Gambar halaman
PDF
ePub

COBBETT'S

WEEKLY REGISTER.

VOLUME LXII.

FROM APRIL TO JUNE, 1827

NOW

LONDON:
Pilted and Publisheil by W. CORBETT, No. 183, Flect-street.

[ocr errors]

1827,

Brit Preq000. Sumires

TENTS OF VOLUME LXII.

Brthaus

No

on the conduct of their Member, Sir Francis Burdett.

. . . 1.-To Mr. Tierney, on the approaching

death of the System. To the Right Hon. George Tierney (from Long Island, 1818), on his opposition to the Bank-protecting Act. Duke of

York, American Kidney Beans... . 2.-Who is to be Minister ?-Duke of

York.--American Kidney Beans.-
To Correspondents.

8.-To the Electors of Westminster.

Proofs of Burdett's purity, sincerity, honesty, devotion to the conpop people; and, aboyé all, of his consistency. .

3.-Duke of York.-American Kidney

Beans.-Alderney Cows.

[ocr errors][merged small]

4. To the Parliamentary Reformers.

On the change of Ministry. 5.–To the King. On the intrigues now

on foot, and on the measures necessary to restore the nation to happiness, and to secure the stapility of the Throne. The New Ministry Parliamentary Reform. Petition of the Society of Friends of the Peo

ple, in 1793., 1 Bengal 6.-" The Crib.” To the Reformers.

" England's Glory" and Mr. Canning. To the Electors of Westmin

9.-To the Electors of Westminster.

Remarks on the Westminster “Pu-
rity” Dinner.-[From the Morning
Chronicle] Westminster Election
Anniversary. .

sary: stu? .

: 10.-Old Lady and Sir Glory. To the

Readers of the Register.-Resolution, drawn up by Mr. Cobbett, and intended by him to be proposed at the “ Purity of Election” Dinuer, at the Crown and Aúchor, on the

23d May, 1827. : 11.-Canning's Budget. To the Readers

of the Register.: 12.-Bank Circular. A most important subject! ,,

. . 13.--Corn Bill. , To the Reformers of

Bolton, -- Paper'- money. - Banks breaking! or another “ Late Panic."-To the Earl of WestmoreJand.

ster.

7.-To the Electors of Westminster.

Ou the monstrous intrigues and the monstrous coalition, and especially

[ocr errors]

ALTHORP, Lord, 678 .

| Cows, Alderney, 182
Attwood, Mr. 593

Cobbett, listening to the remonstrances
Baverstock, Mr., 42

of the seceders, 241
Bathurst, Lord, 230

difference between the true
Baring, Mr., 734, 797

politician and the shallow pretender,
Bank Circular, 581, 705

257
Banks breaking, 808

Copplestone, Dr., 336
Beans, kidney, American, 59, 181 1 Corn Bill, 750, 769
Bexley, Lord, 236

-- petition from Wilts, iņ 1815,
Bentinck, Lord W., 355 ; . . 772
Blackstone, on standing armies, 1491 - petition from Mr: Cobbett,
Brighton, 22

in 1815, 779
Brougham, Mr., 82, 341, 675

-- Castlereagh's insolent speech
Broad sheet, 72

on the passing of, in 1815, 785
Burdett, and the coalition Ministry, 385 Davenport, Mr. E., 754 · 7

proofs of his ! purity," ņé ho Dinner of " Purity of Election,” notifi-
nesty, and consistency, from his cation of Messrs. Cobbett and Hunt,

own speeches and publications, 475 482
Budget, Canning's, 641

-- remarks on the dinner and row,
Castlerèagh, 25, 593

513
Catley, Mr., 45 ; .!

- Morning Chronicle report, 537
Caroline, the unfortunate Queen; fate Dialogue between Mr. Cobbett and a
- of her most conspicuous enemieś, 143 | farmer on the wool-trade, 13
Catholic emancipation ; Catholic Peers Duelling, the " Crib" Baronet and
sitting in Parliament, 324"

Mr. Canning, 362
Canning, Mr., captain of Eton, 60 Equitable adjustment, 23

or conduct of at the passing of Feelosophers, 19
the Six Aets, 74

Fisher, the Bishop, councillor of Henry
Rochester's epitaph on Chas, VIII., 200
II. not applicable to, 75 , Folkestone, Lord, 25
wants his despatches the cause of Gasparaux and tax-eaters, 21
the war with America, 76

Gifford, William, -26 .
one of the Bullion party, 77 | Glory,” explanation to Mr. Can-
- $* setting the question ati ning of his “ crib” letter, 357
rest," in passing of Peel's Bill, 77 Grenville, Lord, 47

newspaper praise of, so Gridiron, Mr. Cobbett's crest, 6 1
The Whigs in concert with, 81

to be hoisted at 183, Fleet-
- Æolian speech, 82

street, upon certain contingencies,
Catholic question, 85

disfranchising Grampound to Grey, Lord, 269, 346
· preserve Qld Sarum, 91

Harmer, Mr. Jeremiah, 535
form appointed First Lord of the Herries, Mr., 746
· Treasury, 195 ,

Hume, Mr., 438, 471, 643, 673, 736,
differenée between the true 746
politician and the shallow pretender, Huskisson, Mr., 794
259 .
:

Huntingdon bank, 810
supposed to have arrived at Jones, Mr. his gold petition, 709
his post by a short cut, 332 , Kinnaird, Mr. Douglas, 355
- and the Crib" Baronet, 357 King, to the, 257
his Budget, 641.

- scene of the late Ministers re-
Chancellor, the late, 202, 217 .

monstrating with the King, and
Church of Ireland, 87

Cobbett peeping from behind a cur-
Clarence, Duke of, 327

tain, 217
Cleary, Mr., putting the “ saddle on to the, on the prospects of the

the right horse,” 467 ", I country, the causes of the present

[ocr errors]

108

state of it, and reminding his Ma. | Reform, declaration of Capning, with

jesty of former predictions, by Mr. regard to, 42121
. Cobbett, 257

Mr. Brougham's opinion on
Knight, Mr. Joha, 3, 25

- now, 417
Lansdown, Marquis of, 97. .

Lord J. Russell's opinion, 419
“ Late Panic,” 592

- Burdett's, 420
Letter to Tierney, 29

| Remu Menage of the factions, 328;
Lethbridge, Sir Thomas, 93.. Resolution, on the conduct of Sir
Liverpool, Lord, political demise of, | Francis Burdett, 61107 Bite
'68, 338

Riley, one of Sidmouth's victims, 3
Londonderry, Lord, his objections to Row at the “ Purity” Anniversary,531
Mr. Canning,329,

Russell, Lord William, 530.
Manning, Mr., 690

Sancho, at the “Purity” Anniversary,
Maberley, Mr., 743, 747

531
Melville, Lord, 227

| Scarlet, lawyer, 645 min
Ministry, change of, 195, 217... Seven Sages; “ know thyself !” 211

- Westminster address to the Sinclair, Sir John, 749"
· King, 464,...

Six Acts ; Mr. Hume's motion to re-
Milton, Lord, 682, 735

peal part of, 644
Mother Cole, 34-..:: ::::

| Taylor, Sir Herbert, 180
Motto from Letter to Tierney," 17 “The Crib," 321, 355

- from Bacon and from Seneca, 65 | Tierney, Mr. 1, 82, 92, 97, 741
from Goldsmith, 193

Tom-Tit, 22
from Rousseau, 257. ,.asia Tulip-tree wood, 564,627, 691,756, 817.

from Burdett's “Crib” letter, | Unitarians, 42 :
ci 321

Warehousing of corn in the Flemish
- from divers lucubrations of Bur · ports for the English market, 799
dett, 385, 449, 513

Wellington, 221
- from Westminster comi-tragi- | Westmoreland, Lord, 233, 343 . 1
farce, 579

Westminster Meeting, 451 ; Address to
- fom Register, 9, Nov., 1816, 641 | the King, 464
- from Register, July 26, 1817,705 Whigs, resisting Mr. Hume's attempt
- from Register, 28 Jan., 1815,769 | to repea) part of the Six Acts, 646
No Popery,cry of, easily answered Wool, the market for, 13 i anuarie,
'now, 337

Wood, Alderman, 472
Norfolk Petition, 109-17

Wrottesley, Sir John, 610, 690, 705,
Ogden, Mr.; 3,346 .'

s 712, 719, 728
« Old England,” toast of, explained, York, Duke of, 57, 114, 131-. til
i 334

base praises of hy the base para,
Old Lady and Sir Glory, 579 , " sites, 1361
« Paper against Gold;": 39,52 ... ý

debts of, 135
Parliamentary Reform ; petition of me as a husband; mother Clarke,137

Mr. Grey, (now Lord Grey) and the - gaming, 139 1'.
Society of * Friends of the people," - generosity of; the pension of
in 1773, 294

10,000 l. a year, 1412
Parnell, Sir Henry, 687, 735 .

“keindness' of, 143.. !
Paper-money, 809

Commander in Chief, and his
Peel's Bill, A

discipline ; standing army « incom.
Peel, Mr., 237, 329, 336, 645,

patible with civil liberty, 147
Pearse, Mr., 733

- wars against the republicans,
Pitt, an old speech of on the Sinking notably at Dunkirk, the Helder,

Fund, quoted by Canning in his Valenciennes, Nimeguen, &c., 155,
Budget speech, 665

170 ;-capitulation with the Generals
Preston, the beautiful girls of and Brune (a printer) and Dandaelles (a
spitten upon Stanley, 98

baker) in Holland, 178 - now

Printed hy, W. Colbert, No, lai, Fleet-street.

« SebelumnyaLanjutkan »