Cobbett's Political Register, Volumen3

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DDITIONAL PAPERS ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED THE Negotia
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tter from the Sec of State to the Lord Lieutenants of Maritime Counties
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Compulsory Adoption of Vaccine Inoculation and the Prosecution of
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Extract of a Dispatch from Mr Merry to Lord Hawkesbury Paris
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Letter from W B on the Conduct of the Admiralty
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No 1
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Mr Cotbelts Address to Foreigners on publishing Le Mercure Anglois
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Letter from Mr Jefferson President of the United States to the French National
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DOMESTIC OFFICIAL PAPERS
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SUMMARY OF PoliticsSebastianis Report to the First ConsulMissin
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Letter from Tropicus on the West India Commission
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Letter from Mr Cobbett to Lord Hawkesbury on the consequences of the Cession
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ACES from all which it is hoped great assistance will be
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Court of the Thuilleries described
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SUMMARY OP POLITICSExecution of Despard and his AssociatesMethodists
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Letter from Mr Cobbett to Lord Hawkesbury on the Conduct which will hereafter
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View of the State of the French Republic presented to the Legislative Body
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SUMMARY OF POLITICSState of the French RepublicMr Peltiers Trial
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opy of the loformation against Mr Peltier for a Libel upon Buonaparté
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Napper Tandys Letter to Mr Elliot
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Copy of the Information against Mr Peltier for a Libel upon Buonaparté 362
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MMARY OF POLITICSFinance and the FundsArmy and NavyWar
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rested its defence and has committed its cause to the hands of
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SUMMARY OF POLITICSWestIndiesSt DomingoLouisiana The Tur
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Invincible StandardStatement of the Fielu Ollicers of the Queens German
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Letter from A R on the present state of the Navy
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SUMMARY OF POLITICS United States of AmericaViews of FranceMr
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PUBLIC PAPERS
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Napper Tandys Second Letter to Mr Elliot 502
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Articles of Agreement for the Retention of the Cape of Good Hope
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he Traitors Epitaph
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SUMMARY OF POLITICs The Hamburgh Manifeto The Affair of Goree
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Letter from the Commandant of Senegal to the British Governor at Goree
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Mr Cobbetts Third Letter to Mr Addigion on the deceptious Tendency of
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Circular Letter from the French Minister of the Interior respecting FlatBoats
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Tie Doctor defended by Precedent
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Letter from Col Frazer Gov of Gorec to the Commandant of Senegal
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burgh May 7 1802
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Misocosmopolis on Ker Porter and his Battle of Lodi
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Authentic Papers relative to the Rights and Claims of the People of Malta
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7 1803
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Authentic Papers relative to the Rights and Claims of the People of Malta
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Letter from Mr Cobbett to Lord Auckland on the dangerous Tendency of
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Letter from J W on the Maltese Deputation
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Declaration of War on the Part of Great Britain against France
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Col Grahams Address to the Maltese exciting them to storm Valetta
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Extract from the Clef du Cabinet relative to M de Tinseau
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Declaration of France relative to the Rupture with England
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Note from the Russian Prime Minister relative to the Guarantee of Malta 853
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Arrêté of the First Consul prohibiting the Importation of British Merchandize
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Ode for his Majestys BirthDay 1803 by H J Pyc Esq Poet Laureat
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Letter from Mr Cobbett to Mr Addington containing Strictures on the Budget
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Lieut Gen Mortiers Address to the Inhabitants of the Electorate of Hanover
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an almost endless number and variety of articles and of subjects all pos
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Guarantee of the Emperor of Germany to the 10th Art of the Treaty
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Extract of a Dispatch from Mr Merry to Lord Hawkesbury Paris
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PAPERS respecTING THE RESTITUTION OF CERTAIN CONQUERED PLACES
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Letter from M Otto to Lord Hawkesbury May 23 1802
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Copy of His Majestys Order for the Restitution of certain Islands or Settle
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Note from Lord Hawkesbury to M Otto in reply
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Protocol of the Sitting of the 12th of Jan 1802Fortifications of Malta 1858
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IMPORTANT TRIALS
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col of the Sitting of the 19th Jan St Pierre and MiquelonVewfoundland
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Mr BurdonMr TierneyMr AddingtonMr FoxCol Grosvenor
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pate in the Commons March 7 on the Establishment of the Prince of Wales
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Official Answer of the French Government to the above Note 17th Fructidor
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Jae in the Lords March 11 on the Affairs of SwisserlandLord Minio
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bate in the Lords March 14 on the Prince of Waless Annuity BillLord
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Debate in the Lords March 18 on the NavyEarl CarlisleLord EldonEarl
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Debate in the Commoris March 22 on the Militia Officers Bill Mr Yorke
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Debate in the Commons March 30 on the Grenada Loan Bill Sir R Buxton
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Debate in the Lords April 4 on the Militia Officers BillEarl RomneyMarquis
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Debate in the Commons April 6 on the Clergy NonResidence BillSir
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coyne
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bate in the Commons April 2 relative to the Cape of Good HopeLord
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FolkestoneMr Fox Mr Martin
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Debate in the Lords May 3 relative to the Bank of IrelandLord KingEarl
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Debate in the Lords May 6 on the Insolvent Debtors BillEarl MoiraLord
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Debate in the Lords May 13 on FinanceLord KingLord AucklandEarl
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Debate in the Commons May 17 on the consolidating CustomsGen Gas
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Debate in the Commons May 20 on the MiliciaMr Yorkecol PorterMr 1624
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Copy of Ld Hobarts Instructions to the Governors of Surinam Berbice Deme
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Copy of Ld Hobarts Instructions to the Governors of Surinam Berbice Deme
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Proclamation for recalling and prohibiting Seamen from serving Foreign Princes
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London July 1
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ipper Tandys Second Letter to Mr Elliot
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Protocol of the Sitting of the 27th Jan Treaty of Peace c
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Copy of an Instruction from Lord Hobart to Lieut Gen Dundas
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ol of the Sitting of the 21st Feb Ottoman Porle King of EtruriaItalian
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1King of Naples Picdmort
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Protocol of the Situing of the 6th MarchMalta Neapolitan Garrison 1890
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Letter from Mr King to Lord Hawkesbury May 15 1803
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Note from Citizen Joseph Buonaparté to Lord Cornwallis Amiens March 19 1896
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ESSAYS
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DECLARATION OF THE KING OF ENGLAND ACCOMPANIED WITH OBSERVA
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OF LORD Whit
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ice from the American Consulate relative to American Vessels June 27 180 971
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tress of Mr Cobbet to the Public on commencing the present Volume
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List of Acts passed during the 2d Session of the 7th Congress of the United States
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WORTH PROM PARIS MAY 12 1803
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An Agreement between the Senecca Indians and a Company of Dutch Merchants
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ement of the Lands sold in the Districts of Cincinnati Steubenville Chilicothe
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pate in the Commons May 3 relative to the Nottingham ElectionMr
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Trial of Lieut Col George Mackenzie Capt John MDonogh Ensign George
Extract of a Dispatch from Mr Garlike to Lord Hawkesbury Peters
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Note from Gen Andreossi to Lord Hawkesbury March 10

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Página 371 - Middlesex unlawfully and maliciously did print and publish and cause and procure to be printed and published...
Página 751 - ... and goods, that are or shall be taken, and to hear and determine the same ; and. according...
Página 343 - The king shall mourn, and the prince shall be clothed with desolation, and the hands of the people of the land shall be troubled...
Página 661 - Bounty (that is, the governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy).
Página 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.
Página 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.
Página 371 - 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.
Página 241 - 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.
Página 139 - ... 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.
Página 137 - 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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