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* When the condition of a Country has become desperate, to disguise is to augment
the danger; Truth may alaım, but will prove the only refuge. -Let us encourage, but
not abuse the blessing."

BOLINGBROKE.

London,

PRINTED BY AND FOR M. JONES,

NO, 5, NEWGATE-STREET; AND SOLD BY THE DIFFERENT

BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM,

1813.

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INDEX

TO

THE POLITICAL REVIEW.

VOL. III.- NEW SERIES.

SUC-

on, xix.

А

Congress, Act of Retaliation passa
Abbott, Sir Charles, his Speech ed by against Great Britain,

to the Prince Regent examined, xxxiv,
lv.

Chesapeake, American Frigate,
Allies, defeat of, at the Battle of

capture of by the Shannon, lii.
Lutzen, xxix.- flight of across Cumberland, Duke of, bis shamea
the Elbe, xxxvii. - defeat at ful interference in the Elective
Bautzen, xxxviii.

Franchise of the People, ix.
America, thoughts on the provo- his departure for the Continent,
cation to war with, iv.

xxviii.
cesses of, xy.-reflections on the

D:
policy of the British Cabinet Defence of Her Royal Highness
respecting, xxxiii. act of reta- the Princess of Wales, xvii.
liation passed by, xxxiv.-review Delicate Investigation, thoughts

of the war in, liji.
Armistice, reported proposals for, De Lisle, Comte, (Louis XVIII.)

xxxi.-observations on, xxxii.- his proclamation to the French
ratification of, xxxvii.

People, xiv.
Austria, her political power consi- Denmark, thoughts on the policy
dered, xxxix.

of, xxiv.
Bi

D'Ivernois, Sir Francis, his thonghts
Bautzen, defeat of the Allies at, on the resources of the French
Xxxvii.

Empire, xxi.
Buruett, Sir Francis, his motion Domestic Events, vii. xvi. xxvi.

respecting the Regency, xii.
Burlington Heights, Canada, bat- D'Yorck, Gen, his departure from
tle at, liñ.

the French interest, i.
C:

E.
Campaign, opening of in the Pé Elective Franchise, Duke of Cuma'
ninsula, vii,

berland's attack on, is.'
Canada, proceedings in, xxxiv. -

F.
progress of the war in, xliv. liii. Foreign Affairs, i. xii. xxi. xxix.
Caiholic Claim Bill, rejected by Xxxvii. xiv.

the House of Commons, xxxv. French Emperor assumes the comme

XXXV.

cy, xxix.

ca, liii.

war

mand of his Armies, xxi. his

R.
artful policy explained, xl. Reflections on the policy and con-
Frerich Empire, vast resources of, duct of the Northern confedera

ii.--thoughts on by Sir Francis
D'lvernvis, xxi.

Regency, motion of Sir Fr. Bur-
G.

dett respecting, sii.
General Reflections on the aspect Review of the War in the Peninsula,

of the War, xXXV. xxxviii. xl, 1.-in Germany, lii.-in Ameri-

xli. xliii. liy.
Germany, in considered, Russia, her policy defined, xxv.-
Xxxvii. 1.

flight of her Emperor, xxx. —
H.

her weakness displayed, xxxviii.
Hochkerch, defeat of the Allies at, the folly of her councils exem-
xxxvii.

plified, xlii.
1.

S.
Indian Tribes, association with in Shannon, British Frigate, captures

the war with America censured, the Chesapeake, lii.
liv.

Sidinouth, Lord, his refusal to in-
J.

sert the address of the Livery of
Johnson, Cochrane, his intended London in the Official Gazette,

motion on the wrongs of the xxvii.
Princess of Wales, xi.

Sinecure Bill, rejection of by the
L.

House of Lords, XXXV.
Lutzen, baitle of, xxix.

Spain, war in, lviji.
M.

Sweden, declaration of against
Macedonian, British Frigate, taken France, iii.
by the Americans, xv.

T.
Ministers, their conduct examined Tarragona, fatal disgrace at,

concerning the malier of the xlvii.
Princess of Wales, xxvii.their
ill-management of the war, xlv. Vittoria, battle of considered,
Murray, Sir James, bis conduct xlvii.
considered, xlvii.
N.

Wales, Princess of, her spirited
North, war in, i. xiii. xxi. xxix. conduct, X.-rumour of being
Xxxvii.

about to be sent to the Tower,
P.

xi.- Hon. Cochrane Johnson's
Parliamentary Proceedlings, re- intended motion on, xi. - her
marks on, XXXV. - prorogation letter to the Prince Regent, xvi.

-her defence against her accu-
Peninsul, oening of the campaign sers, xvi.-reflections on the

in, viii.-progress of the war in, conduct of, xxvi.-on the treat-

xlv. -- review fthe war in, l. liv. ment of, xxvii.
Polawat, ber policy commented on Wales, Prince of, Sir Fr. Burdett's
and delineate!, xxxix.

motion 'concerning, xii.-letter
Pioclamation of Louis, XVIII. to from the Princess, xvi.

(Comte de Lisle) thoughts on, War in the North, i. xiii. xxi.
xiv.

xxix. xxxvii.- in the Peninsula,
Prussia, thoughis on the policy of, viii. xlv.--in Germany, 1. lvii.

xxv.:-her icompetency for the Wellington, Marquis, his succes.
object of the war, xxxviii

W.

of, lv.

ses, xlvi.

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