No. 1. To HENRY Huar, Esq. of Middleton No.7. TO MAJOR CARTWRIGHP.-Letter
in the county of Southampton.-Letter I., III. On the measures of the United States,
On the Intrigues of the junto in Westmin- and on the conduct of the Boronghmon-
ster for making that noble-spirited City a gers, with regard to Spanish America.
No. 8. To Major Cartwright.-Letter IV.
No. 3. A Letter to a Friend in Lancashire. On the Proceedings, which have just
On the Spy System mixed with the Dra taken place in the Congress relative to
gooning System. On Capt. Raynes's Con Spanish America.--A Letter to L. H.
fessions relative to the Bribery and Per Scipion, Count Du ROURE, the French
jary employed by Generals Maitland and Editor of numerons Editions of Mro
Acláid. Ou tõe State of the Paper-Mo COBBETT's Grammar, entitled "! Le Mullre
Hey. On the predictions of Mr. PAIE Anglois." His base conduct towards the
No. 3, To Henrý funt, Esq. Letter 11. No. 9. To Major Cartwright. --Letter V.
On the scheme for putting forward Mr. | On the attempts, which some Persons are
Roger O Eondot as a Member for West making, in the United States, to prevent
Wihstër.-On the Questions to be put to the Congress from acting with Justice and
| $t Francis Burdett at the next Élection. Hamanity towards the Spanish Colonies.
No. 4. Lettertt. TO MAJOR CARTWRIGHT. No. 10. To Major Cartwright.-Letter VI.
On some of the subjects of his Letters to The release of the eleven English Officers
! Ok Francis Bardett and the Lord Mayot, at Philadelphia.—The Prospects of Free-
and on the base eonduct of the Borough- dom in South America.--Sir Francis Bur-
wowgers, with regard to Spanish America. dett in Ireland.
s-Poststript, då various subjeces. No. 11. To the ELECTORS of WESTMINSTER.
M., An Abstract of MajorČARİWRIGH'S / On the importance of their making a pro-
Bin, entitled * An Act for secgring the I per choice at the next Election of Miemi
Kights and Liberties of the Nation, by albers to serve in Parliament.
Constitational Representation of the Com No. 12. On the Absolute Sway of the Great
mons in Parliament, and Parliaments of a' Seat-Owners over King, Ministers, and
| People. -Title Page and Table of Contents
No. o. To the Honourable the Commons of of Vol. XXXII.
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and No. 13. LETTER A. To the Freemen of the
Ireland, in Parliament assembled The City of Coventry-On the Subject of
Petition of WILLIAM COBBETT ot Botley, Englishmen's Birthright; on that of As-
in the County of Hants, now residing at sassination ; on that of the Right to Resist
North Hampstead, in the State of New Oppression ; on that of Gentler Means.
York. Dáted November 20, 1817. Postscript, on various subjects. :