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JUNE 9. Indemnification to justices of peace, &¢. To enable his majesty to raise the fum For rendering the payment of creditors of one million. more expeditious in Scotland.

American loyalists act,

For granting an annuiry to the de. APRIL 2.

fcendants of William Penn, originad

proprietor of the province of Pena, For raisng sums of money by loans or

fylvania. exchequer bills, for the service of Por settling an annuity on dostar 790.

Willis To encourage the manufakturers of For exempting from the duty, goods leather,

&c. imported from Yucatan in South Longitude a&t.

America For allowing further time for the en.

For permitting the importation of Ca. rollment of deçds and wills- made by

mew gum from the West India Papists, &c.

islands,, under certain conditions..

For encouraging new settlers in the MAY 7

British plantations in America. For altering the time appointed 'for For amending and continuing the slave holding the summer sehon in the

trade regulation bill. Court of Session in Scotland, and for For exempting women from the sen altering Whitsuntide and Lainmas tence of burning. terms in the Scotch Court of Exche. For altering the act to prevent abusesin guer,

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SUPPLIES
GRANTED BY PARLIAMENT IN 179@p*
NAVY.

Ditto grants of: 1789,

with intereft on ExcheWENTY thousand

231,517 1,040,000 Ditto of carriage duty, 30,520 Ordinary,

703,276

Farther sum to American
Extraordinary,
490,360 fufferers,

60,009
İn diminution of the navy
2,233,636 debt,

200,000 Ordinary services, 1,519,616

Total of supply, 3,987,449 Extraordinaries,

356,458

WAYS AND MEANS.

1,874,0741 Land and malt taxes, - 2,750,000 Ordnance,

457,447 Surplus of confolidated Civil establishments in

fund,

$21,857 the Welt - Indies and

Premium on lottery, 299,937 North-America,

25,716

Growing produce of the
American loyalists, 274,064 consolidated' fund,

2,380,000 Convicts,

go1597 Secret service money re. Miscellaneous services. * 791998. paid to the civit lift;

34,000 Deficiency of landland malt, 430,000

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1 New Excheq.

Lottery Tickets,
Stock. Ct.red. Ct.con. Ct.con. Cent. Ann. Ann. Stock. Ann. Bonds. Stock. Ann. Ann. Navy. Bills.
1001 118 231 13] 171

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January 1831 776

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221 137 158

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15 10 170 73 725 948 Ito 213 125 156

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A cultoms in, 2014, 304. Capital

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Affe&tion, conjugal, 363.
A.

Atterbury, bifhop, anecdote of, 395
BYSSINIA, singular and cruel Anatomy, curious improvements in,

430.
punishments of, compared with Accident, dreadful, 432.
those of Persia, 233.

State of mare Address of the city of London on the
riage in that country, 243. Cruel convention of peace, 461. His
destiny of their young princes, 244.

majesty's answer to it, 461.
Thoughts on the propriety of eating Accidents, list of, 32, 53, 80, 100,
raw felh, 241. Witchcraft, ftate 104, 189, 226, 267, 309, 347, 392,
of, 275, 280. Kingly assassinations 432, 469, 472.
in, 306. Diseases of, 414. Account Afhes conlidered as marks of grief and
of the religious books of, 301. repentance, 13.
Curious state of both sexes in this Arts, the, 10r. ;
country, during a religious cere- Allallinations, 101, 389.
mony, 338.

Aerostation, 101.
Abylinian king, anecdotes of, 273. Animal courage, 30.

Amusements of their princes when Association, particulars of the late
first called to the throne, 281. Man grand confederative, in France, 267.
ner of going and returning from Antwerp, mafsacres at, &c. 343.
church, 337

Procession into his Annuity allowed the duchess of Cum-
capital after a victory, 334. Curious berland, 389.
account of Mr. Bruce's introduction Amusements, public, method of con.
to him and his minister, 335.

ducting them in France, 25.
Afts, public, litt of, 476..

B.
Artifice in a Chester landlady, a com- Bells, origin of, 14.
mendable, 37.

Boyes, Mr, his firit appearance at Drury
Action, a brave, 155.

Lane Theatre, ico.
Autemquas, country of, described, Bodily strength, infance of, 5.

Belligerent powers, relative itate of the,
Alata, account of its great cataract, 105.

Brabant, revolution of, 109, 110, 111,
199:
Arab, the hospitality of one, 223,

112, to i 16.
Aleppo described, 223.

Bank's and Solander, Messrs, their ad-
Ath-Wednesday, origin of, 12.

venture in the Bay of Success, 72.
Antinuous, magnificient ruins of, de. Batavia, fatal effects of that climate,
scribed, 227

72.
Animals, amphibious, of Kamschatka, Baitille, deftruction of, 121. Reflections
described, 245.

on passing by, 25.
Aquatic journey, curious particulars of Bayard, chevalier, memoirs of, 84, to
an, 21.

86.
Amusements of the Parisians, account Birds, curious, sky or canopy of, der

scribed, 178.
Austrian Netherlands, history of, 109. Bears, method of killing them at
Revolution of, 110,

Kamschatka, 287.
Appellation, curious, befowed on the Bee, Smellie's interesting particulars
French king, 133 •

of the, 286.
Antimony, firit discovery of, 15. Barrington, the famous George, his
Adventurers, the, a farce, ico.

trial, and extracts from his fpeech,
Aleuthes islands, short sketch of the, 349.
275

Burns, the Scorch poet, sketch of, 349.
Adolescens, anecdotes by, 312, Benzowky, count de, his memoirs

181.

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of, 24.

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and travels, 274, 262, 29% 369, Balance of power in Europe, t09.
378, 376.

Compact of certain powers for pre-
Bounty, armed thip, narrative of the

serving it, 107.
mutiny on board of, 217, 249. Biography, Select, 15, 44,73, 88, 167,
Bell of Glasgow, large one, defcribed, 204, 245, 329,407, 447.
347.

Better Late than Never, a comedy, ac-
Bafset-Maker, 'zhe, a muhical drama, count of, 468.

346.
Becca, or Mecca, the market for the Cyrus; account of his expeditions, 297.

trade from India and Africa, de- Cambyfes, his ftrange expedition in
scribed, 302.

search of gold, 298. Fate of his
Breasts, uncommon length of those of

army, 299.
the women of Sennaar, 386. Ex. Contrivance, a horrid one, of a colonist
traordinary customs observed among of Bruyntes Hoogte, to deftroy a
them, 386. Uncommon request of hoorde of Caffres, 202.
their queens, made to Mr. Bruce, Caen, in France, mode of a lady's
387.

trayelling there, 22.
Burying grounds, origin of them, 15.. Church of the Carmelites, at Paris, an
Bruce's Travels, 255, 256, 257, 360, account of a visit to the, 26.
261, 280, 281, 282, 297, 298, 299, Covent Garden playhouse, their ma.
300, 301, 302, 304, 305, 306, 307, jesties visit there, 29.
309, 326, 327, 331, 332, 333, 334, Child, the Spoilt, a farce, too.
335, 338. Critical remarks on the Czar, a new comic opera, by Mr, o
immediate object of Mr. Bruce's Keeffe, 100.
journey, 339, 341. Consinued, 376, Courage, inltances of, go.
3790:380, 381, 384, 385, 386,387. Cruelty, infance of, 390.
401, 403,494. Concluding opinion Crimes, staie of,

32.
on the merits of this work, 4152 Childrens' heads, curious -form given
416.

them by certain people, 182.
Bligh, lieutenant, his narrative, 209. Caffrarians, some account of the, 220.

His seizure, 209. Proceedings of Contelt, account of a moft borrid bac
the mutineers while he remained y on the island of Formofa; 372.
under confinement, 210. Departure Cyprus, a high hill discovered there,
of the boat from the ship, 211. De Tupposed by Mr. Bruce to be Olym.
termines to proceed to Tofoa,. 211. pus, 225,
Transactions at Tofoa, 211. Com. Cook, captain, life of, 44. Manner of
mencement of hostilities at that his education, 44. Apprenticed to
island, 212. Death of John Norton, a shop-keeper, 44. Embarks in the
212. Mancuyre of lieutenant Bligh

coal crade, 144

Enters into the
to escape from the favages, 212. Re. king's service, :45. His fervices at
Solution of the captain to proceed 10 the memorable fiege of Quebec, 43:
Timor, 213. Dreadful situation of Appointed to survey the coasts of
the crew, 215. Description of the Newfoundland, 46. Continued, 71.
Noddy, 216. Mode of dividing {mall Appointed to superintend the expedie
portions at sea, 216, Arrival on the tion to the Friendly Illes, a. His
coast of. New Holland, and meeting account of an adventure of Meffrs.
with seasonable relief, 216. Conclu. Banks and Solander, in the bay of
Lion of his narrative, 249.

His Good Success, 72. His account of
spirited behaviour among the mutia the arrival of the Endeavour at Ota-
neers, 251.. Congratulation on a heite, 72. Arrives in the Downs,
prospect of relief after clearing the 73. Is promoted to the command of
coast of New Holland, 251. Sickly another Ship, in order to determine
state of the crew, 252. Their arrival the existence of a fouthern continent,
at Coupang, the residence of the

73. His progress in search of a
Dutch governor, and their proceed southern continent, 88. Describes
ings as that place, 254.

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his views, 8g. His account of the Lama, 66. The Calmục's method of
lights like the Aurora Borealis; 89. making their offerings to the Lama,
Meets with the Adventure after 67.
Jofing her above thirteen weeks, 89. Cat; fingular instance of affection in
His situation amidit the islands of

one, 70.
ice, 89. Passes the antarctic circle for Crown, Blood's attempt to steal it;
the third time,. 90. Describes an 154.
amazing field of ice, go. Afcertains Cathedral, St. Paul's,, account of;
the extent and situation of the New 157.
Hebrides, gó. Discovers New Cale- Cross, St. Paul's, described, 158.
donia, and names it, go. Arrives Conscience, anecdote of, 158.
in England, 91. Promoted to the Ceremonys Abyssinian, extraordinary
rank of post-captain, gi. Consents 163.
to undertake another expedition to Ceremonies of the Seeks, 164.
determine the probability of à Caffre wars, origin and cause of, 184:
northern passage to the Pacific Ocean, Contrivance, a horrid one, i01.
91. Obtains the promise of a reward Condescension in a fovereign, 234.
from parliament for the discovery of Colunbus, anecdote of, 234.
a passage through Hudson's Bay, 92. China ware, introduced into England
The Resolution and Discovery fixed by king William and queen Mary;
on for the expedition, 92. Dispositions 138.
for the departure of the vesiels, 93. Cromwell, Richard, copy of his writ
Some particulars of Nootka Sound, of summons to parliament to lord
269., Behaviour of the inhabitants

Barksted, 239.
of Owyhee, 169. Change in the Cagliostro, count, sketch of the life and
conduct of these people, 190. Mes travels of, žg.
thod of procuring reftitution for Coffee, origin of, iż.
stolen goods among the Indians, 191. Cards, origin of the use ofí 15.
Critical situation of the captain, 1916 Courage and generosity, initance of
Occurrences at Owyhee previous to 323
his murder, 172. His a faffination Candour, instances of, 364.
hy 'The Indians, and melancholy Creed, the courtier's, 375.
death, 207. Sketch of his charaéter, Crillon; count de, anecdote of, 397.
207. Monsieur Vaillant's reflections Cerastes; a species of the viper, de-
on his death, 208. Honours paid to

fcribed, 405
his memory by the Royal Society Character, a fingular one, 436.
208. His majesty's liberality to clarke's Survey of the Lakes of Cum-
Mrs. Cook and her children, 208. berta nd, anecdotes from, 438.,

Particulars of his family, 208. Cork lad, of Kentmére, account of
Ceremonies, curious, at the death of the, 438.

the Gingiro,king, 285. Inhuman,' Custom, a fingular onė, 441.
previous to the entrance of a new Coaches, origin of, i2.

Abyllinian king into his palace; 23;. Convention between his Britannic ma.
Charles the First, sainthip, and chas jesty and the king of Spain; 460.
racter of, 10, II.

Counter declarations exchanged be
Cuftoms and Manners, Characteristic, tween the British and Spanish minis-
12, 65, 163204, 240, 280.

ters, 459
Cromwell, Oliver, sketch of the life of; Convention; articles of, between Prufa
15, 16, 14.

fia and Auftria, 462.
Chatterton, review of Gregory's life convention, substance of, between the

of, his success as an author, and his Imperial, Dutch, Pruffian, and Bri-
miserable fate, 19, 20,

tish ministers, signed on the joth of
Ceremony, religious, curious account December 1790, 465,
- of a, 33, 34, 35.

b.
Counts Struensee and Brandt, elucidae
tion of their history, 48.

Dey of Algiers, anecdote of the, 62
Campaigns of the year 1789, 106. Dog, instance of fideliiy in a, 181.
Gurious interview with the infant Divorce, a curious one, 432.
Lama, 65. Account of Zeelkoe Disappointment, a fingular, 411.
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