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Burke, his picture of Pitt's administration, 60. His Charlotte, queen of England, her death and cha
allusion tu genius and power of Charles Townsend, racter, 385.
earl of, noticed, 339. Resigns his office of
master general of ordnance, 344.
Cheeseman, captain, killed, 91.
China, embassy to, 251.
Choisy, general de, noticed, 176.
Christian vil, king of Denmark, his death, 335.
Succeeded by his son, ib.
club noticed, 79.
Cintra, convention of, 332, Discussed in parliament,
Circunstances attending accession of George III. to
City feuse to their Majesties, 14.
Cirillist, 2. Revenues of, 5, note C 1. Debates on it,
70. Debt noticed, 191. In arrears, 199, 309.
Clarence, duke of, noticed, 52. His marriage, 384.
Clark, Sir James, mortally wounded, 122.
Clergy of New England preach for independence of
60. Opposes indemnity bill, 62. Opinion of India Clerk, Sir P. Jennings, his motion to disqualify con-
bill, 191. Made lord lieutenant of Irelaud, 251. tractors for a seat in parliament, 139.
Clerkenwell prisons forced during London riots, 154.
general James, poticed, ib.
assailed; death, 81,
Coalition ministry, 188. New, against the French,
Cochrane, Sir Alexander, noticed, 315.
-- , lord, his transactions, 368. Conduct to
Of Manilla and the Philippines, 29. Of the richly Coke, Mr. his motion, 139. Address to king, 188.
Colonists, dissatisfaction of the, 49.
Comarten Chonan, general, noticed, 258.
Cambermere, lord, noticed, 367.
Commerce, restrictions on, 328. British measures
Commercial distress, aid voted to relieve, 342.,
Commissioners for peace, 180.
Married to the king of Denmark, Christian VII. protection, 135. Their alacrity in providing for
service of ensuing year, 19.
Compact family avowed, 17.
quences attending, ib. Opposition to it, ib.
Conde, Prince of, noticed, 22.
wards her husband; political conduct, ib. Her Confederacy of Indian powers against England, 165.
Of northern nations, 292.
Question agitated, and occasions change of mi- Conferences with Spain, 14.
Philadelphia, 81. How constituted-nature of its
favour of, 212. Their discontent, 252. Act for re- acts, 90. Attempts to detach foreign troops froin
to burn British towns by way of reprisal, 142. A
towards peace, 31. of rupture with Holland, 161. Connor, Arthur Oʻ, tried and acquitted, 270.
Contest, between the printers and the house of com
mons, 79. Between the crown and the commons,
191. Between military and insurgents in Ireland
Continental alliances, remarks on, 17. Engagements,
Convention, American, 68, Acts of it, ib. Between
France and Genga, 312.
95. His motion against the war, 180.
Coote, Eyre, Sir, his conduct, 177.
expedition against, 328.
Corbei, major, governor of Jersey, takca prisoner,
167, ratifes capitulation of island-resames his | Defection of Arnold from America, 101
Deficiencies of the civil list, 5. Nove to chapter i.
Delawares, nation of noticed, 48.
Democratic societies, 244.
Dempster, friendly to bawkers and pedlars, 225.
158. His policy, as a conqueror, 159. Retreats, tian, VII. noticed, ib. Neutrality of, 231. Peace
America, 259. With the United States of America,
Difficulties about the mutual retaining of possessions,
Digby, admiral, captures French man of war, 155.
Disasters to royal cause in America, 94.
Discussions on the peace, 34. On American affairs,
69. Of quarrel with Russia, 213.
Dismission of general Conway, 46. Of ministry,
Dispute between directors of East India company and
proprietors, 61. With Spain about the Falkland
Islands, 77 With Spain settled. 210. Between
France and Russia, 312. With Holland, 114.
Disaffection in America, 67
printer; ordere the deputy serjeant at arms into relieve, 139: to secure their privileges, bill, 335.
it effects impeachment, 211.
Distresses of the Americans, 158.
---in La Vendee terminated, 598.
Dividends, unclaimed, proposal to seize, 211.
Documents on state of the country, 391.
Domingo, St. expedition to, 300.
Sir John and lady, noticed, 356.
Doula Sujah, noticed, 54. Arms against English, 55.
Surrenders unconditionally, ib.
Dordestell, Mr. appointed chancellor of exchequer,
52. Noticed, 60,
Drake, admiral, noticed, 175.
ambassador at Munich, 311.
Draper, colonel, his plan for invading the Philippine
Drayton, W. II. noticed, 132.
Droits of admiralty, 334.
Duckworth, admiral, sent against Midorca, 979. Ilis
victory, 322. Advances through the Dardanelles,
Duel, between Wilkes and Martin, 44. Betsen
Pitt and Tierney, 268. Between Castlereagh and
Dumonerics, general, noticed, 238. His conduct, ib.
Duncan, doctor, noticed, 44.
lord, his victory, 261.
--, Sir David, retires, 349.
Defence of it, 17. On the proclamation of the His motion on the influence of the crowd, 133.
In cabinet on Mr. Pitt's proposal of Story, 286. Commissioners, 337.
Easton, colonel, noticed, 93.
Fckmul, battle of, 337.
independence, 100. of war with France, 129. Eainburgh conrention, 242. Its secretary and two
members transported, ib.
Education of the poor, 384.
Spaniards at Gibraltar, 174. Of the ministry, 181. minions, 1. Ruinous, of American war, 95
Egmont, lord, copiwues in office, 52.
Egremont's, lord, refutation of the Spanish ambas- Flood, Mr. his motion for parliamentary reform, 208.
Florida ceded by Spain, 33.
stroyed and evacuated, ib.
Forbes, lieutenant, noticed, 97.
Foreign affairs, 383. Troops landed in Isle of
Poresi, New, Bill, 217.
Fortescue, lord, his remarks on the house of peers,
Fortifications, proposed new plan of, 198.
Fothergill, doctor, noticed, 86. His letter to Frank-
miralty, 74. His ironical speech, 128.
marks, 140. Remarkable oration, 154. Introduces
bis Marriage Act, 167. India Bill thrown out by
Elected for Westminster, though
not returned by high bailiff, 193. Obtains damages
for this in King's Bench, ib._llis remarks on Irish
ments on slave trade, 206. His sentiments on
breach of friendship, 213. In opposition to the ad-
ascertain the precise grounds of war, 237. Sends
vernment offer assistance to Holland, 29+. Re- Buonaparte, 321. His wish for peace; death and
France, duplicity of her ministry, 7. Negociation for
Portugal, 23. Declaration of war, ib. Disasters
113. Preliminaries of peace with, 186. Affairs of,
glanced at, 207. Its revolution, 208. Declares
war against Britain and Ilolland, 136. Queen of,
her trial and execution, 242. Commercial treaty
lícits offices of Britain in preserving peace, 900.
Delivered, ib. Manifestos against, 223. National
convention of, constituted, ib. Makes peace with
cess of, exchanged for deputies delivered to Austria
by Dumouriez, 263. State of, 259.
against British commerce, ib. Internal affairs of,
265. Makes peace with Austria, 291. With
Austria, Russia, and Prussia, 317. Annexations
Terms imposed on, 377.
-, Isle of, capitulates, 345.
Franklin, doctor, noticed, 83. His effort at concilia
tion, 86. Plan founded thereon, ib. Appointed
His reply to
lord Howe, 106. Ambassador to France, 128.
Fraser, general, killed, 122.
VI, ascends the throne of Denmark, 335.
William, king of Prussia, dies, 266.
French, advantageous position of the, 4. Squadron
ib. Fleet on the English coast, 147. Fleet defeated
tion of England, and France answered by lord
Grenville, 230. Ambassador ordered to leave
England, ib. Convention, proposes to treat for peace,
.49. Calendar, 243. Extraordinary efforts of, tó
recruit army, ib. Ambassador,
Priests arrive in multitudes in England, ib, Go-
Vernment, state of, 250. Its sanguinary proceed-
Progress in Holland, ib. Successful in
West Indies, 232. Make peace with Prussia, ib.
Land in Wales, 261.
Compel the emperor to make peace, 265. Land
at Killala, and surrender, 974. Hostile
ment of, againt Switzerland, 276. Enter Berne,
enforce a new
constitution, ib. Return from
Evacuate Egypt, 296.
New constitution, 301.
Fleets attempt to
330. Fleet attack on, 340. Convoy destroyed, ib.
---, captain, deceived into a surrender of his
Captures fort of Chanda Gheer; its governor's re- Fritzlar, capture of, with several magazines, 4.
Fuentes, Count de, his manifesto, 18.
Funeral of king George 11, 1
Gaze, Genera , noticed, 68. Ilis judicious conduct, Habeas corpus act, Suspended, 111. Suspension of,
944. Continued, 251. Suspended in Ireland, 307.
his death, 80.
Hall, lieutenant colone., noticed, 119.
army, 123. Defeated, 158. Succeeded by Greene, Hammond, Sir Andrew Snape, examined by com-
Hancock, John, noticed, 68. Elected president e.
, general, noticed, 135.
Hanover, invasion of, 305. Occupation of, 894. 323
Makes peace with France, 253.
Harcourt, earl of, appointed lord lieutenant, 81.
lieutenant colonel, takes general Lee, 107.
Trial adjourned till next session, 238. And
Hausonville, Monsieur de, noticed, 301.
Havannah, armament against it, 26. Description of
found there, ib.
Hawke, Sir Edward, removed, 79.
Harkers' tax, 197. Much relieved, 200.
Hazkesbury, lord, signs preliminary treaty, ege.
38. Emperor of, mediator for peace, 186. Emperor Heberden, doctor, noticed, 44.
Helder, battle of the, 286.
Helvetic, republic, formed by France, 276.
Hermione, Spanish register ship, captured, 28.
sociations, 15+. Presents petition tc house of com- Hessians, captured at Trenton, 108.
Committed to the tower, 155. Tried for Herham, riot at, 3.
High bailiff of Westminster, his conduct in reasing
to return Fox, 193.
-, general, his conduct, 352
Hillsborough, earl of, noticed, 4!. Appointed colonial
His Majesty George III. first speech to both houses
Hoche, general, noticed, 253.
hood of Fritzlar, 4. Recommende accommodation Holland, lord, creation of, 39.
noticed, 52. Concludes alliance, offensive
and defeosive with France, 254. Made a republic,
259. Declaresw ar against Britain, ib. Its apuexa
tion to France, 316. Revolution in, 361. 'Treasy
Vote of money
to Holy Alliance, 378.
Honduras, right of cutting logwood ceded to England,
33. Convention relative to, 200,
Hood, adpiral, noticed, 75. Created an Irish peer,
general, do. 333
Hopkins, commodore, blockaged by Englisa, 107
Horton, Mrs, poticed as marrying the duke of Can
Hoste, captain, his victory, 350.
Hotham, commodore, sailing of his squadron, 146.
His victory, 252.
Houghton, general, his gallant death 352.
Howe, colonel, noticed, 27.
--, general, do, 89.
Sir William, do. 100.
Howe, lord, his victory, 948.
Jameson, liegt. colonel, receives Andre prisoner, 162.
army, Jay, ambassador from America, 251.
Java, capture of, 360. Restoration of it, 393.
of Hyder Ally, 178. Takes Tricomallee, 184. Jena, baill oi, 321.
Jenkinson, Charles, Esq. appointed lord of treasury;
this talents, 65.
venner, doctor, receives vo'o of parliament for his in-
Jervis, Sir John, his victory; created a peer, 263.
John, St. Island, ceded to Britain, 34.
Leaves America Johnson, Sir W. noticed, 49.
---, Sir John, do, 119.
--, commodore, his expedition, 177
Jointure granted to the queen, 10.
Jones, Paul, his conduct, 147. His nava, actions, ib
His surrender demanded as a pirate, 148.
Jourdan, noticed, 257.
Jubilee of reign of king George III. observed, 341
Judges made independent, 3.
Jroies, rights of, in libel cases, 212,
mons, 202. In parliament, whether affected by its
kalb, Baron de, general, noticed, 158
Kearsley, George, printer of North Briton, 40
Keating, colonel, noticed, 345.
Kempenfell, admiral, retreats, 178.
Keni, duke of, his marriage, 38). Death and cha-
-, commodore, noticed, 26. Captures a fleet of
French merchantmen, 29.
admiral, commands grand feet, 136. Takes
Wo French frigates, 137. Engages D'Orvilliers.
His trial and acquittal, ib
Kilwarden, lord, murder of, 304.
King George 111, his first speech, 3. Illness of, 51.
Proceedings thereon ; recovery, ib. Substance of
his speech, 62. Reply to city remonstrance, 77.
Royal conduct, ib. Reviews navy at Portsmouth,
83. Speech to parliament, 179. Do. 193. Attempt
to assassinate him, 200. His humanity thereon, ib.
Speech to both houses, 204. Indisposition, ib.
Recovery, 205. Returns thanks at St. Paul's cathe.
dral, ib. Speech, 026. Message to commons on
Irench affairs, 230. Presents sword and medal to
earl Howe, 218. Transmits medals to flag officers
and captains, ib. Speech, 252. Assaulted going to
parliament, 255. His speech there, ib. Attempt
on his life, 289. Return of illness, 294. His regard
to his coronation oath, 295. lpdisposition of, 308.
Speech, 313. Completes fifty years' reign, 341.
Rejoicings in consequence, ib. Malady, 317. In.
crease of it, 353. Change in the healtb of, 393.
His death ard character, ib.
King's Bench Prison burnt, 155.
Kingsborough, lord, set at liberty; Wexford delivered
to him, 273.
Kinnon, general M', mortally wounded, 352
Kniphausen, general, noticed, 107.
Knor, colonel, noticed, 105.
---, general, takes St. Vincent, 258.
proceedings of, 238. Origin and progress of Re. Land Tas, reduced, 63 ; increasea, 78; redemption of
Langdale, Mr. (distiller) house burnt by rioters, 155.
Lauderdale, lord, proceeds to Paris to negotiate, 321.
Laudohn, marshal, noticed, 22.
His letter to the British commissioners, 132. Taken
prisoner, 165. Committed to tower for high trea.
--, lieut, colonel, remarkable situation of, 176.
Lauriston, colonel, arrives with treaty of peace, 298.
Laws of Militia amended, 20
Mr. do. 91.
general, do. 92.