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FROM APRIL TO JUNE, 1827
Brit Preq000. Sumires
TENTS OF VOLUME LXII.
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.-
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
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-
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.
7.-To the Electors of Westminster.
Ou the monstrous intrigues and the monstrous coalition, and especially
ALTHORP, Lord, 678 .
| Cows, Alderney, 182
Cobbett, listening to the remonstrances
of the seceders, 241
difference between the true
politician and the shallow pretender,
Copplestone, Dr., 336
-- petition from Wilts, iņ 1815,
in 1815, 779
-- Castlereagh's insolent speech
on the passing of, in 1815, 785
proofs of his ! purity," ņé ho Dinner of " Purity of Election,” notifi-
own speeches and publications, 475 482
-- remarks on the dinner and row,
- Morning Chronicle report, 537
Mr. Canning, 362
or conduct of at the passing of Feelosophers, 19
Fisher, the Bishop, councillor of Henry
Gifford, William, -26 .
newspaper praise of, so Gridiron, Mr. Cobbett's crest, 6 1
to be hoisted at 183, Fleet-
street, upon certain contingencies,
disfranchising Grampound to Grey, Lord, 269, 346
Harmer, Mr. Jeremiah, 535
Hume, Mr., 438, 471, 643, 673, 736,
Huntingdon bank, 810
- scene of the late Ministers re-
monstrating with the King, and
Cobbett peeping from behind a cur-
the right horse,” 467 ", I country, the causes of the present
state of it, and reminding his Ma. | Reform, declaration of Capning, with
jesty of former predictions, by Mr. regard to, 42121
Mr. Brougham's opinion on
- now, 417
Lord J. Russell's opinion, 419
- Burdett's, 420
| Remu Menage of the factions, 328;
Riley, one of Sidmouth's victims, 3
Russell, Lord William, 530.
Sancho, at the “Purity” Anniversary,
| Scarlet, lawyer, 645 min
- Westminster address to the Sinclair, Sir John, 749"
Six Acts ; Mr. Hume's motion to re-
peal part of, 644
| Taylor, Sir Herbert, 180
- from Bacon and from Seneca, 65 | Tierney, Mr. 1, 82, 92, 97, 741
from Burdett's “Crib” letter, | Unitarians, 42 :
Warehousing of corn in the Flemish
Westminster Meeting, 451 ; Address to
Wood, Alderman, 472
Wrottesley, Sir John, 610, 690, 705,
s 712, 719, 728
base praises of hy the base para,
debts of, 135
Mr. Grey, (now Lord Grey) and the - gaming, 139 1'.
10,000 l. a year, 1412
“keindness' of, 143.. !
Commander in Chief, and his
discipline ; standing army « incom.
patible with civil liberty, 147
- wars against the republicans,
Fund, quoted by Canning in his Valenciennes, Nimeguen, &c., 155,
170 ;-capitulation with the Generals
baker) in Holland, 178 - now
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