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Vittoria Collona, account
of her life and writings,
by Mr Roscoe 919
Volcanoes in the Andes,
account of 511

Voltaire's Henriade, re. Weilly, Dr, anecdotes of
marks, on 590

502
Walls of Edinburgh, re. Wight, Wm, the Ednam
monstrance of 107

poet, account of 184

POETRY.

puet 208

year 796

ALFRED, by George Dyer London, a poem 447,536; Sibbald, Sir R. roundel on
83
935

by Dr Pitcairo 127
a Ballad, by the Ednam the Maid of Islay 288 Snuff, dialogue on the vir:
Mary's Lament 55

tues of, 205
Couper's works, verses on Melville, Lord, song on a Soldier's farewell 696
reading them 797
his acquittal 693

Song, Cannie wi' your
Dirge of the departed Nelson, Lord, verses on blinkin', Bessie 775
his death, by Dr Cowper

- my love is but a las-
Dowie, John, verses on 615, 692

sie yet 776
his ale 243

Ode to the Morning hour, - banks o’ Doune 776
Elegy 56
by G. Dyer 128

on a visit to the vil.
Emma, a tale 368

for the New Year, lage of Largs 934
Essay on the economy of by the Laureat 287

Tam's farewell 288
life 695

Latin by Lord Mel. Sonnet to Night 935
Ettrick Shepherd, answer
combe 367

to Hope ib.
to, by T. M. C. 208

translation by Dr

Verses to a Young Lady,
Glover, Dr, verses on his Johnson ib.

on her birth day 288
death 448,856

for his Majesty's to a favourite cat, by
Hayley, Mr, verses by,

G. Dyer 368
to Mr W.
535
Ophelia, verses by 55

to Mary 776
answer to ib.

Pennecuick, Dr, a fable to the Nightingale,
the Hills o' Gallowa' 288
by 250

by G. Dyer 934
Jock and Samuel, a Scots Pitcairn, Dr, roundel on by a Gentleman to a
pastoral 53
Sir R. Sibbald 127

young Lady who wrote
á Latin poem 695
the Sailor, by G. Dyer 934

an Elegy on the death of
Little's poems, extract the Sea-gull, by the Ed.

his son, 935
nam poet 208

Winter, a dirge 856.

birth day 447

from 204

PROCEEDINGS OF PARLIAMENT.

ADMIRAL, Judge, in Scot. Bell-rock, lighthouse, bill Collingwood, Lord, a pen.
land, additional salary to, for erecting 629

sion voted to him 137
469

Best, Mr, moves forabillto Commissaries of Edin. ad.
American intercourse bill prohibit the publication ditional salary to 469
passed 630

of ex-parte evidence taken Commons, House of,
Appeal, Scotch, Moody before the trial of offences thanks to the fleet 139
v. Coutts, 289

466.-Withdrawn 469 Cornwallis, Marq. a mo-
Army estimates voted Brewers, private, tax pro- nument voted to him 137
137, 294, 472. Additio:

posed on 545.

Relin. Defence act, debate on a
nal pay voted 704 quished 626

bill for repealing it 468,
Assessed taxes, additional Budget for 1806 296 469, 471
10. per cent. voted 626, Chalmers and Cowie re- Duckworth, Adm. re.
exemptions 627

ceive 25,000l. to indem- ceives the thanks of the
Auditor of Exchequer, dify a loss on Swedish House of Lords 290 Of
motion for putting the herrings 628

the Commons 295. A
office into commission Cochrane, Adm. receives pension voted to him 291
140

the thanks of the House East-India Budget 631.-
Barracks, bill for prevent. of Lords 290.-Of the A million granted to the
ing abuses in 704
Commons 295

Company 705

Ellen.

neral 709

re-

newed 295

Ellenborough, Lord, mo. the evidence to be given On taxing funds vested
tion relative to his sit. in his case 209, 289.- in the name of foreigners
ting in the Cabinet 209, Mr Whitbread presents 547
291

an additional article of Prussia, message from the
Erskine, Hon. Hen, takes impeachment against him King relative to her con-
his seat, 465. His speech 289. His Lordship gives duct 375. Official papers
on the deience act 470. in his answer to it 290.

respecting itib. Address
On the mutiny bill 626 Address to his Majesty of the Lords on the sub-
Excise, receiver-General to order Westminsterhall

ject 377

Of the Com-
of, bill for the better re- to be fitted up for his

mons 378
gulation of his office 469 trial 291. Mr Whitbread Public accounts, in the
Forfeited estates in Scot. brings up a new report West Indies, bill for re-
land, report on their

on his case 193.---Mi ves gulating 546. Salaries to
funds 659 705

a resolution on the re the Commissioners 549.
Fox, Judge, his case post- port ib.--Moves that the A new general bill in-
poned 708

whole House do attend troduced 628
Houston and Co. motion the trial 295.--Ubjected the Royal Family, addi-
for vesting their estates to by Mr Dudas, but tional provision for 629.
in trustees 631

carried ib.- Tharks vot. 630, objected to by Col.
India, motion relative to ed to the managers of Wood ib. State of their
the American trade with the impeachment 472.-

salaries 706
295. Lord Melville's The cria 449, 537, 617,

St Vincent, Lord, Mr Jef.
motion on the appoint-

697:--Chancery suit for frey's charges against him
ment of a Governor Ge. publishing it 706

471
Military system, new one Scotch Appeals, 289, 291,
Irish budget 470

proposed by Mr Wind-

710
stamp - duty bill, ham 369. Debate on the Bankrupt act
clause for relief of the

mutiny bill 550, 626
printers of newspapers report of the Com. Slave restriction bill, pass-
549
missioners 630

ed 46 5. Importation bill
Iron, duty on, opposed -officers, bill forset. passed 469. Resolution
strongly in the Com-

tling their rank 630 for its abolition moved
mons 380, 471.-Relin-

new training bill, by Mr Fox, and carried
quished 545

objected to by Ld. Mel. 627,628, Agreed to by
Justice in Scotland, Lord

the Lords 705
Grenville's motion re- Navy estimates voted 136, Stage.coaches, bill for re-
specting its administra-
Additional pay to sea-

gulating 628. Prohibit.
tion 707. Resolutions of men voted 467.-To ed from carrying letters
the House of Lords 497 Greenwich Hospital 628. ib.
King's speech 129. Ad. His Majesty's message Stanhope, Lord, his mo-
dress agreed to in both on the subject 708

tion relative to the state
Houses without a divi. Nelson, Lady, a pension of grain in the country
sion 130, 132. His Ma.
voted to her 137

465
jesty's answer to the Ad. Nelson, Earl, his Majes. Strachan, Sir R. a pensioli
dress ib. Message rela- ty's gift to him 465.-

voted to biin 137
tive to the conduct of Bill for settling it 704

Supply, Committee of
Prussia 375. Speech of Paull, Mr, moves for In- sums voted in 293.--
the Lord Chancellor on dia papers 136, 466.- 300,000l. voted for the
proroguing the Parlia-

Brings forward charges seamen in the battle of
ment 709

against Marq. Wellesley Trafalgar 472 :
Lords, House of,' thanks

Treaties with Austria and
to the fleet 132

Peers of Scotland, peti. Russia presented to the
Lottery office keepers,ad- tion on a vacancy in 707

House of Lords 13?.-
ditional duty on 630 Pitt, Mr, motion for a To the Commons 136
Melville, Lord, pleads not monument to him 133.- Treating bill brought in
guilty to the charges His debrs voted to be by Mr Tierney 295
brought by the Com.
paid 138

Trotter, Alex. committed
mons 130, 133. Opi. Property tax bill, debates to the custody of the
nion of the Judges on on 468, 470, 472, 547, serjeant at arms 294-7

ville 709

ib.-546

Re.

of 470.

Reprimanded and dis.
charged ib.
Vaccine inoculation, mo-
tion for inquiring into its

success 6 29
Volunteer corps, expence

-Motion for Windham, Mr, introduces
thanking them rejected his bill for new-model.
632

ling the army 369. De.
Wellesley, Marq. charges bate on the mutiny bill
brought against him by
Mr Paull, 466, 546, 629

550, 626

HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

877

to Paris 224.

ACCIDENTS, fatal, 800 nado at Charlestown, and brun, near Vienna 1450
Achmuty, Sir Sam, sails
great damage done to the

Sets out on his return to
with a reinforcement for shipping ib.

France 221. His son-in-
Buenos Ayres 797

Artillery, experiment for law Eugene married to
Æneas transport wrecked

quick travelling 959 a Princess of Bavaria ib.

Austria, Emperor of, his Seizes the British goods
Algiers, the Dey of, in- army defeated in Italy in Bavaria 223. Returns
sults the British consul, by the French 57. Re-

Letter
who quits the place 305 treats to Hungary ib. to the Senate announcing
America, meeting of Con- Totally defeated at Aus. new federative projects
gress 219. Message of terlitz 141. Makes an ib.--A statue decreed to
the President on the si. armistice with the French him by the Senate ib.
tuation of the States ib. 143. And concludes a

The honours of a public
Difference with Spain ib. treaty of peace at Pres- entry declined by him ib.
Extraordinary bill for burg 146. Returns to -His singular answer
the protection of Ame. Vienna 222. Proclama. on the occasion ib.-
rican seamen 220.. Bill tion to the inhabitants ib. Holds an extraordinary
for abolishing the slave Baden, Prince of, marries levee ib.-Opens the Le.
trade rejected ib. Non- a niece of Bonaparte 384 gislative Assembly with
importation act passed Bannerman,

,Col. his house an extraordinary speech
388. State of the Ame. robbed of articles to a 297. New Kings creat-
rican trade ib. An Aine. great amount 960

ed by him 300, 382. Ex-
rican captain stabs ano. Bavaria, Elector of, as- torts a large sum from
ther 389. Violent com. sumes the title of King the American Congress
motion excited by the His daughter mar- 785. Leaves Paris to join
conduct of the captains ried to Eugene Beau- his army in Germany 788.
of the British squadron,
harnois ib.

Totally defeats the Prus-
who kill an American Bedford, Duke of, arrives sians at Tena 869. His
seaman 473.

in Dublin

313•

Instal. singular letter to the K.
den's memorial to Go. led as Lord Lieut, of Ire. of Prussia 872. Arrives
vernment on the subject land ib.

at Potzdam 873.-At
of Miranda's expedition the Belle India packet ta. Berlin 874. Curious ex.
558. Messrs Ogden and ken by a French squa- tracts from his bulletins
Smith tried for their con-

946. Visits the Prussian
cern in the same, and ac- the Beliona French priva. Princes 947. Singular
quitted 785. Correspon- teer taken in India 958 interview with Princess
dence between the Spa- Bertram, Major, drown. Hatzfield ib. Proclama.
nish ambassador and Col.

tion to his army 948.
Smith on the same sub. Berwick - upon - Tweed, Extraordinary decree 2-
ject ib. Bonaparte ex- improvements proposed gainst England, declar-
forts 2,000,000 of dollars upon the town 799 ing the British islands in
from Congress, which ex-, the Blanche frigate cap- a state of blockade, and
cites another ferment a. tures la Guerriere French all English subjects found
mong the people ib. Cu-
frigate 637

on the continent to be
rious history of this tran. Bonaparte defeatsthe Rus. prisoners of war, 953.
saction 786. Printing.of- sians & Austrians at Aus. Boulogne, attack upon,
fice at New York burnt terlitz 141. Returns to with new invented rock-
down ib. Violent tor- the palace of Schoen-

ets 958

Bre-

221.

Mr Og-

dron 229

ed 878

1

French 953

re-

Bremen occupied by the Cornwallis, Marq. gets a Edgar of Leith, Capt. Ir-
French 953

present of 40,000l. from ving, taken after a des-
the Britannia burnt at the East India Co. 232. perate engagement, by a
Corke 231.

Resolutions of the inha. French privateer 957:
British prisoners at Ver. bitants of Bombay for a Retaken and carried to
dun apply to the Queen monument to the late Barbadoes ib.-A Scots
of Wirtemberg for relief Marquis 937. Eloquent passengerwounded, meets
225.—Liberated in Hol. speech of Mr Money on with great attention and
land 228
the occasion ib.

kindness from his coun-
Brunswick, Duke of, mor- Craig, Gen. Sir Jas, lands

trymen ib.
tally wounded at the bat. with the British army at Elgin, Earl of, returns to
tle of Jena 871.--Is car-

Naples 227.

Returns England 311,
sied to Altona ib. His to Sicily ib. Returns to Erskine, Lord, takes his
States seized by the England in bad health seat in the Court of
French 876
559

Chancery 231.
Buenos Ayres taken by Crawfurd, Col. sails with Execution of five men at
the British army 77.8.- an expedition to South Lancaster for an unnatu-
Description of the settle-

America 877.

Meets ral grime 880.
ment 783. Order of with foul weather, and Fires, a large distillery in
Council for the regula. steers for Ireland 959 London burnt 8oo. Ud.
tion of trade to it 784. Cuxhaven occupied by the derwalla in Sweden burnt
Accounts of its exports

down 876. Dover man
and imports ib.

Denmark, spirited answer of war burnt 879.
Burrowes, Capt. of the of the Prince Royal to a Foote, Lieut, taken bythe
Constance, killed at St Prussian demand 387. Spaniards 956.
Maloes 795

Desired by the French Fox, Mr, re-elected for
Byng, Mr, elected Mem. to withdraw the Danish

Westininster 231.
ber for Middlesex 959. troops from Holstein 951 ceives a letter from the
Calder, Adm. Sir Robert, Diving-bell, successfulex- French Minister Talley.
his trial 61
periment witb 830

rand 310.--Is taken dan.
Camilla of Dundee lost 879 Dominica, attempt upon, gerously ill 639.-Ac.
Cathcart, Lord, arrives at by a French force 559– count of his funeral
Bremen 61. Returns to the island almost destroy. Fox, Gen. sails for Sicily
England with the Bri. ed by a hurricane 940 559.
tish army 229

Don, Gen. lands at Bre, France, rigorous ordinance
Cattaro, seized by the men with a British force against offensive weapons
Russians 384. Attacked 58.--His proclamation published at Paris 224.
by the French 636 to the Hanoverians ib. Legislative Assembly o-
China Heet arrives safe 797 Douglas, Marquis, sets pened by the Emperor
Cholmondely, Miss, killed out forSt Petersburgh959 297. Imperial decrees
by the upsetting of a car. Dover man of war burnt announcing the election
879

of new principalities 382.
Cleves, the duchy of, ce- Duckworth, Adm. de- The Prince of Baden
ded to France 298. Gen. feats a French squadron married to Stephanie Na-
Murat made Grand Duke off StDomingo, and takes poleon 384. The Tur-
ib. His proclamation 299 three ships, and destroys kish ambassador intro-
Cochran, Adm. his gallant two 305. Rewarded by duced in form to the Em.
conduct in the battle off the Patriotic Society at

peror 476. Louis Bona-
St Domingo 307. Re. Lloyd's 308. Arrives in parte declared King of
warded by the Patriotic England 391. Sails with Holland 477. The Dutch
Society at Lloyd's 308. another expedition to the deputies speech on the
Pursues the French fleet Mediterranean 639

occasion ib. Singular
off St Kitt's 795

Duels,fatal ones 800.-960. speech of Napoleon 478.
M, Lord, his gallant Messrs. Jeffrey & Moore Plan of the New Consti-
action in the river Ga. ib.-Armstrong & Long

tution for Holland 479.
ronne 391

ib.--. Capts. B. & Beeves The Dutch deputies set
Constance, sloop of war, ib.—Lielts. Oitley and out for Holland 480. As-
taken off St Maloes 795 Connel ib.

seinbly of the Jews 942.

Frank.

799.

riage 800

222.

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716.

Frankfort, Occupied by -Another escapes into to the Senate Bonaparte's
French troops, and a hea- Brest ib. The Bellona decree against England
vy contribution devied

privateer taken in India 9'54. The French Ge-

958. A French boat neral's second proclama.
French fleet escapes from takes an English collier

tion relative to English
Rochefort, and takes ma- who hove to to save her. property 955
ny prizes 228. Two fri.
in a storm ib.

Hanover, declaration of
gates wrecked near the Gæta, see Naples

the Elector 59. Entered
Cape 219. La Libre tri. Germany, new political by a Prussian army 60.
gate taken by two Bij-

arrangements in 298. Prussian Proclamation
tish frigates ib. The

300, 950. Confedera. 223. British declaration
Prince Murat privateer tion of the Rhine 711..

301. Prussian declaration
taken ib. The British Articles of the treaty for shutting the northern
ship Esther taken, and 7.13. The Emperor Fran- potts 302. The whole
the crew massacred 231. cis renounces the title of Electorate possessed by
Frencă fieet totally de- Emperor of Germany

the French 946
feated and taken off St 715. Prussia to form a Hesse-Cassel occupied by
Domingo 305. Several Counter-confederation in

the French 949.

The
squadrons escape from the north of Germany Hessian troops disarmed
France 309. Capture a

Warlike move- ib. The French Gover.
transport with Gens. Bal.

ments throughout the nor's proclamation to the
four and Montresor on States ib,

inhabitants ib.
board ib. The Alcide fije Gibraltar, disorderly be. Holland, preparations for
gate, Furet & Nearque haviour of the Garrison invading Britain 227.—
corvettes taken ib.-- 558.--Gen. Fox's procla. The people in great dis.
Adm. Linois' squadron. mation on the occasion tress ib. Robbery and
taken 3,86. Another fri.
559.

murder frequent ib. Bri-
gate taken at the Cape Glasgow Leith packet lost tish goods prohibited
390. A great number 878.

(228. Great inundation ib.
of small ships captured Goud Hope, capture of, British prisoners liberat-
392. A large flotilla de.
by the British 214, 304.

ed ib. Dreadful hurri,
feated off Naples, and a Greenland fishing, inter- cane on the Dutch coast
corvette captured by the rupted by some French

310.

Louis Bonaparte
Sirius frigate 560. The frigates 637.-The Sims declared King of Hol-
Guerriere and Rhin fri. of Leith taken ib. The land 477. (See France.)
gares taken 637. Des. French frigate la Guer- Makes his grand entrance
perate attack of some "riere taken ib.

into the Hague 554. His
English boats on the Hamburgh, the port shut speech to the Assembly
shipping in the Garonne by order of the King of

555.

The Dutch dis-
637. Observateur cor-

British pleased with the change
verte taken 698. А ships escape ib. The *556
squadron of four frigates French demand a large Hood, Sir Samuel, takes
taken by Sir Sam. Hood loan ib. The port de. four French frigates, but
793. The President fri- clared in a state of block- loses his arm in the fight,
gate taken by Adm. Lou.

ade by the British Go. 793. Elected Member
is 794. Proceedings of vernment 302.

Occu- for Westminster 959.
the fleet under Admiral pied by the French army, Hutchinson, Lord, sails
Guillamet and Jerome and all British goods for the Baltic 959
Bonaparte 795. Destroy

confiscated 951.

The India, peace concluded
some ships in the West Senate remonstrate with. there 337. Thanks of
Indies ib -Takes some 'out effect ib. General the Gov. Gen. to the ar.
Quebec ships ib.--. Je. Mortier's Proclamation

my 940. Proposal for a
rome arrives safe in on the subject 952.-- monument to Marquis
France ib. Guillamet's "The British subjects Cornwallis 937
division driven to Ame. there declared prisoners. India Company, differ-
rica by a storm 796. of war ib. The English ence respecting the ap-
One of his fleet burnt by ships escape 953.

The pointment of a Gov.Gen.
a British squadron 879.
French Minister presents 640

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Prussia 303.

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