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FOREIGN OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Letter from General Mortier to the French Minister of War

203

Decree of the French Government prohibiting the Entry of Vessels from England 400

Decree of the French Government relative to British Flags of Truce

400

Decree of the French Government relative to the Fisheries

Decree of the French Government prohibiting the Exportation of undressed Leather

401

Notice respecting Bills drawn on the French Government by the Government of

St. Domingo

439

Letter from the American Consul at Paris, respecting American Claims on the French

Government

451

Address of the French and Italian Troops under General Murat to the First

Consul, offering a Part of their Pay for the Construction of a Ship of War

461

Letter from General Victor; Commander of the French Troops in Batavia to the

French Minister at War, transmitting the Contribution of his Army, towards

the Expense of the Invasion

462

Proclamation of the President of the United States, for convening the American

Congress, dated on the 16th of July

493

Proclamation of Admiral Bruix to the Officers and Men of the French national

Flotilla

493

Regulations to be observed on Board the French national Flotilla

494

Report of the French Ministers of War to the Consuls of the Republic, relative to

the captured French Standards, found at Hanover

560

Proclamation of General Ernouf, Captain General of Guadaloupe and its Depen-

dencies, to the Inhabitants of Guadaloupe and to the Army

660

Decree of General Ernouf, Captain-General of Guadaloupe, respecting the open.

ing of the Ports of that Island, and a new Tariff of the Duties of Import and

Export

660

Letter from Admiral Bruix to the French Minister of Marine

663

General Orders issued by Adniral Bruix to the Officers, &c. of the French na-

tional Flotilla

Decree of the Vice-President of the Italian Republic, regulating the Conduct of

the Press

Proclamation of the Agents of the King of Spain for surrendering Louisiana to

France

Message from the President of the United States of America, to Congress, at the

Commencement of an extraordinary Session, held on the 17th of October SS;

Report relative to the Fiscal Affairs of the United States of America, laid before

the House of Representatives on the 25th of October, by AlbertGallatin, Secre-

tary of the Treasury

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Lords - July 4-Army of Reserve-- Earl Suffolk-Ld. Walsingham-Duke of Cum-

berland-Ld. Hobart-Earl Moira-Ld. Mulgrave-Earl Grosvenor-Ld. Car-

lisle-The Lord Chancellor-Ld. Darnley-Ld. Pelham - Earl Spencer
Lords-July-Army of Reserve-Ld. Hobart-Earl Suffolk-The Lord Chan-

Earl
Commons - July 3-Income Tax-Mr. Alderman Coombe-The Lord Mayor-col.

Bastard-Chancellor of the Exchequer- Attorney General-Sir R. Buxton-
Dr. Lawrence-Mr. Kinnaird-Mr. W. Smith-Ld. Hawkesbury -- Mr.

Erskine-Sic T. Metcalfe

Lords, July 6-Clergy-Ld. Suffolk-The Lord Chancellor-Ld. Limerick-B. of

St. Asaph

- 1029

Commens-July 6-Army of Reserve-Gen. Gascoyne-Gen. Loftus

- 1033

Lords-July 8 -- Lottery-Earl Suffolk--Earl Moira--- Ld. Hobart

· 1043

Commons — July 8-Seamen-Sir W. Scott--Attorney General-Mr. Wilberforce 1045

Commons- July 12—Fraud on the Bank-Sir F. Burdett-Attorney General . тобі

Lords—July 13–Woollen Manufacturer-The Lord Chancellor-Earl Rosslyn-

Duke of Clarence .

1066

Commons—July 13-Income Tax-Mr. Smith-Mr. Pitt-Attorney General-

Mr. Kinnaird-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Sir H. Mildmay—Dr. Lawrence

-Lord Hawkesbury-Mr. Ellison-Speaker-Sir W. Pulteney-Mr. Tierney

-Mr. Giles

1074

Commons- July 14-Income Tax-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Mr. Pitt-Attor-

ney General-Dr. Lawrence-Ld. Hawkesbury-Mr. Kinnaird - Mr. Hob-

house

1097

Lords–July 13-Clergy-Earl Suffolk-B. of St. Asaph-Ld. Chancellor - 1103

Commons- July 16-Income Tax-Chancellor of the Exchequer.- Mr. Pitt-

Attorney General

Commons- July 18-Defence of the Country-Secretary at War-Mr. Windham

-Ld. Hawkesbury-Sir F. Burdett-Mr. Pitt-Mr. Fox-Chancellor of the
Eschequer - Dr. Lawrence-Sir J. Pulteney

1124
Commons- July 20-Defence of the Country-Secretary at Wap-- Mr. Sheridan-

War
Mr. Kinnaird-Mr. Pitt-Mr. Windham-Ld. Castlereagh-Dr. Lawrence-
Sir. J. Pulteney—Mr. Sullivan-Gen. Tarleton--Mr. Canning-Chancellor of
the Exchequer-Gen. Gascoyne-Attorney Gen.-Ld. Hawkesbury-Sir W.
Cartis

- 1178

Commons-Jaly 21-Defence of the Country-Secretary at War-Marquis Titch-

feld - Mr. Pilt-Mr. Courtenay-Sir W. Pulteney-Ld. Castlereagh-Mr.

W. Smith

1203

Commons-july 22-Port of London-Chancellor of the Eschequer-Gen. Gas-

coyne-Sir W. Elford--Mr. Vansittari, 1210-Defence of the Country-Mr.

Alderman Coombe-Col. Crausord-Sec. at War-Mr. Pitt-Mr. Courtenay

-Col. Wood-Capt. Harvey-Mr. Windham-Gen. Maitland-Dr. Law-

Tence—Sir W. Erskine-Mr. Archdall-Capt. Markham-Sir J. Pulteney-

Mr. Hutchinson

1214

Lords – July 25-Defence of the Country-Ld. Hobart-Duke of Cumberland-
Ld. Mulgrave-Ld. Westmoreland-Ld. Winchelsea

- 1256
Commons- July 25-Prince of Orange-Ld. Gower-Ld. Hawkesbury- Mr.Can-

ping-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Mr. W. Smith-Mr. Johnstone, 1264-
Ways and Means-Chancellor of the Exchequer

1274
Commons-July 26—Sugars Mr. Chapman-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Sir
W.Pulieney-Mr. Manning-Mr. Giles

: - 1276.
Commons July 27–Property Pas-Chancellor of the Exchequer—Mr. Pitt-Mr.
Fellowes — Attorney Gen. Mr. Western

1282
Lords–July 28-Rebellion in Ireland-Lord Hobart--Earl Limerick, 1286-Mar-
tial Law-Lord Hobart-Ld. Chancellor-Earl Rosslyn

• 1290
Commons- July 28-Rebellion in Ireland-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Mr.

Windham - Mr. Sheridan-Mr. Hutchinson-Ld. Hawkesbury-Dr. Law-
rence-Ld. Castlereagh-Mr. Alexander-Mr. Chapman-Mr. Archdall-
Mr. Hawthorn-Mr. Kerr-Mr. J. H. Browne-Col. Crauford--Mr. Bragge
--Speaker-Mr. Ormsby

1292
Commos.-- July 29-Irish Clergy-Mr. Corry-Mr. Frarcis-Sir T. Metcalfe---

Paj

136

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Mr. Hutchinson, 1317-East India Budget-Ld. Castlereagh-Mr. Johnstone

-Mr. Burrowes - Mr. Prinsep

13:

Commons-- August 2--East India Budget-Ld. Castlecragh-Mr. Prinsep, 1351

-Navy Abuses--Capt. Harvey-Sir W. Scott-Charcellor of the Exchequer

- Dr. Lawrence- Mr. Johnstone

13

Commons-

August 4-Defence of the Country-Mr. Wilberforce-Secretary at
War--Mr. Windham-Mr. Sheridan-Mr. W. Smith-Mr. Archdall-Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer-Dr. Lawrence

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Lords-August 5-Income Tax-Duke of Norfolk-Ld. Chancellor, 1368-

Curates-Duke of Norfolk-Ld. Chancellor-B, of London

137

Commons-August 5-Defence of the Country, Secretary at War-Mr. Sheridan

-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Col. Crauford-Dr. Lawrence

Lords - August 8-— Military Council -- Earl of Suffolk-Ld. Hobart-Earl Bridge-

water

13;

Commons-August 10–Vote of Thanks to the Volunteers--Mr. Sheridan, Gen.

Gascoyne-Mr. Chapman-Ld. Castlereagh-Mr. Windham-Secretary at
War- Mr. C. Dundas-Mr. Wilberforce-Mr. Archdall-Mr. Francis Col.
Crauford-Ld. Hawkesbury-Mr. W. Smith

13
Commons-August 11--State of Ireland - Mr. Hutchinson-Ld. Hawkesbury-

Mr. Elliot-Ld. Castlereagh-Mr. Windham-Sir R. Williams-Col. Cole-
Chancellor of the Exchequer-Dr. Lawrence- Attorney Gen.-Ld. Temple
- Col. Crauford-Mr. Serjeant Best Mr. Alexander -

14

Lords-- August 12 --Address of the House of Commons--His Majesty's Answer-

Prorogation of Parliament

14

Lords—November 22-His Majesty's Specch from the Throne-Marquis Sligo-

Ld. Limerick

192

Commons-November 22-King's Speech-Hon. C. Ashley-Mr. Burland-Mr.

Fox-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Sir F. Burdett
Commons-November 23-Address-Hon. C. Ashley-Mr. Windham

153
Commons-November 25-Waterford Election-Mr. C. Dundas-Chancellor of

the Eschequer-Mr. C. Grant-Speaker-Mr. Tierney-Mr. Bragge - 15€

Commons November 30—English Bank Restriction-Chancellor of the Exche-

quer-Mr. Jekyll

157

Commons-December 1-Fortification of Liverpool-Mr. Dent-Chancellor of

the Exchequer-Mr. Creevey -

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Commons--December 2-Curates--Chancellor of the Exchequer-Sir R. Burton

1533-Suspension of the Habeas Corpus in Ireland - Mr. Secretary Yorke-

Hon. C. H. Hutchinson-Gen. Loftus--Mr. Hawthorn-Ld. Temple--Ld. A.

Hamilton-Mr. Burrowes--Speaker-Ld. Castlereagh, 1481--Martial Law

in Ireland-Mr. Secretary Yorke-Mc Burrowes- Mr. Corry-Mr. J. C.

Beresford

- 159

Commons-December 5-Oats Distillation--Mr. Corry -- Mr. Francis, 1607-

Martial Law in Ireland--Mr. Elliot-Mr. Secretary Yorke-Col. Crauford-

Mr. Francis–Ld. Castlereagh-Mr. Polc-Mr. Windham-Chancellor of the

Exchequer-Mr. Wilberforce-Gen. Loftus-Attorney General-Hon C. H.

Hutchinson

Commons-December 6–Irish Bank Restriction-Mr. Corry-Ld. A. Hamilton

1653 -- India Bonds--Nir. Dent-Ld Castlereagh--Mr. Johnson-Mr. Van-

sitiart--Mr. C. Grant--Mr. W. Dundas

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Commons-December 7- Martial Law in Ireland --Mr. Wilberforce-Speaker-

Col. Wood-Mr. Secretary Yorke~Mr. Windham-Dr. Lawrence-Ld. H.

Hamilton--- Adm. Berkeley -Chancellor of the Exchequer-Mr.J.C. Beresford

- Mr. T. Grenville

16

Commons-December 8.-Sierra Leona---Mr. H. Thornton--Speaker-Chancellor
of the Exchequer-- Vir. Dent

167
Lord - December 9-Volunteers -Earl Darnley-1 d. Hawkesbury, 1671-Eng-
lish Park Restriction-Ld. King-d. Hawkesbury-Ld. Grenville

167
Cominons--December 9-Army Estimates--Secretary at Warm-Mr. Windham

Mr. Secretary Yorke-Mr. Pitt-Mr.T.Grenville--Ld. Castlercagh--Mr. Fox
-Chancellor of the Exchequer--Mr. Corry -

167
Commons- December 10- Voluntcer Exemption -- Mr. Secretary Yorke - Mr.

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DOMESTIC OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Crcular Letter to the Official Ministers of the several Parishes of Great Britain

129

I portant Considerations for the People of this Kingdom

130

Vote from Lord Cathcart to the Marquis of Titchfield

Prodanation by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

148

Message from the King to Parliament, on the 21st of July

150

Dispatches from Gen. Grinfield and Com. Hood, relative to the Capture of St.

Lacia

171

Proclamation by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland

173

Address of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of Middlesex to the King

178

Circular Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lords Lieutenarts of Counties, July 30 203

Address from the Lord Lieutenant of Sussex to the Nobility, Gentlemen, &c.

of the County -

205

Circular Letter from the Admiralty to the Commanders of Fencible Districts 206

Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties, August 3

206

Address of the House of Commons, on the 12th of August

247

The King's Speech to Parliament, on the 12th of August

247

Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties authorizing the

Suspension of some Clauses of the General Arming Bill, and directing the

Number of Volunteers to be raised by each Parish

271

Plan of a Volunteer Naval Armament for the Protection of the Coast, transmitted

to the Lords Lientenants of Counties by Lord Hobart

27%

Letter from the Speaker of the House of Commons to the Lords Lieutenants of

Coanties, enclosing the Vote of Thanks given by the House to the Volunteers 3.41

Vote of Thanks of the House of Commans to the Volunteers

340

Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, enclosing a Plan for

a voluntary Naval Armament

342

Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties, dated August 15 342

Letter from Lord Hobart to Lord Fitzwilliam, dated August 19

343

Address of the Catholic Noblemen of Ireland, intended to be presented to the

Proclamation by the King, respecting Aliens

Letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Middlesex to the Commanders of the Volun-

362

Letter from the Right Hon. C. Yorke to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties, re-

leer Corps

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Letter from the Right Hon. C. Yorke, relative to the Establishment of the Volun-

teer Corps

4

Admiralty Orders relative to the Blockade of Havre de Grace, and the Mouth of

the Seine

His Majesty's Order for the farther Prorogation of the British Parliament, dated

on the 14th of September

Letter to the Clerks of the Subdivision Meetings, relative to the Suspension of the

Ballots for the Militia and Army of Reserve, so far as concerns the Members,

of Volunteer Corps

Letter from the Right Hon. C. Yorke to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties, respect-

ing the Yeomanry and Volunteer Corps, dated on the 22d Sept.

Letter from the Attorney and Solicitor Generals to Mr. Yorké, respecting the

Exemptions claimed by the Members of Volunteer Corps

Orders issued by H. R. H. the Commander in Chief, for the Appointment of in-

specting Field Officers for the Volunteer and Yeomanry Corps

Regulations for the Formations, &c. of Corps of Yeomanry Cavalry, raised sub-

sequently to the Defence Act, with the Allowances granted, 499, continued

at

5

Speech of the Right Hon. Ld. Minto, at a General Meeting of the County of Rox-

burgh, beld at Jedburgh, on moving an Address to his Majesty

5

Regulations for the Establishment, Allowances, &c. of Volunteer Infantry Corps,

accepted subsequently to August 3

5

Preceedings of the Lieutenancy, Heritors, &c. of the County of Edinburgh, on

the 4th of October

5

His Majesty's Proclamation for convening the British Parliament on the 20th of

November

5

General Order; by H.R. H. tlie Commander in Chief, for the Officers of the Bat-

talions of the Army of Reserve, and the second Battalion of the Line 5

Resolutions adopted by the Meeting of the County of Edinburgh on the 4th of

October

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Statements and Observations on the Sugar Trade between Great-Britain and her

old West-India Colonies ; printed for the Use of the Jamaica Assembly 5

Dispatches from Admiral Gambier and Captain Malbon, announcing the capture

of St. Pierre and Miquelon

5

His Majesty's Proclamation relative to Aliens, dated on the 12th of October - 5

Order of the King in Council, relative to the Yellow Fever at New-York, dated

on the 26th of October

61

Orders issued by H. R. H. the Commander in Chief, for the Review of the Volun-

teer Corps of the London District, which are to be assembled in Hyde Park

for the Purpose of being reviewed by his Majesty on the 26th and 28th of

October

6

General Orders issued by H. R. H. the Commander in Chief, after the Reviews

of the Volunteer Corps, on the 26th and 28th of October

6

General Return of the Volunteer Corps reviewed by His Majesty in Hyde Park

on the 26th and 28th of October

6;

His Majesty's Speech to Parliament on the 22d of November

7

Proceedings of the Committee of the St.Giles's and St. George's Bloomsbury Volunteers 98

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