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TJBM POLITICAL RETIEIF*
Abb&tt, Sir Charles, his Speech
to the Prince Regent examined,
Allies, defeat of, at the Battle of
Lutzen, xxix.—flight of across
the Elbe, xxxvii. — defeat at
America, thoughts on the provo-
cation to war rtith, iv. — suc-
cesses of, xv.—reflections on the
policy of the British Cabinet
respecting, xxxiii.-^aet of reta-
liation passed by, xxxiv.—review
of the war in, liii.
Armistice, reported proposals for,
xxxi.—observations on, xxxii.—
ratification of, xxxvti.
Austria, her political power consi-
dered, xxxix. ,
Bautzen, defeat of the Allies at,
Burdett, Sir Francis, his motion
respecting the Regency, xii.-
BurlingtOn Heights, Canada, bat-
tle at, liii.
Campaign, opening of in the Pe-
Canada, proceedings in, xxxiv. —
progress of the war in, xliv. liii.
Catholic Claim Bill, rejected by
the House of Commons, xxxv.
Congress, Act of Retaliation pass-
ed by against Great Britain,
Chesapeake, American Frigate,
capture of by ilie Shannon, lii.
Cumberland* Duke of, his shame-
ful interference iu the Elective
Franchise of the People, ix.—
his departure for the Continent,
Defence of Her Kdyal Highnessr
the Princess of Wales, xvii.
Delicate Investigation, thoughts
De Lisle, Comte, (Louis XVIII.)
his proclamation to the French
Denmark, thoughts on the policy
D'Ivernois,SirFrancis his thoughts
on the resources of the French
Domestic Events, viii. xvi. xxvi.
D'Yorck, Gen. his departure from
the French interest, i.
Elective Franchise, Duke of Cum-
berland's attack on, ix.
Foreign Affairs, i. xiii. xxi. xxix.
French Emperor assumes the conW