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PUBLIC PAPERS.

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Note from Francis Drake, Esq. English Minister at Munich, to Baron de Montge-

las, the Bavarian Minister of State

Note presented to the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, by the Russian Charge

d'Affaires, M. D'Qubril, relative to the Seizure of the Duke D'Enghien 29

Correspondence between Mr. Frere, English Minister to the Court of Spain, and

the Prince of Peace, Prime Minister of His Most Catholic Majesty, preceded
by the Article in the Moniteur, by which the Correspondence was occasioned

36

Convention concluded between the Emperor of the French and the reigning Count

of Bentheim Steinfurth

159

Note delivered to the Diet of Ratisbon by the King of Great-Britain's Electoral

Envoy, Baron von Redin, relative to the County of Bentheim

Protest of Lewis XVIII, dated Warsaw, June 6, 1804

182

Verbal Declaration of the Minister

of the Elector of Baden at the Diet of Ratisbon,

relative to the Seizure of the Duke D'Enghien-...

183

Verbal Declaration of the Deputy for the Electorate of Bohemia and Archduchy

of Austria, relative to the Seizure of the Duke D'Enghien

18;

Verbal Declaration of the Comitial Legation of the Electorate of Brandenburgh,

relative to the Seizure of the Duke D’Enghien

183

Vote of Hanover in the Deliberations at the Diet of Ratisbon, relative to the

Russian Note concerning the Seizure of the Duke D'Enghien

Circular Note of General Brune, French Ambassador at Constantinople, address-

ed to Baron Bielfield, Prussian Envoy at the same Place; with the Baron's

Answer

Vote of the King of Sweden in the Deliberations at the Diet of Ratisbon, relative
to the Russian Note concerning the Seizure of the Duke D'Enghien

334

Note delivered by the Minister of the King of Sweden, as Duke of Anterior

Pomerania, to the Diet of Ratisbon

Decree of the Council of State at Vienna, conferring the Title and Dignity of
Emperor of Austria on Francis II -

424

Note presented to the Diet of Ratisbon by the Imperial Envoy, accompanied by

the Imperial Patent, containing the grand, ordinary, and abridged Title of

His Majesty the Emperor of Austria

437

Note of the Minister of the King of Sweden at the Diet of Ratisbon, relative to

the Assumption of the Title of Emperor of Austria by Francis II
Dispatch from Admiral Gantheaume, Commandant of the Imperial Naval Army

of the Ocean, to the Minister of the Marine

Answer of the Ottoman Port to the Circular Note of General Brune

Note transmitted by Order of His Swedish Majesty to M. Caillard, the French

Chargé d'Affaires at Stockholm, relative to an Article inserted in the Moniteur 483

Decaen, Capt. Gen. of the French Establishment at the Cape of Good Hope, to

Letter of the French Commercial Agent at Rotterdam, to the American Consul at

that Place, relative to English Goods

642

Note presented to M. Talleyrand, by M. D'Oubril, the Russian Minister at Paris 643

Letter from the Emperor Napoleon to the Burgomaster and Council of the City of

Franckfort

689

Notes from the French Minister for Foreign Relations to the Imperial Russian

Chargé d'Affaires, dated May 16, 1804

750

Note from the Russian Chargé d'Affaires at Paris to the French Minister of Foreign

Relations, dated July 21, 1804

Substance of the Note which the Emperor Napoleon directed to be returned in

Answer to the above

Note presented by the Russian Chargé d'Affaires, to the French Minister for Fo-

reign Affairs, dated Aug. 28, 1804

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Note of His Britannic Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, relative to ·
the Seizure of Sir George Rumbold

764
Answers to the Circular Letter of the French Minister of Foreign Affairs to the

Foreign Minister resident at Paris, relative to the Arrest of the Duke D'En-
chien

765
Circular Note from M. Talleyrand, French Minister of Foreign Affairs, to all the
Agents of His Majesty the Emperor of the French

819, 887
Extract of a Letter from the Minister General of Police at Paris to Marshall Ber-
nadotte

889

Note from M. Talleyrand, French Minister for Forcign Relations, delivered to

the Russian Chargé d'Affaires at Paris, dated July 29, 1804

FOREIGN OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Imperial Ukase issued by the Emperor of Russia, relative to the Admission of

Foreigners into His Majesty's Dominion's

30

Orders issued by Dessalines, as Governor-General of St. Domingo

32

Decree for taking the Oath and the Coronation of the Emperor Napoleon, and

the other accessory Ceremonies

126

Proclamation issued by Dessalines, as Governor-General of St. Domingo

153

Organic Senatus Consultum, conferring the title of Emperor on the First Consul of

the French Republic, and establishing the Imperial Dignity hereditary in his

Family

202, 477

Report of the Engagements of the 26th and 27th of August, between a Part of the

French Flotilla stationed before Boulogne, and the English Squadron

484.

Demi-Official Paper published and circulated on the Continent, by way of Answer

on the Part of Russia, to the late Observations in the Moniteur

Curious Account published in the Moniteur, of the Fête at Boulogne, on the

Birth Day of Buonaparté

491

Imperial Decree, relative to the Establishment of Maritime Courts Martial

493

Prince of Wirtemburgh's Letter to the Privy Council and Chamber of Finance at

Stutgard

American Resident's Letter to Mr. Tiffin, Governor of the State of Tennessee

Account of the Manner in which the Claims of America upon France have been

settled

Abstract of the Exports from the State of Kentucky
Letters from Admiral Bruix and Gen. Soult to the Emperor of the French, con-

taining an Account of the Catamaran Expedition
Reports of Marshal Soult, Gen. Suuchet, and M. Guidon, relative to Ditto
Lacrosse's Letter to Admiral Bruix relative to Ditto
M, Bonnefoox's Letter to the Miniter of Marine on Ditto
Letter from the French Minister of Marine to M, Pichon, Consular General at

New York, relative to Jerome Buonaparté -

Leiter from the French Minister of Marine to Jerome Buonaparté

774

Answer of the Superior College to the Letter of the Prince of Wirtemburgh 775

Rescript of His Electoral Highness the Prince of Wirtemburgh

776

Order, addressed by the Emperor of Russia to the Nietropolitan of the Church of

Rome, in Russia

777

Narrative of Transactions between the Spanish Minister in America, and Mr.

Jefferson, President of the United States

Regulations of the Danish Government, relative to Foreigners travelling in that

Country

781

Allocation delivered by His Holiness the Pope to a Secret Consistory on the

29th Oct. 1804, previously to his Departure from Rome, on his Journey to
France, in order to assist at the Coronation of the Emperor Napoleon

892, 957

Coronation of the Emperor Napoleon

1009

Mr. Jefferson's Message to Congress

1052

DOMESTIC OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Extract from the Minutes of the Assembly at Jamaica, relative to the French Prię

soners brought thither from St. Domingo

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Speeches of His Majesty and the Speaker of the House of Commons, on proro-

guing the Parliainent
Cory of a Circular Letter from the Adjutant General to the General Officer com-

inanding the Eastern Division, relative to Volunteer Corps
Circular Letter from Lord Hawkesbury to the Lords Lieutenant of Counties in

Great-Britain, relative to the Inva ion
Regulations for the Preservation of good Order, to be adopted in case of actual

Ipvasion, in each County in Greal-Britain
Letter from Lord Harrow by to P. Colquhoun Graf, Esq. relative to the Naviga-

tion of small Craft between Tonningen and Hamburgh
Circular Letter from Lord Hawkesbury to the Lords Lieutenant of England, rela.

tive to the Invasion,
King's Proclamation relative to the Meeting of Parliament -
Letter from J. Turnbull, Chairman of the Commiltee of Spanish Merchants, re-

lative to a Conference between those Merchants and Lord Harrowby
Letter from Lord Keith to the Admirally, containing a Narrative of the Calama-

ran Expedition
Letter froin Lord Nelson to the Mayor of London, relative to the Vote of Thanks

transmitted to him in April
Letter from the Hon. W. Cornwallis to the Admiralty, containing an Account of

the Caplure of Spanish Frigates

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ESSAYS AND LETTERS.

Observations on the Distresses and Disputes which have arisen from the Laws and

Regulations which have of late Years been adopted, with respect to our West

India Colonies and Culonists in general, and particularly those of the Islaod

of Jamaica

Letter from T. M.on Doddridge on Parliaments

Annibal on the Bank-Dollar Bill

Annibal on M. Pilt's Speech of the 18th of June, 1804

SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Bank Dollars and Tokens--Irish Small Notes Stamp

Duties Formation of the Ministry

Colonel Henderson's Correspondence with the Treasury, relative to the Duties on

Jamaica Produce

SUMMARY OF POLITICS- Jamaica Complaints-Corn Laws-Foster on Paper

Currercy-The War ---Permanent-Duty Men-Lord Leveson Gower

Mr. Cobbett's Letter to Mr. Pitt on his Financial Resolutions

SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Review of the Measures relating to the Army-Mr.

Livingstone-Irish Currency-Internal State of Jamaica-The State of St.

Domingo

B. on Scotch Small-Bounty. Men

C. on the Internal State of Jamaica

J. T. on the State of Irish Currency

Letter from Sir Richard Musgrave, relative to his History of the Irish Rebellion

Censor on the Royal Prerogative

The King never dies

Mr. Cobbett's second Letter to Mr. Pitt on his Financial Resolutions

D. W: on the Produce of Taxes

Scrutator on the Bank of England Law -

Amicus on the Slave Trade

SUNMARY UP POLITICS-The Continent–The Invasion-Tlie King's Specch

A R. on the Bank Directors

A. B. on Mr. Pitt's Finance Resolutions

Alfred on the Navigalion with the West-Indies

SUMMARY OF Politics - Bank Directors -- Volunteers of Manchester and

Knaresborough-Warwickshire Treason-Navigation with the West-Indies

- Financial Resolutions

C. B. on the Birmingham Dollars

D. W: on Mr. Piti's Finance Resolutions

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A. B. on the Slare Trade

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SUMMARY OF Politics-Price of Bread=Bank Dollars-Invasion-Rumour of

an Alliance

235

A Narrative of the Principal Occurrences during the late Election for the County
of Middlesex

257

of the Bath

301

SUNMANY OF POLITICS-Middiesex Election-Price of Bread Military Project

Law-Volunteers-Military Cars-Continental Alliances

304

J. T.'s second Letter on the State of Irish Currency

321

Narrative of the Plot at Warsaw

325

SUMMARY OF POLITICs–Middlesex Election--Military Cars

331

On the Navigation Lans, addressed to the British Ship-Owners

353

Extract from the Prench Official Paper, the Moniteur, relative to the Conduct of

SUMMARY OF POLITICS – Invasion-Car Projeci — Navigation Laws Paper

Aristocracy

360

Financial Distresses the principal Cause of the French Revolution, in a Letter sua

from Capillus

385

SUMMARY or POLITICS-Saint Domingo - Emperor of Austria-Finance Reso-

lutions - French Finance-Revival of Jacobinism

404

J. T. 0:1 the Effects of Bank Notes on the Price of Provisions

417

T. T. on the Depreciation of Money.

420

Letter from Mr. Bonney contradicting an Assertion in Mr. Thornton's Speech at

the Freemason's Tavern

424

SUMMARY of Politics-Russia and Sweden--Plot at Warsaw-Invasion-Mi-

litary Project -The Car-Project--Revival of Jacobinism

Mr. Cobbett's first Letter to Mr. Pitt, on the Causes of the Decline of Great-Bri.

tain-Introduction

449

T. M's first Letter on the Incapacity of Henry the Sixth

T. N. on the Stamp Duties Bill

466

Hibernicus on the Irish Additional Force Bill

467

A. B. on Mr. Pitt's Finance Resolutions

470

Letter written by the Duke D'Enghien a short Time before his Death, to the Bria

tish Minister at Warsaw

SUMMARY OF Politics-Sir Robert Wilson's Inquiry - Revival of Jacobinism--

Dispute with Spain

494

Mr. Cobbett's second Letter to Mr. Pitt on the Causes of the Decline of Great.

Britain-Introduction concluded

513

Intercepted Letter from Lord Grenville to the Marq. of Wellesley

530

Intercepted Letter from Mr. Henry Wellesley to Marq. Wellesley“.

534

D. B. on the Effects of Paper Money in Times of Scarcity

545

Caractacps on Sir Robert Wilson's Inquiry into the present state of the Military

Force of the British Empire

554

SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Effects of Paper-Money in Times of Scarcity-Cala-

maran Project

559

T. M's second Letter on the Incapacity of Henry the Sixth

577

Agricola’s Remedy against the Evils of Depreciated Nutes

585

Poblius on the Laws in the Conquered Colonies

587

SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Views of Russia-War with Spain

592

Mr. Cobbett's third Letter to Mr. Pilt on the Causes of the Decline of Great Bri

tain-Marks of Natural Decline

609

J. T. on Irish Paper-Money

.

An Irish Freeholder on the State of the Catholics of Ireland

Scipio on șir Robert Wilson's Inquiry into the Military State of the British Empire 633

Annibal on the Scarcity of Coin

638

The Catamaran, an excellent New Ballad

640

SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Irish Catholics- Trish Paper-Money-Catamaran Pro,

ject-Lord Nelson's Letter-The War with Spain

Cobbett's Parliamentary Debates

670

Z's first Letter on the Siate of Ireland -

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Britannicus on the Blockading System

Y. on Subscriptions in Military Bodies

SUMMARY OF Politics Russia and France - Chester Volunteers

J.T. on Irish Paper-Money -

Z's second Letter on the State of Ireland

SUMMARY OF Politics-Irish Paper-Money—Sir James Craufurd-Volunteer

System-Catholics of Ireland -Sir George Rumbold

Mr. Cobbett's fourth Letter to Mr. Piut on the Causes of the Decline of Great Bri-

taio-Paper-Money System

Z's third Letter on the State of Ireland

Observations translated from the Moniteur, on an Article which appeared in the

“ Times,” selative to the Capture of the Spanish Frigates

SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Sir George Rumbold-The Spanish Frigates - The

Want of an Army-Lloyd's Fund-The King and the Prince-Ministerial

Intrigues

An Irish Freeholder's second Letter on the Catholics of Ireland

T. M's third Letter on the Incapacity of Henry the Sixth

Britannicus' first Letter on the Repeal of the Test Laws

P. on the Price of Bread and Labour

XX on the Conquered Colonies

Flaminius on the Irish Volunteers
SUMMARY OF POLITICS-Sir George Rumbold-Mr. Canning and Lord Haw-

kesbury--Ministerial Intrigues-The Man of no Party

B. L. on the Project of Revolutionizing South America

SUMMARY OF POLITICS_High Prices-Ministerial Intrigues

Mr. Cobbett's fisth Letter to Mr. Pitt on the Causes of the Decline of Great-Bri-

tain-Digression-Corn-Bill-Enclosures-The Poor

T. M's fourth Letter on the Incapacity of Henry the Sixth

A Norfolk Freeholder on the Letters of the Paston Family

A British Observer's Letter to Mr. Pitt on the Catholic Claims

Z's Fourth Letter, on the State of Ireland

Britannicus's Second Letter on the Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts

Regulus on the Escape of Sir James Craufurd

D. B.'s Second Letter on the Effects of Paper Money in Times of Scarcity

Mr. Cabbett's Sixiḥ Letter to Mr. Pitt, on the Causes of the Decline of Great-

Britain.-Digression 2.-Sketch of the present Prospect of the War

Conduct of the Mount's-Bay Volunteers

Z's Fifth Letter on the State of Ireland

Crito on the Refusal of Bank-Notes

A. B. on the Pay.of Military Officers

Defence of Mr. Pitt

T. M's sixth Letter on the Incapacity of Henry the Sixth
A. T. on a War of Words
SUMMARY OF POLITics—Mr. Canning and Lord Hawkesbury-Liberty of the

Press- Princess Charlotte of Wales

Princess Charlotte of Wales

SUMMARY OF POLITICS-The Family Reconciliation-The Test Laws

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