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1805. PAGE

Oct. 19. Lord Castlereagh to Lieutenant-General Don—Suggestions

for the landing of the troops when in the Elbe . 22

19. Lord Castlereagh to Lieutenant-General Don—Further

instructions .... ib.

19. Lord Castlereagh to Lieutenant-General Don—Directions

for his proceedings . . . .25

21. Memorandum relative to the projected Expedition for the

consideration of the Cabinet. By Lord Castlereagh . ib.

21. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Barham, on the transport of troops

from Ireland . . . .29

24. Lord Castlereagh to Lieutenant-General Don, directing

him not to proceed to sea till further orders . . ib.

24. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Keith, directing arrangements for

receiving troops on board King's ships . . 30

25. Lord Castlereagh to Lieutenant-General Don—Directs him

not to proceed to Berlin, Lord Harrowby being sent on a

special mission . . . . ib.

26. Lord Castlereagh to Lieutenant-General Don, on the re-

cruiting of the German Legion . ■ .31

28. Lord Castlereagh to Lieutenant-General Don—Directions

for his conduct . . . .32

29. Mr. Cooke to Lord Keith, relative to Johnson and Par-

sons . . . . .33

29. Lord Castlereagh to the Duke of York, signifying the King's

commands that he should order the whole of the troops

embarked to proceed to the Elbe . . .34

30. Lord Castlereagh to Lieutenant-General Don, approving

of arrangements proposed by him . . ib.

30. Mr. Cooke to Lieutenant-General Don, respecting em-

barkation of artillery and ammunition . . 35

Nov. 3. Lord Castlereagh to the Duke of York, signifying the King's

commands for the formation of the whole disposable force

into one connected army . . .36

Chronological Memorandum . . . ib.

10. Lord Keith to Lord Castlereagh, with report of Rob and

Muchett . . . . .38

12. Lord Keith to Lord Castlereagh—Seizure of Rob and

Muchett's lugger .... ib.

12. Lord Castlereagh to Baron Jacobi—Offer of Prussian ves-

sels to engage in the service of Government . . 39

14. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Keith, on the affair of Rob and

Muchett . . . . .40

14. Lord Castlereagh to Count Minister, signifying the King's
determination, on the conclusion of peace, to transfer the
German Legion to Hanover . . . ib.
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Nov. 14. Lord Castlereagh to Count Miinster—Transfer of German

Legion . . . . .41

19. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Keith, directing the disembark-

ation of troops at Bremerlehe . . .42

19. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Harrowby—Delay caused by con-

trary winds—Appropriation of transports—Views respect-

ing Holland — Disposition to attempt the reduction of

Walcheren—Disposable force . . .43

19. Lord Castlereagh to Lieuteuant-General Don — Report

from Baron Decken—Importance of acting against Hol-

land—Arrangements for embarkation of cavalry . 47

22 Lord Castlereagh to Lord Keith—Troops now embarked

to proceed to Bremerlehe . . .48

26. Mr. Cooke to his Majesty's Consul at Embden, inquiring if

the Court of Prussia has given permission for troops to

disembark in the Ems . . .49

27. Lord Castlereagh to the Duke of York, communicating the

King's directions to send an additional force to the Con-
tinent, and Lord Cathcart to command the whole . ib.

27. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Harrowby, acquainting him with

the appointment of Lord Cathcart to the command of the

whole British army on the Continent . . 50

27. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Cathcart—General view of our

relations with foreign powers . . .51

27. Lord Castlereagh to Lieuteuant-General Don, acquainting

him with the orders for reinforcing the army on the Con-

tinent, and the appointment of Lord Cathcart to the com-

mand . . ■ • .56

27. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Chatham—Artillery and stores

for reinforcements going to the Continent . . 58

28. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Keith—Outline of operations in-

tended and in progress . . ib.

28. Lord Castlereagh to Count Miinster, introducing Mr. Engel-

bach as superintendent of bakeries for the army on the

Continent . . . . .60

28. Lord Castlereagh to the Consul at Embden, introducing

Mr. Bullock as Deputy Commissary . . 61

29. Lord Castlereagh to the Lords of the Admiralty, on pro-

viding convoys for troops embarking . . ib.

29. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Keith, requesting him to assist

inquiries about the safety of entering the Ems with a

fleet of transports .... ib.

Dec. 4. Mr. Cooke to Lord Keith—Embarkation of troops, ordnance

stores, &c. ..... 62.

5. Lord Castlereagh to Lord Cathcart—Instructions in case of

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