ney, 124

Battle, near the bridge of Se, Payo, 79 Burdon, Mr. on the common claims of

-of Santiago, 62--of Cuxhaven, 63. public good, 55m-on Sir F. Burdett's
139-of Aspern, 63.75-of Talavera, plan of reforni, 136.-on the nature
147 - of Enzersdorf and Wagram, and necessity of parliamentary re-
159-Banos, 221-of Belihite, 228 form, 197—on the best ineans of ops
- of Almonazud, 229—of Tamames, posing Bonaparte, 278_on the poli-
392-of Ocana, 474

tical and moral effects of the present
Bavaria, free colération in, 83

state of representation, 370-on mi-
Beaumont, George, hard case and pe- nisters having seats in the house of
tition of, 9

commons, 439
Belsham's jubilee sermon, 375

Burke, Mr. on paper money, 325
Biddulpl's violent jubilee sermon, 460
Blake, Gen. defeat of, 228

Bunaparte, his deeree for the deposi.

tion of the Pope, 39-detains geve-
ral Austrian princes as fiostages for Cadiz, rejoicings at, on the arrival of

Cabinet dissentions, 283
the safety of Generals Durosnel and
Foulers, 81-protest against by the

Marquis Wellesley, 230

Canada, singular speech of the gover-
Pope, 199-excommunication of, 200

por of, to the legislative assembly,
-family of, 253—on the best means

of opposing him, 278--Kings of bis Canning, Mr. his fetter to Mi Piack-
creation, 254-French nobility of his
creation, ib.-his observations on the
folly and absurdity of the English Chapman's jubilce sermon, review of,

Cavalry abuses, 99
ministry, 450-bis answer to the ad-

dress from Rome, ib.views of reli-
gious authority, ibo-his speech at Chop, curious Chinese. 185
the opening of the legislative body,

Clifford, account of his action against

Brandon, 485
Britain, fighting against God, 465

Cobbelt, Mr. trial of, for an assault on

William Burgess, 246-his advice to
Bounties, public, 102.103
Brazillian court, bigotry of the, 329

a magistrate a warm advocate for the
British supplies, appropriation ol, 411.

jubilce, 526

Celebs in search of a Wife, extract
Buchan, Lord, extract from his life of
Fletcher, 199

from, 341
Bulletins, French, the 17th. operations

Coke, Lord, on the necessity of adhe-
of the Duke of Ragusa’s ariny, 76– Collection of ihe revenues, abuses in,

ring to the laws, 89
the 18th. death of Schill, ib.—the

19th. success of the army in Hunga- Collyer, Dr. claims the title of clergy
Ty, 77- the 20ih. investing the town
of Raab, 78—the 21st. defeat of the Commissariat department, abuses in the

for dissenting ministers, 372
Austrians at Raab, Essling, &c. ib.

the 22nd. capitulation of Raab, 79— Commissioners for auditing the public
the 23d. order for the seizure of

accounts, 101--of naval revision subia
Chasteller, 80—the 24th. restoration
of the bridges over the Danube, 158

stance of the 11th. report of, 250
the 25th. battles of Enzersdorf and

Common Council of London, confirm

their thanks to Mr. Wardle, 147–
Wagram, 159—the 26ih. farther

gress of the army in Moravia and

their proceedings relative to the Wal-
Hungary, 164—the 291h, suspension

cheren expedition, 477_address to
of arins between France and Austria, Connon llall, proceedings of the live-

the King and answer, 484
ib.--the 281b. sundry regulations af,
ter the suspension of arms, 165-the

ry relative to the Walcheren expédia
29th. return of Durosnel and Foulers, Conscription, report made respecting
166-the 30th. view of the Austrian
furce at the commencement of the Conservative senate, French, address

the, 350
campaign, ib.

to che, 347
Burdett, Sir Francis, reviled by Mr. Constitution of Sweden, abstract of the
Tierney, 6

new, 412-414

tion, 481

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at, 406

Continental governments, reflections on the report at the India House, 174
the downfal of the, 441

proceedings at a general court re!
Copenhagen Jackson, 317

specting the, 176
Cork, meeting of the Roman catholics East Iudia patronage, gross abnses in,

Corrunna, evacuation of, by the French, Eclectic Review, recommends Cus-
61-of Banos, 221

tance's book in defence of bribery
Correspondence between the squab- and corruption, 302
bling courtiers, 283.284

Economy, necessity of, 183
Corruption, falsely deemed a necessary Edinburgh Review, on methodism and
part of the constitution, 86

missions, 260--on reform, 271--re-
Corruptions, political, dangerous to li- viewed according to its own princi-
beriy, 254

ples, 273--427-on the conduct of
Cortez, account of the ancient Spanish, ministers in the late and present war,

261-423-remarks on a passage in
Coulthurst, Rev. Dr. his oration at the the, 438

consecration of the colours belonging Emperor, French, report made to the,
to thc Halifax volunteers, 189

Covent Garden theatre, disturbances Eruption of Mount Etna, 338
at, 247.324-settled, 487

Evangelical clergy enemics to reform,
Crown and Anchor, dinner at the, on 204

the anniversary of the acquittal of Evans's jubilee sermon, review of, 382
Hardy, &c. 302

Expeditions, military, sent by England
Cuesta, General, his account of the to the continent of Europe since the
battle of Talavera, 304

year 1793, 409-411
Curwen, Mr. seats in parliament bill, Expenditure, public, 181,31
Custance's View of the Constitution of

England, reviewed, 291
Cuxhaven taken by the British, 63 Finance coinmittéc, third report of, 34

Finances of Britain, statement of the,


Folkestone, Lord, his motion respect-
Declaration of Russia of war against ing the disposal of the othces of state,
Austria, 54

Decree, for the deposition of the Pope, Flushing, seige of, 153—dreadful state

39—of the governing supreme junta, of the English army at, 236.237.311.
respecting plaús of reforın, 38-of 400
Napoleon, respecting the erection of Foreign corps, abuses in, 99.103
an obelisk on the Ponte Neuf, 232- Forms, of a good constitution how far
royal, of the junta, respecting the in- useful, 87
ternal affairs of Spain, 288--for the Fortifications, extravagant expence of,
suppression of religious orders in Na- 100
ples, 390—of the Prince Regent of Fox, Charles James, eulogium on, 279
Poriugal to the governors of the --remarks on a malicious attempt in
kingdom of Portugal and the Al- Bell's paper to slander his character,

Deserters, British, in America, 318 Foulers, General, kept as an hostage
Distress, warrants of, ordered against for the safety of Chasteller, 81

persons deficient in paying war taxes, Franklin, Dr. on the injustice of priva-

teering, 416
Poctrine of political mixed motives,
exposed, 87


gárves, 448


Gardiner, Mr. a refractory accountant,

East India Company, report from the Germany, dejected state of the Enpress

committee appointed to inquire into of, 82
she abuses of, 169--consideration of Greig's jubilee sermon reviewed, 455


Greoville act, its imperfection, 92
Grose, Sir Nash, his conduct on. White's

trial, 179
Galp of Narva, capture of nine vés-

sels in, 138

to the, 355-proclamation for assem-

bling the cortez, 444
Judges salaries bili, 13



King, the degraded situation of, under

a corrupt representation, 90-re-
Hanover, the domains of, distributed marks on the private virtues of the,

by Bonaparte among his generals and 379.384
ministers, 234

Kings of Bonaparte's creation, 254
Haweis, Dr. remarkson corrupt bishops,
300—-his striking account of priini-

tive christianity, 207
Hody, Dr. on the aucient parliaments Law, Rev. Mr. his remark on the ne-

of England, 431
Horse artillery, abuses in, 100

cessity of reformation in all churches,

House of Cominons, the necessity of
excluding placemen and pensioners Lay Preachers, the Apostles were, 207

Laws, important, unwritten, 429
from the, 368
Household troops, abuses concerning, Leach, Stephen, on the necessity of

modern defended, ib.
Hume, Mr. his encomiun on the puri-

excluding placemen from the bouse

of Commons, 368-remarks on his
tans,' 212
Humphries, Rev. Mr. petition respect- Leges nor Scripta. See laws

theory, by Mr. Burdon, 439
ing his salary, 27
Huskisson, Mr. bis spçech on Wardle's Letter, of Sir A. Wellesley to the ge-
motion respecting public economy,

neral and chief of the French army,

226-answer of the Duke of Treviso,

ib.~from General Don Francisco
I. J.

Vanegas, giving an account of the
battle of Almonazud, 229_from the

French minister for foreign affairs to
Iceland, some account of, 316

Gen. Armstrong, 287—of the Rus-
Individuals, on their duty to promote sian Emperor to Repiel, 290—68-
the public welfare, 191

tract of one from an English officer
Intelligence, Foreign, 59 138.213.304. at Talavera, 309~from Napoleon to
392-domestic, 238.318.469

Alexander, 449.
Inverness, dreadtul accident at, 245 Leud, a free man, remarks on, 436.439
Ireland, how far ft will be benefited by List of the names of the 125 members
reform, 90

who voted for Mr. Wardle's address
Irish revenue, gross frauds on, 7.22.29 110 -ofthe minority on Mr.Perceval's
Ischia, capitulation of, 218

motion, 111—of the minority on Sir
Lsontoc, bis chop to the officers of the Thomas Turton's amendment, 112–
Elphinstone, 187

of the speakers on Colonel Wardle's
Italy, affairs of, 39.290

motion, 112.113-of the minority on
Ivitney's jubilee sermon, reviewed, 385 Lord Folkstone's mion, 113-os
Jacobins, and war-lovers, address 10, the minority on Mr. Maddock's mo-

57-have been the means of Bona. tion respecting Castlereagh and Per-
parte's exaltation, ib.

9 ceval, 113,114—of the minority on
Jamacia, intolerance in, 259,400 Folkestone's motion respecting Cor-
Jay's jubilee sermon. reriewed, 380

wen's bill, 114—of the minority on
Jubilee scrmous, 372.373.374-392 Sir f. Burdett's motion for reform, ib.

festival of, 376.453-—- Proceedings in Local militia, abuses in, 99
the Londou cominon council respect- Loyal Bavarian light horse, 401
ing, 240.319-general orders concern-
ing, 322

Junta, the supreme governiug, address is at

to the Spanish .nation, 33-rovai
order of, and answer,' 293---royal Maddocks, Mr. liis speech on parlia-
order of, to Romana, 227 --address



Manifesto, of Austria, in defence of Prayer, a whimsical one, 189—a con
the war against Fraoce, 45

sistent war one, 1914-jubilee, 323
Dernbers of parliament holding places, Price of tae common necessaries of life,

in the years, 1760, 1809, 327
Message of the president, to both houses Privateering, Dr. Franklin, on the
of congress, 125.127

wickedness of, 416
Methodism, reniarks of the Editor, Proclamation, of the extraordinary con-
concerning, 260

sulta at Rome, 40-of Charles XIII.
Militia, abuse's in, 99.103

King of Sweden on taking the reins
Ministers, on their conduct of the war, government, 42--of Prince Gale

litzin, commander of the Russian army
Mirrour, the, extracts from, 429

in Gallicia, 55-of Andreossy to the
Missionary societies for the spread of inhabitants of Vienna respecting arms
the gospel, impediments to their suc- and ammunition, 83--by the president
cess, 465

of the United States of America, 123
Moniteur, remarks of the, on the En- -of the Marquis de la Romana 10
glish papers, 312

the Asturians, 128--of the Marquis

de la Romana to the Spaniards, 130

by the president of the United
States of America, with remarks,

200.202—of Joseph Bonaparte to the
Negociation between Britain and Ame-

Spanish soldiers, 224-or the Em-
rica, 120
Neutrals, on the rights of, 414.416

peror Francis, 290—of George III.
Nobility, French, of Bonaparte's crea-

fór pardoning seamen, &c, 318.319
tion, 254

-o the army, by the Marquis de
Romana, 227-of Eugene Napoleon

to the Tyrolcse, 396—of the Spanish

junta convoking the. Cortes, 444

of the Emperor of Austria, on the re-
Oliver Cromwell, hig' opinions on the turn of peace with France, 449
subject of toleration, 387

Protestant Dissenter's Almanack, re-
Osborn's jubilee sermon reviewed, 454 viewed, 466

Public expenditure, 181

Public good, the concern of the whole

community, 55
Parliament, is not the same as at the Public otticers, third report of, 20

revolution, 58
Proceedings in the Lords, 1-Commons,

Parnell, Mr. his speech on public eco- Questions, suadry important ones to
nomy, 106.108

the enemies of peace, 57
Peace, general, reflections on, 337- Queen Elizabeth, speech of, to her last
treaty of, between France and Aus-

parliament, 322
tria, 351-treaty of, between Russia
and Sweden, 357

Penal code, remarks on our, 299
Pensions, and sinecures list of, 181
10 late foreign ministers, 16.--paid Reform, Sir Francis Burdett's plan of,

Recruiting staff, ahuses in, 100.103
out of the four and a half per cent
duties, 182

85-advantages that would result
People, the, the fountain of law in En-

from, 91--who would complain of it,
gland, 433

92-on the naiure and necessity of,
Perceval, Grenville and Grey, corres-

197-on the danger of, 265--remarks
pondence between, 283—his places ·

on a passage in the Edinburgh Re-
and pensions, 323

view concerning, 271
Pope, deposed by Napoleon, 39

Reformers, sole object of the, 88
Portland, death of the Duke of, 407

Religious orders in Naples suppressed,
Portugal, new regulations in the go-

290—world cxposed, dangerous prac-
vernment of, 448

tical notions in ebe, S44
Presbyterians, ancient Scotch, refused Report of the Freneta war minister to
to encourage robbing by sea, 417

Bonaparte, 317

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among the, 430

Representation, state of political and Towgood's work on Dissent grossly mis-
suoral effects of the, 370

represented by Mr. Biddulph, 460
Retributive justice of heaveit, remarks (note)

Truewan, Timothy, on the meaning of
Revenue, American account of, 251 the term allegiance, 132-on the
Review of Books, 203.291.34 2.453 duty of individuals to ptomote the
Rio Janeira, disturbances at, 235 public welfare, 191–195—on the
Rome, new government of, 234

Edinburgh Reviewers, 273.427
Roscoe, Mr. his humane conduct to- Turkey, affairs of, 315

wards six black slaves, 246—anniver. Tythes, debate in the Commons con-
sary of his election, 404

concerning, 1
Royal, fanily, annuities to, 181-mili-
tary canal, expence of, 100

Russia, affairs of,

Veljee Patell, his contest with a tigress;


Veritas, address of, to the real jacobins,
Sail cloth, manufacture of, 195

Santiago, taken by the British, 62 Vesuvius, Mount, eruption of, 316
Saxons-Anglo, manner of making laws Viepna, some account of, 64-șiege of

Scotch judicature bill, 34

Vote of credit bill, 11.26
See Papal, remarks on the downfal of Von Berchtold, Count, the German
che, 365

Howard, death of, 316
Seminario Patriotico, a patriotic Spa-
nish paper, suppressed by the junta,

Senegal, reduction of, 223
Shipley, Colonel, his motion respecting Wales, princess of, her debts, 245

Walcheren expedition,
the army, 2
Simplicity and luxury in a state, the War, on the conduct of ministers in
effects of, 333

the late and present, 261--view of

the horrors of, 418
Şinecure places, 102.182

Wardle, Mr, his motion respecting the
Soame Jenyns, a sinecure seeker, 193

medical board, 9-bis motion re-
Spain, affairs of,

specting public economy, 98-on ibe
Speaker, the, speech on the seats in

conduct of the editors of some news.
parliament bill, 14
Staff of ihe army, abuses in, 100—103

papers towards, 277-action against

Messrs. Wright and Mrs. Clarke for
Stocks, price of, 408.488
Supplies sent to Spain and Portugal, 183 Wellesley, his reception at Cadiz, 230

a conspiracy, 487
Sweden, affairs of,

.Whitbread, Mr. bis notion respecting
pew constitution of, 235.412-414

parliamentary placemen and pen-

sioners, 27.35

White, Mr. Henry, petition of, 177

Winterbothain, Ms. his unjust treat-
Talavera, battle of, 147-return of the

ment, 456
killed and wodnded at, 151-cvacua- Woodford, Mr. a refractory accoun.
tion of, 213-general orders from the tant, 109
horse guards respecting the victory Wool, report concerning, 325
of, 239--official account of the battle Wright, versus Wardle, motion for a
of, by Cuesta, 304

new trial, 405
Taylor Bishop, his just definition of
beresy, 212

Toasts at Cadiz, on the arrival of Mar-
quis Wellesley, 231

Zeal without Innovation, Rertew of, 998
Toleration, act, remarks on, 205.209

Zeal without Bigotry, Review of, 209
min England still imperfect, 210

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