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VOLUME FOURTH, PART FIRST.
Proceedings concerning the Regency. Debates upon the Regency Bill. Installa-
tion of the Regent,
State of Parties. Hopes of the Opposition. Issues from the Treasury refused du-
ring the Progress of the Regency Bill. The Prince retains his Father's Ministry. De.
bates upon the Regent's Speech,
Army Estimates. General Tarleton's View of the Campaigns in the Peninsula,
Flogging. Interchange of Militias. Reappointment of the Duke of York. Or-
dinance and Navy Estimates. Admiralty Courts. Pay of the Army. Discipline of
Budget. Distilleries. Commercial Credit. Bullion and Paper Currency,
Ireland. Catholic Committee. Debates on Mr W. Pole's Circular Letter. Pro-
ceedings in Ireland. State of that Country,
Ex Officio Informations. Chancery Suits. Sir Samuel Romilly. Dwelling-House Robbery Bill. Bribery Bill. Meeting of the Radical Reformers. Dissenters,
America. Affair of the Little Belt. Resignation of Mr Smith. Publications of that
Gentleman, and of Mr Pickering Meeting of Congress : Warlike Resolutions.
Settlement upon the Isle of Tristam da Cunha. Transactions in Martinique and
Guadaloupe. Coronation of Christophe in Hayti. State of Public Feeling in the
smaller Islands. Crimes of Huggins and Hodge. Motion to introduce the Bri-
tish Laws in Trinidad. Motion respecting Free Labourers. East Indies. Cap-
ture of Batavia,
France. Progress of the Anti-Commercial System. Birth of the King of Rome. Ex.
position of the State of the French Empire. Council of Paris. Buonaparte's Sys.
tem of Education. Discussions upon 'Tyrannicide in the House of Commons. Buo-
naparte's View of the State of England. His Visit to the Coast. Affairs of Ger-
many and the North,
Portugal, Plans of the French. Capture of Olivença and Badajoz. Death of Ro.
mana, and subsequent Loss of his Army. Massena's Retreat. Cruelties of the
Money voted in Parliament for the Relief of the Portugueze, Subscription in Aid
of it. Proceedings of Ministers after the Capture of Badajoz. Campo Mayor
taken and retaken. Lord Wellington goes to Alentejo, and is called to the North
by the News of Massena's Advance. Battle of Fuentes D'Onoro. Battle of Albu-
hera. Siege of Badajoz. Marmont disperses his Army after having succeeded in
raising the Siege,
Expedition from Cadiz under General Lapena. Battle of Barrosa. Variance between
the Spanish and British Generals, and consequent Failure of the Expedition. Death
of the Duke de Alburquerque,
Catalonia. Recovery of Figueras. arragona besieged and taken by the French.
Figueras retaken. General Lacy succeeds Campoverde. His Activity and Success, 300
Blake goes to the Eastward. Suchet enters the kingdom of Valencia. Siege of Mur-
viedro. Defeat of Blake, and Capture of Murviedro and the Capital,
Dorsenne enters Galicia. Lord Wellington blockades Ciudad Rodrigo. Movements
of Marmont for its Relief. General Hill surprises Girard at Arroyo. Molinos.
Activity of Ballasteros in Andalusia. Siege of Tarifo,
Guerrillas. Espoz y Mina's Exploits during the Year. State of the Intruder's Govern-
ment. Conduct of the French, Conduct of the Cortes,
Spanish America. Erroneous Policy of the Mother Country. Rise and Progress of
the Revolutionary Movements in Venezuela. Miranda takes the Command.
Earthquake at Caracas in March 1812, and consequent Submission of the Province, 367
Mexico. Buenos Ayres. Character of Liniers. Successive Revolutions in that Pro-
vince till the Close of 1811,
Sicily. State of the Country. Intrigues of the Court. Conspiracy discovered, and
Change effected in the Government,
APPENDIX, consisting of Gazettes, Public Accounts of Great Britain and Ire.
land, &c. &c.