Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 3

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William Cobbett
William Cobbett, 1803
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Table des matières

Buonapartes Address to the Helvetic Deputies published at Paris Dec 28 1802 14
53
General Orders by the Earl of Cavan before his Departure from Egypt Octo
59
Decree of the French Consuls relative to the Duty on Foreign Muslins 16
79
Reeves
97
No 1
107
Marcuss Hint to THE FAMILY
109
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
117
Letter from the Secretary at War to the Inspecting Officers of the Recruiting
129
Convention between Austria France and Russia signed at Paris December
133
Remonstrance of the Civil and Military Authorities of Constance against an
141
186
161
Letter from Mr Jefferson President of the United States to the French National
181
Debate in the Commons April 21 relative to mercantile AccommodationGen
183
SUMMARY OF POLITICSSebastianis Report to the First ConsulMission
187
Letter from Tropicus on the West India Commission 202
209
Sebastianis Report to the First Consul of France from the Moniteur Jan 30 1803
215
Extract from Capt Walshs History of the Campaign in Egypt relative to the Cap
225
Resolutions of the House of Representatives of the State of Kentucky Dec 1 1 1802 240
239
Debate in the Lords May 3 relative to the Bank of IrelandLord KingEarl
247
286
257
Debate in the Commons May 3 relative to the Nottingham ElectionMr
263
The Traitors
267
Fox at Buonapartes Levees
269
Letter from Gen Ney to C Mohr the Secretary of State at Berne Feb 9 1803
273
Letter from Mr Cobbett to Mr Mac Intosh on his Speech in Defence of
289
SUMMARY OF POLITICSState of the French RepublicMr Peltiers Trial
317
March 15
337
Official Communication from his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
339
Letter from Mr Cobbett to Lord Hawkesbury on the Situation to which
343
Debate in the Lords March 18 on the NavyEarl CarlisleLord EldonEarl
347
Observers Letter on the Conduct of the Admiralty Board
359
Copy of the Information against Mr Peltier for a Libel upon Buonaparté 362 33
373
nittee Report of the Committee of Commerce of the United States on Countervailing
379
404
385
Message from his Majesty relative to Military Preparations in the Ports of France
403
Letter from the Sec of State to the Lord Lieutenants of Maritime Counties
405
An Englishmans Letter on Lord Saint Vincent and the Navy 392
413
historian The disrespectful expressions made use of in these writings
417
Proclamation addressed by the Landamman of Switzerland to the Nineteen
425
Message from his Majesty for raising and enrolling the Supplementary Militia
429
an almost endless number and variety of articles and of subjects all pos
441
Minutes of Proceedings from 8th to 13th June
449
Debate in the Commons Feb 11 on the MilitiaMr Yorke
461
Address of the City of London to his Majesty on the Commencement of
463
Swenska on the Politics of France 480
489
Articles of Agreement for the Retention of the Cape of Good Hope 500
501
Order for an Embargo on French and Dutch Vessels
503
Mr Cobbetts First Letter to Mr Addington on the deceptious Tendency of
513
Anacreontic sung at the Anniversary of Hiley Addingtons BirthDay
521
Official Papers relative to Goree
523
SUMMARY OF POLITICSThe Hamburgh ManifestoThe Affair of Goree
541
Addingtons BirthDay on the First of April
545
French Manifesto inserted in the Hamburgh Correspondenti March 30 1803
561
Sketch of the Preliminaries of Pacification proposed by Lord Hawkesbury to M
567
Mr Cobbetts Third Letter to Mr Addington on the deceptious Tendency of
577
Origin of the prevailing Influenza called La Grippe
595
SUMMARY OF POLITICSCharge of MinistryPeace or War?Mr Sheridan 600
609
Letter from the Commandant of Senegal to the British Governor at Goree 524
617
SUMMARY OF POLITICSNonResidence of the ClergyAmerica and Louisiana
627
J Bs Remarks of Swenskas Letter on the Politics of France and Russia
641
Debate in the Commons March 23 on the Roman Catholic BillSir
669
Authentic Papers relative to the Rights and Claims of the People of Malta
673
Orders issued at Hanover addressed to the Magistrates May 31 1803
685
718
705
TradeMaidstone OppositionMaltese DeputationThe Negotiation
723
750
729
Memorial presented by the Maltese Deputies to Lord Hobart 680
737
Letter from Candidus in defence of Lord Hawkesbury 742
759
792
769
Extract from the Clef du Cabinet relative to M de Tinseau 790
791
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
Col Grahams Address to the Maltese exciting them to storm Valetta 774
847
SUMMARY OF POLITICS HanoverFrench 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
975
PAPERS RELATING TO THE NEGOTIATIONS CARRIED ON BETWEEN GREAT
993
Lord Hawkesbury to Mr Merry August 28
1007
Mr Moore to Lord Hawkesbury Constance October 31
1019
Note from M Otto to Lord Hawkesbury 12th Prairial Year 9
1023
Lord Whitworth to Lord Hawkesbury Paris January 17 1803
1047
Lord Hawkesbury to Lord Whitworth April 13
1063
Paris May 4
1077
IIII
1115
Oct 25 1802
1127
Extract of a Dispatch from Mr Liston to Lord Hawkesbury Hague
1135
Extract of a Dispatch from Lord Whitworth to Lord Hawkesbury Paris
1137
No 1
1151
Reply of the English Government to the above Official Answer Sept 7 1800 1162
1165
Note from M Otto to Lord Grenville 1st Vendémiaire Year 9 1174
1177
1180
1179
Note from M Otto to Lord Hawkesbury 4th Thermidor Year 9
1191
Letter from M de Talleyrand to Citizen Otto 24th Fructidor Year 9
1203
IMPORTANT TRIALS
1209
ESSAYS
1235
Debate in the Lords March 28 on the Irish Chalking BillLord Ellenborough
1255
20
1303
403
1347
Debate in the Lords April 1 on the Clergy NonResidence BillEarl of Carlisle
1371
Debate in the Lords April 4 on the Militia Officers BillEarl RomneyMarquis
1393
Debate in the Commons March 14 on the India BudgetLord Castlereagh
1415
427
1417
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
509
1461
667
1489
Debate in the Lords April 6 on the Militia Officers BillEarl of RadnorLord
1511
1530
1529
810
1535
1554
1563
Debate in the Lords May 9 on the Negotiations for PeaceLord PelhamEarl
1577
813
1601
Debate in the Commons May 13 on the State of the NegotiationLord G L
1611
APPENDIX TO
1625
Mr AddingtonMr GreyMr CanningLord Hawkesbury
1631
817
1685
Debate in the Commons May 19 on the NegotiationMr GreyLord Haw
1691
33
1707
Debate in the Commons May 25 on the War with FranceSir R PeeleMr
1715
869
1729
870
1749
872
1781
Debate in the Commons June 6 on the Army EstimatesMr YorkeMr Wind
1785
993
1799
London July 1
1803
Protocol of the Sitting of the 19th Jan St Pierre and MiquelonNewfoundland
1861
1874
1873
Protocol of the Sitting of the 6th MarchMaltaNeapolitan GarrisonOrder
1885
Papers respecting the continuance of the French Troops in Holland ordered to
1909
Debate in the Commons June 13 on the BudgetMr Addington 1800
1919
DECLARATION OF THE KING OF ENGLAND ACCOMPANIED WITH OBSERVA
1937
37
1981
Notice from the American Consulate relative to American Vessels June 27 1803 971
44
Report laid before the House of Representatives on the 16th Dec 1802 by
Abstract of the Quantity of Fish exported from the United States the amount
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
1233
Debate in the Commons June 16 on the State of the DockYardsMr Whit
Extracts from American Papers relative to the Navigation and Commerce of
1909
Letter from Mr Cobbett to Mr Wilberforce on his Conduct with respect to
1088

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Page 367 - Middlesex unlawfully and maliciously did print and publish and cause and procure to be printed and published...
Page 747 - ... and goods, that are or shall be taken, and to hear and determine the same ; and. according...
Page 339 - The king shall mourn, and the prince shall be clothed with desolation, and the hands of the people of the land shall be troubled...
Page 657 - Bounty (that is, the governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy).
Page 423 - 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 369 - 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 367 - Jackson's traitorous purposes before mentioned, in contempt of our said lord the King and his laws, to the evil example of all others in the like case offending, contrary to the duty of the allegiance of him, the saiil William Stone, against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our said lord the King, his crown and dignity.
Page 237 - I was led by the regard due to the rights and interests of the United States and to the just sensibility of the portion of our fellow-citizens more immediately affected by the irregular proceeding at New Orleans to lose not a moment in causing every step to be taken which the occasion claimed from me, being equally aware of the obligation to maintain in all cases the rights of the nation and to employ for that purpose those just and honorable means which belong to the character of the United States.
Page 135 - ... to keep in all things within the pale of our constitutional powers, and cherish the federal union as the only rock of safety, — these, fellow citizens, are the landmarks by which we are to guide ourselves in all our proceedings.
Page 133 - I lay before you an act of the British parliament, anticipating this subject, so far as to authorize a mutual abolition of the duties and countervailing duties, permitted under the treaty of 1794. It shows on their part a spirit of justice and friendly accommodation, which it is our duty and our interest to cultivate with all nations.

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