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inic,, isang ling? :CHAP. IV. rust compositor the cash to Campaign in Portugal Motion in the House of Commons by sbord

H. Petty, for & Resokition of the House, declaring that thA Convention of Cintra, and a Maritime Convention concluded nearly at the same Time of the Tagus, had disappointed, the Hopes and Expectations of the Country -- And for a Second, declaring that in the Opinion of the House of Commons, those Conventions had, in a great measure, arisen from the Misconduct and Neglect of His Majesty's Ministers. Oppased, and the Conduct of Ministry explained and defended by Lord Castlereagh.- Lord Petty's Motions supported by General Tarleton.-Views and Motives of Sir Arthur Wellesley throughout the Expedition to Portugal explained by himself-Speech of Mr. Windham in Reply to Lord Castlereagh.---Lord Petty's Motions negatived.--Campaign in Spain--Inquiry into moved in the House of Commons by Mr. Ponsonby.--Mr. Ponsonby's Motion supported by Mr. Windham-Opposed by Lord Castlereagh, Mr. Canning, and other Speakers.--Negatived .................. 54

CHAP. V. The Proceedings and Debates in Parliament, either retrospective or prosspective. The prospective arranged into general Heads.- The House 1 of Commons in a Commitlee of Ways of Means --The Budget. The

Irish Budget. Proceedings of the House of Commons on the Fourth Report of the Committee of Public Expenditure : which related to the Misconduct of the Commissioners appointed for the Disposal of Dutch

Captured Property.-Resolutions on the Subject of Finance moved by I'Mr. Vansittart-Agreed to.--Abuses brought to Light by the Terth

Report of the Commissioners of Naval Revision --Resolutions. moved

thereon in the House of Commons, by șir . Pole--- Negativedo - Reports of the Commissioners of Military Inquiry-- Enormous Abuses

and Frauds ....................... .... ...... 80

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. 's Measures for the Augmentation of the Regular ArmyMilitia Complestion Bill. The facts of Lord Castlereagh's Plan, for this purpose,

compared with that of Mr. Windham's - State of the Regular Arnty Dat the present moment. Deficiency of Numbers in the Second BattaLilions To Supply, this deficiency, the Object of the Militia Completion

Bill--This Bill Passed.--Marine, Mutiny Bill. The Corps of Ma. rines recommended to Public Notice and Favour, by Sir Charles Pole .......

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viii Inquiry by the House of Commons into the Conduct of the Commande

in-Chief, His royal Highness the Duke of York. The Inquiry into the Conduct of the Duke not confined to his official Acts.--The Lord Ches. cellor and the Duke of Portland vindicated against false Insinuation in Mrs. Clarke. Many corrupt Practices unveiled of the Rerere Mr. Basely, Chaplain to the Bishop of London - Of the Reverend Dr. O'Meara-and, in favour, though alledged to be without the K200 ledge, of the Reverend Mr. G. H. Glasse, Rector of Hanuell.-Cts. racter and behaviour of. Mrs. Clarke on her examination before the House of Commons.-Deep Interest of the whole Nation in the Inges into the Conduct of the Duke of York.-Reflections ..........'n

CHA P. VIII. : :
Inquiries arising out of that into the Conduct of the Duke of York-

Bill to prevent the Šale and Brokerage of Offices.--Abuses of the Pa tronage of the East India Company.Charges of the Abuse of Ministes rial Influence and Power against Lord Castlereagh ............ 149

CHAP. ix.

Charges of Corrupt Practices in influencing the returns of Members ta

Parliament against Mr. Perceval and Lord Castlereagh, by Ms. Madocks.-Motion of Mr. Madocks on this Subject--An Amendment proposed by Lord Milton.-- Another by Mr. Davy Giddy. The argued Object of Mr. Madocks's Motion, ă Reform in Parliament.--Both Amendments negatived-As well as the original Motion by Mr. Ma. docks.Plan and Motion of a Reform of Parliament by Mr. Carven. --Long Debate on the Bilt proposed by Mr. Curwen, wth Modifications so great as, in the Opinion of some Members, to reverse its orier ginal Tendency and Object, entertained by the House and passed A Plan for Parliamentary Reform proposed by Şir Francis Burdeth -His Motion for taking this Plan into its future Consideration are tiived.-Mr. Whitbread's Motion for limiting the Number of Person holding Seats in the House of Commons, together with Places, Pezsions, Sinecures, and Places under the Crown- After a Debate, nega tóred.-Mr. Wardle's Plan for Public Economy-and Motion for the production of Papers for the purpose of justifying his Statement on the Subject.-After many Observations or Strictures on those State ments, this Motion agreed to. Attention of the House of Commons directed to the Improvement of both the Criminal and Civil Law of the Country: Motions respecting the former by Sir Samucl Romilly Agreed to... Scotch Judicature Bill.--Relief afforded, and intendal to

be extended farther to the Poor. Clergy.--Speech from the Throne. Close of the Session of Parliament...*

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- CHAP. X. :, fairs of the Peninsula of Spain and Portugal...............

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CHAP. XII.

'rotracted inaction of the opposite Armies.- Observations on the Conduct of the Archduke Charles.Insurrections in the North of Germany. Vicissitudes of War in Poland and Saxony-and in Italy.-Concene tration of the French forces. Preparations on the part of the Arch, duke for defenceand on that of Buonaparte for an attack.-Battle of Wagram.- Armistice.- Peace .......iiiiiii.......... 211

CHAP. XIII. 'he conduct of the British Government in the present War characterized. - British Expeditions from Sicily against the South of Italy and the Kingdom of Naplesand against the Strength of France on the River Scheldt.cheflections 15

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viie ... How ritish Affairs, Naval and Colonial.--Destruction of the French in the Roads of Air by a Squadron commanded by Lord Cochrane, detached. from the Fleet under Lord Collingwood.- Destruction of a French Squadron, with Transports, on their way to relieve Barcelona.- The Government of the Seven Islands' restored by a British force Naval and Military, in Zante, Cephalonia, Ithaca and Cerigo. The Reduction of Martinico and St. Domingo.- Affairs in India ..:: 227 #TOT 0 biti

...? Sissi *** ** CHAP. XV.. 21*necesita' Dissentions and Contests in the British Cabinet. Duel betueen Mr. Canas ning and Lord Castlereagh.--0, P. War, or Uproars in the Theatre

of Covent Garden.-Internal Affairs of France. Ner Goreng established in the Roman States annered to the French Empire volution in Sweden.-State of Russia.....................

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Dispatch from the General in Chief of the Army of Catalonia, to

Minister at War, 27th November, 1808 Proclamation of Sir David Baird, dated Astorga, 1st Decembe,

1808 ............................................. Palafor's Dispatch to the Central Junta, December 3, 1808 ...... 413 Capitulation of the Town of Rosas : Rosas, December 5, 1808 . $14 Capitulation of Madrid.- From the Madrid Gazette, December 7, 1808.

-Capitulation proposed by the Military and Civil Junta of Voir

to his Imperial and Royal Majesty the Emperor of the French .. 415 O'Neil's Report to Palafox respecting the battle of Tudela, Sth Dees

ber, 1808 .......................................... 10 Municipal Sitting.-Madrid, Dec. 9, 1808 ........ British Army in Spain. From the London Gazette, dated Doxies

street, Jan. 10, 1809.................................. . Intercepted Letter to the Marquis de Romana..................4 Intercepted Letter.- St. Jago, Jan. 6, 1809 ................ 12 Capiiulation proposed by Victor Hugues, Officer of the Legion of H: noir, Commissioner of his Majesty the Emperor and King, Coorkaner i in Chief of Cayenne and French Guyana, and accepted by < JENS

Lucas Yeo, Post Captain in his Britannic Majesty's Service, cos manding the Combined Naral English and Portuguese Forces, and Manuel Marques, Knight of the Military Orders of St. Bexort Arc, Lieut. Col. in Chief, and Directors of the Corps of Artillery of Pars, commanding the advanced Army of the Portuguese, dated Jan. 196,

1809 ........................ ..................... 495 · Extract of a Letter from Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore, to

count Castlereagh, dated Corunna, Jan. 13, 1809 .......... 486 London Gazette Extraordinary, dated Downing-street, Jan. 24, 1809

.................................................... 23 Convention between his ercellency the Marshal Duke of Dalmatia, and

Conmander in Chief of the Proops of his Majesty the Emperor and King in Gallicia, and General Don Antonio Alzedo, Military and

Civil Governor at Corunna .............................. 439 Official commmunication from Marshal Beresford to the President of the

Regency; from the Lisbon Gazette of April 25, 1809........ 434 Letter from General Kellerman, dated Valladolid, March 31, 1809 435 Supplement to the London Gazette of the 11th of July.- Account of the · Battle fought near Aspern, on the March-field, on the 21st and 29

Day

Day of May, between the Archduke Charles of Austria, Generalissimo of the Imperial Austrian Armies, and the Emperor Napoleon,

Commander in Chief of the French and Allied Armies. ....... 436 'rom the Lisbon Gazette Extraordinary, June 1.-Letter from D. Manuel De Uria Y Llano, to his Excellency Senor Francisco De Silveira .............................................. 454 etter from Captain M'Kinley to the Honourable W. W. Pole, dated

Lively, Vigo, June 2.................................. 455 from the London Gazette, July 8.--Letters from Captain Hotham to

Admiral Lord Gambier, dated from the 22d to the 30th of June, * 1809................................................ ib. in Thursday, the 1st of August, a Court of Common Council was held at Guildhall, to express its Thanks and Gratitude to Gwyllym Lloyd. Wardle, Esg......................................... 457 fficial account, by General Cuesta, of the Battle of Talavera, to the

Secretary at War, dated Seville, Sept. 7....... ....... 458 'rom the Government Gazette Extraordinary of Nov. 23........ 464 'roclamation of the Junta, dated Royal Alcazar of Seville, Nov. 21,

1809 .............................................. ib. 'orrespondence between Sir John Moore and Mr. Frere ........ 467 . ntercepted Letter from Mr. Champagny, Minister of Foreign Affairs,

to Buonaparte......................................... 468 It a General Court of Proprietors of the West-India Dock Company, held at their House in Billiter-Square, on Friday the 6th of June, 1809, Thomas Hughan, Esq. in the chair ; the Chairman read to the Meeting a Report from a Committee of Directors, on the General Conduct of the Company's Concerns, to the end of the year 1808 ; which was ordered to be printed for the use of the Proprietors .......... 470 Copy of a Letter from Vice-Admiral Lord Collingwood, Commander in

Chief of his Majesty's ships and vessels in the Mediterranean, to the Hon. W. W. Pole ; dated on board the Ocean, off Toulon, the 19th

of October, 1808...................................... 474 Revolution at Buenos Ayres .............................. 476 Report from the Committee of the House of Commons, on the Patronage of the East India Company. -Ordered to be printed, 23d of March, 1809............

....... 477 Attack on Martinique .................................... 487 Respecting the Insurrection in the Tyrol in favour of Austria, we give an

official report published by the Emperor Francis while at Scarding on the 17th ult. from Colonel Taxis, who had been sent into the Tyrol with

a small Austrian corps to assist the operations of the inhabitants. . 489 Articles from the American Papers relative to the Restoration of Inter

course with America.................................... 490 London Gazette Extraordinary, Admiralty Office, April 21...... 492 Report relating to the Dutch Commissioners .....

..... 496 London Gazette Extraordinary, Downing-street, May 24........ 508 Protest against Buonaparte. - Pius VII. Pontiff. ....... ....... 513 Eccommunication of Buonaparte.--Pius VII. Pontiff ... ..... ib. VOL. LI. SP

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