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Printed and Sold by WILLIAM BENBOW, 360, Sirund.

1820.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

CG
V.37

No. K A Letter to Lord Castlarcagh, 14. TO Lord Lauderdata, on various

do the refusat or the Queen's Prate. topics of the Queen's case.
2. A Letter to the King on the treat 15. To the Radicals, on the pro-
mont of the Qneen.

bable close of the Queen's cause.
8. A Letter to the Earl of Liverpool 16. To the People of Middleton-the

on the approaching Trial of the Crisis of the Queen's Affairs.
Queen, &c.

17. To the Wool-Combers of War
4. A Letter to the Queen, on the state wick and the Inhabitants of Bury

of the King's Dominions, &c. &c. St. Edmunds--an illustration of the
8. A letter to the Middle Classes of envy of surrounding nations and

People, on the Trial of the Queen. " the admiration of the world."
0. To the Clergy of the Church of 18. To the People of Dover, on the

England, on their conduct towards Queen's Triumph.
the Queen,

19. To Earl Grey, on the talked of
7. A Letter to the Queen, tendering change of Ministry.
a drice.

20. Léttter to Lord Folkestone on
8. A Letter to the Reformers on the his letter to the People of Berkshire,

Cause of the Persccutions carried 21. “ Rump CoxsPIRACY.” To the
on against the Queen, on the man. Electors of Westminster, on the
nor of spending publie money, and

Trial in the Court of King's Bench,
on Lord John Russel and the Whigs. of Cleary against Cobbett.
9. An Answer to the Solicitor-Gene- 22. To the Electors of Westminster,

ral's Speech against her Majesty, on the Trial, Wright v. Cobbeti,
30. To the Wearer Boys of Lanca and on the late Westminster Micei-

shire: things to laugh at and things ing.
to remember.

23. Letter II. to Earl Grey, on the
Ili A Letter to Parson Cunningham obstacles-10-4-ebange of Ministry;

on his letter to Mr Whitbread. on the Speech of the American
12. A Letter to Mr. Brougham, on President, and on the prevailing

his neglect of duty in the defence of distresses of the Country.
her Majesty.

24. To the Reformers, on the Whig
13. A Letter to the Attorney-Genoral, Manifesto just issued al Edinburgh ;

comparisov belwoon his assertions and on the precautions to be lakua
and his evidence.

against the issuers,

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Bancroft Library

INDEX OF PERSONS.

A.

Fagnson, General, 82.
Aontas, 1421

Freeling. 1212.
Austin, Mi, 357, 465.

Folkestone, Lord Viscouns, 1347.
B.
Bayley, Judge, 630. 710.

Grensel, Pascoe, 1999,
Berinet!, juo. 199, DE9.

Grey, Lord, 217, '1167, 1373, 1500,
Benbow, Mr. 1530.

1071.
Baring, Alexander, 1898,

Grenville, Lord, 1438.
Bedford, Duke of, 217.

Gell, Sir W. 387, 39.2, 549.
Bergami, Baron, 388, 916.

Gooch. T. S. 818.
Beresford, Lord, 1109.

Guildford, Lord, 855.
Bowles, Mr. John, Sll,

Gurney Mr. 1025.,
Brown, Colonel, 565.

H.
Briggs, Capt. 387, 611.

Harbord, Mr. 10.59, 1177.
Brougham, Mr. 300, 457, 1046, 1836, Hlastar, John, 29.
1663.

llamilton, Lady Ann, $45.
Bachandan, Mr. 239.

Hesse, Cap!. 387.
Buckingham, Marquis of, 1937. Hobhouse, Mr. 914, 1028.
Bordett, Sir F. 82, 1252. 1503. Hownam, Mr. 402.
Barrell, ihe Hon. Mr. 402.

Horner, Mr. 1637.
Burke, 71, 619.

Holland, Dr. 307,
C.

Hutchinson, Mr. C. 526.
Cartwright, Major, 210, $22, 1692. Hutchins, Mr. 633.
Castlereagh, Lord, I, 98, 182, 214, Humo. Mr. F35.
108.

Iluut, Mr. 710.
Caoning, Mr. 78, 330, 408, 637.

1.
Clarke, Mrs. 230, 370.

Ings, 1663.
Crafshey, Mr. 1229.

J.
Craven, the Hon. Keppel, 397, 392. Jeffrey, Mr. 1637.
Cobourg, Prince of Saxe, 209, 230. Jeffries, Judge, 951.
Croker, Mr. 1650.

Johnstone, Mr. 710.
Cunningham, 635, 699.

1.
Cleary, 1417.

Lambton, Mr. 168.
Clarence, Duke of, 916.

Lauderdale, Lord, 134, 913.
Cobbesi, Mr. 1417, 1191.

Leinster, Duke of, 30).
Creery, Mr. 82.

Liverpool, Earl of, 137, 108.
Chester, Mr. 361.

Lisle, Mrs. 361.
D.

Leone, 8:19.
Denman, Mr. 33, 770, 1014.

Lindsey, Lady, C. 387, 39.2.
Douglas, Sir John, 783, 860.

Lopez, Sir .. 1307, 16:4).
E.

Lushington, Dr. 7, 82, 177..
Ellice, Edward, 1598.

Lloyd, Fanny, 360.
Elby, Sir J. 1025.

Mc Mahon, Sir John, 389.
Exmouth, Lord, 916.

Mackintosh, Sir James, 1657.

Maberley, John, 1399.
Flynn, Mr. 402.

Moncricit, Nr. 1037.
Fitzwilliam, Lord, 1655.

Moore, Peter, 1199.
Fitzwilliam, the Countess, $5.

Moira, Lord, 300, 781.
Fellows, the Rev. Robert, 1701.

N.
Franklin, Mr. 1696.

Nero, 1099.
Forbes, Lady E. 387, 312.

Xoel, Sir Gerard, 319.
Fish, Mr. 1537.

Nortlimore, 17r. 16.1.
Finnerty, Mo. 708.

Norfolk, Dulc of, 1009.

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O.

S.
O'Brven, Mr. Dennis, ,879, 935, 1090. Bi. Ledger, Mr. 337.
Oldi, Countess, 92+.

Sidmouth, Lord, 18, 60, 77, 137, 108,
Olivarez, the Count, Duke of, 67.

414, 941.
Ompteda, Baron De, 567.

Sicard, 871.
P.

Scarlett, Mr. 1491.
Parr, Dr. 633.

Sheffield, Lord, 36.
Park, Judge, 628.

Stafford, Marchioness, 455.
Palmerston, Lord, 611, 801. *7'!!

T,
Paine, 1661.

Temple, Richard Plantagenet Gren-
Perceval, 791.

ville Nugent Chandos, 1113.
Pearson, Mr. Charles, 1590.

Tierney, Mr.'1638.
Peel, Mi. 1976, 1579.

Thistle rood, 1663.
Pechell, Capt. 387, 611.

Tyrwhitt, Sir T. 151.
Perry, Mr. 207.

W.
Pilt, 791.

Waddington, Samuel, 683.
Place, 1421.

Waithman, Signor, 1182.
Powell, Mr. 565.

Warren, Judge, 710.
Q.

Wellington, Duke of, 414, 637, 1170.,
Queen, her Plate, 2.

Wilson, Sir R, 822, 1313.
her Letter to the King, 313. Williams, Mr. 799.

her Procession to St. Paul's, Wilberforce, Mr. 239, 1000.'
1873.

Williams, David, 649.
R.

Whitbread, Mr. 699.
Rastelli, 920.

Whitbread, Mr. (the late) 361.
Richmond, Duke of, 74..

Wooler, Mr. 181.
Ricardo, David, 198, 1598,

Wood, Mr: Alderman, 97, 221, 348,
Ridley, Sir M. W. 166.

670.
Rowley, Sir W.818.

Wolsley, Sir C. 710.
Russell, Lord John, 107, 333, 519, White, Mr. 1543.
1011, 1666.

Wright, 1421, 1191.
Rutland, Duke of, 870.

INDEX OF PLACES,

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B.
Berwick, 1637.
Botley, 1616.
Bury St. Edmond, 1190.

C.
Calais, 84,

D.
Dorchester, Jail of, 1543.
Dorer, 1203.

E.
Edinburgh, 1633.
England, 143, 222.
England, the Bank of, 1579.

G.
Genoa, 220.
Gosport, 812.

K.
Knaresborough, 1681.

L.
Litchfield, 1029.
Liverpooi, 333.
ondon, 16, 79,

Newbury, 25.
Nottingham, 17, 151.,

P.
Palaces, the, 18, 19.
Portugal, 1109.

8.
Sandhurst, College of, 655.
Spain, 122, 1109.
Si, Domingo, 1139.
St. Omers, 97, 149, 843.

1.
Venice, 220.

W.
Warwick, 340.
Westminster, 97.
Winchester, 870.
Winchelsea, 6a.

Vol.37.--- No. 1.]

LONDON, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1829, : (Price, 60.

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deed, for not thinking this; for,
A LETTER

if they had 'not sense enough to

foresee it, I told it them; and,
CASTLEREAGH, they ought to have believed me.

However, let them rereive the
On the Refusal of the Plale to consequences.
the Queen ; and on other mal-

I am now about to address
ters connected with the present you upon the subject of the
crisis of Public Affairs. Queen's plate; but, by way of

preface, let me talk to you a lit-
London, July 20, 1820.

tle about the state, to which
CASTLEREAGH,

you and your colleagues and pre-
.It is now about five years decessors have brought this for-
since I addressed my last letter to merly flourishing, happy, and
you. You were then what is vul- free country. The Queen's ar-
garly called cock-a-hoop with rival has produced a great deal
your triumphs on the Continent. of agitation and of turmoil; but
You had just then been received it has operated, also, as a grand
in the Honourable House with diversion, in favour of you and
even clapping of hands. The your colleagues ; and though
Boroughmen were then in high your other troubles will return
glee. They thought that all by and' bye with redoubled
was settled for ever! Miserable force, the diversion accords with
miscalculation! Little did they your system, which is a system
expect that which has since built upon the maxim, that, :
come to pass ; little did they" sufficient unto the day is the
imagine that five years of that" evil thereof;" a system which
glorious peace, which had been never looks beyond its nose ; a
atchieved by twenty-two years system of shifts, expedients, and
of glorious war, would open to blunders. Such a system gains
them a dismal abyss instead of a by every thing, which, though
paradise. They were fools, in-only for a moment, torns the

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