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CHA P. XIII.

In Franie, a General wish for Peace.-But the Popularity of the War who

England still continued: - Overture of Peace frim England to the French
Republic.-Negotiation for Peace åt Paris. Abruptly broken f.-- Affairs,
Maritime and Colonial, French and British.--Infidelity of the French Go.
vernment to their Engagements with the Dutch.- French Preparations
and Expedition for an invasion of Ireland.- Defeated.-The Deatb of
Catherine II. And the Resignation of General Washington

186

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ibid.

APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLE.
Lordon Gazette, June

70
The like, July 2
Articles of capitulation of the island of St. Lucia, May 25

74
The like of Cimbo, in the Island of Ceylon, February 15

75
The like of St. Vincent's, June 11

80
The like of Grenada

81
Lmdin Gazette Extraordinary, Nov. 3

ibid.
London Gazette, Nov. 29

go
Articles of Capitulation of Ambazna, February 16

92
The like of Banda, March 8

ibid.
Circular Letter 10 the Lieutenants of Counties on the Sen Crasts, Nets 5 93
Letter from the Choncellor of the Exchequer to the L rd Mayor, Lei. I 9+
The like to the Bank
Account of the total nett Produce of all ike Taxes, for one year, ending O&tober
Account of Wheat sold in the Corn Marke:, Mark-1a:2, from Christmas 1793)
to Christmas, 1796

99
Price of the Quartern Loaf for 1796

100
A general Bill of Christenings and Burials for 1796
Substance of the A&t for preventing seditious Assemblies

ibid.
Average Prices
of Corn for 1796

103
Meteor logical Table for 1796

105
Supplies grinted by Parliament fix 1795

106
Principal Public Ads passed in the Sixth Session of the Seventeenth Parlia.
liament of Great Britain

109
Prices of Siock fr 1796
Trial of Mr. William Sune for High Treasca

MI
Petition of Sir Francis Blake to the House of Commras, February 9 115

STATE

101

IIO

STATE-PAPERS.

IO

His Majesty's Speech on closing the Session, May 19

117

The like on opening the Session, O&tober 6

118

Protest of Earl Fitzwilliam

120
Message from the King, Dec. 12

123
The like, Dec. 17

ibid,
The like, Dec. 26

124

Note transmitted to M. Barthelemi by Mr. Wickham, March 8

125

Answer whereto, March 20

ibid.

Note f Observation there n, April 10

126

Explinatory Article to the Treaty between Great Britain and America ibid.
Treaty between Great Britain and the Landgrave of Hesse Darmstadt, June

128
Letter from Sir G. Elliot, Viceroy of Corsica, to the Governor of Porto Fer.
rajo

133
Articles by which the British Troops took possession of Porto Ferrajo
Proclamation by General Forbes to the Planters of the Spanish Part of St.
Domingo

ibid.
Order by the King in Council, September 3

136

The liki, Oa bor 12

The like, November 9

The like, December 28

139

Answer of the British Government to the Spanish Declaration of War 141

Official Correspondence published by the British Government, relating to the

Negotiation for Peace between Great Britain and the French Republic 147

Credentials of Lord Malmesbury in Latin, with a Translation

172
Manifesto of the British Government against France, Dec. 27
Speech of the Lord Lieutenant to both Houses of the Irish Parliament, Jan. 21

134

138

ibid.

173

177

179

184

The like, April 15
The like, Oxober 13

180
Proclamation by the Lord Lieutenant in Council, November 16

182
Decree of the National Assembly of the United Provinces for the Abolition of a
privileged Church, August 13

183
Proclamatim of the same, against the importa:io'r of British Merchandizt

;

September 10

Proclamatiin of the States. General of the United Pricincas

136

Proclamation of the Durch National Corventio', March 16

188

Manifesto of the Batavian R public against Great Britain

Manifesto of Spain against Grest Britain, October 5

195

Letter from General Beaulieu to the Genese Government, on entering their

Territory

197

ibida

Address of the French Ministr t the Dove of Gena

Note of the French Mi» ister :othe Geole Secretary of State, Fuly 10

198

Letter from the Commissi.ry Directur, Juez, to the Commandant of Fori la
Lauterne

199

ibid.

Reply, September 12

Letter froni M. Barthelemi zo zhe Burgomasters, &'c. of the Swiss Cantons 203

Letter of the Executive Directory, to the Helvetic Body

200

Declaration of the Executive Directory to the Senute of Basle 201

Letter from the Sovereign Council of Baste to M. Barthelemi, April gilid.

Letter from M. Barthelemi to the Canton of Basle, May 9

203

Answer of the Canton of Basle thereto, May 11

204

Note from Mr. Wickham to the Senate Berne, June 26

205

Articles of the Concordat, agreed upon at Geneva, August 31 200

Official Note of Count Bernstorff, Danish Minister of State 207

Note from Citizen Grouvelle, the French Minister at Copenhagen to Count

Bernstorf

203

Answer of Count Bernstorff, March 19

209

Proclamation of the Queen of Portugal, for making Lisbon a free Port 210

Manifesto of the Queen of Portugal, against the Batavian Republic 211

Letter from the King of Vaples to the Marquis del Vasto

212

Proclamation of the King of Naples, May 18

213

Edict of the King of Naples, addressed io his Subjects

214

Proclamation issued at St. Petersburg, respecting Dutch Ships, May 20, ib.

Dispatch from Count Osterman to the Russian Minister at Madrid 215

answer of the Prince of Peace thereto, March 17

216

Note from the Russian Minister at Stockholm, to all the Foreign Ministers,

217

Letter of Convocation, addressed by the King of Prussia to the different

States, wishing to enjoy the Advantages of Neutrality, dpril 22 219

Royal Prussian Edict, July 16

219

Declaration of the K. of Prussia, put against the Gates of Nuremburg, 220

Submission of the Imperial City of Nuremburg, to the King of Prussia,
dugust 16

ilid,
Declaration in Answer delivered to the Magistrates of Nuremburg

ibid.
Rescript of the King of Prussia, respecling his Territories on the left Bank
,

221

Treaty of Peace between the Duke of Wurtemburg and Teck and the French

Republic

222

Treaty of Peace l'etween the French Republic and Margrave of Buden, 224

Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the King of the Two

Sicilies

227

Offensive and Defensive Treaty of Alliance between France and Spain 228

Treaty between France and Prussia, dugust 5

Treaty of Peace between France and the Infant Duke of Parma 233

Proclamation of the French Commissioner to the Citizens of St. Domingo,

235
of the Executive Directory to the Armies of the Sambre and

Meuse, May 29

238

of General Buonaparte in Italy

ibid,

by Commissary of Salicetti

240

of Buonaparte to his Brothers in Arms

ibid.

Address of the Deputies of Alle to Luonaparte

241

Buonaparte to the Republic of Venice

242

Buonaparte to the People of the Milanese

ibid.

Proclamation of the Municipality of Milan, June 12

243

Buona parte to the Inhabitants of Tyrol

itida

Buonaparte to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, June 26

244

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245

conaparte, to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, June 29

ilid.

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ilid.

Fre Executive Directory to Citizen Buona parte, July 31

246

Pre dmbassador of Sweden to the French Minister for Foreign Afairs 247

esolutions of the Erecutive Directory, August 5

248

Tote from the Minister for Foreign Affairs to M. Barthelemi ibid.

roclamation by the General in Chief of the Army of Italy

249

Address of the French Ambassador to the Dutch. Convention

ibid.

Tessage from the Erecutive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred,

dugust 23

251

Proclamation by the Erecutive Directory, dugust 29

252

General Buonaparte-to the Executive Directory, October 17

253

Gentili to Buonaporte

ilid.

Gentili to the French Commissioners

254

Message of the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred,
October 16

ibid.

The like, October 26

255

Resolutions passed ly the Council of Five Hundred, November 2 256

Message of the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred, De-

cember 10

258

Proclamation of the Commissioner Salicetti, in Corsica

259

Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and Sardinia

282

Message of the Executive Directory to ihe Council of Five Hundred 200

The like to the Council of Ancients

267

The like to the Council of Five Hundred

26s

Proclamation of the Executive Directory

270

The Erecutive Directory to the Citizens of Paris

272

Address of the Executive Directory to the French Armies

274

Proclamation by Scepaur, in the Western Department

275

Message

from the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred ibid.

Decree published at Modena, OA, 18

276

The Congress of Cispadana to the People of Bologna, &c.

ibid.

Letter from the Pope to all the Catholics in Frunce

277

Edict, published by the Pope, on the Reception which his Subjects ought

to give to the French

278

Note of the Papal Minister to the French Commissioners

279

State Paper, published at Dresden, July 30

ibid.

Declaration of the Elector of Hanover to the Diet of Rntislon -280

Proclamation by the Archduchess of Austria to the Tyrolese ibid.

Proclamation by his Imperial Majesty, Francis II. Aug. 11

281

The like, Aug. 21

282

The like, Sept. 18

204

Imperial Rescript to the Duke of IVurlemburg

ibido

Resolutions of the States of Hungary

287

Substance of the Correspondence between the Cabinets of Vienna and Ber.

tin, respecting the Line of Demarcation

288

Reply, by the Court of Vienna

289

Message of the President of the United States to Congress 290

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Answ'r of General Washington to a Resolution of the House of Representa

200
Aia-ess of Gujeral Washingoon en bis ritiring from the Preside:cy o ile
Und States of America, Sentember 17

293
No: m the French Enzy to the Executive Government of

America

304
Reply of the Executive G vernment therios

307
Mercrial presented by the French Envoy to the American Secretary for Foreign
Atvirs

310
Nie published by the French Minister at Philadelphia

313
Address of ihe President of the United States to Congress, November 15 ibid.
Answer to the above Address

317
Reply of the President

318

CHARACTER S.

338

342

Particulars of the earlier Years of Mr. Giblov's Lif, and of the Course of

Studies which laid the Foundation of bis subsequent Celebrity, written by
himself

319
Account of Solomon Gessner
Some Pariicul.irs of the Death of Condorcet

340
Biographical Account of the Cat de Buffon
Account of Apostolo Zero

346
of the Peasantry of Norway

347
of the Hozuoncs, a wondering Tribe of Savages

349
of the C-lebrating of Good Friday in Brussels

351
of the Alteration produced by the French Revolution at Strasburg 352
of the public Euting-houses at Vienna

353
The Life and Writings of the Abbé Barthclemi

355
Character of Erasmu.

359
Anecdotes of the late Dr. James Fordyce

360
Account of the Royal Society of Evgiind
of the lare Sir William Ch. mbers

364
of the late James Macpherson, Esq.

366
In: resti g History of Don Pedro and Vona Igrex de Castro

371
Exrricis from the Correspodence of Mr. Gibbon, with various Men of Ezi.
Mince in the Literary World

373

362

NATURAL HISTORY,

Some Purticulars in the Antimy of a Whole

380
An Account of the late Discovery of Native Gold in Ireland

383
A lvim:ř. loginal Account of the Native Gold Intely discovered in Ireland 385
Onilec I felt on high Mountains, and at great Depels

389
Accuunt of the great sprckled Diver, or L200

392
Contrasts, and Consonuncies, between Animals and the Earth

394
Account of the Kainsi, a Species of Gozeile, of Antelope

398
R fictions on the ceriain Eff is of Heat and Cold on the living System
Account of the Manner of Treating Bees in Portugal

399
402
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