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STATE-PAPER S.
His Majesty's Speech on closing the Seffion, May 19.

118

The like on ep:ning the Sefion, October 6

120

Protest of Earl Fitzwilliam
Message from the King, Dec. 12

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The like, Dec. 17

ibid.
The like, Dec. 26

124

Note transmitted 10 M. Barthelemi by Mr. Wickham, March 8

,

125

Answer thereto, March, 20

ibid.

126

Note of. Observation thereon, April 10

Explanatory Article to the Treaty between Great Britain and America, ibid.

Treaty betoween Great Britain and the Landgrave of Heffe Darmstadt, June 10

128

Letter from Sir G. Elliot, Viceroy of Corsica, to the Governor of Porto Fer-
rajo

133
Articles by which the Britih Troops took Podellion of Porto Ferrajo

134
Proclamation by General Forbes to the Planters of the Spaniji Part of St.,
Domingo

ibid.
Order by the King in Council, September 3

196

The like, Oct. 12

138

The like, Nov.9

ibid.
The like, Dec. 28

139
Anjwer of the British Government to the Spanish Declaration of War 141
Official Cerrejpondence published by the British Government, relating to the

Negociation for Peace betv.een Great Britain and the French republic 117
Credentials of Lord Malmesbury in Latin, with a Translation

172
Manifejto of the British Government against France, Dec. 27

173
Speech of the Lord-Lieutenant to both Houjes of the Irish Parliament, Jan.21, 177
The like, April 15

179

T'he like, Oct. 13

ISO

Proclamation by the Lord-Lieutenant in Council, Nov. 16

182

Decree of the National Assembly of the United Provinces, for the Abolition of a

privileged Church, Auguft 13

183

Proclamation of the same, against the Importation of British Merchandize,

September 10

184

186

Proclamation of the States-General of the United Provinces

Proclamation of the Dutch National Convention, March 16

188

Manifesto of the Batavian Republic against Great Britain

189

Manifesto of Spain against Great Britain, Oci. 5

195

Letter from Generel Beaulieu to the Gencese Government, on entering their
Territory

197
Address of the French Minister to the Doge of Genoa

ibid.

Note of the French Minister to the Genoese Secretary of State, July 10,

Letter from the Commissary Director, Suez, to the Commandant of Fort la
Lauterie

199

Reply, Sept. 12

Letter from M. Barthelemi to the Burgomasters, &c. of the Swiss Cantons 200

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Letter of the Executive Directory, to the Helvetic Body i i 200

Declaration of the Executive Directory to the Senate of Bille

201

Letter from the Sovereign Council of Balle to M. Barthelemi, April 9 ibid.

Letter from M. Barthelemi to the Canton of Basle, May 9

203

Answer of the Canton of Bafle thereto, May it

204

Note from Mr. Wickham to the Senate of Berne, June 26

205

Articles of the Concordat, agreed upon at Geneva, August 31

Official Note of Count Bernstorff, Danish Minister of State

201
Note from Citizen Grouvelle, the French Minister at Copenhagen, to Count
Bernstorff

208
Answer of Count Bernstorff, March 19

209
Proclamation of the Queen of Por:ugal, for making Lipon a free Pori

, 201

Manifesto of the Queen of Portugal, against the Batavian Republic 211

Letter from the King of Naples to the Marquis del Vasto

212
Proclamation of the King of Naples, May 18

213
Ediet of the King of Naples, addreffed to his Subjects

214

Proclamation isued at St. Petersburg, respecting Dutch Ships, May 20 ibid.

Dispatch from Coint Ofterman to the Ruffian Minister at Madrid 215

Answer of the Prince of Peace thereto, Murch 17

216

Note from the Russian Minister at Stockholm, to all the Foreign Ministers, 217

Letter of Convocation, addressed to the King of Prusia to the different States,

wishing to enjoy the Advantages of Neutrality, April 22

218

Royal Pruffian Edict, July 16

219

Declaration of the King of Pruffia, put against the Gates of Nuremburg 220

Submision of the Imperial City of Nuremburg, to the King of Prussia,

August 16
Declaration in Answer delivered to the Magistrates of Nuremberg ibid.
Refcript of the King of Prussia, respecting his Territories on the left Bank of
the Rhine, December 29

221
Treaty of Peace between the Duke of Wurtemburg and Teck and the French
Republic

222

Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the Margrave of Baden 224

Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the King of the two

Sicilies

Offensive and Defensive Treaty of Alliance between France and Spain, 228

Treaty between France and Prullia, Auguft 5

232

Treaty of Peace between France and the Infant Duke of Parma 233

Proclamation of the French Commiffoner to the Citizens of St. Domingo, 235

of the Executive Directory to the Armies of the Sambre and

Meuse, May 29

238

of General Buonaparte in Italy

ibid.

by Commissary of Salicetti

240

of Buor.aparte to his Brothers in Arins

ibid.

Address of the Deputies of Abbe to Buonaparte

241

Buonaparte to the Republic of Venice

242

Buonaparte to the People of the Milanese

ibid.

Proclamation of the Municipality of Milan, June 12

243

Buonaparte to the Inhabitants of Tyrol

ibid.

Buonaparte to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, June 26

244

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Answer
Buonaparte
, to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, June 29

ibid.
The Executive Directory to Citizen Buonaparte

, July 31

246
The Ambassador of Sweden to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs 247
Resolutions of the Executive Directory, Auguft 5

243,

ibid.
Note from the Minister for Foreign Affairs to M. Barthelemi
Proclamation by the General-in-Chief of the Army of Italy

249

ibid.
Address of the French Ambassador to ibe Dutch Convention
Meffage from the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred,

252
dugust 23
Proclamation by the Executive Directory, August 29
General Buonaparte to the Executive Directory, October 17

253
Gentili to Buonaparte

ibid.
Gentili to the French Commisioners

254
Mfage of the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred,
October 16

ibid.
The like, October 26

255.
Resolutions passed by the Council of Five Hundred, November 2
Message of the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred, Decema
ber 10

258
Proclamation of the Commisioner Salicetti, in Corsica

259
Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and Sardinia

262
Message of the Executive Direflory to the Council of Five Hundred 265
The like to the Council of Ancients

267
The like to the Council of Five Hundred

268
Proclamation of the Executive Directory

270
The Executive DireEtory to the Citizens of Paris

272
Address of the Executive Directory to the French Aripies

274
Proclamation by Scepaux, in the Western Department

275
Megage from the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred ibid.
Decree published at Modena, Ox. 18

276
The Congress of Cispadana to the People of Bologna, &c.

ibid.
Letter from the Pope to all tke Catholics in France

277
Ediet, published by the Pope, on the Reception evhich bis Subjects ought to give
to the French

278
Note of the Papal Minister to the French Coinmisioner's

279
State Paper, published at Dresden, July 30

ibid.
Declaration of the Elector of Hanover to tlse Diet of Ratisbon

280
Proclamation by the Archduchess of Austrip to the Tyroleje

ibid.
Proclamation by his Imperial Majesty, Francis II. Aug. 11

281
The like, Aug. 21

282
The like, Sept. 18

284
Imperial Refeript to the Duke of Wurtemburg

ibid.
Resolutions of the States of Flungary

287
Substance of the Correspond once between the cabinets of Vienna and Berlin,
repesling the Line of De marcation

238
Reply, by the Court of Vię nna

289'
Meffage of the President ę f the United States to Congress

290
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aufwer of General Washington to a Resolution of the House of Represez-
intives

290
Address of General Washington on his retiring from the Presidency of the
Unitea' States of America, Sept. 17

293
Note from ..be French Envoy to the Executive Government of America. 304
Reply of the Axecutive Government thereto
Mervoríal prejened by the French Envoy to the American Secretary for Foreign
Affairs

310
Note published by the French Minister at Philadelphia

313
Address of the President of the United States to Congress, Nov.

15

ibid.
Answer to the above Adars's

317
Reply of the President.

318
CHARACTER S.
Particulars of the earlier Years of Mr. Gibbon's Life, and of the Course

of Studies which laid the Foundation of his subsequent Celebrity, written

by Brimself
Account of Solomon G Jner

338
Some Particulars of the Death of Condorcet

340
Biographical Account of the Count de Buffon

342
Account of Apostolo Zeno

346
of the Peasantry of Norway

347
of the Hoozuana's, a wandering Tribe of Savages

349
of the Celebration of Good Friday in Bruffels

351
of the Alteration produced by the French Revolution at Strasburg, 352
of the public Eating-houses at Vienna

353
The Life and Writings of the Albé Burthelemi

355
Character of Erasmus

359
Anecdotes of the late Dr. James Fordyce

360
Account of the Royal Society of England

362
- of the late Sir 18 z.liam Chambers

364
of the late James Macpherson, £/q.

366

371
Interesting History of Don Pedro, and Dona Ignez de Castro
Extracts from the Corresponience of Mr. Gibbon, with various Men of
Eminence in the Literary World

373
NATURAL HISTORY.

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Some Particulars in the Anatomy of a Whale

380
An Account of the late Discovery of Native Gold in Ireland

383
A Mineralogical Account of the Native Gold lonely discovered in Ireland, 385
On the Cold filt on high Mountains, and at great Depths

389
Account of the great Speckled Diver, or Coon

392
Contrasts, and Consonancies, between Animals and the Earth

$94
Account of the Kainfi, a Species of Gazelle, or Ana-lope

398
Reflections on certain Efects of Heat and Cold on this living System 399
Account of the Manner of treating Bees in Portugal

402

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On Plica Polonica

• 403
On the Power of fixed Alkaline Salts, to preserve the Flesh of Animals from

406
Putrefaction
Observations on the Nature of Honey, particularly on its Saccarine Parts,
when obtained in a folid Form

US E FUL PROJECTS,
First Report from the Select Comn.ittee appointed to take into Confideration

413
the present high Price of Corn
Second Report

416
Third Report

418
Appendix to the Third Report

422
Sir John Sinclair's Addrefs to the Board of Agriculture

438
On the Use of Rice

443
Specification of the Patent granted to Mr. Jones, for bis Method of detecting
Errors in Book-keeping

445
Account of an Improvement in Sea-Compafjes
Receipt to cure the Complaint of the Water in Sheep

449
AN TI QUI TIE S.
A short Account of several Gardens, near London, with Remarks on fome

Particulars, wherein they excel, or are deficient, upon a View of them, in
December, 1691

450
Sketch of the History of Sugar in the early Times, and through the middle
Ages

456
Account of Poetry, in Scotland, during the Sixteenth Century

459
Extract from an Account of the Collegiate Chapel of St. Stephen, West-
minster

461
Of Ancient Spain, and its Original Inl

. abitants

462
Of the Illyrians and Pannonians

465
China, as known to the Ancients

466
Historical Account of Sculpture

4.68
Letter from King Charles II. to the Duke of Ormand, upon his taking the
Seals from Chancellor Clarendon

471
MISCELLANEOUS ESSA Y S.
On the Influence of Cold upon the Health of the Inhabitants of London 472
The Domiphobia, or Dread of Home

4.76
On Watering Places

478
The Invention of Organs
On the Injustice of the Charges brought against the genuine Philejopbers, 486
Of the Causes of the Increase of Crimes

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