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No. X.

Mr. Llais's lastractions to Volunteers
Poetical Addiess, by Anglus 161
What have the Poor to lose? 163 Mr. Clark's Address to Mechanics, 8.115
The Alarm Bell, No. III.

2.?
Po Serious Address, by Juvenis ihs - France and England compared 350
Mr. Emmct's Speech

on his Trial

MI
Remarks on the French Press.

259
Futsteps of Blood, No. III.

174 TR, Trunip of War, by T. 9. Facci
To Corespondents.

176
No. XI.
Footsteps of Blood, No. IV.

255
Second Letter by an Englishnan 177

No. XVI.
Dr. Beddoes's Lester on the Tieatment of oid England is our leading Star

257 AD
the English in France

179 Mi, Blair's Instructions to Volunteers
85 Duloger of a Stranger and John Bull 182

258
Fifa Lette: by and Honest irisana 185 Mr. Clark's Address to Mechanics, &c.
Mr. Carr's Speech at Titjes
188

263
A Song for the Loyalist

Iyo

Mr Macdonald's Speech at Ealing 266
Ditro, entitled British Thunder 191 Footsteps of Blood, No. V.

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To Currespondents

192

No XVII.

Mr. Golman's Portrait of Buonaparte 293 125
go.
8. Preparation for the general Fast 193 On Buonaparte's military Talents
The Christian's Hope, by the late J. Mr. Clark's Address to Mechanics, &c.
Bacon, Esq.
195

278
On the Signs and Duties of the Times French Barbarities to a Hanoverian
196 Blacksmith, &c.

282
Hints by the Society for the Suppression The labourer's Drill, a ner Song 285
of Vice, &c.

200 Footsteps of Blood, No. VI.
Thoughts by a Christian Observer

No. XVIII.
35 A Family Prayer during the War 202

Original Poetry

289
Address by a Welsh Minister 204 The military Talents of Buonaparte 290
Extracts by Anti-revolutionist, 205 Original Lines, by Mr. Harding

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Original Poetry

206
Difficulties of the Invasion

295
Mr. Blair's Invitation to the Volunteers

On the present State of France, by Mr.
207

Hunter
100 Mr. Porter's Drawings of Buonaparte 2.08 Footsteps of Blood, No. VII.

298
To Correspondents

ib.

Mr. Blair's Salutary Maxims 302
No. XIII.
To Correspondents

304
Mr. Blair's Instructions to the Volunteers

No. XIX.
on the Preservation of their Health The King's Speech in Parliament 305
A Poem on the Invasion, by Juvenis 213

A Song, by H. M, entitled, “ A King or

a Consul?”
Major Rennell on the War
Liberty and Loyalty, by Mr. Harding 216 Bp. Watson's intended Speech in Parlia- 140.

ment
105 A Dream, by Anti-diavolo

217

Rev. Mr. Bean's Speech to the Carshalton
An originai Ode to Buonaparte 219

Volunteers

31Z
The Alarm Beil, No. IV.

Duke of Rutland's Speech on Stathern
Tu Correspondents
224 Hill

313
No. XIV.
Footsteps of Blood, No. VIII.

318
Mr. Carr's War Song

225

No. XX.
Mr. Blair's Instructions to Volunteers The Eagle, the Cat, and the Sow: a po-

228 litical Fable
dis. The Patriot's Catechism

234 Naked Truth, by Alfred
The Alarm Bell, No. V.

237
Address to Britons

326
Will Chip's Rights of Man, by H. M. Britain Secure, a Poem
239 Footsteps of Blood, No. IX.

331
No. XV.
Shade of Abercromby

333
Original Poetry, by Amicus 241 Concluding Suggestions

297 135

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