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Vice-President of the Board of Trade, and Right Hon. George Rose..

Treasurer of the Navy. Lord Palmerston ..

Secretary at War. Right Hon. C. Long

Joint Paymasters-General of the Forces, Hon. J. F. Robinson Earl of Chichester Earl of Clancarty....

} Joint Postmasters-General. Right Hon. C. Arbuthnot

Secretaries of the Treasury.
Sir R. Lushington
Sir Wm.Grant..

Master of the Rolls,
Sir Wm. Garrow

Attorney-General. Sir S. Shepherd




Lord Whitworth .
Lord Manners...
Right Hon. Robt. Peele
Right Hon. W. Fitzgerald

Lord Lieutenant.
Lord High Chancellor.
Chief Secretary.
Chancellor of the Exchequer,


Literary Fund and Washington Benevolent Soci, To John Cartwright, Esq. on the Peace between Interesting Documents, 599.

ety, 591. England and America, 1, 33. Mrs. Spe cer Perceval, 15.

The Erdyinion and President Frigates, 605. America, 65, 165.

Nottingham Petition against the War, 621. Jurier ! Murder! 79.

Petitions against the War, 639. Lord Cochrane, and the Legion of Honour, 80.

America and Algiers, 663. Property Tax, 97.

Notes on Jonathan's Letters from Boston, 678-$1. Corn Bill, 100, 161, 201, 359.

3-1.7. Continenial Affairs, 109.

The Champ De Mai, 726.
Hampshire Meeting -- Property Tax-Trick of the Abdication of Napoleon in favour of his son,

Historical Notices of the War, 783, 821.
London Press, 129,
To the Knights Grand Crosses, &c, of Hertford,

Appointment of a Provisional Government, New England, 225,

&c. 805. The Budger, 228.

Deliver ance of Spain, 257.
Wiltshire County Meeting, on the Corn Bill, 289. A By Stander, on German Troops, 16.
Napoleon's Return, 322, 358.

No German, on Riot at Lynn, 17.
Treaty with Napoleon, 326.

Erasmus Parkins, on Religious Persecution, 19, Letter I. to Lord Castiereagh, on Peace, 335.

92, 152, 214, 250, 433. Leiter II.

On the Message to

Justus, on the @dipus Judaicus, 24. the Prince Regent, 449.

Justitia, on Lettres de Cacher, 27. Letter III.

on the Hope of Suc- Benevolus, on the Pillory, 69.

,, on Legitimate Sovereignty, 588. cess in a War against France, 644. Letter IV.

-, on the Debates rela-University of Oxford, 32, 186, 281, 310. tive to the commencement of the War, 639, 205, Juvenis, on the Congress, 92, 120, 437.

An Admirer of American Republicanism, 54.
Letter V.

Meeting, the Emperor Napoleon, the Duke of ., B. on the Pillory, 85.
Enghien, and Captain Wright, 769.

Varro, on the dipus Judaicus, 88.
Letter VI

, on the overthrow of

Civis, on Finance, i14. the Emperor Napoleon, 801.

Public Rejoicing by W, W. 120. To Louis, on the Causes of his late Expulsion, &c.

A Thinking Briton, on the State of the Nation,

148. 417. The Regent's Message, 429,

Civis, on the Inquisition, 173, 277. To the People of England on the War against

-, on the beloved Ferdinand, 208. France, 481.

, to the Thinking People of England, 724. The Emperor Napoleon, 504.

Look at Home, by Tertio, 179. To the Merchants of England on the War against

Philo-Civis, on Horrid Blasphemous Impos. France, and Parliamentary Reform, 513.

ture," 182. To the People of Nottingham, on the motives and

-, on the Legion of Honour, 248.

on the New Post Office, 267. prospects of the War, 545. Letter VII, to the Earl of Liverpool, 577.

Julian, on the late King of Sweden, 183. Letter VIII.


P.C. on the Legion of Honour, 184, 263. Letter IX.


Inspired Writings, 211.
To the Fundholders, on the War against France, Aristides, on Cheap Corn, 216.

by Veritas, 275.
To Correspondents in the United States of Ame.

on the Farmers, 415. rica, 611, 687, 722.

, on the War against France, 555. To Sir Francis Burdett, Bart, on the Pitt System

-, on Traits of Courage in Frenchmen, 159. of War against France, 650.

on the Invasion of France, 813. To Lord Grenville, on the Constitutions of Eng. G. G. Fordham, on the Corn Bill, 248. land, America, and France, 737.

, on Reform, War, and Taxes, 380. The New Era, 755.

on the consequences of a War with

France, 521.

A Constant Reader, on Commerce and No Corn Partial and Mean Perry, Proprietor of the Morn. GM's Plain Picture of the Corn Laws, 271.

ing Chronicle, 97. Sir John Cox Hippesly, 148.

W. P. R. on Freedom of Speech, 284. Murat, King of Naples, 171.

on the Corn Laws, 336 Sierra Leone, 193.

A Friend to Sincerity, on Cheap Corn, 293. Property Tax and Finance, 203.

T. H, I, on the Corn Laws, 297. The Inquisition, 308.

Amicus Britanniæ, on Popular Opinions, 313. Occupations and Miracles of King Ferdinand VII. An Old Bachelor, on the Bachelor's Tax, 933. 309,

R.F.'s Defence of the Farmers, 337.
Bonaparte in France, 315.

Verax on Religious Persecution, 378.
To the People of Hampshire, on the Corn Bill, 32. The Fair Sex, 379.
On Birkbeck's Journey in France, 466, 528,

H. on the War with France, 411.
Lord Cochrane, 478.

A True Briton, on Retrenchment and Reform, 439, Petition of the Livery of London against the War, Hampden, on No War with France, 445.

-, on British Political Objects, 816. 566,

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