Cobbett's Annual Register, Volume 2

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Cox and Baylis, 1802
 

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Contents

Mr Cobbetts Letter to Heriot the Printer of the True Briton 162
179
Decree of the Imperial Commission respecting the Indemnities
193
Letter of Mr Cobbett to Mr Pilt
195
Proclamation issued at Munster relative to the Entrance of the Prussian Troops
225
SUMMARY OP PoliticsMoniteur_True Briton 208
245
Report of M Talleyrand to the Consul of Fr relative to the Partition of Germany
257
Mr Wilsons for obtaining a Vacuum c
287
Representation of the Little Swiss Cantons to Buonaparté
289
Agricolas short View of the Affairs of Germany
295
Proclamation of the Bishop of Passau
321
the Continent 18
325
SUMMARY OF POLITICS_Vandean Royalists Mr Fox 312
351
Note delivered to the Diet by the Min of Fr and Russia
353
SUMMARY OF POLITICSThe ValaisEmperorSwitz LouisianaMalta
377
Letter of Mr Cobbetl to Lord Hawkesbury on the Partition of Germany
393
Review of Belshams Remarks on the Treaty of Amiens aamuvo
407
Decree of the Imperial Commission addressed to the Extra Dep of the
417
458
457
Note of the Austrian Plenipo at Ratisbon to the Fr Minister
465
Letter of Mr Cobbett to Lord Hawkesbury on the new Hostility of France
493
SUMMARY OF POLITICSSwitz MaltaLouisiana 510
513
Note from the Fr Legation to the Deputation of the Empire
521
Concert of Music Vocal and Instrumental to be performed
527
SUMMARY OF POLITICSSwitzerlandPiedmontContinental Connexions
545
Decree of the Senate at Berne respecting the sending of Deputies to Paris 562
563
Remarks on an Article in the Moniteur
565
Boonapartés Conduct in Syria extracted from Sir Robt Wilson
635
Observations on the Fr Senatus Consultum relative to Emigrants 616
653
Definitive Conclusion adopted by the Diet of Ratisbon 636
659
Abases in the General PostOfficeLetter to Lord Auckland thereon
673
Extract from the Paris Argus relative to Messrs Fox Erskine aud OConnor
687
Note from the Fr Min at the Diet to the Imr Plenipo
693
Picture of France in 1801 as drawn from the Procès verbaux
705
Letter to Mr C J Fox on his Misrepresentations 714
725
Orders respecting the Badge to be worn by the Regts serving in Egypt
733
A Freeholders 2d Letter on the Situation of Europe and the Parties of Gr Britain
737
Message of the Lt Governor of Jamaica to the Genaral Assembly
755
SUMMARY OF POLITICSParties in the United States of AmericaCount
767
Notification of the Board for settling American Claims
773
845
775
Page
787
Account of all Pensions granted since 1797
963
Account of all Places for Life whether held by Patent or otherwise
979
468
987
Project of a new Swiss Constitution
989
Account of the Number of Vessels Amount of Tonnage and Number of Men
993
Account of Duties on Malt from 1795 to 1801
1007
Ode for the New Year 1802
1009
Ode for His Majestys BirthDay 1802
1033
Report of the Commissioners for the Sale of the Land
1059
Mr Collins for a Cephalic Snuff
1061
Debate in the House of Lords Oct 29 1801 on the Motion for an Address
1089
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
Dbate in the Lords May 4 1802 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 12 1802 on a Motion for certain Papers relative
1253
French Decree relative to Foreigners settling in France
1375
Proclamation to the Helvetic People from the Helvetic Government 722
1377
Note from the Fr Min at the Diet to the Imp Plenipo 1388
1389
Report of the Fr Gov upon the Situation of the Italian Republic
1401
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS PAPERS AND DEBATES
1415
Opening of the Parliament
1457
Declaration of the Gov in Council of Fort St George
1489
Minute of Lord Clive relative to the pecuniary Provision for the Families
1545
Lord Clives Answer
1579
List of the Court of Directors of the E I Company for 1802
1585
JURIDICAL PROCEEDINGS
1589
List of the Members returned to serve in the New Parliament
1609
Decree granting an Amnesty to Emigrants
1637
Debate in the Commons Nov 23 1802 on the Kings Speech Mr French
1641
Debate in the Commons Nov 24 1802 on the Report of the Address on
1673
Debate in the Commons Dec 9 1802 on the Report of the Committee of
1763
LISTS
1773
Account of Sums received in the Excheq upon the 41 per Cent Duties from
1785
Debate in the Commons Dec 29 1802 on the Motion for an Adjurnment
1797
Variations in the Price of the Quartern Loaf from July
1849
Variations in the Bills of Mortality from July to
1917
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1925
Index of Matter 1903Index of Names 1931Index of Places 1932
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