Cobbett's Political Register, Том 15

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William Cobbett
William Cobbett, 1809
 

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Spanish Revolution The dismal news is at last arrived My Readers at
97
West India DocksReport from the Committee of Directors on the General
101
Spanish RevolutionProclamations issued in Mexico Sept 16 1808
121
American StatesLetter from Mr Giles Member of the Embargo Committee
127
Report of a Committee of the House of Representatives
143
Supplement to the above Jan 24 1809
159
Walndia Docks 108
161
Duke of York An attempt on foot to deprive us of the remains of our Free
193
Teke of YorkAnalysis of the Examinations taken in the House of Commons
225
Duke of York The Analysis resumed Captain Sandons Case Observa
353
my own Conduct respecting his Son Debate on the 8th of March
399
most people Set a beggar on horseback and hell ride to the Devil
417
Reverend Mr Glasse relative to the Introduction of his Name into the Evidence
435
City of Glasgow March 14 1809 4 54
455
Subseription for Miss Taylor 4 12
457
PrussiaLetter of the King to the Magistrates of Berlin Dec 24 1808
459
Duke of York The Rev Mr Glasse General Claverings CaseExcellent
481
Mr H Martins Motion respecting Places and Pensions
505
Swedish RevolutionProclamation by the Duke of Sudermania on his assuming
509
REFoxxi Mr Perceval and poor Hamlin the Tinman Public Justice
513
City of Westminster March 29 wº 502
517
Austria
531
Proclamation of the Duke of Sudermania concerning
543
Hampshire Meeting The Requisition
545
Mr Wardle and the Whig Club 556
557
City of Rochester March 27
559
SpainExtract from the last Letter of Sir John Moore to Lord Castlereagh
569
Case oe Load CastleReagh Evidence of Mr Reding Lord Clancarty
577

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