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Vittoria Collona, account
Voltaire's Henriade, re. Weilly, Dr, anecdotes of
poet, account of 184
ALFRED, by George Dyer London, a poem 447,536; Sibbald, Sir R. roundel on
by Dr Pitcairo 127
tues of, 205
Song, Cannie wi' your
- my love is but a las-
sie yet 776
Ode to the Morning hour, - banks o’ Doune 776
on a visit to the vil.
for the New Year, lage of Largs 934
Tam's farewell 288
Latin by Lord Mel. Sonnet to Night 935
to Hope ib.
translation by Dr
Verses to a Young Lady,
on her birth day 288
for his Majesty's to a favourite cat, by
G. Dyer 368
to Mary 776
Pennecuick, Dr, a fable to the Nightingale,
by G. Dyer 934
young Lady who wrote
an Elegy on the death of
his son, 935
Winter, a dirge 856.
birth day 447
PROCEEDINGS OF PARLIAMENT.
ADMIRAL, Judge, in Scot. Bell-rock, lighthouse, bill Collingwood, Lord, a pen.
sion voted to him 137
Best, Mr, moves forabillto Commissaries of Edin. ad.
of ex-parte evidence taken Commons, House of,
466.-Withdrawn 469 Cornwallis, Marq. a mo-
posed on 545.
Relin. Defence act, debate on a
bill for repealing it 468,
ceive 25,000l. to indem- ceives the thanks of the
the Commons 295. A
the thanks of the House East-India Budget 631.-
Ellenborough, Lord, mo. the evidence to be given On taxing funds vested
an additional article of Prussia, message from the
respecting itib. Address
Of the Com-
on his case 193.---Mi ves gulating 546. Salaries to
a resolution on the re the Commissioners 549.
whole House do attend troduced 628
carried ib.- Tharks vot. 630, objected to by Col.
St Vincent, Lord, Mr Jef.
697:--Chancery suit for frey's charges against him
proposed by Mr Wind-
mutiny bill 550, 626
ed 46 5. Importation bill
tling their rank 630 for its abolition moved
new training bill, by Mr Fox, and carried
objected to by Ld. Mel. 627,628, Agreed to by
the Lords 705
gulating 628. Prohibit.
tion relative to the state
voted to biin 137
Supply, Committee of
Brings forward charges seamen in the battle of
against Marq. Wellesley Trafalgar 472 :
Treaties with Austria and
Peers of Scotland, peti. Russia presented to the
House of Lords 13?.-
Trotter, Alex. committed
Reprimanded and dis.
success 6 29
-Motion for Windham, Mr, introduces
ling the army 369. De.
to Paris 224.
ACCIDENTS, fatal, 800 nado at Charlestown, and brun, near Vienna 1450
Sets out on his return to
France 221. His son-in-
Artillery, experiment for law Eugene married to
quick travelling 959 a Princess of Bavaria ib.
Austria, Emperor of, his Seizes the British goods
The honours of a public
,Col. his house an extraordinary speech
ed by him 300, 382. Ex-
Totally defeats the Prus-
Instal. singular letter to the K.
at Potzdam 873.-At
946. Visits the Prussian
tion to his army 948.
on the continent to be
Bremen occupied by the Cornwallis, Marq. gets a Edgar of Leith, Capt. Ir-
present of 40,000l. from ving, taken after a des-
Resolutions of the inha. French privateer 957:
kindness from his coun-
Returns England 311,
Meets ral grime 880.
down 876. Dover man
Denmark, spirited answer of war burnt 879.
Desired by the French Fox, Mr, re-elected for
rand 310.--Is taken dan.
Don, Gen. lands at Bre, France, rigorous ordinance
of new principalities 382.
peror 476. Louis Bona-
occasion ib. Singular
Duels,fatal ones 800.-960. speech of Napoleon 478.
tution for Holland 479.
ib.--. Capts. B. & Beeves The Dutch deputies set
seinbly of the Jews 942.
Frankfort, Occupied by -Another escapes into to the Senate Bonaparte's
privateer taken in India 9'54. The French Ge-
958. A French boat neral's second proclama.
tion relative to English
Hanover, declaration of
the Elector 59. Entered
arrangements in 298. Prussian Proclamation
300, 950. Confedera. 223. British declaration
301. Prussian declaration
the French 946
the French 949.
Warlike move- ib. The French Gover.
ments throughout the nor's proclamation to the
murder frequent ib. Bri-
(228. Great inundation ib.
ed ib. Dreadful hurri,
into the Hague 554. His
The Dutch dis-
British pleased with the change
ade by the British Go. 793. Elected Member
Occu- for Westminster 959.
The India, peace concluded
my 940. Proposal for a
The pointment of a Gov.Gen.