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Lee, major, noticed ; captures British garrison at Masterly retreat of the Americans, 179.
Natthetes, general, noticed, 107.
Maxwell, general, surprises Elizabeth Town, 119.
M Pherson, Jolin, Capt. killed, 94.
Mecklenburg, Princess Charlotte up, chosen by George
Meeting of new parliament, 16. Of parliament, 126.
Do. 139, Do. 207. In the nary, 202.
Mehee de la Touche noticed, 311.
Melville, lord, proceedings against, 313.. Resigns
situation, 314. Erased from privy council, 315.
Memorial of pavy officers presented to the king, 1*.
of French executive, 229. Replied to by
ditional duty on ale, ib. To India Company of Mends, captain, bis squadron, sources of, 343
Mercer, general, receives three bayonet Fouods,
which occasion his death, 109.
to the king, 74. Sends up a second, 77. A third Messages from Priace Regent, 389.
Middleton, surgeon, noticed, 44.
Miles, colonel, noticed, 105.
Military events on the Continent, 238. Operations en
by special commission, 155. Made lord Chancellor, ments, 320. Plan of lord Castlereaghi, 328.
Militia, ballot, productive of riot, 3. New, uncoe-
stitutional, 96. Bill to raise Scotch, 97. Rejected,
their services, 269. Consolidation of laws, 30).
Local, noticed, 394. Augmentation of, 335.
Ministers, relinguish income, 381.
Ministerial appointments, 341. Disputes and cbanges,
340. Differences, 354. Negociations, ib. Profa
Ministry, conduct of, 15. Steps taken by, ib. Change
State of the poll. Consequences, 72. ib. Outvoted and resign, 186. A new one, 191.
New one formed, 29+. New, its members, 318.
Appointments in the, 313. New, 320. Change of
Miquelon, isle of, given to France, 37.
Miranda, general, noticed, 3.2.
Mir Cossim noticed, 53. His attempt against the
India Company, details of it, ib.
Nilford, Sir John, resigns the situation of speaker ce
accepting the othce of lord chancellor of Ireland,
with title of lord Redesdale, 300.
Monchton, general, commands successful expedition
against Martinico, 26.
Motion on American war, 167. Of censure op lord
Of Mr. Flood, for parliamentary reform, 208. Fer
reform in parliament, 218. For negotiation with
France, 228. For sending minister to Paris, ih.
For peace, barracks, &c. 237. Against American
Moore, Sir John, noticed, 332. Retreat, battle of
Corunna, &c. 333.
Moscow, destruction of, 356.
Mosquito settlers evacuate Honduras, 200.
ib. Saved from justly merited pillage, though taken 373.
Murders in metropolis, 354.
Murat, joins the allies, 363. Advances against
Austria, 376. Keturns to Naples; killed, ib.
American war, 97. House in London destroyed
Naples made a republic, 284.
National force, increase of, côi.
Naval preparations, 136. Affairs, 252. Mutiny, 02.
Operations, 263. Do. 292. Actions, 297. Do. 371.
Do. 350. Engagements, 362.
Navy, review of the, 83.
Negapatam, surrender of, 178.
Negotiation for peace with l'rance, 10. Main points on
Restored with Marigalante to France, 33. Taken, peace unsuccessful, 259. Renewed and broken oft,
Veilson, Samuel, rebel chief, 271.
ib. Prorogation of, 335. Corrupt practices in, 330.
Cadiz, 264. His victory off the Nile, 277. Goza Proceedings of, 358. Closed, 359, 362. Re-assem-
Parliamentary privilege, 43, Reform, 196. Pro.
Partiality of George 11. for his native dominions, i.
Right of fishing wettled, 33. Loss of vessels at, 259. Patna taken by India company, 51.
Paul, emperor of Russia, succeeds his mother, 250.
Peace, overtures for, from France and Spain, 30.
Preliminaries sigoed, 33. General motives for, 186.
With the Mahrattas, 189. Negotiations for, un
successful, 259. Between Austria and France,
Elected chancellor of Oxford, 81. His conciliatory Amiens, 298. Sentiments on the, 299. Negotiation
for 321. Signed, 316.
Percival, assassination of, 35+. Character; provisioa
Peter III. succeeds to empire of Russia, 21.
and popular regulations; foreign politics ; desire
form ; deposition and death, 21.
Petition of Wilkes to commons, 68
3. In favour of America, 58. Of county delegates,
107. Against American war, 180.
Phillippine isiands, invasion of, xud capture, 28.
Philadelphia taken, 117. Evacuated, 13+.
Pichegru, his campaign. 250.
Pierson, major, killed, 167.
Pitt, (lørd Chatham,) unfavourable to peace. 6. His
Indies, 177. In Virginia, 174 On the Frontiers, the king, and resignation of office. His conduct, 15.
Remarkable speech on taxing America, 57. Sent
Mr. Thomas, his speech on influence of the
His communication to the commons, 192. India
bill, 194. Sinking fund, 199. Motion for parlia-
mentary reform, 203, Remarks on slave trade,
204. Proposal to seize unclaimed dividends, 211.
Speech on moving address, 230. Message relative
to peace, 255. His duel. 208. Speech on the right
of search, 293. Resigns, ib. Motion on naval
defedre. 308. Returns to office, ib. His illness,
public funeral, ib,
Plan of attack of prince Ferdinand, 1.
Plans of conciliation rejected by America, 118. Of
Points of dispute in Degotiation with France, 11.
Pondicherry capitulates, 142. Taken, 238.
Poor, education of the, 384.
Pope, the, dies at Valence, 276. Restoration of, 307.
Popham, Sir Home, his expedition to Buenos Ayres,
300. Recalled ; tried and reprimanded, 323.
Popular meetings, 389.
Population of England, ascertained by authority, 293
Returns of, ib. Act returns of, 355.
Porto Rico, failure at, 264.
pation of, 365. Convention of, 366. State of, 373. and Spain towards, 23. Receives the assistance of
Great Britain, ib. lavasion of, 293. Operations
Closes, 21. Opened with speech from throne, 34. Pouys, Mr. motion against American war, 179.
Proceedings respecting Poynings law protested agaiost in Ireland, 189.
Proposals of Prench for peace, rejected, 287.
Rulle, Baron de, attacks Jersey, 107. 'Merally
Rrumbold, Sir Thomas, bill of pains and penaltians
war, 19. of lords against repealing the Stamp Act, -, Sir George, seizure of, 311.
Rupture with Spain, 209. Setuled, 2!0. Rnssia, 213.
Discussion on it, ib.
situation of, 21. Success of, ib. Makes peace with III. to the throne of, ib. Deposition and death;
Proceedings thereon, ib.
Salt tax, augumented, 313.
Santa Cruz, failure at, 264.
-, Maura, taken, 346.:
Sardinia, subsidy to, 237.
Savannah, taken by the English, 136. Its seige raised,
of commons to her majesty, ib. Dowry granted Saumares, Sir James, ais actioo, 297.
Saroy, duchy of, made a Freuch department, 294.
Sarilie, Sir George, bill in favour of Roman Catholics,
131. House destroyed by rioters, 154.
Saubridge, alderman, his motion for short parlia.
Saure, Mr. committed to the tower, 95
Scarcity of corn, 255.
-, great, 290. A renewal of it, :93
Scorrish cpiscopalians, bill in favour of, 218.
Senegal, secured to England, 33.
Sheriff's of London assaulted while attending toe
burning of Wilke's North Briton, 44.
tions, 198. Sentiments on French principles, 207.
Shop tax, 97 Repealed, 205.
Sicily, attempt on it, 317.
Sidmouth, lord, his circular, 392.
107. Extraordinary fatigues of garrison, 108.
Sierra Leone, settlement of, 212.
Slare merchants of Germany, 95.
trade, petition of quakers against, 190. Bill
to regulate it, 203. Its abolition mored, 900.
ings in, 309. Further steps to abolish, 320.
Smith, general, his motion on Indian affairs, 166.
-, colonel, defeats Hyder Ally, 73.
the publican, his connection with Rose, 217.
Sir Sydney, W. his services at Toulon, 243.
Defence of Acre, 282. Destroys Turkish squa-
against catholicism, 148. In London, 154. At Smuggling, measures for preventing, 31.
ductive of warm debates in cabinet, ib. Conduct
ters sustained by, 29. Preliminaries of peace with,
186. Convention, with 200. Rupture with, 609
clares war against Britain, 259. Rapture with, 310
l'ake. St. Eustatia, 168. Defeats French Spanish ambassador recalled, 18. His manifesto od
leaving London, ib. War declared, 19. Cause,
America, state of, 347
casting vote against fortification bill, 199.
gives casting vote against lord Melville, 314. Re
signs ofhce, 350.
Speech of George III, for making judges independent,
markable features, 4. Royal, 387.
Sidehldor escapes, 200,
Stemp, act, American passed, 51 Repealed, 59.
the elector of Hesse and the duke of Brunswick,
200. Considered by commons, ib. of Campo
Formio, 265. Of Tilsit, 225. of peace between
Austria and France, 339.
Trial of Hastings, 203,
Trials, state, 382 And executions for treason, 273.
Triple assessment, 268.
Turks islands, 50.
Tuscany makes peace with France, 253.
Tyrolese, efforts of the, 339.
Union with Ireland, proposed, 279. Proceeding
thereon, ib. Completed, 289.
Universal disposition towards peace, 31.
Unsuccessful attack on Penobscot, 141.
Vaccination, noticed, 300,
Vaiencia d'Alcantara suprised by generol Burgoyne,
loss of, 352.
Vaughan, general, burns Escpus, 129. Takes St.
Vendee, La, civil war of, 253. Sermination, ib.
Vendean successes, 240,
Vergennes, count de, confers with American commis.
Vernon, Sir Edward, sails from Madras, 142.
Vice-Chancellor appointed, 353.
the Nile, 277.
Victories, Daval, 25.
Vienna, congress at, 368.
V'iensira, battle of, 361.
Violene debates respecting Wilkes, 70. Debates, 148.
Vincent, S.. taken, 258.
Virginia, descent on, 149.
Vittoria, battle of, 361.
Voluntary contributions, 245.
Volunteer companies, 141. Associations, 303.
Vorronteers, vote of thanks to, 304.
Volunteering of militia, 269.
Vore for the rolief of Portugal, 20.
Vyner institutes parliamentary enquiry into conduct
of Burgoyne, 131.
Wales, princess dowager of mother to George III.
her death, 81.
-, prince of, his birth, 28. llis embarrassa:ents,
200. Consequences, ib. Answer to Pitt, 205.
Marriage, 252. Debts arranged, ib. Claims of his
for arrears; grant ir bim of £60,000 for three
years and a half, 303. Refused inilitary promotion,
304. Made regent, 348. Retains old ministry,
353. His letter approving them, ib. Delisers
367. Addresses parliament, 372. Attacked going
to house, 381 Relinquishes income, 381. Speech
to parliament, 381.
-, princess of, charges against, 356.
letter to the king, ib. To the speaker, ib. Report
of commissioners, 358. Receives letter rom queen,
answer, her letter to her husband, 3
the speaker, 568. Allowance voted her, ib. Leaves
Wallace, attorney general, recommends a truce will
Sir James, his services, m... Captured by
Indians, 49. With the pabob of Oude, 5ti, With Want of harmony in the cabinet, 3:
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
Declared militia 41. His North Briton ordered by commons
With mons, 44. Goes to France. Expelled the house,
ib. Starts as candidate for London ; elected member
for Middlesex, 66. Addresses court of king's besch,
66. Disturbances on his account, 66. lo prisoned
American army, 91. His biography, ib. Difficulties 69. Appeals on a writ of error to lords, ib. Violent
State of his army, 117. Advantages of sex; obtains the expunging of proceedings of com
Ordered to appear at bar of house of commons; his
letter to speaker ; declining to obey, ib.
created duke of Clarence, 52.
Windows, new duty on, 194.
Wirtemburg, prince of, his marriage, cô6.
York, duke of, added to privy council on accession of
George III., 1.
riage, 215. Allowance granted him thereon, 216.
Cortes duke thereof, 352. Captures Badajoz, 35. Appointed held marsbal and commander-in-chief-
stored as commander-in-chief, 349. His communi.
cation to lords Grey, &c.
York, New, act passed to restrain its assemblies, 64.
Preparations against, 100. Do. for its defence,
in the, 258. Islands lost, 183. Attempt on, by Yorke, Charles, accepts the great seal; elevated to
peerage ; sudden death, 74.
Sir Joseph, presents memorial to states gene-
-, Archbishop of, his political language, 197.
Yorck, d', visits England, 367.
Zaddas Sha, noticed, 53,
Arms against Eng.and, 35.
Zoutman, admiral, poticed, 178.
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