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THE POLITICAL REVIEW.
VOL. III.- NEW SERIES.
Congress, Act of Retaliation passa
to the Prince Regent examined, xxxiv,
Chesapeake, American Frigate,
capture of by the Shannon, lii.
Franchise of the People, ix.
of the war in, liji.
xxxi.-observations on, xxxii.- his proclamation to the French
D'Ivernois, Sir Francis, his thonghts
respecting the Regency, xii.
the French interest, i.
berland's attack on, is.'
the House of Commons, xxxv. French Emperor assumes the comme
mand of his Armies, xxi. his
ii.--thoughts on by Sir Francis
Regency, motion of Sir Fr. Bur-
dett respecting, sii.
of the War, xXXV. xxxviii. xl, 1.-in Germany, lii.-in Ameri-
xli. xliii. liy.
flight of her Emperor, xxx. —
her weakness displayed, xxxviii.
the war with America censured, the Chesapeake, lii.
Sidinouth, Lord, his refusal to in-
sert the address of the Livery of
motion on the wrongs of the xxvii.
Sinecure Bill, rejection of by the
House of Lords, XXXV.
Spain, war in, lviji.
Sweden, declaration of against
concerning the malier of the xlvii.
Wales, Princess of, her spirited
about to be sent to the Tower,
xi.- Hon. Cochrane Johnson's
-her defence against her accu-
in, viii.-progress of the war in, conduct of, xxvi.-on the treat-
xlv. -- review fthe war in, l. liv. ment of, xxvii.
motion 'concerning, xii.-letter
(Comte de Lisle) thoughts on, War in the North, i. xiii. xxi.
xxix. xxxvii.- in the Peninsula,
xxv.:-her icompetency for the Wellington, Marquis, his succes.