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The Island of Walcheren, with a General Map of the Province of Zealand. 55. A Map of Portugal, drawn from the various provincial Surveys. Corrected by the Nautical Observations of Dr Vincente Tofino, and the Topography of Don Thomas Lopez. 45. 6d.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
Summer Excursions through Parts of England and Wales. By Elizabeth Isabel Spence. 2 vols. 12mo. 10s. 6d.
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A View of Spain, comprising a descriptive Itinerary of each Province, and a Go neral Statistical Account of the Country. By Alexander de la Borde. Translated from the French. 5 vols. 8vo, with an Atlas. Sl. 135. 6d. Contemporary Voyages and Travels, Vol. IX. 8vo. 155.
Aldercreutz, General, seizes the king of
Sweden, I. 430
speech on Mr Madocks's motion against ciates with Sweden, I, 441. His re-
Alexandre, M. discovery for purifying
water, II. 454
sent out to Sir John Moore, I. 95. Althorpe, Lord, his amendment on the
duct negatived, I. 224
Alvarez, Don M. defends Gerona, I. 769.
Am Ende, General, enters Saxony, I. 629
I. 121. Examined respecting the Duke our policy towards that country, I. 8..
sapeake, 419. Mr Jackson sent there,
Breaches of the embargo act, 61. Elec.
amongst the Swedish troops, I. 428. regulations respecting the trade be-
of the commerce, 169, 170. The pre-
corps to the Duke del Infantado, 1, 477 tinique, II. 60.
against the French, I. 554, 557. His Anderson, committed for child
bardment of Vienna, I. 602
Annual Review, observations on, II. 579
on, II. 551
go, I. 395
Antrim, escape of some prisoners there, Baird, Sir David, difficulties in joining
Sir J. Moore, I. 65
Ballads, Old, Shenstone's observations
nish army, I. 783. Defeated, 765 Balman, Mr, attempt to liberate La Far-
Baltic fleet dispersed, II. 269. Arrive, 275
124. Subscription to the patriotic fund,
II. 78. General orders respecting ap- Bankes, Mr, proposes an amendment on
I. 183, 184
Barclay, Captain, his pedestrian exploit.
II. 181. Returns from Walcheren, 200
to Miss Taylor, I. 169.
ing Ferdinand IV. I. 23. Bill on di.
Barry, Mr, objects to the bounty on Irs.
Baseley, Mr, transactions to obtain a
prince of Sweden, I. 440. His sudden lying there, I. 567 ; II. 82. Account of
the action, 115. Trial of the French
575. Preparations for war, 578. State 31. Condemned, 88
, taken by the English, I. 668.
against the Duke of York, I. 182. His
Speechon Mr Madocks' motion against
Lord Castlereagh and Mr Perceval, 945
Bavaria ravaged by the Tyrolese, 1.646,
Beckwith, General, takes Martinique, I.
467. Defeated at Silistria, 468 Bedford, Duke of, statue erected to his
Belem, affiay there, II, 292
dle, II. 133. A ship lost there, 265
Bell-rock Lighthouse, description of, II. Brandon, Mr, boxkeeper, discharged, II.
Brest squadron gets out, I. 364. Re-
1. 556. Organizes the Portugueze ar Part of it destroyed, 373, 376
on the king's speech, I. 2
Lyceum, II. 356
Broad, Mr, discovery of a new guage, II.
Brooke, Lieut.-Col. procures an exchange
with Lieut-Colonel Knight from Mrs
Reding's army, I. 553. Assists Ge practicability of taking Antwerp, I. 679
Brunswick, Duke of, raises a body of
Retreats into Franconia, 624. Insur-
rection of his officers, 633. Defeats
zig, ib. Retreats to Heligoland, 634
dition, II. 73
J. Cradock's removal from the com-
the instructions to Sir Hew Dalrym-
ple, 695, 696
Bulletins, manner of conveying them to
taro, delivers it up to the Russians, I. Buonaparte, Lord Grey's eulogy on his
military character, 1. 89. Encourages
habitants of Madrid to him, and his
John Moore, 530. Returns to Ma-
Metternich, 578. Situation of his ar-
mies in Germany, 593. Address to his
with respect to that country,
Matthew's speech on the Catholics, J. Canning, Mr, speech on the address, I.
tra, 5). Speech on Sir J. Moore's
motion, 218. Charge against Lond
the meeting of general officers, 923
sal of offices, 237. Moves a resolution
Moira, I. 34. His transactions with a seat in the house, 240. Defends Mr
House, 277. Objects to Mr Whit
against the Duke of York, I. 174 ting in the House, 951. Speech on
the treaty with Spain, 491. Duel