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F. . ' .
F.C. on coalitions, 615. . .

| Jamaica; speech of the Governor of, on proro-
Finance; war of, 23.

guing the Assembly, 397.
Finances, British ; observations on the present Jamaica Colonists; defence of the conduct of,
state of, 282, 301, 410, 444, 508, 577, 609.

- of Ireland; reflections on the present | Jamaica; dispute between the Lieutenant Gover-
state of, 992.

nor of, and the House of Assembly, 771. Re.
France, state of, reflections on, 180.

flections on, 796.
French Funds; a short sta' ement of facts relating

to the claims of British creditors on, 366. Res
marks on, 240. A British Creditors reply to | King's Friends; strictures on the persons styling
the remarks, 293. Answer to the reply, 298 themselves, 638.

Defence of, 392. Reply to the defence, 400. King's illness; W. Wi's letter on, 427.
Foreign Official Papers, 205, 297, 392, 431, 499, 1

543, 603,678, 725, 745, 750, 779, 897, 906, 966,
979.1

| Li's letter on the report of the Committee of the
Forral, on the situation of quarter masters of ca House of Commons on the core laws, 960.
valry, 525.

Letter from R. N, on ihe Society for the Suppres.
sion 'of Vice, 55.

- from R. T., on the necessity of putting se-
Goree ; papers relative to the capture of, 626,

veral officers of the royal marines on the retired
225. Observations on, $67.

lis., 59.
Grenville, Lord, examination of the parliamentary

- trom. R. B., on the income tax, 74.
conduct of, 97.

- from Mr. Grimstone, in defence of the So.
Grimston, Mr. his defence of the Society for the
Suppression of Vice, 76. 'Anti-Puritan's re-

ciety for the Suppression of Vice, 76.

from Clericus, on consecrating colours, 80.
view of, 112.

------ circular, from Mr. Secretary Yorke to the

lords lieutenants of the several counties of Great
Home's History of the Rebellion; curious extract Britain, 84.
from, 237.

ce from Mr. Secretary Yorke to Lord Teign-
Hope, C. ; public records of the county of Banff, mouth relative to the loyal Southwark volun-

relating to his conduc towards Mr. Morison, 937. teers, 91.
Observations on, 937.

--- from Lord Teignmouth to Colonel Tierney
H. T.'s letter on the payment of the salaries of relative to the loyal Southwark volunteers,91.
Irish civil officers at par, 467.

----- from Anti Puritan, on the Society for the

Suppression of Vice, 112.

--- from Philo Patriæ, on volunteer corps go-
Income Tax, R. B.'s letter on, 74.

verned by committees, 129..
India; reflections on the war in, 501, 704.

--- from A Citizen Soldier of the Lath and
Intelligence, Foreign, 18, 60, 127, 144, 174, 238,

Plaster, Army, on the fracas in the corps of Bris-
276, 374, 398, 434, 476.

tol light-horse volunteers, 131.
- Domestic, 19,6, 128, 145, 177, 239, ---- from a Highlander, on a late occurrence in
277, 376, 399, 435.

the L e corps of volunteers, 132. '.
- Military, 20,63, 146, 178, 239, 373, Le from C. S. of E- ll, giving an account

of the couduct of thc volunteer corps of that
-- Naval, 22, 64, 147, 179, 279, 378, place, 133
400, 478.

- from a corporal of a volunteer corps, in
Invasion, observations on, 32, 287.

the City of Westminster, to his colonel, 134..
1. O.'s observations on volunteer corps, 72.

-- from Verax, on a change of ministry, 135.
- strictures on Lord St. Vincent, 294.

---- circular, from Mr. Secretary Yorke to the
Irish Bank Paper; observations on the deprecia- ! several lords lieutenants of counties, 143. ,
tion of, 247, 280.

- from Conciliator, in defence of the Irish
Catholics; Conciliator's letter on the situa Catholics, 169.
tion of, 170. Further observations on, 304.

- from Centurio, on the military system of
- the British Observer's letters to Great Britain, 170.
Lord Redesdale in defence of, 38, 463, 662.

circular, from Mr. Secretary Yorke, to the
Irish Civil Officers; H. T.'s letter on the payment Tord Lieutenant of Sussex, 173. .
of their salaries at par, 467. Further observa-

- freni Lord Rcdesdale to the Earl of Fin-
tions on, 506.

gal, 215.
- Currency, reflections on the state of, 506, from the Earl of Fingal to Lord Redesdalse,
393, 703.

218.
- a Speculator's letter on the de - - from Lord Redesdale to the Earl of Fingal,
plorable state of, 641.

220.
- Exchange; Hibernicus' letter on the present -- from the Earl of Fingal to Lord Redesdale
state of, 289. Observations on, 304, 348.
Finances; reflections on the present state from Lord Redesdal: 1o the Earl of Fingal,

22.
Government; strictures on the conduct of, from the Earl of Fingal to Lord Redesdale,
353.

223.
Half-Pay Officers ; Miles' letter in behalf from Lord Rcdesdale to the Earl of Fingal,
of, 470. An Old Soldier ou the same subject, 224
593.

from Observer, in defence of the Eweli
Militia Bills; observations on, 568.

corps of volunteers, 227

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of, 972.

529.

265.

343.

Letter from A. W., on the Corps Diplomatique | Leiter from Crito, to Lord Redesdale, on his
229.

lordships' correspondence with the Earl of Fin.
me from P. Q. on the property tax, 231.

gal, 526.
from T. S., on the encouragement given to

from A Protestant, on Lord Redesdale's
non commissioned officers, 232..

correspondence with the Earl of Fingal, $28.
from 2., on Lord St. Vincent and the navy, -- from Britannicus on the blocking system,
232.
from Camillus, on the conduct of the Edin.

from Argonaut, in answer to Y.'s defence
burgh voluncecrs at the time of the rebellion, of the Admiralty, 533.
237.

-- from X., on the economy of the present
- from Britannicus, on the blockade of the Board of Admiralty, 538.
harbour of Brest, 257.

- on the complaints of the Jamaica Colo-
from Doccor Coppinger, the Roman Catho nists, 538.
lic Bishop of Cloyne and Ross to Lord Redes -- from R. on the petition of the Sierra Leona
dale, 260.

Company, 542.
-- from Lord Redesdale to Doctor Coppinger, - from An Old Soldier, on the situation of

Irish balf-pay officers, 595.
- from Hibernicus, on the state of Irish Ex - - the third, from An Old Seiman, on the
change, and the payment of the salaries of Irish naval inquiry, 596.
civil officers at par, 289.

- - from T. Y., on the present state of our na.
- from a British Creditor in the French val defence, 601.
funds, 293.

-- circular, from the French Minister of Fo.
from 1. O., on the conduct of Earl St. Vin. reign Affairs to the Foreign Ministers resident
cent, 294.

at Paris, 606.
from Le Voici, on the conduct of Lord -- from F. C., on coalitions, 615.
Hawkesbury relative to the Egyptian campaign, - from R. S. on the deplorabie state of the

currency of Ireland, 618.
from An Irish Roman Catholic, to Lord - from Silva, on the state of our Dock-yards,
Redesdale cu his correspondence with the Earl 621.
of Fingal, 344. .

--- from An Old Soldier, on the custom of re-
- from A Friend to Toleration, on the peru primanding officers, 623.
sal of Lord Redesdale's letter to Doctor Coppin -- from Publius,' on the economy of the Ad-
ger, 345

miralty, 624.
from Z., on the present low rate of naval -- from Oxoniensis, on the authenticity of
insurance, 283.

Mr. Drake's correspondence, 625.
o the first, from the British Observer, to Lord - - from A Spectator, on the deplorable state of
Redesdale, on his lordship's correspondence the currency of Ireland, 641.
with the Earl of Fingal, 385.

--- from A Lover of Truth, on the revenue
- from E. V., on the present state of the laws, and more particularly on the law impoting
navy, 387.

a tax upon property, 645.
from Another British Crcditor, on the

-- from C. R., containing a defence of Lord
claims of the Anglo-Gallic Creditors, 392.

Redesdale's letters to the Earl of Fingal, 659.
from T. H. in defence of Lord St. Vincent

- the third, from the British Observer, to
and the Board of Admiralty, 417.

Lord Redesdale, on his lordship's correspond,
the first, from an old Seaman, on the na ence with the Earl of Fingal, 662.
val inquiry, 418.

- from Miles, on the situation of artillery
from Camillus, on the powers of the Con officers, 669. .
tinent, 482.

from Anti-Climax, on the property tax,
from Mercator, on the situation of British 670.
merchtots established in France, 427.

- fram Camillus, on the continental powers,
14. from W. W. on his Majesty's illness, 427.

705.
1.-- the second, from the British Observer, to - from C. B. on bank dollars, 713.
Lord Redesdale, on his Lordship's correspon-

on the bencfii arising from the Sinking
dence with the Earl of Fingal, 463.

Fund, 719.
- From H. T. on the paymeot of the salaries -- from Verar, on the Irish Catholics, 722.
of Irish ci il otficers at par, 457.

aren from the Prince of Congé to the Emigrants
from Miles, on the situation of Irish half on the murder of ihe Duke d'Enghuien, 724.
pay officers, 469.

- the first, from the British Observer, on the
- fiom Y.' ia defence of the conduct of the loyalty of the Irish Catholics, 737.
Admiralty, 470.

from Mr. Cobbert to Mr. Livingstod, on
from X., in defence of the civil officers of his answer to M. Talleyrand's circular note ree
be navy, 473.

lative to Mr. Drake's correspondence, 769.
in the second, from An Old Scaman, on the - the second, from the British Observer, on
naval inquiry, 481.

the loyalty of the Irish Catholics, 859, 894.
-- from Nauticus, on the conduct of the Lon. -- from Admiral Linois to the Minister of
don Common Council, 499.

Marine, 907.
- from A. B, on the Anglo-Gallic Creditors, -- from julliem, Prefect of the Department

of Morbeham to the Grand Judge of Paris, re.
from the French Chargé d'Affaires at Al. Jative to be seizure of Captain Wright, 907.
giers to the Minister of Marine, 499.

- from the Lord Advocare of Scotland to
- from A. Z., on the state physician, 513. Mr. Forbes, the Sheriff Substitute of Banff, 938.

from Probus, on the volunteer bill, sto. -- from L. on the Corn Laws, 960.

- from Forrial, on the situation of quarter. -- from T. B. on the Corn Laws, 963
masters of cavalry, sas.

--- from W.R. on Doddridge's Essay or Par.
liamedis, 393

494.

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Letrer from Miles to Lord Chathain. 999.

after his retiring from office, to the nighi of Mr.
- from the Emperor of the French to the Patteo's-motion, 449...
A hp. of Paris, '998.. ", 95, -, -it'te Picbegruj seview of his military project, 912,

frono Abe Emperor of the French to the 21. 941,972..
· Bishop of Menity: 08' I.

Plunkeit, Mr. Solicitor of Ireland ; trial of an ac-
- from Cardinal Caprara to the French Bish- . tion for damages brought by him against Ms.
ops, 999. g .

Cobbeti, for a Jibel, 86g:
Liverpool merchants, R. N.'s observations on the Powers of the Continent; Camillus letter on,
refusal of a loan to, 58. i - .

442.
Livingston, Mr.; Mr. Cobbett's letter to him, on P.Q.'s letter on the property tax, 231.

his answer to Talleyrand's circular note, 769. Prayer; form of, upon the prospect of his Majesty's
London Common Council, praccedings of, on a' recovery, 396.
motion for a vote of thanks to Mr. Addington, Probus, on the volunteer bill, 520,
961. * 1 ' ?

Property tax; P.Q.'s letter on, 231.
Louisiana; proclamation issued at, New Orleans

er thoughts and observations upon,
by the Governor of the Mississippi territory, on 645.
tazing possession of that province in behalf of Protestants' observations on Lord Redesdale's cor-
the United States, 394.

respondence, 528.
Lover of Truth, on the revenue laws, and more | Public Papers, 83, 295, 380, 393, 603, 675,788,

particularly upon the law imposing a tax upon 906, 971,994.
property, 645.

Publius on naval economy, 624.
Marine officers on the retired list; R. T.'s remarks
on their situation, 60, 232. .

Quarter-masters of cavalry; Forrial on the situa.
· Mercator's letter in behalf of British creditors in ' tion of, 525.
France, 427.

R.
Miles letter in behalf of Irish half-pay officers,

R.'s letter on the Sierra Leone perition, $42.
470.

R. B.'s letter on the income tax, 74.
- artillery officers, 669.

Redesdale, Lord; correspondence between him
Military system of ('reat Britain; Ceaturio's let-

and the Earl of Fiogal, 215. Supplement to,
ter on, 170.

260.
Military project; review of Mr. Pitt's, 912, 941,

- Conciliator's observations on
972

his correspondence with Lord Fingal, 170,
Ministry: change of, Verar's letter on, 135. - .

-~-. strictures on his correspon-
ca reflections on, 725 , ,

'dence wich Lord Kedesdale, 285, 304.'
- , new; reflections of, 728, 962, 799..

An Irish Roman Catholics"let-
Moreau ; letter from General, io the First Consul

ter to him,' on his correspondence with Lord
.: of France, 966.

Fingal, 344.
letter from the Grand Judge of France to

A Friend roTolcration, stric-
- General, 970.

tures on the conduct of, 345. "
N.

- The British Observerso letters
Nauticus on the conduct of the London Common l' to, 385, 463, 662. . sed in
Council, 489.

Crito's letter to, *26. ..
• Naval defence of the country; T. Y.'s letter on

- a Protestant's observations on
the state of,-601.

his correspondence with the Earl of Fingal, 528.
Naval economy; xi's letter on, 538.

- C. R.'s defence of,6592
- Publius' letter on, 624.

Verax's reply to C.R.'s detence
· Naval inquiry; An Old Scaman's letters on, 418,

of, 722.
481, 596.-Observations on, 440.

Report of the Grand Judge, relative to the con-
Navy; É. V.'s letter on the present state of, 387. I spiracy at Paris, 359.
Xi's defence of the civil officers of, 473

- of Paris, on Mr.
- -Zi's remarks on the state of, 383.

Drake's correspondence, 543. Second report,
Z.'s letter on Lord St. Vincent and the,

678, 750.
233.0

Revenue laws; thoughts and observations upon,

645.
Observer's defence of the Ewell volunteers, 225.

Roman Ca: holics; The British Ohserver's letters
Officers; An Old Soldier's letter on the custom of ! on the loyalty of, 737,859, 894.
reprimanding, 623.

R. S. on the deplorablc state of the currency of
Old Scaman's letters on the Naval Inquiry, 418, Ireland, 618."
481, 396.

S.
Old Soldier's letter on the custom of scprimanding Scotland, Lord Advocate of; public records of the
officers, 623.

county of Banff, relating to his conduct to Mr.
O'Neil, Mr.; justificatory narrative of, 260.

Morrison, 937. Observations on, 937, ICC
Oxoniensis, on ihe authenticity of Mr. Drake's / Sheffield, Lord, bis observations on voluateers,:25
correspondence, 625.

Sheridan, Mr.; remarks on his turning placeman,

287.
* Parliament; reficxions on the late divisions in, Ship-owners; proceedings of, 666. . .

Sic itur ad astra, 670.
Parties, state of, observations on, 26, 189.

Sierra Lcona; on the present state of thrat Colony,
were - reflexion on the state of, 958.

437
Philo Patriz's observations on the volunteer sys-

petition ; R.'s letter on, 542.
ten, 12.9. .
!

Silva on the state of our Dock-yards, 621.
Pich you; juridical report connected with the Sinking Fund; advantages arising from the, 719.
su ide of, 604.

Observations on, 761..
l'iitik.; TcView of his conduct in Parliament | Slare trade; obscrvations on, 933, 1007.

Sociсty for the Suppression of Vice, strictures pa's

a gradilo Voolainf o
upou 'the, 4. Mr. Grimscore's defece of,6 Verax's letter on a change of ministry, 13803
Anti Purican's review of Mr. Grimston's defence reply to C. K.'s defence of Ld Rodesdale, 722.
of it.*3 il sort

. . art Vinceni, Lord St.; Z.'s letter on the conduct of,
Sourhwark loyal voluareers; proceedings of, 89. 1 233.40779:"1261,01 Mourbita .
Spectator, on the deplorable state of the currency

1:0.'s strictures on the conduct
ofireland, Gr.'>

: :''. of, 294. de
State-physician, the, 513.

T. H.'s defence of, 417.
Summary of Politics, 23, 86, 121, 148, 180, 240, | Vice, Society for the Suppression of, strictures on,

280, 299, 347, 460, 436, 499, 563, 628, 726, 754, 54. Mr. Grimston's defence of, 76. Anti Puri-
790, 908, 929, 972., 1004.

tan's resicu of Mr. Grimston's dcfence of, 112.
Surinam, Account of the Capture of, 999.

Volunteers; Observer's delence of the Ewell, 227.
. For

bill; Probus' letter on, 520.
Table of the prices of the French five per cent.

-- corps, 1. O.'s obscrvations on, 72.
cogsoliden, Irom January to May, 1804, 1027.

- copy of a letter from a corporal
Tablc of the prices of the English three per cent.

of a, 134.
consuls, from January to May, 1804, 1027.

-- - Royal York Mary-la-bonne, proceed-
Table of the number of bankruptcics from Ja-

ings of, 133.
nuary to May, 1894, 1027.

- system, review of, 33. Observations
Table of the prices of meat, sugar, salt, and coals,

on, 86, 123, 156, 186, 306, 357, 406, 443, 504,
in London, from Janvary to May, 1804, 1027.

797.
Table of the prices of the quartern loaf, in Lon-

-- Philo-patrix's observations on,
don, from January to May, 1804, 10:7.

129.
T. B.'s letter on the report of the committee of the

A Citizen Soldiers letter on the
House of Conimons upon the British corn laws,

dcfects of, 130.

- A Highlanders strictures on,
963.
T. He's defence of Lord St. Vincent, 417.

132. ..

- -- Mr. Whitbread's speech in the
Thoughts and observations, upon the cercouc laws,
and more particularly upon the law imposing a

House of Commons on the, 161.
", tax upon property, 645, .

w.
Treaty of Peace between the E. India Comp. and
che Rajab uf Berar, 994.

Welsh Coast; reflcxions on the defensive situation
Treaty of Peace between the E. India Comp. and

of, 182. *
• Seindea, 996

Whitbread, Mr. ; his speech in the House of Com-
! Trial of Ms. Cobbett, for publishing in the Weekly mons on the volunteer system, 161.
Register, certain libels upon the Earl of Harda

W. W.'s letter on his Majesty's illness, 427.
-Wicke, Lord Redesdale, Mr. Justice Osborne, and

X.
Mr. Marsden, 801.:

X.'s defence of the civil officers of the navy, 473.
Trial of an action for damages,' brought by

X. on the economy of the naval department, 508
Mr. Plunkeit, solicitor of Ireland, againt

Mr. Cobbelt, for a libel upon the said Mr.
- Plunketi, 8658 . .

Y.'s defence of the Admiralty, 470.
True Briton and Sun newspapers ; picture of the

Z.
political turpitude of, 193.
T $8s later on the state of the naval defence of Z.'s letter on Lord St. Vincent and the Navy, 233.
the cougiry, 601,

2.'s remarks on the state of the Navy, 383.

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Bariug, 495

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Corry, 248, 282, 289, 349

*** INDEX OF PERSONS.
A.
Clarke, 755

242,343, 352,675, 688,
Adlingtan, 4% 58, 78, Cobbçtı, 106, 594, 615, Elliot, 5, 14, 316, 915 727
129, 140, 153, 191, 287, 800, 801, 865

Enghuien, Duke d', 495, Heriot, 288
356, 516, 538,577, 761 Collingdon, 39

499, 363, 724, 791 Hobart, 175
Arbuthnot, 935
Condé, 724
Erskine, 93

Home, 237
B.
Coppinger, 219, 260, 344,

F.

Hope, 938
Banks, 574

Fingal, 170, 215, 260

1. J.
incertwallis, 184, 490, 530 Folk

Cornivallis, 184, 490, 530 Folkestone, 441, 445 Jefferson, 150
Beloc, 109

Johnstone, 306
Bentley, 2

497, 469, 506, 573, 641 Fox, 72, 139, 350, 355, Ireland, 104

616, 728, 767

Jullicm, 907
Boyd, 110

K.
Dawes, 134

Francis, 704
Buonaparté, 127,186,214, Dessais, 415

Fraser, 626

King, 350, 439

G.
415,- 563, 74, 754, Dick, 350
779, 282, 289, 8970 D'Iveroois, 23, 180, 407 Georges, 359, 431

Landaff, 567
c. * Dowley, 36

Grenville, 4, 97, 732 Lasoe, 18
Canning, 65, 353, 738, Drake, 543, 566, 606, Grimston, 80, 112 Laurence, 4

"* 625, 625, 673, 686, 759,
763, 300,

H. . . Linois, 896
Carnot, 745

769

Hamilton, 280, 467, 469 Liston, 931
Castlereagh, 155,349,642 Dumonceau, 78 Hauterive, 755

Livingstone, ;69
Chalmers, 352

Duncannon, 159 Hawkesbury, 100, 230, Lloyd, 36
Cselborne, 395

Boyse, 159

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Long, 2, 70, 10, 323, Newport, 280, 350
338, 454

0.

Redesdale, 170, 275, 260, Victor, 179
Lutz, 256

O'Neil, 260,

• 285, 305, 344, 345, 353, Vincent, St. 233, 2941
M.

Otto, 101, 121, 343, 566 385, 463, 526, 528,639, 417, 418, 443, 470, 4817
Mackworth, 94, 129

P.
662, 737 i

596, 601, 624
Maitland, 155

Pellew, 421

. Regnier, 361, 546, 678. . ZW.
M'Lane, 771 pm Peltier, 436

Richmond, 174

Wales, Prince of, 255
Markham, 383

Pichegru, 347, 359, 412, Rocham beau, 19, 176 Ward, 252, 453, 575, 915
Mahée de la Touche, 630 604

Rose, 3237352, 446

Wellesley, 704
Merry, 242, 250, 371, 694 Piti, 1, 26, 37, 40, $o, Rozey, 686, 750 Whitbread, 161, 181,798,
Milton, 237
124, 136, 190, 252, 301,

S .

937
Montgelas, 678

303, 306, 324, 352, 358, Sheffield, 225, 439 Wilberforce, 933
Moreau, 347, 359, 414 402, 440, 443, 449, 575, Sheridan, 27, 48, 258, Wilmot, 52, 86
Morison, 798

615,633, 707,726,728, 287, 356, 416,414 Windham, 13, 16, 71, 72,
Morperh, 629

762, 794, 910,912,939, Sinith, 44, 679, 686 86, 123, 129, 154, 250,
Moule, 411
941, 958

316, 321,355, 915, 942
Musgrave, 661, 722 Plowden, 288

Talleyrand, 606, 769 Wrottesicy, 304, 353
Plunketr, 864

Temple, 3, 336
Nares, 109
Ponsonby, 348

Tierney, 49, 89, 125, 800 Yonge, 504
Nelson, 375
Prussia, King of, 296 Tinseau, 182

Yorke, 12, 16, 84,8 ,91
Nepean, 507

Tweedalc, 237

123, 144, 174, 520

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971

495

707, 710

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INDEX OF PLACES.
A.

Dublin, 128, 215, 265, Indies, West, 18 Portugal, 145, 191
Alexandria, 60, 127, 174, 290, 506, 507, 618 Italy, 214

Prussia, 296, 422, 607,
239, 434
Domingo, 19, 62, 128,

700, 722
Algiers, 374, 499

145, 154, 176, 212, 398 Lanark, 132
America, 121, 148, 15!, Droglieda, 345

Lej hoin, 240

. Ratisbon, 295, 380, 426,
175, 214, 239, 250, 376, .,

Lisbja, 143, 434, 605 722,788, 906,908,929,
395, 398, 405, 439,608, Edinburgh, 238, 938 'Liverpool, 58"
769
Egypt, 60, 127, 144, 174, Livonia, 175

Rochelle, 210
Antwerp, 210, 753 238,270, 343

Louisiana, 19, 62, 149, Romclia, 175, 374
Aurungabad, 144 Esthonia, 175

152, 175, 214, 376, 395, Russia, 61, 122,239, 398,
Austria, 121, 423, 607, Ewell, 228

426, 449, 476, jo 1, 607,
F.
Lucia, 213

711, 788, 790, 906,908,
B.
Ferrol, 287

M.:

909, 929, 932
Baden, 788, 906
Florence, 239

Madoid, 144, 150
Banff, 798,937
Floridas, 121, 153
Malaga, 195

Scotland, 237
Batavia, 277

Flushing, 147, 382 Mahratta, 144, 174, 477 Sierra Leone, '437, 542,
Bavaria, 121, 127, 543, France, 145, 152, 180, Malia, 213, 294, 792 567
600, 678,707
205, 293, 297, 347, 359, Marengo, 2017

Spain, 62, 121, 122, 145,
Bayonne, 147

393, 412,431,436,496, Marscilies, 148. 210 149, 150, 175
Belgium, 208

543,603,678,725, 745, Martinique, 148, 156 Strasburgh, 495
Bencoolen, 906

750, 754, 779,789,897, Mississippi, 150 Stutgard, 603
Birmingham, 571

929, 966
Morea, 277, 398

Sussex, 173
Bombay, 174
Franconia, 83, 127 Moroces, 128

Sweden, 424, 709, 711,
Boulogne, 27, 147, 238,

. G.

Munich, 121, 543, 678, 713
279, 365,602
Geneva, 147

750

Syria, 60
Bourdeaux, 280
Good Hope, Cape of, 910 . N.

T. -
Brazil, 171
Goree, 567, 626,725 Naples, 240

Tangiers, 128
Brest, 147, 257, 530
Gurrerat, 174

New Orleans, 121, 149, Tobago, 213
Bristol, 130, 183, 410

a, H.
150, 151, 395

Toulon, 147, 287
Bulgaria, 195
Hague, 178, 240 Nice, 210

Tripoli, 379
Burhampoor, 174
Hamburgh, 603 . Nova Scotia, 542

V.
C.
Hanover, 61, 146, 171,

Vannes, ço7
Candy, 174. 477

179, 213

Orleans, New, 121, 149, Vendée, La, 205
Cape of Good Hope, 910 Helvetia, 214

150, 151, 395

Viesna, 295, 380, 424
Cape François, 128, 176 Holland, 146, 153, 178, Ostend, 366

. Vincennes, 496
Ceylon, 174, 477 i · 212, 279, 707

Corord, 94
Cherbourg, 210
Hungary, 211

Wales, 182
Chester, 50"

1. J.

Paris, 127, 145, 347, 359, Wallachia, 175.
China, 18

Jamaica, 175, 179, 397 375, 394, 412, 431, 436, Walcheren, 170, 382.
Cloyne, 219.

408, 439, 538, 771, 796 496,543, 603,678, 725, Washingtop, 250
Coastautinople, 127, 145, Ireland, '109, 215, 225, 745, 769, 779, 789, 897, Wexford, 894

* 270, 277, 280, 287, 289, 965, 970
Cork, 219, 266, 277 304, 344, 348, 353, 385, Persia, 18

Zealand, 388
Courland, 175

46 ,467, 469, 55, 568, Petersburgh, 175,190,93%
Crimea, 706

573,595,618, 641, 992 Point à Petre, I56
T D. ... adie's, East, 18, 144, 174,Wort de Paix, 18
Denmark, 607, 709 240, 378, 501, 703

0.

W.

478

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