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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Portuguese Prince's Proclamation, Nov. 27, 1807
Portuguese Emigration, as narrated in the London Gazette, Dec. 19, 1807
--, continued and concluded
French and Austrian Convention made at Fontainbleau, Oct. 10, 1807
French Commercial Decree, Nov. 13, 1807
English Order in Council for general Reprisals against Russia, Dec. 15, 1807
Jamaica Assembly's Resolutions, Oct. 29, 1807
continued and concluded
English Declaration against Russia, Dec. 18, 1507
American Congress Report, relative to the Affair of the Chesapeake, Nov. 17,
English Order in Council relative to Neutral Commerce, Dec. 18, 1807
French Decree against English Commerce, together with a Supplement by the
Minister of Marine, Dec. 17, 1807
Portuguese Prince's additional Proclamation, previous to Embarkation, Nov. 26,
Danish Prince's answer to Merchants wishing to correspond with England, Nov,
American Non Importation Act, and Supplement, Dec. 10, 1807
Jamaica, Lt. Governor's Speech and Assembly's Answer, Oct. 1807
Russian sequestration of English Property, Nov. 19, 1807
Portugal receiving a Proclamation from Gen. Junot, Nov. 30, 1807
an Decree, by Napoleon, naming Eugene Beauharnois as his Successor, in that
England blockades certain Ports of Spain, Jan. 8, 1808
American President's Letter to the Assembly of Pennsylvania, Dec 10, 1807
Etrurian Queen's Proclamation upon Dissolving her Government, Dec 10, 1807
American Message relating to, and Act of, Embargo, Dec. 18 and 22, 1807
Spanish Decree against England, Jan. 3, 1808
English Order in Council, relating to Portugal and the Brazils, Jan, 6, 1808
Holland's Decree against Sweden, Jan. 18, 1808
Prussian Declaration against England, Dec. 1, 1807
Portugal receives Gen, Junot's Decree confiscating English Property, Dec. 4, 1807
Portuguese Inquisitor General's Proclamation, Dec. 22, 1807
Danish publication of Dispatches relating to the Copenhagen Expedition, Jan. 1808
French Decrees for Conscripts and uniting Countries to France, Jan. 23, 1808
Portugal's state represented in a Report of the French Minister of Foreign Affairs,
continued and concluded
Cold Bath Fields Prison described in a Petition and Letters, Feb. 19, 1809
Irish Protestants of Newry's Declaration
Danish West India Island's capture, as narrated in the London Gazette, Feb. 9,
Portuguese Royal Family proscribed
Portugal receives a Proclamation from Gen. Junot, letting it know how it is to be
Portugal receives Decrees from the same, same date
Austrian Emperor's Declaration against England, Feb. 18, 1808
Romish Pope's Declaration, Feb. 2, 1808
Westphalian King's Decree, relating to the Burning of English Goods
Russian Ministers answer to the English Merchants asking for Passports, Feb. 28,
Transport Board's Letter relative to French Prisoners of War
American President's Message to Congress, relative to the English Orders in
Russian Declaration against Sweden, Feb. 10, 1808
Russian Proclamation to the Inhabitants of Finland, Feb. 18, 1508
Swedish Declaration against Russia, March 11, 1808
Swedish Proclamation relating to Defence, March 14, 1805
Danish Declaration against Sweden, Feb. 29 1908
Prussian Declaration against Sweden. March 6. 1808
Address to the King and the King's Answer, same date
Swedish Answer to the Danish Declaration, March 21, 1808
Russian correspondence, intercepted by the Swedes
Swedish Proclamation upon entering Norway
Swedish Proclamation against Prussia, April 5, 1808
Spain. Orders to the French Army there, April 2, 1803
Spain. Proclamation for the better discipline of the French Army there, March 27,
Brazil Trade.-Circular Letter of the Po
Sicily. London Gazette account of military operations in that part, April 12,1
Liverpool Petition in favour of the Sugar Distillery Bill
Russian Declaration upon the Arrest of their Embassador at Stockholm, March 16,
Portuguese forbidden by a Proclamation of Gen. Junot to communicate with the
Westminster Committee's Report, May 23, 1808
Cornnd Sugar Committee's 2d Report
Holland's Financial State, consisting of communications to, and from, the Legis-hqmă nu
Spanish Revolution, as represented, in the French paper, the Moniteur, to which is
continued and concluded
LETTERS FROM CORRESPONDENTS.
Perish Commerce, D. of Falmouth
Ireland as it is. Vindex, Letter II.
Bank of England Patriotism. H. B.
Ireland as it is. Vindex, Letter III.
Mr. Arthur Young, on Agriculture, Manufactures, and Commerce. Letter I.
Ireland as it is. Vindex, Letter IV.
Mr. Fox and the Assassin.-No Sham Philanthropist
Mr. Arthur Young (subject, see 288), Letter II.
Curates' Suspension Bill.-A. B. C.
Claimants on America.-A Ruined Old American Merchant
American Petitions.-M. M.
Ruined American Merchant. Letter 11-
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Legislative Regulations proposed, relative to Commanders in Chief, and to Persons La
National Defence.-Major Cartwright
Orders in Council-An Englishman
American States,Answer to the American Merchant.-I..
Mr. Arthur Young (General Enclosure) being Letter III.
Chalmers on National Resources.-W.
Mr. Wakefield (subject, see p. 498) Letter H.
Corn Importations+D. H. being remarks upon Mr. Wakefield's First Letter
American States.-An American Merchant. Letter 11.8€