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CONTENTS OF VOL. XIX.
An Act to provide for the administration of
the Congress, relative to the foreign negotiations, illness, 371, 404.
Proclaination of President Madison, on taking Prince Regent and Mr. Perceval, on his royal
service the present Ministers, 431.
of France, 433, 474, 544, 573.
of Commons, (6 March 1811) 626.
Copy of the Bank notice, fixing, at five shil.
Resolutions proposed by Mr. Horner, on the
Amendinents on the Resolutions, 1145.
Address presented to the Prince Regent, from
Proceedings in the City Common Council, on
Reform, 1293, 1423.
of the Empire, 54.
the Queen, to the deputations from the two Documents relative to Lord Lauderdale's ne.
Letter to the President of the Council of
rican commerce, 85.
the subject of a maritime conscription, 91.
Senate, on the subject of the annexation of Hol.
List of Sheriffs appointed, for 1811, by the Report of the Minister of War, on the con.
scription of 1811, 180.
Decree relative to commerce at Frankfort, Dispatches from the same, narrating his Ope
Maritime force ai the Isle of France, 221, 247. the advance of General Beresford's Army, and
Extract from the Moniteur, relating to the the recovery of Campo Mayor from the enemy,
Regent's speech to the House of Lords, 660.
Dispatches from Lord Wellington, giving an
Report of a plut respecting Belleisle, 1119. Dispatch from Lord Wellington, stating the
an account of the Surrender of Olivenza, ihe po-
compliment addressed, by the Portuguese Go-
vernment, to Lord Wellington and Marshal
account of the Battle of Fuentes de Honor, and
and French `Arinies, up to the 10th of May,
tugal and Spain, allowing each Government to sian ports, 991.
to the French, 1494.
Decree of the Cortes, offering pardon to dea
honour of George III, 190.
while he remaius in captivity, nor will the Spa-
cuate the kingdom, 413.
Stuart, Esc. stating the retreat of the French State of the French Armies in Spain ; and ac-
English account of the Battle of Barrosa, 761,
French accounts of the Battle of Barrosa, 922,
dispute relative to the conduct of the Spaniards
neral in the Battle of Barrosa, 1166.
Vetes of the Moniteur, on the account of the
French official intelligence from the Armies,
Dispatch from Charles Stuart, Esq. announc-
Vers from tije Armies in Spain, published at
Dispatches from Lord Wellington, enclosing
General Castanos's account of the Battle of Al-
latercepted French Letter from General Gazan
Dispatch from Lord Wellington, giving an ac-
French official intelligence from the Armies in
SPANISH AMERICA.-Declaration of independence,
on the part of the inhabitants of West Fiorida,
Letter from the Viceroy of Mexico, to the
Proclamation against the rebels, 412.
Temporary resignation of the King, 989.
Debate, in the House of Commons, 12th June,
Debate, in the House of Coinmons, upon a
Debate, in the House of Commons, on the mo-
Speeches of Lords Holland, Ellenborough,
Speech of Lord Folkestone, and answer of Sir
Debate, on Lord A. Hamilton's motion, rela.
The Englishman's Right: a dialogue between
Letter, addressed to Lord Holland, on the Li-
Trial of Mr. Roger O'Connor, for an assault,
Celebration of the anniversary of Mr. Pitt's
Debate, in the House of Commons, on the re-
Debate, in the House of Coinmons, on the
Letter, from Mr. Hoare, to the Governor, &c.
Aphorisms relative to Currency. By Sir R.
light Gold against Heavy Gold. From th:
Account of the proceedings of the Protestant
Debate, on Loud Cochrane's motion fur papers
Resolutions of the Weat lola mercbants, on
Resolutions and l'etition of the Corn-g owers
Protest of the Larianolders of England, against
Speech of Mr. Perceval, on moving the
SELECTIONS FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS.
Account of the Installation of the Prince Re-
Letter from Sir John Wrottesley to the Editor
Answer of Mr. Wolsely, addressed to the
Letter from Mr. Hunt, to the independent
Statement of accounts in which Mr. S. Brookes
Address to the People of Great Britain, from
Copy of the Petition, praying a Reform in
Debate in the House of the Cominons, on the
Mr. Lemaitre's Petition to the House of Com-
Report of proceedings, in the trial of an ac-
Report of the proceedings, in the Court of
Debate, in the House of Commons, on pre-
Trial, in the Court of King's Bench, of the
Report of the trial of Mr. Drakard, at Lincoln,
PARLIAMENTARY RBFORM.-Letter from Mr. Horner,
in reply to Mr. Tiunt's Letter to the Freeholders
of a Dreamer, 1482.
tu the Marquis of Tavistock, from Mae
(second) to the same, from the rame,