Annual Register, Volume 51

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Edmund Burke
Longmans, Green, 1811

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Contents

Affairs of the Peninsula of Spain and Portugal
173
War on the Danubein Italyand the Tyrol INTWOR
203
Protracted inaction of the opposite Armies Observations on the Conduct
211
British Affairs Naval and Colonial Destruction of the French in
227
established in the Roman States annexed to the French Empire Re
238
CHRONICLE
305
Dispatch from the General in Chief of the Army of Catalonia to
411
to his Imperial and Royal Majesty the Emperor of the French
415
Municipal Sitting Madrid Dec 9 1808
419
Intercepted Letter to the Marquis de Romana
425
Official commmunication from Marshal Beresford to the President of
431
From the Lisbon Gazette Extraordinary June 1 Letter from D
454
From the Government Gazette Extraordinary of Nov 23
464
At a General Court of Proprietors of the WestIndia Dock Company held
470
Revolution at Buenos Ayres
476
Letter from General Kellerman dated Valladolid March 31 1809
485
Attack on Martinique
487
Report relating to the Dutch Commissioners
496
London Gazette Extraordinary Downingstreet May 24
508
Admiralty Office July 15 Letter from Captain Samuel Warren
514
From the London Gazette August 5 Copy of a Letter from Vice
522
From the London Gazette Extraordinary Downingstreet Aug 7
532
Present condition of South America 587
539
Intercepted Correspondence Minutes of Dispatches dated Aug 14th
547
Rear Admiral of the White
550
Downingstreet Sept 2 1809 A Dispatch of which the following is
559
Saturdays London Gazette Foreign office Nov 11 1809 A Letter
567
Letters from the Right Honourable George Canning to the Earl Cam
574
Letter from ViceAdmiral Lord Collingwood Commander in Chief
588
Price of Stocks for 1809
596
Sheriffs appointed by his Majesty in Council for the year 1809
598
Correspondence between Mr Erskine and Mr Smith
756
Character Manners Customs Habits Dress and Language of
765
Proclamation to the Poles
769
Character of the Asturians From the same
774
Character Manners Customs and Habits of the Spaniards in general
782
Account of the Dissection of a Human Fœtus in which the Circulation
789
Copy of a Letter from Buonaparte to the Emperor of Russia written
790
Proclamation issued by Eugene Napoleon ArchChancellor of State
796
On the Effects of Westerly Winds in raising the Level of the British
797
Official Proclamation
802
On the Advantages to be derived from Heath in the Feeding of Stock
806
Uses of Insects in Tropical Climates From the same
810
Memoirs of the late General Melville 721
721
In our Imperial Camp of Madrid Dec 4
730
Treaty of Peace Friendship and Alliance between his Britannic
736
The King of Sweden deposed by his Subjects 743
743
The famous Victor Alfieris Passion for Music Abhorence of Dancing
749
Description of the King Gustavus IV and Queen of Sweden From
755
Arrawouke Indians of Surinam From the same 764
764
On the lethargic Sleep incident to certain Animals From the
812
The Mermaid seen on the coast of Caithness Letter from Miss Mac
818
An Invention for writing by means of Copies engraved on Slates From
826
Simple Means of correcting the Damp in Coalmines From
833
Nature and Effects of a peculiar Species of Plague which depopulated
853
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London Gazette Extraordinary Sunday Aug 20 Downingstreet
ing Expectations of Cooperation held out to Sir John Moore utterly dis
Charges of Corrupt Practices in influencing the returns of Members to

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