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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY G. HOUSTON, No. 192, STRAND.
England and America, 1, 33.
Mrs. Spencer Perceval, 15.
America, 65. 165.
Murder! Murder! 79.
Lord Cochrane, and the Legion of Honour, 80,
Property Tax, 97.
Corn Bill, 100, 161, 204, 353.
Continental Affairs, 109.
Hampshire Meeting-Property Tax-Trick of the
The Budget, 228.
Deliverance of Spain, 257.
Wiltshire County Meeting, on the Corn Bill, 289.
Napoleon's Return, 322, 358.
Treaty with Napoleon, 326.
Letter I. to Lord Castlereagh, on Peace, 335.
, on the Message to
on the Hope of Suc-
cess in a War against France, 644.
--, on the Debates rela-
tive to the commencement of the War, 689, 705.
-, on the Westminster
Meeting, the Emperor Napoleon, the Duke of
Enghien, and Captain Wright, 769.
on the overthrow of
the Emperor Napoleon, 801.
To Louis, on the Causes of his late Expulsion, &c.
The Regent's Message, 429.
To the People of England on the War against
The Emperor Napoleon, 504.
To the Merchants of England on the War against
France, and Parliamentary Reform, 513,
To the People of Nottingham, on the motives and
prospects of the War, 545.
Letter VII, to the Earl of Liverpool, 577.
The Endymion and President Frigates, 605.
Nottingham Petition against the War, 621.
Petitions against the War, 639.
America and Algiers, 663.
Notes on Jonathan's Letters from Boston, 678-81-
The Champ De Mai, 726.
Historical Notices of the War, 783, 821.
Abdication of Napoleon in favour of his Son,
Appointment of a Provisional Government,
A By Stander, on German Troops, 16.
No German, on Riot at Lynn, 17.
Erasmus Parkins, on Religious Persecution, 19,
92, 152, 214, 250, 433.
Justus, on the Edipus Judaicus, 24.
Justitia, on Lettres de Cachet, 27.
Benevolus, on the Pillory, 69.
-, on Legitimate Sovereignty, 588.
University of Oxford, 32, 186, 281, 310.
An Admirer of American Republicanism, 54.
Juvenis, on the Congress, 82, 120, 437.
A. B. on the Pillory, 85.
Varro, on the dipus Judaicus, 88.
Civis, on Finance, 114.
Public Rejoicing by W. W. 120.
A Thinking Briton, on the State of the Nation,
Civis, on the Inquisition, 173, 277.
on the beloved Ferdinand, 208.
to the Thinking People of England, 724.
Look at Home, by Tertio, 179.
Philo-Civis, on "Horrid Blasphemous Impos
-, on the Legion of Honour, 248.
on the New Post Office, 267.
Julian, on the late King of Sweden, 183.
P. C. on the Legion of Honour, 184, 263.
Inspired Writings, 211.
To Lord Grenville, on the Constitutions of Eng- G. G. Fordham, on the Corn Bill, 248.
land, America, and France, 737.
The New Era, 755.
on Reform, War, and Taxes, 380.
on the consequences of a War with
A Constant Reader, on Commerce and No Corn
G. M.'s Plain Picture of the Corn Laws, 271.
W. P. R. on Freedom of Speech, 284.
on the Corn Laws, 396
A Friend to Sincerity, on Cheap Corn, 293.
T. H. I. on the Corn Laws, 297.
Amicus Britanniæ, on Popular Opinions, 313.
An Old Bachelor, on the Bachelor's Tax, 333.
R. F.'s Defence of the Farmers, 397.
Verax on Religious Persecution, 378.
The Fair Sex, 379.
H. on the War with France, 411.
A True Briton, on Retrenchment and Reform, 439.
-, on British Political Objects, 816,
Petition of the Livery of London against the War, Hampden, on No War with France, 445.