Cobbett's Annual Register, Band 2

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Cox and Baylis, 1802

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Extract of a Letter from Edinburgh respecting the French Princes
87
Convention between England and the United States of America
97
Trial of Charles Beloe Charles Wag taffe and John Harwood for a Riot at
99
Proceedings at the Anniversary of Mr Pitts BirthDay
103
Letter from Mr Livington Amer Min at Paris to the Amer Consul at Paris
113
Letters from Gen Richepance and Benezech Guadaloupe 82
115
Advertisements of Mr Mainwaring and Sir Francis Burdett
117
Letter from dated Stockholm 5th July 1802 relative to the Projects
129
Count Dietrichsteins Observations on two Articles in The Times relative
135
Proclamation issued by the Fr Gen Richepance at Guadaloupe 140
141
Mr Cobbetts Letter to Mr Huskissons Friend 136
147
Letter to the Pope from certain of the French Bishops
161
Decree granting an Amnesty to Emigrants
165
Letters between Buonaparte and the legislative Body of the Italian Republic 164
181
Letter of Mr Cobbett to Mr Pilt
195
Letters from Gen Richepance Guadaloupe
197
Proclamation issued at Munster relative to the Entrance of the Prussian Troops
203
Treaty between France and the Prince of Orange
225
Decree of the Consulta of the Italian Republic relative to the Disturbances at Bologna 234
241
Note from the Portuguese Min for Foreign Affairs to the Ministers of Foreign
243
SUMMARY of PoliticsMoniteurTrue Briton 208
245
Report of M Talleyrand to the Consul of Fr relative to the Partition of Germany
257
Letter of a West India Planter relative to Dispute at Jamaica
265
SUMMARY OF POLITICS JamaicaMr FoxEnglish NewspapersVandean
279
Representation of the Little Swiss Cantons to Buona parté 278
289
Agricolas short View of the Affairs of Germany
295
Letter from the Emperor of Russia to Count Panin 278
299
Proclamation of the Bishop of Passau 292
333
SUMMARY OF POLITICS_Vandean Royalists Mr Fox 312
351
Talleyrands Report to the Fr Consul relative to the Treaty with Turkey
353
Notification of the Amer Consul relative to Morocco 338
367
SUMMARY OF PoliticsThe ValaisEmperorSwitz Louisiana Malta
377
609
385
Letter of Mr Cobbetl to Lord Hawkesbury on the Partition of Germany
393
Review of Belshams Remarks on the Treaty of Amiens
407
Copy of the original Grant relative to the Bl Sea 354
417
French Decree changing several of the Ministers 368
429
Letter of Mr Cobbett to Lord Hawkesbury on the Partition of Germany
449
Letter from Gen Andermatt to the Helvetic Government 430
473
Letter of Mr Cobbett to Lord Hawkesbury on the new Hostility of France
481
Note of the Austrian Plenipo at Ratisbon to the Fr Minister 466
485
Duke of Kent defended against the Aspersions of Heriot
513
Note from the Fr Legation to the Deputation of the Empire 522
523
65
531
Letter of Tietenser on the Reading Ball on the Peace
545
Treaty between France Prussia and Bavaria
559
Proclamation of the Prefect to the People of Rouen
563
Remarks on an Article in the Moniteur
565
592
577
Letter of Swenska on the approaching Peacedated 1st Sept 1801
617
A Freeholders View of the Situation of Europe and of Parties in Gr Britain
641
Letter of N V of Whitehall relative to the Ball at Reading
653
Addington and Hawkesbury an excellent new Ballad to the Tune of Widow
655
Picture of France in 1801 as drawn from the Procès verbaux
705
Letter to Mr C J Fox on his Misrepresentations
729
French Decree relative to Foreigners settling in France 564
755
Letter of J Tietenser in Answer to Candidus
769
Account shewing how the Monies for the Services of 1801 have been disposed of
933
Account of Ways and Means to answer the foregoing Services
949
Account of the Distribution of the Sum of 1000000 granted for Exigencies 962
961
Account shewing the Amount of the temporary and hereditary Revenues of
979
Account of the Number of Vessels with the Amount of their Tonnage annually
991
784
1009
Ode for His Majestys BirthDay 1802
1021
Verses on a Great Man in Distress
1033
Mr Thomasons for an improvement on Corkscrews
1055
Mr Wilsons for obtaining a Vacuum c 1036
1057
Mr Lewis for Improvements in dying
1059
Mr Maltbys for a Stirrup 1060
1061
Mr Collins for a Cephalic Snuff 1062
1063
Lord Dundonalds for preparing Substitutes for Gum Senegal 1064
1065
Mr Wyatts for Improvements in Distilling drying Coffee c 1066
1067
Mr Prittys for a Method of hanging Springs Joints c 1068
1069
Debate in the Lords Nov 3 1801 on a Motion for an Address to the Throne
1115
Debate in the Commons March 5th 1802 on the American Treaty BillDr
1199
Debate in the Lords May 4 1862 for appointing a Time for taking the Definitive
1217
Debate in the Commons May 5 1802 on a Motion for certain Papers connected
1229
Debate in the Commons May 6 1802 on a Motion for certain Papers relative
1233
Debate in the Commons May 12 1802 on a Motion for certain Papers relative
1253
Debate in the Lords May 13 1802 on the Definitive TreatyLd Grenville
1267
Will of Prince Henry of Prussia
1375
Organic Articles for carrying into Effect the Concordat
1389
Lacrosse Capt Gen of Guadaloupe to the Minister of Marine 1400
1401
Russian Manifesto on the new Formation of Administration 1412
1417
Victor Hugues Commiss at Fr Guiana to the Minister of the Marine 1418
1455
PAPERS PRESENTED TO THE House of COMMONS FROM THE EASTINDIA
1457
Treaty between the Comp and the Nabub in 1792
1477
Treaty between the Comp and Azum ul Dowlah in 1801
1489
Copy of Orders published to the Settlement of Fort St George
1517
Correspondence found in the Palace of Seringa patam
1541
Six Letters of Aristides on the Deposition of the Nabob of Arcot the Death
1563
Lord Clives Answer
1579
List of the Court of Directors of the I Company for 1802 1586
1587
JURIDICAL PROCEEDINGS
1589
Captors of the Caroline Planter v Bell for Prize Money 1604
1603
List of the Members returned to serve in the New Parliament
1609
Knightly and Others v Rogers upon a Policy of Insurance 1618
1621
Debate in the Commons Nov 16 1802 on choosing the New Speaker
1625
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS PAPERS AND DEBATES
1631
Debate in the Commons Nov 23 1802 on the Kings Speech Mr French
1641
Opening of the Parliament
1661
Debate in the Commons Nov 24 1802 on the Report of the Address on
1673
No 14
1677
Debate in the Commons Dec 8 1802 on the Peace Establishment Mr Yorke
1703
No 17
1717
Debate in the Commons Dec 9 1802 on the Report of the Committee of Sup
1763
Slater for infringing a Patent 16127
1773
Debate in the Lords Dec 13 1802 on the Question for the first reading of
1781
Debate in the Commons Dec 29 1802 on the Motion for an Adjurnment
1797
List of New Books published in the United Kingdoms on the Continent of Europe and in America during the last Six Months
1849
Account of the Value of all Imports into and Exports from Ireland for 18 Years
1903
823
1911
The Pilot that moored us in Peace
1925

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Seite 367 - It is agreed that creditors on either side shall meet with no lawful impediment to the recovery of the full value in sterling money, of all bona fide debts heretofore contracted.
Seite 93 - Britannic Majesty to receive the same ; the first of the said instalments to be paid at the expiration of one year, the second instalment at the expiration of two years, and the third and last instalment at the expiration of three years next following the exchange of the ratifications of this convention. And to prevent any disagreement concerning the rate of exchanges, the said payments shall be made in the money of the said United States, reckoning four dollars and forty-four cents to be equal to...
Seite 975 - To all to whom these presents shall come, I, Thomas Paine, send greeting : " Whereas, His Most Excellent Majesty, King George the Third, by his letters patent under the Great Seal of Great Britain, bearing date the 26th day of August, in...
Seite 367 - In satisfaction and discharge of the money which the United States might have been liable to pay in pursuance of the provisions of the...
Seite 577 - ... idol. Is there a Frenchman whose blood does not chill with horror at the recital of such a fact. Surely the manes of these murdered unoffending people must be now hovering round the seat of government...
Seite 575 - ... reasons cannot be here inserted ; on his arrival he entered into a long conversation with him respecting the danger of contagion, concluding at last with the remark, that something must be done to remedy the evil, and that the destruction of the sick at...
Seite 93 - States, that creditors on either side should meet with no lawful impediment to the recovery of the full value in sterling money of all bona fide debts theretofore contracted...
Seite 189 - Rosea in the island of Dominica, and in the port of Nassau in the island of New Providence, one of the Bahama islands, under certain regulations and restrictions...
Seite 367 - Instalment at the Expiration of two Years; and the third and last Instalment at the Expiration of three Years next following the Exchange of the Ratifications of this Convention.
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