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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

PUBLIC PAPERS.

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Note presented by Gaudolphe, Chargé d'Affaires of the French Republic, to the

Landamman of the Helvetian Republic - - - - - - - 17

Precamation of Maria Louisa, Infanta of Spain, Regent of the Kingdom of Etruria 18
Communication made to the City of Bremen, by Gen. Mortier - -

- 18
Explanatory Note to the City of Bremen by Gen. Mortier -
Notice of ibe Blockade of the Elbe by G. Britain : -

Papers relative to the Conquest of Hanover - - - - - - - 106

Letter from Mr. Talleyrand to Ld. Hawkesbury -

Letter from Ld. Hawkesbury to Mr. Talleyrand-

- 107

Letter from Gen. Mortier to Count Walmoden -

Letter from Gen. Mortier to Buonaparté - ..

- 108

Decree of the Batavian Republic relative to British Merchandize

Publication issued by Monsieur, Brother of Louis XVIII, King of Frarce ..

Letter from the American Consul at Hamburg to the American Captains

General Order of Ġen. Berthier issued at Lawenburg - -

• 145

Notice of the Blockade of the Weser by G. Britain - - - - - - 17/

Notice of the Blockade of Genoa and Spezzia, by G. Britain -

1. - 245

Dispatches from Gen. Grinfield announcing the Capture of Tobago -

- 245

Articles of Capitulation of Tobago - - - - -

- 246

Order for Reprisals against the Ligurian and Italian States, by G. Britain

- 270

Proclamation of the Spanish Intendant at New Orleans, restoring the right of Depo-

sit to the Americans - - - - - -
Letter from the Governor General of Louisiana to the Governor of the Mississippi

Territory . - - -

. - - - - - - - 320

Notice of the Blockade of Havre de Grace, by G. Britain -

- - 359

Extract from the Register of the Proceedings of the Council of State of the Italian

Republic - - . - - - - - - - - - - 400

Decree of the Government of Martinique, and St. Lucia, concerning the Duties of

Import and Export - . . . . - - - - - - - - 438

Decree of the Government of St. Domingo, for admitting Provissons free of Duty - 438

Decree of the Government of St. Domingo, declaring the Island in a State of Siege 439

Letter from Monsieur, Brother to Louis XVIII, to the King of England, ofiering

the Services of the French Princes in the War -

- - 459

Letter from Gen. Macdowall, Commander of the British Forces in Ceylon, relative

to the War carried on against the King of Candy - - - - - - 460

Letter from Col. Barbut, relative to the War carried on against the King of Candy 400

Declaration of the Neutrality of Portugal, made by the Court of Lisbon on the 14th

of June - - - - - -

Letter from the Spanish Consul in London, relative to the Rumour of an Einbargo

on Spanish Vessels in London - - - - - - - - - 659

Speeches of the Ambassador of the Sublime Porte and Buonaparté, at an Audience

given to the Former, by the Latter - -

. - 659

Answer of Mr. Talleyrand to the Representation of the American Minister at Paris,

against the French Decrees respecting British Merchandizes - - - - 659

Note delivered to the Foreign Ministers at Constantinople, declaring the Intention

of the Sublime Porte to preserve a strict Neutrality - - - - - 680

Convention between his Britannick Majesiy and the King of Sweden, concluded at

London, on the 25th of July - - - - - - - - - 680

Proclamation of the Batavian Government respecting Neutral Commerce - - 682
Treaty between the United States of America and the French Republic for the ces-

sion of Louisiana, concluded at Paris on the 30th of April . - - - 880

Convention referred to in Art. IX of the said Treaty, settling the Terms of Payment

for Louisiana ... , - . - -

- . - . 863

- 494

FOREIGN OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Letter from General Mortier to the French Minister of War

Decree of the French Government prohibiting the Entry of Vessels from England 400

Decree of the French Government relative to British Flags of Truce .

• 400

Decree of the French Government relative to the Fisheries - - - - 401

Decree of the French Government prohibiting the Exportation of undressed Leather 401

Notice respecting Bills drawn on the French Government by the Government of

St. Doiningo - - i - - - - - - - - - 439

Letter from the American Consul at Paris, respecting American Claims on the French

Government - - - - . - - - - - - - 160

Address of the French and Italian Troops under General Murat to the First

Consul, offering a part of their Pay for the Construction of a Ship of War
Letter from General Victor, Commander of the French Troops in Batavia to the

French Minister at War, transmitting the Contribution of his Army, towards

the Expense of the Invasion - - -
Proclamation of the President of the United States, for convening the American
Congress, dated on the 16th of July

.

Mon of the French national

. . . 493

Proclamacion of Admiral Bruis to the Officers and Men of the French national

Flotilla - - - - . . -

- - -

Regulations to be observed on Board the French national Flotilla .

Report of the French Ministers of War to the Consuls of the Republic, relative to

- the captured French Standards, found at Hanover - - - - - 660

Proclamation of General Ernouf, Captain General of Guadaloupe and its Depen-

dencies, to the Inhabitants of Guadaloupe and to the Army in - - 660

Decree of General Ernouf, Captain-General of Guadaloupe, respecting tlie open.

ing of the Ports of that Island, and a new Tariff of the Duties of Import and

Export - - - - - - - - , - - • - - 660

Letter from Admiral Bruix !o the French Minister of Marine -
General Orders issued by Admiral Bruix to the Officers, &c. of the French na-
tional Flotilla .

- 663

Decree of the Vice-President of the Italian Republic, regulating the Conduct of

the Press - - - -

- - 664

Proclamation of the Agents of the King of Spain for surrendering Louisiana to

France

- - - - - - - - - - - . 664

Message from the President of the United States of America, to Congress, at the

Commencement of an extraordinary Session, held on the 17th of October - 887
Report relative to the Fiscal Affairs of the United States of America, laid before
the House of Representatives on the 25th of October, by Albert Gallatin, Secre-

,

tary of the Treasury

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- 982

PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES.

Lords-- July 1-Army of Reserve--Ld. Hobart-Ld. Moira-Ld. Mulgrave The

- Lord Chancellor - - - - - - -

- . - - 99

Commons-July 1-Woollen-Clothiers-Mr. Brookes-Mr. Hurst-Mr. P. Moore

-- Mr. J. H. Browne-Mr. Wilberforce-Adm. Berkeley-Dr. Lawrence-Mr. .
Sheridan-Mr. Bragge-Chancellor of the Exchcquer - - - - - - 000

- 1043

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Lords-July 4-Army of Reserve-Earl Suffolk-Ld. Walsingham-Duke of Cum-

berland-Ld. Hobart-Earl Moira--Ld. Mulgrave-EarlGrosvenor-Ld. Car-

lisle-The Lord Chancellor-Ld. Daroley--Ld. Pelham-Earl Spencer - - 1001

Lords- July 5-Army of Reserve-Ld. Hobart-Earl Suifolk-The Lord Chan-

cellor-Earl Darnley - - - - - . - - - - 1012

Commons- July 5-Income Tax-Mr. Alderman Coombe-The Lord Mayor-Col.

Bastard-Chancellor of the Exchequer- Attorney General-Sir R. Buxton-

Dr. Lawrence-Mr. Kinnaird - Mr. W. Smith-Ld. Hawkesbury – Mr.

Erskine-Sir T. Metcalfe - - - - - - -

- 1020

Lords—July 6-Clergy-Ld. Suffolk-The Lord Chancellor-Ld. Limerick-B. of

St. Asaph • - . - - - - - - - 1029

Commons- July 6-Army of Reserve-Gen. Gascoyne-Gen. Loftus - - 1033.

Lords, July 8-Lottery-Earl Suffolk-Earl Moira- Ld. Hobart -

Commons- July 8-Seamen—Sir W. Scott-Attorney General-Mr. Wilberforce 1045

Commons- July 12-Fraud on the Bank-Sir F. Burdeti-Attorney General - 1062

Lords- July 13-Woollen Manufacturer - The Lord Chancellor-Earl Rosslyn-

Duke of Clarence - - . . . . . . . . . 1066

Commons July 13-Income Tax-Mr. Smith--Mr. Pitt-Attorney General-

Mr. Kinnaird-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Sir H. Mildmay-Dr. Lawrence
-Lord Hawkesbury-Mr. Ellison-Speaker-Sir W. Pulteney-Mr. Tierney

-Mr. Giles - - - - - - - - - - - - 1074

Commons- July 14-Income Tax-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Mr. Pitt--Attor-

ney General Dr. Lawrence-Ld. Hawkesbury-Mr. Kinnaird - Mr. Hob-

house - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1097

Lords—July 15-Clergy-Earl Suffolk-B. of St. Asaph-Ld. Chancellor - - 1103

Commons - July 16-Income Tax-Chancellor of the Exchequer – Mr. Pitta

Attorney General - - - - - - - - - - - 1120

Commons-july 18-Defence of the Country-Secretary at War-Mr. Windham

-Ld. Hawkesbury-Sir F. Burdett-Mr. Pitt-Mr. Fox-Chancellor of the

Exchequer-Dr. Lawrence-Sir J. Pulteney - - - - - - 1124

Commons— July 20-Defence of the Country-Secretary at War-Mr. Sheridan-

Mr. Kinnaird-Mr. Pitt-Mr. Windham-Ld. Casilereagh-Dr. Lawrence-

Sir. J. Pulteney-Mr. Sullivan-Gen. Tarleton- Mr. Canning-Chancellor of

the Exchequer-Gen. Gascoyne-Attorney Gen.-Ld. Hawkesbury-Sir W.

Curtis - - -

Commons-July 21-Defence of the Country-Secretary at War-Marquis Titch-

field - Mr. Pitt-Mr. Courtenay---Sir W. Pulteney-Ld. Castlereagh- Mr.

W. Smith - - - . . . . . . . '- 1203

Commons~ July 22-Port of London-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Gen. Gas.

coyne-Sir W. Elford--Mr. Vansittart, 1210-Defence of the Country-Mr.
Alderman Coombe-Col. Crauford-Sec. at War- Mr. Pitt-Mr. Courtenay
- Col. Wood-Capt. Harvey-Mr. Windham-Gen. Maitland-Dr. Law.
rence—Sir W. Erskine-Mr. Archdall-Capt. Markham-Sir J. Pulteney-

Mr. Hutchinson - - - - - - - - - - - 1214

Lords - July 25-Defence of the Country-Ld. Hobart-Duke of Cumberland .

Ld. Mulgrave-Ld. Westmoreland Ld. Winchelsea - - - - 1256
Commons- July 25- Prince of Orange-Ld. Gower-Ld. Hawkesbury-Mr.Can.

ning-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Mr. W. Smith-Mr. Johnstone, 1264-

Ways and Means-Chancellor of the Exchequer - - - - - 1274

Commons-July 26–Sugars-Mr. Chapman-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Sir

W. Pulieney-Mr. Manning-Mr. Giles. •

r. Giles. • -

-

-

- - - - - - - 1276

Commons- July 27- Property Tax--Chancellor of the Exchequer-Mr. Pitt-Mr.

Fellowes-Attorney Gen.- Mr. Western - - -

- - - 1282

Lords-July 28-Rebellion in Ireland--Lord Hobart--Earl Linierick, 1286—Mar.

tial Law-Lord Hobart-Ld. Chancellor-Earl Rosslyn - - - 1290
Commons- July 28-Rebellion in Ireland-Chancellor of the Eschequer-Mr.

Windham - Mr. Sheridan-Mr. Hutchinson-Ld. Hawkesbury- Dr. Law.
rence-Ld. Castlereagh-Mr. Alexander-Mr. Chapmaii-Mr. Archdalla
Mr. Hawthorn-Mr. Kerr--Mr. J. H. Browne- Col. Crauford~ Mr. Bragge
-Speaker- Mr. Ormsby

- - - - - - - 1202

Commons-July 29-Irish Clergy-Mr. Corry-Mr. Francis-Sir T. Metcalfe-

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Mr. Hutchinson, 1317–East India Budget-Ld. Castlereagh_Mr. Johnstone

-Mr. Purrowes -- Mr. Prinsep • - - - - - - - - 1320

Commons - Aigust 2-East India Budget-Ld. Castlereagh-Mr. Prinsep, 1351

-Navy "buses-Capt. Harvey --Sir W. Scott-Chancellor of the Eschequer

-Dr. Lawrence- Mr. Johnstone - - - - - - - - 1354

Commons -- Aug 1! 1-Defence of the Country-Mr. Wilberforce-Secretary at

War. Mr. Windham-Mr. Sheridan-Mr. W. Smith--Mr. Archdall-Chan-

cellor of the Exchequer-Dr. Lawrence - - - - - - - 1361

Lords-Avgust 5-Income Tax-Duke of Norfolk-Ld. Chancellor, 1368

Curates-Duke of Norfolk-Ld. Chancellor-B. of London - - - 1370

Commons--August 5-Defence of the Country- Secretary at War-Mr, Sheridan

-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Col. Crauford- Dr. Lawrence - - - 1361

Lords-August 8— Military Council – Earl of Suffolk-Ld. Hobart--Earl Bridge-

water - - - - - - - - - . -. . - 1379

Commons-August 10- Vote of Thanks to the Volunteers- Mr. Sheridan, Gen.

Gascoyne-Mr. Chapman-Ld. Castlereagh - Mr. Windham-Secretary at

War-Mr. C. Dundas-Mr. Wilberforce--Mr. Archdall-Mr. Francis Col.

Crauford-Ld. Hawkesbury - Mr. W. Smith - - - - - - 1387

Commons-August 11--State of Ireland--Mr. Hutchinson--Id. Hawkesbury-

Mr. Elliol – Ld. Castlereagh-Mr. Windham-Sir R. Williams-Col. Cole-

Chancellor of the Exchequer-Dr. Lawrence- Attorney Gen. --Ld. Temple

--Col. Crauford-Mr. Serieant Best-Mr. Alexander - - - - . 1429

Lords- August 12 -- Address of the House of CommonsHis Majesty's Answer-

Prorogation of Parliament - - - - - - -

. . 1466

Lords- November 22-His Majesty's Speech from the Throne-Maiquis Sligo-

Ld. Limerick - - - - - - - - - - - - 152 I
Commons-November 22-King's Speech---Hon. C. Ashley--Mr. Burland-Mr.

Fox-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Sir F. Burdelt . - - - 1532
Commons-November 23-Addres;--- Hon. C. Ashley --Mr. Windham -

- 1554
Commons-November 25-Waterford Election--Mr. C. Dundas--Chancellor of

the Eschequer-Mr.C. Grant-Speakes--Mr. Tierney-Mr. Bragge. - 1560

Commons-November 30- English Bank Restriction-Chancellor of the Exche-

quer-Mr. Jekyll - - - - - - - - - - - - 1571

Commons--December 1-Fortification of Liverpool-Mr. Dent-Chancellor of
the Exchequer-Mr. Creevey - - -

-

- - - 1578
Commons--December 2-Curates-Chancellor of the Exchequer--Sir R. Burton

15&3-Suspension of the Habeas Corpus in Ireland - Mr. Secretary Yorke-
Hon. C. H. Hutchinson-Gen. Loftus-Mr. Hawthorn-Ld. Temple-Ld. A.
Hamilton-Mr. Burrowes--Speaker--Ld. Castlereagh, 1585-Martial Law

in Ireland-Mr. Secretary Yorke-Mr Burrowes---Mr. Corry-Mr. J. C.

'Beresford - - - - - - - - - - - - 15

Commons- December 5-Oats Distillation--Mr. Corry - Mr. Francis, 1607

Martial Law in Ireland--Mr. Elliot---Mr. Secretary Yorke-Col. Crauford

Mr. Francis-Ld. Castiereagh-Mr. Pole-Mr. Windham-Chancellor of the

Exchequer--Mr. Wilberforce-Gen. Loftus Attorney General --Hon C. H.

Hutchinson - - - - - - - - - - - - 1609

Commons- December 6–Irish Bank Restriction-Mr. Corry--Ld. A. Hamilton

1653-India Bonds-Mr. Dent-Ld Castlereagh- Mr. Johnson-Mr. Van-

sitiari-Mr. C. Grant- Mr. W. Dundas - - - - - - - 1655

Commons-December 7-Martial Law in Ireland--Vír. Wilberforce-Speaker-

Col. Wood- Mr. Secretary Yorke-Mr. Windham-Dr. Lawrence-Ld. H.

Hamilton--Adm. Berkeley-Chancellor of the Exchequer- Mr.J.C. Beresford

--Mr. T. Grenville - - - - - - - ... - - 1659

Commons-December 8.-Sierra Leona-Mr. H. Thornton -Speaker-Chancellor

of the Exchequer-Mr. Dent - - - - - - - . - 1670
Lord - Decamber 9-Volunteers - Earl Darnley-Ld. Hawkesbury, 1671-Eng-

lish Bunk Restriction-Ld. King-Ld. Hawketbury-Ld. Grenville' - . 1672

Commons-- December 9-Army Estimaies-Secretary at War- Mr. Windham-

Mr. Secretary Yorke-Mr. Piti-Mr.T.Grenville--Ld. Castlereagli--Mr. Fox

-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Mr. Corry - - - - - - - 1677

Commons-December 10- Volunteer Esemption - Mr. Secretary Yorke -- Mr.

Curwen-Mr. H. Addington - - - . . . . . . 1755
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Lords-December 12-Irish Habeas Corpus and Martial Law-Id. Hawkesbury

Earl Suffolk-Ld. King- Marquis Sligo-Ld. Grenville-Ld. Limerick-Ld.

Chancellor-Earl Darnley-Ld. Hobart - - - - - - - 1960

Commouis-December 12-Army Estimates-Col. Crauford-Mr. Rose-Mr. Se.

cretary York-Mr. Pite-Mr. Curwen-Ld. Castlereagh-Chancellor of the

Exchequer-Mr. Windham - Mr. Erskine-Mr. Courtenay-- Dr. Lawrence-

Attorney General-Secretary at War - - - - - - - 1-81

Lords- December 13-English Bank Restriction--Ld. Hawkesbury-Ld. King

Marquis of Sligo-Duke of Norfolk - : . . . . . . - 1824
Commons—December 13-Volunteer Exemptions-Mr. Secretary Yorke-Mr.

Pitt-Mr. Rose--Sir W. Young-Alorney General-Dr. Lawrence-Vr.
Gile-Chancellor of the Exchequer-Gen. Norton-Sir W. W. Wynne-

Mr. Pattison-Col. Crauford - - - - - - - - - 1830
Commons- December 14 - Volunteer Exemptions--Mr. Windham- Mr. II. AJ-

dington-Mr. Alderman Price-Mr. Secretary Yorke-Col. Crauford-Sir W.
Young-Col. Calcraft-Mr. Giles-Dr. Lawrence-Chancellor of the Exche-

quer - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1854
LordsDecember 164 Volunteer Exemptions- Earl Suffolk--Ld. Hobart-Ld.

Hawkesbury-Ld. Chancellor-Ld. Grenville-Ld, Darnley-Duke of Cla-

rence - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1874
Lords - December 19-Volunteer Exemptions -Earl Fitzwilliam-Ld. Hawkes.

bury-Ld, Grantley-Ld. Chancellor - - - - - - - 1864
Commons- December 19-Volunteer Exemptions-Mr. Secretary Yorke-Speaker

-Mr.Windham-Mr. Calfcrası-Ld. Folkestone-Chancellor of the Eschequer
-Mr. Giles - - - - - - - - - - - - 1889

DOMESTIC OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Circular Letter to the Official Ministers of the several Parishes of Great Britain - 129

Important Considerations for the People of this Kingdom -

- - 132

Note from Lord Cathcart 10 the Marquis of Titchfield -

- - 1.16

Proclamation by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland - -

- - - 143

Message from the King to Parliament, on the 2 jst of July -

- Iso

Dispatches from Gen. Grinfield and Com. Hood, relative to the Capture of St.

Lucia - - - - -

- 171

Proclamation by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland - - - - - - 173

Address of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of Middle ex to the King . 178

Circular Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties, July 30 263

Address from the Lord Lieutenant of Sussex to the Nobility, Gentlemen, &c.

of the County . - - - - - - - - - - - - 205

Circular Letter from the Admiralty to the Commanders of Fencible Districts . 205

Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties, August 3 - - 206

Address of the House of Commons, on the 12th of August - - - -- - 247

The King's Speech to Parliament, on the 12th of August - - - - - 247

Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties authorizing the

Suspension of some Clauses of the General Arming Bill, and directing the

Number of Volunteers to be raised by each Parish - - - - - 275

Plan of a Volunteer Naval Armament for the Protection of the Coast, transmitted

to the Lords Lienrenants of Counties by Lord Hobart - - - - 272

Letter from the Speaker of the House of Commons to the Lords Lieutenants of

Counties, enclosing the Vote of Thanks given by the House to the Volunteers 341

Vote of Thanks of the House of Commons to the Volunteers - - - .

Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, enclosing a Plan for

a voluntary Naval Armament - - - - - - - - - 342

Letter from Lord Hobart to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties, dated August 15 - 342
Letter from Lord Hobart to Lord Fitzwilliam, dated August 19 -

343

Address of the Catholic Noblemen of Ireland, intended to be presented to the

King -

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Proclamation by the King, respecting Aliens

Letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Middlesex to the Commanders of the Volun.

teer Corps -

- - - - 362

Letter from the Right Hon. C. Yorke to the Lords Lieutenants of Counties, re.

pecting Arms for the Volunteers : - - - - - • 401

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