No. 1.-Hanging of English La-
bourers, at Kent
Treatment of the Labourers.
Chelmsford Sessions. - Bloody-
mioded.-Confession of Goodman;
Cobbett's Lectures.-To the La.
bourers of England; on the mea.
sures wbich ought to be adopted
with regard to Church Property.
-W.Collett, Vicar of Surlingham,
Norfolk.-Preston Election. --The
Ballot. The Prayer. Trevor and
Potatoes. - General Fast. - Ire.
land; Letter of Mr. O'Connell to
the Trades of Dublin-Foreign
Affairs; France.- Tithes.
No. 2.–To the Readers of the Regis-
ter; ou the new plan of publish-
ing it.-No. 1. History of George
IV.-The Affair at Battle; Good-
man, and the Rev. Rush, of
Crowhurst, Sussex.--Message of
the American President.- Flog-
ging Soldiers.- Ireland; Repeal
of the Union.- Preston Election.
- Poor Man's Friend.-Special
No. 3.–No. 2. History of George IV:
-To the Hampshire Parsons.“
Praise of the Bishop of Winches.
ter.-Cobbett Library.-- Tithes;
several Petitions to Parliament,
praying to be relieved from Tithes.
-Mr. Hunt's Entry into London.
-The Misery and the Fires.-
Military Force of Great Britain.
No. 4.–To the Ministers, on the only
effectuat means of putting a stop
to the Fires.-Repeal of the Union.
- To the Tax.paying People of
England.- Parliamentary Office.
-Foreign Affairs.--The Press and
No. 5.-Cause of Reform.-To the
Labourers of England, on their
duties and their rights.-To the
labouring People of Botley:-
Fall of Signor Waitbman.—To
the Marquis of Blandford.—Jre-
land.- Proceedings in the Parlia-
ment; Repeal of the Union;
Tithes; Select Vestries; Borough
of Evesham; the Labourers;
No. 6.—Combination against the Min-
isters and the People.—To Earl
Grey, on the Remedy for existing
Evils.-Frauce.- Reform, and the
intrigues at Court-Meetings in
Lincolnshire, and Worcestershire,
- Parson's and Tithes.- Parson
Bourbons and City Guttlers.
Parliament: Tithes; the Middle-
sex Petition; Trevor; Straw being
No. 7.-Belgium.-Wiltshire Benett.
- France; Letter from Mr. W.
Cobbett.-No.3. History of George
IV.–To the Labourers of Wilt.
shire. — The Fires. - Labourers'
Hunt: — Marquis of
Blandford and his Parsons.-Par-
No. 8.-To the Landowners of Eng-
land, on their Defeat by the Loan
Mungers:-Blaodford and his Par.
sons, - - Game
Laws. - Preston
(ock.- Parliament. Reform, Civil
List, Pardon and Amnesty ; Dis-
section ; Tithes. The Budget,
France.-Leeds Reform Meeting.
No. 9.-French Republic and Eng-
lish Reform-Whig Indictment.
Brighton Petition.-loreign Af.
fairs.. Parliament : National Faith;
Tithes. Breach of Faith. Reform.
Game Laws. Poor Laws. Evesham;
Diplomatic Expenses. Ireland;
No. 10.-To Monsieur Guizot.
Reform.- Parliament. Reform,
Lord John Russell.-Triumph of
Mr. Cobbett.—The Indictment.-
No. 11. To the Labourers of England,
on the Scheme for getting them to
go away from their Native Land.--
To the People of Preston, on the
Parliamentary Reform.- Preston
Cock.-Letter of Mr. Hodges.
No. 12.–To the Hampshire Parsons
on the Reform Bill.-To the Rea-
ders of the Register.—a Bill to
amend the Representation,
Hunt's Baring's and Palmerston's
Speech, on the Reform Bill.
France; Letter of Mr. W. Cobbett.
No. 13.—The Press against Parlia-
mentary Privilege; Breach of
Privilege.-Reform Bill; to the
Readers of the Register.—Majo-
rity and Minority on the Second
Reading of the Reform Bill.