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Letter IV. from Mr. Cobbett to Mr. Sheridan, Letter from an Enemy to Quacks, on the deficiencies
385.

of arms in G. Britain, 647.
from Dictator, on the influence exercised

from A. Z. on the defenceless state of Nor-
by the ministry a: elections, 397.

folk, and the northern district, 649.
from Mr. Jobo Sargent, one of the Secre- from a late Captain in the Army, on the
taries of the Treasury, to Mr. Pellatt, 399.

utility of rifle corps, and the defects in the mi-
from Mr. Yorke to the Lords Lieutenants litary system of G. Britain, 650.
of Counties, relative to arms for the volunteers,

from Hibernicus, on the affairs of Ireland,
401.

the conduct of Lord Hardwicks, and of Gen.
from Mr. Yorke to the Lords Lieutenants Fox, 654.
of Counties, respecting the establishments of from Miguel Larrea, Esq. Spanish Consul
the volunteers, 402.

at London, relative to the report of an embargo
V. from Mr. Cobbett to Mr. Sheridan, 4:7. on Spanish vessels, 659.1
- from Anjou to the Editor, on the pernici-

from M. Talleyrand to the American Mi..
ous influence of the commercial and funding nister at Paris, relative to the decree respecting
system, 432.

British merchandizes, 660.
from Academicus to the Editor, on the im-

from Admiral Bruix to the Minister of Man
morality and impiety of Mt. Sheridan's play of rine, relative to the national flotilla at Boulogne,
Pizarro, 436.

663.
from-a Nearer Observer to the Right Hon. from R. S. or the necessity of the volun-
Heory Addington, relative to the weakness of teers being examined by a surgeon, 673.
the ministry, 449.

from A. B. on the inferiority of the volun-
from Vindex to the Editor, relative to the ceers to soldiers, 674.
insurrection in Dublin, 458.

from Anti-Charlatan, on the consecration
from Monsieur, brother of the King of of the colours of the volunteers, 676.
France, to the King of England, tendering the from Cambricus, defending the character of
services of the French princes during the war, the late Lord Kenyon from a supposed attack
459.

of Juverna, 677
from Colonel Barbut, relative to the war II. from Mr. Cobbett to the Right Hon.
against the King of Candy, in Ceylon, 460.

Lord Folkestone, 689.
from Gen. Macdowall, relative to the war VIII, from Mr. Cobbett to Mr. Sheridan,
against the King of Candy, in Ceylon, 460.

705.
from the American Consul ar Paris, icla-

from Buonaparté to his brother, 714.
rive to American claims on the French govern-

from Philo-Patriæ, on the disorders among
ment, 461.

the Oxford loyal volunteers, 717.
from Gen. Victor, to the Minister at War, IX. fron Mc. Cobbett to Mr. Sheridan,
on the invasion, 462.

737.
circular, from the managers of Lloyd's from Andrew Marvel, on the defenceless
fund, 471:

state of Hull and its environs, 746.
sent by the Bishop of Durham, for promot-

1. from a Continental Observer, on the ad.
ing the fund at Lloyd's, 476.

vantages England will derive from the restora.
VI. from Mr. Cobbett to Mr. Sheridan, tion of Louis XVIII. 769.
481.

11. from a Continental Observer, on the
from Mr. Yorke to the Lords Lieutenants feasibility of the restoration of Louis XVIII.
of Counties, relative to the yeomanry and vo- 774.
lunteer corpo, 494.

IV. from Juverna, on the affairs of Ireland,
written by order of the Lords Lientenants 801.
of Counties, relative to the suspension of the JII. from a Continental Observer, inquiring
ballots for the militia and army of reserve, so

whether G. Britain will attempt the restoration
far as concerns the volunteers, 494.

of Louis XVUL. and whether the continental
from the Attorney and Solicitor Generals powers would interfere, 812.
to Mr. Yorke, relative to the exemptions claim-

from Marcellus, on the utility of cavalry,
ed by the volunteers, 498.

and on the neglect of recruiting them in Enge
from Velites to the Editor, on the defence land, 818.
of the country, 513.

from Col. F. P. Robinson, in reply to the
from a beneficed Clergyman to the Editor, remarks of Marcellus, 833.
commenting on a letter circulated by order of from Lord Kenyon, expressing his satisfac-
the Society for the Suppression of Vice, 528. tion at the explanation given by Juverna, of

from Juverna to the Editor, on the affairs his remarks on the late Lord K. 833,
of Ireland, 545.

from Mentor on the volunteer committees,
VII. from Mr. Cobbett to Mr. Sheridan, 835.
577.

IV. from a Continental Observer, on the
introductory, from Juverna, on the affairs principles on which the restoration of Louis
of Ireland, 586.

XVIII. should be established, 865.
from Capt. Malbon, relative to the capture from Heart of Oak, on the impracticability
of St. Pierre and Miquelon, 596.

of invasion, 871.
from Vice-Adiniral Gambier, relative to -- from a Frecholder, on the necessity of una.
the capture of St. Pierre and Miquelon, 596. nimity among great statesmen, 876.

lil. from Juverna, on the affairs of Ireland, from Sir Digby Mackworth, defending the
609.

Oxford volunteers from Philo-Patria, 878.
1. from Mr. Cobbett to the Right Hon. Lord from Philo-Patriæ to Sir Digby Mack.
Folkestone, 623.

worth, relative to the Oxford volunteers, 915.
from Virginius on the state and purchase from Hibernicus, on the defenceless state
of military commissions, 641.

of Wales, and the neighbouring countics, 931.

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Let er from Lord Hawkesbury to Baron Silversh-

jelm, prohibiting of neutral vessels from coun-

tries occupied by the French, 941.
- from Lord Hawkesbury to Count Jarlsburg,
relative to the prohibition of neutrals from
countries occupiet by the French, from enter-
ing the ports of the Channel, 942.
- V. from Javerna, on the affairs of Ireland,
961.

from an Independent Irish Peer, relative
to the Dublio paragraph about tjen. Fox, 964.

from Miles, on the committee of the Blooms-
bury corps of volunteers, 965

from Peter Quill on the liberty of the press,
967. .

V. from a Continental Observer, on the
conduct to be pursued towards the people of
France, on the restoration of Louis XVIII.
975.
Liberty of the press, letter from Peter Quill, cu-

rate of Bray on the 967.
Light troops, utility of, 514.
List of the acts passed during the session of Par.

liament, from Nov. 22 to Dec. 20, 1803.
Ligurian, Republic, reprisals against the, granted

by G. Britain, 270.
Liverpool, debates relative to the fortification of,

1578.
Livingston, Mr. American Ambassador at Paris,

letter from M. Talleyrand to, relative to the de-
crec respecting British merchandizes, 660.
Lloyd's, the voluntary subscription opened at,

Hobart to the, relative to arms for the volun.

teer corps, 342.
Lords Lieutenants of Counties, letter from Mr.

Yorke to the, respectiog arms for the volun.
teers, 401.

of Counties, letter from Mr.
Yorke to the, respecting the establishments of
the volunteers, 402.

of Counties, letter from Mr.
Yorke to the, relative to the ycomanry and ro-

lunteer corps, 494;
Lords, H. of, remarks on a debate in the, on the

restriction on the Bank, 859.
Louis XVIII, the restoration of, advantageous to
England, 74, 99.

restoration of, advantageous to
France, 75, 99.

Inquisitor's 4th letter, recommcod.
ing the restoration of, 97.

proposal mde to, by Buonaparte
for the renunciation of the throne, 142.

necessity of the attempt to restore
him, being openly and explicitly avowed. 162.

observations on his rejection of
Buonaparte's proposal that he should renounce
the throne, 170.

restoration of, necessary for Great
Britain, 377.

letter II. from a Continental Obser.
ver, on the seasibility of the restoration of,
774.

letter I, from a Continental Obser.
ver, on the advantages to be derived by Eng.
land, from the restoration of, 769

letter 1II. from a Conrinental Obe
server, inquiring whether G. Britain will at-
tempt the restoration of, and whether the pow.
ers of the Continent will interfere, $12.

letter IV. from a Continental Ob.
server, on the principles upon which the resto-
ration of, should be established, 863.

letter V. from a Continental Ob-
server, on the conduct to be pursued towards
the people of France on the restoration of,

975
Lottery bill, debate on the, 1043-
Louisiana, papers relative to, 319.

-. terms of the cession pf, 320.

-- proclamation of the agenis of the King
of Spain for surrendering it, to France, 664.

treaty between the l'pite! States of
America and the French Republic for, 880.

convention between France and Amc.
rica, settling the terms of purchase of, 883.

the Spaniards refuse to surrender, 919.

account of, laid hefore the American
Congress, by the President of the U. States,

1910.
Lucca, the republic of, prohibits the introduction

of English merchandise, 174.

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fund at, letter from Annibal on the, 353.

observations on, 281, 415.

the managers circulate their papers
franked by Mr. Freeling, 448.

circular letier from the managers
of, 471.

observations on the proceedings of
the Bishop of Durham, relative to, 476.

observations on the small number
of late subscriptions to, 607.
London, note relative to the fortification of, 146.

remarks on the plan for fortifying, 158,
186.

a corps of constables raised in, 685.
news-printers, baseness of the, 705.

additional force, motion relative to the,
1060, 1071.

port of, debate relative to the, 1210.
Lord Chief Baron, speech of the, at the Edin-
burgh meeting, 559.

resolutions proposed by the,
at the Edinburgh meeting, relative to the un-

protected state of Scotland, 589.
Lords Lieutenants of Counties, letter from Lord

Hobart to the, relative to the general arming
act, 203.

of Counties, letter from Lord
Hobart to the, relative to the allowances to be
granted to the volunteer corps, 256

of Counties, plan of a volunteer
naval armament transmitted by Lord Hobart to
the, 271.

of Counties, letter from Lord
Hobart to the, relative to the general arming
bill, and volunteer corps, 271.

of Counties, letter from the
Speaker of the House of Commons to ihe, en.
closing the vote of thanks to the volunteer
corps, 341.

of Counties, letter from Lord

M.
Macdowall, Gen. letter from, relative to the war

against the King of Candy, in Ceylon, 460.
Mackworth, Sir Digby, letter from, ia defence of
the Oxford volunteers, 878.

Sir Digby, letter from Pbilo-Patriz
to, relative to the Oxford volunteers, 915.
Magistrates indemnity bill, debates on, 1019.
Malaga, epidemic prevailing at, 682.
Malbon, Capt. letter from, relative to the capture

of St. Pieric and Miquelon, 596.

times, 324•

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Malt and distilleries, Irish, debates on, 1900,

1034.
Malta not the only object of the war, 15.

installation of the grand master of the
knights of, 250.

remarks on the policy of Russia, respect-
ing, 409.
Manifesto of the Irish rebels, 1945.
Manual de Baludo, letter from, to Governor-Ge-

neral of Louisiana to the Governor of the Mis.
sissippi territory, relative to the restorati of

the deposit at N. Orleans, 320.
Marvel, Andrew, letter from, on the defenceless

state of Hull and its vic:nity, 746.
Marcellus, letter from, on the utility of cavalry,

and on the neglect of recruiting them in Eng-
land, 8.8.
Maria Louisa, infanta of Spain; and regent of

Etruria, proclamation of, 18:
Marines, on the reduction of the pay of, 86.
Marsden, Mr. censures on the conduct of, during

the insurrection in Dublin, 548.
Martial law, remarks on the introduction of in
Ireland, 848.

debates relative to the introduction
of in Ireland, 1290, 1599; 1609, 1659, 1760.
Martinique and St. Lucia, decree of the govern

ment of, relative to the duties of export and
import, 438.
Meadowbank, Lord, speech of, at the Edinburgh
meeting, 555;

Lord, resolutions proposed by, at
the Edinburgh meeting, relative to the unpro-

tected state of Scotland, 587.
Mecklenburgh, the Duke of, enters Wismar, 464.
Mediterranean, conduct of Earl St. Vincent in the,

in 1798, 43.
Mentor, letter from, on the volunteer committees,

835
Message from his Majesty, relative to the indem-
nification of the house of Orange, 150.

relative to the rebel-
lion in Ireland, 1292.

from the President of the United States
to the American Congress on the 17th of Octo-

ber, 887.
Middlescı, address of the county of, to the King,

178.
Miles, letter from, on the committee of the

Bloomsbury.corps of volunteers, 965.
Military intelligence, 20, 83, 112, 175, 208, 252,

275, 345, 364, 407, 442, 468, 504, 564, 601, 620,
686, 720, 757, 782,895, 945.

operations in Hanover, 20, 83, 112, 175,
208, 252, 275, 345, 364, 442, 504,564, 620, 783,

Batavia, 20, 209, 252, 276,
345, 365, 442, 468, 504, 565, 601, 620, 686,
895.

Italy, 21, 84, 112, 209,
252, 275, 345, 364, 443, 468, 505, 565,621, 758,
783, 895.

France, 196, 345,442, 468,
504, 565, 601, 621, 686, 737, 783,895, 945.

G. Britain, 407, 443, 469,
505, 601, 687, 721, 758, 895.

conscript bill, observations on the, 30.

operations of G. Britain, plan for the;
-39.

council, minority in the H. of Commons,
on the motion for, 175.

council, observations on Mr. For's mo.
tion for, 191.

operations in India, 152,463.
VOL. IV.

Military force of G. Britain, remarks on the stale
of, 298.

appointments and promotions, letter from
A. B. to the Earl of Suffolk, on the partiality
pursued in the, 310.

council, conduct of Ms. Sheridan in par-
liament, on the proposal for appointing a, 485.

system of G. Britain, observations on
the, 514.

- appointments, remarks on the chief, in
Scotland and Ireland, 574.

commissions, lerier from Virginius on
the sale and purchase of, 641.

council, debates on a motion for, 1379.
a system of G. Britain, letoer from a láce
captain in the army on the, 650.
Militia relief bill, debates on the, 1000, 1029.

surgeons, motion relative to, 1035.
Minority in the House of Commons, on the mo-

tion for a military council, 175.
Ministers, Mr.Sheridan's opinions of the, at different

negligence of the, remarks on the, 5650
necessity for a change of, 535..

changes in the state and condition of
G. Britain, since tbe accession of the present,
538.

- the late, time, manner and occasion of
their quitting their offices, 836.
Minto, the Rt. Hon. Lord, speech of, at a meeting

of the County of Roxburgh, on moving an ad-

dress to his Majesty on the war, 519.
Miquelon and St. Pierre, letters from Vice Admi-

ral Gambier, and Capt. Malbon, relative to the
capture of, 596.
Moira, lord, remarks on the appointment of, 413.
Monsieur, letter from, to the King of England,

tendertng the services of the French princes

during the war, 459.
Moniteur, extract from the, on the blockade of the
Elbe, 105.

semarks taken from the, on the late con.
vention between G. Britain and Sweden, and the
explanatory convention between G. Britain and

Russia, 678.
Morals, the state of, in Paris, 563.
Morning-Post, extract from the, on the invasion,
60.

remarks on an article in the relas
tive to the appointments of the Prince of Wales,

remarks on an article in the, against
an offensive system of warfare, 370.
Morocco, hustilities between the United States
and, 562.

peace between the United States of Ame-
rica, and,,719.
Mortier, General, note presented by him to the se-
nate of Breinen, relative to English property,
&c. in that city, 19.

explanatory note of, to the senate
of Bremen, relative to English ships, property,
and subjects, 80.

letter from to Buonaparté, an.
nouncing the capiculation of the Hanoverian

366.

army, 108.

letter from, to Martial Count
Walmoden, announcing the re.commencement
of boscilities between th: French and Hanove-
rian armies, 108.

capitulation of the Hanoverian
arıny signed by, and Marshal Count Walmouta,
109.

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Mortier, General, letter from to the French mi- dress proposed to be presented to his Majesty

nister of war, relative to the arms, &c. taken in hy, 360.
! Hanover, 213.

Norfolk, letter from A. Z. on the defenctless state
Munroe, Mr. the American ambassador, presented, of, 649.
251.

Northern district, letter from A.Z.on the defence.
Murat, Gen. address of the troops under, to Buo- less state of, 649.
naparté, 461.

powers, observations on the policy oi,
N.

445.

lights, debates relative to che, 1203.
Naples, the King of declares his neutrality during Note, presented by Gaodolphe, French chargé
the war, 82.

d'affaires to the Landamman of the Helvetian
Naval intelligence, 21, 84, 112, 177, 209, 253, 276, republic, relative to the causes of the war bc-

346, 365, 408, 443, 469, 505, 565, 601, 622, 687, tween France and England, 17.
722, 759, 784, 896, 945.

presented by the French General Mortier, to
captures, 21, 84, 177, 209, 253, 276, 346, 365, the senate of Bremen, requesting them to ceae
408, 444, 470, 506, 363, 602, 622, 688,722, 786, fiscale English property, and arrest English otl-
896, 946.

cers, &c. in that city, 19.
expedition, to St. Domingo, observations on --- explanatory of Gen. Mortier, to the senate of
the French, 36.

Bremen, respecting the embargo on English ves-
force of G. Britain, distribution of the, 1-7. sels, the arrest of English subjects, and the cos.
teniende force of G. Britain, remarks on the state of, fiscation of English property at that ciiy, 80.
298.

from Lieut. Gen. Lord Cathcart, to tbc Mar.
preparations in France, 233, 408, 443, 470, quis of Titchfield, relative to the fortification of
506,622, 688, 783,895, 945.

London, 146.
preparations in Batavia, 253, 470, 505, 622, -- of the editor on the letter to the Earl of Sul,
,!.687,759,785, 945.

folk, from A. B. 341.
armament, volunteer, plan of, for the protec- presented to the foreign ministers at Cose
justion of the coast, transmitted to the lords licute- stantinople, declaring the neutrality of the
nant of counties, 2719

Porte, 680.
inquiry, motion relative to, 1669.

Notice of the blockade of the Elbe, by G. Britain;
Navy, men impressed for the service of the, 20, 8o.

of G. Britain, situation of, at the conclusion of the blockade of the Weser, by G. Britain,
of the peace, 34.

171.
Mr. Cobbett frees himself from the charge of of the blockade of Genoa and Spezzia, by
having endeavoured to excite a mutiny in the,

G. Britain, 245.
.232.

of the blockade of Havre de Grace, by G.
regulations, bill relative to, 1061,

Britain, 359.
debates on a petition relative to the abuses of the goverement of St. Domingo, relative
in the, 1354.

to the bills drawn on France, 439.
Nearer Observer, letcr from a, to the Rt. Hon.

Henry Addington on the weakness of the mi-

Distry, 4496
Negligence of the ministers, remarks on the, 565. Oats distillation bill, debates on the, 1607.
Negotiations, between France and England, con- Observator, letter from, on the objects of the war,
duct of the, 12.

- and on the principles upon which it should be
Neutral vessels prohibited from entering the ports conducted, 328.

of the Channel, from countries occupied by the Observer, letter from A Nearer, to the Rt. Hona
Ficach, 941.

Henry Addington, on the weakness of the mi.
vessels, explanation of the prohibition of,

nistry, 449
from countries occupied by the French, 942.,

A Continental, letter I. from, on the ad-
vessels, observation on the measures adopt. vantages England will derive from the restoras
ied relative to, 955.

tion of Louis XVIII. 769.
Neutrality of Naples declared, 82.

letter 11. from, on the feasibility of the
of the republic of Seven Islands, de restoration of Louis XVIII. 769.
clared, 25).

letter III, from, inquiring whether G.
of Portugal, declaration of the, 560. Britain will attempt the restoration of Louis

of the Sublime Porte, note presented to XVIII. and whether the powers of the Contiacat
the foreign ministers, declaring the, 680.,

will interfere, 812.
New Orleans, the right ot deposit at, restored to

IV. on the principles on which the resta:
the Americans, 319.

ration of Louis XVIII. should be established,
and ide Floridas, report of a secret 865.
committee of the American congress, on the poo

letter V. from, on the conduct to be pur.
licy of obtaining, 1905.

sued towards the people of France on the resto-
Newspapers, necessity of stopping them, in case ration of Louis XVI11.975.
of the landing of a French arnıy, 549.

Offensive war, remarks on an article in the Morn-
· conduct of the London, 530.

ing Posi against, 379.
- baseness of the London, 705.

Officers of the battalions of the army of reserve,
- the American, extracts from, on the and the second battalions of the line, ordered to
state of parties in England, 747.

join their regiments, 562.
Yew York, yellow fever in, 618.

Official papers, domestic, 146, 171, 203. 247,271,
order of council, relative to the yellow 341, 360,401, 439,462, 494, 531, 561, 596, 006,
fever at, 666,

foreigo, 203, 400, 400, 493, 360,
Noulomcn of licland, the Catholic, copy of an ad- 600, 887, 982.

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Orange, House of, message to Parliament relative | Paper relative to the conquest of Hanover, 106.
to the indemnification of the, 150.

distributed from the Churches in all the
prince of, debates relative to the, 1264, parishes of G? Britain, 130.
1289.

issued by Monsicur, relative to the propo-
Order of Gen. Berthier relative to the Hanoverian sal made by Buonaparté, io Louis XVIII for the
army, 145.

renunciation of the throne of France, 142.
of the King in council, relative to the trade

issued by Monsieur, relative to the pro-
with St. Lucia, 25!.

posal of the renunciation of the throne of France,
of his Britannic Majesty, for granting re- Inquisitor's observations on the, 170.
prisals against the Ligurian and Italian repub- Papers, public, 17, 80, 106, 145, 171, 245, 270, 319,
lics, 270.

359; 400, 438, 459, 560, 659, 680,880,941, 1925.
from the Admiralty, relative to the blockade

domestic official, 146, 171, 203, 247, 271,
of the mouth of the Scine, 404.

341, 350, 401, 439, 452, 494, 537, 561, 596,666.
of the King, for the prorogation of Parlia-

foreign official, 203, 400, 461, 493, 560,
ment, 462.

660, 887, 98:.
issued by the commander in chief, respecting Paris, the state of morils in, 563.
the appointment of inspecting field officers for Parties in England, extracts from the American
the volunteers and yeomanry, 499.

Newspapers on the state of, 747.
to all the officers of the battalions of the

essay from the Morning Chronicle, on the
army of reserve and the second battalions of the state of, 938, 968.
regiments of the line, to join their segiments,

necessity of an union of those, in opposi-,
562.

tion, 956.
issued by Admiral Bruix, to the officers of Peace, state of the navy, at the conclusion of the,
the national florilla at Boulogne, 663.

34.
issued from the Horse Guards, for the review

--- reasons why a more honourable, might have
of the volunteers in Hyde Park, 667.

been made, 35.
issued by the commander in chief, after the Pellact, Mr. letters from Mr. John Sargent 10, 399.
reviews of the volunteers in Hyde Park, 671. People of this kingdom, important considerations
of council, relative to the yellow fever at

for the, 130.
New York, 666.

Percival, s. (Attorney General) letter from to Mr.
Ottoman ambassador at Paris, and Buonaparte, Yorke, relative to the exemptions claimed by

speeches of the, at an audience given to the fore the voluntcers, 498.
mer by the latter, 659.

Permanent taxes, account of the nett produce of
Porte, neutrality of the, signified to the the, 1896.
foreign ministers at Constantinople, 680. Peter Quill, curate of Przy, letter from on the li-
Owner of property, letter from an, to Mr. Adding- berty of the press, 967.

ton, on the injustice and impolicy of the pro- Philadelphia, yellow fever in, 618.
perty tax, 306.

Philo. Fatriæ, letter from, on the disorders among
Oxford loyal volunteers, letter from Philo-Patriæ, the Oxford loyal rolunteers, 717.
on the disorders among the, 717.

letter from, to Sir Digby Mackworth,
letter from Sir Digby Mackworth, in de- relative to the Oxford volunteers, 915,
fence of the, 8-8.

Pilot, the, a paper set up by the ministers to abuse
letter to Si: Dighy Mackworth, from Philo- the new opposition, paiú for by Hiley Adding-
Patriæ, relative to the, 934.

ton, 536.
P.

Piti, Mr. and Lord Grenville, promise said to have

been made to Mr. Addington, by, 897.
Parliament, proceedings in, 82, 111, 151, 175, 208, Mr. the circumstances of the negotiation for
756,894.

the return to oilice of, 903.,
extracts from the debates in, contain- Pizarro, remarks on Sheridan's play of, 391.
ing the remarks of Messrs. Windham, Sheri-

Sheridan's play of, immorality and im-
dan, and Archdall, relative to Mr. Cobbett, 226.

piety of, 436.
- address of the House of Commons, to Plain answer to the inisrepresentations and calum-
the King, at the close of the session ended in nies contained in the Cursoy Remarks " by A
August, 247

More Accurate Observer,” and “ the Cursory
prorogation of in Augus:, 243.

Remarks," an Analytical and Comparative view
speech of the King to, at the close of of, 836,897.
the session ended in August, 248, 1466.

Pledges, forfeited by Mr. Sberidan, 426.
prorogued from the 6th of October, to

Poetry, 203, 267.
the 3d of November, 441.

Politics, continental of Great Britain, 'inquiry
order of the King for the prorogation into, 1.
of, 462.

suinmary of, 21, 85, 173, 210,-253, 277, 346,
the King's speech to both Houses of,

365,409, 444, 471, 507, 565,602, 704, 723, 760,
on the 22d of November, 752, 1251.

786,848,919, 946.
the publication of the debates in, an- Poor, motion relative to the, 1009.
nounced by Mr. Cobbett, 735.

Porcupine's Gazette, extract from, relative to the
inferiority of the modern, 737.

cunduct of Ms. Sheridan, during the mutiny in
manner of reporting the debates in,

the fleet, 385.
740.

Porte, the Sublime, note presented to the foreign
debates in, 993 et seq.

ministers, declaring the neutrality of, 680.
accounts laid before, 1470.

Portsmouth and Portsea,' complaints of the
debates in, during the second session of

scarcity of coin at, 720.
the second parliament of the United Kingdom,

dollar: admitted to pass
begun on the 22d of November, 125 et seq. current at, 782.
Parliament, list of the acts passed during the same
session of, 1903.

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