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PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN,
THE SECOND VOLUME.
YEAR OF GEORGE III. 35 & 36.
PARLIAMENT 5 & 6.
King's Speech in Parliament. — Debates respecting suspension of the
Habeas Corpus Act. – Measures for augmenting the Navy. — Impe-
rial Loan. Financial Statements. - Motions for Negotiation de-
feated. Slave Trade Abolition postponed. Acquittal of Mr.
Hastings. Debate on an extra allowance to the Army without par-
ticipation of Parliament. — Marriage of the Prince of Wales to the
Princess Caroline of Brunswick. -- Arrangement respecting his debts.
Discontents among the Roman Catholics of Ireland.
Earl Fitzwilliam from the Vice-royalty, and its effects in both
countries. — Invasion of the United Provinces by the French, and
disastrous retreat of the British Army. — Retreat of the Stadtholder to
England, and entire change of the Dutch Government under the in-
fluence of France. Peace between the King of Prussia and the
French Republic. — Treaty between Spain and France. - Affairs of
the Chouans and Vendeans, and Defeat of the Emigrants landed in
Britany by an English Fleet. Campaign on the Lower Rhine be-
tween the French and Austrians. Party Tumults and. Insurrections
in Paris. Death of the Dauphin, and deliverance of his Sister.
New French Constitution. - Insurrection of the Sections of Paris,
quelled by the Army under the conduct of Napoleon Buonaparte.
The Convention resigns its Authority, and is succeeded by the new
Legislature and the Directory. Treaties between France and several
other Powers. Aus ian Netherlands incorporated with France.
Occurrences in the West Indies. - Naval Affairs.
Admiral Hotham and Lord Bridport. — Reduction of the Cape of
Good Hope. Domestic Transactions. Unpopularity of the war.
Popular Meetings. - Insult offered to the King. -- Parliament