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No. 1. His majesty's message to the new parliament...................................................

Remarks on the propriety of the dissolution of the late parliament, and objections answered.
Proceedings in Parliament, the Oude Question-Revival of Private bills-Committee of
Finance The Carnatic and Polygar questions.........

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The expedition of Sir Francis Burdett from Piccadilly to the Crown and Anchor Tavern in
the Strand.............
Essay on the Theory of Money ...................................

14 No. 2. Vindication of lord Wellesley's conduct relative to the transactions in Oude............... 17

Mr. Ryder's speech, on the 26th of June, against lord Howick's amendment to the address... 21 Verax's letter on the Yorkshire election, in answer to “ one of lord Milton's (nearly) 9000 plumpers.”.........

27 Essay on the Theory of Money, (continued) to shew the true nature and properties of coins, and their connection with the first principle, or the standard unit.....

29 Anglicus's letter on the conduct of the Porte..........

31 No. 3. Historical Digest of the campaign to the conclusion of the armistice near Tilsit-Account of the deposition of the Sulian Selim..........

33 Vindication of lord Wellesley's conduct relative to the arrangements in the Carnatic, with the speech of Sir Arthur Wellesley on the subject.................. Essay on the Theory of Money, (continued) to shew the nature and properties of paper money, and its connection with the standard unit ....... ............................................

46 No. 4. On the state of Public Affairs.........

49 Parliamentary Proceedings. On the shipping interest-Anouity granted to Sir John Stuart

-Observations on the battle of Maida--Remarks on the exclusion of strangers from the
House of Commons....................

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Vindication of lord Wellesley's conduct relative to the arrangements in the Carnatic.......... 54
No. 5. Reflections upon the present state of our country-On the folly of cherishing the hope,
and the dangers which must ensue from the conclusion of a peace...........

65 On the last House of Commons, which contained one-hundred members, known and avowed dissenters from the established church............

71 Observator's letter upon the inflammatory allusions in the public prints, at the exclusion of strangers upon Mr. Whitbread's motion, with remarks on the partial and incorrect method of reporting the debates.......

.............. 72 A defence of the popular cry of “ No Popery.".

73 Parliamentary Proceedings, with remarks-Exclusion of Strangers from the House of Lords -The measure justified upon considerations of public safety, in cases where the disclosure of our preparations and military arrangements might be useful to the enemy-On the slovenly manner of reporting the debates, the speeches in reply being almost always omitted........... 74 On the question relative to the Polygars......

78 Declaration of the governor in council of Fort St. George, on the assumption of the Carnatic.......

80 Armistice between France and Russia, on the 21st of June, at Tilsit... Proclaination of he tyrant to his army...

86 Official account of the operations and defeat of the British army at Rosetta................... 87 Operations of the British army in Spanish America.........

93 Order for the stspension of the blockade of the rivers Elbe, Weser, and Enis.................. 94

Treaty of peace between his Britannic majesty and the king of Prussia, signed at Memel, 28th
Jan. 1807...............

ibid. Circular note fran the court of Vienna to the belligerent powers, offering its mediation 95

Answer of the bench cabinet thereto........ No. 6. Of the folly of cherishing the hope, and the dangers which must ensue from the conclusion of peace, (ontinued.)...........

97 Reflections uponlord Castlereag h’s plan for the increase of the public force ......... Observations onsur dispute with America-The attack made by the Leopard on the American frigate, Clesapeake...........

103 Essay on the Thory of Money-(continued) Of free paper money...

104 Letter of A. D Y. against the reduction of the militia, and proposing a bounty of two guineas per milija man to enlist again, and a ballot for the line.........

108 Treaty of peacebetween France and Prussia, signed at Tilsit on the oth of July...... ibid. Inflammatory priceedings at New York, on the ed of July, in consequence of the attack upon the Chesapeake frigate................. .............

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No. 7. On the necessity of a vigorous prosecution of the war, as the only security hereby the power, liberties, and independence of this country can be preserved......

113 The means by which the war may be pursued, so as to consolid..te our security.... ............... 114 Abstract of ihe act for enlarging the term, and aliering the powers of several acts, for the maintenance and repair of the harbour of Dover........

119 Essay on the Theory of Money, (continued.) ...... Observations on the conduct of the late ministry toward, our allius..........

124 Juba's letter on the patriotism and quackery of All the Talents..

132 Remarks on a pamphiet, entitled Thoughts on the Catholic question.".

134 Admiral Berkeley's order for searching the American frigate, Chesapeake.....

13 Proclamation of the president of the United States, interdicting the admission of British armed vessels into the harbours of the United States, and prohibiting the citizens from aifording them any aid

ibid. Treaty of peace between France and Russia, signed at Tuisito

cn the 7th July..

140 Note of Mr. Canning, secretary of state for foreign affairs, to prince Stahrember, the Austrian ambassador, accepting, in his majesty's name, of the proffered mediation of the emperor of Austria.....

143 The Russian minister, M. de Budberg's note to the same effect, addressed to count Meerteld, the Austrian ambassador ......

ibid. The new constitution of the duchy of Wars W.......

............................. 144 No. 8. The king's message to both Houses of Parliament, with remarks thereon, and a retrospect of our forcign policy.......

145 Thoughts upon our relations with America.......

........................................... 152 Historical Digest of foreign affairs, since the peace of Tilsit......................

ir... 155 Essay on the Theory of Mon:va-(continued.)-On Exchange...............

157 Imperial Ukuse, respecting Elish merchants.......

159 No. 9. Historical Digest of foreign affairs—State of inodern France.............

161 ReAccrions upon the treaties of Tulsiy, and upon the present relative political powers of the lare belligerents..........

163 Remarks on the report of the Committee of the House of Commons on West India affairs, shewing that the islands may be supplied from the British settlements in North America....... 168 Essay on the Theory of Money (continued.)...........

169 Report of the Committee of the House of Commons, on the commercial state of the West India colonies, ordered to be printed, Aug. 8, 1807.........

172 The Tyrant's speech to the deputies of the French legislative body, &c. Aug. 17.............. 175 Spirited answer of the Prussian court to the Austrian offer of Mediation.......

176 No. 10. Of the policy suited to the exigencies of the Times........

177 Memoir, containing a plan for ascertaining, at stated periods, our national resources and population.........

181 Historical Digest of foreign affairs-Defence of the expedition against Denmark - The conduct of our government contrasted with that of the tyrant, in the subversion of the Venetian republic........... Proclamation of the king of Denmark, declaring war against England, Aug. 16 ............. 191 Proclamation issued, August 16, at Zealand, by admiral Gambier and lord Cathcait, explanatory of the mo:ives of the British governinent in demanding the temporary deposit of the Danish navy..........,

ibid. No. 11. Of the justice and policy of our expedition to Denmark......

........... 193 Memorial of the English merchants in Russia to lord Douglas, concerning the renewal of the treaty of commerce with that country......

194 Essay on the Theory of Money--(concluded.)..........

196 Addresses of the French legislative body and tribunate to the tyrant, on the 4th of August... 200 Report of Cretet, the French minister of the interiour, on the state of the French empire, August 24...... Order of council for preventing vessels from clearing out for any of the parts of Denmark, and for laying a general embargo on Danish vessels, Sept. 2......

204 Note from the Swedish minister to Mr. Canning, announcing the blocade of the rivers Peene and Oder, and all the ports of Swedish Pomerania, by the navil forces of his Swedish majesty.....

.... ...ibid. Official dispatches from admiral Gambier and lord Cathcart relative to the operations of the army and navy in Zealand..... The king of Denmark's circular notice to the duchy of Holstein, for the sizuie of English goods, Aug. 19...

208 No. 12. Reflections upon the evacuation of Soạth America-its causes anl consequences... 209

Thoughts on the impending fate of Portugal, and the policy which weshould pursue in order to secure the Portuguese navy, and to assist the removal of the cour to Brazil......... 216 Manifesto of the viceroy of Peru, on the capture of Buenos Ayres by the English........ 222 General Whitelocke's disgusting official dispatch of the plan of his attackof Buenos Ayres, and of his defeat, and disgraceful capitulation to evacuate the whole ceninent of Spanish America, after he had beaten the enemy, together with admiral Murray; dispatches, and articles of the capitulation........

224 Declaration of the court of Denmark against England............

234 Further officialdetails of the operations before Copenhagen, and of the surrender of the city, arsenals, and feet...........

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No. 13. Historical Digest of foreign affairs – The capture of the Danish fleet, its causes and

probable consequences.....

Further considerations relative tɔ Portugal, and an historical sketch of the perilous con-

dition of that country iti 1762...

Thoughts on West-in ja affairs, and on the iniluence of fanatic preachers there................ 250

Oficial account of lieut. col. con. John Greyhairs, of the sporting expedition to the neigh-

bourhood of Ipswich...........

Ode on the genius of Britain......

Letter from a planter ia Jamaici, stating the distresses of that island......

Letter from the same quarter by it niethodist, who signs bimset Weritus, exhibiting the

groans of the saints, and enciosivý a judicious act of the legislature of Jamaica, to prevent

methodistical vagabonas from preacting without being July qualified by law.......... 257

Admiral Gambier's order for the biuc kade of siralsund.....

Official details of the operations betere Copenhagen, and luru Cathedrt's journal......

Spanish correspon tence respecting gene' al Deresford.......

Dutch decree against English commerce......

No. 14. Historical Digest of foreign affairs--Stedfast perseverance of the king of Swedlen in

the public cause-Fallen anl pitcous coudiuon of the king of Prussia--politics of Austria,

and of Russia........

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Refutation of the arguments contained in a pamplet, entitled, “ Observations on the pre-

sent state of India, iltid en sir Philip iran is's ieiter to lord Howi mo'

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His majesty's Declaracion relative to che erpecition in the Baltic......

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Address of en Caciques from the Panns of Buenos Ayres to the Cabildo of that city,

promising their co-opera:iv against ili British forces.......

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The Publicista of Buenos niitä io cittadBereurd.......

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Dutch decree, enjoining a ripetus tulexclusion of all intercourse with Great Britain 285

No.15. Further considerations repleting the expedition to Denmark, and the evacuation of

Zealand recoin:nended..........

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Obervations on the Dut n decree again t British commerce......

295

Analytical review of a publication, entitled, Areply to the Sirietures of tne Idinburgh

Review, on the foreign po icy of Siara;uis Wellesley's administralon in India, &c. by

Lawrence Dundas Campbell, esq.”..

Address from the commission of the new government of visit to the tizeits............ 2004

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Nu 16. Historical Digest of forrinn aftairs-Thoughes on the Prussian en of our com-
merce, and on the necessity of the immediate cultivatiou o our waste and womealands,
to supply the d:ficit in the in portation sroin the Baliic; and on the pipriery or ; ying
greater attention to our fisheries...

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Prussian atlairs. .................

Politics of Russia...

State of Turkey..........

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Danish. orders respoering ine cow.ct to be observed, curing the present war, rilievo to
English goods, and joisons de jued...

Prussian proclamations against Drish commerce.....

No. 17. Considerations on our diy die with America, and a copy of admiral Eerkeley? pro-

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of pardon to deseriers on their rejoining their ships.....

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Letter from an anonyrious correspondent, on the views of Russia........

Airpcdotes of the late Mr. Pitt.....

Turkish proclamation on the late revo'ution at Constantinople...........

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Proclamation of the emperor Alex..nder on ihe peace of Tiisit........
Treaty of Armistice betwecu Russia and the Poric....
Decree of the emperor Alexar.d r, iesporting the ingress and egress of foreigners...........
Oficial report of the Russian adnia Svin, relative to the actions of the 11th of May,
and 19th of June, brux en the Ru. ndio and Turkish squadrons....

ibid.
His majesty's proclamation of Oct. 16, for recal.ing and prohibiting seamen from serving

foreign princes and states..

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No. 18. Further consivierations on the dispute with Amerira......

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Analytic review of a pamphlet, entitled, " The Crisis, by the author of Plain Facts; or,

a Review of the conduct of the late ministers,”.

339

Of the benevolent internal a 'ministration of lord Wellesley in India..
Proceedings of the court-martial, holden in Halifax harbour, for the trial of Jenkin Ratford,

for mutiny, desertion, and contempt......

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No. 19. Pacific Observations on the cry for peace in the north of England........... ........ 353

Letier from Raleigh on the concessions to neutia's, and the ruinous consequences which

have resulted from the infatuated adherence to the new system................

Letter from T. L. on the reception of Louis XVIII.......

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Amicus to the editor of the Satirisi.......

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Poetical address to Britons, by Britannicus..

ibid.

Further official dispatches from admiral Gambier and lord Cathcart, relative to the expedirion

against Denmark..

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Provisional government of ih 20 Islands in the Adriatic.............

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Remarks on general Whitelocke's plan of operations againsi Buenos Ayres........ ............. 377
Order of his majesty in council, for making reprisals against Denmark.......
Order of his majesty in council, for general reprisals against the ships, goods, and inhabitants
of Tuscany, Naples, Ragusa, the Seven Islands, and all other places in the Mediterranean and
Adriatic seas, occupied by, or in alliance with, France..........
Official note of his majesty's commissioners, Jords Holland and Aukland, to the American
ministers, previous to the signature of the treaty...

Treaty between Great Britain and America....... ................. ................................ ***
No. 21. Further observations on the cry for peace................
Answer to an attack on Marquis Wellesley in the Morning Chronicle .......

ze Maulius's letter on the retaliatory proclamation of his majesty...

39 Letter from a merchant in Buenos Ayres, relative to the operations of the British a:ad Spanish forces.......

398 His majesty's proclamation, subjecting all the ports of Europe, except in the powers not at war with us, to blockade........

299 No. 22. Publicola's letter against a peace.....

403 Civis's letter on the reform of abuses in the commissariat department............................ 40 Letter of " A Payer of Taxes," on the the regulation and exiension of existing taxes......... 407 Miles Britannicus's account of the action at Buenos Ayres..

404 Lines, occasioned by reading certain orders, previous to, and after, the attack on a remote town.... On the reduction of the College at Calcutta....... Analytical review of the Rev. Mr. Brand's refutation of the charge brought against the Marquis Wellesley, on account of his conduct to the Nabob of Oude......

... ibid. Continuation of his majesty's orders in council........... ............. ................................... 415 Portuguese proclamation for excluding British commerce...................... No. 23. Historical Digest of foreign affairs--Afflicting condition of the people of the northern

states of the continent-Reforms of the Prussian government-On the cessation of our intercourse with Russia........

4'. Analytical review of Mr. Brand's pamphlet (continued.)..

.................... 42 Declaration of the emperor of Russia prohibiting all intercourse with Great Britain........

..........4 Turkish dispatch relative to the evacuation of Egypt by the British army...

42 Observations in the French gazette on the expedition to Denunark. ............................ 43

Continuation of his majesty's orders in council.................................................... 43 No. 24. Reflections upon the conduct of America... ............ ..............................43 of Russia......

................ 43 The opposition party, versus Sir Home Popham and the Corporation of London...... 44 Verses addressed to the author of a print entitled “Charon's boar”.

44 Analysis of the three orders of council....

4 Proceedings at the court of common council, on Mr. Waiihman's motion to rescind the vote of thanks to Sir Home Popham.... Continuation of his majesty's orders in council.............

Message of the American president to congress at the opening of its session.......... .......... 41 No. 25. Plan of finance .

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Historical Digest-Proceedings in Holland.
Letter II. of "A Payer of Taxes," on the regulation and extension of existing taxes.
Miles Britannicus's refutation of the falsehoods, contained in the Spanish inerchant's letter,
relative to our operation at Buenos Ayres.
T. P.'s letter on the decay of religion
Continuation of his majesty's orders in council.
French decree respecting the commerce of the Weser
Danish patent, inflicting penalties on such Danes as carry on trade with England.
The king of Spain's decree relative to the conspiracy of the prince of Asturias.
Royal correspondence upon the same subject
French reply to his majesty's declaration relative to the expedition to Copenhagen
Address to correspondence on some of the causes of the decay of religion.
No. 26. Affairs of Portugal

Letter III. of “A Payer of Taxes,” on the regulation and extension of existing taxes.
Analytical review of Mr. Brand's pamphlet (concluded.)
Tyranny and corruption-Exeracted from the Shrewsbury Chronicle of Dec. 18.
French reply to his majesty's declaration relative to the expedition to Copenhagen (concluded.)
His majesty's declaration against Russia, and order of council.
Emigration of the court of Portugal.
Proclamation of the prince regent of Portugal.
Spanish order seferred to in Jefferson's speech
Russian Ukase.
Return of the English frigate, presented to the king of Denmark.

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