The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for the Year ...

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J. Dodsley, 1805


Kings Message respecting the Affairs of the Prince of Wales taken into
DebateEarl SpencerLord GrenvilleEarl MoiraAddress
and a Bill ordered pursuant thereto Remarks
Debate in the House of Lords on the Earl of Carlisles Motion for Naval
nics in the West Indies Day appointed to take the Kings Message and
Important Debates in Parliament on the Negotiation and Correspondence in the House of LordsSpeeches of Lord PelhamDuke of Cumberland
Debates in both Houses of Parliament on the Conduct of Ministers In
Mr Hutchinsons on the Affairs of Ireland Session closed by a Speech
Negotiation of the Minister with Mr PittConditions on which the latter
Recapitulation of the relative Circumstances of England and France previ
Declaration of WarDifferent Opinions thereonState of both Countries
the Conspirators assemble in Dublin on the appointed Day Arm them
State of Europe Effect of the Peace of Amiens upon SpainPortugal
Dispatches from the Hon Major General Wellesley to his Excellency
Correspondence between his Majesty the Prince of Wales the Duke of York
Letter from his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales to his Royal Highness
Letter from the Right Hon the Lord Chancellor to the Earl of Fingalt
Trial of Colonel Marcus Despard
Trial of Jean Peltier for a Libel on Bonaparte
General Bill of Christenings and Burials from December 14 1802 to
Ways and Means for raising the Supply
Message from his Majesty to the House of Commons Feb 16
The Official Correspondence between GreatBritain and France on the Sub
Dispatch from Mr Merry to Lord Hawkesbury dated Paris June 4
Dispatch from Lord Hawkesbury to Mr Merry dated August 28
Note referred to in Mr Merrys Dispatch dated October 3
Extract of a Dispatch from Lord St Helens to Lord Hawkesbury dated
Dispatch from Lord Hawkesbury to Lord Whitworth dated February 9
Dispatch from Lord Hawkesbury to Lord Whitworth dated Feb 18
Note Verbale referred to in No 42
Memoirs of Thomas Warton late Poet Laureat Extracted from an
Character of George Earl of Orford from The Sportsmans Cabinet
Customs and Manners of the Tartar Inhabitants of the Crimea from second
Description of the Manners and Habits of the Spanish Chasseurs in
Description of the Secretary Falcon from Bingleys Animal Biography
The Hindoo Method of cultivating the Sugar Cane from Tennants Indian
List of Patents for new Inventions c granted in the Year 1803
Observations on the Culture and Growth of Oak Timber by the Rev Richard
On the Advantages resulting to Vessels constructed with Sliding Keels from
Description of Ruan Lanyhorne Castle from Polwheles History of Corn
Copy of an Original Manuscript containing Orders made by Henry prince
Account of Ancient Welsh Manuscripts in a Letter from William Owen
The State of married Women among the Mahommedans By Abu Taleb
Authentic Narrative of the Fidelity and Sagacity of a Dog from Glean
On the Originality of Doctor Franklins Writings from Daviss Travels
Description of a Village in Benares District from Tennants Indian
Ode for the New Year 1803 by H J Pye Esq Poet Laureat
Lines on James IV of Scotland who fell at the Battle of Flodden By
Lines addressed to Earl Nugent by the late Dean of Cork Unpublished
The Market Night from Rural Tales by Bloomfield
Lines written a few Miles above Tintern Abbey on revisiting the Banks
History of the British Expedition to Egypt c By Sir Robert
Affairs of the WestIndies Transactions of the French in St Domingo
Dispatch from his Excellency the Commander in Chief to his Excellency
The like Nov 25
Dispatch from Lord Whitworth to Lord Hawkesbury dated Paris April
Letter from the Adjutant Commandant Romicu Commissary General of Com
Method of managing Fish Ponds for improving the Size and Flavour of Carp

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