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CHAP. LV.

Operations in Italy-EXPEDITION TO

WALCHEREN-Capture of Flushing

Resumption of the Inquiry--Case of Cap -Abandonment of the further objects

tain Maling, and of Colonel French's of the Expedition-Disease among the
Levy-Mr.Dowler-Dr.O'Meara-Miss Troops-Evacuation of the Island. 157
Taylor's Evidence-Mr. Donvan's-Ge-
neral Clavering--Captain Tonyn's Case

CHAP. LIX.
-Captain Sandon committed to New-

gate--Evidence concluded-Inquiries, Expedition to the Isle of Aix-Exploits of

and Debates, resulting from the preceding Lord Cochrane-Danger and importance

Investigation Proceedings on Reform. of his EnterpriseHis singular Escape

-Destruction of the French Fleet-Mis-

understanding between bim and Lord

CHAP. LVI. .

Gambier--The latter demands a Court

Martial, and is Aequitted-Admiral

Changes in Germany since the Treaty of Harvey also is tried by a Court Martial

Campo Formio- Preparations for War and sentenced to be dismissed, but is

· on the part of Austria-Commencement afterwards restored to his rank. 176

of Hostilities—Retreat of the Austrians

-Buonaparte appears before Vienna-

CHAP. LX.

Capture of that City-Passage of the

Danube by the French--Battle of As- Revolution in Sweden.Deposition of

pern, (or Essling)-Misconduct of the Gustavus-Negotiations between Eng-

Archduke-Splendid Military move laod and America--Mr. Erskine violates

ments of BuonaparteBATTLE OF bis instructions, and is succeeded as

WAGRAM-Schill's Insurrection and Ambassador by Mr. Jackson-Surrender

Death---Perilous march of the Duke of of Martinique-Reduction of Sepegal

Brunswick-Insurrections in the Tyrol - -Disturbances in India--Conduct of

The Insurgents are sacrificed to the Sir George Barlow-The attention of

tears of the Cabinet of Vienna-France the English People diverted from Pe-

dictates terms of Peace to Austria litical events to the 0. P. riots at Covent

Death of Hoffer, the Tyrolean Leader. Garden Theatre-Dissensions in the

.115

Cabinet-Lord Castlereagh and Mr.

Canning fight a Duel - Divorce of Jose British Officers-. Their Dismissal-Do-
phine, empress of France. Page 185 mestic affairs-Death of the Princess

Aurelia-Indisposition of the King-

CHAP. LXI.

Proceedings in Parliament on that oc-

casion--Establishment of a Regency.

Debates in Parliament-Resolutions on

Page 261

the Expedition to Walcheren-A Com-

CHAP. LXV.

mittee of Inquiry is appointed--Discus-

sions respecting the standing order of State of Parties-Mr. Perceval and his

the House of Commons--Mr. Gale Jones, friends retained in power-Parliamentary

for breach of privilege, is committed to transactions-- Disturbances at Notting-

Newgate-Letter of Sir Francis Bur ham-Affairs of the Peninsula-Retreat

dett to the Electors of Westminster. ` 193 of Massena--Cruelties of the French-

Battle of Fuentes d'Honor, or D'Donoro

CHAP. LXII.

-BATTLE OF ALBUERA--BAT-

TLE OF BAROSSA-Death of the

Resolutions voted by Mr. Lethbridge Duke of Albuquerque-Siege of Tarra-

respecting the Letter of Sir Francis g'ona - Movements of the various Armies

Burdett-Committal of Sir Francis to - Proceedings of the Cortes-Licen-

the Tower- Disturbances on that oc tiousness and rapacity of Joseph Buo.

casion-Infamy of the Newspaper Press naparte-He flies from Madrid 281

-Lord Cochrane's Speech on the Army

estimateso-Catholic Emancipation-Ex-
traordinary case of Captain Lake and

CHAP. LXVI.
Jeffery, Liberation of Sir Francis Bur-
dett from the Tower-Attempted As- Naval operations off the Island of Lissa, at
sassination of the Duke of Cumberland Positano, near the Coast of Madagascar
-Arrival of Gustavus Adolphus and The Boulogne Flotilla defeated in the

Lucien Buonaparte in England-Death presence of Buonaparte-Action between

of Mr. A. Goldsmid.

210 Commodore Rogers in the President,

and the Little Belt, under Captain Bing-

CHAP. LXIII.

ham-Negotiations with America-Con-

quest of Java--Disturbances in Spanish

Movement of Lord Wellington from Ba America, proceediugs of Miranda, and

dajoz to the North of Portugal-Capture Earthquake in the Caraccas--Policy of
of Ciudad Rodrigo by Massena-Retro Buonaparte-Effects of the Continental
grade movement of General Crawford System--Accouchement of Maria Louisa
Siege of Almeida- Battle of Busaco -Legislative Honors paid to the Baby
Lord Wellington's Retreat to Torres King of Rome-Revolutions in Sicilv.
Vedras--Advance of Massena, and his

303.
Retreat to Santarem -Passage of the

CHAP, LXVII.
French through the Sierra Morena-
Deposal of the Supreme Junta-Siege Opening of the Parliament- Regulations
of Cadiz-Progress of the Guarilla. War of domestic Policy and police-Debates
-Character of MARTIN or the EM upon the Emoluments and Offices con-
PECINADO, and of Espozy Minæ ferred on Colonel Mac Mahon-Case of
Atrocities of the French, and revengeful Mr. Walsh the Delinquent--ASSASSI.
enthusiasm of the Spaniards. 2:29 NATION OF MR. PERCEVAL-
| CHAP. LXIV.

Trial and Execution of Bellinghain-

Negotiations for a new Ministry -Dis.
Affairs of India resumed Tyranny of Sir: comfiture of the Whigs, and Tri.

George Barlow-Indignation of the umph of their Opponents -Repeal on.

CHAP. LXXIV.

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Government rescind them with respect Leipsic--Distresses and privations of
to America America still dissatisfied its inhabitants--BATTLE OF LEIP-
Declares war against England-Capture SIC-Bombardment of the Town-
of the Guerriere and Macedonian Frigates Flight of Buonaparte-Entrance of the
-Destruction of the Armies of General Allies into the Capital of Saxony-Their
Hull and Wadsworth. Page 533 Pursuit-Destruction of the French

- Army.

Page 637
CHAP. LXXVI.

TCHAP. LXXXI.
Proceedings in Parliament-Declaration

respecting America-East India Bill Lord Wellington visits Cadiz-Positions of .
Catholic question-Miscellaneous busi-. 'the Armies--Advance to Burgos, and
ness-Military measures preparatory to then to Victoria, or Vittoria-BATTLE
the ensuing Campaign.

551 OF VITTORIA-Its important results

-Lord Wellington meditates the Inva-
CHAP. LXXVII.

sion of France Geographical detail of

the probable scene of action. 666
Campaigns of 1813-Memoirs of Blucher
1- Enters into the Swedish service, and

CHAP. LxXXII,
afterwards into the Prussian-His Cam-
paigns on the Rhine in 1793 and 1794– Continued advance of Lord Wellington
Campaigo of 1806– Battle of Jena Siege of St. Sebastian-Ineffectual at-
Capitulation of Lubeck-Armaments of tempts to relieve it-It is taken by Storm
Prussia in 1813-Opening of the Cam -Surrender of Pampeluna-Lord Wel-
paigo-Battle of Lutzen-Retreat to lington enters France-Disputes between
Bautzen.

366

his Lordship and the Spanish Govern-

ment-Operations of Sir John Murray
CHAP. LXXVII. '

and Lord William Bentinck-Failure of

their plans-Inactivity of the English
Battle of Bautzen-Retreat to Schweidnitz

- Blucher's ambuscade at Haynau
The Armistice-Denunciation of the

CHAP. LXXXIII.
Armistice-Opening of the Campaign
Blucher's Victory on the Katzback. 592 ustice of the Allied Powers to Denmark

--Convention with respect to Denmark
CHAP. LxXxx.

-Memoirs of Bernadotte and Davoust-

The former pursues the latter to Ham-
Blucher's masterly Manœuvres in Silesia- ,. burgb-Siege of that City-Atrocities

BATTLE OF DRESDEN-DEATH and extortions to which it was subjected
OF MOREAU-His Character-Pro --Revolution in Holland–The Prince
gress of the Allied Armies- Blucher of Orange elected Sovereign-Italy~
crosses the Elbe-Battle of Wartenberg Further successes of the Allies-- Their
- Bulletins of Buonaparte-Numbers of Proclamation.

697
the opposing Armies-- Battle of Culm-
Victory near Mockern-Preparations for

CHAP. LXXXIV.
the Battle of Leipsic.

617

State of Parties at the cominencement of
CHAP. LXXX.

1813–History of the DELICATE IN-

VESTIGATION-Minutes of Council
Battle of Pobstheide and Liebertwal- Proceedings and enquiries connected

kowitz-Movements of Napoleon-Re with the conduct of the Princess of
Jative situatiou of the Armies - State of Wales.

712

Army.

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CHAP, Lxxxv.

tion of an extraordinary commission

Singular demeanor of Napoleon-Con-

Documents relating to the Delicate joves... duct of the Senate-State of Paris till

tigation--Testimony of Lady Douglas, the departure of Buonaparte for the

Bidgood, Cole, Mrs. Lisle, &c.-Obser- Army."

Page 822

vations on the evidence. The innocence
of the Princess asserted-Comments on

CHAP. xa.

the frailties and inadvertencies of the

ROYAL FAMILY.

Page 732 Plans of the Allies—Bubna captures Ge-

· neva-Passage of the Rhine by the Allies

CHAP. LxxxVI.

Retreat of the French Marsbals—The

Confederates force the defile of the Vos-

Hostilities in America-Proceedings of ges-Arrival of the French National

the American Senate-Warlike opera Guards at Langres-Entry of Blucher

tions on the Lakes-Attack on Sackett's into Nancy-Unsuccessful attack of

Harbour-Exploits of Admiral Warren Count Bubna on Lyons--The Austrians

in the Chesapeake Hostilities in Lake enter Dijon-Arrival of the Allied

Ontario-Success of America on the Monarchs at Langres-Battle of Bar-sur-

Lakes-Naval occurrences-Loss of the Aube.

Java–Capture of the Chesapeake by the

CHAP: XCI.

Shannon-Minor events.

· 159

The Allied Armies enter Troyes-Situa

CHAP. XXXVI.

tion of Paris-All appears to be lost

Napoleon suddenly assumes the offensive

On the Character of the British Parliament towards the Marne-Defeat of the Rus-

-Speech of the Prince Regent-Argus - sian rear-guard at Champeaubert.Bat-

ments on the Address-Lord Castle- tle of Montmirail, and defeat of General

reagh's Military Plan-Discussions re- Sacken-Pursuit of the Russians and

specting Foreign Treaties--The Catholic Prussians to Chateau Thierry, They

question resumed—Financial situation i take refuge behind the Marne- March of

of the Country--The Systems of Mr. Blucher on Montmirail-Battle of Vau-

Pitt, Lord Grenville, and Mr. Vansittart cbamp-Blucher retreats.

854

considered-Budget for 1713. 778

CHAP. XCII.

CHAP. LXXXVIII.

Exultation of the Parisians The Russian

Lord Castlereagh's motion on Foreign and Prussian prisoners are marched in

Treaties—Speeches of Mr. Canning, Sir procession through Paris-Repulse of the

Gilbert Heathcote, and Mr. Whitbread Cossacks at Sens--They take Courtney,

Debates on the inotion of Adjournment Montargis, and Nemours-Capture of

-The Question decided in favor of Sens, Nogent, Bray,and Montereau--The

Ministers~ Financial situation of the Allies pass the Seine and are encountered

Country-Comparison of the Financial by Buonaparte-Battles of Nangis and

schemes of Lord Grenville, Mr. Pitt, and Mormant--Battleof Montereau-Retreat

Mr. Vansittart_The Budget.. 794 of the Allies—They request an Armistice

Sudden re-organization of Blucher's

CHAP. LXXXIX.

Army, March of the French Army to-

wards Troyes-Sentence of death passed

Napoleon in Paris-Negotiations with the on the Marquis de Widranges, and M.

Allied Powers—Their termination-Sub- de Goudult--Monsieur the Count D'Ar-

servience of the Parisian Journals--Con tois enters France, and arrives at Vesoul.

rocation of the Legislative body-Elec-

876

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