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the Garrison at this time.—The Fort of Weischelnunde also surren-
CHA P. III.
Considerations on the late Negociation with France, in the House of
Peers - Apology by Lord Grenville for the Omission of certain papere
· Mr. Canning-Lord Henry Petty-and Mr. Perceval Address
The insatiable Ambition and insiduous Policy of France. -No Alternative
for Britain between Resistance and Submission.-The first Attentions
CH A P. VI.
Finances of the country.-Supplies.-Ways and Means.- Plan of Finance,
with its Object, proposed by Lord Henry Petty.- Eleven Resolutions
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by Sir James Pulteney.-- Lord P.'s Plan defended, and Lord Co's et-
CHA P. VII.
Bill for the Abolition of the Slare Trade, brought into the House of Peers
by Lord Grenville.- Motion for appointing a Day for the second
and ordered to be printed.— Reasons for postponing from time to
Qualities required in a Statesman placed in a new and diffeull Situation.
---Characters of Mr. Charles Fox and the Marquis of Lansdown.-
- Revolution at Constantinople.- Fruitless Erpedition to the Dar-
Capture, and subsequent Evacuation, by the English, of Alerandria.-
CHA P. XII.
State of Europe after the Peace of Tilsit.-War against the commerce of
England.- Decrees of Buonaparte blockading all the Ports of Britain,
CHA P. XIII.
General Elections.- Important change in public opinion, respecting 72
usual Majority in the House of Commons.-Westminster Election.-
CHA P. XIV.