Like I posted. All your evidence is from authors who don't cite any source other than other historians who have sourced nothing at all other than hearsay.
What about Andrew Roberts and his assertion? It's a wonder you haven't quoted him too seeing as you have quoted that other fantastic Napoleon fawning historian, Cronin. Who again quotes not one source in his diatribe on the matter and neither does that self proclaimed Bonapartist Horrick, who it seems, lifted his version from Cronin's tome. I bet the others have too!
Just one first hand source that's all I ask A lead to any government papers or private letter which shows Pitt and The Government ordering Napoleon's assassination. Or will you reply with such a line as: "Do you actually believe that it would be in writing?" as you did on the other site?