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New Constitution of Hayti

Proclamation ad 'ressed by the King of Prussia to the Subjects of the Ceded Pro-

vinces, July 24,

Ukase relative to Commerce, issued by the Emperor of Russia, July,

Ordonnance of the Bishop of Quimper, July 13, 1807

Speech of the Emperor Napoleon at the Opening of the Meeting of the Legislative

Body, August 16,

New Constitution of the Duchy of Warsaw

Proclamation issued by the General Directory at Warsaw, July 18,

Commercial Regulations in St. Domingo, June 21,

Annual Exposition of the State of the French Empire, Aug. 24,

On the Danish War. From the Moniteur, Sept. 20,

Proclamation issued by the Emperor of Russia, on the Conclusion of Peace with

France

Proclamation of the Prince Regent of Portugal, Oct. 20,
British Commerce.- Official Letter from the French Consul at Bremen, to the Pre.

sident of the Senate of that City, Oct. 26,
Decree issued by the King of Spain from the Palace of San Lorenzo, and addressed

to the Governor of the Council, ad interim, Oct. 30,

Circular Letter addressed by the American Coosu) at Hanıburgh, to the Masters of

American Ships bound to that Port, Nov. 4,

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Order for issuing Letters of Marque against the Italian States under the influence
of France, Nov. 4,

797
Order for issuing Letters of Marque against Denmark, Nov. 4,

799
Blockade. -Order of Couneil, Nov. 11,

$30, 860

ESSAYS, LETTERS, &c.

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SUMMARY OF POLITICS.- Westminster Election.—Sir H. Mildinay

SUMMARY OF Politics.—The Wrangling Factions. - Proceedings in Parliament.

— The Address in Answer to the Opening Speech.--Finance Committee.

Sir H. Mildmay.-India Affairs.-Sierra Leone

Memorial of Sir H. Mildmay to the Commissioners of Military Enquiry, 52.- Supe

plement thereto

SUMMARY OF POLITICs.- Proceedings in Parliament.--Jobs jo General. --Closed

Doors.-Continental War

X. T. on Sir Henry Mildmay's Contract

A Hampshire Freeholder, on Sir Henry Mildmay's Contract

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.-- Proceedings in Parliament.—Lord Cochrane's Mo-

tion respecting Placez, Pensions, &c.- Precious Privilege.--Irish Insurrec-

tion Bill. The Irish Protestant Church.--Lord Cochrane's Motion relating

to Abuses in the Navy.-Westminster Election.-Sir H. Mildmay.-lir.

Perry

C. S.'s Letter to Mr. Whitbread on the Poor Laws

A. G. on the New Plan of Finance

A Kentish Magistrate, on Police Magistrates

SUMMARY OF Politics.- Proceedings in Parliament.--Indemnity Bill.-Irish

Insurrection Bill. - Military Plan-American States.--Sir H. Mildway.

SUMMARY OF Politics. -Peace between France and Russia.- Sir H. Mildmay

Proceedings at the Meeting at Bristol, for the purpose cf inquiring into the present

state of the Elective Franchise

General Este's Vindication

Mr. Cobbett's Twentieth Letter to the Electors of Westminster, on the Bill for

Preventing Grants of Places in Reversion

Mr. Cobbert's Twenty-first Letter to the Elactors of Westminster, on the Dispute

between England and the American States

Mr, Cobbett's Twenty-second Letter to the Electors of Westminster, on the saine

subject

Mr. Cobbeti's Twenty-ihird Letter to the Electors of Westminster, upon the, Ques-

tion of Peace

A True Englishman, on England's Right of Search

Westminster Election

Mr. Cobbett's Twenty-fourth Letter to the Electors of Westminster, on the Sale

of Seats in Parliament

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.-Proceedings in Parliament. - Poor Laws

M. H. on Ireland's Internal Defence

A, H. on Elective Franchise

Roman Carholic Petition

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.- Proceedings in Parliament.-- Election Writs.-Irish

Insurrection Bill

Mr. Cobbetu's Twenty-Gfth Letter to the Electors of Westminster.---Right of

Search

Britannicus, on the Dominion of the Seas

Mr. Burdon, on the Dominion of the Seas

Plan for superseding the Necessity of the Poot's Rate

Corruption, a Trifie

SUMMARY OF Politics.-- Danish War.

Mentor's First Letter on the State of Ireland

R. R. on Police Magistrates

A.C.R. on the Ballot System

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SUMMARY OF POLITICS.-Dominion of the Seas.--Buenos Ayres.-Danish War 417

Albion, on the Dominion of the Seas

427

R. on the Dominion of the Seas

429

2. Y. on the Dominion of the Seas

431

A Naval Officer, on the Doninion of the Seus

432

S. V. on Expatriation of British Subjects

433

M. H.'s Second Letter on Ireland's Internal Defence

439

C. 8. Fifin Letter on the Sinking Fund

443

X. T. on Lotteries

450

SUMMARY OP Politics.- Poor Law's.-- Daoish War.-Butoos Ayres

481

Scoto-Britannus, on the Poor Laws

496

Wroc, on the Dominion of the Seas'

502

Candidas, on the Dominion of the Seas and Expatriation

506

SUNMARY OF POLITICS.-Dominion of the Seas.-American States Danish

War.- Poor Laws.-Expatriation of British Subjects.--Portugal

513

American Chamber of Commerce at Liverpool

533

An Old Englishman, on the Danish War

534

R. M. on a War with the American States

538

A Sawney, on the Poor Laws

540

SUMMARY OP POLITICS.-Expatriation.-Edinburgh Reviewers

545

H. feo on the Dominion of the Seas and Dispute with America

556

R. R on the Dominion of the Seas

564

SUMMARY OF POLitics.- i dinburgh Reviewers.-- American States

577

A. B. on the Edinburgh Reviewers

600

A Plan Englishman, on the Danish Expedition

604

S.V.'s Second Letter'on Expatriation

607

S. Vi's Third Letter on Expatriation

610

M. H.'s Second Letter on Ireland's Internal Situation

619

M. Hi's. Third Letter on Ireland's Internal Situation

623

Hibernicus, on the Poor Laws

629

W. Bon the Funding System

630

A British Veteran on Kilmainham Pensioners

630

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.-- American States.-Expatriation.- Poor Laws.-Por-

tugal

641

On the King's. Preclamation, from the Morning Post

654

Dun Scotus, on the Poor Laws

657

H. H. on Baggage Waggons

660

Mr. Burdon, on the-Dominion of the Seas

661

Wroc, on the Dominion of the Seas

602

R. M. on the State of the Army

606

SUMMARY OF Politics.-American States.- Portugal

673

A Subject of England, and no Citizen of America, on West India Commerce

690

Candidus, on Expatriation

701

SUMMARY. Of Politics.Spence on Commerce.- Louis XVI.I.-American States 705

Mr. Worthington's First Letter on the Edinburgh Reviewers

A Madras Officer, on the State of the Native Army in the East Indies

728

S. V.'s Fourth Leller on Expatriation

732

SUMMARY OF Politics.-Irish Tythes -Louis XVIII.-Portugal

Mentor's Second Letter, on the Defence of Ireland

754

Mentor's Third Letter, on the Defence of Ireland

757

Wroc, upon Spence on Commerce

760

Osgur, on the Sinking Fund

Scotus, on the Poor Laws

767

Candidus, on the Dominion of the Seas

708

R. R.'s Second Letter on the Dominion of the Seas

772

Mr. Davey, on the Dowinion of the Seas

777

R. on the Dominion of the Seas

780

.V.'s Fifth Letter, on Expatriation

781

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.- Perish Commerce"

801
Mr. Worthington's Second Letter, on the Edinburgh Reviewers

824

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LIST OF HIS MAJESTY'S MINISTERS AS IT STOOD IN APRIL, 1807.

Cabinet Ministers. Earl Camden

President of the Council. Lord Eldon

Lord High Chancellor. Larl of Westmoreland

Lord Privy Seal. Duke of Portland

First Lord of the Treasury (Prime Minister). Lord Mulgrave

Finse Lord of the Admiralty. Earl of Chatham

-Master-general of the Ordriance. Earl Bathurst

President of the Board of Tråde. Lord Hawkesbury

Secretary of State for the Home Department. Right Hon. George Canning

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Lord Castlereagh

Sec. of State for the Department of War and Colonies. Right Hon. Spencer Perceval

Chancellor aud Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer and

aslo Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

Not of the Cabinet. Right Hon. Robert Saunders Dundas President Board of Controul for the Affairs of India. Right Hon. George Rose

Vice President Board of Trade, and Treasurer of the Navy. Sir James Pulteney, Bart.

Secretary at War.
Lord Charles Somerset

Joint Paymaster-general.
Right Hon. Charles Long
Earl of Chichester

Postmaster-geacral.
Earl of Sandwich
William Huskisson, Esq.

Secretaries of the Treasury.
Hon. Henry Wellesley
Sir William Grant

Master of the Rolls,
Sir Vicary Gibbs

Attorney General. Sir Thomas Plomer

Solicitor General.

PERSONS IN THE MINISTRY OF IRELAND, Duke of Richmond

Lord Lieutenant. Lord Manners

Lord High Chancellor, Sir Arthur Wellesley

Chief Secretary; Right Hon. John Foster

Chancellor of the Exchequcr.

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