Despatches, Correspondence, and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of Wellington, K. G.: 1828-1829

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Memoranda Representation and Selections by the Duke of Wel
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Gordon Duke of letter to 553
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Tweeddale Marquess of letter from on the Roman Catholic ques
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Aglie Comte d Sardinian minister 29
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Gaisford Professor refuses the deanery of Norwich 33 to
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Vaudois The memorandum by the Duke on 599 British inter
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Rutland Duke of letter to 314 correspondence with on
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Saltpetre supply of
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Young Mr case of 45 release of 52 to be banished from
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Wallace Mr letter to the Right Hon J Wilson Croker on
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War dangers of and gain of France and England by the peace
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Pradt Abbé de pamphlet by
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King mention of 1 letter from the Duke of Wel
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America British North state of militia laws in 71 Canadian
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Castelcicala Prince de correspondence with 108 114
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Knighton Sir William Private Secretary to the King corre
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Ireland 120
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OConnell Mr opinion of on fortyshilling freeholders 103
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Gower Lord Francis Leveson Earl of Ellesmere satisfaction
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Bagdad Pacha of encouragement to improve his military resources
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Lauderdale Earl of letter to 268
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Plymouth assemblage of Portuguese troops and refugees at 131
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Memoranda c by the Duke of Wellingtoncontinued
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Premunire penalties of 160 201 387
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upon Sir Brook Taylors despatch from Berlin on the Eastern
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Steele Mr disturbance created in Ireland by 144 155 166 case
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Anonymous letters
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England officiousness of the English people 184 226 panic
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Scarlett Sir James Lord Abinger 179 192 203 fitness of
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Farnborough Lord 427 488
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Press tone of respecting policy of government towards Portugal
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Wetherell Sir Charles AttorneyGeneral office of Baron of
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Privy Council in England and Ireland 120 122 148
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Pensions memorandum by the Duke of Wellington respecting
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Stevenson Mr Alexander letter from on the Episcopal Church
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Gurney Mr legal opinion respecting libels on the Duke in
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Brest secret intelligence from
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militia 241 correspondence with the King on the state
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OConor Dr opinions of 465
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Leinster Duke of letter from on Catholic emancipation 425
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Hardinge Rt Hon Sir Henry F M Viscount SecretaryatWar
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Williams Sir Robert letter to 452
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de case of 416
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Police of the metropolis bill of Mr Peel respecting 606 611
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Militia pay of the 68 state of militia laws in British North
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Buckingham Palace expenses of buildings at
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Loan Portuguese 143 Spanish 338
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by various writerscontinued
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Stuart Sir Charles position and proceedings of as Portuguese
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Fitzgerald Right Hon W Vesey letter to on treaty with Austria
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Orange Prince of correspondence with upon the death of
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Bagot Lord letter from to Earl Bathurst 502
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America United States of treaty with in relation to shipping
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Bathurst Earl Lord President of the Council correspondence
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Owen RearAdmiral Sir Edward disposed to retire from
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unreasonable requests made to 453 letters to the King
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Beaufort Duke of mention of 476 Privy Seal offered to 478
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Chandos Marquess of letter from expressing the wish of his father
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Tangier blockade of 320 321
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Ponsonby Lord 170 comments of the Duke on the letter
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Daly Mr James noncompletion of grant of peerage to
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pressure of business on 487 position of government
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Heytesbury Lord 108 has misunderstood the government 178
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Owen Sir John letter to upon the reform of the judicature
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Wellesley Marquess impartial government of Ireland by 279
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Cumberland 504 reply of the King 507 painful dis
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Bülow Baron Prussian minister character of 225 mention of 592
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London Bishop of see Blomfield
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Burton Lt recommended by the King as aidedecamp to
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Fleming J Esq letter to
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Winchilsea Earl of opinion on the Roman Catholic question 253
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House of Commons expected retirement of the Speaker 98
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Bentham Jeremy letters from 546
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Beresford General Viscount MasterGeneral of the Ordnance
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Petitions question respecting presentation of by peers to
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Caboga Count reflections on the siege of Varna by 328
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Scotland extracts from the printed Acts of the Episcopal Church
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Church preferment 33 34 bishopric of Calcutta 426
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Lyndhurst Lord Lord Chancellor letter to the King on
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Foxes destruction of in Windsor Park 582 600
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Darnley Earl of letter to
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME FIVE
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Candia blockade of 132 blockade of raised 140 151 165
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Discipline the Dukes notion of 138 comparison between British
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Prussia views of on the Eastern question 193 222 number
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Reineck General Baron SwedishGreek commander in Candia
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d Portuguese ambassador 36 46 52 313
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Montgomery Sir Henry C letter to
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Philips Sir George letter from enclosing a communication
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Pakenham Admiral the Hon Sir Thomas letter to
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Spain convention for settlement of claims of 6 debts of
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for Lord Aberdeen on the justification of the measures
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Clarence Duke of resignation of office of Lord High Admiral
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Canning Mr Stratford Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe ambas
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Bernstorff Count 222 225
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by Sir Edward Codrington on the treaty signed at Alex
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Lynedoch General Lord letter from 14
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Munro Sir Thomas remarks of the Duke of Wellington on
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by Mr Goulburn on the renewal of the Bank Charter 21
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Amherst Earl proposed for LordLieutenant of Ireland 357
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Russia memorandum by the Duke upon the language the British
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Seite 512 - For what nation is there so great, who hath God so nigh unto them, as the Lord our God is in all things that we call upon him for...
Seite 466 - His Majesty recommends that, when this essential object shall have been accomplished, you should take into your deliberate consideration the whole condition of Ireland, and that you should review the laws which impose Civil disabilities on his Majesty's Roman Catholic subjects.
Seite 514 - Will you to the utmost of your power maintain the laws of God, the true profession of the gospel, and the Protestant reformed religion established by the law? And will you preserve unto the bishops and clergy of this realm, and to the churches committed to their charge, all such rights and privileges as by law do or shall appertain unto them, or any of them? King or queen: All this I promise to do.
Seite 464 - His Majesty commands us to inform you, that his Majesty continues to receive from his allies, and generally from all princes and states, assurances of their unabated desire to maintain and cultivate the relations of peace with his Majesty, and with each other; and that it is his Majesty's constant endeavour to preserve the general tranquillity.
Seite 501 - You will consider whether the removal of those disabilities can be effected consistently with the full and permanent security of our establishments in Church and State...
Seite 553 - And lastly, that after the decease of her present Majesty, (whom God long preserve) the sovereign succeeding to her in the royal government of the kingdom of Great Britain, shall in all time coming, at his or her accession to the crown, swear and subscribe, that they shall inviolably maintain and preserve the foresaid settlement of the true Protestant religion, with the government, worship, discipline, rights and privileges of this Church, as above established by the laws of this kingdom, in prosecution...
Seite 248 - And I do declare that no foreign prince, person, prelate, state, or potentate hath, or ought to have, any jurisdiction, power, superiority, pre-eminence, or authority, ecclesiastical or spiritual, within this realm: So .help me God.
Seite 60 - His Britannic Majesty, on his side, agrees to grant the liberty of the Catholic religion to the inhabitants of Canada ; he will, consequently, give the most precise and most effectual orders that his new Roman Catholic subjects may profess the worship of their religion, according to the rites of the Romish Church, as far as the laws of Great Britain permit.
Seite 519 - Instead of apologizing for your own conduct, your Lordship has called upon me to explain mine. The question for me now to decide is this. Is a gentleman who happens to be the King's minister to submit to be insulted by any gentleman who thinks proper to attribute to him disgraceful or criminal motives...
Seite 511 - Late political events have convinced me, that the whole transaction was intended as a blind to the Protestant and high-church party ; that the noble Duke, who had, for some time previous to that period, determined upon ' breaking in upon the constitution of 1688,' might the more effectually, under the cloak of some outward shew of zeal for the Protestant religion, carry on his insidious designs for the infringement of our liberties, and the introduction of Popery into every department of the state.

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