Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 3

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William Cobbett
R. Bagshaw, 1803
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Table des matières

Letter from the Capt Gen of Guadaloupe to the French Minister of Marine 112
113
Proclamation for recalling and prohibiting Seamen from serving Foreign Princes
121
Extract from the Morning Chronicle on the Capture of the Invincible Standard
125
Convention between Austria France and Russia signed at Paris December
133
Message of the President of the United States of America to the Congress
135
R Bs Letter on Mr Addington and the Maidstone Opposition
163
SUMMARY OF POLITICSSebastianis Report to the First ConsulMission
175
Letter from Mr Jefferson President of the United States to the French National
181
Mr Cobbett on the Capture of the Invincible Standard by Anthony Lutz
187
Representation of the Board of Trade to Geo I on the right of cutting Logwood
209
Sebastianis Report to the First Consul of France from the Moniteur Jan 30 1803
215
Resolutions of the House of Representatives of the State of Kentucky Dec 1 1802 240
239
Extract from the Morning Post on Despard and his Associates
267
Letter from Gen Ney to C Mohr the Secretary of State at Berne Feb 9 1S03
273
Accurate Estimate of the Value of Buonapartes Dress on Gala Days
287
Letter from A R on the present State of the Navy
327
Official Communication from his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
339
Observers Letter on the Conduct of the Admiralty Board
373
Report of the Committee of Commerce of the United States on Countervailing
379
Bob and the Doctor a New Song to an Old Tune 598
397
Minutes of Proceedings from 4th to 9th March
403
An Letter on Lord Saint Vincent and the Navy
413
rested its defence and has committed its cause to the hands of
417
Broclamation of the Government of the Batavian Republic relative to Trade
427
an almost endless number and variety of articles and of subjects all pos
441
French Manifesto inserted in the Hamburgh Correspondenti March 30 1803
463
Xs Observations on His Majestys late Message to Parliament
489
Articles of Agreement for the Retention of the Cape of Good Hope 500
501
Mr Cobbetts First Letter to Mr Addington on the deceptious Tendency of
513
Oficial Papers relative to Gorce
523
Epigram on the Addingtonian Navy
555
Sketch of the Preliminaries of Pacification proposed by Lord Hawkesbury to M
567
Celebration of Hiley Addingtons Birth Day on the First of April
573
Blocks an Ode 594
593
Message from his Majesty announcing the Recall of Lord Whitworth from
597
The Grand Consultation 616
615
Letter from the Commandant of Senegal to the British Governor at Goree 524
617
The Doctors Mode of Practice proved to be neither new nor successful 618
663
Authentic Papers relative to the Rights and Claims of the People of Malta
673
Debate in the Lords March 3 on the Militia Training BillLord HobartDuke
721
TradeMaidstone OppositionMaltese DeputationThe Negotiation
723
Letter from Mr Cobbett to Lord Auckland comparing his Lordships Support
737
Memorial presented by the Maltese Deputies to Lord Hobart 680
743
Letter from Candidus in defence of Lord Hawkesbury 742
759
Extract of a Dispatch from Mr Liston to Lord Hawkesbury Hague
773
Extract of a Dispatch from Mr Merry to Lord Hawkesbury Paris
801
Strictures on the Operations of Lord St Vincent with regard to the French Fleet
833
Order of his Britannic Majesty for making Reprisals on the French Republic 750
853
Order for an Embargo of French and Dutch Vessels bound to Countries occupied
865
187
877
Ode for his Majestys BirthDay 1803 by H J Pye Esq Poet Laureat 876
879
SUMMARY OF POLITICSSaint DomingoAmerican StatesThe Conduct
895
Letter from Lieut Gen Mortier at Hanover to the French Minister at War
899
Orders issued at Hanover addressed to the Magistrates May 31 1803
901
Letter from Mr Cobbett to Mr Addington containing Strictures on the Budget
915
SUMMARY OF POLITICSHanoverThe King of SardiniaGarbled State Papers
927
SUMMARY OF POLITICSHanoverFrench Remarks on the BudgetFrench
947
Extract from the Moniteur on the Debates in the British Parliament relative
961
Convention signed between the Deputies of Hanover and Lieut Gen Mortier 900
969
Fragment of a Letter from Mr Burke to Dr Laurence 966
973
Review of Mr Addingtons Speech in the Committee of Ways and Means
991
BRITAIN AND FRANCE BETWEEN THE CONCLUSION OF THE TREATY
993
Extract of a Dispatch from Mr Merry to Lord Hawkesbury Paris
1007
Extract of a Dispatch from Lord Hawkesbury to Lord Whitworth
1021
Note from M Otto to Lord Hawkesbury 12th Prairial Year 9
1023
Extract of a Dispatch from Mr Casamajor to Lord Hawkesbury Berlin
1025
193
1195
IMPORTANT TRIALS
1209
Copy of Ld Hobarts Instructions to the Governors of Surinam Berbice Deme
1225
1236
1235
Papers No 1 to 3 inclusive presented May 24 1803
1249
20
1287
Debate in the Commons March 7 on the Irish RevenueMr CorryCol Bagsandf
1347
Debate in the Commons March 9 on the Kings Message relative to Military
1359
Debate in the Commons March 11 on the Supply to be granted to his Majesty
1373
Debate in the Commons March 14 on the Middlesex ElectionMr Sheridan
1397
202
1399
Debate in the Commons March 14 on the India BudgetLord Castlereagh
1415
Debate in the Lords March 16 on the Irish Post Office BillLord Auckland
1427
Debate in the Lords March 17 on the Irish Chalking ActLord Auckland
1447
Debate in the Commons March 22 on the Militia Officers BillMr Yorke
1459
Debate in the Commons March 28 on the Salt BillGen GascoyneMr
1479
41
1493
Debate in the Lords April 4 on the Militia Officers BillEarl RomneyMarquis
1505
coyne
1513
Debate in the Commons April 21 relative to mercantile AccommodationGen
1529
Debate in the Lords May 3 relative to the Bank of IrelandLord KingEarl
1553
Debate in the Lords May 5 on the Irish Bank Restriction BillLord KingMar
1573
A RyderMr Fox 1586
1599
Debate in the Commons May 13 on the State of the NegotiationLord G L
1611
Resolutions moved by Mr Patten on the Misconduct of his Majestys Ministers
1625
Debate in the Commons May 20 on the MilitiaMr YorkeCol PorterMr
1629
Mr AddingtonMr GreyMr CanningLord HawkesburyGen
1631
Debate in the Commons May 23 on the Address to the KingMr Pitt 1676
1685
Debate in the Commons May 25 on the War with FranceSir R PeeleMr 1
1715
Debate in the Commons June 3 on the Conduct of MinistersCol Patten
1749
Debate in the Commons June 6 on the Army EstimatesMr YorkeMr Wind
1785
Note from Lord Hawkesbury to M Otto in reply
1801
London July 1
1803
No 1
1825
OFFICIAL PAPERS ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED WITH THE PRELIMINARY
1857
Report laid before the House of Representatives on the 16th Dec 1802 by
1877
NOV 11
1881
Protocol of the Sitting of the 6th MarchMaltaNeapolitan Garrison
1893
NITEUR OF THE 7TH OF JUNE 1803
1909
33
Debate in the Commons June 13 on the BudgetMr Addington 1800
Note from Lord Grenville to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs Jan 4 1800 1152
DECLARATION OF THE KING OF ENGLAND ACCOMPANIED WITH OBSERVA
Note from Lord Grenville to M Otto August 29 1800
Notice from the American Consulate relative to American Vessels June 27 1803 971
44
List of Acts passed during the 2d Session of the 7th Congress of the United States
Statement exhibiting the Amount of Revenue accrued on account of Duties on
Minutes of Proceedings from Sth to 13th June
Lord Whitworth to Lord Hawkesbury Paris March 12
An Agreement between the Senecca Indians and a Company of Dutch Merchants
Decree of the Colonial Prefect of Martinico relative to the Duties on French
Table of the Number of Bankruptcies from January to June 1803 inclusive 2067
67
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Debate in the Commons Feb 11 on the MilitiaMr Yorke
Debate in the Commons June 16 on the State of the DeckYardsMr Whit
An Englishmans Second Letter on Lord St Vincent and the Navy
Debate in the Commons Feb 21 on the Dismissal of Mr MarshallSir
265
Andersons History of the Expedition to Egypt 400
2016
Extract from Le Richezze dell Italia passate in Franchia
Papers respecting the continuance of the French Troops in Holland ordered to
1862

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Page 373 - King there being, in contempt of our said lord the King and his laws, to the evil example of all others in the like case offending, and against the peace of our said lord the King, his crown and dignity.
Page 373 - In contempt of our said Lord the King and his laws, to the evil and pernicious example of all others in the like case offending, and against the peace of our said Lord the King, his crown and dignity.
Page 427 - Castlcreagh moved the order of the day for going into a Committee on the accounts presented relative to the affairs of the East-India Company.
Page 365 - Paine, wickedly, maliciously, and seditiously, did print and publish, and cause and procure to be printed and published...
Page 859 - And the right honourable the lords commissioners of his majesty's Treasury, the lords commissioners of the Admiralty, and the lord warden of the Cinque Ports, are to give the necessary directions herein as to them may respectively appertain.
Page 791 - We have thought fit, by and with the Advice of Our Privy Council, to issue this Our Royal Proclamation...
Page 651 - Pocket incurred to the Time of such Application being made, such Costs to be taxed according to the Practice of such Court...
Page 243 - And in consequence of the stipulations contained in the fourth article, his Catholic Majesty will permit the citizens of the United States, for the space of three years from this time, to deposit their merchandise and effects in the port of New Orleans, and to export them from thence without paying any other duty than a fair price for the hire of the stores; and his Majesty promises either to continue this permission, if he finds, during that time, that it is not prejudicial to the...
Page 749 - The conduct of the First Consul to his Majesty'? Ambassador at his audience, in presence of the Ministers Ministers of most of the Sovereigns and States of Europe, furnishes another instance of provocation on the part of the French Government, which it would be improper not to notice on the present occasion, and the subsequent explanation of this transaction may be considered as having the effect of aggravating, instead of palliating, the affront. " At the very time when his Majesty was demanding...

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