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met, Vice Admiral, and Minister of the termined by her marriage contract. For Marine of the Batavian Republic, decorated this time it is agreed, that this dowry be with the Grand Eagle of the Legion of Ho- fixed at the annual sum of 250,000 florins, nour ; Isaac John Alexander Gogel, Mi- which shall be taken from the domains of the nister of the Finances ; John Van Styrum; Crown. After the deduction of this sum, Member of the Assembly of their High | half the remainder of the reverues of the Mightiness ; William Six, Member of the Crown shall be expended in the maintenance Council of State; and Gerard de Brantzen, of the household of the minor King; the Minister Plenipotentiary of the Batavian Re: other half shall defray the expenses of the public to his Imperial and Royal Maj., deco- regency. -VI. The King of Holland shall rated with the Grand Eagle of the Legion of be in perpetuity a Grand Dignitary of the Honours; who, after exchanging their full | Empire, by the title of Constable. The powers, agreed to the following articles:-Art. functions of this high dignity may, never1. His Maj. the Emperor of the French, and theless, be fulfilled, at the pleasure of the King of Italy, both for himself and his heirs Emperor of the French, by a Prince Viceand successors for ever, gnarantees to Hol- Constable, when he shall think proper to land the maintenance of her constitutional create that dignity.-VII. The members of rights, her independence, the integrity of the reigning House in Holland shall remain her possessions in the two worlds, her poli- personally subject to the dispositions of the tical, civil, and religious liberty, as sanctioned constitutional statute of the 30th of March by the laws at present established, and the last, forining the law of the Imperial Family abolition of every privilege in the way of of France. VIII. The offices and employ, impost —II. On the formal demand made ments of the state, other than those connectby their High Mightinesses, representing the ed with the personal service of the King's Batavian Republic, that Prince Louis Na- household; sliall be conferred only on pas poleon be nominated and crowned heredi- tives -IX. The arms of the King sball be tary and constitutional King of Holland, his the ancient arms of Holland, quartered with Maj

. complies with this wish, and authorises the Imperial Eagle of France, and surmoent. Prince Louis Napoleon to accept the crown ed with the Royal Crown.-X. A treaty of of Holland, to be possessed by him and bis commerce shall be immediately concluded legitimate and male desceirdants, in order of between the contracting powers, by virtue primogeniture, to the perpetual exclusion of of which the subjects of Holland shall at all females and their descendants.-In conse- times be treated, in the ports and in the ter quence of this authorisation, the Prince ritory of the French Empire, as the most Louis Napoleon will possess that crown by high favoured nation. His Majesty, the Emthe title of King, and with all the power and all the authority that shall be deter

peror, moreover engages to employ his in

terference with the Barbary Powers, that the mined by. the constitutional laws, which the Dutch flag may be respected by them, as Emperor Napoleon has guaranteed in the well as that of his Majesty the Emperor of preceding article. It is, nevertheless, de- the French.-The ratification of the present creed, that the Crowns of Frapce and Hol- treaty shall be exchanged at Paris in the land shall never be united on the same head. space of ten days.-- Paris, May 24, 1806. -III. The domains of the Crown shall signed Cr. M. TALLEYRAND, CH. HENRY comprize : 1. A palace at the Hague, which VERHUEL, J. J. A. Gogel, John VAN shall be allotted for the residence of the STYRUM, W. Sıx, BRANTSEN. (A correct Royal Family ; 2. The house in the wood; copy.) The Minister of Exterior Relations, 8. The domain of Soestdick ; 4. A revenue Signed CH. M. TALLEYHAND. in funded property of 500,000 forins. The law of the State assigns to the King a farther Proclamation given at Paris, June 5, 1806 annual sum of 1,500,000 florins sterling being the 1st Year of Our Reign. money of Holland, payable one twelfth

Louis Napoleon, by the grace of God and monthly:--IV. In case of minority, the re- the constitutional laws of the state, King of gency belongs by right to the Queen, and if

Holland, to all those who shall see and read there be none the Eniperor of the French, in this, greeting ! Make known to all and every his quality of perpetual Chief of the Imperial

one, that we, with the approbation of his Family, shall nominate the regent of the Majesty the Emperot and King Napoleon, kingdom, who shall be chosen from among our illustrious brother, have accepted and do the Princes of the Royal Family, or, in fai- accept the Royal Dignity of Holland, in conJure of them, from among natives of the formity to the wish of the country, with the country. The minority of Kings shall ter- constitutional laws; and the treaty presented minate on the completion of their 18th us to-day, and the reciprocal ratifications, by year.–V. The Qucen's dowry shall be de- the deputies of the Dutch nation. On our accession to the throne, it shall be our most Grand Pensionary. He likewise enjoys thes sacred care to be alive to the interests of our pre-eminence and the prerogatives hitherto people. It shall be our constant wish to give attached to that dignity. The coin of the them incessant and manifold instances of our state shall bear his naine. Justice shall be love and of our solicitude; to that end administered in his name. He has the right maintaining the liberties of all our subjects, of granting pardon, abolition, or the mitigaand their rights, and continually employing tion of the pains pronounced by judiciary ourselves to their welfare. The indepen- awards; nevertheless, he shall not be authodence of the kingdom is guiaranteed by his rised to exercise this right, but after having Majesty the Emperor and King. The con- heard the members of the national court in stitutional laws, with our firm will, serve no his privy council. 2. Upon the death of less for every one as a pledge to the creditors the King, the office of guardian to the Mis of the state, to personal security, and to li- nor King shall be vested in the Queen Dowberty of conscience. Conformably to this ager; and, in case of her death, in that per: declaration, &c. &c. (Signed) Louis. son who shall be nominated for the purpose On behalf of the King, VERHEUL.

by the Emperor of the French, &c. &c. THE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.

OF THE LAW. 1. The law is established General dispositions.-Art. I. The con- in Holland by the concurrence of the legis, stitutional laws actually in force, especially lative body, formed of the asseinbly of their the constitution of 1805, as the civil, politi- high mightinesses, and by the King. The cal, and religious laws, the exercise of which legislative corps is composed of 38 members, is conformable to the regulations of the elected for five years, and nominated as foltreaty concludedMay 24 of this year, shall lows: for the Department of Holland, 17 be preserved inviolate, with the exception of members; Guelderland, 4; Brabant, 4; those only which shall be abolished by the Frjesťand, 4; Overyssel, 3; Zealand, 2 ; present constitutional laws. 2. The admi- | Groningen, 2; Utrecht, 2; Drenthe, 1. nistration of the Dutch colonies is regulated But the number of their high mightinesses by particular laws, and the expenses of the may be augmented by a law, in case of ag. colonies shall be estimated as a part of the grandizement of territory. 2. To complete revenues of the state. 3. The public debt is the number of members authorised by the guaranteed by the present laws. 4. The foregoing article, their high mightinesses. Dutch language shall continue to be employ- shall present to his Majesty a list of two caned exclusiyely in the laws, the publications, didates for each of the vacant places. The ordonnances, urdgments, and all public acts, King shall make the election out of the canwithout distinction. 5. There shall be no didates proposed. 3. The present Grand changes made in the name or the value of the Pensionáry shall take the title of President of current coin, unless it shall be authorised by their High Mightinesses, and exercise his a particular law. 6. The ancient colours of function in this quality during life. The the state sha!l be preserved. 7. The coun- choice of his successor shall take place in the cil of state shall be composed of thirteen manner determined by the constitution of members. The ministers shall hold their 1805. 4. The legislative body shall chuse a rank, their sitting, and their votes of delibe- recorder out of its own body, by a plurality ration, in the said council.

of votes, '5. The legislative corps shall asOf Religion.}-1. The King and the law semble in ordinary twice in the year, yiz. grant equal protection to all religions which from the 15th of April to the 1st of June, are professed in the state. By their autho- and from the 15th of Nov.to the 15th of Jan. rity every thing necessary for the organiza. On the 15th of Nov, a fifth of the oldest tion, the protection, and the exercise of every members shall go out from the body. The kind of worship is to be confiped to the in- first members shall go out on the 15th of terior of the churches belonging to the dif- Nov. 1807. Such members, notwithstandferent communions. 2. The King shall en- ing, may be re-elected. joy the public exercise of his religion in his OF JUDICIARY POWER.-1. The judiciary Palace, and in every other place where he institutions shall be preserved in the mode shall reside.

they have been established by the constituOF THE KING. 1. The King shall have, tion of 1805. 2. Relative to the judiciary exclusively and without restriction, the com- power, the King shall exercise all the rights plete exercise of the government, and all the and all the aụthority yested in the Grand power necessary to secure the execution of Pensionary by virtue of the constitution of The laws, and to cause them to be respected. 1805. 3. Every thing that relates to the He has the nomination to all the charges exercise of military criininal justice, shal? and offices, civil and military, which, accord- be separately regulated 9, an ulterio lay: ing to anterior laws, were vested in the

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IN DE X.

372

416

A.
A. B.; on the New Ministerial Appointments, 242
A, B.; on the Property Tax, 755
Additional Force Bill; Berkshire Meeting for the

repeal of, 110
Address to the People of England, I
Afairs' of India, 171, 197, 205, 237, 303, 330, 368,
406, 460, 530, 545, 609, 641, 686, 724, 810, 840,

1. S. W. on the, 600

; A. I. on, 693
A. I.; on India Affairs, 93
Aineriça; Message of the Presideot to the Senate

of the U. States of, 135
American Finance; official Report of the State

of, 245
Anglo Hibernicus; on the Condition of the People

Clergy; X. Y. on the Character aad Conduct of
the, 466
Non Residence; M. N. on, 593

Philo-ecclesias' on, 937
Residence Act; S:nex's Lerier lo Mr.
Windham on the, 422
Cobbete, Mr.; hais Address to the People of Eng.'
land, I.

his Plan for forming an Eficient
and Permanent Army, 385

his First Letter to the Electors of
Westminster, 673

his First Letter to the Electors of
Honiton, 769. Second Letter, 833
Colonial Service; Tamerlane on, 670, 752
Commissioners of Accounts; on, 705, 890

Custos or, 933
Consequences of the lace Campaign; Camilius on

the, 336
Constant Reader, A.; on Mr. Cobbetts Military

Plan, 508
Continental War; 22, 58, 127
Cornelius; on the Fate of the Funds, 188
Cornwallis, Marquis; on the Death of, 147, 160 .
Country Banks; A Farmer on, 417

of Ireland. Letter I. 470. I.etier II. 824
Appointments in India; on the, 244
Aristarchus; on the Army, 633
Army; on the present state of the, 201, 234

Mr. Cobbett's Plan for the forming an
Efficient and Permanent, 383

Major Cartwright on ihe State of the, 460
Richard on the. Letter I. 412. Letter II.
Publius on the, 570

Aristarchus on the, 633
Assessed Taxes; Probus on the, 925

X, X, on the, 942
A. 2.; on the Fate of the Funds, 212

B.
Bankruptcies; number of from Dec. to May 1000
Barrack Office; Abuses in, 673, 712, 897
Belisarius; on Mr. Cobbeii's Military Plan, 505

on Military Peosions, 416
Berkshire Meeting for the Repeal ot the Addition-

al Force Bill, 110
Brewing Tax; on the, 819, 865
Brewing and Income Taxes ; Ao Englishman on

the, 850
Brewing lar; A Friend to the Government on
the, 853

W. D, on the, 939
Britannicus; on the Property or Income Tax.
Letter 1. 575. Letter 11. 831

on an Hanoverian War, 667
Rritannus; on the Fate of the Funds, 420
Budget; on the, 481
Bulletin; Thinieth' official, of the Grand French

Army, 22. Thirty-first, $8.Thirty-second,
63. Thirty-third, 64. Thirty-fourth, lith,
sixth, and sevenih, 127

C.
Camillus; on the Defence of the Kingdom, 181

on the Consequences of the late Cam-
paign, 336
Cartwright, Major; on the State of the Army, 460

on Mr, Cobbelt's "Milway

on Mr. Windham's Military
Plan, 73!
C. B.; on the Effect of the Funds, 185
Chaplain's, Royal, 360
Christenings and Burials from Dec. to May 1000
Church Affairs; on, 648
Ciericus; on Fund Dealing Clergymen, 217

A Country Tradesman on,
C. S.; on the Sinking Fuod, 376

on the Property Tax and Sinking Fund, 585
on the Slave Brade Bill, 662

on the Property Tax and Freedom of Trade
813
Custos; on Commissioners of Accoubts, 933

D.
D.; on the Income Tax, 848
Davison, Mr.; A. B. on his Appointment to the

Treasurership of the Ordnance, 243
Debtors, Insolvent; on, 625
Decius; on India Affairs, 845
Detence of che Kingdom; Camillus on the 181
D. N.; on the Fate of the Funds, 47
Domestic Official Papers, 141, 157, 158, 223, 3445
885, 947

F.
Plection Treating Pill; W. B. on the, 591
Ellenborough Lord; on his Appointment to a seat
in the Cabinet, 193, 242, 32?

R. T. on his Appointment, 856
E. N.; 09 thic Full of the Funds, 820
Englishmar, An; on the Income and Brewing
Taxcs, 833

on the Condition of the People of
Jreland, 54?
Epigram; a Greek one imitated, 913

F.
Farmer, A.; on Country Bauk«, 419,
Financial Abuses; Verar's Elevcutta Letter, on

che Reform 0, 929
Fordyce, Mr.; Case of, 563
Foreign Official Papera, 135, 156, 221, 245, 4294

375, 544, 603, 763
Fuod Derling Clergymen; Clericus on, 217
Funds; Fate of the, 97, 145, 225, 294, 375

A. 2. on the Fate of the, 211
Britannus on the Fate of the, 420
C. B. on the Effect of the, 185
Cornelius on the Fate of the, 188
PN. on the i'ass of whs, 47

Plan, 497

Funds; E. N. on the Fate of the, 820

1. T. on the Fate of the, 331
- Mr. Scott Waring, on the Fate of the, 380

G.
Grenville, Lord; on his retention of the Auditore
ship of the Exchequer, 1959241, 314

H.
Hanovcian War; Britannicus on a, 667
H.C.'s Letter to a Volunteer, 745
Honiton; Mr. Cobbeti's First Letter to the Elec-

tors of, 769. His Second Letter, 833
Honiton Elcciion ; Proceedings at the 877, 968

1.
Income Tar; on the, 719,808, 838

D. on the, 848

or An Oppressed Woman on the, 811
Income and Brewing Taxes! An Englishman on

the, & go
India Affairs; 171, 197, 205, 237, 303, 330, 368,
406, 460, 530, 545, 609, 641, 686, 724, 810, 840,
872

A. l. on, 693
Decius on, 845

I, S, W, on the, 600
India ; Appointments in, 244

Regulations respecting the Press in, 374
kscland; Anglo Hibernicus on the Condition of
the People of, Letter 1.470. Later II, 824

An Englishman's Letter on ths Condition
of the People of, 542
Iron Tax; on the, 716
J. S. W.; on the Affairs of India, 600
1. T.; 'on the Sinking Fund, 121
1. T.; on the Fate of the Funds, 331

K.
King's Specch, on the Meeting of Parliament, 153

L,
Letter from D. N.; on the Fate of the Funds, 47

from Senex; on the Slave Trade, 65
from N.O.; on Lord Nelson's Romains,79

from I.T.; on the Sinking Fund, 121
- from T. F.; on Lloyd's Fund, 125

from the Archduke John to the States of
the Tyrol, 126

Circular, from Lord Hawkesbury to the
Lords Lieutenant of Counties, 157

Letter from A Farmer; on Country Banks, 417

on Lord Melville's Grants, 419

from Britannus; on the Fate of the Funds,
420

from Senex; on the Clergy Non-Residence
Act, 422

from Major Cartwright; on the Army, 462
from X, Y.; on the Clergy, 466

from Anglo-Hibernicus ; on the Coodition
of the People of Ireland. Letter 1. 470. Letter
II, 824

from Major Cartwright ; on Mr. Cobbett's
Military Plan, 497

from the Emperor Napoleon to the French
Senate, on the Marriage of Prince Eugene, 158

from Camillus ; on the Defence of ihe
Kingdom, 181
- from C. B.; on the Effect of the Funds, 185

from Cornelius; on the Fate of the Funds,
188

from the Emperor Napoleon to the French ,
Senate, 191

from A.Z ; on the Fate of the Funds, 212

from Clericus; do Fund Dealing Clergy-
men, 217

from A West Iodian ; on the Case of the
West India Planters, 218

from A. B.; on the New Appointmenis,
242

from An Humble Patriots on Military
Manauvres, 249

from 1. T.; on the Fate of the Funds, 331

from Camillus; on the Consequences of the
late Campaign, 336

from c. s.; on the Sinking Fund, 376
- from Mr. Scott Watings on the Fate of the
Funds, 380

from Richards on the Army, 412
from Belisariusį op Military Pensions, 416

from A Couotsy Traderman ; on Country
Banks, 416

from Belisarius; on Mr. Cobbert's Milie
tary Plan, 509

from A Constant Reader; on Mr. Coby
bett's Military Plan, 508

from T.C. P.; on Mr. Cobbete's Military
Plan, 510.

from Richard; on the Army, 534

from Miles; on Mr, Wiodham's Military
Plan, 538
o from A Whig; on Panties, $40

from An Englishman ; on the Condition of
the People of Ireland, 542

** from A Country Gentleman and Volunteer
Officer; on tbe Volunteers, 369

from Publius; on the Army, 570

from Britannicus; on the Property or la.
come Tax. Letter 1. 575. Letter 11.831, 862

from Sinex; on National Economy, 580
froin W. S.; on the War Taxes, 584

from C. S.; on the Property Tax and
Sinking Fụnd, 585

from M. N.; on Clergy Non Residence, 593

from W. B.; on the Election Treating Bill,
597

from I. S, W.; on the Affairs of India, 600
from W.C.; on I loyd's Fund, 602

from Pro Legibus et Libertate; on Yolun
teer Rank, 627

from R. W.; on Paper Currency, 631
from Aristarchus ; on the Army, 633
from C, S.; on the Slave Trade Bill, 662

from Miles; on Mr. Windham's Military
Plan, 666

from Britannicuss on the Hanoverian
War, 667

from Tamerlane; on Color:ial Service, 670
- from Mr. Çobbett, to the Electors of
Westminster. Letter I. 673

from W. W.; on the Slave Trade Bill, 688
from A. l.; on India Affairs, 693

from Lex; on the Property Tax, 729
- from Major Cartwright ; on Mr. Wind.
ham's Military Plan, 731

from H, C.; to a Voluoteer, 746

from A Noribera Freeholder; on the Pro
perty Tax, 750

from A. B,; on the Property Tax, 755.

from Mr. Col»bett to the Electors of Honi.
ton. Letter I. 769. Letter II. 833.

- from An Oppressed Woman, on the In-
comc Tax, 812

- from c. S.; on the Property Tax and
Freedom of Trade, 813,

from D, N.; on the Fate of the Funds, 820
from Decius ; on India Affairs, 845
from D. ; on the Income Tax, 848

from An Englishman ; on the Income and
Brewing Tax, 850

from A Friend to the Government; onghe
Brewing Tax, 853

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