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into the Tyrolese.The Siege of Mantua resumed.-Marshal Wurmser,
powerfully reinforced, makes Head again the French in the Venetian
Territories.But is defeated.--The French take Poljefion of Trent.
Continued Success of Buonaparte.--Marshal Wurmfer, with the Remains
of his Army, makes good his Retreat, and takes Shelter within the Walls of
Mantua. —Corfica, evacuated by the English, returns under the Govern-
ment of France. ---Pacification between France and Naplesincluding the
Batavian Republic.-Religious Zeal of the Romans.-Axakened by the Court
of Rome into rage, and aroued Preparations for War against the French.-
A new Republic, composed of several fmall Stales.-- Prepalence of the
Republican Spirit in Italy.The Aufirians reinforced with Troops from

Germany, advance against the French.--Retake Trent. But are de

feated with prodigious Lols at Arcola.--The Auflrians, though frequently

defeated, return to the Charge.High Spirit and Courage of the Ty-

rolians. Derotion of the Army in Italy to the French Republic.--Patience

of the French Soldiers under manifold Privations

109

CHA P. IX.

Campaign in Germany. -Oppofile Designs of the French and Auftrians.-

Succeljes of the French.-- They invest Ehrenbritsein.--Driven back, by the
Archduke Charles, to Dusseldorf: The Division of the French Army under
Moreau takes Pop at Strasburg:- The Plan of Operations proposed by tuis
General.-Crosses the Rhine.--Reduces the Fortress of Kehl.-Defeats the
sufirians, under Marshal Wurmser, near Philipsburg.--And in various
and succesive Engagements. The Aufrians retire, in order to wait for
Reinforcements, into the Interior of Germany.-Junclion of the French
Troops under Jourdan and Kleber.These uniled reduce Frankfort.-

Successes of Alorcau in Swabia.--Cessation of liofiilities betu'cen the French

and the Princes of Wirtemberg and Baden.Conduct of Prusjia.- A Frujian

Army takes Polegion of Nuremberg.Impolicy of the French in the lode

of raising Contributions.Cause of this.-Depredations of the French in

Germany.-Operations of the French Armios under Moreau and Jourdan.-

Difafiers of the Auftrians.-The Emperor represents the Situation of

Germany, and his own Situation, in an Appeal to his Bohemian and Hunga-

rian Subjects.--Diet of the Empire.-Partakes of the general Conflernation

of Germany.--Determination to open a Negociation for Peace with France.

-The Tide of Success turned agains the French by the Germans, under the

Archduke Charles.-Obstinate Engagements.-Merly Retreat of the

French Armies.-- Particularly of that under Moreau,--Consequences.-

The Austrians occupied in the Siege of Kehl.-Sally of the Garrison thers.

Various Adions.--Armisiice between the French and Aufirians.-

The Diet of the Empire re-unimaied by the enterprizing Spirit and Succejs

of the Archduke Charles, folicilous to regain the lazuur of the Imperial

Court

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CH A P. XIII.

In France, a General wish for Peace.But the Popularity of the War with

England slill continued. -Overture of Peuce from England to the French
Republic.-Negociation for Peace at Paris.

Abruptly broken off.
Affairs, Maritime and Colonial, French and British.-Infidelity of the
* French Government to their Engagements with the Dutch.— French Prepara-

tions and Expedition for an Invasion of Ireland. Defeated. The Death
of Catharine 11.- And the Rengnation of General Washington

188
CHRONICL E.

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Births in the rear 1796

49
Marriages

31
Promotions

52
Deaths

55
Sheriff

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APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLE.

London Gazette, Jure

The like, July 2

72

Articles of Capitulation of the INand of St. Lucia, May 25
The like of Colombo, in the island of Ceylon, February 15

75

The like of St. Vincent's, June 11

80

The like of Grenada

81
London Gazette Extraordinary, Nov. 3
,

ibid.
London Gazette, Nov. 29

90

Articles of Capitulation of Amboyna, February 16

92

The like of Banda, March 8

ibid.

Circular Letter to the Lieutenants of Counties on the Sea Coasts, Nov, 5, 93

Letter from the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the Lord Mayor, Dec, 1, 94

The like to the Bank

ibid.

Account of the total nett Produce of all the Taxes for one lear, ending O&ober

10, 1796

95

Account of Wheat fold in the Corn-Market, Mark-Lane, from Christmas, 1795,

to Christmas, 1796

99

Price of the Quartern-loaf for 1796

100

A general Bill of Cbriftenings and Burials for 1796

101

Substance of the Act for preventing feditious Assemblies

Average Prices of Corn for 1796

10:

Meteorological Table for 1796

105

Supplies granted by Parliament for 1996

106

2 Principal Public utcts paffed in the Sixth Seffion of the Seventeenth Parliament

of Great Britain

109

? Prices of Stock. for 1796

Frial of Mr. William Stone for High-T

reason

111

Petition of Sir Francis Blake to the Houje of Commors, February 8

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S T A T E-PAPER S.
His Majesty's Speech on clofing the Seffion, May 19.

117
The like on opening the Sofion, October 6

118
Protest of Earl Fitzwilliam

120
Message from the King, Dec. 12

123
The like, Dec. 17

ibid.
The like, Dec. 26

12+
Note transmitted 10 M. Barthelemi by Mr. Wickham, March 8

125
Answer thereto, March, 20

ibid.
Note of. Obfervation thereon, April 10

126
Explanatory Article to the Treaty between Great Britain and America, ibid.
Treaty between Great Britain and the Landgrave of Helse Darmstadt, June 10

12$
Letter from Sir G. Elliot, Viceroy of Corfica, to the Governor of Porto Fer.
rajo

133
Articles by rwbich ihe Britiß Troops took Poflession of Porto Ferrajo
Proclamation by General Forbes to the Planters of the Spanish Part of St.
Domingo

ibid,
Order by the King in Council
, September 3

136
The like, Oct. 12

138
The like, Nov. 9

ibid.
The like, Dec. 23

139
Antwer of the British Government to the Spanish Declaration of War

141
Official Correspondence published by the British Government, relating to the

Negociation for Peace between Great Britain and the French republic 147
Credentials of Lord Malmesbury in Latin, with a Translation

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

173
Speech of the Lord. Lieutenant to both Houses of the Irish Parliament, Jan.21, 177
be like, April 15

179
The like, Oct. 13

180
Proclamation by : he Lord-Lieutenant in Council, Nov. 16

182
Decree of the National Alimbly of the United Provinces, for the Abolition of a
privileged Church, Aug 13

183
Proilamation of the fame, againft ihe Importation of British Merchandize,
September 10

184
Proclamation of the States-General of the United Provinces

186
Proclamation of the Dutch National Convention, March 16

188
Manifesto of the Batavian Republic against Great Britain

169
Manifesto of Spain against Great Britain, Oct. 5

195
Letter from General Beaulieu to the Genoeje 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, 19&
Letter from the Commissary Director, Suez, to the Commandant of Fort la
Lauterne

199
Roply, Sept., 12

ibid,
Letter from M. Bartłu!emi io 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 10 the Senate of Basle

201
Letter from ihe Sovereign Council of Basle 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 11

20+
Note from Mr. Wickham to the Senate of Berne, June

205
Articles of the Concordat, agreed upon at Geneva, August 31
Oficial Note of Count Berntorff, Danish Minister of State

207
Note from Citizen Grouveile, the French Minister at Copenhagen, to Count

Bernstorff
Answer of Count Bernftorff, March 19

209
Proclamation of the Queen of Portugal, for making Lisbon a free Port, 201
Manifesto of the Queen of Portugal, against the Batavian Republic 211
Letter from the King of Naples to the Marquis del Vafto

212
Proclamation of the King of Naples, May 18
Ediet of the King of Naples, addressed to his Subjeets

214
Proclamation issued at St. Petersburg, respecting Dutch Ships, May 20 ibid.
Dispatch from Coint Osterman to the Ruffian Minister at Madrid 215
Aniwer of the Prince of Peace thereto, March 17

216
Note from the Russian Minister at Stockholm, to all the Foreign Miniflers, 217
Letter of Convocation, addressed by the King of Prasia to the different States,
wishing to enjoy the Advantages of Neutrality, April 22

218
Royal Pruffian Édiet, July 16

219
Déclaration of the King of Prusia, put against the Gates of Nuremburg 220
Submission of the Imperial City of Nuremburg, to the King of Prusia,
Auguft 16

ibid.
Declaration in Answer delivered to the Magifirates of Nuremberg ibid.
Refcript of the King of Pruffia, respetting his Territories on the left Bank of
the Rhine, December 29

221
Treaty of Peace bet-ween the Duke of Wurtemburg and Teck and the French

Republic
Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the Margrave of Baden 22+
Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the King of the two

Sicilies
Ofensive and Defensive Treaty of Alliance between France and Spain; 228
Treaty betwveen France and Prusia, August 5

292
Treaty of Peace between France and the Infant Duke of Parma 233
Proclamation of the French Commissioner to the Citizens of St. Domingo, 295

of the Executive Directory to the Armies of the Sambre and
Merje, May 29

SS
of General Buonaparre in Italy

ibid.
by Commissary of Salicetti

210
of Buonaparte to his Brothers in Arwas

; ibir'.
Address of the Deputies of Abbe to Buonaparte

241
Buonaparte to the Republic of Venice

242
Buonaparte to the People of the Milanese

ibit.
Proclamation of the Municipality of Milan, Jure 12

243
Buonaparte to the Inhabitants of Tyrol

ibid.
Buonaparte to the Grand Duke of Tujcany, June 26

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222

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