Cobbett's Political Register, Volumen4

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William Cobbett, 1803

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Mr Cobbetts Address to the Public relative to Mr Heriot
237
Notice of the Blockade of Genoa and Spezzia by G Britain
245
SOMMARY OF POLITICSRussiaTabagoIrelandDumourier
253
Order for Reprisals against the Ligurian and Italian States by G Britain
269
SUMMARY OF POLITICSPrince of Wales RussiaSierra LeonaSubcription
277
A Friend of my Country on Invasion
295
Letter from A B to the Earl of Suffolk on the Army
309
Proclamation of the Spanish Intendant at New Orleans restoring the right of Depo
319
from Mr Cobbett to Mr Sheridan
321
A B Correcting an Error relative to the Earl of Cavan
339
Letter from the Right Hon C Yorke relative to the Establishment of the Volun
347
Letter from Annibal on the Subscription at Lloyds
353
Leter from the Governor General of Louisiana to the Governor of the Mississippi
357
from Mr Cobbett to Mr Sheridan
387
Admiralty Orders relative to the Blockade of Havre de Grace and the Mouth
403
from Mr Cobbett to Mr Sheridan
417
Anjou on the evil Tendency of the Commercial and Funding Systems of Great
431
Decree of the Government of Martinique and St Lucia concerning the Duties
437
Academicus on the Immorality of Sheridans Play of Pizarro
447
Letter from Monsieur Brother to Louis XVIII to the King of England offering
459
His Majestys Order for the further Prorogation of the British Parliament dated
469
SUMMARY OF POLITicsFund at LloydsBombardments Volunteer Corps
471
Regulations for the Formations c of Corps of Yeomanry Cavalry raised sub
489
SOMMARY OF POLITICS
507
om Mr Cobbelt to Mr Sheridan
577
Lloyds Fund The Black EmpireSpain and PortugalEspritdeCorps
603
SUMMARY OF POLITICSThe Volunteers Ireland Edinburgh Resolutions
623
from Mr Cobbett to the Right Hon Lord Folkestone on the Evils of
641
An Enemy to Quacks on the Defency of Arms 64
653
Letter from the Spanish Consul in London relative to the Rumour of an Embargo
659
R S on the Necessity of the Volunteers being examined by Surgeons
675
Convention between his Britannick Majesty
679
His Majestys Proclamation for convening the British Parliament on the 20th
685
State of the Volunteer Corps and the Regular Army
689
from Mr Cobbett to the Right Hon Lord Folkestone relative to
703
PhiloPatriæ on the Insubordination of the Oxford Volunteers
717
General Return of the Royal Army of Reserve for England and Wales
721
Heart of Ok on Invasion
871
Conventions referred to in Art IX of the said Treaty settling the Terms of Payment
883
A Freeholder on Unanimity 876
919
libernicus on the defenccless State of Wales
931
His Majestys Proclamation relative to Aliens dated on the 12th of October 59
943
Juverna Letter V on the Affairs of Ireland
963
LordsJuly 6ClergyLd SuffolkThe Lord ChancellorLd LimerickB
1031
LordsJoly 8LotteryEarl SuffolkEarl Moira Ld Hobart
1043
Commons July 12Fraud on the BankSir F BurdettAttorney General 1062
1069
LordiJuly 15ClergyEarl SuffolkB of St AsaphLd Chancellor
1103
Commons July 20Defence of the Countrysecretary at WarMr Sheridan
1177
CormonsJuly 21Defence of the CountrySecretary at WarMarquis Titch
1195
LordsJuly 25Defence of the CountryLd HobartDuke of Cumberland
1255
Commons July 25Prince of OrangeLd GowerLd HawkesburyMr Can
1273
orcs July 28Rebellion in IrelandLord HobartEarl Limerick 1286Mar
1289
Miles on the Committees of the Volunteer Corps
1333
CommonsDecember 12Army EstimatesCol CraufordMr RoseMr
1341
from a Continental Observer on the Restoration of Louis XVIIL
1471
659
1483
CommonsDecember 2CuratesChancellor of the ExchequerSir R Burton
1583
Commons December 5Oats DistillationMr Corry Mr Francis 1607
1607
Commons December 7 Martial Law in IrelandMr WilberforceSpeaker
1665
CommonsDecember 13Volunteer ExemptionsMr Secretary Yorke
1839
CommonsDecember 14Volunteer ExemptionsMr Windham Mr H
1853
Letter from Ld Hawkesbury to Baron de Silverhjelm relative to the Prohibition
1895
General Return of the Royal Army of Reserye for Ireland Il
1899
Statement of the Situation of Hanover published by the Hanoverian Resident
1941
LordsDecember 16Volunteer ExemptionsEarl SuffolkLd HobartLd
1967
Letter from General Mortier to the French Minister of
1995
Circular Letter to the Official Ministers of the several Parishes of Great Britain
1999
Decree of General Ernouf CaptainGeneral of Guadaloupe respecting the open
2007
Commons July 28Rebellion in Ireland Cliancellor of the ExchequerMr
2009
Address from the Lord Lieutenant of Sussex to the Nobility Gentlemen
2011
7
2019
206
2029
SheridanMir BraggeChancellor of the Exchequer
2031
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