New Ministerial arrangements-Mr. Pite's rivalry with Napa-
leon--Parliamentary proceedings under Mr. Pitt-Lamentable
state of-Ireland-Mr. Justice Fox charged by Lord Abercorn-
More of Judge Fox's case- -Lord Abercoru's influence in Tyrone.
Mr. Pitt's loss of infiuence & piorogation of Parliamento
King goes to Weymouth-Internal state of the country- Mr.
Foster sworn in Chan. of the Exchequer-Internal effects of Mr.
Pite's continental and home politics Ministers encourage the
coolness between the King and Prince-Means of damp.ug the
Catholics expectations Proceedings of the Catholics--Lord Sid.
mouth's influence upon the King Opening of Parliament-
King's speech-Proceedings in Parliament on Irin affairs
Resolutions of the Catholic meeting--Applications against the
Catholic petition-Mr. Giffard's opposition to the Catholic peti-
tion-Mr. G.ffard's dismissal from office--Conference nf the Cido
thol c dep:ities with Mr. Pitt-Mr. Pitt's arsixer- Continuance
of conference-Close of the conference, and Mr. Pitt's ultimatum
Catholie deputies apply to Lord Grenville and Mr. Fox-Catho.
Vic petition presented by Lord Grenville to the Lords, and Mr.
Fox to the Commons--Lord Abercorn against Judge Fox-Cs2
of Judge Johnson- Effe&s of Juverna's letters - Asts of Gen. II.
between county and county-The 13th & 14:h Gen III. respect.
ing Scotland-Strange construction of the 4th of Geo III.-
Proceedings againft J. Johnson Johnson's case brought before
the House o? Commons-Judge Johnson petitions the Lords
Mo:ions in the Commons respecting state prisoners-lui Ni E'ld-