State of Europe at the Commencement of 1806.-Consequence of the Battle
of Trafalgar.-Animosity of Bonaparte against England.-Probability of
Invasion.-Effects of the disastrous Coalition of 1805.-Ministry of En-
gland.-Meeting of Parliament.-Speech from the Throne-Address.-
Amendment read, but not moved.-Last Illness and Death of Mr.
Pitt.-Remarks on some Parts of his Character.-Honours rendered
to his Memory.
State of the Ministry on Mr. Pitt's Death-Lord Hawkesbury refuses to un-
dertake the Government, but accepts the Cinque-Ports-Lord Grenville has
an Audience of his Majesty―Reflections on the result of it.-Component
Parts of the New Administration-New Opposition-Old Opposition-
Lord Sidmouth's Party-The Catholic Question-Lord Grenville has a
second Audience of his Majesty-Difficulty started about the Army-
Third Audience-New Administration finally settled-New Cabinet.--Mr.
For declines being first Lord of the Treasury-Auditorship of the
Exchequer Bill-Debates on the Lord Chief Justice being appointed to a
Seat in the Cabinet-Disposition of the Court and Country towards the
New Ministry-Opposition of the Ex-ministers-Imperfect Union of the
Parties composing the New Ministry-Reflections on the Coalition be
tween Lord Grenville and Mr. Fox.
Military System-Army of Reserve Bill-Additional Force Bill-Notice of
a Motion for the Repeal of the Additional Force Bill-Petitions against it