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Lee, major, noticed ; captures British garrison at Masterly retreat of the Americans, 179.
Powles Ilook, 144.

Natthetes, general, noticed, 107.
Lejebere, general, his conduct, 287.

Maxwell, general, surprises Elizabeth Town, 119.
Leipsic, battle of, 360.

M Pherson, Jolin, Capt. killed, 94.
Lennar, lord George, 21.

Mecklenburg, Princess Charlotte up, chosen by George
Leslie, major general, takes possession of Charlestown, III. as queen, 13.
156.

Meeting of new parliament, 16. Of parliament, 126.
Lerington, battle of, 87.

Do. 139, Do. 207. In the nary, 202.
Libel, cases, rights of juries io, 212.

Mehee de la Touche noticed, 311.
bill passes, 218,

Melville, lord, proceedings against, 313.. Resigns
Life-buai noticed, 300.

situation, 314. Erased from privy council, 315.
Lincoln, general, wonnded, 129.

Impeached, 321.
Linois, admiral, repulsed, 310.

Memorial of pavy officers presented to the king, 1*.
Livingstone, colonel, noticed, 94.

of French executive, 229. Replied to by
Loan of 1,200,0001, 3. Interest provided for by ad. lord Grenville, 230.

ditional duty on ale, ib. To India Company of Mends, captain, bis squadron, sources of, 343
1,400,0001, 81. To Germany, 251.

Mercer, general, receives three bayonet Fouods,
Logwood, right of cutting it ceded to Britain, 33.

which occasion his death, 109.
London, negotiation at, 6. City of, its remonstrance Message respectiug finance, 302.

to the king, 74. Sends up a second, 77. A third Messages from Priace Regent, 389.
and fourth, 79. Petitions in favour of America, 87. Melleruich, prince, visits England, 367.
Corresponding society, 218.

Middleton, surgeon, noticed, 44.
Loudon, earl of, noticed, 24.

Miles, colonel, noticed, 105.
Longitude, reward for ascertaining the, 20.

Military events on the Continent, 238. Operations en
Loughborough, lord, (Wedderburne) tries London rioters the Continent, 246. Preparations, 303. Arrange-

by special commission, 155. Made lord Chancellor, ments, 320. Plan of lord Castlereaghi, 328.
f 228.

Militia, ballot, productive of riot, 3. New, uncoe-
Louis XVII. dies in the temple, 253.

stitutional, 96. Bill to raise Scotch, 97. Rejected,
XVIII. withdraws from Venetian territories, ib. Regulations, 141. Called out, 295. Extend
257. His entrance into Paris, 366.

their services, 269. Consolidation of laws, 30).
Lovel, general, noticed, 144.

Local, noticed, 394. Augmentation of, 335.
Lownds, president, noticed, 146.

Ministers, relinguish income, 381.
Lowther, Sir James, his motion, 179.

Ministerial appointments, 341. Disputes and cbanges,
Lucia, St. taken, 258.

340. Differences, 354. Negociations, ib. Profa
Lackner, general, noticed, 22.

sion, 113.
Luddites noticed, 354.

Ministry, conduct of, 15. Steps taken by, ib. Change
Lruttrell, colonel, vacates his seat in parliament. Op- of, 59. Defeat of, 180. Dissolved, 181. New,
poses Wilkes.

State of the poll. Consequences, 72. ib. Outvoted and resign, 186. A new one, 191.
Lutzen, battle of, 360,

New one formed, 29+. New, its members, 318.
Lynch, Sir William, noticed, 68.

Appointments in the, 313. New, 320. Change of
Lynedoch, lord, noticed, 367.

the, 328.
Lyttleton, lord, 43. Celebrated speech of, 44. His Minorca restored, 33. Taken, 183. Capture of, 978.
patriotisun, 62.

Miquelon, isle of, given to France, 37.
Mirabeau, Count de, report of, 210.

Miranda, general, noticed, 3.2.
M

Mir Cossim noticed, 53. His attempt against the

India Company, details of it, ib.
Macartney, earl, sent ambassador to China, 251. Misconduct of the Admiralty, 180.
Muck, general surrender of, 315.

Nilford, Sir John, resigns the situation of speaker ce
Mackintosh, Sir James, noticed, 387.

accepting the othce of lord chancellor of Ireland,
Macleane, colonel, noticed, 144.

with title of lord Redesdale, 300.
Macnamara, captain, noticed, 29.

Monchton, general, commands successful expedition
Madewa, occupied by Britain, 295.

against Martinico, 26.
Madrid, ipsurrection at, 380. Evacuated by the Moro besieged, surrender of island, 28,
French, ib. Capture of, 353.

Motion on American war, 167. Of censure op lord
Maga, colonel, capitulates at Fort Washington 107. Sandwich, 140. For abolition of slave trade, too.
Mahrattas noticed, 56.

Of Mr. Flood, for parliamentary reform, 208. Fer
Maida, battle of, 323,

reform in parliament, 218. For negotiation with
Muitland, lieut, colonel, noticed, 116.

France, 228. For sending minister to Paris, ih.
lord, his splendid talents, 106.

For peace, barracks, &c. 237. Against American
Marlborough, duke of, noticed, 42.

war, 167.
Malmsbury, lord, sent ambassador to France, 267. Monte-Video, capture of, 396.
Malta taken, 292.

Moore, Sir John, noticed, 332. Retreat, battle of
Maltby, captain, noticed, 78.

Corunna, &c. 333.
Maltese, property in Spain seized, 301.

Moscow, destruction of, 356.
Man, Isle of, its sovereignty purchased, 50.

Mosquito settlers evacuate Honduras, 200.
Manchester, disturbances at, 382. Du, 384. Meeting Motives of national policy for encouraging pacific
dispersion of, 390.

proposals, 31.
duke of, resolution in house of peers, 96. for a general peace, 186.
Manilla, governor of, his character, 28. its capture, Movements of French forces, 367. Of allied forces,

ib. Saved from justly merited pillage, though taken 373.
by storm, ib.

Murders in metropolis, 354.
Manby, captain, captures an ordnance vessel from

Murat, joins the allies, 363. Advances against
England, 91.

Austria, 376. Keturns to Naples; killed, ib.
Mansfield, lord, his patriotism, 62. Ilis opinion of the

American war, 97. House in London destroyed
during riots, 155.

N
Mantua, its surrender, 264.
Marat, death of, 241.

Naples made a republic, 284.
Marengo, battle of, 291.

National force, increase of, côi.
Maria Louisa, archduchess of Austria, her marriage,

income, 338.
346.

expenditure, ib.
Marion, general, noticed, 160.

Naval preparations, 136. Affairs, 252. Mutiny, 02.
Maroon war terminates, 252.

Operations, 263. Do. 292. Actions, 297. Do. 371.
Marriage bill proposed, 167.

Do. 350. Engagements, 362.
of the Duke of York, 215.

Navy, review of the, 83.
of the Prince of Wales, 252.
Martial Law, 304.

Negapatam, surrender of, 178.

Negotiation for peace with l'rance, 10. Main points on
Martinico, Isle of, deseent on, 25. Its surrender, ib. disputes in, ii. Candid enquiry into, 18.

Restored with Marigalante to France, 33. Taken, peace unsuccessful, 259. Renewed and broken oft,
248.

267
Massachusetts votes an army to defend her state, 89. Neil, lord Oʻ, mortally wounded, 973.

Veilson, Samuel, rebel chief, 271.

ib. Prorogation of, 335. Corrupt practices in, 330.
Veisan, commodore, his gallantry, 263. Bombards Assembles, 334. Assembled, 353, Meeting of, 356.

Cadiz, 264. His victory off the Nile, 277. Goza Proceedings of, 358. Closed, 359, 362. Re-assem-
capitulates to his squadron, 279. His victory at bles, 367. Opened. 372. Re-assembled. 376. Called,
Copenhageli, 294. Attacks Bolougne Flotilla, 297. 378. Meeting of, 380, Opened, 383. Dissolved,
His celebrated signal, 318. Gains victory of Trafal 38+. Convoked, 387. Meeting of, 391.
gar; death, ib.

Parliamentary privilege, 43, Reform, 196. Pro.
Ne, ministry, its members, 181. Administration, 185. ceedings, 334. Ditto, 348. Ditto, 378. Supplies,
Parliament, 193.

45.
Newcastle, duke of, his death, 19.

Partiality of George 11. for his native dominions, i.
Verf indland, taken by the French, retaken, 30. Parties in France, 240.

Right of fishing wettled, 33. Loss of vessels at, 259. Patna taken by India company, 51.
Neagate prison burnt during riots, 154.

Paul, emperor of Russia, succeeds his mother, 250.
Nicholson, Margaret, her attempt to assasinate the his death, 295.
king, 200.

Peace, overtures for, from France and Spain, 30.
Nicernois, dnke de, arrives in London to negotiate universally desired, 32. Negotiations for, .
peace, 39.
His speech to the king, ib.

Preliminaries sigoed, 33. General motives for, 186.
Voailles. M. de, his declaration, 130.

With the Mahrattas, 189. Negotiations for, un
Nourka Sound, settlement at, 209.

successful, 259. Between Austria and France,
Vorth, lord, appointed chancellor of exchequer, 64. 991. Between Great Britain and France, 297. of

Elected chancellor of Oxford, 81. His conciliatory Amiens, 298. Sentiments on the, 299. Negotiation
bills, 197. Aonounces the dissolation of ministry,

for 321. Signed, 316.
181.

Percival, assassination of, 35+. Character; provisioa
Northington, lord chaneullor, condemos ministerial for his family, ib.
Deasures, 59.

Peter III. succeeds to empire of Russia, 21.

Mild
Vorthumberland, duke of, bis dismissal, 52.

and popular regulations; foreign politics ; desire
Norton, Sir Fletcher, speech on the encreasing in- of peace; alliance with Prussia; principles of re-
fuence of the crown, 153.

form ; deposition and death, 21.
Norway, transfer of, 363,

Petition of Wilkes to commons, 68
Nullun Tempus Aci introduced, opposed by ministers, Petitions in favour of debtors produces Insolvent Act,
66.

3. In favour of America, 58. Of county delegates,

107. Against American war, 180.

Phillippine isiands, invasion of, xud capture, 28.
o

Philadelphia taken, 117. Evacuated, 13+.

Pichegru, his campaign. 250.
Objects of the rebellion in Ireland, 97*.

Pierson, major, killed, 167.
Onter, alderman, committed to lower, 79.

Pitt, (lørd Chatham,) unfavourable to peace. 6. His
Operations of the French fleet, 143. in the West proposal of war with Spain, 14. Interview with

Indies, 177. In Virginia, 174 On the Frontiers, the king, and resignation of office. His conduct, 15.
214 lu la Vendee, 953. On the Rhine, 254. In

Remarkable speech on taxing America, 57. Sent
Italy and Germany, 237. In Sillesia, 323. in for by king to form new ministry, 59.
Swedish Pomerania, ib.

Mr. Thomas, his speech on influence of the
Opposition, its efforts, 74. Rodueed by desertion, 228. crown, 154.
! To a repeal of the test and corporation aels, 208. -, William, his eloquence, 160. Reform bill, 189.
Orange Societies, 269.

His communication to the commons, 192. India
Orders in council, repeal of, 354.

bill, 194. Sinking fund, 199. Motion for parlia-
Orleans, New, failure at, 372.

mentary reform, 203, Remarks on slave trade,
Orihes, battle of, 363.

204. Proposal to seize unclaimed dividends, 211.
Orvilliers, count de, sails from Brest, 137.

Speech on moving address, 230. Message relative
Ossory, Upper, earl ot, his motion on Irish affairs,

to peace, 255. His duel. 208. Speech on the right

of search, 293. Resigns, ib. Motion on naval
Onend, expedition against, 278.

defedre. 308. Returns to office, ib. His illness,
Otto, M. signs preliminary treaty in Londen, 208. 315. Death, 319. Vote of money to pay his debts,
Oude, nabob, of treaty with, 56.

public funeral, ib,
Outcry, violent, against new daty on beer, 3.

Plan of attack of prince Ferdinand, 1.
Outrage agaiost the king. 951.

Plans of conciliation rejected by America, 118. Of
Overtures made y courts of Madrid and Versailles, Lord Cornwallis defeated, 174.
30.

Points of dispute in Degotiation with France, 11.
Osford, mayor and bailiffs, sent to Newgate, 65. Poland, kingdom of, dismembered, 81,

Pondicherry capitulates, 142. Taken, 238.

Poor, education of the, 384.
P.

Pope, the, dies at Valence, 276. Restoration of, 307.

Popham, Sir Home, his expedition to Buenos Ayres,
Paine, Thomas, his answer to Burke, 224.

300. Recalled ; tried and reprimanded, 323.
Palliser, sir H. his erial, 137.

Popular meetings, 389.
Palm, murder of, 324.

Population of England, ascertained by authority, 293
Papal authority ended, 276.

Returns of, ib. Act returns of, 355.
Parga, cession of, 393.

Porto Rico, failure at, 264.
Paris, negotiation a, 6. Insurrection, 253, Occu- Portugal, relief of vote for, 20. Conduct of Frane

pation of, 365. Convention of, 366. State of, 373. and Spain towards, 23. Receives the assistance of
capitulation of, 375.

Great Britain, ib. lavasion of, 293. Operations
Parker, Sir H. engages Dutch fleet, 178.

in, 342.
Parliament dissolved, 5. Assembly of a new, 16. Pounall, governor, his speech on America, 75

Closes, 21. Opened with speech from throne, 34. Pouys, Mr. motion against American war, 179.
Closed, 39.
Opens, 49.

Proceedings respecting Poynings law protested agaiost in Ireland, 189.
Wilkes, ib. Privileges of, ib. Assembles, 57. Al- Praut, lord chief jastice, +1. His opinion on Wilkes's
ways existing, 63. Dissolved, 65. Of Ireland made commitment to Tower, ib. Remarkable charge to
octennial, ib. Its language as regards lord Jury, H.
Townsend, ib. Prorogued at a remarkable crisis, Preparations for funeral of George II. 1. War, 225.
73. A new one assembled, '85. Meeting of, 95. By France for invasion of England, 303.
Meets, 148. Dissolved, 193. Meeting of, 195. Price, Dr. his sermon, 221.
Meeting of, 203. Regularly opened, 205, Meeting Priestlev, Dr. bis house destroyed by mob, 914. De
of, 207. Dissolved, 210, Whether its dissolution clared a member of convention of France: 224
affects impeachment, 211. Meeting, 215. Assem- Princess Royal of England, marriage of, 266.
bled, 295. Meets, 226. Prorogued, 238. Meeting Printers, contest between, and cominons, 79.
of, 214. Meeting of, 251. Proceedings of, ib. Privilege, breach of, 341.
Prorogued, 252. Dissolved, 256. New, 250. Proclamation of George Ill. ). Of commissioners to
Meeting of, 968. Meeting of, 293. Meeting of, America, 107.
299. New, 309. Meeting of. 307. Prorogation Progress of French in Holland, 250.
of, 309. Opening of, 313. Meeting, 319. Pro- Prohibitory bill, American, 96.
rogued, 321. Dissolution of, ib. New, 397. Dis- Property tax augmented, 313.

¿
Sulutive of, 398. New assembly of, ib. Prorogued, Proposal of a congress at Augsberg 6.

1 +9.

Proposals of Prench for peace, rejected, 287.

Rulle, Baron de, attacks Jersey, 107. 'Merally
Preposed marriage bill, 107.

wounded, ib.
Priposition for peace, 182.

Rrumbold, Sir Thomas, bill of pains and penaltians
Protest, popular, against the continuation of German against, 183.

war, 19. of lords against repealing the Stamp Act, -, Sir George, seizure of, 311.
58, 59. In house of peers, 95.

Rupture with Spain, 209. Setuled, 2!0. Rnssia, 213.
Provision for service of ensuing year, 16.

Discussion on it, ib.
Prussia, subsidy to, 3. of extraordinary change in Russia, death of empress of, ?1. Succession of Peter

situation of, 21. Success of, ib. Makes peace with III. to the throne of, ib. Deposition and death;
France, 252. King Frederick William III. dies, succession of Catherine II, ib. Mediates for a
206. King of, bis manifesto against France, 223. peace, 186. Makes peace with France, 317. De-
Declares war against France, 300. King of, visits clares war with England, 329. Invasion of, 355.
England, 367. Makes peace with France, 317. Rutlidge, John, elected governor, 145.
Occupies llanover, 393. Subserviency to France,

324.
Prussian operations in campaigo, 22.

S
Public testimony of joy on accession of George III. 1.
Priry council assemble on death of George II. 1. Sackville, lord, his elevation to the peerage, 180.
Take nath of fidelity to king George III. ib.

Proceedings thereon, ib.
Salamanca, battle of, 353.

Salt tax, augumented, 313.
Q.

Santa Cruz, failure at, 264.

-, Maura, taken, 346.:
Quakers, petition against the slave trade, 190.

Sardinia, subsidy to, 237.
Quebec, expedition against, 92. Attack of, 9t. Siege Sarrini, his assurances to America, 196.
of, raised, 98.

Savannah, taken by the English, 136. Its seige raised,
Queen Charlotte of England, nuptials of, 16. Message 146.

of commons to her majesty, ib. Dowry granted Saumares, Sir James, ais actioo, 297.
her, ib. Jointure granted to her, ib. Council of its

Saroy, duchy of, made a Freuch department, 294.
members, 348.

Sarilie, Sir George, bill in favour of Roman Catholics,
Quiberon bay, unsuccessful expedition to, 253.

131. House destroyed by rioters, 154.

Saubridge, alderman, his motion for short parlia.
R.

mients, 119.

Saure, Mr. committed to the tower, 95
Radical reformers, 389.

Scarcity of corn, 255.
Randolph, Peyton, chosen president of congress, 90.

-, great, 290. A renewal of it, :93
Rawlings, colonel, destructive riflemen, 107.

Scorrish cpiscopalians, bill in favour of, 218.
Reason for a negotiation at Loodon and Paris, 6. • Secrer intrigues of Freuch, at court of Madrid, 7.
Rebellion in Ireland ; its origin, progress, 264. Sup. Secession of the minority in parliament, 111.
pression of, 973. 304.

Senegal, secured to England, 33.
Recal of British Ambassador from Madrid, 18. Spanish Seringapatan capture of, 383.
from London, ib.

Sheriff's of London assaulted while attending toe
Recovery of the king, 205.

burning of Wilke's North Briton, 44.
Reduction of forts by Granby, 4. or land tax, 63. Sheridan's remarks on ludia bill, 191. On fortifica-
Reflections on commercial intereourse, 198.

tions, 198. Sentiments on French principles, 207.
Reform bills, 182. Parliamentary motion for, 308. Shirley, takes Dutch forts, 184.
Societies in Great Britain, 912.

Shop tax, 97 Repealed, 205.
Regeney act, 51. Bill noticed, 205. 'Bill, 348. Shoreham New, electors disfranchised for venality,
Relief to Roman catholics, 131, To the trade of 79
Ireland, ih.

Sicily, attempt on it, 317.
Remarks on the alliances with continental powers, 17. Sickness uncommon in American army, 110.
Concluding ones, 39+.

Sidmouth, lord, his circular, 392.
Repeal of shop tax, 205. Of compelling clause of Siege of Quebec raised, 98. Of Gibraltar, 155. Do.
insolvent act, 16.

107. Extraordinary fatigues of garrison, 108.
Result of American campaign, 110.

Sierra Leone, settlement of, 212.
Restoration of the forfeited estates in Scotland, 191. Sinking fund, 199.
Restraining Bills, 392.

Slare merchants of Germany, 95.
Retreat of marshal Broglio, 4. of the Spaniards

trade, petition of quakers against, 190. Bill
from Portugal, 25. Its consequences, ib.

to regulate it, 203. Its abolition mored, 900.
Return of English army from the Continent, 254. Evidence on, 212. Its gradual aboiltion carried in
Revolt of America predicted, 57. of Pensylvania commons, 216, Delayed by the lords, ib. Proceeds
Line, 168.

ings in, 309. Further steps to abolish, 320.

id
Revolution Society, 221. In France, 207.

abolition, 327.
Re:cards for ascertaining the longitude, 20,

Smith, general, his motion on Indian affairs, 166.
Rhode Island, tumultuous proceedings at, 83.

-, colonel, defeats Hyder Ally, 73.
Richmond, duke of, appointed minister, 59. Sigos

the publican, his connection with Rose, 217.
protest against proceedings of lords, 95. His plan

Sir Sydney, W. his services at Toulon, 243.
of fortification: 198.

Defence of Acre, 282. Destroys Turkish squa-
Rigby, arraigns the speaker's conduct, 114,

dron, 325.
Riots at Hexham, 3. At Boston, 70. In Scotland Smolensko burnt, 351.

against catholicism, 148. In London, 154. At Smuggling, measures for preventing, 31.
Birmingham,214. In various parts of England, Spain, conferences with, 14. Propose war sith ; pro-
354. In Spafields, 379.

ductive of warm debates in cabinet, ib. Conduct
Rochambeau, general count, arrives in America with of towards Portugal, 23. Declares war, ib. Disas
army from France, 161.

ters sustained by, 29. Preliminaries of peace with,
Rochford, earl of, remonstrates at Madrid, 52.

186. Convention, with 200. Rupture with, 609
Rockingham, marquis of, appointed minister, 50. Settled 210. Makes peace with France, 259 De
Lanented death, 185.

clares war against Britain, 259. Rapture with, 310
Rodney, admiral, relieves Gibraltar, 155, " Takes Campaign 341, Successes in, 312.

Do. 361.
Spanish Conroy, ib. Defeats Don Juan de Lan. Spaniards, their success, 24.

l'ake. St. Eustatia, 168. Defeats French Spanish ambassador recalled, 18. His manifesto od
fieet, 183, Created a peer, 183.

leaving London, ib. War declared, 19. Cause,
Roleia, battle of, 331.

335.
Romana, marquis, landed in Spain, 331,

America, state of, 347
Rome, revolution at, 276. Annexed to France, 339. Speaker of house of commons retires, 4.

Given
King of, created, 350.

Ahbort
Ross, general, destroys Spanish batteries, 168. Killed,

casting vote against fortification bill, 199.

gives casting vote against lord Melville, 314. Re
371.
Rose, Mr. tried and acquitted, 217.

signs ofhce, 350.
Reyal annuities, 131.

Speech of George III, for making judges independent,
Proclamation against seditious writings, 215, Mar-
Academy instity, ed, 59. 3. Of his Majesty on closing parliaments, its own

markable features, 4. Royal, 387.
riage act, 81.

Sidehldor escapes, 200,

gara, ib.

Stemp, act, American passed, 51 Repealed, 59.

the elector of Hesse and the duke of Brunswick,
St. Lucia, island of, captured, 26. Restored to for having soldiers, 97. Commercial with France,
France, 33.

200. Considered by commons, ib. of Campo
St. Pierre isle of, given to France, 33.

Formio, 265. Of Tilsit, 225. of peace between
State of India 290.

Austria and France, 339.
of Great Britain, 111. Do. 379.

Trial of Hastings, 203,
trials, 246.

Trials, state, 382 And executions for treason, 273.
St. Vincent, island of captured, 26. Restored to Trinidad, capture of, 261.
France, 33.

Triple assessment, 268.
Stormont, lord, his application to the French court, 116. Tumult in London occasioned by duty on beer, 20.
Strelits, princess Charlotte of Mecklenburgh, selected Turkey declares war against Russia, 325.
by George Ill. as his queen, 13.

Turks islands, 50.
Stuart, Sir John, his victory at Maida, 323.

Tuscany makes peace with France, 253.
Subsidy to Prussia, 3. Do. 245. Several, 288. Tyrawly, lord, recalled from Portugal, 84.
Successes in India, 177.

Tyrolese, efforts of the, 339.
Succesire disasters of the British army, 121.
Sums granted for the support of the German confede-
racy, 2.

U
Sumter, coronel, a distinguished partizan, his success.
258.

Union with Ireland, proposed, 279. Proceeding
Superiisors of lodia leave England, 73.

thereon, ib. Completed, 289.
Suppiy of parliament voted, 2. For the year, 245.

Universal disposition towards peace, 31.
For service of ensuing year, 16, 313,

Unsuccessful attack on Penobscot, 141.
Supplies, 255. The second, estimate for the year,

209, 315
Suppression of the Irish rebellion, 273.
Surinam, capture of, 287. Surrenders, 310.
Surrender of general Burgogne, 123.

Vaccination, noticed, 300,
Survey of hostile operations during suspension of

Vaiencia d'Alcantara suprised by generol Burgoyne,

24.
treaty, 7.
Suspension of habeas corpus act, 244.

loss of, 352.
Suüarror, general, his command, 284. Conduct, 280. l'alletort, lord, his contrast of England and France,
Dies, ib.

207.
Sutton, Manners, elected speaker, 389.

Vaughan, general, burns Escpus, 129. Takes St.
Sueden, affairs of, 339. Charles XIII. ascends the Eustatia, 108.
throne of, ib. Elects Bernadotte king, 346.

Vendee, La, civil war of, 253. Sermination, ib.
Svedes, efforts of the, 335. Conduct of their king. ib.

Vendean successes, 240,
Switzerland, hostile movements of French against,

Vergennes, count de, confers with American commis.
276. Its constitution changed, ib. Campaign in,

sioners, 128.
284. Affairs of, 301.

Vernon, Sir Edward, sails from Madras, 142.
Symptoms of hostility with France, 302.

Vice-Chancellor appointed, 353.
Vicissiendes of the campaign in Germany, 4
Victory of Grabenstein, 22. of lord llowe, 218. Of

the Nile, 277.
T

Victories, Daval, 25.

Vienna, congress at, 368.
Talavera, battle of, 341.

V'iensira, battle of, 361.
Tarleton, colonel, victory of, 157. llis manauvre

Violene debates respecting Wilkes, 70. Debates, 148.
and success, 158. Defeated, 179.

Vincent, S.. taken, 258.
Tarragona, loss of, 352. Failure of, 369.

Virginia, descent on, 149.
Tar on cyder and perry, 39. On land reduced, 63. Visitors, royal, to England, 366.
On shops repealed, 201.

Vittoria, battle of, 361.
Tares, new, rejected by commons, 181.

Voluntary contributions, 245.
Tasing colonies, debates and proceedings in England

Volunteer companies, 141. Associations, 303.
as to rights, 58.

Vorronteers, vote of thanks to, 304.
Tea destroyed at Boston, 84,

Volunteering of militia, 269.
Temple, his resignation, 15. Patriotisın, 0. Confers

Vore for the rolief of Portugal, 20.
with Pitt, 60. Remarkable card sent to him, 191. Votes of censore on various persons connected with
Test and corporation acts, 205. Their repeal op-

India, 183,
posed, ib.

Vyner institutes parliamentary enquiry into conduct
Thanksgiving for recovery of the kicg, .05.

of Burgoyne, 131.
Thurlow', appointed solicitor general, 74. Created a
baron on being made lord chancellor, 148.

W.
Ticonderaga fori taken, 92. Evacuated, 119.
Time-piece, Harrison's, 20.
Pippoo Saib, his success, 165. Conducted,' 210. Walcheren, expedition to, 339. Enquiry into the
War against him, 219. His conduct in the field, policy and conduct of it, 344.
Capital invested; sues for peace ; terins

Wales, princess dowager of mother to George III.
i granted ; Reflections thereon, 220.

Ilostile pre-

her death, 81.
parations, 283. Conduct and death ib.

-, prince of, his birth, 28. llis embarrassa:ents,
Title, royal, new, 293.

200. Consequences, ib. Answer to Pitt, 205.
Ticles conferred by Buonaparte, 324.

Marriage, 252. Debts arranged, ib. Claims of his
Tobago, surrender of, 2. taken, 238.

for arrears; grant ir bim of £60,000 for three
Tole:ation act, proposed alteration, 348.

years and a half, 303. Refused inilitary promotion,
Toll gates at Blackfriars-bridge burnt, 155.

304. Made regent, 348. Retains old ministry,
Toulouse, battle of, 366.

353. His letter approving them, ib. Delisers
Took, John Horne, tried and acquitted, 245. Elected speech from throne, 359. His letter to the queel,
member of parliament, &c. 294.

367. Addresses parliament, 372. Attacked going
Tortosa, surrender of, 351.

to house, 381 Relinquishes income, 381. Speech
Total defeat of Spaniards at Gibraltar, 184.

to parliament, 381.

Writes

-, princess of, charges against, 356.
Toulon, its port and fleet surrender to the British, 243.
Evacuated, ib.

letter to the king, ib. To the speaker, ib. Report
Tower, Cominjtments to, 381.

of commissioners, 358. Receives letter rom queen,

Letter to

answer, her letter to her husband, 3
Toonsend, marquis, made master of ordit ice, 81.
Trafalgar, victory of, 317.

the speaker, 568. Allowance voted her, ib. Leaves
Traitorous correspondence bill, 237.

England, ib.
Trarancore, rajah of, treats to purchase Datch forts, Wall, general, his letter, 18.
C10.

Wallace, attorney general, recommends a truce will
Traversing of indictments; bill to prevent, 392.

America. 181.
Treasure, ships detention of, 310.

Sir James, his services, m... Captured by
Treats for peace with France broken, 12. With the D'Estaing. 146.

Indians, 49. With the pabob of Oude, 5ti, With Want of harmony in the cabinet, 3:

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roism, ib.

War, German, debate on the expediency of, 16. In- minster ball by Habeas Corpus, 40. His speech ta

genious de fepce of it; declared against Spaio, 19. the judges ; discharged from custody, 41. Retares
In Germany protested against, ib. Declared by thanks to the court, ib. Dismissed from command of
France and Spain against Portugal, 23.

Declared militia 41. His North Briton ordered by commons
by Spain, 141. Iu India, 149. In India, 210. With to be burnt by common hangman, 49 Wounded in a
Tippoo Saib, 219. With Holland, 954. With duel with Mr. Martin, 44. Avoids house of con-
Russia, 292. Uopopularity of the, 45+.

With mons, 44. Goes to France. Expelled the house,
Holland, 305. In India, 309. Between Austria 45. His essay on women; condemned ; outlawed.
and France, 337.

ib. Starts as candidate for London ; elected member
Wardle, colonel, noticed, 335.

for Middlesex, 66. Addresses court of king's besch,
Warrants, general, 40. Declared illegal, 44.

66. Disturbances on his account, 66. lo prisoned
Washington, general, appointed to chief command of and fined 5001, 67. Petitions house of commons,

American army, 91. His biography, ib. Difficulties 69. Appeals on a writ of error to lords, ib. Violent
attending his situation, ib. Establishes a war of debates respecting him, 70. Motion for expelling
pests, 104. Refuses to receive letter from royal him house of commons, 71. Expelled and re-elected
commissioners, ib. His reason for such refusal to for Middlesex, 72. Subscriptions raised for him
congress, ib. His patriotic conduct, 107. Retreats elected for Middlesex a third time, 77, Not suf-
to Newark, ib. His question to colonel Reed, ib. fered to take his seat, ib. Discharged from prison,
Continues his retreat, ib. Invested with extraordi- ib. Chosen alderman, sheriff, lord mayor, and
nary powers, 108. Retreats to Princetown, 109. He. chamberlain, ib Re-chosen twice more for Middle-

State of his army, 117. Advantages of sex; obtains the expunging of proceedings of com
his position at Whitenarsh, 194. His situation, mons from journal subsequeut to declension of popo-
143. His general order, 176. Resigos his govera- larity, ib. Discharges Wheble the printer, 19.
ment, 259.

Ordered to appear at bar of house of commons; his
-, expedition to, 371.

letter to speaker ; declining to obey, ib.
Warren, Sir John Ballasse, captures French frigates, William Henry, prince, third son of George 111,
248. Naval victory, 275.

created duke of Clarence, 52.
Waterloo, battle of, 373.

Windows, new duty on, 194.
Watson, colonel, reinforces lord Rawdon, 172. Winter, admiral de, defeated, 264.
Watt, (the state spy.) executed, 244.

Wirtemburg, prince of, his marriage, cô6.
Ways and means, 70, 129, 237.
Webb, (late secretary to treasury,) charges against
him, 68.

X
Wechabites, sect of, 347.
Welderer, count, delivers memorial to George III. Xavier, prince of Saxony, 22.

114.
Wellesley, marquis, his preparations against Tippoo
Saib, 283.

Y
general, his success in India, 309. Arrives
at Corunna, 331. Gains battles of koleia and Yarmouth, lord, arrives from captivity in France, 5.1.
Trineira; sails from England ; arrives at Lisbon, Communicates message from Tallegrand, ib.
341. Takes Oporto , gains battles of Talavera, 341. Yeomanry, force of Ireland, 270.
Created viscount Wellington, ib. Forms the lines

York, duke of, added to privy council on accession of
of Torres Vedras, 342. Quits Basaco, 340. Falls

George III., 1.
back to Torres Vedras, ib. Raises siege of Ba- ---, duke of, second son of George III.; bis mar.
dajoz, 352.

riage, 215. Allowance granted him thereon, 216.
IVellington, captures Ciudad Roderigo ; created by His campaign, 239. Returns to England, 250,

Cortes duke thereof, 352. Captures Badajoz, 35. Appointed held marsbal and commander-in-chief-
Enters Spain, 353. Gains victory of Salanıanca, 254. Lands in Holland, 286. Campaign, ib. Ne
ib. Captures Madrid, ib. Appointed generalissimo gotiates and reaches England, 287. Charges pre-
of Spain ; Created earl and marquis, ib. Gains battle ferred against him, 335. Resigns oftice, ib. Re-
of Vittorja, 361. Enters France, ib. Crosses the

stored as commander-in-chief, 349. His communi.
Adour, 363. Gains battle of Toulouse, 266. Created

cation to lords Grey, &c.
marquis, duke, &c. 367. Gains battle of Waterloo,

York, New, act passed to restrain its assemblies, 64.
373. Further grant, 375. Enters Paris, 376.

Preparations against, 100. Do. for its defence,
West Indies, operations in, 177, 252. British snecors 103. Taken, 100.

in the, 258. Islands lost, 183. Attempt on, by Yorke, Charles, accepts the great seal; elevated to
French fleets, 317.

peerage ; sudden death, 74.
Westminster scrutiny closed, 196. Police bill passed,

Sir Joseph, presents memorial to states gene-
216.

ral, 114.
Weymouth, lord, his letter to Chairman of Lambeth

-, Archbishop of, his political language, 197.
quarter sessions, 70.

Yorck, d', visits England, 367.
Whittam, Messenger, city proceedings against him,

79.
Whites, colonel Joho, 'remarkable exploits of, 146.

Z
Whitehill, president suspendeu, 177.
Whitelocke, general, cashiered, 326.

Zaddas Sha, noticed, 53,
Wilkes, John, his North Briton, ib. No. 45 of it, ib.

Arms against Eng.and, 35.
Committed to the tower, 40. Brought up to West.

Zoutman, admiral, poticed, 178.

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