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Ninth Day's PROCEEDINGS.-Speeches of Mr. Whitbread,

Mr. Sheridan, Sir S. Hood, Mr. Paull, Mr. Whit.

bread, Mr. Paull

142

A Lesson to be learnt by those who are compelled to beg

Votes for the Right Hon. R. B. Sheridan .

154

In the Press, and speedily will be published, a New and Cor-

rect Edition of the Double Dealer, &c.

155

Who are the Supporters of Mr. Sheridan ?

156

Song. The Comparison.“ Come listen a Moment, Electors,

I pray," &c.

156

Song. A Westminster Song. Tune “ Mrs. Arne, Mrs.

Arne;" or " My Dog and my Gun;” or “ Derry

« Down"

158

Mr. Sheridan's Letter to Mr. P. Moore, respecting John Da-

venport, the Man who assaulted him .

161

John Davenport's Letter to Mr. Sheridan, on his Release from

Confinement

..161

Tenth Day's PROCEEDINGS.-Speeches of Mr. Cobbett,

Mr. Whitbread, Mr. Sheridan, Sir S. Hood, Mr. Paull 163

MR. SHERIDAN's DINNER AT THE CROWN AND ANCHOR,

Nov. 13.-Speeches of Mr. Sheridan, Sir S. Hood, Mr.

Whitbread, Mr. T. Sheridan, Mr. Sheridan .....

168

Hood and Sheridan for Ever! Success to Placemen, &c. ..

Song. Paull and Liberty. Tune “ Tally heigho" ... 176

ELEVENTH DAY's PROCEEDINGS.-Speeches of Mr. Sheri-

dan, Sir S. Hood, Mr. Paull

MR. SHERIDAN's Dinner AT THE BEDFORD COFFEE

House, Nov. 14--Speeches of Mr. Sheridan, Mr. P.

Moore, Colonel Britten

182

Correspondence of Mr. Cobbett, Mr. Paull, and Mr. She-

ridan ; as published by Mr. Sheridan's Committee .... 185

Mr. Cobbett's Strictures on the Conduct of Mr. Sheridan,

with regard to the above Correspondence

192

TWELFTH Day's PROCEEDINGS.- Speeches of Mr. Peter

Moore, Mr. Whitbread, Mr. Sheridan, Sir. S. Hood, Mr.

Paull, Nr. Peter Finnerty,Mr. Paull, Mr. Peter Finnerty 200

Mr.

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Mr. Sheridan and the Duke of Northumberland

Flagitious Falsehood ! Mr. Sheridan's Letter to Mr. Morris,

Agent to the Duke of Northumberland

215

Letter from Mr. Rodwell to Mr. Peter Moore ... ..: 217

Song. Ye Freemen of Westminster, firmly unite, &c. . , 218

Mr. Paull and the Marquis of Wellesley-Letter from Mr.

Pauļl to the Editor of the Morning Chronicle ....., 219

THIRTEENTH DAY's PROCEEDINGS.-Speeches of Mr. She-

ridan, Sir S. Hood, Mr. Paull

226

MR. Paull's Dinner AT THE CROWN AND ANCHOR, No-

VEMBER 17—Speeches of Major Cartwright, Mr. Paull,

Mr. Cobbett

251

Peter Moore's Character of Sir Francis Burdett in the Year 1804 239

Mr. Paull's Uncle--Mr. Simon Fraser's Letter to Mr. Paull,

with Mr. Paull's Answer

241

THE DUKE OF NORTHUMBERLAND'S LETTER-Mr. Simon

Stephenson to the Editor of the Morning Chronicle , . 243

Mr. Cobbett's Statement of facts, relative to the Duke of

Northumberland's Letter

244

LIBERTY OF THE PRESS, PLACEMEN, PENSIONS !—The im-

partial Opinion of William Cobbett, on the Press, Places,

and Pensions; from the Morning Chronicle.

247

Mr. Cobbett's Reply to the above Attack

248

Song-Paull put out. Tune “ Liberty Hall”

251

FOURTEENTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS.-Speeches of Mr. She-

ridan, Sir S. Hood, Mr. Paull . .

252

Sono. Four-and-twenty Ragamuffins all on a Row, &c. . . 262

FIFTEENTH AND LAST Day's PROCEEDINGS,Close of the

Election.-Chairing of Sir S. Hood and Mr. Sheridan .. 265

M&. SHERIDAN AND SIR S. Hood's Dinner at

THATCHED House Tavern, Nov. 19.-Speeches of

Mr. Sheridan, Sir S. Hood, Mr. Whitbread, Lord W.

Russell, Mr. Sheridan

267

A Few Choice, Rare, and Piquant Epigrarns

273

Mr. Paull's DINNER AT THE CROWN AND ANCHOR, Nov.

19.-Speeches of Mr. Paull, Sir F. Burdett, Major

Cartwright, Ms. Clifford, Mr. Cobbett

275

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Reso

377

Eighth Day's PROCEEDINGS.-Speeches of Sir Francis

Burdett, Mr. Mellish........

383

NINTH DAY's PROCEEDINGS.-Speeches of Sir Fr cis Bur-

dett, Mr. Mellish

388

Tentu Dar's PROCEEDINGS.-Speeches of Sir Francis

Burdett, Mr. Mellish ...

... 393

ELEVENTH Day's PROCEEDINGS.-Speeches of Sir Francis

Burdett, Mr Mellish

398

TWELFTH Day's PROCEEDINGS.Speeches of Sir Francis

Burdett, Mr. Mellish.....

403

THIRTEENTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. Speeches of Sir

Francis Burdett, Mr. Mellish

FOURTEENTH Day's PROCEEDINGS. Speeches of Sir

Francis Burdett, Mr. Mellish ....

410

A Polled Freeholder's Letter to the Independent Electors of

Middlesex ,

414

FIFTEENTH

... 407

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