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LONDOX: PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES AND SOXB, STAMFORD STREET

AND CHARING CROSS.

Sotheran
12.21-23
910

CONTENTS OF VOLUME FOUR.

LUM

Aberdeen, Earl of; correspondence with, 68, 118; strong feeling

on behalf of Greece entertained by, 181; to be a

member of the Wellington administration, 194, 195;

proposed for Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster,

196; papers on the Greek Question by, 312, 420; on

British relations with Portugal, 441; to be Secretary
of State for Foreign Affairs, 455; correspondence
with, chiefly on Portugal and the Eastern Question, 511,
548, 560, 572, 596, 612, 617, 619, 623, 630, 636, 639,
646-650, 655, 657, 660, 668, 673, 674, 676.678, 681,

682, 684, 686.

A'Court, Sir W. (Lord Heytesbury); to be created a peer, 162,

167; letter from, 216.

Acts, Corporation and Test; 409-412.
Administration ; various arrangements for the reconstruction of

the, 11, 18, 22; Cabinet proposed by Lord Goderich,
89; plan submitted to the King by the Duke of Wel-
lington, 186; reconstruction of the Cabinet on Mr.

Huskisson's retirement, 455, 462.
Africa ; settlements on the coast of, 161, 630, 638; Duke of Wel-

lington proposes that the garrisons should be exclu-

sively naval, 642; Sierra Leone, 658, 667.

Agency of the Artillery and Ordnance; 218; loss and delay

involved in change of agents, 264.

Akermann, Treaty of; 310, 329, 331, 355.

Allen, William; correspondence on Sierra Leone, 658, 667.

America, British North; force in, 109; Rideau Canal, whole line

of water communication, and defences of Canada, 139,

144, 308, 319; evidence of the Duke of Wellington

before the Committee of Finance on the defences of,

389; government of Upper Canada, 571; loans to

Canada, 652, 656.

Anglesey, Marquess of; letter from, on the water communication

of Canada, 139; to continue Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland,
207, 221 ; health of, 254; correspondence with, chiefly
on Irish affairs, 331, 333, 468, 476, 479, 485, 489,
491, 494, 521; the King proposes the removal of, from
Ireland, 575, 577; extraordinary conduct of, 620, 666.
Arbuthnot, Rt. Hon. Charles ; 78, 200, 455; private letter from, to

Lord Bathurst, on the state of the Duke's health and

occupations, 597.

Argyll, Duke of; resignation of Great Seal of Scotland, 215, 219.

Army, British; rules for bestowing brevet promotion, 27, 62, 562;

proceedings of troops in Portugal (see Portugal); pro-

posed reduction of, 64, 67, 68; statement of the force on

colonial and foreign stations, 71; force in the manufac-

turing districts, 100; memorandum by the Duke on

the proposed reduction of, 106; heavy duty done in

time of peace by the Guards in London, 110; relief of

troops, 112; reasons for not reducing the infantry

114; still stronger reasons against reducing the cavalry

(see Cavalry), 115; expense of, 116; half-pay and

pensions in 1818, 117; remarks of the Duke on the

interference of officers, and on the responsibility of

General officers for the officers of the Staff employed

under them, 128; warrants authorising officers to order
general courts-martial, 162; orders for the regulation of
barracks, 175; plan of the King for the temporary com-
mand of the army, on the resignation of the Duke of Wel-
lington, 222, 253, 263; scheme for diminishing the pay

of, 321 ; appointments, 670 (see Commander-in-Chief).

Armies, Anglo-Indian; arrangements for the chief command of,

82, 132, 225; want of officers and state of Native in-

fantry in, 147; comparison by Sir Jasper Nicolls

between the Native armies of Bengal and Madras, 148 ;

reduction of the King's troops in, 265; cost of Euro-

pean infantry in, 266 ; brevet promotion in, 561.

Ashley, Lord (Earl of Shaftesbury); letter from, 16; to be ap-

pointed a member of the Board of Control, 228.

Austria ; policy of, on the Greek question, 45, 181, 294, 345, 351.

Bath, Order of the ; unsuitable person proposed for, 31 ; changes

in, suggested by the Duke of Clarence, 260.

Bathurst, Earl; 66, 67, 70, 76, 78; remarks of, upon Lord

Goderich, 81; correspondence with, 102, 104, 140,

158, 159, 169, 173, 180, 185; to be Lord President in

the Wellington administration, 187; correspondence

with, 419, 422, 574, 593, 622, 637.

Beresford, General Viscount; letters of, on Portuguese affairs, 86,

119, 124; appointed Master-General of the Ordnance,

214; advised by the Duke against transferring the

agency of the Artillery, 218, 264; letter to, on the water

communication of Canada, 308; requested to discontinue

writing about politics to Portugal, 491.

Bermudas, The; defence of, 109.

Bexley, Lord ; 92, 102; requested to resign Chancellorship of the

Duchy of Lancaster, 202; great public services ren-

dered by, 202; pension granted to, 203.

Brazil; blockade of Brazilian ports, 288; slave trade, 37, 674,

684, 686; conduct of the Emperor regarding Por-

tuguese debt, 435, 443; abdication of Don Pedro as

King of Portugal, 504, 547, 623 (see Portugal); con-

duct of the Emperor's ministers regarding Dutch

emigrants, 682.

Brecknock, Earl of; 228; letter from, 530; mention of, 629.

Brougham, Mr. (Lord); 80, 126, 168; retort of, to Mr. Canning, 182.

Bülow, Baron; Prussian ambassador; communication from, regard-

ing the navigation of the Rhine, 347, 641.

Byng, Lt.-Gen. Sir John (F. M. Earl of Strafford); on the force

in the manufacturing districts, 100; Commander of the

Forces in Ireland, 455, 476.

Cabinet ; secrecy demanded from members of the, 212.

Canning, Right Hon. George, Premier; correspondence with the

Duke of Wellington concerning the reconstruction of

the administration and the resignation of the Duke,

2-5, 16-26, 35; feelings of the King towards, 69, 80;

character of, 72, 91, 122, 179; death of, 73, 75, 76 ;

Mrs. Canning to be made a peeress, 188, 189, 197;

pension to the family of, 79, 510; comparison drawn

by the Duke of Cumberland between the Duke of

Wellington and, 262.

Canning, Mr. Stratford (Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe); Ambas-

sador to the Porte, 47, 345, 682.

Capo d'Istria, Count; correspondence with, respecting Greece, 127,

136; conduct of, 140, 339; position of, in Greece, 623.
Carlisle, Earl of; 92; conditional refusal of office, 187, 190, 191;

regret of the King at losing the services of, 200, 209.
Carlton House ; the Duke advises the King not to claim the fixtures

and furniture of, 269.
Cavalry; reasons against reducing, difficulty of replacing, 115;

disadvantages of this branch of the service, 115.
Chandos, Marquess of; letters to, 175, 229.
Chateaubriand, Vicomte de; Journal des Débats' the great instru-

ment of the power of, 346, 617.
Chester, Bishop of; translated to the diocese of London, 550, 553,

559 (see Sumner).

Church preferment; system of, 273, 300; appointments, 302; promo-

tions consequent on the death of the Archbishop of

Canterbury, 549, 553, 559.

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