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Reports from the Duke of Dalmatia to the Prince of Neufchatel, relative to the further proceedings of the army under his command, down to the 28th June, 152, 153. Dispatches from Lord Wellington to Lord Liverpool, relative to the operations of the armies down to the 4th July, i50, 153, 154. Dispatch from Lord Wellington to Lord Liverpool, relative to the operations of the armies to the 11th July, 223. French Official Intelligence from the armies in Spain—Return of Joseph to Madrid–Army of Catalonia–Army of the North—Army of the , Centre–Army of Portugal—Army of the South —published at Paris, 9th Angust, 244.
French Official Intelligence from the armies .
in Spain—Army of the South—Army of Arragon —Army of the North—Army of the Centres Published at Paris 14th August. 282. French Official Intelligence from the Army in Spain—Army of the South, 13 August-Army of the North, 30 August—Aruny of PortugalFourth Government, 412,475. French Official Intelligence from the Armies in Spain—Army of the South—Army of the Centre—Army of Portugal—Army of Arregon, 573, 668. Ordinance of the Duke of Istria, relative to Spanish absentees, &c. 480, 541.
SICILY.—Representation of the Deputation of the Kingdom, to the King, relative to a Taxon Payments, 436 Royal Edict, for the Arrest and Exile of certain Sicilian nobles, 437.
Official account of the Arrest and Exile of cer
tain Sicilian nobles, by order of the King, 436. General Orders issued by the British Com
mander at Messina, against holding communico
tion with the enemy, 572.
SWEDEN.—Address of the Prince Royal of Sweden, for suppressing Luxury, 10 July, 286. Edict relative to Commerce between Sweden and Finland, 287.
SELECTIONS FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS,
AMERICA.-Letter from Mr. Jefferson, late President of the United States of America, to the Earl of Buchan: from the New York Public Advertiser, 341. Address from Phocion, to Mr. R. Smith, late Secretary of State, on his Publication against the President of the United States of America; from the New York Public Advertiser, 336. Declaration by Jonathan Lambert of his have ing taken possession of the Islands of Trista de Cunha, &c.; from the American Newspapers, 465. Impostor State paper; pretended to be a Letter addressed, by order of the French Emperor, by the Duke of Cadore to the Russian Ambassador at Paris: taken from the Courier English News
IRELAND.—Resolutions of the General Committee
of the Catholics of Ireland, 31 July, 218. Account of the Arrest of some of the Catholic
Committee in Dublin, 9th August; from the
surprize of the French troops under Gen. Girard, - by Gen. Hill, 671. A Letter from Lord Wellington published in the Times newspaper, as having been intended to be circulated in the army, on the occasion of Col. Cochrane's Court Martial, 531.
PRUSSIA.—Edict relative to Commerce, 288.
SPAIN.—Correspondence between the Hou. H.
Dublin Evening Post, 220.
the County of Tipperary at Clonmell, 222.
the Catholic Committee, at Dublin, 690, 731.
PAPER MONEY: from the Kentish Gazette, 209.
Remarks on the Bank of England and the Paper-money system: from the Moniteur, 5th August, 279.
Remarks on the same, translated from a German paper, and published in the London Newspapers: 24th September, 400. . -- -
Proceedings at the half-yearly Meeting of the Proprietors of Bank Stock: 19th September, 544, 560.
SICILY.—Remarks on the Conduct of the Sicilian Government; from the London Courier, 441.
SPAIN.—Remarks on the Decree of the Spanish Cortes, relative to the Mediation of Great Britain for conciliating the Spanish provinces in America: from the London Courier, 373. Spanish Revolution. An Essay on the Conspiracy against Liberty: from the Germanario Patriotico of Cadiz, 656.
LIBEL-Trial of Mr. White, Editor of the Independent Whig, for a Libel. 592, 621. Account of the Examinations and Proceedings taken at the Bow-street Police Office, preparao, “to commitment of Mr. Walsh, M. P. 60. Golden Rules for Jurymen; from Sir Richard Phillips's “Powers and Duties of Juries,” 179. ." Preface to Mr. Livingston's Essay on Sheep, and on the propagation of Merines in America, 344.
An Old Soldier, on the American Court of In... quiry, relative to the Reucontre between the
Little Belt and President, 661.
Candidus, relative to Prisoners of War, 721.
Miles, relative to Prisoners of War, 797.
G. G. Fordham, on Mr. White's Trial, 619.
A Constant Reader, on the Law of Libel, and Mr. White's Trial, 723.
MYOWN WRITINGS.—Consistinc of SUMMAniks
or Politics, LETTERs, Noticss, &c.
* American States, 545, 649, 717, 737, 813.
, Horsewhipping, 683.
Sicily, 398, 417,451, 588. Spain, Tarragona,229. , Figueras, 298. Spain, The English Minister's Complaint against the Press there, 353. Spanish Constitution, and her Colonies, 433, 449,490. . - - - —, French account of the late operations, 553. —, The War, 580, 783. —, Battle of Saguntum, 678. Talavera's Wars, 76, 138, 161,272, 334,481, 513. Trial of Mr. White, Editor of the Independent Whig, 609, 641. Mr. White's Subscription, 721. Mr. Walsh, M. P. 759.
PAPER AGAINST GOLD: Being an examinstion of the Report of the Bullion Committee, in h series of Letters to the Tradesmen and Farmers in and near Salisbury.—
LETTER XXV.-The Subject of Depreciation discussed—Lord Stanhope's Bill—Lord King's Notice to his Tenants, 1.
Lerrer XXVI.-Mr. Horne Tooke and the Reformers—Effect of Lord King's FxampleTwo Prices—How these would affect the Government, the Generals, the Judges, the Sinecure Placemen and Pensioners—Lord Mornington's Speech in 1794–Progress of the Assignats in France—Mr. Percoval's Speech in the House of Commons, 9th July 1811, 38.
Lorror XXVIL–Mr. Robson's propositionGeorge Rose’s “Blessed Comforts—Nature and Extent of those Comforts—Great use of ascertaining them—Necessity of discovering who has got the money that has been borrowed on account of the Public—Case of De Yonge, 65.
Lerror XXVIII.-Progress of Lord Stanhope's Bill—Effects of its Provisions—Mr. Brougham's Resolutions—Justice of Lord King's claim insisted on.—Illustrated by the grants to the King, and the additions to the pay of the Judges, 97.
Lerrer XXIX. —What is to be the cause of all this; Paper-money, not the cause of Sunshine and Showers—We may exist without Papermoney—England did very well before Papermoney was heard of—What is to become of the Fund holders—Sale of the Royal Plate and Church Property in Austria.-Let what will happen in England, the Jacobins and Levellers will not merit any share of the blame—Conclusion, 129.
Letters To The PRInce Recent on The DisruTR with AMErica, 257, 289, 321.
Merino Sheep, 30, 465. Quadrature of the Circle, 656,
ABADIA, Gen. 475, 487,558
Baker, W. 464
NAMED IN WOL. XX.
Bellow, Mr. 701
Burgoyne, Mr. 453
Cabrer, Gen. 124, 158
Clibbom, E 693
Clifford, Mr. 544, 560, 597
Clifton, Col. 57, 61
Cobbett, W. 29, 50, 75, 116,
Cobb, Lieut. 407
Cocks, Major, 223
Cochrane, Col. 513, 531
Codrington, Capt. 241
Cole, Gen. 51, 536, 576, 669
Cole, T. 592
Collins, Col. 52
Colvin, Mr. 738
Colville, Gen. 534
Compere, Gen. 733
Condorcet, 585,591, 655
Corsen, Gen. 476
Cotton, Gen. Sir S. 155, 533
Coustin, Gen. 124, 158
Contraras, Gen. 124, 155, 189,
Coutts, Mr. 761
Cox, Mr. 803
Cox, Capt. 534
Cox, W. 702
Cowper, Lord, 26
Craig, Sir J. 400, 418
Craufurd, Gen. 61, 93, 124, 535,
Creighton, Lieut. 210,563, 664
Crosthwaite, L. 691
Cumming, Col. 538
Curwen, Mr. 464
Cuto, Prince, 436
Daley, Judge, 702.
Foison, Lieut. 671
Folkestone, Lord, 75
Fonseca, E. 428
Foote, Capt. 418, 453
Forjas, 470, 471
Foster, Mr. 290,813, 820, 821,
Fox, Gen. 390
Fox, Mr. 107, 181,257, 293,454,
Foy, Gen. 533,541
Framaigham, Col. 56
Francis, I. 64
Frank, T. 691
Frederick, William, of Prussia,
French, Lord, 220
Friere, Gen. 415
Fritzhast2, Col. 283
Fry, Mr. 686
Fuller, Mr. 105
Gaines, Lieut. 820
Hall, Capt. R. 566
Harrison, Mr. 453
Inghis, Col. 51
Istria, Duke, 155,223,246,380,
Jaci, Prince, 399
Keith, Lord, 454
Lallamant, Col. 152,414
379, 471, 532, 672
Macauley, Mr. 562
Matthews, Gen. $45,284
Naples, King, 419,681
Napoleon, Emperor, 64, 82, 164,
Neese, J. 566
Nelson, Lord, 230,399,417,428,
Netterville, Lord, 812
Neufchatel, Prince, 30, 96, 122,