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nations of the earth could continue to be united in the bonds of peace; but such a happy fituation of things is rather to be desired than expected. There is a ferment in the minds of men which seems to prognosticate fresh disturbances, and which perhaps may end in great revolutions. It is not our business to prophesy; but we cannot avoid expressing our apprehensions, that the commotions in Holland will not blow over so lightly as some politicians are ready to imagine.
On the whole, we present the Seventh Volume of the New Annual Register to our readers, with the agreeable hope, that they will derive from it both instruction and entertainment. Such a hope hath always animated our endeavours, and it will continue to invigorate our future exertions.
'HE History of Knowledge, Learning, and Taste in Great Britain, during the Reign of Henry the Seventh. From the 2 car 1485, to the
C H A P. II. Insurreàions in the South of Ireland. Different Causs to which they were ascribed. Piolences committed agains the Clergy of both Religions, 4 I C. H. A. P. III. Dissentions of the United Provinces. Institution of the Volunteers. Rise of a democratical Party. Condu&# of the Citizens of Utrecht. Stadtbolder retires from the Hague. Treaties with the Emperor and France, 46
C H A P. IV.
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C H A P. VI.
Relief. - I 2 f C H A P. VII. 9 Impeachment of Mr. Haftings. Motion for Papers. Maratta Paper refused. Debate on the Dehli Papers. Produćtion of the Charges. Mr. Haftings heard at the Bar of the House of Commons. Witnesses examined. Prorogation. - - 144
The Prince of Orange's Letter to the States of the Province of Holland, sout - Sept. 26, 1786, in answer to their Notification of his Soffension from the Qffice of Captain General, - - (103) The King of Proffa's Letter to the States General of the United 'Province, o delivered on the 18th of September, 1786, by the Count de Goertz, his Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary, --- (, os) .Amount of the whole Civil and Military Eftablishment of the East India Company, presented to Parliament, in February 1786, - (106) ...An Account of the Annual Sums charged ofton, and payable out of the Aggregate Fund, exclusive of the Sums£, out of that Fund for Annuitants, and the Charges of Management, laid before the House of Commons, March 5, 17-6, - (1 o'7) Ajo.of the several Articles of Public Receipt and Expenditure, from the Report of the Selečf Committee, (1 o'S) The anth Report of the Commissioners appointed to examine, take, and fate the Public Accounts of the Kingdom, - - (1og) The Eleventh Report of the Commissioners, appointed to examine, take, and state the Public Accounts of the Kingdom, --- (131) The 7 welfth Report of the Commissioners, appointed to examine, take, and
fate the Public Accounts of the Kingdom, - (154) Supplies granted in the rear 1786, — (179)
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P H I L O S O P H I C A L P A P E R S. 9%rvations on the Sulphur Wills at Harugate, made in July and Angus,
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