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Holland. - Envoy Ext. and Plen. Naples. --Envoy Ext. and Plen. Hon.
Baron de Nagell.

Sir William Hamilton, K. B.
France.- Ambassador, Marquis de la Florence.-Envoy Ext. Lord Hervey.
Luzerne.

Venice.-Chargé d'Affaires, Robert
Spain.-Ambasador Ext. Marquis del Richie, Era.
Campo.

Swiss Cantons...Chargé d'Affaires,
Two Sicilies.--Envoy Ext. Comte de Col. Braun.
Lucchese.

LIST
Sardinia.-Envoy Ext. Comte St. Mar-
tin de Front.

OF PEERS WHO DIED IN 1789. Venice.-Relident, Monsieur Lavez LETCHER Lord Grantly; suczari.

ceeded by his son, the Honourable

William Norton.
HIS MAJESTY'S MINISTERS ABROAD.

William, Viscount Courtenay; fuc-
VIENNA.-Envoy Ext, and Plen, Sir ceeded by his fon, the Honourable

Robert Murray Keith, K, B. William Courtenay Brussels.—Min. Plen. Viscount Tor- Noel, Lord Berwick; fucceeded by his rington.

fon, the Honourable Thomas Noel
Russia.-Envoy Ext, and Plen. Charles Hill.
Whirworth, Elq.

Jonathan Shipley, Lord Bishop of St.
Sweden.-Envoy Ext. Robert Liston, Afaph.
Esq.

James, Viscount Clifden of Ireland;
Chargé d'Affaires, Cha. Keene, Esq. fucceeded by his fon, the Honourable
Copenhagen. -Envoy Ext. and Min. Henry William Agar.
Plen. Hugh Elliot, Esq.

Thomas, Duke of Leeds; fucceeded
Poland,-Envoy Ext. Daniel Hailles, by his son, Francis, Marquis of Car-
Efq.

marthen. Pruflia. Envoy Extr. and Min. Plen. Ralph, Viscount Wicklow of Ireland; Joseph Ewart, Esq.

succeeded by his font, the Honourable Saxony.-Envoy Ext. and Min. Plen. Robert Howard. Morton Eden, Esq.

John, Earl of Stair in Scotland; fuc-
Chargé d'Affaires, D. Gray, Esq. ceeded by his son, John, Lord Dal-
Min. Plen, to the Elector-Palatine, and rymple.

Minister to the Dict of Ratisbon, James, Earl of Lauderdale in Scotland;
Thomas Walpole, Esq.

succeeded by his son, James, Lord Elector of Cologne, and Landg.of Hesse Maitland.

Caffel, Min. Plen. Ralph Heathcote, Richard, Viscount Boyne of Ireland;
Esq.

fucceeded by his son, the Honourable Holland.-Envoy Ext, and Min. Plen. Gultayıs Hamilton.

Right Hon. Alleyne Firzherbert, James, Duke of Chandos; title extinct. Min. Plen. to the Circle of Lower Francis, Earl of Huntingdon ; title ex

Saxony, and Refident with the Hans tinct.

Towns, Eman. Mathias, Efq. James, Earl of Abercorn in Scotland;
France.--Secretary of Embassy, Lord fucceeded by his nephew, John James
Henry Fitzgerald.

Hamilton.
Spain. - Ambassador Ext, and Min. George, Earl of Waldegrave; succeeded
Plen. Lord Auckland.

by his fon, George Viscount Chewion. Portugal.—Envoy Ext. and Plen. Hon. George, Earl Cowper ; fucceeded by Robert Walpole.

his son, George Auguftus, Viscount Conftantinople.--Ambaffador, Sir Ro. Fordwich. bert Ainslie, Knt.

James, Lord Ruthven in Scotland ; Turin.-Eovoy Ex. and Min. Plen. succeeded by his fon, the HonourHon, John Trevor.

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tifice, 459. Their wars, 460. Singu-

lar cultoms previous to a' long jour:
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MERICAN farmer's way of

ney, 462.
life, written by himself, 7. Aets, Public, list of, passed in 1789,
Ancient History, view of, 10.

509.
Assyrian empire, end of the, 13.
Arria, her heroism, 74.

Biography, Select, 17, 47, 89, 127,
Abdolonymus railed from the office of 172, 205, 248, 282, 313, 357, 388,
gardener, to a kingdom, 76.

430, 467.
Alexander VI. obfervation made by, 78. Benezet's account of Guinea, 27.
Alliance, defensive, between Great Bri- Bavarians, their characteristic traits, 34.
tain and Pruffia, 89.

British nation, its strength and grandeur,
Aladin, account of that pantomimé, 44.
93.

Bohun-Upas, or poison-tree of Java,
Ainerican war, thoughts on the late, 127. curious and interesting account of, 84.
Assemblies, Russian, tingular rules ob- British linen manufactories, their failure

served on their first institution, 195. 87.
Anecdotes, by J. P. Andrews, 233, Bolingbroke, Lord, extraordinary cir-
27'3, 312, 345, 449.

cumstance relative to him, 133.
Ancient and Modern Times, compari. Beauty, Oriental, in extreme distress,
fon between, 244.

155
Ammunition, a disgusting species of, Bathing, at Athens, curious account
245

of the manner of, 185.
Animals, affection between them, 246. Birds, observations on their potes and
Adams's Anecdotes, review of, 262. language, 204. On their sex, 466.
Advice, neglected, effects of, 278. Ballet, serious, of Capt. Cook's death,
Arts, history of the, 288.

215.
Academy, Royal, reasons for its evi- Body, dead, singular lecture over one,

dent poverty at the annual exhibition, 233.
288.

Beauty, historical lesson for its votaries,
Athelftane, the supposed murderer of 238. Definition of it among the
his brother, 311.

Moors, 457
Albertuś, Count of Moha, melancholy Botanic discovery made in Sweden, ac-

count of a, 246.
Anburey's Travels through the interior Blind man, curious account of one, 275.

parts of America, extracts from, Ingenuity of one, 424.
397, 440.

Boydell's Exhibition, come account of,
Ackland, Lady Harriet, relation of her 289.

sufferings in America, 400, 402, Benevolence, its perils, 307.
441.

Brutes, fingularly noticed by the Neu-
Affection, parental, extraordinary in politans, 324.
Itance of, 442.

Baths, hot, in the Hottentot country,
André, Major, particulars of his cap wonderful effects of, 332.
ture and death, 444.

Boshmen Savages, their remarkable
Authors, put to Aight in a whimsical

conduct, 332.
manner, 451

Buffalo, wild, remarkable adventure
Alexei Michailovitsh, magnanimous

with one, 334.
resolution of, 452.

Bundling, a curious custom practised
Arabs, Wild, names of their different in New England, 357.
tribes, 456.

Curious method of Battle, thoughts previous to one, 399.
milking their flocks, 457. Their ar Pathetic defcription of the manner of

collector

lofs of, 349.

one, 182.

dote of, 513.

collecting the dead and wounded af. caster and Thomas Mowbray tis.
ter an action, 401.

of Norfolk, 158.
Burke, Mr. remas kable expressions of, Cuckno, interesting particulars of ihat
411.

biid, by Edward Jeuner, Esq. 16%,
Baviere, Madame de, extracts from her 169, !70, 171, 172.
Original Letters, 417

Coriolanus, revival of, at Drury Lane
Bunker's Hill, short 'account of the theatre, 176.
battle of, 441.

Craver's, Lady, Journey to Conftan-
Breaits, their singular use among the tinople, described by herself, 15.
Arab women, 464.

Her interview with the King of lo-
Battle of Hexham, the, a comedy, ac. Jand, 181.
count of, 470.

Cavern neas the Sorgue, account of zr
Benevolent Planters, a musical prelude, unfathomable one, 178.
fome account of the, 470.

Cossack entertainment, description of
Briffon's Narrative of his shipwreck and
Captivity, 471

China, anecdotes of the historical ti-
Buckingham, Marquis, refusal to trans bunal of, 193. Singular itute of

unit the address of the Irish parliament medical knowledge in that country,
to the Prince of Wales, 504.

246.
Bailey, Dean, and Miss Catiey, anec. Catinat, Mareschal, anecdote of, 197.

Charter, the firft granted to the city of
C.

London by William the Conqueros,
Charles XII. of Sweden, anecdotes of, 199.
3, 159, 160, 392, 499.

Curfew, account of its first inftitution,
Creichton, Captain, adventures of, 4. 199.
Cox, Mr. relates several Rullian anec. Ceremony, religious, instance of a
dotes, 4, 5.

cruel one, 200.
Chaltity, remarkable instance of, 6. Coachman, humorous anecdote of one,
Carthage, foundation of, 12.

209.
Commercial treaty, thoughts on the, 14. Chimney.fweeper's apprentice, remark-
Continental war, 15, 174:

able anliver made to Mr. Hanway by
Charles II. fingular anecdote of, 40. one, 209.
Cambyses conquers Egypt, 41. Convict, uncommon escape of one at
Charlotte, Queen, arrival of, in Enge Teneriffe, 217. Miserable fate of

land, 51. Observations on the cha: another, 260.
racter of, 128. Addressed by the Convicts, at Port Jackson, some of them
two houses to accept the care of his return to their old practices, 2:3.
Majesty's person during his illness, Tried and executed, 223,
225. Her answer, 226. Her visit Charlemain, melancholy detiny of his
to Covent Garden theatre, 257. Is fucceffors, 236. Horrid punishments
appointed a council, 410.

in his reign, 244
Criminals, condemned, destroyed in a Courage, ftoiking instance of, 238.

fingular manner by the Emperor of Cowper, Lord Chancellos, a saying of

Java, 85
Child of Nature, a new trandation, Canary birds, hints for improving their
fome account of the, 93.

breed, 247
Conference between the Houses of Lords Caravan, curious ceremony on the de-

and Commons, refult of the, 97. parture of one for Mecca, 281.
Condor, a monitrous bird of Peru, de- Cicifbeism, curious instance of, related
fcribed, 125

by a married lady, 296.
Cheselden, Mrs. extraordinary opinion Conjugal disputes in Italy, humoros
held by her, 132.

teimination of, 297.
Cook's River, account of the inhabi- Cook, Captain, eulogium pronounced
tants of, 143.

on him at Florence, 300.
Cookery, lingular fpecies of at Atoui, Complaisance, fingular infance of,
154.

309.
Combat, defcription of an intended Cowardice, remarkable instance of 1
qne betwcen Henry Duke of Lan. 312.

Curiosity,

his, 240,

the, 425

a, 499.

Curiosity, natural, seen by Mrs. Piozzi Dorset, Duke of, letter to the Count
at Milan, 326.

de Montmorin, relative to a plot on
Caffres, their hospitality, 336.

the port of Brest, 508.
Cati le, fingular method ufed in Caffra-

E.
ria, of calling them together, 337.
Camelopardalis, defcription of, 341.

East India Company, fate of the, 15.

Events, Domestic, 30, 31, 32, 70, 71,
Christina, Queen of Sweden, fingular
anecdote of, 347

72, 111, 148, 190, 228, 267, 301,

342, 372, 488, 520.
Chastity, curions way of preserving it

Emperor of Germany, late, anecdote of,
among the Hottentots, 350.

78. Joleph the Second's manner of
Confett's Tour through Sweden, Swe-

giving audience to foreigners, So. His
dish Lapland, Finland, and Den-

influence on European politics, 212,
mark, account of, 370.

Domestic regulations observed by,
Coinmodus, the Life of, 402. Cause

328. Anecdote of, and an innkeeper's
of his profligacy, 404. His atchiev.

423
ments in the amphitheatre, 405. Edward the Black Prince, partage of
Poisoned by Marcia, 407.

his army, through the Pyrenean
Condé, Prince of, anecdote refpe&ting

Mountains, in his way to attack Pe.

ser the Cruel of Castille, 137.
Catley, Mifs; Memoirs of, 482, 513. Elincre, Lord Chancellor, anecdute of,
Cromwell, Oliver, anecdote of, 493.

160.
Comet, Dr. Herschell's obfervations on

Esprii, anecdote of, 347.
Chatterton, Gregory's Life of, sito

Epaminondas, the Theban general, glo-

rious death of, 349.
Council, Privy, list of the, 5316 Euripides, the Greek poet, fingular
D.

death of, 349.
Dionyfius the Tyrant, anecdore of; 37. Eunuch's Sciaglio, come account of an,

Edict, a cruel, 365.
Damon and Pythias, ttory of, 38.
Dramatic anecdotes, 40.

366.

Exccution of victims at Abomey, de-
Duels, particulars of, 111, 359, 524:

fcriprion of the, 367.
Dog, sensibility in a, 233.

Friendship

Exclamation, fingular, made by a fare

mer at the point of death, 384.
Dances; lascivious, performed in Tur: Errors, inítances of, 449.
key before youth, 279.

F.
Dancers, publie female, of Egypt de: Frederick II. of Prussia; anecdotes of,
scribed, 280. Singular punishment 8, 25, 26. Condefcenfion of, 250.

Admirable dispositions of, previous
Drawings, lift of, by eminent artists, to the battle of Sorau, 256. Con-
288.

tradiction of a report propagated in
Dramatist, the, an account of, 292. bis disfavour, 282. Anecdotes of,
Distress, parental, occafioned by an

329, 382.
eruption of Mount Vesuvius, 305. France, fituation of, previous to the
Death, the event of, treated in ševolution, 14, 46. * Popular como
uncommon manner by the Italians,

notions in, 125.

Change of the
323.

miniftry, 126.
Jahomans, history of the, 364. Filial piety, remarkabla infance of, 36.
Denmark, Prince of, anecdotes relating Florentine fanily, m.isfurtunes of, 73.
to the, 382, 494.

Fenelon, Archbishop, tribuie to the
Derviles, Turkill, thcir character, 387. memory of, 115.
Dungeon, defcription of a horrid, 390. Flovd's, David, boid specch to King
Delpot, Oriental, fingular fate of, 493: James, 116.
Declaration; candid, ivhinsical effect of, Francia, Francesco, the painter, aneca
496.

dore of, 116.
Detentive alliance, treaty of, between Furs, 'method of purchafing, on the
the Kings of England and Prufling north-weft coaft of America, 139.

Froft, hard, account of the, 148.

Falle

Dutch treaty, 45.

in one, 329.

of, 368.

an

594.

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