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STATE PAPERS.

STATE PAPERS.

votes ?? to 9 FrenchT Ga;:ncrnnuent Iby.A1f, Ki.. kehff, e&e R Iusin Mlinister at ;Perie. The undersigned hastens to Cdmronnicite to Citi- ?? the coltrnmands he has just rec'ived from his Court. His Majestytie Emperor of all the Russias, relying upon the Chief Consul's love of j
January 30, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
TO SIR JOSEPH BANKS, &c. &c. &c.

TO SIR JOSEPH BANKS, &c. &c. &c.

TO SIR JOSEPH BANES, &C. &C. &OG. Sir, The following article, extracted from the official French paper of the I Sth instant, is not only so little honourable to your own character, but so insulting to the Society over which you have long presided, and so repugnant to the genuine
March 27, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.

PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.

In the House of Lords, on Thursday and Ftiday, nothing was done worthy of par-, ticular. notice. On Monday, before the or- der of the day was read, Lord Suffolk rose, to. turn the attention of the House to. those disabled officers, whose valour in the service of the 'country des
March 27, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
CRITICAL NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS.

CRITICAL NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS.

CRITICAL NIOTICES OF NEW BOOKS. 25. The Cri~s. of the Sugar Coloniesf, &c. &c. Addrefed to the Rig/it Hon. Benry Ad ?? is a work of extenfive infor- mation on a fubjeft of great importance. The principal objeat of the writer appears to be to prevent Mr. Addington from fur- ther e
May 22, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
AFFAIRS OF INDIA.

AFFAIRS OF INDIA.

The Special Committee of the Court of Diredors have made a report relative to the Private Trade with India, and to the affairs of the Company, as far, at leafl, as thofe affairs have been affeded by the'" dangerous" fyftem of Mr. Dundas, which, it appears, found but one advocate
May 22, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.

PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.

On the fecond reading of the Eledtion Treating Bill in the Houfe of Lords (Thurf- day, May so), fome difcufflon took place. -On the queffion being put for the com- mitting of the bill, it was loft by 7 pee'rs againfi 6. A motion was then made for the rejeftion of the bill, which
May 22, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
THE ALARMIST. NO. 1.

THE ALARMIST. NO. 1.

THE ALARMIST. tO. 1. In vain may heroes fight, and patrioes rave; if secret gold sap on from knave to knave. Pors. The name of Alarmist has been used, (for what good reaion, it would puzzle evcn a minister to satisfy the House of Commons) as a term of political opprobrium, and ha
June 12, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Extract from the Report of the Select Committee of the Directors of the East-India Company.

Extract from the Report of the Select Committee of the Directors of the East-India Company.

-;>r6ZaQ fernm he tleport of the SeleE Con.z -- tihee of the Dirse~rs of th East.India Ceontiu dbt' p-.i - ?? made a tis compar there can be none whiten a iarison is made be t 5en;erC!Wperinds of Mtlr. Dundas s own aini #tr eiatiois i- Ig, ?? of the Chate, the Dire e imated t iin
June 12, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR.

TO THE EDITOR.

TO THE RDITOR. Sir, Agreeably to the promise which I made mn the conclusion of my last letter, (Regis- ter, p. 709) I now,,proceed to make some observations with a view of pointing out the cause to which, in my opinion, the pre- sent perilous situation of this country can alone b
June 19, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

On the 29th, instant, His Majesty closed the session of Parliament, and on. the 29th, the Parliament was dissolved. The notorious Abbi Gregoire is arrived in England, and has met with a most flatter- ing reception from a no less notorious person in this country. * The following
June 26, 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England