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ibid.

258

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Reply of the British Minifter

246
Proclamation published at Riga

247
Proclamation of the Emperor Aiexander op his Accession to the Throne of Ruffia ib.
Ruffan Imperial Ukaje, relative ta the Order of Malta

248
Rtefan Ukajes of the Emperor Alexander

248
Proclamation published by the Senate of Hamburg, March 29

249
Manifesto of the Landgrave of Heffe

ibid.
King of Denmark's Ordinance for laying an Embargo on English Ships 259
Declaration of the King of Prusia to the Electoral College of Hanover ibid.
Official Account of the iaking Potchor of Hamburg by the Danes 252
Notification published at the Exchange of Hamburg, April 3
Convention between the King of Pruffia and the Regency of Hanover 254
Letter of the College of Commerce at Copenhagen, to ihe Danish Corfuls in

Scotland
Ukases of the Russian Emperor Alexander, jhortly after bis Accesion to be
Throne

256
Rufian Imperial Declaration to Sir Hyde Parker, Admiral of the British Fleet

in the Baltic
Substance of the Declaration of the Russian Enroy to the Deputies of the Elector
of Hanover, April 27, 1801

257
Decree published by the King of Sweden, May 20

ibid.
Order of Council for revoking the Embargo upon Ruffian and Danish Veffels,

June 4
Letter from Sir James Crawford to the Prince of Helle, May 7
Declaration by tre Prirce of Helse to the Council of Hamburg, May 20
Note from the Hanoverian Ministry to the Pruffian Counsellor Von Dobm,
June 14

ibid.
Correspondence of Mr. King, the American Minister, with Lird Hawkesburs,
March and April

263
Correspondence between M. Otto and the Transport-Board, respeling the

Capture of Fifhermt u en the Coast of France, by the English, Jan. Feb. and
March

265
Creaty of Peace concluded at Luneville

, between the French Refutlic and the
Emperor, and the Grmanic Body, Feb. 9
Letter frein bis Imperial Majesty to the Élelors, Princes, and States of the

Empire, Feb. 21
Conclufun of the General Diet of the Empire, March 7

275
Decree of the Imperial Committee, March 10

276
Conclufum decreed at Ratisbon, May I
Decree of his Imperial Mujefty relative to the above Conclufum, une 16. 277
Oficial Note from M. Von Dohm to the Charter of the Bijbopric of Munfter,
Aug. 15

279
Declaration of the Prusian Armbufjador, at Vienna, to the Minifiers of the

Empire there
Later of M. Talleyrand 10 Citizen Bacher, French Chargé d'Affcires as the

Diet of Ratiston, Aug. 24
Proteft of the King of Prudia against the Election of the Archduke Anthony to

tbe Bijnopric of Munfter, Sept. 25
Proteft dilivered in by the Electoral Chapter of Colon, against the Declaraiicńs
of Prusia and France, Sept. 28

Conclufum

259
260

270

274

ibid.

218

218

292

ibid.

0.7.14

Scpt. 29

308

Couclufum of the Diet of Ratislon, 01. 3

286
Declararion of the principal Imperial Commissary, to the Ambassadors, er
of the Holy Roman Empire, Nov. 19

288
Leter frem Ccunt. Cobenzel, to Count 'tadion, the Imperial Nlizifter at Berka,

289
Nate of Count Haugariiz to Count Studion, O27. 26

290
Trealý of Peace between the French Republic and the Emeror of all the
Rulliás, 0.8

291
Preliminary Articles of Peace between ibe French Republic and tbe Ottom2x
Porie, Oc2.9

292
Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the Kingdom of Portugan,

24
Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and she King of ihe two Sicilius
March 28

295
Treaty of Peace letzucin the French Republic and abe' Elector Palatine up

Bavaria, rig. 24
Treaty terzuen ike itch Roullic and Spain, March 21

299
Frealy buivren the French Friperi cethe Regency of. Algiers, Dec. 17. 300
Convention bitzem? 11Freich Gover ment and the Pt; e Pius VII. ana iz
Regulations of ike Gullian Church, Set, 10

303
Circular Letter, iti's effet, iz 11. Efaire, 10 the French Bilbop's reiding is
England, Sept. 16

307
The Poje's Briej, érg. 15
M. Erkkine's jocond Letter to ibe French. Bicroops residing in Eng dumating
Sept. 22

311
Leer by the starten French Dilic;s, resident in Lordoz, to ibe Peps,

312
view of the Repulcic, presented in the Legislative Body at Perzs,

313
Consitution of the Baizvian People

320
Proclamation of the Executive Direczory of the Batavian Ritutlı,
Sit. 14

324
Proclamorion of the nerv Batavian Comminution, ly the Batavian Diccery
07. 16

329
Klemorial, trarjinived by the Stationer, to l.ord Hawkill ury, previous to the

Depariure oj bis Cerere Bighrel jroniterien Court, Dir. 13 330
Jetter ficm ihe Stacticlier to all the timbers of the former Governmeel,
Articles of the noze Hairytis Cicinastvica, Dec. 29
Decree of the Ancient legiflatice Eicy, 0.7. 29

332
Letter written by the Deputies of me Bull Cansons to the Firtt C,
Nov. I

333
Proces corrbal of the taking tussef te Sovereignty of Tujiany, zarur in

the Name of his liniile din Efraria, ting. 4
Proclamction publilt u di Iron precious to the Coronation of the king of
Etru??, Jily 26

336
I etter from ihe King of Etruria to the King of Prusia, Aug. 27 ibre.
Answer of the king of Piala

337
Proclamatiek

0.7.

tov. 23

Dec. 25

331

340

27

34.6

348

Prodamation publihed at Leghorn, Sept. 1

337
Triaty between Rulia and Sweden, April 11

338
Note presented by Count Kalitchett, at Paris, to M. Talleyrand
Second Note, May 1

340
Anwer by the Firji Confiel

342
Circular Letter jent by ise Ruffian Government to all its diplamaric Alinijiers,
refecting the French Repubic, June 19

ibid.
The like respecting the Batavian Republic

ibid.
Declaration of ihe Emperor of Rüya relative to Britifle Property under Se-
queftration, June 5

343
Rujian Ukaje for the Union of Georgia with Ruja, Feb. 7

ibid.
Edict of the King of Naples, Feb. 18
Proclamation of the King of Spain against Portugal

, Feb.

344
Proclamation by the Portuguejé Government, April 26
Triai, bet wein Spain and Portugal, Aug. 8
Proclamation ifjued at L.foon, July 20

351
Address to the American Congress, by the President, March,

ibid.
Mfuge from the President to both lloujes of Congrojs, December 8

354
Letter from Toufaint Louverture to the Barft Conjul, February 12
The like, July 16
Proclamation by Toufaint Louverture, July 8
Marifejto of ine Magifirates nominated by the First Conful to constitute the
Government of Gaudaloupe, December 3

363
Proclam. tion at St. Domingo, by Toussaint Louverture, ivovem'er 365
Proclamation of the Firft Conjul to the inhabitants of St. Domingo, Novem-

her 8
Letter from the First Conful to Toufaint Louverture, November

372
Public Ediel addrelled by the Hoppo, or Receiver General of the Customis et

Canton, for the Information of the Merchunts appointed to trade with Fo.
reign Nations

374

349

360
361
362

25

371

CHARACTERS.

391,

A Tribute to the Memory of Gilbert Wakefield, by Dr. Aikin

377
Anecdotes of Mr. Robert Bage, by Mr. Kiiton

385
Character of F. Caspar Lavater, by Profesjor Meirers

388
Memoirs of Mi's. Chapone, by Mrs. Barbauld

390
Of the Public Accommodations at St. Peterforırg
Anecdotes of Frederick William, King of Prusia, by M. Segur

394
Character of Charlemagne ; from Ranken's History of France

396
Character of the Female Inhabitants of Mauritius ; from Viscount de Vaux's

Hiftory of that Ifand
Interesting Anecdote of M. Greville de Forval, and a Princess of Madagas-
car; from the same

398
Sketch of tl. Life of Bryan Edwards, Ej1. M. P. by himself.
Account of Mr. Boulton's Manufaclory at Sobo, near Birmingham; from
Slaw's Hiftory of Staffordjhire

Character

397

400

402

Charader of the Irish; from Cooper's Letters on that Nation : 40%
Anecdotes of the Emperor Paul of Ruffia; from the Secret Memoirs of ibal
Parallel between Paul and his Father; from ibe fame

.429
Portraits of the Grand Dukes Alexander and Constantines from the same 432

Court

NATURAL HISTORY.

Account of the Discovery of Silver, in Herland Copper Min, by the Ro.
Malachi Hitchins; from the Philosophical Transactions

435
General Remarks on the Eruption of a Volcano ; from the Frencb of Ordinaire's
History of Volcanoes

437
Account of the Submarine Volcanoes of Santorin and the Azores; from tbe
fame

437
Account of tbe remarkable Inffinĉt of a Bird, called the Nise Kiler, by Mr.

Job Hickewalder ; from ibe American Philofopbical Transactions 441
Account of the Bat of the Mauritius ; from the Viscount de Vaux's Account
of ibat Island

443
Account of ibe principal Rivers of Devonshire; from Skrine's Account of the
Rivers of Griat Britain

ib.
Excurfions to the Summit of the Sugar Loaf and Skyrrid; from Mr. Cexe's
History of Monmouthshire

446

451

USEFUL PROJECTS.
lift of Patents for new Inventions, granted during the rear 1801
Account of Experiments in cultivating Rice, by the Righe Honourable Sir

Joseph Banks: from the Communications to the Board of Agriculture 459
Account of a nezy Eudiometer, by Mr. Davy; from the Journals of the Royal
Inftitution of Great Britain

46)
Account of a Method of generating Yeafl, by the Rev. William Majen;

from the Transactions of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manu-
factures, and commerce

463
Observations on the Means of increafing the Quantities of Heat obtained in

the Combustion of Fuel, by Count Rumford; from tbe Journals of the Royal
Institution of Great Britain

467
Experiments upon Magnet ifin, by the Rev. James Maddison ; from ibe Traila
actions of the American Philosophical Society

470
Experiment in making Hay, by Mr. Arthur Young; from the Annals of Agri-
culture

473

ANTIQUITIES.

Defeription of Richborough-Cafle; from Pennant's Journey to the Ifle by
Wight

474
Account

Account of an Entertainment given by the Society of Lincoln's Inn to Charles 11.

and bis Court ; from Ireland's Historical Account of the Inns of Court und Chancery

475 General Observations on the Persepolitaz Charailers, with a Defcription of

fome Bricks lately sent to Europe from the Scite of ancient Babylon; by Hager

477 Account of an ancient Monument at Vienne

400 Reasons why the County of Surry Jhould not be charge; with any great Number

of Horses. Extratiei from a Volume of original Letters and State Papers written in the Reign of Elizareth

486 Naesof Pictures taken by Lord Orford at Woburn Abbey; not inferred in his Works.

ibid. Acceunt of Dearths and Famine. From a scarce and curious Pamphlet, en

titled, Artachth's; or, A new Booke deciuring the Ayija ir Height of Bread by Troy and A verdupois Weight, and co taining arvers Oraers and

Articles mude and set forth by the Lords and others of bis Majefties mejt bonble Privie Councell, 480 Printed by R. bijpop and Erwara Grijane, and are to be fold at the Stationers Shops, or at the Chamber of John Lenieibam, the Composer, in Simmuns Inn, in Chancerie Lane."

MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.

On the indelible Character of the Priesthood. From Campbell's Leatures On

Ecclehaftiçal History. Letter of the late Dr. Goldsmith, when about Yrventy-fizie Years old, to a

young Gentleman whom he bad for a short Time instructed in diferent, Branches of Learning. Original Letter from Dr. Samuel Johnson. Not published in his works, 'any Life of him.

506 Letter from a Repentant Highwayman to a Lady whom he had ročbed.

508 Female Handicruftswomen.

509

POETRY.

Ode for the New Year; by H. J. Pye. Ejg. Poet Laureat.

513 Ode for his Majesty's Birth day, 1801. By the same.

514 Epitaph on Mr. 1. A. Hamilton, in the Churtb-yard of Newport Pagnel. By the late William Cowper, Esq.

516 Prologue. By a Gentlemen of Leicester. On opening the Theatre, as Sydney, Botarry Bay, to be spoken by the celebrated Mr. Barrington.

ibid Lines written upon seeing the unclaimid Corpse of a Suicide exposed on the Bank

of a River. "By Thomas Campbell, Eja. Author of The Pleasures of Hope.

517 Sonnet, by. R. B. Sheridan

518 The Sorrows of Switzerland, From Jacobinism, a Paem

ibid. Tbe

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