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COBBETT'S

POLITICAL REGISTER.

VOL. XXII.

FROM JULY TO DECEMBER,

1812.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR,

AND SOLD BY

RICHARD BAGSHAW, BRYDGES-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN.

J. M'Creery, Printer, Black-Home-Court, Fleet-Strect.

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Bancroft Library

CONTENTS OF VOL. XXII.

Report of the House of Lords on the subject

of the Luddites, 207.
OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Order for stopping American vessels, 253.

AMERICA (U. S.)Message of President Ma- FRANCE.-Correspondence relative to the dis-

dison, to Congress, June 1, 1812, relative to pute between France and Rnssia, 119.

the dispute with England, 217, 251.

Letters written by the Duke of Bassano,

Act of Congress, declaring war against Eng- 119, 151, 156, 188, 189.

land, 253.

Prince Kurakin, 127, 148,

Correspondence between Mr. Foster and

149, 152, 153.

Mr. Monroe, on the Orders in Council, 282,

Count Romanzoff, 155,

318.

157,

Instructions for privateer armed vessels,

Count Lauriston, 158,

353.

187, 189.
Act to prohibit trade with England, 334. Bulletins of the Grand French Army, 309,

Proclamation of General Hull to the Cana- 310, 312, 313, 316, 341, 342, 370, 374, 376,
dians, 354.

377, 380, 397, 400, 402, 403, 405, 409, 413,
Letter of General Hull to the Secretary of 435, 473, 474, 481, 482, 496, 501, 503, 504,
the War Department, giving an account of the 534, 536, 573, 636, 638, 657, 660, 728, 729,
surrender of the American army, 562.

733, 764, 793, 818.
Letter from Commodore Rodgers to the Se- Trial of the conspirators at Paris, 666, 698.
cretary of the Navy, narrating his proceedings, POLAND.-Report of the Diet, on the re-esta-
568.

Message of President Madison to the Senate blishment of the kingdom of Poland, 272.

and House of Representatives, 823.

Act of the General Confederation of Poland,

278.
AMERICA (BRITISH). – Dispatch from Sir

Act relative to the organization of Lithuania,

345.

George Prevost to the British Government,

Proclamation of the Provisional Committee

giving an account of the surrender of General

Hull's army, 475, 485.

to the Lithuanians, 348.

Proclamation of Major-General Brock to

Address to the Clergy of the diocese of

the people of Upper Canada, 527.

Wilna, 348, 370.

Proceedings in the Parliaments of Upper RUSSIA.-London Gazettes Extraordinary, giv-

and Lower Canada, 530, 531.

ing an account of the battle of Borodino, 491.

General Orders issued by the Commander

London Gazette Extraordinary, giving an

in Chief, 533.

account of the retreat of the Emperor Napo-

Dispatch from Sir George Prevost to the

leon, 757, 796, 815.

British Government, giving an account of the

Russian bulletins, 506, 510, 525, 526, 539,

surrender of General Wadsworth's army, 718.

541, 559, 560, 573, 636, 815.

AUSTRIA.-Reports of the General command- SPAIN.-Dispatch from Lord Wellington, giv.

ing the auxiliary Austrian force acting with the ing an account of the battle of Salamanca,

Emperor Napoleon.

237.

Duke of Ragusa's account of the battle of

ENGLAND.-Documents relative to the nego- Salamanca, 411, 461.
tiation for forming a new ministry.

French account of the capture of Montserrat,
Papers written by Marquis Wellesley, 31, and the battle of Castella, 336.
60, 62.

Dispatch from Major-General Cooke, rela-
Lord Grey, 32, 53, 61, tive to the capture of Seville.
63, 64, 95, 115.

Dispatches from Marquis Wellington, giving
Lord Grenville, 53, 64, an account of his operations against the castle

95.

of Burgos, and of his subsequent retreat to the

Lord Moira, 59, 64,95, frontier of Portugal, 686, 692, 724, 752.
96, 114.

Extract of a Letter from the Duke of Albu-
Overtnres of peace from the Emperor Na- fera, giving an account of an attempt made

poleon, 116.

upon Denia, by an Anglo-Spanish Division,

Letter from the Duke of Bassano to Lord

701, 725.
Castlereagh, 116.

Letters from Counts Souham and Caffarelli,
Answer of Lord Castlereagh, 118.

relative to the retreat of the British, 726,727.

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13.11.4 B

Bancroft Library

CONTENTS OF VOL. XXII.

Report of the House of Lords on the subject

of the Luddites, 207.

OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Order for stopping American vessels, 253.

AMERICA (U. S.)Message of President Ma- FRANCE.- Correspondence relative to the dis-

dison, to Congress, June 1, 1812, relative to pute between France and Russia, 119.

the dispute with England, 217, 251.

Letters written by the Duke of Bassano,

Act of Congress, declaring war against Eng- 119, 151, 156, 188, 189.

land, 253.

Prince Kurakin, 127, 148,

Correspondence between Mr. Foster and

149, 152, 153,

Mr. Monroe, on the Orders in Council, 282,

Count Romanzoff, 155,

318.

157.

Instructions for privateer armed vessels,

Count Lauriston, 138,

353.

187, 189.
Act to prohibit trade with England, 334. Bulletins of the Grand French Army, 309,

Proclamation of General Hull to the Cana- 310, 312, 313, 316, 341, 342, 370, 374, 376,
dians, 354.

377, 380, 397, 400, 402, 403, 405, 409, 413,
Letter of General Hull to the Secretary of 435, 473, 474, 481, 482, 496, 501, 503, 504,
the War Department, giving an account of the 534, 536, 573, 636, 638, 657, 660, 728, 729,
surrender of the American army, 562.

733, 764, 793, 818.
Letter from Commodore Rodgers to the Se- Trial of the conspirators at Paris, 666, 698.
cretary of the Navy, narrating his proceedings, POLAND.-Report of the Diet, on the re-esta-
568.

Message of President Madison to the Senate blishment of the kingdom of Poland, 272.

and House of Representatives, 893.

Act of the General Confederation of Poland,

278.
AMERICA (BRITISH). — Dispatch from Sir

Act relative to the organization of Lithuania,

George Prevost to the British Government, 345.

giving an account of the surrender of General

Proclamation of the Provisional Committee

Hull's army, 475, 485.

to the Lithuanians, 348.

Proclamation of Major-General Brock to Address to the Clergy of the diocese of

the people of Upper Canada, 527.

Wilna, 348, 370.

Proceedings in the Parliaments of Upper RUSSIA.- London Gazettes Extraordinary, giv-

and Lower Canada, 530, 531.

ing an account of the battle of Borodino, 491.

General Orders issued by the Commander

London Gazette Extraordinary, giving an

in Chief, 533.

account of the retreat of the Emperor Napo-

Dispatch from Sir George Prevost to the

leon, 757, 796, 815.
British Government, giving an account of the

Russian bolletins, 506, 510, 525, 526, 539,
surrender of General Wadsworth's army, 718.

541, 559, 560, 573, 636, 815.

AUSTRIA.- Reports of the General command- SPAIN.—Dispatch from Lord Wellington, giv.

ing the auxiliary Austrian force acting with the ing an account of the battle of Salamanca,

Emperor Napoleon.

237.

Duke of Ragusa's account of the battle of

ENGLAND.-Documents relative to the nego- Salamanca, 411, 461.
tiation for forming a new ministry.

French account of the capture of Montserrat,
Papers written by Marquis Wellesley, 31, and the battle of Castella, 336.

Dispatch from Major-General Cooke, rela-
Lord Grey, 32, 53, 61, tive to the capture of Seville.
63, 64, 95, 115.

Dispatches from Marquis Wellington, giving
Lord Grenville, 53, 64, an account of bis operations against the castle

95.

of Burgos, and of his subsequent retreat to the

Lord Moira, 59, 64, 95, frontier of Portngul, 686, 692, 724, 752.
96, 114,

Extract of a Letter from the Duke of Albu-
Overtures of peace from the Emperor Na- fera, giving an account of an attempt made
poleon, 116.

upon Denia, by an Anglo-Spanish Division,
Letter from the Duke of Bassano to Lord

701, 725.

Castlereagh, 116.

Letters from Counts Souham and Caffarelli,

Answer of Lord Castlereagh, 118.

relative to the retreat of the British, 726,797.

60, 62.

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