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PUBLIC PAPERS,

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Official Declaration of the Emperor of Germany sent to the Deputy of the Eques.
trian Order of Franconia

83
Declaration given in to the Diet of Ratisbon, by the Ministers of the Court of

Vienna
The President and Members of the Departmental Government of Zealand, to

General Mounet, relative to the Seizure of English Merchandize
Proclamation issued at New Orleans by His Excellency W. C. Clairborne, on
taking Possession of Louisiana in behalf of the United States

395
Note from the British Minister at Lisbon to the Portuguese Secretary of State, the

Viscount Balsamao, relative to the Publication made by General Lannes, the
French Minister at Lisbon, against the British Governinent

605
Copy of the Requisition transmitted by the French Minister for Foreign Affairs 10

Baron Edelsheim, Minister of the Elcctor of Baden, for the purpose of arrest-
ing the Duke d'Enghien

606
Circular Letter of the French Minister of Foreign Affairs to the Foreign Ministers
resident at Paris, with their respective answers

606
Circular Note from Lord Hawkesbury, to the Foreign Ministers resident at the

Court of London, in Answer to Talleyrand's Circular Letter
Note from Baron de Montgelas, Minister of Elector of Bavaria, to Mr. Drake 678
Memorial of Prussian Minister presented to the Dictature of the Diet of Ratisbon 722
Copy of the Prince of Conde's Letter, conveying his Thanks to the Emigrants, for

their public Expression of their concern at the Marder of the Duke d'Enghien 724
Note delivered by the Minister Resident of Russia, Mr. Kluppell, to Baron d'Al-

bini, relative to the Seizure of the Duke d'Enghien
Verbal Declaration, made on the 16th of May, 1804, at the Diet of Ratisbon, by

the Ministers for the Elector of Baden, Brandenburgh, and others, relative to

the Russian Note concerning the Seizure of the Duke d'Enghien
Treaty of Peace between the East-India Company and the Rajah of Berar

994
Treaty of Peace between the East-India Company and Scindea

996
FOREIGN OFFICIAL PAPERS.
Exposé of the State of the French Republic, laid before the Legislative Body, on
the 16th of January, 1804

205
Speech of the Minister of the Interior to the Legislative Body of the French Re-
public, at the opening of their Session

297
Report of the Grand Judge, on the Conspiracy discovered at Paris

359
Proceedings in the Tribunate, 1804, relative to the Conspiracy at Paris

362, 393
Speech of the Vice President of the Senate to the First Consuí, on the Conspiracy
discovered at Paris

353
General Orders issued to the French Armies at Paris and Boulogne, in consequence

of the Detection of the Conspiracy
Address of the Sailors of the Right Wing of the National Flotilla to the First Consul
Extracts from the Moniteur of the 7th and 9th of March, 1804, relative to the Con-
spiracy at Paris

431
Report of the Grand Judge, enumerating the Brigands armed by the English Go-
vernment to attack the life of the First Consul of France

432
Official Report of the Trial of the Duke d'Enghien at Vincennes
Copy of a Letter from the French Chargé d'Affaires and Commissary General of
Commercial Relations at Algiers to Citizen Ducos, Minister of Marine

499
Report of the Grand Judge to the First Consul, on the Conspiracy against Baona.

parté, containing the Correspondence between Mr. Drake, the English Am.
bassador, to the Elector of Bavaria, and certain Agents, paid and employed
by him in the Heart of the French Republic

543
Proceeding in the French Legislate Body.--Speech of Fourcroy on closing the Sit-
tings, on the 24th of March, 1804

603
Juridical Report, connected with the Death of Pichegru: Extracted from the Mo-
haleur, of the sth of April, 1804

604
Scoon Kect of the Grand Judge, respecting the Plots of the Person named

Brate, Numscor from England at Munich, and of the Person named Spencer

364
366

496

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Smith, Minister from England, at Stutgard, against France, and the Person of

the First Consul

Extract from General Orders by Marat, Governor of Paris, relative to the Death

of General Pichegru

Proceedings in the Tribunate of the French Republic, relative to the Proposition,

submitted to the Tribunate by Curée, for conferring on Napoleon Buonaparte

the rank and title of Emperor of the French, and for making the said rank

and Title hereditary in his Family, according to the Laws of Primogeniture 745, 779

Letter from the French Minister of Marine and Colonies, to the Maritime Prefects,

and to the Commissary General of Marine at Antwerp

753

Speech of the Vice President of the Senate of the Fr. Republic upon the presenting

of the Decree for anpointing Napoleon Bonaparté Emperor of the French 781

Message from the First Consul of the French Republic to the Conservative Senate,

in answer to an Address of the said Senate, containing a proposition for elect-

ing him Emperor of the French

Reply of the Conservative Senate to the above Message

783

Address if the First Division of the Camp at Ostend io Buonaparté, on his accepte

ing ihe rank and title of Emper r of the French

Address of the Municipal Body of Paris to Buonaparté on his accepting the rank

and title of Emperor of the Erench

787

Message from the First Consul of France to the Conservative Senate, dated April

18, 1894 relative to his Brother Joseph Buonaparté

789

Copy of a Rescript of His Imperial Majesty lo Coun! Marcott, Counsellor of State,
'dated February 15, 1801

790

Organic Senatas Consultum conferring the title of Emperor of the French on

Buonaparté the First Consul of the French Republic, and establishing the

Imperial Dignity hereditary in his family

897

Letter from Rear Admiral Linois, Commander of the French Naval Force in In-

dia, to the Minister of Marine, &c.

Letter from Julliem, General of Brigade, Prefect of the Department of Morbihan,

to the Grand Judge of Paris, relative to the capture of Captain Wright

907

Dispatch from Villaret, Capt. Gen. of Martinico io the Fr. Minister of Marine

997

Letter from the Emperor of the French to the Archbishop of Paris

Letter from the Emperor of the French to the Bishop of Alentz

Letter from Cardinal Caprara to the French Bisho;'s

999

DOMESTIC OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Letter from Mr. Secretary Yurke, to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties, authorising

the Apprehension of such Persons as may be clandestinely landed on the

Coast, from Neutral Vessels
Copy of a Circular Letter from Mr. Secretary Torke to the Lieutenants of the se-
veral Counties in Great Britain

8.4

Circular Letter from the Secretary of State to the several Lords Lieutenants of

Counties

Circular Letter from the Secretary of State to the Loril Lieutenant of Sussex

173

A short Statement of Facts relating to the Claims of the British Creditöri on the

French Funds

A Form of Prayer and Thanksgiving to Almighty God, upon the Prospect of his

Majesty the King's Recovery from his dangerous Sickness

Speech delivered by the Governor of Jamaica to the Legislature of that Island in

December, 1803

397

Papers relative to the Capture of Goree

626

Extract from the Minutes of the Proceedings at a General Meeting of the Society

of Ship Owners of Great Britain, held at the London Tavern, March 22,
1804

666
Papers relative to the Re-capture of Goree

725
Papers relative to the Dispute between the Lieutenant Governor and the House of
Assembly of Jamaica

770
Public Records of the County of Banff, in Scotland, relative to the Conduct of the
Lord Advocate towards a Farmer of that County named Morrison

937

Account of the Capture of Surinam

999

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ESSAYS AND LETTERS.
An Analytical and Comparative View of two Pamphlets lately published, the one

entiiled, "I ursory Remarks upon the State of Parties, during the Administras

“ tion of Mr. Addington, bị a Near Observer ;" and the other entitled, “ A
Plain Ansiver to the Nisrepresentations and Calumnies contained in the Cur-
Remarks of a Near Observer, by A More Accurate Observer." 1,057 97,321,

449

SUMMARY OF PULITICS_War of Finance Parties-Invasion

Volunteer System

33

Letter on the Society for the Suppression of Vice

53

Letter from R N. on Mr. Addington's refusal of a Loan of Exchequer Bills, to the

Merchants of Liverpool

Letter from R. T. relative to Field Officers in the Marine

59

J. O. on Volunteer Corps

72
R. B. on the Income Tax
Mr. Henry Grimstone's Defence of the Society for the Suppression of Vice

76
Clericus on Consecrating Colours

"! 82
SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Volunteer System --Riot at Chester-Southwark Vo.".
lunteers-Oxford Loyal Volunteers

86

Anti-Puritan en the Society for the Suppression of Vice

SUMMARY OF POLITICS--- America - Austria and Bavaria-Russia Spain ---Dol-

lars-- Voluntee, system--Saint Domingo

Philo Patriæ on ihe Volunteer System

'129

Letter from A Citizen Soldier of the Lath and Plaster Army, on the Volunteer

System

130

A Highlander on the Volunteer System

132

C.S. on the Proceedings of the Volunteer Corps of E -11

133

Extrace from Proceedings of a Parish Meeting in the Parish of Mary-la-bonne, re-

Jative to the Yirk Mary-la-bonne Volunteers

133

Extract from an Admire s to the Members of the North East Division of the Artil.
lery Company, frem the Captain of the said Division

134
Copy of a Letter irimi a Corporal ot a Volunteer Corps, in the City of Westmin-
sier, to his Colone!

134

Verax on a Change of Ministry

135

SUMMARY OF Politics-America--Frrench Exposé-Saint Domingo Volunteer

System

148

Mr. Whitbread's Speech in the House of Commons on the sth of February, rela-
live to the Volunteer System

ići

Corciliator on the Correspondence between Lord Redesdale and the Earl of Fin-

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gal, relativ: to the Irish Catholics

169

Centurio on the Military System of Great Britain

170
SUMMARY OF POLITICS-State of France- Welsh Coast -The Fleet-Volun-
teer System - Parries

180

A Picture of the Political Turpitude of thc True Briton and San Newspapers

193

Correspondence between Lord Redesdale, Lord High Chancellor of Ireland,
and the Earl of Fingal

215

On Volunteur, extracted from observations on the Present State of Ireland, by

Lord Shetfield, published in 1787

225

Observer on the Conduct of the Exell Corps of Volunteers

227

A W. on the Corps Diplomatique

229

P. Q. on the Property Tax

231

T. S. on the Encouragement given to Non-Conimissioned Oficers

232

Z. on Lord St. Vincent and the Navy

233

Letter from Camillus, containing an Extract from Home's History of the Rebellion

in the Year 1745, on the Conduct of the Edinburgh Volunteers of that time 237

SUMMARY OF POLITICS, - British Creditors on the French Funds Irish Bank

Paper- Mr. Merry-Coalition- The King

240

Britannicus on the Navy

257

Supplement to the Correspondence between Lord Fingal and Lord Redesdale 260

A Letter from Dr. Coppinger, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Cloyne and Ross, to

Lord Redesdale

262

280

418

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Lord Redesdale's Reply to the above Letter

205

Justificatory, Narrative of the Rev. Peter O'Neil, Parish Priest of Ballymacoda,
addressed to the Nobility and Gentry of the County of Cork

266

SUMMARY OE Politics-Irish Bank Paper - British Finances Lord Redesdale's

Correspondence-Army of Reserve-Mr. Sheridan-invasion--Mr. Heriot

Hibernicus on the State of the Irish Exchange, and on the Payment of the Salaries

of the Civil Officers of Ireland at par

289

A British Creditor's Defence of the Conduct of British Creditors on the French

Funds

293

1.0, on the Conduct of Earl Saint Vincent

294
SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Anglo-Gallic Creditors-Revenue--Irish Exchange-
Irish Catholics-Volunteer System

298

Lc Voici on the Conduct of Ministry relative to the Egyptian Campaign

343

Letter from An Irish Roman Catholic to Lord Redesdale on his Correspondence
with the Earl of Fingal and Dr. Coppinger

34+

A Friend to Toleration on Lord Redesdale's Correspondence with Dr. Coppinger 345

SUMMARY OF Politics-Conspiracy at Paris-Irish Exchange-Irish lusurrec-

tion-Volunteer System

347

2. on the Navy and the present low Rate of Insurance

393

The British Observer on the Correspondence beiween Lord Redesdale and the Earl

of Fingal

385

E.V. on the present State of the Navy

387

Another British Creditor on the Anglo-Gallic Creditors

392

SUMMARY OF POLITICS--Anglo-Gallic Creditors." Capital, Credit, and Con-

fidence"-Volunteer System-Grounds of the War --Finance-Conspiracy at

Paris-Naval Inquiry

400

T. H. on the Conduct of Lord St. Vincent

477

An Olil, Seaman on the Discussion in the House of Commons relative to the pre-

sent State of the Navy

Camillus on the Powers of the Continent

Mercator on the British Creditors on the French Funds

427

W.W. on his Majesty's Illness

427

SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Conspiracy at Paris-- Sierra Leone - Jamaica-Naval

Inquiry-Volunteer System --Dollars--Finance-The King's Recovery
Letter from The British Obseryer to Lord Redesdale on his Lordship's Correspon-

dence with the Earl of Fingal

H. T. on the Payment of the Salaries of the Civil Ofices of Ireland at par

467

Miles on the Pay of Irish Half-Pay Ollicers

469

Y.'s Defence of the Admiralty,

470

X.'s Defence of the Civil Officers of the Navy

473

An Old Seaman's Second Letter on the Discussion in the Ilouse of Commons rela-

tive to-the present State of the Navy

481,

Nauticus on the Resolutions of the London Common Council

489

A B. on the Anglo-Gallic Creditors

494

SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Duke d'Enghuien --Russia-War in India - London

Common Council-Volunteer BillIrish Treasury--Irish Currency-British

Finance

499

The State-Physician

513

Probus on the Volunteer Bill

520

Forrial on the Situation of the Quarter. Masters of Cavalry

Crito to Lord Redesdale on his Lordships Correspondence with the Earl of lingal

A Protestant on Lord Redesdale's Letters to the Earl of Fingal

Britannicus on the Blocking System

529

Argonaut's Answer to Y.'s Defence of the Admiralty

X. o. the Economy of the Navy Board

On the Complaints of the Jamaica Colonists

R. on the Petition of the Sierra Leone Company

SUMMARY OF Politics-Dike d'Enghien-Mr. Drake-Sierra Leone Petition

436

46;

52

-Bishop of Landall's Speech--Capture of Gorec-Irish Slania-Birming-

ham Dollars-Irish Currency

To the serious Consideration of the Public-a Concise Exposition of the actual

State of our Trade, Revenue, Fypenditure, and Dobl

577, 609

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An Old Soldier on the Situation of Irish Half-Pay Officers

595

An Old Seaman's Third Letter on the Discussion in the House of Commons rela-
tive to the present State of the Navy

596

T. Y. on the State of our Naval Defence

601

F.C.
on Coalition

615

R. S. on the State of the Currency of Ireland

618

Silva on the State of our Dock Yards

An Old Soldier on the Custom of reprimanding Field Officers at the head of their

Regiment

Publius on the Economy of the Navy Board

Oxoniensis on the Authenticity of the Letters ascribed to Mr. Drake, the English

Ambassador to the Elector of Bavaria

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.—Mr. Drake's Correspondence-Divisions in Parliament

--Coalition-"King's Friends”

628

A Spectator, on the Deplorable State of the Currency of Ireland

641

Thoughts and Observations upon the Revenue Laws, and more particularly upon

the Law imposing a Tax upon Property, by A Lover of Truth

C. R.'s Defence of Lord Redesdale

The British Observer's Second Letter to Lord Redesdale on his Lordship's Corre.

spondence with the Earl of Fingal

Miles on the Situation of Artillery Officers

669

Anti Climax on the Property Tax

670

SUMMARY OF Politics.- Mr. Drake--The Budget-Irish Currency-- India 687

Camillus on the Continental Powers

705

C. B. on Bank Dollars

713

On the Sinking Fund : Extracted from the Royal Cornwall Gazette of the 28th of

April, 1804

719

Verax on the Situation of Irish Catholics

722

SUMMARY OF Politics-Change of Ministers–New Ministry-Bank Dollars 726

The British Observer, on the Loyalty of the Roman Catholics

737

SUMMARY of Politics-Emperor of the French-Bank Dollars-Sinking Fund
- The New Ministry

754

Mr. Cobbett's Letter to Mr. Livingston, American Minister at Paris

769

SUMMARY OF POLITICS--Russia–Jamaica-Volunteer Bill-New Ministry 790

The British Observer on the Loyalty' of the Irish Catholics

859, 894

SUMMARY OF_POLITICs-Diet of Ratisbon-Russia—Expedition against the Cape

Military Project

SUMMARY OF POLITICs—Russia-France--Corps Diplomatique-Slave Trade-

Lord Advocate of Scotland-Military Project - State of Parties

L, on the Corn Laws

Letter from T. B. on the Corn Laws

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.- Military Project-Irish Finance

Letter from W. R. on Doddridge's Essay on Parliaments

958

993

Letter from Miles to Lord Chatham

993

SUMMARY OF Politics. France Slave Trade -Lord Advocate-Irish Fi-

nance-Bank Dollars-Irish additional Force-Small-bounty Men-Parties 1004

960

963

972

TRIALS.

The Trial of Mr. Cobbett for publishing, certain Libels upon the Earl of Hard-

wicke, Lord Redesdale, &c.

801

The Trial of an Action for Damages, brought by Mr. Plunkett, Solicitor General
of Ireland, against Mr. Cobbett

865
LISTS, TABLES, STATEMENTS, AND ACCOUNTS.
List of Sheriff's appointed by his Majesty for the Year 1804

177
Table of the Number of Bankruptcies in England, from January to May, 1804
Table of Christenings and Burials within the Bills of Mortality from Jan. to May, 1804
Table of the Prices of the Quartern Loaf, in London, from January to May, 1804:
Table of the Prices of Meat, Sugar, Salt, and Coals, from Jan, to May, 1804
Table of the Prices of the English Three per Cent. Consols from Jan, to May, 1804.
Table of the Prices of the French Five per Cent. Consolidés from Jan. to May, 1804

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