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Letter IV. from Mr. Cobbett to Mr. Sheridan, Letter from an Enemy to Quacks, on the deficiencies
of arms in G. Britain, 647.
from A. Z. on the defenceless state of Nor-
folk, and the northern district, 649.
utility of rifle corps, and the defects in the mi-
from Hibernicus, on the affairs of Ireland,
the conduct of Lord Hardwicks, and of Gen.
at London, relative to the report of an embargo
from M. Talleyrand to the American Mi..
British merchandizes, 660.
from Admiral Bruix to the Minister of Man
from A. B. on the inferiority of the volun-
from Anti-Charlatan, on the consecration
of Juverna, 677
Lord Folkestone, 689.
from Buonaparté to his brother, 714.
from Philo-Patriæ, on the disorders among
the Oxford loyal volunteers, 717.
state of Hull and its environs, 746.
1. from a Continental Observer, on the ad.
vantages England will derive from the restora.
11. from a Continental Observer, on the
IV. from Juverna, on the affairs of Ireland,
whether G. Britain will attempt the restoration
of Louis XVUL. and whether the continental
from Marcellus, on the utility of cavalry,
and on the neglect of recruiting them in Enge
from Col. F. P. Robinson, in reply to the
from Juverna to the Editor, on the affairs his remarks on the late Lord K. 833,
from Mentor on the volunteer committees,
IV. from a Continental Observer, on the
XVIII. should be established, 865.
of invasion, 871.
lil. from Juverna, on the affairs of Ireland, from Sir Digby Mackworth, defending the
Oxford volunteers from Philo-Patria, 878.
worth, relative to the Oxford volunteers, 915.
of Wales, and the neighbouring countics, 931.
Let er from Lord Hawkesbury to Baron Silversh-
jelm, prohibiting of neutral vessels from coun-
tries occupied by the French, 941.
from an Independent Irish Peer, relative
from Miles, on the committee of the Blooms-
from Peter Quill on the liberty of the press,
V. from a Continental Observer, on the
rate of Bray on the 967.
liament, from Nov. 22 to Dec. 20, 1803.
by G. Britain, 270.
letter from M. Talleyrand to, relative to the de-
Hobart to the, relative to arms for the volun.
teer corps, 342.
Yorke to the, respectiog arms for the volun.
of Counties, letter from Mr.
of Counties, letter from Mr.
lunteer corps, 494;
restriction on the Bank, 859.
restoration of, advantageous to
Inquisitor's 4th letter, recommcod.
proposal mde to, by Buonaparte
necessity of the attempt to restore
observations on his rejection of
restoration of, necessary for Great
letter II. from a Continental Obser.
letter I, from a Continental Obser.
letter 1II. from a Conrinental Obe
letter IV. from a Continental Ob.
letter V. from a Continental Ob-
-. terms of the cession pf, 320.
-- proclamation of the agenis of the King
treaty between the l'pite! States of
convention between France and Amc.
the Spaniards refuse to surrender, 919.
account of, laid hefore the American
of English merchandise, 174.
fund at, letter from Annibal on the, 353.
observations on, 281, 415.
the managers circulate their papers
circular letier from the managers
observations on the proceedings of
observations on the small number
remarks on the plan for fortifying, 158,
a corps of constables raised in, 685.
additional force, motion relative to the,
port of, debate relative to the, 1210.
resolutions proposed by the,
protected state of Scotland, 589.
Hobart to the, relative to the general arming
of Counties, letter from Lord
of Counties, plan of a volunteer
of Counties, letter from Lord
of Counties, letter from the
of Counties, letter from Lord
against the King of Candy, in Ceylon, 460.
Sir Digby, letter from Pbilo-Patriz
of St. Pieric and Miquelon, 596.
Malt and distilleries, Irish, debates on, 1900,
installation of the grand master of the
remarks on the policy of Russia, respect-
neral of Louisiana to the Governor of the Mis.
the deposit at N. Orleans, 320.
state of Hull and its vic:nity, 746.
and on the neglect of recruiting them in Eng-
Etruria, proclamation of, 18:
the insurrection in Dublin, 548.
debates relative to the introduction
ment of, relative to the duties of export and
Lord, resolutions proposed by, at
tected state of Scotland, 587.
in 1798, 43.
relative to the rebel-
from the President of the United States
Bloomsbury.corps of volunteers, 965.
275, 345, 364, 407, 442, 468, 504, 564, 601, 620,
operations in Hanover, 20, 83, 112, 175,
Batavia, 20, 209, 252, 276,
Italy, 21, 84, 112, 209,
France, 196, 345,442, 468,
G. Britain, 407, 443, 469,
conscript bill, observations on the, 30.
operations of G. Britain, plan for the;
council, minority in the H. of Commons,
council, observations on Mr. For's mo.
operations in India, 152,463.
Military force of G. Britain, remarks on the stale
appointments and promotions, letter from
council, conduct of Ms. Sheridan in par-
system of G. Britain, observations on
- appointments, remarks on the chief, in
commissions, lerier from Virginius on
council, debates on a motion for, 1379.
surgeons, motion relative to, 1035.
tion for a military council, 175.
negligence of the, remarks on the, 5650
changes in the state and condition of
- the late, time, manner and occasion of
of the County of Roxburgh, on moving an ad-
dress to his Majesty on the war, 519.
ral Gambier, and Capt. Malbon, relative to the
tendertng the services of the French princes
during the war, 459.
semarks taken from the, on the late con.
remarks on an article in the relas
remarks on an article in the, against
peace between the United States of Ame-
explanatory note of, to the senate
letter from to Buonaparté, an.
letter from, to Martial Count
capitulation of the Hanoverian
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.
Norfolk, letter from A. Z. on the defenctless state
Northern district, letter from A.Z.on the defence.
powers, observations on the policy oi,
lights, debates relative to che, 1203.
d'affaires to the Landamman of the Helvetian
346, 365, 408, 443, 469, 505, 565, 601, 622, 687, tween France and England, 17.
presented by the French General Mortier, to
cers, &c. in that city, 19.
Bremen, respecting the embargo on English ves-
from Lieut. Gen. Lord Cathcart, to tbc Mar.
folk, from A. B. 341.
Notice of the blockade of the Elbe, by G. Britain;
of G. Britain, situation of, at the conclusion of the blockade of the Weser, by G. Britain,
G. Britain, 245.
of the blockade of Havre de Grace, by G.
to the bills drawn on France, 439.
Henry Addington on the weakness of the mi-
- and on the principles upon which it should be
of the Channel, from countries occupied by the Observer, letter from A Nearer, to the Rt. Hona
Henry Addington, on the weakness of the mi.
A Continental, letter I. from, on the ad-
tion of Louis XVIII. 769.
letter 11. from, on the feasibility of the
letter III, from, inquiring whether G.
of the Sublime Porte, note presented to XVIII. and whether the powers of the Contiacat
will interfere, 812.
IV. on the principles on which the resta:
ration of Louis XVIII. should be established,
letter V. from, on the conduct to be pur.
sued towards the people of France on the resto-
Offensive war, remarks on an article in the Morn-
ing Posi against, 379.
Officers of the battalions of the army of reserve,
join their regiments, 562.
Official papers, domestic, 146, 171, 203. 247,271,
foreigo, 203, 400, 400, 493, 360,
Orange, House of, message to Parliament relative | Paper relative to the conquest of Hanover, 106.
distributed from the Churches in all the
issued by Monsicur, relative to the propo-
renunciation of the throne of France, 142.
issued by Monsieur, relative to the pro-
posal of the renunciation of the throne of France,
359; 400, 438, 459, 560, 659, 680,880,941, 1925.
domestic official, 146, 171, 203, 247, 271,
341, 350, 401, 439, 452, 494, 537, 561, 596,666.
foreign official, 203, 400, 461, 493, 560,
660, 887, 98:.
Newspapers on the state of, 747.
essay from the Morning Chronicle, on the
necessity of an union of those, in opposi-,
--- reasons why a more honourable, might have
been made, 35.
for the, 130.
Percival, s. (Attorney General) letter from to Mr.
speeches of the, at an audience given to the fore the voluntcers, 498.
Permanent taxes, account of the nett produce of
ton, on the injustice and impolicy of the pro- Philadelphia, yellow fever in, 618.
Philo. Fatriæ, letter from, on the disorders among
letter from, to Sir Digby Mackworth,
Pilot, the, a paper set up by the ministers to abuse
Piti, Mr. and Lord Grenville, promise said to have
been made to Mr. Addington, by, 897.
the return to oilice of, 903.,
Sheridan's play of, immorality and im-
piety of, 436.
More Accurate Observer,” and “ the Cursory
Remarks," an Analytical and Comparative view
Pledges, forfeited by Mr. Sberidan, 426.
Poetry, 203, 267.
Politics, continental of Great Britain, 'inquiry
suinmary of, 21, 85, 173, 210,-253, 277, 346,
365,409, 444, 471, 507, 565,602, 704, 723, 760,
Porcupine's Gazette, extract from, relative to the
cunduct of Ms. Sheridan, during the mutiny in
the fleet, 385.
Porte, the Sublime, note presented to the foreign
ministers, declaring the neutrality of, 680.
Portsmouth and Portsea,' complaints of the
scarcity of coin at, 720.
dollar: admitted to pass
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