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Holland. - Envoy Ext. and Plen. Naples. --Envoy Ext. and Plen. Hon.
Sir William Hamilton, K. B.
Venice.-Chargé d'Affaires, Robert
Swiss Cantons...Chargé d'Affaires,
OF PEERS WHO DIED IN 1789. Venice.-Relident, Monsieur Lavez LETCHER Lord Grantly; suczari.
ceeded by his son, the Honourable
William, Viscount Courtenay; fuc-
Robert Murray Keith, K, B. William Courtenay Brussels.—Min. Plen. Viscount Tor- Noel, Lord Berwick; fucceeded by his rington.
fon, the Honourable Thomas Noel
Jonathan Shipley, Lord Bishop of St.
James, Viscount Clifden of Ireland;
Thomas, Duke of Leeds; fucceeded
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-
Minister to the Dict of Ratisbon, James, Earl of Lauderdale in Scotland;
succeeded by his son, James, Lord Elector of Cologne, and Landg.of Hesse Maitland.
Caffel, Min. Plen. Ralph Heathcote, Richard, Viscount Boyne of Ireland;
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;
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.
able James Ruthven.
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tifice, 459. Their wars, 460. Singu-
lar cultoms previous to a' long jour:
Biography, Select, 17, 47, 89, 127,
British nation, its strength and grandeur,
Bohun-Upas, or poison-tree of Java,
served on their first institution, 195. 87.
cumstance relative to him, 133.
of the manner of, 185.
dent poverty at the annual exhibition, 233.
Beauty, historical lesson for its votaries,
count of a, 246.
parts of America, extracts from, Ingenuity of one, 424.
Boydell's Exhibition, come account of,
sufferings in America, 400, 402, Benevolence, its perils, 307.
Brutes, fingularly noticed by the Neu-
Baths, hot, in the Hottentot country,
Boshmen Savages, their remarkable
Buffalo, wild, remarkable adventure
with one, 334.
Bundling, a curious custom practised
Curious method of Battle, thoughts previous to one, 399.
lofs of, 349.
dote of, 513.
collecting the dead and wounded af. caster and Thomas Mowbray tis.
of Norfolk, 158.
biid, by Edward Jeuner, Esq. 16%,
Coriolanus, revival of, at Drury Lane
Craver's, Lady, Journey to Conftan-
Her interview with the King of lo-
Cavern neas the Sorgue, account of zr
Cossack entertainment, description of
China, anecdotes of the historical ti-
unit the address of the Irish parliament medical knowledge in that country,
Charter, the firft granted to the city of
London by William the Conqueros,
Curfew, account of its first inftitution,
cruel one, 200.
able anliver made to Mr. Hanway by
land, 51. Observations on the cha: another, 260.
in his reign, 244
fingular manner by the Emperor of Cowper, Lord Chancellos, a saying of
and Commons, refult of the, 97. parture of one for Mecca, 281.
by a married lady, 296.
teimination of, 297.
on him at Florence, 300.
Curiosity, natural, seen by Mrs. Piozzi Dorset, Duke of, letter to the Count
de Montmorin, relative to a plot on
the port of Brest, 508.
East India Company, fate of the, 15.
Events, Domestic, 30, 31, 32, 70, 71,
72, 111, 148, 190, 228, 267, 301,
342, 372, 488, 520.
Emperor of Germany, late, anecdote of,
78. Joleph the Second's manner of
giving audience to foreigners, So. His
influence on European politics, 212,
Domestic regulations observed by,
328. Anecdote of, and an innkeeper's
his army, through the Pyrenean
Mountains, in his way to attack Pe.
ser the Cruel of Castille, 137.
Esprii, anecdote of, 347.
Epaminondas, the Theban general, glo-
rious death of, 349.
death of, 349.
Edict, a cruel, 365.
Exccution of victims at Abomey, de-
fcriprion of the, 367.
Exclamation, fingular, made by a fare
mer at the point of death, 384.
Admirable dispositions of, previous
tradiction of a report propagated in
notions in, 125.
Change of the
Fenelon, Archbishop, tribuie to the
dore of, 116.
Froft, hard, account of the, 148.
Dutch treaty, 45.
in one, 329.