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No. 1. A Letter to Messrs. Johnson, Bagueley, and Drummond, on their Imprisonment, and on the Line of Conduct which they ought to pursue; and on Political Shoy-hoys. 2. Letter IX. to Mr. Hunt, on the recent Tricks of the Boroughmongers, relative to their main Prop, their Paper-money.

3. Letter X. to Mr. Hunt, on the same Subject.

4. Letter IX. to Mr. Hunt, on the Workings of the Poor Laws.

5. Letter to Lord Viscount Folkestone, on the Proceedings in Parliament, during the Session of 1819, relative to the Paper-money.-Letter to Mr. Hunt, on the Confusion introduced by him at Mr. Peel's City Finance Meeting, &c.

6. Letter II. to Lord Viscount Folkestone, on the Proceedings in Parliament during the Session of 1819, relative to the Paper-money. 7. Letter XII. to H. Hunt, Esq. on the Meeting at the London Tavern, on the 18th of May, 1819, relative to the Bank Note affairs.

8. Letter to Sir R. Peel, on the Petition presented by him against the Resolutions, in Parliament, relative to the Specie Payments.-Letter to Mr. Hunt on Paper-money affairs. 9. To the Female Reform Society of Blackburn.

10. Letter to the Prince Regent, on the wild and visionary Schemes of the Boroughmongers.

11. Letter II. to the Prince Regent, on his Proclamation against the Reformers.

12. Letter to the Middle Classes of England, on the benefits which Re

form could produce to them.—Letter to Mr. Hunt.

13. Letter to Mr. James P. Cobbett, on Mr. Cobbett's Progress from Liverpool to London, and on the State of Public Affairs in England at that time.

14. Letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the present State of the Country, and on the Measures proposed to be adopted at the present time.-Letter to Mr. J. P. Cobbett, about Wright. 15. Letter II. to the Earl of Liverpool, on the Powers of Taxation to produce Misery; and on the Speech of Mr. Baring relative to the Taxes, the Paper-money, and the Funds. 16. To the Reformers of the whole Kingdom, and Prospectus to the Daily Evening Post.

17. To the Female Reformers of the Kingdom.

18. To the Reformers of England, Scotland, and Ireland.

19. Letter to Earl Grosvenor, on his Speech of the 17th December last; on the Inducement for Englishmen with Families and with Capital to go to settle in the United States of America; and on the President's most important Speech of December last. 20. A Plan for the promotion of Sobriety and Frugality, and an abhorrence of Gaming.

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21. To the Bishop of Landaff, on a Speech published in the Courier on the 11th of December last, purporting to be a Speech delivered by him on the 10th of that month, in which Speech is contained certain Remarks relative to the Subjects of Blasphemy and that of Paine's Age of Reason.




Atwood, Mr. 201, 229.
Adams, 16.

Auckland, Lord, 255.


Bagueley, 1.

Gillray, 2.

Burdett, Sir F. 23, 24, 29, 47, 62, 124, Grenville, Lord, 28, 136, 141, 142, 149,
211, 233, 494.
157, 221, 246, 305, 318.
Bagot, Mr. 49.
Grenfell, 198.
Brutus, 89.
Gifford, Wm. 199.
Goldsmith, 246.

Bourne, Mr. Sturges, 105,
Binns, John, 126.
Benbow, Mr. 125.

Bentham, Mr. Jerry, 127.

Becket, Mr. 199.

Baring, Mr. 246, 298, 450,, 465.

Burke, 254, 421.

Bedford, Duke of, 308.

Blackstone, Sir Wm. 327, 748.
Birch, 339.

Brougham, Mr. 362, 378, 488.
Bayley, Judge, 365.
Bennet, Mr. 378.

Barker, Jacob, 412, 504.
Birckbeck, Mr. 703.
Belsham, Mr. 725.

Cobbett, Charles, 15.
Castlereagh, Lord, 26; 28, 132,
221, 241, 247, 254, 318, 334.
Cobbett, Mr. 67, 120, 189, 224.
Chatham, Lord, 80.
Chopstick, John, 99, 370.
Calvert, Mr. 107.

Chamberlayne, Mr. 23, 28, 378.
Canning, Mr. 133, 247, 318, 359.
Cartwright, Major, 197.
Castles, 199.

Clarke, Mrs. 314.

Coburg, Prince of Saxe, 336, 391.
Cashman, 341.

Cobb, Captain, 387, 777.
Coigley, Father O', 573.
Clay, Mr. 617. \

Cochrane, Lord, 620.
Cobbett, Mr. J. P. 699.
Carlisle, 730, 776.


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Fitzwilliam, Earl, 361.
Files, M. 516.

Flower, Mr. George, 708.
Frend, Mr. William, 256.


Fox, Mr. 365, 422.
Fearon, Mr. 127.

Folkestone, Lord Viscount, 129, 148,
154, 161, 450.

Garnier, 284.
Grose, Judge, 305.
Grey, Mr. 423.
Grey, Lord, 466.

Grosvenor, Lord, 506, 779.
Gibbon, 635, 732.

Harrison, Mr. 330.
Haines, Richard, 15.
Hone, Mr. 31.

Hunt, Mr. 33, 66, 148, 193, 223, 241,

246, 249, 495.

Horner, Mr. 145, 222, 245, 370..

Hume, Mr. 299.

Hun, Mrs. 310, 369.

Holland, Lord, 466, 631.
Hulme, Mr. 631.


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Oliver, 199.


Ogden, the revered and ruptured,”



Palmer, Fyshe, 23, 278.

Pitt, Mr. 31, 228, 237, 238, 255, 364,
422, 471.

Perkins, Mr. 49, 50, 54.

Paine, 92, 131, 231, 255, 364, 422, 471,
599, 709, 730, 778.

Peel, Mr. 121, 154, 155, 318, 362.
Peel, Sir Robt. 195, 222, 226, 236, 248.
Perry, 242, 316, 374, 473, 495.
Perceval, 246.

Plunkett, Mr. 684. .

Rose, George, 28, 504.

Ricardo, 80, 82, 108, 156, 246, 618.
Ryder, 134.

Rush, Dr. 180.
Riley, 341.

Russell, Lord J. 309, 313.
Richmond, Duke of, 422,


Southey, 199.

Sebright, Sir J. 238, 247, 248.
Smith, Adam,.365..
Smith, Egerton, 391.
Spooner, Mr. 477.

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Wolesley, Sir Charles, 329.

Sidmouth, Viscount, 133, 198, 221, 318, Wilberforce, Mr. 422.
Wright, Isaac, 573.

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York, Duchess of, 269.
York, Duke of, 269.
Yong, Madam De, 188.

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On their imprisonment, and on the
line of conduct which they ought
to pursue; and on Political

North Hampstead, Long Island,
30th June, 1819.

you look back into history, you
will find, that tyrants have, for
the most part, been brought to
punishment by the immediate
exertions of those, who have
smarted under their tyranny. Be
of good cheer, therefore. You are
young men, The present active
tyrants will, according to the
course of nature, quit the world"
before you. But, the chances are,
that, if you be prudent, and espe
cially sober, you will see the
effect of complete justice on their




They sent me, or, rather, caused
me to be sent to prison for the
same length of time, that they
have caused you to be sent to
prison. At that time all was a
deep gloom. The public mind was
in darkness. One half of even
good men thought my horrid
THE news of the proceedings punishment necessary, if not just.
and sentence against you have Then my punishment was, with
reached me. They do not at all many, a subject of jesting. There,
surprize me; for such things have was one villain, whose name was
taken place, in all ages and in all GILLRAY, and who was pensioned
countries, during the struggles of by the Boroughmongers, who cá-
the oppressed against the oppres- ricatured me looking through my
sors. Men should never despair prison walls. Some villains of
of the Commonwealth; for, even farmers, then fat, riding by one of
in the hardest of their sufferings, my fields, where my men were
there is a source of consolation; putting up a fence, cried out,
seeing that, in the end, those suf" wheer be the iron bars ?" This
ferings are always visited upon scoundrel race has been well
the heads of the oppressors. If pinched since, and GILLRAY,



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