The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for the Year ..., Volumen50

J. Dodsley, 1811

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Affairs of the Peninsula of Spain and Portugală
Protracted inaction of the opposite Armies Observations on the Conduct
The conduct of the British Government in the present War characterized
Vispatch from the General in Chief of the Army of Catalonia to
Municipal Sitting Madrid Dec 9 1808
Exxtract of Letter from LieutenantGeneral Sir John Moore to Vis
From the Lisbon Gazette Extraordinary June 1 Letter from D
From the Government Gazette Extraordinary of Nov 23
Copy of a Letter from ViceAdmiral Lord Collingwood Commander
Official commmunication from Marshal Beresford to the President of
Attack on Martinique
Report relating to the Dutch Conimissioners 4 96
Downingstreet Aug 7532
The following Dispatches have been received from the Earl of Cha
Intercepted Correspondence Minutes of Dispatches dated Aug 14th
hon K G dated Headquarters Middleburgh Aug 16 1809 547 Admiralty Office Aug 20 1809 Dispatches from Sir R J Strachan
Downingstreet Sept 2 1809 A Dispatch of which the following is
fairs from LieutenantColonel Carrol dated Army of the Left Camp
Letters from the Right Honourable George Canning to the Earl Cam
Letter from ViceAdmiral Lord Collingwood Commander in Chief
Price of Stocks for 1809
Sheriffs appointed by his Majesty in Council for the year 18090
A general Bill of Christenings and Burials from December 13 1806
Deaths in the year 1809
Letter from General Armstrong to Mr Madison dated Paris

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