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and travels, 174,262, 369, Balance of power in Europe, t09.
Compact of certain powers for pre-
serving it, 107.
Better Lute than Never, a comedy, ato
trade from India and Africa, de. Cambyfes, his frange expedition in
search of gold, 298. Fate of his
travelling there, 22.
261, 280, 281, 282, 297, 298, 299, Covent Garden playhouse, their ma.
401, 403, 494. Concluding opinion Crimes, staie of, 31.
them by certain people, 282.
His seizure, 209. Proceedings of Contelt, account of a moft borrid bac
coal trade; 144.
Enters 'into ihe
the memorable liege of Quebec, 45:
His Good Success, 72. His account of
the islands of ice whicle abitructed
his views, 8ģ. His account of the Lama, 66. The Calmuc's method of
Discovers New Cale- Cross, St. Paul's; described, 158.
Particulars of his family, 208. Cork lad, of Kentmére, account of
the Gingiro,king, 285. Inhuman, Custoin, a fingular one, 441.
Counter declarations exchanged be-
fia and Austria, 462.
Imperial, Dutch, Prussian, and Bri-
tish ministers, signed on the roth of
Dey of Algiers, anecdote of the, 620
: of, 370.
Desert, Nubian, the great, Mr. Bruce's paffion for gaming, gs. Remark-
able instances of his penurious dif.
French king on the subject of how huntsman; 96. Mr. Elwės his own
mfurer, 96. Commences member of
parliament, 97. Death of his fa-
mous fervant of all work, 91. His
56, 80, 192, 232, 272, 312, 352, 392, turnpike, 97. Account of the
432. Of remarkable old persons, 475. wretched fare on which he fometimes
dined, g8. Miftaken for an old car-
of Bruce's Travels, account of ducts an amour with a servant girl,
99. Striking picture of his anxiety
of mind, 99.
ancient kings of, defcribed, 227.
Fragmenrs, 3, 53, 57, 8z, 153, 1337
233, 273, 313, 323, 353, 393, 433.
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27.
Ferocity, uncommon instance of, 6,
228, 269, 287, 309, 347; 389, 429, French revolution, cause of, rrs. Par-
ticalars of, 105, 115, 137.
Fortune, instance of good, 104.
in one, 368. Particulars of, 383.. France, anecdote of the prefent king of,
A tour through part of, 20.
Flattery, anecdotes of, 366.
French National Assembly, 248. "
Funeral honours, 3.09.
Frederick 11. lare king of Prusia,
anecdotes of, 322, 323.
Cossacks and count Benyowsky, 176.
Fenn, fir John, extracts from his orin
Friar, the villainy of a, 437:
Family, a fingular one, 438.
Formosa, a skirmish with the natives of,
life, by captain Topham, 95. Par. Flesh, raw, thoughts on the propriety
His of eating it, 241.
Hair, origin of the cutting it off, 12.
Long, eftcemed a mark of honour,
Inconsistency ; instances of, from An-
drews's anecdotes, 8, 9.
Italian prince, anecdote of, 11.
Juftice, fingular act of, 35.
Îngratitude, initance of, tode
Ingenuousness, instance of, 277.'
finia, curious particulars df, 326. Ir folence rebuked, 363.
Integrity, recompence of, 436.
Interment, Milton's, discovered, 399..
ments which led him and the em-
106. Their preparations previous
Success of the allies immediately at
ter, 107. Revolution of the Aur
trian Netherlands, and the acts of
which finally led to the
revolt, 109 He appoints general
Dalton to ad agairift the Patriots,
His propofitions refufed by
them, 112. Success of the Pacriois
and the defeat of general Dalton,
183. The Patriots give a name to
the new governinent, 114,
emperor's letters to general Dalton,
Remarks by the Belgians,
342. Maflacres at Antwerp, 343.
Instances of the cruelty of Joseph's
difpofition, 344, His remarkable
orders concerning general Vanderf.
merch, 345. His deprellion on re-
ceiving intelligence of the capture
of Ghent, 345.
milioners to facilitate the business
of the Netherlands, 346.
Singular religious belief of the in-
hunting bears there, 206. Natural
King John and the Jew, a fragment,
between Mr. Bruce and one of those ney Cove, with dispatches from go.
3 P 2.
King's speech, copy of, 28. On open- Marriages, profiigate, performed in
the rules of the Fleet, 153:
fingular will, 475.
Magnanimity, instances of, 159, 394,
ticulars relating to, 68. Conjectures Mulis, the power of, 235.
the existence of this monster, 69. Mary queen of Scots, her affecting
cretary Davison's apology for his
Moderation, princely, instance of, 361.
Mechanical arts, ftare of the, in Eng.
land, in the reign of Edward IV. 435.
ticulars of, 192, 229. Determina,
tions on his case, 431. Judge
AMhurd's address to him, 469. His
speech to the court, 470. Result of
his trial at Hicks's Hall, 471.
Matrimony, 54, 55:
Mutiny on board the Bounty armed
Murder of a foreigner by his travelling
Murders, 54, 103, 272.
of, 103. List of, 348.
count of the, 3340
for the year 1790, 18.
Memorial of the ghree mcdiating pow.
ers refiding at the Hague, to
count de Mercy Argentou, the In.
perial ambassador, 464.
Misfortunes, fingular way of treating
n, in France, 23.
III. on the occasion, 109.
chief of the Galla of Angot, 378.
tion, 330. His death, 33!.
Nation, thoughts on the present state
National Events, history of, 103,
Nootka Sound, particulars of, 167
Noddy, description of, 215.
opera, fome account of, 267