Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volumen3

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William Cobbett
R. Bagshaw, 1803
 

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Message of the President of the United States of America to the Congress
135
Extract of a Dispatch from Mr Liston to Lord Hawkesbury Hague
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Decree of the French Government relative to the Port and Commerce of Rouen
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on R Bs Letter on Mr Addington and the Maidstone Opposition
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Letter from Tropicus on the West India Commission 202
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Sebastianis Report to the First Consul of France from the Moniteur Jan 30 1803
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Letter from the Governor of Kentucky to the Speaker of the House of Represen
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Russia Mr Cobbetts Address to the Public on compleating the Second Volume of
259
Bob and the Doctor a New Song to an Old Tune 598
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Message of the President of the United States to the House of Representatives
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Letter from Mr Cobbett to Mr Mac Intosh on his Speech in Defence of Mr
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SUMMARY OF POLITICSState of the French RepublicMr Peltiers Trial
317
Observers Letter on the Conduct of the Admiralty Board
319
Letter from Mr Cobbett to Lord Hawkesbury on the Situation to which
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Letter from Mr Cobbett to Mr Sheridan on his gross Misrepresentations of
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DOMESTIC OFFICIAL PAPERS
403
Report of the Secretary of State to the President of the United States
407
Debate in the Commons March 9 on the Kings Message relative to Military
409
An Englishmans Letler on Lord Saint Vincent and the Navy
413
which have been long entertained by the French and some of
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therefore prefixed and to a very copious INDEX OF MATTERS
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ĩ gimentMr Cobbetis Observations thereon
449
Xs Observations on His Majestys late Message to Parliament
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Extract from a Publication by Juan Ventura Morales Intendant of Louisiana
491
Napper Tandys Second Letter to Mr Elliot
501
Letter from W C Clairborne to the Governor Gen of Louisiana Oct 28 1802 213
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French Manifesto inserted in the Hamburgh Correspondenti March 30 1803
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Epigram on the Addingtonian Navy
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Sketch of the Preliminaries of Pacification proposed by Lord Hawkesbury to M
567
Protest of the Bailiit of Ploen against the Proclamation of the Senate of Lubeck
577
Blocks an Ode 594
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First Letter to Mr Addington on the deceptious Tendency of
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Articles of Agreement for the Retention of the Cape of Good Hope
625
Letter from Projet and Contre Projet on the Peregrinations of the Richmond
645
Authentic Papers relative to the Rights and Claims of the People of Malta
673
Orders of the Commander in Chief of the French Army in St Domingo
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SUMMARY OF POLITICSPress GangsStock Jobbing NationFinance
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Debate in the Lords June 2 on the Conduct of MinistersLarl Fitzwilliam
729
Letter from Gen Boyer to the Minister of the Marine Colonies Domingo
735
Declaration of War on the Part of Great Britain against France
743
Letter from Candidus in defence of Lord Hawkesbury
759
Spiridion Foresti to Lord Hawkesbury Corfu Jan 2 1803 III
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Letter from the Secretary at War to the Inspecting Officers of the Recruiting
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ADDITIONAL PAPERS ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED WITH THE NEGOTIA
795
Lieut Gen Mortiers Address to the Inhabitants of the Electorate of Hanover
809
Strictures on the Operations of Lord St Vincent with regard to the French Fleet
835
Letter from Gen Boyer to the Minister of the Marine and Colonies Domingo 274
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Fragment of a Letter from Mr Burke to Dr Laurence
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Extract of a Dispatch from Lord St Helens to Lord Hawkesbury Peters
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Lord Whitworth to Lord Hawkesbury Paris March 14 1803
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Lord Hawkesbury to Lord Whitworth March 22 1052
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Extract of a Dispatch from Lord Whitworth to Lord Hawkesbury
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Extract of a Dispatch from Lord Whitworth to Lord Hawkesbury
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Letter from M Otto to Lord Hawkesbury May 23 1802 1142
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Note from Lord Grenville to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs Jan 4 1800 112
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New Projet for an Armistice between the French Republic and Great Britain 1109
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Note from M Otto to Lord Hawkesbury 12th Prairial Year 9
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IMPORTANT TRIALS
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FROM THURSDAY THE 3D of FEBRUARY THE DAY THE HOUSES MET AFTER
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Minutes of Proceedings from 3d to 8th February 183
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hamMr PittMiri YorkeMr PittMr Addington
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Minutes 230 February to 3d March
1291
Official Communication from his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
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Debate in the Commons March 14 on the Middlesex ElectionMr Sheridan
1397
Letter from J W on the Maltese Deputation
1403
Minutes of Proceedings from 9th to 15th March
1417
Debate in the Lords March 16 on the Irish Post Office BillLord Auckland
1427
Minules of Proceedings from 15th to 30th March
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Minutes of Proceedings from 31st March to 26th April
1489
Debate in the Commons April 20 on the Nottingham ElectionMr H Browne
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Minutes 28th April to is June
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Debate in the Lords May 3 relative to the Bank of Ireland Lord King Earl
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Debate in the Lords May 5 on the Irish Bank Restriction BillLord KingMar
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RyderMr Fox
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Proclamation for recalling and prohibiting Seamen from serving Foreign Princes
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Hawkesburys Answer to the above lote April 2
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London July 1
1803
Note from Citizen Joseph Buonaparté to Lord Cornwallis Amiens March 10
1895
Message from his Majesty announcing the Recall of Lord Whitworth from
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OBSERVATIONS ON THE MANIFESTO OF THE KING OF ENGLAND FROM THE
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A Bure
Notice from the American Consulate relative to American Vessels June 27 1803 971
List of Acts passed during the 2d Session of the 7th Congress of the United States
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Wisco
Extracts from american Papers relative to the Navigation and Commerce of
Memorial of the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce to Congress against the Re
Table of the Number of Bankruptcies from January to June 1803 inclusive 2067
Mr Cobbett on the Capture of the Invincible Standard by Anthony Lutz
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Proclamation addressed by the Landamman of Switzerland to the Nineteen
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1893
Minutes 13th to 30th June
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On the Cultivation and Manufacture of Cotton in America

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