Deposition of Lady Douglas, 374.
Sir J. Douglas, 377.
AMERICA (U. S.)-American President's Mes-
Robert Bidgood, 377.
sage, continued from Page 830, Vol. XXII.,
William Cole, 378, 399.
Frances Lloyd, 379, 403.
Documents, which accompanied the Mes-
Mary Ann Wilson, 380.
sage; consisting of correspondence between
Samuel Roberts, 381.
Thomas Stikeman, 381.
Mr. Russel and Lord Castlereagh, and between
Sir J. B. Warren and Mr. Monroe, 20, 25.
John Sicard, 583.
Further documents, accompanying the Mes-
Charlotte Sander, 383.
consisting of correspondence between
Sophia Austin, 385.
Mr. Graham, Mr. Russel, Mr. Monroe, and
Letter of Lady Willoughby, 386.
Lord Castlereagh, 48, 54.
Extract from the Register of Brownlow-street
Dispatch from Commodore Bainbridge, re- Hospital, 386.
lating to the capture of the Java, 594.
Deposition of Elizabeth Gosden, 386.
Message from the President to the Senate,
Betty Townley, 387.
on the British system of Licenses, 594.
Thomas Edmeades, 388, 520.
Samuel G. Mills, 388.
Speech of the President, on taking the oath
of office, 703,733.
Harriet Fitzgerald, 389.
Notice to British subjects, 735.
Reply of Lady Willoughby to Queries, 391.
Letter froin Captain Lawrence, on the cap-
Further Deposition of R. Bidgood, 392, 401.
ture of the Peacock, 765.
Deposition of Sir F. Millman, 392, 395.
Correspondence between Governor Halset
Mrs. Lisle, 393.
and Commodore Beresford, 768, 798,
Earl Cholmondeley, 395.
Narrative of the Duke of Kent, 396.
AMERICA (British).- Dispatch from Sir G. Speech of Sarah Bidgood, 403.
Prevost, giving an account of the surrender of Letters of the Princess of Wales to the King,
General Winchester, 697.
403, 404, 409, 410, 411, 435, 524.
Dispatch from the same, narrating an ad- Letters between the Princess and Lord Er.
vantage obtained at Ogdensburgh, 851.
skine, 404, 407, 408, 526, 528.
The Princess's Vindication, 411, 453.
AUSTRIA.-Conversation between the Empe-
Deposition of Captain Manby, 518.
ror Napoleon and the Austrian Ambassador,
Mr. Lawrence, 519.
Memorandum of a conversation between Lord
Moira, Mr. Mills, and Mr. Lowten, 522.
ENGLAND.--Letter from Capt. Carden, giving
Deposition of Jonathan Partridge, 523.
an account of the capture of the Macedonian,
Philip Krackeler, 524.
Robert Eaglestone, 524.
Declaration of the Prince Regent against
Letters of the King to the Princess of Wales,
the American States, 80.
Proclamation of the Prince Regent against Letters between the Prince and Princess in
the destroyers of machinery, 190.
Copy of a letter from the Princess of Wales
to the Prince Regent, 227, 262.
Letter from Lieut. Chads, on the loss of the
Letter from the Princess of Wales to the Java, 700.
Speaker of the House of Commons, 310.
Treaty of alliance with Sweden, 867.
Letters between the Prince and Princess of
FRANCE.--Address of congratulation from the
Wales on their separation, 321, 537.
Report of the Privy Council to the Regent,
Senate to the Emperor Napoleon, on his re-
on the Princess not seeing her daughter, 325.
turn, and his reply, 115.
Minute of Cabinet, Jan. 25, 1807, relative to
Proceedings of the Senate, and the Senatus
the Princess of Wales, 360.
Consultum for raising 350,000 men, 122, 147.
Ditto, April 21, 1807, on the same, 364, 366.
Letters from the Viceroy of Italy, the Prince
of Eckmybl, and the Duke of Elchingen, con-
tradiçting facts in the Russian bulletins, 192,
THE BOOK, 371, 435, 503.
The Report of the Four Lords, 371.