the German War-Severe Remarks on the Alli.
ances entered into with some of the continental
Powers-Ingenious Defence set up by the Advo.
Effects of the late King's partiality to his native Do. cates for the German War-Result of this political
minjons-Circumstances attending the Accession Controversy-Effect of the English Ambassador's
of the new Sovereign-His Majesty's first Speech Remonstrances at the Court of Madrid-His Con.
to both houses of Parliament-Addresses of the jectures on the Causes of a sudden Revolution in
Lords and Commons-Supply voted-Establishment the Spanish Councils—Propriety of his Conduct in
of the Civil List-Sums granted for the Support so delicate a Conjuncture-A clear and categorical
of the German Confederacy-Subsidy to Prussia- Explanation at length insisted upon - General
Vote of Compensation to the Provinces in North Wall's Letter-Manifesto delivered by the Count
America for their strenuous Efforts - Ballot for de Fuentes, and Lord Egremont's Refutation of it 2)
Milnia productive of a dreadful Riot at Hexham-
Loan of twelve millions-Violent outcry against
the New Duty on Beer-Bad consequences of the War declared against Spain-Debate in the Lords-
opposition to the Compulsive Clause in the new Protest on a Motion for withdrawing the Troops
Act of Insolvency-King's Speech for making the from Germany-Popularity of this Protest-Duiy
Judges independent of the demise of the Crown- on Beer and Ale causes a Tumult in London
Ready Concurrence of both Houses in so patriotic Amendments of the Militia Laws-An Act for
a Proposal-Arthur Onslow, Speaker of the House Registering of Parish Children --Bill for the Exten.
of Commons for thirty-three years, retires-Two sion of the Duke of Bridgewater's Canals-Account
remarkable points in his Majesty's Farewell Speech of Harrison's time piece and Irwin's Marine-chair
to the Parliament-Advantageous Position of the - Addition to the former Grants of the Commons
French in their Winter Cantonments-Prince Fer- - His Majesty's Message on the imminent Danger
dinand's extensive Plan of Attack-Fritzlar and of Portugal-The Session closed with a Speech
several Magazines taken-General Sporken's rapid from the Throne-Extraordinary Change in the
Progress on the side of Saxony-First Check in this King of Prussia's Situation, occasioned by the
extraordinary career of Success-Steps taken by Death of the Empress of Russia-Steps immedi.
Marshal Broglio to drive the Allies out of Hesse- ately taken by her Successor, Peter III.-Deposition
Defeat of the Troops under the Hereditary Prince- and Death of Peter III.-Prudent Policy of the
The King's Sentiments on the proper use of Con. Empress Catherine II. - Sketch of the Prussian
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-Victory obtained by the Allies at Graebenstein
- This Action a Prelude to Enterprises in which
Grcumstances which led to the proposal of a Con. Gottingen and Cassel were recovered, and the
gress at Augsburg-Plausible Reasons for previ. French almost totally driven out of Hesse-State
ously setting ca foot a distinct Negotiation at Lon. of Portugal when threatened by the Bourbon Con.
don and Paris-Mr. Pitt unfavorable to a Peace- federacy-Memorial presented to the Court of Lis.
Secret intrigues of the French Ministry at the bon by the Ministers of France and Spain -Reply,
Court of Madrid-Difficulties about the mutual re- followed by a declaration of War-Immediate and
taining of Possessions-Survey of hostile opera. effectual Assistance afforded by Great Britain-
tions during the Suspension of the Treaty-Expe. Lord Tyrawley dissatisfied with the Portuguese
dition against Belleisle—the Negotiation resumed- Ministry, and recalled-Plan of the Campaign-
Remarks on the two main Points of Dispute-In- Progress of the Spanish Army under the Marquis
flexibility of the English Secretary-Some account de Sarria-Almeida taken, and a considerable part
of the Family Compact-Candid Inquiries on which of the Province of Beira overrun by Spanish
side the chief blame lay-The Treaty finally bro. Troops-Good Consequences of the Count de la
ken off ...
Lippe's Arrival in Portugal-Surprise of Valencia
d'Alcantara by General Burgoyne-Another more
decisive blow struck by the same General and Colo.
Proofs of the King's Exemption from personal or po- nel Lee at Villa Velha-The Spaniards forced to
litical Prejudices-His Majesty's Choice of a Con- retreat to their own Frontiers-Triumphs of Great
sort, the Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburgh-Em. Britain at Sea-Descent on the Island of Martinico
bassy sent to make the Demand of her most Serene --Surrender of the Island - Submission of the
Highness; with an Account of her Voyage-Her Grenades, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, and other depend.
Journey to London, her Reception and Nuptials- ent Isles-Armament destined against the Havan.
Preparations made for the Coronation of their Ma. nah, its Harbor described-Siege of the Moro-
jesties-Entertainment given to the Royal Family The Moro stormed and carried by assault-Opera.
at Guildhall-Some rising Clouds in the political tions against the Town, and its Surrender-Im.
Hemisphere—The Spanish Ambassador's Explana. portance of this Conquest-Capture of the Her.
tion not deemed satisfactory-Orders sent to the mione, a Spanish Register-ship-- Invasion of the
Earl of Bristol at Madrid-His Excellency's Dis. Philippines designed – Celerity of the Prepara.
patches in Reply-Warm Debates in the Cabinet on tions made for it at Madras- Arrival of the Squad:
Mr. Pitt's Proposal to attack Spain without farther ron at Manilla-The Town taken by Storm, but
Delay-His Resolution, with the President's An. saved from a justly merited Pllage- The Galleon
swer-His Interview with the King, on resigning from Manilla to Acapulco taken- The only excep.
the Seals of his office-Lord Temple's Resignation tion to the Universal Success of the British Arms,
-Violent Conflict between the Admirers and the the Failure of a private Expedition against Buenos
Censurers of Mr. Pitt's Conduct sanctioned by the Ayres-Summary of the Disasters sustained by
Abbe Raynal-Farther Instructions sent by the Spain during her short Concern in the War-
new Secretary of State to the British Ambassador France involved in the like Calamities- Attempt
at Madrid-Steps taken by the Ministry-Meeting to burn the British Squadron in the Bay of Basque
of the New Parliament- His Majesty's Speech - Newfoundland taken and retaken-A Negolia
Message to the Queen; and the Dowry granted her tion the only resource of the House of Bourbon 39
in rase she should survive bis Majesty-Repeal of
the compelling Clause in the Insolvent Act-Alac-
rity of the Commons in providing for the service of Causes and Effects of the sincere dispositions of al.
the ensuing Year-Debate on the Expediency of Parties towards Peace-Motives of National Policy