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P. on Scotch Small-Bounty Men, 128. Bank Directors; A. &. on the conduct of, I03. Observations on, 2. I4. Bank Dollar Bill ; Annibal's letter on, 26. Bank i)ollars and Tokens; observations on, 41. Bank Notes ; J. T. on the effect of, on the price of previsions, 417. Rank Notes; Crito, on the refusal of,955. Bank of England Law; Sciutator on, 175. Bath Volunt cers; on the conduct ot, 301, 3 r I. Birmingham Dollars; C. B. on, 225. Obžervations on, 2.16. B. L., on the project of revolutionizing South America, 833. - Blockading system: Britanicus on, 680. Bonney, J. A.; his letter relative to a falsehood contained in Mr. H. Thornton's Speech, 424. Boulogne; curions account of the festival at, in honour of Buonaparé's Birth-day, 401. Bread and Labour; P. on the price of, 814. —-; on the high price of 844. —-, price of; observations on, 25s 3.04. —-; table of the prices of, from June to Dec., 1804. 1069. Britannicus, on the Blockading System, 630. , on the Repeal of the Coronation and Test Acts, Letter First, 81c. Second Letter,
i t . Boi. Observer, The ; his letter on the Catholic Claims, 90.
British ship-owners; address to the, 353. Obser
Buonaparté, Jerome; Intercepted letters relative to, 685, 77 i. C. C. on the Internal State of Jamaica, 133. Cainous on the Causes of the French Revolution, 3.35. . coin, Mr. and Lord Hawkesbury; on the conduct of those gentlemen, with respect to the New *.inistry, 783, 824, 1912. Cars, of 'i ary ; inquiry into the utility of, 311, 3.5 t , 362. Catamaran Expedition; Lord Keith's Official Account of, 557. - ; strietures on, 570, 669. —, the ; an excellent New Ballad, 645. Catamaran Expedition; French account of, 647. Catholics of Ireland ; An Irish Freeholder's letter on, 629. Observations on, 664, 735. His stcond letter, 8.01. Catholic Claims; The British Observer’s letter on the, 9oo. C. B., on the Birmingham Dollars, 225. tions on, 246.
—; Regulus, on the subject of his parole, 914. Crito, on the R fusal of Bank Notes, 955. Currency, paper; observations on Foster on, $3. —---, Irish ; state of, t 2 1. ; J.T. on the state of, 137. - ; J.T.'s scCond Lcticr on the start
tions on, 368. - Buonaparté; Organic Senatus Consultum conferring on him the Title of Emperor of the French, zoz, 477. See Napoleon. - - ; curious account of the Festival at Boulogne, in honour of thc Birth-day of, 491.
Irish Currency; J.T. on the state of 132. - ; J. T.'s second letter on the state
of, 32 1. Irish Freeholder's letter on the Catholics of Ireland, 6-9. Observations on, 664, 735. His second letter, $o 1. Irish Paper Money; I.T. on the state of, o, 795. Qbservations on, 665, 716. Irish Small Notes ; observations on, 46. Irish Volunteers; Flaminius on the,816. J. T. on the state of irish Currency, 137. J. T.'s second letter on the state of Irish currency, 32 I. - 1.T. on the effect of Bank Notes on the price of Provisions, 417. J.T. on Irish, Paper Money, 628, 705. Observations on, 665, 716. - J.
Jacobinism; revival of, 412, 446,510, Jamaica; Mr. Cobbett's observations on the dis. *** and disputes which have lately arisen in the Island of, 1. Jamaica Produce; Col. Henderson's correspondence with the Treasury, relative to the duties on, 65. Jamaica : extracts from the Minutes of the Assembly of, relative to the French Prisoners brought thither from St. Domingo, 79. Jamaica Complaints; observations on, 82. -; internal state of, I 24. ---, C. on the internal state of, 133.
K. King and the Prince; on the reconciliation bee tween the, 791. - - -King's Proclamation relative to the Meeting of Parliament, 543 King's Speech on Proroguing Parliament, 185. Observations on, Igo, f L. Letter from T. M. on Doddridge's Essay on Parliaments, 24. - -- Annibal on the Bank Dollar Bill, 26. ————— on Mr. Pitts' Finance Resolutions, 33 —----- Mr. Cobbett to Mr. Pitt, on his Einance Resolutions, 97. Second letter, 161. B., on Scotch Small-Bounty Men, 1:8. --- C., on the Internal State of Jamaica, I 33. ——— J.T. on the State of Irish Currency, 137. Second letter, 3: 1. - Sir R. Musgrave, on his History of the Irish Rebellion, 14o. ----- Censor, on the Royal Prerogative, L42 Q. B., on the Kingly office, 15. D. W., on the Produce of Taxes, 174. — scrutator, on the Bank of England Law, I 75. Amicus, on the Slave Trade, 128, . - A. R., on the Conduct of the Bank Directors, 193. Observation on, 2:4. A. B., on Mr. Pitt's Finance Resolutions, 195. - . ---. Alfred, on the Navigation with the West Indies, 196. - C. B., on the Birmingham Dollars, 225. Observations on, 246. --- D. W., on Mr. Pitt's Finance Resolutions, 229. -- A. B., on the slave Trade, 231. - Camilius, on the Causes of the French Revolution, 385.
Letter from J. T., on the effect of Bank Notes on the price of provisions, 417. - T. r. on the depreciation of Money, 420. ——— J. A. Bonney, relative to a falsehood contained in Mr. H. Thornton's Speech, 424. Mr. Cobbett to Mr. Pitt, on the Causes of the Decline of Great Britain, 449. Second letter, 5.13 Third letter, 609. Fouth letter, 737. Fifth letter, 865. Sixth letter, 929. T. M., on the incapacity of Henry VIth., 466. Third litter, 5-7. Fourth ietter, 804. Fifth letter, 893. Sixth letter, loor. T. N., on the Slamp Dusies, 466. Hibernicus on the Additional Force
—- intercepted; from Mr. H. Wellesley to the
Marq. Wellesley, 534. —— J Turnbull, relative to the Dispute with Spain, 544. B., on the effects of Paper Money in times of scarcity, 545. Observations on, 559. His second letter, 9.19. - Agricola, proposing a remedy against the evils of depreciated notes, 585. — Publius on the laws in the conquered Colonies, 587. *- J.T. on Irish Paper Moncy, 623, 705. Observations on, 665, 716. - An Irish Fleeholder, on the Catholics of Ireland, 629. Observations on, 664, 735. His second letter, 861. —— Scipio, on Sir R.Wilson's Inquiry into the Military State of the British Empire, 632. ——— Annibal, on the Scarcity of Coin, 638.
–—— Lord Nelson to the Lord Mayor of
London, relative to a Vote of Thanks, 659. Observations on, 669. •——— Z., on the State of Ireland, 673. Second letter, 711. . Third letter, 745. Fouith letter,9c6. Fifth letter, 951. ——— Britannicus, on the Blockading System, 680. ——— Y., on Subscriptions in Military Bodies, 683. *- Britannicus, on the Repeal of the Coromation and Test Acts, 81 o' Second letter, 911. ——— P., on the Price of Bread and Labour, 814. o — X. X., on the Conquered Colonies,815 Flaminius, on the Irish Volunteers,
Letter from A. T., on a War of Words, Icc3. Letter from Col. Henderson to Mr. Pitt, relative to the Duties on Ja raica Produce, 65. -- — — — — Addington, on the Duties of Jamaica Produce, 66. - Vansittart, on the Duties on Jamaica Produce, 71. Edmund P. Lyon, F sq. Agent for the 1sland of Jamaica, to Col. Henderson, relative to the Duties on Jamaica Proeuce, 73. Letters, intercepted; relative to Jerome Buonaparté, 685. 77 i. Liberty of the Press; present state of, to 18. Lloyds'; strictures on the Patriotic Fund at, 7 Louis XVIII. ; Protest of, 182.
Narrative of the Principal Occurrences during the late Election for Middlesex, 257. Plot at Warsaw, 325, 471. Observations on, 43o. Napoleon; Decree for taking the Oath and the Coronation of the Emperor, I 16. —.; Narrative of the Coronation of the Emperor, 1oog, Io;8. ——- on the consequences of his elevation to the Imperial Dignity, 911. Nares, Mr. Archdeacon ; dangerous tendency of his thanksgiving Sermon for Plenty, 857. His gross ignorance txposed, 857. --- Navigation Laws; address to the British ShipOwners, on the present state of, 353. Observations on, 368. Nelson, Lord; his letter to the Lord Mayor of London, relative to a Vote of Thanks, 659. Observations on, 869. Norfolk Freeholder's letter, on the subject of the Paston Papers, 889.
Paper Money System; Mr. Cebbett's letter to Mr. Pitt on, 737. Parliament; King's Proclamation relative to the Meeting of, 543. Parliaments; T. M.'s letter on Doddridge's Essay on, 24. Patriotic Fund at Lloyd's; strictures on, 790. Permanent Duty Men; observations on, 93. Pitt, Mr. ; Mr. Cobbett's letter to him, on his Finance Resolutions, 97, 161. — —; Mr. Cobbett's first letter to him, on the Causes of the Decline of Great Britain, 449. Second letter, 513. Third letter, 659. Fourth letter, 737. Fifth letter, 865. Sixth letter, 920. ; P.'s letter in defence of, 995. Strictures on, Ici 2. Plot at Warsaw; Narrative of, 325, 47.1. observations on, 430. Prerogative; Censor, on the Royal, 142. Press; present state of the Liberty of the, 1018. Price of Bread; observations on, 235, 304. Price of Bread and Labour; P. on the, 814. Prices; Essay on High,844. Provisions; J.T. on the effect of Bank Notes on the price of, 417. Public Papers, 27.36, 159, 182,223,424, 483,538, 642, 756, 819, 387. Publius on the laws in the Conquered Colonies, 587.
Scarcity; D.B. on the effects of Paper Money in times of 545. Observations on, 559. His second letter, 911. §carsity of Coin: Annibal on, 638. Scipio, on Sir R. Wilson's Inquiry into the State of the Military Force of the British Empire, 632. Scotch Small-Bounty Mcn; B.'s letter on, 128. Sorutator, on the Bank of England Law, 175. Ship-Owners; Address to the British, 353. Observations on, 368. Sketch of the present Prospect of the War Slave Trade; %. on o: 178. War, 929 A. B., on the, 23 I. **onerica; B. L. on the project of revolutionizing that country, 833. Spain; observations on the dispute with, 512. T. dispute with; letter from J. Turnbull relative to, 541. 7, observations on a war with, 595, 670. * Frigates; observations on the Capture of, 786.
Table of the Number of Christenings and Burials within the Bills of Mortality from June to Nov, 1864, to 63. Table of the Prices of the Quartern Loaf, in Lon. don, from June to Dec. 1804, to 63. Table of the Prices of Meat, Sugar, Salt, and Coals, in London, from June to Nov. 1804, Ioč3 Table of the Prices of the English Three Pei Cents Consols, from June to Nov. 1804, io93. Table of the French Five Per Cent. Consolidés from June to Nov. 1804, 1:65. Table of the Number of Bankruptcies from June to Nov. 1804, los s. Test and Coronation Acts ; Britannicus on the Repeal of, 810. Second letter, 911. T. M.'s Letter, on Doddridge's Essay on Parliaments, 24- - second letter on the Incapacity of Henry the VIth., 640. Third letter, K 77. Fourth letter, 804. Fifth letter, 893. Sixth letter, Ioci. T. N. on the Stamp Duties, 466. T.T. on the Depreciation of Money,420.
Wales, Princess Charlotte of; state of the dispute relative to the education of her Royal Highness, 1oz 5, 1oz7. War; observations on the present state of the, 87. - sketch of the present prospect of the, 929. War of Words; A.T. on, Ioos, Warsaw; narrative of the Plot at, 325, 471. Observations on, 430. Warwickshire Treason; observations on, 22r. Wellesley, Mr. H.; intercepted letter from him to the Marq. Wellesley, 534. West Indies; Alfred on the Navigation with the, 196. who, Sir Robert; review of his Inquiry into the State of the Military Force of the Biitish Empire, 494. Scipio's letter on, 632.
X. X. X. on the Conquered Colonies, $15.
Y. o Y. on Subscriptions in Military Bodies, 683. Z.
Z.'s first letter on the State of Irtland, 673. Second letter, 711. . Third letter, 745. Fourth letter, 906. Fifth letter, 95 i.
R. Redin, 160 Rose, 99, 16:, 164, 166, 190, 311, 41 1, 52 r Rumbold, 764, 782, 82d, 889
Sweden, King of, 234,
643, 759, 819, 887,893 Temple, <9 Thornton, 194,378, 412, 443 Tierney, 795 Turnbull, 544 W.
Wansit tart, 71 W. Wall, 215 Warwick, 22 r Watson, 315, 442 wellesley, 513 Wheaticy, 170, 230 Wilberforce, 104, I 17, 178, 188, 229, 406, 739, 785, oss Wilson, 494, 51c, 554,
-Windham, 52, 55, 195, 109, so
Yorke, Ioz, 38;
423, 488,592,643,696 750, 752, 76°, 777,892 92.9
Spain, 36, 511, 544, 595: 66c, 67c, 748, 777, 786
Stutgard, 644, 775 • Sweden, 87, 134,254, 356,