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Comparative l'iew of ihe Confederacy and the French Republic, at the Clife
of 1796.--Spain, draren into an Alliance with France, declares For ayaink England.---Conjoined Efforts of the French, Spanish, and Dilch, Fleets, for overthrozeing the naval Domination of England.--ar in Italy;. ---Cipture of Mantua.--Political Conduct and military Preparalions of the Court of Rome.--Ietters from Buono parte to the Cardinal Matlæi.-Tire Cardinal's Anfixer.- The Court of Mudrid refuses its Mediation, in Behalf of the Pope, with the French Republic.--R-publicon Party in Rome, and other Purts of the Ecclefiu/lical States.---Buonapurle declares War againf the Pope. -A French Army enters the Pupul Dominions. The Papal Troopis completely routed.-Buonaparte, by Promises and Threats, induces the Romans to fubmit to the French, without the Effusion of Bland.--Takes Parlession of leveral Prozinces in the Ecclefiafiical States. - Advances touards Rome. - Treaty of Peace with the Pope
CHA P. II.
Means for preventing ihe future Power of the Roinan Pontiffs. - And that of
Amriu over the Countries composing the Republies on the North Sozith of the Pot Moderat:n and Lenity of the French Republic to tñe Non-pring Clergy. as At the same Time vrat their Bigotry and Superpition are exposed to ridicul.-Excessive Rejoicings and Exulations of thie. French at the Succelles of their Arms in Italy.-- Jealous,, Ery, and lea finement, agcint Buonaparte. Iho wes Precautions jir warding of the 1.fices of these, and gaining Popularity and Confiderice, not only in France but Italy. Ifocrution and Pridder.ce of the inhabitants of St. Mark 10.- Vunificence of Buonaparte to that small Republic.--Prevalence
of Republican Principles in Italy.--Honour paid there to the French and Br.: VOL. XXXIX.
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CONTENT S. naparte. ---Preparations of Auftria, for difputing rith the French the Em pire of Italy - The Imperial Army in Tiały, commanded by the Archduk Charles.-Attacked by the French, and forced to retreat. Capture Gradifca and Goritz. --Municipal Governments jettled in both these Town on the Republican Plan.-The Austrians defeated with fevere Loss nea Tarvis.--Audacious Spirit of the French Prisoners of War - The In fection of this Spirit dreaded by the Imperial Ministry.- A Divifon the French Army, under Joubert, penetrates into the Tyrol.- Reduce er mort of the strong Forts of that Country. And gains other fignat Aa
vantages.-The French ohtain Poffeffion of Brixen. Proclamations e Buonaparte, addreffed to the Subjects of the Emperor.-The Austrian obliged to abandon their Head-Quarters at Clagenfirrth.--The French crof the Drave --Farther Suecesjes of the French, under Joubert, in the Tyrol.
Remarkable Engagement between the Auftrians and French, in the Defile s leading to Newmarck.-The Anfrians continually defeated, but not dif
couraged. --Confternation at Vierina.-But invincible Courage of the Auftrian and Hungarian Nobles.-Interesting Letter from Buonaparte to the Archduke Charles ---And the Archduke's Answer. Armistice between the Auflrians and French.-Honours and Praises bestowed by the French Directory on the Army.-Reflections
Preliminary Articles of Peace between the French and Auftrians. --Succelles
of French Armies on the Rhine --Progress of the Negociation for Peace. Hatred of the Venetians to the French, and partiality for the Aufrians. The French Army takes Poffeffion of Bergamo.-Refentment, Rage, and Attempts of the Venetians at Repstance. --The French Troops over-run and reduce all the Venetian Territories.-- Fall of the Venetian Republic universally deplored.--A Revolution introduced by the French into Venice.-The Auftrian Troops invade Iftria.--Treaty of Campo-Formio, 37
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ultation of the French.-Parties in France. Their mutual Abhorrence of each other. Their Reciprocal Animohty, influenced by new Jealonfies and App prehenfions.-Conspiracy of loyalijis discovered. — Address of Lewis, called by the Royalists the xviii.-- And resolute Exertions of his Party throughont France. ---Decree, obliging the Public Functionaries to swear Hatred to Royalty.-Return of new Members to the French Republican Legislature. -French Troops fent to St. Domingo.--Excesive Profufion of the French Executive Government.=Frauds and Coiluhons, detrimental to the Public Revenue.--Enormous encrease of the Public Debt. --Various Mismanagements. --Strictures of many Members of both Councils, and others on the Continuance of War, and Extension of Conquefis The Lenity and Mo
and the admirers of fay Rubens wanted feét. There is a lig and facility in Rut cates will urge, and, a laborious heavinet
deration of this party, in Favour of Peace, encourages Attempts in Favour
CH A P. V.
Political Parties in France.-Decree against Clubs. Buonaparte declares INs
Attachment and Resolution to abide by the Republican Party.-Addreffes te
CH A P. VI.
Arrestation of national Representatides. -Message from the Directory to the
two Councils, on this Subject.-And Address on the fame, to the People of
- Transactions of the primary Communes and electoral Agemblies, in fifty
Ineffe&ual. Expedition of the English against the Spanish Island of Porto-
Rico.-Transactions in the West Indies.-Favourable to the English, both
CHA P. XII.
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Causes of Difcontents in the British Navy and Army.--Notices giren of
these Discontents.-Mutinous Combination among all the Ships in the
CHA P.' XIII.
State of Ireland, in its Relations, external and internal, a Subjeil in Debate
in both Houses of Parliament.--Motion, by Mr. Whitbread, in the House
CH A P. XIV,
Petitions for the Dilmision of Minisers.--Motion to that Effect in the
House of Lords.-And in the House of Commons.—Motion in the House