American Independence and the French Revolution 1760-1801
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American Independence and the French Revolution 1760-1801

By S. E. (Samuel Edward) Winbolt
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  • AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION (1760-1801)
  • BELL’S ENGLISH HISTORY SOURCE BOOKS Scope of the Series and Arrangement of Volumes
  • INTRODUCTION
  • NOTE TO THIS VOLUME (1760-1801)
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • BRITISH VICTORIES—“A YOUNG MR. BURKE” (1761). Source.—Letters of Horace Walpole. Edited by P. Cunningham London: Bentley. Vol. iii., pp. 419-421. 1891.
    • To George Montagu, Esq., Strawberry Hill, July 22, 1761.
  • HONOURS FOR MR. PITT (1761). Source.—Correspondence of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. Vol. ii., pp. 146 et seq. London, 1838-1840.
    • The Earl of Bute to Mr. Pitt, October 6, 1761.
    • Mr. Pitt to the Earl of Bute, October 7, 1761. [From a rough draught in Mr. Pitt’s handwriting.]
    • The Earl of Bute to Mr. Pitt, October 8, 1761.
    • Mr. Pitt to the Earl of Bute, October 8, 1761. [From a draught in Mr. Pitt’s handwriting.]
  • THE STATE OF THE PRISONS. Source.—Goldsmith’s Vicar of Wakefield (Chap. XXVII.).
  • TOWNSHEND’S CONTUMACY (1767). Source.—Correspondence of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. Vol. iii., pp. 233 et seq. London, 1838-1840.
  • WILKES RIOTS (1768). Source.—Calendar of Home Office Papers, 1766-1769. Pp. 322, 323. London, 1879.
    • Robert Wood to Sir J. Fielding.
  • RIOTS IN THE NORTH (1768). Source.—Calendar of Home Office Papers, 1766-1769. Pp. 839, 840. London, 1879.
    • Duke of Northumberland to H.M.’s Principal Secretaries of State.
    • The Same to the Same.
    • Lord Weymouth’s Reply, dated the 14th.
  • A PETITION TO GEORGE III. FROM THE FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX (1769). Source.—Letters of Junius. London: G. Bell and Sons. Vol. ii. 1911.
    • To the King’s Most Excellent Majesty. The humble petition of the Freeholders of the County of Middlesex.
  • THE CITY OF LONDON AND THE EARL OF CHATHAM ON PARLIAMENTARY REFORM (1770). Source.—Letters of Junius. London: G. Bell and Sons. 1910. Vol. i.
  • COMMENTS ON PARLIAMENTARY HAPPENINGS (DECEMBER, 1770). Source.—Letters of Junius (Letter LXXXI.). London: G. Bell and Sons. 1911. Vol. ii.
    • For the “Public Advertiser,” December 14, 1770.
      • SECOND CHAPTER OF FACTS, OR MATERIALS FOR HISTORY.
    • SECOND CHAPTER OF FACTS, OR MATERIALS FOR HISTORY.
  • THOMAS HUTCHINSON TO LORD HILLSBOROUGH (1771). Source.—Calendar of Home Office Papers, 1770-1772. Pp. 191-193.
    • Thos. Hutchinson, Governor of [Massachusetts Bay], to Lord [Hillsborough].
    • Thos. Hutchinson, Governor of [Massachusetts Bay], to [Lord Hillsborough].
    • Thos. Hutchinson, Governor of [Massachusetts Bay], to Lord [Hillsborough].
  • REFORMERS IN PARLIAMENT RECOMMENDED TO SINK DIFFERENCES AND PROMOTE UNION (1771). Source.—Letters of Junius (Letter LIX.). London: G. Bell and Sons. 1910. Vol. i.
    • To the Printer of the “Public Advertiser,” October 5, 1771.
  • DISTRESS CAUSED BY HIGH PRICES (1772). Source.—Calendar of Home Office Papers, 1770-1772. P. 479.
    • Forestalling and Engrossing.
  • MEETINGS OF WEAVERS AND OTHERS TO PETITION THE KING (1773). Source.—Calendar of Home Office Papers, 1773-1775. Pp. 39-42, and 65.
    • Sir John Fielding to the Earl of Suffolk.
  • DESTRUCTION OF TEA (CARGOES) AT BOSTON (DECEMBER, 1773). Source.—Calendar of Home Office Papers (1773-1775). Pp. 175 et seq.
    • Lords of the Admiralty to the Earl of Dartmouth.
    • Lord Viscount Barrington to the Earl of Dartmouth.
    • Chairman of the East India Company to Lord Dartmouth.
  • WAR MATERIAL FOR AMERICA (1774). Source.—Calendar of Home Office Papers (1773-1775). Pp. 240 et seq.
    • Earl of Suffolk to the Earl of Dartmouth.
    • Earl of Suffolk to the Earl of Dartmouth.
    • Earl of Suffolk to the Earl of Dartmouth.
    • Lords of the Admiralty to the Earl of Dartmouth.
  • AMERICAN EXPEDITION TO CANADA (1775). Source.—Calendar of Home Office Papers (1773-1775). Pp. 407-409.
    • Hugh Finlay to ? Anthony Todd.
  • RESOLUTIONS FAVOURING THE AMERICAN COLONIES (1775). Source.—“Speech on Conciliation with America,” Edmund Burke. Vol. i. of his Collected Works. London: G. Bell and Sons. 1909.
  • THE ARMIES UNDER HOWE AND CLINTON (1777). Source.—Gentleman’s Magazine. Vol. xlvii. (1777), pp. 573 et seq.
    • Return of Cannon, Stores, Ammunition, etc., taken and destroyed on this Expedition.
  • CHATHAM’S LAST LETTER AND SPEECH (1778). Source.—Correspondence of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. Vol. iv., pp. 518 et seq. [From a draught in the handwriting of Lord Pitt.]
    • The Earl of Chatham to the Duke of Richmond, April 6, 1778.
    • [Report of the Earl of Chatham’s Last Speech, from the “London Magazine.”]
  • KING GEORGE’S MESSAGE AND THE SPANISH MANIFESTO (1779). Source.—Gentleman’s Magazine. Vol. xlix., pp. 324 et seq.
    • Copy of the King’s Message. “George R.
    • Copy of the Spanish Manifesto.
  • SOCIETY AT BRIGHTHELMSTON (BRIGHTON) IN 1779. Source.—Diarists quoted in History of Brighthelmston. John Ackerson Erredge. Brighton, 1862.
    • (A.) The Libraries.
    • (B.) The Raffles.
  • THE GORDON NO-POPERY RIOTS (1780). Source.—Letters of Horace Walpole.
    • To Rev. William Cole, Strawberry Hill, June 15, 1780.
  • SURRENDER OF CORNWALLIS (1781). Source.—Gentleman’s Magazine. Vol. li., p. 539.
  • PRELIMINARIES OF EUROPEAN PEACE (1783). Source.—Gentleman’s Magazine. Vol. liii., p. 91.
    • Between Great Britain and France.
    • Between Great Britain and Spain.
    • Between Great Britain and the United States of America.
  • A VIOLENT ELECTION CONTEST (1784). Source.—Cowper’s Letters. Thomas Wright. London: Hodder and Stoughton. 1904. Vol. ii., pp. 194-197.
    • To Rev. John Newton, April 26, 1784.
  • THE COUNTRY POST (1785). Source.—William Cowper, The Task. Book iv.
  • HIS MAJESTY’S SPEECH (1787). Source.—Annual Register. Vol. xxix., pp. 268 et seq. of State Papers.
    • My Lords and Gentlemen,
    • Gentlemen of the House of Commons,
    • My Lords and Gentlemen,
  • CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY (1788). Source.—Speech in the Impeachment of Warren Hastings, Esq. Edmund Burke. Vol. vii. of his Collected Works. London: G. Bell and Sons. 1911.
  • CORN IMPORTS AND EXPORTS (1789). Source.—Annual Register, 1789, pp. 279 et seq.
    • Exported.
    • Imported.
  • THE SPOLIATION OF THE CLERGY IN FRANCE (1790). Source.—Reflections on the Revolution in France. Edmund Burke. Vol. ii. of his Collected Works. London: G. Bell and Sons. 1910.
  • SUSSEX ELECTION PETITIONS (1792). Source.—Oldfield’s Representative History of Great Britain. London, 1816.
    • (A) Horsham election petition.
    • (B) Steyning.
      • Political Character.
    • Political Character.
  • THE RIGHT OF THE FRENCH NATION TO SELF-GOVERNMENT (1792). Source.—Cowper’s Letters. Thomas Wright. London: Hodder and Stoughton. 1904. Vol. iv., pp. 332-335.
    • To Lady Hesketh, Dec. 1, 1792.
  • PERORATION IN THE IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS (1794). Source.—Speech in the Impeachment of Warren Hastings, Esq. Edmund Burke. Vol. viii. of his Collected Works. London: G. Bell and Sons. 1908.
  • GEORGE III. ASSAULTED BY THE MOB (1795). Source.—Letters of Princess Elizabeth of England. Edited by Philip Yorke. London: Fisher Unwin. 1898.
    • To Lady Harcourt, Wednesday, 5th July, 1795.
  • THE MUTINY AT THE NORE (1797). Source.—Annual Register. Vol. xxxix., pp. 214 et seq. of History of Europe.
  • ENGLAND AND THE DIRECTORY (1797). Source.—Correspondence of the First Earl of Malmesbury, London, 1844. Vol. iii., pp. 577 et seq.
    • Letter from Lord Malmesbury to Mr. Pitt, Calais. Sept. 18th. 1797.
    • Letter from Lord Malmesbury to Mr. Canning, Calais, Monday, 9 p.m., Sept. 18th, 1797.
    • Extract of a Despatch from Lord Malmesbury to Lord Grenville, Calais, 19th Sept., 1797.
  • THE BATTLE OF THE NILE (OR ABOUKIR BAY) (1798). Source.—Annual Register. Vol. xl., pp. 142 et seq. of History of Europe.
  • SUPPLIES GRANTED BY PARLIAMENT FOR NAVY AND ARMY (1800). Source.—Annual Register. Vol. xlii., pp. 160 et seq. of Appendix to Chronicle.
    • Navy.
      • October 1, 1799.
      • October 3.
      • February 10, 1800.
      • February 13.
    • October 1, 1799.
    • October 3.
    • February 10, 1800.
    • February 13.
    • Army.
      • October 3, 1799.
      • February 13, 1800.
      • February 24.
      • May 27.
      • July 16.
    • October 3, 1799.
    • February 13, 1800.
    • February 24.
    • May 27.
    • July 16.
  • HIS MAJESTY’S SPEECH TO THE FIRST UNION PARLIAMENT (1801). Source.—Annual Register. Vol. xliii., pp. 207 et seq. of State Papers.
    • His Majesty’s Speech to both Houses, on opening the Imperial Parliament, 2d February, 1801.
    • Gentlemen of the House of Commons,
    • My Lords and Gentlemen,
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