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POLITICAL REGISTER.

VOL. XXV.

FROM JANUARY TO JUNE

1814.

London:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY G. HOUSTON, No. 199, STRAND.

1814.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. XXV.

REMARKS.

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SUMMARIES OF POLITICS.

Russian Troops, 807.

Peace, 1, 742.

French Liberty of the Press, 808.

Traitors in Canada, 12.

Abuse ot Austria, 83.

Mr. Mant and Captain Campbell, 16, 149, 203,

Invasion of France, 40,

300, 337, 435.

Answer to the Bourbon Proclamation, 65.

Notification to the Readers of the Register, 97, 129,

Eulogium on General Moreau, 101, 133.

161.

The Emperor Napoleon, 113, 186, 212, 212, 276, Public Feeling, 206.

319, 344, 382, 439, 478, 481, 543, 605, 693,784. Counter Revolution in France, 499, 538, 637, 666,

Why are we at war with France ? 150.

Occurrences of the War, 159, 192, 223, 255, 285, Political Occurrences, 800, 831.

760, 798,
320, 352, 447, 480, 511.

Answer to Mr. Canning's Liverpool Speech, 161.

COMMUNICATIONS.

Rowland Hill and the Devil, 193.

Mr. Mant and Captain Campbell, 225.

On Ecce Homo, 44.

The Scourge of God, 257.

Hortator, on Public Feeling, 210.

Norway Independence, 283, 736.

- on Danger Seen in Time, 662.

War of Extermination, 289.

On" The Scourge of God," 265.

Dutch Independence, 307, 374.

University of Oxford, 269, 432, 473.

On German Sufferers, 309.

Murat, King of Naples, 313.

Peace or War? 316, 443, 704.

Of War of Extermination, 328.

French Sufferers, 321.

T, H. on Magnanimity of Bonaparte, 337.

The Bourbons in France, 849.

On French Sufferers, and the Quakers, 497.

The Case of Lord Cochrane, 353, 335, 602,769, 810: On Vanity and Humanity, 928.

Bourdeaux and the Bourbons, 417.

On Stock Exchange Morality, 430.

On National Reform, 431.

Rupture of the Negociations, 419.

Entrance of the Allies into Paris, 460.

Bonaparte and the Allies, 467.

Triumph of the Aristocrats, 618. .

Aristides, on Bonaparte and the Bourbons, 469.

Re-colonization of America, 518.

to the Emperor Alexander, 791,

French Constitution, 528.

Has Napoleon Fallen ? 493.

The White Cockade, 538.

on John Bull's Second Thoughts, 635.

Addresses to the King of France, 545, 609, 673.

1. M. on Spanish Gratitude, 486.

Affairs of France, 577, 641.

On the Restoration of the Bourbons, 169.

American War, 588, 758, 804,

On Stock Jobbirg, 634.

The Pope, 600, 796.

W.C. on Public Debtors, 691.

Indemnity for the Past, 608.

The Irish Emigrant, 792.

The Reckoning, 638.

R. T. on the Coro Laws, 765.

Militia Officers, 652.

On Power and Right, 797.

Corn Laws, 657, 778, 801.

On the Cora Laws, 798.

Westminster Address, 669.,

by T, H, 823.
To Mr. Coke, on the Corn Laws, 684.

F. R. on Gaming, 828.
Mr. De Berenger, 690.
To the People of Southampton on the Corn Laws,

SELECTIONS FROM OTI ER PUBLICATIONS.
705.

On the Revolution of France, froin Arthur
The Princess of Wales, 726,762.

Young's Travels, 77, 564.
Peace and Commerce, 734.

Letter from Gen. Moreau to the First Consul;

George Rose, the Friend of thc People, 731,

from the Monitear, 137.

Finance, 802.

Extract from the Book of Numbers, 18.

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