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APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLE.

9 lisgaidaia 'ads to stoi 32 at 11 ha London Gazette, January 17

70 London Gazette Extraordinary, February 27

72 The like, March 3 Tes

73 The like, October 16

75 Articles of the Capitulation of the Island of Trinidad

78
Account of the Royal Procession to St. Paul's : A
Petition of the City of London to the King for Peace, and the Dismissal of his
Ministers

84 Resolutions passed in Common Hall, May 11?

JESUS ibid. Petition for Peace, to the King, from the County of Middle fexo brko86 The like, from the City of Weiminfierul We selon 0187 The like, from the County of Down, in Ireland

&9 Account of the Advances made for the Service of the Emperor, fince Decentober 13, 1796, and also of the Securities for Repayment of the yume na 190 Report of the secret Committee to inquire into the Financial State of the 26 Nation

ON ? Orly ) sosoq? on ibid. Report from the Commiltee of Secrecy, appointed, by the House of Lords, 10 si examine and State the total Amount

of outftanding Demands on the Bank of 20England, and likereife of the funds for discharging the same, &coinska 96 Account of all Bills drawn on the Tredfury, from the Trand of St. Domingo. ES

during the War, together with a Return of the Deaths and Cafualites which bs have taken Place in the British Forces there. Nullam non 110

Account of all Additions made to the Annual Charge of the Public Debt, by Pesthe Interest or Annuities of any Loan made, or Annuities created, fubfc?? quent to January 1, 1793, und also the Produce of the Duties granted for se defraying the Charge, in respect of the same, in the Year ended Jan.5, 1

, 1797, El 18 de Dis 111 Copies of the Refolutions of the Court of Directors of the Bank of England,

See mosch we afwers of the Chancellor of the Exchequer theretol 118 Copies of all Communications between the Directors of the Bank and Chancellor se of the Exchequer, respeding Advances to Government, firice Nov. 1, 1794,

il ligh V 119 Summary of the Report of the Secret Committee of the Irish Houfe of Commons, hisappointed to confder of the Papers feixed at Belfapt 01. Mai hartoh) w1 45

Subfance

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Subfiance of the Instructions relative to the Baggage and Marches of the Army.
in Cafe of Invafon

147
Abiraš of the Will of the late Mr. Thellafon

148
Petition of the Irish Roman Catholics to the Lord-Lieutenant

151
Trial at the Old Bailey of Mrs. Phipoe for the Murder of Mary Cor 152
Average Prices of Corn for the Year 1797

*155
A general Bill for Christenings and Burials for 1797

156
Account of the Nett Produce of Taxes for 1797

157
Account of the Number of Persons who pay Allefled Taxes

159
Account of the Amount of Bills accepted by the Treasury during 1797, ibid.
Amount of the Sums paid, during 1797, for Bounties for Corn imported 160
Satement of Services and Grants from 1722 to 1797

ibid.
Prices. of Stock for, the Year 1797

162
Principal Public Ads passed in the first Session of the eighteenth Parliament
of Great Britain

* 163
Meteorological Table for 1797

165
Supplies granted by Parliament for 1797

166

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Mesage from the King to the House of Comnions)

, Februry 27
Lord Oxford's Proteft, March 23

ibid.
Mesage from the King to the House of Commons, April 3.

· 176
The like, April 29
Protest of the Duke of Bedford and Lord Chedworth, May 20

ibid.

180
Message from the King to the House of Commons, Jure i
The like, July 6

ibid.
His Majesty's Speeeh on closing the Seffion, July 20

181
Copy of the whole Proceedings relative to the Negociation between Lord Mulme;-
bury and the Minisers of the French Republic, at Life

ibid.

223
Declaration published by Command of his Majesty, October 25

229
His Majesty's Speech on opening the Sefion November 2
His Majesty's Answer to the Address of both Houses of Parliament 230
Protest of Earl Fitzwillium, November 2

ibid.
Additional

Infructions to the Commanders of Ships of War and Privateers,
Nov. 20

234
Letter from the Elector of Hanover to his Imperial Majesy, Feb. 17, 235
Letter from the King of Great Britain to the King of Prufia, Feb. 17, 236

237
Plan of Parochial Asociations in Great Britain
Copies of all the Paper's relating to the Mutiny of the Scamen

-238
Mesage from the Lord-Lieutenant to both Ilouses of the Irish Parliament,

256
The like, Marck 18

258
The like, April 11

259
The like, April 29

260
Proclamation, by General Lake, March 13

ibid.
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CONTENTS
Proclamation, by Lord Cavan
Protest of Lord Bellamont on the Subject of Gen. Lake's Proclamation,
Proclamation, by the Lord-Lieutenant, May 173 100
Speech of the Lord-Lieutenant, on closing the Seffion, July 3
Extract from the Register of the Executive Directory.se
Reply of the Canton of Berne, oa. 11
Note of Mr. Wickham, to the Helvetic Body, on his recall, Nov. 222
Anfwer of the Helvetic Body thereto, Dec. 26

Treaty of Navigation and Commerce between England and Russia, Feb. 21, 28
Mesage from Gen. Washington to the House of Representatives, Jan. 19, 27
Speech of the President of the United States of America on meeting Congress
May 16

277
Anfwer of the President to the Address, June 3

282
Message from the President to the House of Representatives, June 12 283
M-ffage from the Prefident to Congrejs, July 3

284
Report of a Committee of the Senate on Mr. Blunt's Letter

285
Message to the Senate from the House of Representatives, July 7 287
Note from Mr. Lifton, the British Minifier, to the American Secretary of
State

ibid.
Note from the Secretary of State to Mr. Lifton, July 1

288
Reply of Mr. Lifton, July 2

ibid.
Speech of the President on meeting Congress, Nov. 23

289
Melage from the Directory of the French Republic to the Council of Five

Hundred, July 24
The like, Aug. 1

12296
The like, Aug. 9

297
The like, Aug. 10
swi bany

298
Report to the Council of Five Hundred, by Thibaudean, Aug. 21 302
Meffage from the Executive Directory, to the Council of Five Hundred,

Aug. 20
The like, Sept. 4

309
The like, Sept. 5

310
The like
Proclamation of the Executive Dire&tory to the French People, Sept. 4, ibid.
The Executive Directory to the Citizens of Paris, Sept. 4

314
Arret of the Executive Directory
Proclamation of the Executive Directory to the Frerich People who 918
Proclamation of the Executive Directory to all Frenchmen, Nov. 21
Address of the two Councils to the Departments and to the Armies 321
Two Proclamations said to have been intended to be issued by Louis XVIII.
and addressed to the French in March 1797

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Treaty of Peace between the Pope and the French Republic, Feb. 19
Convention between Gen. Buonaparte and the Republic of Genoa, June 6, 350
Treaty of Peace (not ratified) between France and Portugal, Aug. 10,
Convention between Gen. Buonaparte and the Grand Duke of Tuscany, 335
Declaration of the general Administration of Lombardy

ibid,
Declaration made by the Emperor to the Diet of Ratisbon, Feb. 14

ibid.
Address of Gen. Buonaparte to the People of Carinthia, April 1 -336

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colours to produce;
refembling Barocci
other painter.
an ancient painter
to

those two artist
figures look as
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be a
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amine the differeng
of that difference,
works of Corregi
both excellent

in
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given according
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Two Imperial Ukafa's, issued at Petersburg, respecting the Importation of
Of the Trade of Conftantinople, the Coffee-Houses, and Method of taking

Proclamation relative to the Disturbances in the Venetian Territory
Manifesto of Gen. Buonaparte against Venice, May 13
Proclamation of Gen. Buonaparte on esi ablishing the Cisalpine Republic,
Ordinance published at Verona, Aug. 8
Letter from Gen. Buonaparte to the Chief of the Maniotes, July 30
From the Vienna Court Gazette, April 5
Declaration of the Emperor at Vienna, April 15
The like, June 21
Treaty concluded at Campo Formio, between the French Republic acid

34-2
Emperor, O&. 17
Refcript addressed by the Emperor to the Directoria Minister of Auria, at

346
Ratisbon, Feb. 7

347
The like
Answer of the Bishop of Wurtzburg to the Imperial Refeript

348
Note delivered by the Russian Chargé d'Affaires to the Ele&toraz

Circle,

349
Jan. 11
Letter of Convocation, addressed to the Envoys of the associated States of Ger-

ibid.
many, by the Pruffian Minister
The Administrators of the Cantons of Cleres and Xanten to the L727zabitants
of the said Cantons, Jan. 3

352
Declaration issued by the Prusian Government at Wegfel, Jan. 6
Provisory Regulations for the Prufian Provinces situate on the te

of the Rhine, March 12
Edict issued at Berlin, June 14
Proclamation published at Nuremburg, July 4
Letter from the Elector of Saxony, to the King of Pruffic
Proclamation of the King of Spain, March 1
Abstract of a Proclamation, isued by the Court of Spain
French and Dutch Merchandizes, Jan. 22
CHARACTERS.

.
The Lap Will and Testament of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke
Fires at Conftantinople, and Conduct of the Turks at them

353
Banke
354

355

356

357
358
359

360

361

369

366

Opium
Of the Difinĉtive Dreffes of the Turks
Sketch of the Life of the late John Wilkes, Esq.
Anecdotes of Zimmerman
Anecdotes of Baron Borzi, the celebrated Bohemian Chymiz

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368
369
373

NATURAL

NATURAL HISTORY.

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On the Nature of the Diamond

389 On the A&tion of Nitre upon Gold and Platina

391 Observations and Experiments made to determine the poisonous Qualities of Azote

393 Proceedings of the African Asociation

399

USEFUL PROJECT 9. .

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ce is f for

List of Patents granted during the Year 1797, for various Inventions . 406
Receipt for preventing Smut-Balls or Bunts amongs Wheat
Firp Report of the Committee on Wasie Lands, &c.

410

409

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418

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Order of the House of Commons, made in the Year 1641, for rating every

Man according to his Eplate for the King's Use
Account of London-Bridge

ibid. Account of the Pyramid of Caius Ceflius at Rome

421 Roman Alethod of computing Time

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Ejay on the Means of confining Heat, and directing its Operations

423 On the Danger of ujing refels of Lead, Copper, or Brass, in Daries 429 On the ancient and modern Navigation of India

431 Disquisition on the Phrase, The Enlightened Public.

495 Count' Alfieri's Dedication of his Tragedy of Junius Brutus to General Washington.

437 The like of Agis to Charles the Firs, King of England

ibid. Modern Platonism

438 Proceedings of the Vhemic, or Westphalian Court

440 Soup for the Poor

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