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METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL3 of the WEATHER. (558.]
In Ludgate street, London, by fa. Ayscough.

Near Carlisle in Cumberlando
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meter
Wind. WEATHER.

meter Wind.

WEATHER
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2429,81|:8:51 NW fair day

2429,7242 N fair all day
25 30,201 1942 NW

m. fair, small rain ev. 25,29,90145 ditto
2630,42|50|14 NW
fair all day

26 29,95143

W ditto
2730,39|54|40| SW ditto

27 29,83153 SW

rain early in the morning
2830240152147) NE ditto

28,30, 10140 N

fair all day
29130,3914639

SW
morn. foggy, fair aft.

29129,70146 SE

rain between 2 and s aft.
3030,2 2153491 SW

30,29,00|54 sw morning rain
3130,44 5053

SW

morn. foggy, clo. aft. 3129,95 5" SW fair all day
N

N.
130,49 5.11511 SW
fair all day

129,8550 SW fome drops at 7 evening
230,44155150 SW ditto

2129,90155 S Showers at 12 and i
330,26'55 50 SW ditto

329,60157 sw rainy evening
430, 105552 SW

morn. foggy, fair day 429,50 49 SW fmall shower at 5 evening
5129,76 55 531 SW

m. (mall rain, clo. day 5|29,1253 SW morning rain, fair aftern.
629,9 49 48 SW morn. rain, fair aft. 628,7545 N ditto
7 29,664442 N W fair day

7129,35135

W

fair all day
8|29,86 42 36 N.W ditto

8j29,5027

W

ditto
929,69446371
SW morn. fair, rain even. 928 9547

E fome rain in the evening,
10 29,42152501 SW morn. [m. ra. fair aft. 1028,6042 SW showery day, with thunder
71 29,19 1940 NW mò. clo. sm. ra. fair aft. 128,9038 s W
12 29,66 4340
NW fair all day

1229,3039 SW ditto
13:29,53140 38 NE ditto

1329,15 26 SE morn. fair, evening cloudy
1430,2 46 41 NW morn. cloudy, fair aft.

1429,5038 SW fair all day
1529,545044 rainy day

15|28,95140 rain from 3 till 8 aftern.
16:29,8650,451
SW fair day

1629, 2045

W rain at 4 evening
17 29,95 47'45 SW fair day, foggy evening 179,40 44 W morn. cloudy, fair aft.
18 29,6930 43

SW mó. fair, cl. & sm. f. a. 1829,5 46 SW cloudy day
1929,4515550 SW cloudy and sm. ra. aft. 1928,65451 S

rain from 4 till 10 evening
2019,505350 S w cloudy and rain

20129,

46 SW fair all day
21:29,59150491
SE

21128,90391 S moro. fair, rainy evening
2229,48 52 50
SE ditto

2228,85,481 S cloudy day, rainy evening
2329,66 53'511 SW morn. fm. rain, fair aft. 23|28,90 44 SW morning much rain
24.29,935250 SW fair day

2429,38146
25,29,64 54'50 SE ditto

2529,16 42 SE ditto
26 29,585554 SE cloudy, with rain aft. 26 29,3 491 S rainy morn. and evening
2729,575452 S
fair day

27/28,85 47 S rainy day
28 29,44 53150

SE

morn. rain, suplh. aft. 28 29,5 451 small sain at 1 and 3 afr.
29 29,311 5350
SE {mall rain, cicudy even. 29129,

morn. fair, small rain aft.
NE rain all day

30|28,90143 morn, rain, cloudy aft.
D.

D
129,2750 47 SW fair day

123,98440 NE fair all day
229,1 147 46 NW rain all day

223,9037 N ditto
3129,68 4239 N W fair day

329,4030 W

ditto
429,7614136 NE fair day, small rain ev. 429,10 30 SE

clear frost
529,2950145 SW morn. foggy, fais day 5128,75143 morp, rain, cloudy aftern.
6429,1052142 S W fair, and small rain 6/28,50145

3

afternoon
7729,49:642 SW fair day

728,90.40 s W rain till 12 morning
8,29,4412139 SW ditto

137

Thower morp. and evening,
94-9,6-40381 N
dieto

9, 29,70381 N
1030,16,1238 sw ditto

10 29,9535

W ditto
1130,302038 SW morn foggy, fair aft. 1129,70142 SE ditto
1230,1046,40 SW morn. clo. rain aftern. 12 29,8040 SW Thowery day
1330,35 6140 NE feir day

gentle froit
1430,26|41371 S W ditto

1429,80 45 S W cloudy day
75129,7411238 NW m. fair, ra. & clo, aft.

15 29,5035
W

and afternoon
1029,9.13936 N n. clo. r. & fm. in. a. 1620,80321

N

hard froit all day
17|30,5 135351 N

17 29,9534

N cloudy day
1830,5113035
N ditto

'18 29,90131

N

a small shower morning
1930,1939135 NE m. cloudy, fair aft. 1929,9030 N gentle frost, cloudy day
2030,1240136 NE fair day, fm. sa. eren. 2029,8c135

clear frost
2130,8 39 37 NE morn. fair, cloudy aft. 21|29,6525

W morn. hard frost, clo. afs.
22/29,89401371

S m. foggy, r. & ileet a. 22129,48331 SW I front and cloudy

täir day

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fair all day

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The. LONDON general Bill of Christenings and Burials, from December 14. 1756, to Decem•
ber 13. 1757; with the diseases and casualties, &c.
71952

S Males
Christened

Increased in the bris
10321
Buried
{ Females 10492)

21313

rials this year 441.
Age.

No.
Age.
No. Age. No.

Age. No.
Under

7095
20 and 30 1695
60 and 70 1418

105
2 and 5
30 and 40 1906

70 and 80

1024
5 and 10
40 and 50 1906
80 and 90

102
To ani 20

1
637 50 and 60 1710

go and 100

74 103

{ Females 61.3}14053

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4 Flux

53 Raih

Fever, ditto malig- Meulics
Diseases.

24, Worms
nant, scarlet, spot- Mortification

222
Abort. and Stillborn 5691 ted, and purples 2564 Pally

Casualties.

55
Aged

11 Pleurisy
13 | Broken limbs

4
Ague

6 Quinly
14 | Bruised

9
Apoplexy and sud. 205 French pox

1 Burnt
Arthma and Tiflic
401 Gout
58 Rheumatism

8 Drowned

132
Bedridden
7 Gravel, Stone, and Rickets

16 Excessive drinking
Bleeding

5
Strangury 21 Rising of the lights 2 Executed

6
Bloody Aux
6 Grief
6 Scald head

Found dead
Burtten & Rupture
12 Headach
I'Sciatica

Killed by falls, & fe.
Cancer
$5 Headmouldshot, hor- Scurvy

3

veral other accid. 64
Canker
hoehead and water

3296 Killed themselves
Childbed
175 in the head 42 Sores and ulcers

16 Licked by a mad dog 2
Cold

Jaundice

98 Sore throat 22 Murdered
Colic, Grires, Twist- Impoithume 13 , St Anthony's fire 3 ; Overlaid
ing of the guts

6. Inflammation 76. Stoppage in stomach 16 Poisoned
Consumption

3 Surfeit

2 Scalded
Convulsions 5211 cprosy

il Swelling

s Smothered
Cough and hooping Leihargy

71 Swine pos

I Starved
couch
239 | Livergrown

21 Teeth
766 Suffocated

5
Dropsy
84 | Lunatic
77 Thrush

78
Evil
141 Miscarriage

6 Vomit. & looseness

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General Bill of Mortality for 1757, in EDINBURGH, and WE$T-KIRK parish.
Buried in the city. In the West-kirk-yard.

Total.

Age. No.
Males. | Femal. In all. Males. Femal. In all.

Under 2 years 337
Sfanuary 52 66

21 16 37 155 r 2 & 5 115
February 50

106 18

31 137

5 & 10 80
March
50
108 24 21

45

10 & 20

97
April
53

17 18

35
146

20 & 30 10;
43

IS
21 118

30 & 40 113
June
41
77 12

14
26
103

40 & 5o 142
July
26

57
II 14

25
82

50 & 60 114
August 19 20
39 7 14

60

60 & 70 76
September 19 17 36 7

II
18
54
70 & 80

55
Otober
30 29

22
81

27
November 35 29 63 11

12
23

86 190 & 100
December
39 27

26

92

Decreased 49 1267
Total
457

937 159 171 330 1267

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Diseases.
Aged
Ague
Apoplexy
Althma
Childbed
Chincough
Consumption
Convullion

15 Pleurify

1 Purging
250 Rupture
12 Small pox

6 Stillborn
71 Suddenly
2 Swelling
4 Teething

21 Tympany
11 Vomiting of blood

2
113 Drowned
37
56

39 Flux
31 Gravel

61 Mealles
278 ; Mortification
57 i Pally

6

991

A

rolina 314.

N. B. When different pages are referred to at any article, if the numbers are disjoined by a comma, the
firft figure or figures in the preceding numbers are suppose to be repeated in the subfequent.

Bbotball, a presentation to No ravages made by the French French East-India ship s2. The
that parish withdrawn 266 during the winter ib. Corn prize forcibly seized at Cadiz

Aberdeen, a form there bought up to be sent to Britain 156. Extracts of Capt. Foster's
108.

A meteor seen near that ib. A lift of a squadron that journal relating to this affair
place 554

failed for America ib. Indians 207. A forged letter concern-
Acts passed 44. 102. 255. 319. march to defend Fort Cumber- ing her being restored 209. Ac-
661

land 313. Preparations for a count of further proceedings aa
Abstracts of acts: Of thar to secret expedition 250. 313 bout her 246. The prize order-
discontinue the duties upon corn Fort William-Henry attacked ed to be delivered to the French

imported 57. Of that to pro- by the French, but in vain 3 13. consul 488. Capt. Foster e-
hibit the exportation of corn An invasion dreaded at S. Ca- scapes to Gibraltarib. The
from our colonies 58. Of new

Ld Loudou fails privateer to be sold 537
clauses in the recruiting-act 61. from New York for Halifax 372. Apraxin, Gen. C. Belkucheff's
Of the act to prohibit the ma-

Arrives there 425.

Imbarks letter to the primate of Poland,
king of spirits from grain 151, his troops to attack Louisburg on his troops arriving at the
of that for laying additional 539. The expedition laid aside, Polish frontiers 95. Marches
duties on stamped paper, news- and why ib. Sails for New York through Courland and Samogi-
papers, &c. 301. Of that for ib. A list of the French squa- tia 154. Enters the frontiers
further encouraging the herring- dron at Louisburg 373. of the of Prussia 205. Account of his

fishery-319. Of the militia-act British ib. Virginia and Pen- motions 304, 61. Takes Me-
344. Of the act to indemnity fylvania ravaged by the French mel 362. 416. Publithes seve
Imugglers 398. Of that to en- and Indians 373. Money grant- ral manifestoes 478. Fights the
courage the landing of prize- ed by the affembly of Virginia

Prussians 479.

Retreats 482.
goods in Britain 399. and of ib. A militia-bill dropt in Pen- Of the causes of his retreat 530.
that to prohibit the exportation sylvania ib. The French march Called to court 640. See Leh-

and diltillation of grain 662 against Fort William-Henry wald, Prussia, Russia
Addresses, of the Lords 607. of 426. M. Montcalm's letter to Army of observation, remarks
the Commons 608

the commandant 540.

He on the parliamentary grant for
Advertisement, uncommon one takes the fort 541. The ar- it 518. See Cumber land, Han
552

ticles of capitulation ib. The
Agincourt, account of the battle capitulation basely violated 543. Army of the empire. See Execp-
of 577. Speeches, from Shake 598. M. Monicalm's letter to tion-army, French, Germany,
spear, of K. Henry V. on that Lord Loudon 600. Fate of a Prussia
occasion ib.

scouting party sent from Fort Argyle fynod, of discontinuing
Algebraical question 395 William-Henry 426. Troops the Saturday and Monday fer-
Algiers, Dey of, makes peace fent to Carolina ih. High dif- mons in 262
with the Dutch 488

putes between the governor and Aflizes of bread: For Edinburgh
Aloe, American, blossoms at allembly of Carolina 426. Vir- 49. 221. 279. 439, 96. 559.
Leyden 372. at Mousehole 428 ginia threatened with an inva-

For London 429
Ambition, tower of, described 446 lion ib. Preparations to repel Associate fynod's proceedings:
America, a summary of affairs it 427. The British squadron M: Thomas Mair appears be-
there last year 124. of the min damaged by a form off Louif- fore them 209. Culfargie's 6-
litary transactions for some years 'burg 540. The Tilbrry wreck- verture relative to him 210.
601. The British and French ed 600. Officers faved and loft Mr Mait's answer ib. The ar-
forces go into winter-quarters ib. A falt observed in Pensyl-

guiments on both sides 20 1. Mr
witbout any action 44. The vania ib. A treaty made with Mair deposed 2i2. Substance
provincial officers to rank with the Delaware Indians 601 of a'paper given in by him ib.
those of the regular troops 101. Anderson, Mr G. proceedings of The synod defended from the
Preparations for an early cam- Edinburgh presbytery rulaing charge of Neonomianism 213.
paign 101.250, Troops from to his complaint 108

*Their act concerning the ma-
Briļain arrive 157. More troops Angria, the pirate, account of son-oath 432. An examination
fent 492.55?. Forts built on his descent, and the gradual

of the act 583
Lake George 250

An imbar- advances of his family 21.-- 23. Auction, account of it 451
go laid on the Thipping 250. Geriah, his chiet fore, taken by Authrians defeated at Lowolitz 8.
The New-Yorkers resolve not Adm. Watson 24

The number employed in Bo-
to supply the French with pro.' Annuities, of the resolutions for hemia 205. Defeated at Reis
visions ih. Fate of a scouting- railing money by 515, 17, 23. chenberg 240. near Prague241.
party from Fert Edward 250, 1, Reflections on the new annuities Defeat the Prussians at Cholier-
The Cherokecs renew their trea- $64.

nitz, or Colin 363, Destroy
ry with the Carolinians 251. Antigallican privateer takes a 'Zittau 417. Declinc to figlit

the

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the Prussians 486. Attack Gen. to command the Prussian army flects ib. Causes of the sickness
Winterfeldt 487. Foter into against that of the Austrians in our feet ib. Minorca not in-
Silesia 533. Lay Berlin under 486. Attacked at Hennersdorf tended to be kept ' 27. Our
contrib:rinn 533, 91. "Take 486, 7. Retiresinto Silesia 513. moderation ought to be called
Schweidnitz 590, 1.

Attack Defeated at Breslau 644. Ta- ftupidity 63. Of our behaviour
the Prussians at Breslau 644. ken prisoner 6.44, 6. See Au-

toward the French ib. Our
Take that city 6 45. Deftated trians, Prusia

uncontested rights becomedoubt-
at Lilla 647. Surrender Bre. Blake, Adin, his birth and edu- fulib. How we began our late
Nau 6 19. See Erpress-Queen, cation 389. Joins the parlia- war with Spain ib. Of the be-
Netherlands, Prullia

ment-party, and defends Taun- haviour of the French toward
Avarice, caille of, described 477 ton against the royalists. 390. us 64. We ought to resolve on
Azores, drcadiul earthquake at but difapproves of Charles I.'s peace or war ib. The French
632

death ib.

Sent with a fleet in averse to a war with us 68. Their
Barents, Capt. plundered by Ergo pursuit of Pr. Rupert ib. His behaviour prudent 69. How
lith pirates 605

daring behaviour in Spain and we ought to proceed against
Bark useful in scrophulous disor- Portugal 390, 1. His various them in America 72. 73. Of

engagements with the Dutch the French being the aggressors
Baltia blocked up by the Eng. Acts 391... 395.

Ilis ex-

191. How to prevent them
lish fleet 488. 536

ploits at Tunis, Malagy, and from being joined by their al-
Battles, of Reichenberg 249. of Santa Cruz 459, 60. His death lies 172. Of their late patience
Prague 24I. 34, 5. of Cho and character 60, I

175 We are actually at war
Iternitz, or Colin 363. of Ilon- Biekency, L. a charge against with them 177. Our situation
nersdorf 486. of W'chlau 479 him relating to his defence of critical 183. We have no aj.
of Haftenbeck 419. of Ruf St Pilip's 299. Defended 464 lies 18. How we behaved as
bach 593, 4, 5.641. of Lre- Blindres periodical 530

to fone French Squadrons 232.
fau 644. of Lilla, oi Nenoarck Sæculonius, A. his speech on Whether we should e'tgage in'a
647, &c. See Austrians, Be- the feamens bill 169

war on the continent 282, 38.
vern,
Brown, Cumberland, Buhem'a entered by the Prussians 331.

We foull not bring
Daun, French, Lehwald, Piura 239. Prague besieged 244. 306. foreign troops into the kingdom
fia

The liige raised 363, 4.

In- ib. They can be of no service
Barrington, Ld, thanks the Scots vaded by M. Kvith 650. See to us ib. Of our public credit
for their activity in the new le- Auftrians, Prusia

283. 383. We threw the King
vies 258

Boscawin, Adm. f:ils 319. Re- of Prussia into the arms of
Bedford, D. arrives in Dublin turus 375 Sails again 548. France 284. Our treaties with
553. Extract of his speec! 10 Returns 662

Ruslia and Hesle-Caffel, how to
parliament ih. Illues a procla- Boston, Mr Tho. accepts a call be viewed ib. Whether these
mation probibiting the exporta- to Jedburgh 610. Demits his treaties are calculated for the
tion of grain ib. See Ireland charge of Oxnam ib. Substance dcfence of Hanover 285, 6.
Behn's account of Herculaneum of a paper he read 666. Ac- Our power compared with that
509

count of his fertlement at Jed- of the French 286. The de-
Bengal, the British settlements burgh 667. His ftipend there son of our late treaties 287.

there taken by the nabob 252. and at Oxnam 668. Sce Dou- Of their oifending the King of
253. Lists of the killed, Gr. at glas

Pruflia 288. 333. Of our cn-
Calcutta 254.

A further ac- Bounties to seamen, &c. conti- gaging in the grand alliance 200.
count of the disaster 314. The

We chule useless allies 329.
Britilh settlements retaken 373. Bradley, Dr, his opinion of the 330. We are strangely infatua-
Chandernagore taken from the new comet 551

ted with the love of alliances
French 454. The nabob de Brady's case of a Ncery woman 330. Whether forcign alliances
Ariicles of the Brandy imported 375

are sometimes necesary 334.
treaty with him 544. See Brullau, account of the battle of Welhould protect Hanover335.
Clive, Waison

644. Taken by the Austrians Whether our late treaties arc
Bennet, Sam. reprieved for de- 645. Retaken 649

inconsistent with our constitution
fertion 431

Briffon, a French prisoner escapes, 337. How our kings formerly
Bentheim, C. restored 419 and is fent back 606

behaved as to foreign alliances
Berlin, an anecdote Mewing the Britany, of the descent upon it 386, 7.-The British minister
Little delicacy used by that court
in 1746 397

at Vienna recalled 371. The
to the British 526. That city British, an answer to the defence vice conful ordered to depart
- insulted by the Austrians 591 of the ministry 25. Of our de- from Oltend ib. The secret ex-
Bevern, Pr. of, deftroys the Au- manding the release of our pri- pedition. See Expedition. Our

Atrian dens on the frontiers of soners as a matier of right 25. national debt 445. See France
Lofatia 155. - Defeats the Au. Of the grant to the Quaker ib. Broderick, Adm. fails 158. Re-
Itrians at Reichenberg 240. Pur- of our conduct in the war, and turns 256. Sails with Adm.
Lues them after the battle of of our capture of the French Hawke 489.

His letter to
Prague 306, 9. Defcated by merchantmen 26. Of our ex- Hawke 626
bacm at Cholernitz 363, Lett peditions to intercept the French Brown, M. defeated at Lowositz

nued 157

feated 543

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91.

8. Endeavours in vain to re- Cameron of Lochiel apprehended one 260. 492. See Maclean
ficve the Saxon army 9. De- 256

Citizen's reflections on the secret
feated at Prague 241. Dies of Camps break up 550

expedition 508
his wounds 366. Account of Captures by the British 52. 109. Clerk, Dr J. dies 278. A dif
him 383
164. 218, 74, 6. 324, 79. 435.

course in honour of his memo-
Brown, Prof. his case 266
493. 555.612, 68

ry pronounced 322
Bruni, Dr, his account of them by the French 53. 109, 64. Clerk, Col. his letter describing
preservation of persons buried 275, 7. 325. 381.437,93.556.

Rochefort 622. Examined with
in snow 409
613, 68

respect to the secret expedition
Buckingham, D. of, his charac- Carlsbad waters diffolvent of the
ter of K. Charles II. 337

Tone in the bladder 411 Clive, Col. retakes the British
Buffon's table he probabilities Carlyle, Mr, present at the act- settlements in Bengal 373. De-
of the duration of man's life ing of the tragedy of Douglas

feats the nabob 543
568

47

Informed against by the Coals, abstract of the act for
Burton, Capt. and his ship lost presbytery of Edinbargh ib. laying an additional duty on
322

Wrote 10, to attend his presby- those exported 303. Thoughts
Byng, Admn. the members of the tery ib. Attends, and neither on those duties 564
court-martial for his trial 45. confeflos nor denies 158. Pro- Coates, Com. fails for the West
Thcorder for the trial 83. In- tests that the presbytery of E-

Indies 158
fructions to the Admiral when dinburgh should be his libellers Coiners, a gang of, examined 550
fent to the Mediterranean 84, 5. ib. That presbytery's answer Coins, ancient, found 258.606.
Result of a council of war heldi. He protests againi his pref-

Certain scarce oncs fold 662
at Gibraltar, and other papers bytery giving him a libel 159. Colden on the throat-distemper
produced 86, 7, 8. Substance A petition by his elders in his 632
of the depositions of Adm. favour ib. Other petitions 216. Comets, Halley and Newton'on
Weft &9. of Lord Blakeney 90. Substance of the libel against the revolutions and effects of
of R. Boyd, Capt. Everitt, Lient. him ib. His acknouledgment 469. Accounts of one 489. Dr
Higgs, Lieut. Wood, and Capt. 160. The libel found relevant Bradley's opinion of it 551
Gilchrift of Capts Hervey, 2:6. Substance of the proof 217. Commission of assembly deposc
Amherst, Lloyd, and Ibillips, The case referred to the funed Mr Grier of Durrisdeer 273.
and Lieut. Foulkes 92. of Capts ib. The fynod's judgment ib. Proceedings on an overture a-
Baillie, Marlow, Curry, Baird, The presbytery appeals to the bout ministers mianses being sub-
and Young, and Lieut. Bishop assembly 219. The synod's jected to the window-tax 609.
93. A summary of the evi- fentence affirmed by the allem. Appoint a fast olo. Appoint
dence;. viz. thai uhich relates bly 263, 4

Mi Douglas to be settled at Jed-
to general facts 127. that a- Caroline, Pr. dies 670. Ceremo- burgh ib. See Douglas
gainst the Admiral 123. ard nial of her funeral 663. Her Continental engagements defend-
that for him ib. Bis defence will is.
130. The refolutions of the Carters licensed in Edinburgh Convulsion-fits cured by ekari-
court-martial 135. 'The Ad- 555

fication 580
miral's sentence 44. A recom- Catarrhous cough, a cure for it Corn, proceedings in parliament
mendation to mercy by the 635

relating to the high prices of
court-martial 45. The 12th Catliness fyned, of discontinu- 566. Çuantity of it imported
article of war 46. Letters con- ing Friday fellow ship-meetings 429. Prices of, at several places
cerning Byng by M. Richlieu in 263

55. 1!2, 68. 225, 79. 327, 84.
and M. Voltaire ib. Memorial Chalmers, Mr G. bis vindication

439.559.615, 71. See Grain
by the Lords of the Admiralty, of himself 430

Cornwallis, Col. his defence 197
to the King 103. Two peti- Chandernagore, fort, taken 545. Corsica, affairs therelast year 116.
tions of Lord Torrington to Articles of the capitulation 546. M. Maira, head of the Gepoese
iheir Lordships 103, 4.

Re- Reflections by the French upon Corsicans killed 246. Paoli
port of the judges 105. Older the taking of it ib.

Ntands bis ground ib. The fca-
for the execution ib. Meffage Chapman's artificial yest 703 ports blocked up by a British
concerning the cath of fecrecy Charles II. K. a character of him fquadron 488. Paoli faid to
ib. Bill for dispcuting with it by the Duke of Buckingham give a brisk apfwer to the French
106. Examinations of the 337. A pensioner to France commander ib. The British
court martial 106,7. Account 289

squadron leave the island 536.
of the Admiral's corfinement, C-d, E. of, his humorous The natives quit the siege of
behaviour, and diath 166. The petition to the King 468 San Pelegrino 536, 7. The
parer he delivered to the Mar. Child-murder alledged to be ow- malecoutenis in motion 660
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