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Reprimanded and dis.
- Motion for Windham, Mr, introduces
thanking them rejected his bill for new-model.
ling the army 369. De-
brought against him by
Mr Paull, 466, 546, 629
to Paris 224.
ACCIDENTS, fatal, 800 nado at Charlestown, and brun, near Vienna 145.
Sets out on his return to
France 221. His son-in-
Artillery, experiment for law Eugene married to
Austria, Emperor of, his Seizes the British goods
The honours of a public
entry declined by him ib.
Vienna 2 22.
Proclama. on the occasion ib.
ed by him 300, 382. Ex-
Totally defeats the Prus.
in Dublin 313. 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.
French privateer 957:-
speech of Mr Money on with great attention and
kindness from his coun-
Returns England 311.
Meets ral Grime 880.
Order of with foul weather, and Fires, a large distillery in
down 876. Dover man
Denmark, spirited answer of war burnt 879.
Prussian demand 387.-- Spaniards 956.
Desired by the French Fox, Mr, re-elected for
periment with 880 rand 310.--Is taken dan.
count of his funeral 799.
Don, Gen. lands at Bre. France, rigorous ordinance
to the Hanoverians ib. Legislative Assembly o-
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 Durch deputies set
sembly of the Jews 942.
Frankfort, occupied by -----Another escapes into to the Senate Bonaparte's ·
958. A French boat neral's second proclama-
tion relative to English
Hanover, declaration of
arrangements in 298.- Prussian Proclamation
Confedera. 223. British declaration
the crew massacred 231, cis renounces the title of Electorate possessed by
Hesse-Cassel occupied by
Warlike move- ib. The French Gover.
ments throughout the nor's proclamation to the
558.--Gen. Fox's procla. The people in great dis.
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
Occu. for Westminster 959.
for the Baltic 959
The India, peace concluded
my 940. Proposal for a
The pointment ofa Gov. Gen.
viour of 794
Ireland, the Duke of Bed. 798.-Some account of Gæta surrenders ib. The
French totally defeated
State Malta, dreadful accident at Maida by the British
troops under Sir John
Mars of Dundee wrecked Stuart 718. His procla-
mation to the Calabrians
Nelson, Lord, account of
lars of his death 151
Ministry, new, list of 312 ceded to France 299.-
America 389.--Further in England with three
Thomas Paine's account Oporto flcet taken by a
schooners taken 558.-- Orange, Prince of, taken
871. His states seized
Palm, M. a German book-
wounded, and taken pri. executed for publishing
Is proposed his eloquent eulogium on Peace, message to Mr Fox
ib. Treaty signed be-
French army 225, J. Bo- Russian minister d'Ou-
naparte proclaimed King bril ib. The British ne-
Naples, which surrenders litical reflections on the
claration on the rupture
British frigate to Paler. of the negociation 865
tish army in the Bay of funeral 232. His will 234
The Calabrians resist the signed there between
chies of Cleves and Berg
to France 298. Likewise Rushworth, Capt. his gal. Shipwreck,melancholy.ea.
several privateers 956 Smith, Mrs Spencer, ar-
Substance of this treaty dered to be raised 876
lish merchants at laying 310
off Torre de Vieja 560.
Makes Russian fleet arrives at ---Five taken in Finis.
terre bay by the Mi-
the Adamant 638. The
ral small vessels taken
on a charge of murder
with Prussia 871. The the coast of Holland 310
contingent army 950 ful storm, which disper-
Stuart, Sir Jolin, appoint.
in Sicily 559-His pro-
The 'ty at Lloyd's 798
at Stralsund 58. — His
propose to give up the French 59. Declaration
ture with Prussia 386.-
by a French squadron ster 960. The Duke of army ih. Blocks up the
Queensberry gives him Prussian ports 637.