England and Napoleon (1801-1815)
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England and Napoleon (1801-1815)

By S. E. (Samuel Edward) Winbolt
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  • ENGLAND AND NAPOLEON
    • INTRODUCTION
      • NOTE TO THIS VOLUME
    • NOTE TO THIS VOLUME
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • ENGLAND AND NAPOLEON 1801-1815
    • THE BATTLE OF THE BALTIC (1801). Source.—Thomas Campbell: Historical Lyrics and Ballads. P. 93.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • IRELAND IN 1801. Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. i., p. 286.
      • I. THE GOVERNMENT.
      • II. FINANCE.
      • GOLF AND FOOTBALL (1801). Source.—Strutt’s Sports and Pastimes of the People of England, 1801. Pp. 93 and 97 of Methuen’s edition, 1903.
      • SHERIDAN FOR ADDINGTON, CANNING FOR PITT (1802). Source.—Stanhope’s Life of Pitt, 1862. Vol. iii., p. 415.
    • I. THE GOVERNMENT.
    • II. FINANCE.
    • GOLF AND FOOTBALL (1801). Source.—Strutt’s Sports and Pastimes of the People of England, 1801. Pp. 93 and 97 of Methuen’s edition, 1903.
    • SHERIDAN FOR ADDINGTON, CANNING FOR PITT (1802). Source.—Stanhope’s Life of Pitt, 1862. Vol. iii., p. 415.
    • TYPICAL VESSELS OF THE ROYAL NAVY (1803 to 1815). Source.—Clowes: The Royal Navy, 1900. Vol. v. (1803 to 1815), p. 15.
    • DESIRE FOR PITT’S RETURN TO OFFICE (1803). Source.—Stanhope’s Life of Pitt, 1862. Vol. iv., p. 28.
    • VERSES BY CANNING AGAINST ADDINGTON (1803). Source.—Stanhope’s Life of Pitt, 1862. Vol. iv., pp. 58, 59, 60.
    • NOTES ON THE WAR, GERMANY, AND NAPOLEON, BY PITT (1803). Source.—Stanhope’s Life of Pitt, 1862. Vol. iv., p. 223.
      • The War.
      • Germany.
      • Napoleon.
    • The War.
    • Germany.
    • Napoleon.
    • GUN-BOATS FOR DEFENCE (1803). Source.—Diaries ... of the Right Hon. George Rose, 1860. P. 69.
    • CONDITION OF THE POOR IN MANUFACTURING TOWNS (1804). Source.—Gentleman’s Magazine. Vol. 74, July to December, 1804, p. 710.
    • ANNUAL STATEMENT OF WHEAT, FLOUR, AND BREAD FOR THE YEAR 1804. Source.—Gentleman’s Magazine. Vol. 74, January to June, 1804, p. [iv].
      • Wheat.
      • Flour.
      • Bread.
    • Wheat.
    • Flour.
    • Bread.
    • ENGLAND AND THE MEDITERRANEAN.
      • I. Pitt on Malta (1805).
      • II. Nelson on Sardinia (1805).
    • I. Pitt on Malta (1805).
    • II. Nelson on Sardinia (1805).
    • THE BLOW THAT KILLED PITT (1805).
      • (a) Pitt to Lord Harrowby.
      • (b) Canning to Pitt.
    • (a) Pitt to Lord Harrowby.
    • (b) Canning to Pitt.
    • ROUTINE ON A BRITISH MAN-OF-WAR—THE REVENGE (1805). Source.—Clowes’ Royal Navy, 1900. Vol. v., p. 21.
    • NELSON’S PLAN OF ACTION FOR TRAFALGAR (1805). Source.—Clowes’ Royal Navy, 1900. Vol. v., p. 127.
    • TRAFALGAR (1805). Source.—Southey: Life of Nelson (1813).
    • THE YOUNGER PITT (1806). Source.—Sir W. Scott.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • MINISTRY OF ALL THE TALENTS (1806). Source.—Diaries ... James Harris, first Earl of Malmesbury, 1844. Vol. iv., p. 349.
    • MILITARY PLANS (1806). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 49.
    • CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION (1807).
      • I. Lord Colchester’s Diary.
      • II. Letter from the Duke of Portland to the King.
    • I. Lord Colchester’s Diary.
    • II. Letter from the Duke of Portland to the King.
    • PARTY POLITICS (1807). Source.—Extract from the Prospectus of The Examiner. By Leigh Hunt.
    • THE BERLIN DECREES (1807). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 134.
    • CORUNNA (1809).
      • I. Bulletin of Jan. 21.
      • II. The Burial of Sir John Moore at Corunna (1809).
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
    • I. Bulletin of Jan. 21.
    • II. The Burial of Sir John Moore at Corunna (1809).
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • IMPORTANCE OF PUBLIC ECONOMY (1809). Source.—Diaries ... Right Hon. George Rose, 1860. Vol. ii., p. 336.
    • RESIGNATION OF PORTLAND (1809). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 200.
    • DUEL OF CANNING AND CASTLEREAGH (1809). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 209.
    • MILITARY EXPENSES (1806-1809). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 239.
    • TALAVERA: PROTEST BY LORDS (1809). Source.—Protests of the Lords. Vol. ii., 1741-1825, p. 423.
    • WALCHEREN EXPEDITION (1810).
      • A.—A Squib on the Expedition.
      • B.—Debate on the Expedition.
    • A.—A Squib on the Expedition.
    • B.—Debate on the Expedition.
    • WELLINGTON’S DIFFICULTIES IN SPAIN (1810). Source.—Selections from the Wellington Despatches. Gurwood. P. 409.
      • I. To the Right Hon. H. Wellesley.
      • II. To the Right Hon. H. Wellesley.
      • III. To the Earl of Liverpool.
    • I. To the Right Hon. H. Wellesley.
    • II. To the Right Hon. H. Wellesley.
    • III. To the Earl of Liverpool.
    • THE REGENCY (1811). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 316.
    • Mr. Perceval’s Answer.
    • FÊTE AT CARLTON HOUSE (1811). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 336.
    • WEAVING MACHINES (1812). Source.—Byron’s Works, 1898. Letters and Journals. Vol. ii., p. 424.
    • BADAJOZ (1812). Source.—Selections from the Wellington Despatches. Gurwood. P. 581.
    • MURDER OF PERCEVAL (1812). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 379.
    • SHERIDAN’S LAST UTTERANCES IN THE HOUSE (1812). Source.—Moore’s Life of Sheridan, 1825. P. 677.
    • SIR STAPLETON COTTON’S MILITARY SERVICES (1813). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 440.
    • VITTORIA (1813). Source.—Selections from the Wellington Despatches. Gurwood. P. 700.
    • DEPOSITION OF NAPOLEON (1814).
      • I.—April 8.
      • II.—April 9.
    • I.—April 8.
    • II.—April 9.
    • TOULOUSE TAKEN BY WELLINGTON (1814). Source.—Selections from the Wellington Despatches. Gurwood. P. 809.
    • DUKE OF WELLINGTON’S THANKS (1814). Source.—Diary of Lord Colchester, 1861. Vol. ii., p. 505.
      • Speech of the Duke of Wellington in the House of Commons.
      • The Speaker’s Reply.
    • Speech of the Duke of Wellington in the House of Commons.
    • The Speaker’s Reply.
    • ODE WRITTEN DURING THE NEGOTIATIONS WITH BUONAPARTE (1814). Source.—Robert Southey: Poems.
    • MAJOR VIVIAN’S INTERVIEW WITH NAPOLEON IN ELBA (JANUARY, 1815). Source.—J. H. Rose: Pitt and Napoleon. G. Bell and Sons, 1912. Pp. 170-172, and 173, 174.
    • WATERLOO DESCRIBED BY WELLINGTON (1815). Source.—Selections from the Wellington Despatches. Gurwood. P. 857.
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