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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

paper, 181.

IRELAND.—Resolutions of the General Committee

of the Catholics of Ireland, 31 July, 218. Account of the Arrest of some of the Catholic

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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.
Wellesley, the English Minister in Spain, and
the Spanish Secretary of State, relative to the
Press, 368.
Decree of the Cortes relative to the mediation
of Great Britain for conciliating the Spanish
Provinces in America, 372.
Decree of the Cortes respecting Seigniories and
Feudal Rights, 411.
Decree of the Cortes relative to the admission of
others than Nobles as Officers in the Army and
Navy, 447.
Heads of the New Constitution read in the
Cortes, 448, 467.
Plan of a Political Constitution for the
Spanish Monarchy, presented to the Coites by
their Committee,490.
Report from Count Suchet, Commander in
Chief of the Army of Arragon, to the Prince of
Neufchatel, relative to the commencement of
the siege of Tarragona, and the taking of Fort
Olivia, (continued) 30.
Report from Count Suchet to the Prince of
Neufchatel, relative to the siege of Tarregona,
96, 120.
Report from Count Suchet to the Prince of
**te, relative to the taking of Tarragona,
Report made to the Regency of Spain, by
General Contreras, Governor of Tarragona, re-
lative to the siege of that place, 155, 189.
Accountof thesiege and capture of Tarragona,
and of the operations of the British Naval and
Military forces near that city; in Letters from
Captain Adam, Col. Green, and Capt. Codring-
ton, to Admiral Cotton, commanding in the Me-
diterranean, from 5 to 28 June, 237.
Report from Count Suchet to the Prince of
Neufchatel, of the Battle and Capture of Sa-
guntum, 732, 764.
Letters from the Duke of Tarranto, relative to
the Blockade and Capture of Figueras, 301.
Official account of the execution of the al-
ledged Traitors at Figueras, 469.
46* of General Doyle to the Catalonians,
Dispatch from Lord Wellington, Commander
in Chief in Portugal, to Lord Liverpool, relative
to the siege of Badajos, 32, 50.
Dispatch from Lord Wellington to Lord Liver-
pool, relative to the raising of the siege of Ba-
dajos, 54.
French Official Intelligence from the armies in
Spain-Raising of the siege of Badajoz–Move-
ments of the 4th corps of the army—Army of
the North–Blockade of Figueras, 93.
Report from the Duke of Ragusa to the Prince
of Neufchatel, relative to the operation of the
army under his command, and their entry into
Badajoz, 124. - -
Report from the Duke of Dalmatia, to the
prince of Neufchatel, relative to the operations
of the army under his command, and the rais-
fog of the siege of Badajoz, 125, 147.

Dublin Evening Post, 220.
Account of the Meeting of the Catholics of

the County of Tipperary at Clonmell, 222.
Account of the Trial of Dr. Sheridan, one of

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.

COMMUNICATIONS.

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.
SUMMARIES OF POLITICS.

* American States, 545, 649, 717, 737, 813.

Frigate, 397.
Caraccas, 581, 793.
City Address, 786.
Conquest of the Empire of Java, 769.
Essex Election, 463.
Ex Officio Informations in Ireland, 801.
Flogging Soldiers, 756.
German Deserters, 300.
General Hill, 677.
Great Praam, 396.

, Horsewhipping, 683.
Impostor paper, 144, 175.
Invasion, 435.
Irish Catholics, 193, 679, 705, 812.
Col. M'Mahon's Sinecure, 385, 434.
Malta, 525.
Militias Quarreling, 456.
Paper Money, 225.
Austrian Paper Money, 577.
Riots at Nottingham, 652,681, 797.

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.

LEtterS.

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.

NOTICES, &c.

Merino Sheep, 30, 465. Quadrature of the Circle, 656,

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ABADIA, Gen. 475, 487,558
Abbe, Gen. 284
Abercrombie, Col. 51
Aci, Prince, 437
Adam, Capt. 237
Adams, President, 178
Adams, Mr. J. Q. 145, 178, 181,
713
Addington, (See Sidmouth, Lord)
Adriani, Gen. 765
Alea, 529
Allen, G. 592
Allessi, 528.
Almager, Gen. 734, 764
Almon, Mr. 625
Alten, Gen. 52, 533
Anderson, Capt. 406
Anderson, Mr. 685
Anson, Gen. 533
Antoni, 436
Antoine, Capt. 123
Apase, 529
, Areudtchildt, Major, 537
Arden, Lord, 36
Arguelles, 448, 512
Armstrong, R. 693
Artigar, Gen. 306, 308, 309
Ashworth, Lieut.
Auchmuty, Sir S. 769
Augio, Prince, 399, 437
Austin, Col. 223
Ayling, Lieut. 151
Azara, 372
Azopardi, 528

Baker, W. 464
Balatier, Gen. 671, 733
Baldwin, Mr. 624
Ball, Sir A. 528
Ball, Serj. 698
Ballantinioc, 572
Ballasteros, Gen. 155, £23,573,
580,784
Barbaud, Capt. 406
Barcena, 512
Bardaxi, 313
Barbe, 736
Barese, A. 572
Bartel, Col. 476
Barcourt, Gen. 124
Baste, Admiral, 404
Bathurst, Lord, 36
Bazin, 734
Bedford, Duke, 28
Beggs, F. 691
Belcher, 262
Belluno, Duke, 166, 174, 250,
573, 631

NAMED IN WOL. XX.

-

Bellow, Mr. 701
Belmonte, Prince, 399, 437
Bejinie, Gen. 250
Belsham, Mr. 454
Bentinck, Lord W. 399, 417,
451, 572
Beresford, Marshal, 51, 53, 81,
138, 150, 154, 161
Beresford, Mr. 597
Berkeley, Admiral, 813
Bessieres, Marshal. (See Istria,
Duke)
Billinge, T. 483
Bingham, Capt. 190, 210, 211,
212, 546, 563
Bisbal, Count, 239
Bissett, Capt. 566
Blake, Gen. 144, 151, 152, 153,
155, 166,223, 283, 379, 414,
670, 732
3. 469 )
naparte, (See Napoleon
Bonella, #
Bonnet, Gen. 152, 155,224, 246,
285, 476
Bonnemain, Col. 249
Bonnici, 528
Borg, 529
Bouldon, E. 324
Bourgeois, Col. 120
Bouvier, Col. 120
Bouvierdes-eclats, Gen. 152
Bowden, T. 592
Bowles, Mr. 131
Boyer, Gen. 576
Brard, 736
Breen, Dr. 195, 220, 698
Brennier, Gen. 299, 678
Brett, Mrs. 684
Brette, Serj. 128
Briche, Gen. 152
Bromhead, Col. 537
Bron, Gen. 152, 672.
Bronikowski, Gen. 733
Broussart, St. George, Gen. 783
Brotherton, Capt. 534
Brougham, Mr. 97, 101
Browne, Capt. P. 566
Brune, Marshal, 681
Brunswick, Duke, 559
incia, Colo
Buckingham, Marquis, 36
Buckinghamshire, Lord, 36
Buchan, Lord, 341
Buchanan, Mr. 347
Burdett, J. 716
Burdett, Sir F. 12, 157, 187,
649, 716, 720, 723,757

Burgoyne, Mr. 453
Burke, lor. 220
Burn, Mr. 698
Burrowes, Mr. 691
Burton, Mr. 702
Butera, Prince, 435
Byrne, Mr. 701

Cabrer, Gen. 124, 158
Cacuana, 529
Cadore, Duke, 145, 189
Caffarelli, Gen. 95
Cotton, Sir C. 686
Callentoui, Marquis, 436
Caldwell, Capt. 191, 211, 563,
665 -
Camden, Lord, 36, 624
Campbell, Gen. 52
Campbell, Mr. R. 398
Campbell, 572
Campo Franco, Prince, 436
Campoverde, Marquis, 156, 189,
240, 245, 285
Canedo, 512
Candidus, 723,798
Canning, Mr. 36,236, 353
Cantone, 529
Capel, 765
Caro, Gen. 734, 764
Carpenter, J. 592
Carson, R. 565, 666
Carteret, Capt. 396, 404, 407
Carmichael, Mr. 221
Cartwright, Major, 449
Castanos, Gen. 167, 223
Cassagne, Gen. 573
Castelletti, 528
Castlereagh, Lord, 780
Castelnuovo, Prince, 437
Castrani, 399
Cham, 765
Chambers, J. 692
Chauncey, Capt. 562
Charles I. (of England) 657
Charles IV. (of Spain) 658
Charles IX. (of France) 656
Charles John, (of Sweden) Prince,
287, 988
Chauvelin, Mr. 585
Chip, B. 592 -
Chlopiski, Gen. 733
Christophe, Col. 736
Chulliott, Major, 31, 767
Ciantar, 529
Cilia, 529
Clarke, Mr. 456
Clement, Gen. 304
Cleves, Capt. 56

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Clibbom, E 693

Clifford, Mr. 544, 560, 597

Clifton, Col. 57, 61

Cobbett, W. 29, 50, 75, 116,
138, 146, 179, 187,208, 237,
272,275. Q98, 301, 334, 336,
344, 400, 435, 465,490, 550,
592, 619, 797, 820

Cobb, Lieut. 407

Cocks, Major, 223

Cochrane, Col. 513, 531

Codrington, Capt. 241

Cole, Gen. 51, 536, 576, 669

Colin, 147

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,
248

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,
576

Creighton, Lieut. 210,563, 664

Crib, 262

Cristophe, 388

Crosthwaite, L. 691

Cumming, Col. 538

Curso, 529

Curwen, Mr. 464

Cuto, Prince, 436

Daley, Judge, 702.
Dalmatia, Duke, 53, 55, 81, 93,
125, 140, 148, 149, 152, 162,
166, 174, 379, 418, 470,573,
574, 784
Danvers, J. 592
Danton, 39
D'Arenberg, Duke, 672
Darling, R. 691 -
D'Armagnac, Gen. 573 *
Darman in 529
Daru, Count, 480
Day, Judge, 691
D'Ayrolas, Marquis, 284
Debort, Gen. 734
De Berri, Duke, 381
Debilly, 736
De Broglie, 543
De Casto,448
De Castro, 512
Decatur, Capt. 562
De Comrey, Admiral, 312
De Grey, Gen. 153,533
Delancey, Col. 62
Denison, Mr. 565,666
Denmark, Mr. 684
D'Erlon, Count, 93, 125,573
Derigny, Capt. 121
D'Eroles, Baron, 241
Dinselmes, 382
De Lille, Count, 380

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Floretta, 469

Foison, Lieut. 671

Folkestone, Lord, 75

Fondzelski, 120

Fonseca, E. 428

Foote, Capt. 418, 453

Forcister, 573

Forjas, 470, 471

Foster, Mr. 290,813, 820, 821,
824, 825,828

Fox, Gen. 390

Fox, Mr. 107, 181,257, 293,454,
622, 647, 709,831

Foy, Gen. 533,541

Framaigham, Col. 56

Francis, I. 64

Frank, T. 691

Frederick, William, of Prussia,
King, 288

French, Lord, 220

Friere, Gen. 415

Fritzhast2, Col. 283

Fry, Mr. 686

Fuller, Mr. 105

Gaines, Lieut. 820
Gallea, 529
Gamble, Lieut. 566,666
Garrow, Mr. 597
Gatt, 529
Gaudinot, Gen. 784
Gazan, Gen. 414
Geale, B. 691
Geoghegan, R. 691
George, III. (of England) 770
George, Baron, 702
Gerald, Mr. 34
Gibbs, Sir V. 75, 163, 274, 593,
9, 631, 642, 757
Girard, Gen. 539, 541, 671,
784
Glonie, Mr. 656
Glynn, Serj. 625
Godinot, Gen. 413, 573
Godoy, see Peace, Prince
Goldsmidt, Mr. 401
Gonzales, Col. 147
Gonzales, Governor, 243
Goold, Mr. 701
Gosling, Mr. 760
Gough, R. 685
Graham, Gen. 138, 144, 166,
300, 35.451,533
Grant, Mr. 406
Grassis, Capt. 247
Green, Col. 237
Greenlaw, Lieut. 407
Grenville, Lord, 26, 585, 591
Grey, Col. 52
Grey, Lord, 26, 464
Grillo, G. 572
Gustavus, Adolphus, 166
Gudin, Col. 736

Hall, Capt. R. 566
Halliday, Capt. 567
Hamilton, T. 592
Hamilton J. 692
Hamilton, Lady, 399,428
Hamilton, Gen. 52, 56, 151
Hare, Mr. 698
Hargood, Admiral, 567
Harris, Capt. 481

Harrison, Mr. 453
Harispe, Gen. 96,733
Harvey, Gen. 52
Harvey, Col. 534
Hattou, Mr. 596
Hawker, Lieut. 50
Hawkesbury, Lord, 780
Haworth, H. 464
Hay, Capt. 534
Hay, Mr. 220
Henckell, J. 592
Henry, Col. 121,765, 767
Henry, VIII. (of England) 63
Heywood, Capt. 306, 308, 31?
Hill, Gen. 539, 555, 668, 671,
677,784
Holland, Lord, 26
Horner, Mr. 17, 26, 113
Hoste, Capt. 639
Hostaman, Major, 52
Houghton, Gen. 51
Houston, Gen.-54
Howard, H. 464
Hobart, Gen. 31, 735
Hubert, Capt. 576
Huddlestone, Capt. 699
Huerta, 512
Hugo, Gen. 248
Humphreys, W. 698
Huss, 182
Hutton, J. 692
Hutton, W. 691

Imbral, 529

Inghis, Col. 51

Istria, Duke, 155,223,246,380,
470, 480, 543, 544

Jaci, Prince, 399
Jackson, Mr. 146, 186
Jackson, J. 692
Jaffray, A. 691
Jameson, T. 692
Jansens. Gen. 769
Jardot, 576
Jauragui, 512
Jefferson, President, 325, 341
Jerome, (of Westphalia) King,
802
Jersey, Lord, 26
Johnson, Mr. 692
Johnstone, Hon. C. 30
Jondien, Capt. 128
Joseph, (of Spain) King, 32,
144, 153, 164, 1'14, 214, 379,
419, 581, 688, 713
Jourdon, Marshal, 559

Keith, Lord, 454
Kelly, Dr. Y.25, 275
Kemmis, Mr. 2:21, 692
Kenyon, Lord, S6, 630, 643,
701
Kettleby, Mr. 625
Kirwan, Mr. 195, 220, 696, 731,
King, Lord, 1, 18, 26,33, 71,97,
116
Kinnaird, Lord, 464
Kleber, Gen. 559
La Coupe, Capt. 406
Lacy, Gen. 138, 300, 355, 451
Lahoussaye, Gen. 248
Laing, F. 530

Lallamant, Col. 152,414
Lamasque, Col. 304
Lamotta, 529
Lambton, W. H. 464
Lamesan, Capt. 768
Lancaster, Mr. 450
Lansdowne, Lord, 26
Lapena, Gen. 360
Lardizabel, Gen. 669, 732
Lasteyne, Mr. 344, 465
Lasey, Gen. 418
Lasperanza, 529
Latouche, P. D. 691
Latour, Marbourg. Gen. 152,413
Lambert, Jonathan, 466
Lauderdale, Lord, 26, 464
Lawes, Mr. 596
Leafe, J. 592
Le Brun, 591
Le Camus, Baron, 544
Leite, Gen. 56
Lemarre, 147
Lenox, Mr. 341
Leo, X. 64
Leriors, Gen. 53
L'Estrange, Major, 51
Leval, Gen. 413
Leyva, 512
Lefebvre, Gen. 304
Lindsay, J. 691
Linhares, Count, 316
Lismore, Lord, 223
Liverpool, Lord, 32. 36, 54, 262,

379, 471, 532, 672
Livingston, Mr. 344, 465
Long, Gen. 52
Looz, Duke, 320
Louis, XVI. (of France) King,

183,431, 656
Lovell, Lieut. 214
Lovell, Capt. 467
Lowrie, W. 567
Lowton, Mr. 598
Luckner, 559
Ludlow, Capt. 191, 562,644
Lumley, Gen. 52
Lumley, Capt. 567
Luther, 182

Macauley, Mr. 562
Macdonald, Marshal, SeeTarento,
Duke.
Mackworth, Mr. 625
Macgeachy, Major, 55
Madden, Gen. 151
Madison, President, .295, 306,
325, 337, 397, 553, 717, 725,
737, 774, 788, 802, 822
Madison, Lieut. 564, 665
Mahi, Gen. 732, 765
Maitland, Gen 572
Mallia, 529
Mann, A. 592
Manners, Lord, 218
Mansfield, Lord, 624
Margarot, Mr. 34
Marmont, Marshal, see Ragusa
Duke.
Marques, J. 469
Martines, 249, 301, 305
Marsh, P. 691
Mariere, B. 691 [Prince
Masseua, Marshal, see Essling,

Matthews, Gen. $45,284
Matthews, Gen. 824 -
Manquier, 529
M*Arthur, Mr. 455 - -
M“Clack, J. 565
M“Donald, Capt. 406
M'Donough, J. 698
M“Jowrie, J. 567
M“Kernon, C. 692
M“Kenzie, Mr. 722, 198
M“Mahon, Col. 368, 385,433
M“Mahon, Gen. 536
M“Quean, Mr. 214
Meade, T. 692
Meda, 247
Melville, Lord, 202,388
Mendiola, 512
Merbles, Col. 413
Merel, Lieut. 576
Mesclop, Col. 31, 736
Messina, Gen. 124, 158
Meuneers, Serjt. 30
Mexque, 30 -
Milbank, R. 464 - -
Milet, Capt. 670 -
Miller, A. 467
Miller, Mr. 550
Miller, J. W. C. 161
Millet, 573 -
Milner, R. S. 464
Mina, 153,239, 487, 538, 671
Minchin, Mr. 568
Minto, Lord, 770
Miranda, 584,794
Miranda, Gen. 159,239, 732
Moberly, Lieut. 213
Monpallaco, 529
Monroe, Mr. 813, 820, 821,824,
825, 828
Mentalivet, Count, 62, 82
Montbrun, Gen. 62, 124, 152,
575, 669
Montijo, Count, 413,573
Montigny, Major, 247
Montmarie, Gen. 96, 122, 284,
734 -
Moore, Sir J. 361
Morales, 248
Morier, Mr. 820
Mornington, Lord, see Wellesley,
Lord. -
Mowbray, Capt. 324 -
Mozinho, Gen. 53 :
Muir, Mr. 34
Mull, Mr. 564, 665
Murat, Prince, see Naples, King
Murillo, Gen. 672
Murray, Mr. 624

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Naples, King, 419,681

Napoleon, Emperor, 64, 82, 164,
169, 176, 183, 224, 265,288,
290, 320, 325, 350, 353, 400,
404, 407, 410, 418, 477, 549,
556, 570, 581, 614, 641, 652,
655, 678, 681, 713, 718, 740
757, 772, 788, 802

Neese, J. 566

Nelson, Lord, 230,399,417,428,
453

Netterville, Lord, 812

Neufchatel, Prince, 30, 96, 122,
125,412, 416, 476,574, 668,
764 -

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