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strictions, 865, All inter- tra, 869, Displeased
course with Britain pro- with his Majesty's an-
Hohenzollern, Pr.of, mar- Madeira, taken by a Bri.
ries a relation of Bona- fish force, 65. Restored
to Portugal, 383
Hood, Sir Samuel, Madeia Melpomene frigate, takes
ra taken by the tlect un- threc Italian ships, 869
der his command, 65.-- Moore, Com, escorts the
Arrives in England, 304 Royal Family of Portu.
Sails for the Baluc, 305 gal to Brazil, 53
Attacks the Russian Moore, Sir John, appoint
fieet with two ships, and ed Commander of the
takes one, 791. Leaves British forces in Spain,
the Baltic, and lands in
862. Arrives at Sala-
Hope, Capt.Geo.appoint- Moira, Earl, his patriotic
ed Captain of the Baltic speech on St Patrick's
Hotham, Sir Cha.cashier. Naples,-a French post
ed for being drunk on attacked by some Eng-
lish gunboats, 224. The
Italy.-Bonaparte arrives order of the Jesuits ex-
at Milan, 67. Adopts pelled from Naples, 225.
Eugene Beauharnois for The palace of Salicetti
his sun and heir to the blown up, ib.
Crown of Italy, ib. Adds Napoleon, see Bonaparte,
new dignitaries to the France
Iron Crown of Lombar. Orange-Fulda, Pr. of, gets
dy, ib. His speech to a pension from Bonaparte,
the Senate, 58. A French
army enters Rome, 222. Paine, Tho. petitions the
Protest of the Pope a- American Congress for
gainst such invasion, ib. a reward for his services,
Jamaica, the House of As. Parr, Gov. murdered by
sembly pass some strong the Malays, 849
resolutions against the Peace, overtures for, re-
abolition of the slave ceived from France and
Russia, $57. Rejected,
Jerome Bonaparte, King 948. His Majesty's De-
of Westphalia, his ad. claration, ib.
dress to his new subjects, Pellew, Sir Edward, des-
troys the Dutch ship.
Juseph Bonaparte, see ping at Batavia, 849
Persia, Major Malcolm
Keates, Admiral, brings sent on a mission there,
off a body of Spanish 849. The Court favou.
troops from Denmark, rably disposed towards
the Leda frigate lost, 230 Portugal. The Pr. Re.
London, city of, address
gent and Royal Family
to his Majesty on the embark at Lisbon for
state of public affairs, Brazil with a large ficet,
305. Another address in
49. Proclamation of the
behalf of the Spanish pa- Prince Regent on this
triois, 631.. Violent ad-
occasion, 53. Appoints
dress to the King against a Council of Regency ib.
the Convention of Cin- Edicts of the Prince Re-
gent, 54. The French
army under Gen. Junot
enter Lisbon, 55. His
proclamation to the in
habitants, ib. Distress of
the people of Lisbon,
142. British property
confiscated, 143. The
kingdom declared abdi-
France, 222. Gen. Ju
not's proclamation ib.
Further accounts of the
distress of Lisbon 296,
379. The French Gen.
prohibits all communica.
tion with the British feet
379. Deputies from Por-
tugal favourably recei-
ved at Bayonne by Bo-
na parte, 536. The Por-
tuguese rise against the
French 627. The French
General fortifies himselt,
628. Disarms, and con-
fines the Spanish troops,
ib. Proclamations of Sir
Charles Cotton to the
Portuguese, 628, 629.
703. A British army
lands in Portugal, 630.
Defeats the French army
at Roleia, 697. And at
Vimiera 700. Further
particulars of these bat.
tles, ib. 940. Address of
the Portuguese General
to the French army, 703.
A Convention concluded
between the British and
French armies, 849. The
Russian feet in the Ta.
gus taken possession of
by Admiral Sir Charles
Cotton, 780. And sent
to England, 782. The
French forced to restore
their plunder 781. The
British troops enter Lis.
bon, ib. The Spanish
troops liberated ib. The
Portuguese murder se-
veral French officers, ib.
The French army em-
bark for France, ib. Pro.
clamation of Sir Hew
Dalrymple to the Portu-
guese nation, 782. The
Council of Regency re-
stored, 783. The Bri. and sets out for Peters-
tish army under Sir John burgh, ib. Arrives there,
Moore march for Spain, 942.
862. Sir H. Burrárd vi- trade, ib. Publishes a
sits the Council, 862. false account of the bat-
Rejoicings in Lisbon, ib. tle with the British fleet,
Curious :heatrical exbi. ib.
bition, ib. Some trans- Russian officers ordered to
ports with French troops quit the British service,
6). A Russian frigte
Prevost, Sir George, sails condemned as prize, ib.
for Nova Scotia, 229
Their fleet at Lisbon ta-
Prussia.-- The King pub- ken possession of by Sir
lishes a Declaration a- Charles Corton, 780.-
gainst England, 227.- And sent to England,
Prohibits the importa- 752. Their feet in the
tion of salt, ib. Severely Baltic defeated by two
oppressed by the French British ships, 791. And
- contributions, ib. Mi- one of them burot, 792.
serable staie of Dantzick Take refuge in Baltic
and Memel, ib. Destruc-
tive fire at Dantzick, ib. Santa Cruz taken by the
The King's singular de-
claration against Sweden, Saumarez, Sir James,com-
mands the Baltic fleet,
the Rambler, melancholy 305. Blockades the Rus-
account of her loss at sian flest in Baltic Port,
Newfoundland, 230 793. Leaves the Baltic,
Rome, the Pope's territo- and arrives in England,
tories entered by a French
army, 222. Protest of Seagull, sloop of war, ta-
his Holiness against the ken by a ficet of Danish
invasion, ib. , Proclama-
tion of Napoleon, for Seahorse trigare, takes a
annexing the l'apal ter- large Turkish ship after
ritory to the kingdom a desperate action, 711
of Italy, 630.
Official Shipmasters, wonderfules.
papers respecting this a. cape of six from a Da-
trocious measure, ib.- nish prisull, 947.
The Pope's eloquent ina- Shipwrecks, 68.
nifesto against the usur- Slave trade, resolutions of
the Assembly of Jamaica
Ru sia. - The Emperor ag?inst its abolition, 220
subservient to Ponaparte, Smith, Sir Sidney, assists
.226. Receives Caulin- the Royal Family of Por-
court as the French am- tugal to depart for Bra-
bassador, ih. Intrigues zil, 51. Sails for Brazil
of the Frenci) mission 304
there, ib. The British South Wales, new, con-
merchants refused pass- spiracy among the con-
perts, ib. The Russian
victs, 141. Great da-
army euters Finland, 228.
nage by a flood, ib. Dis-
The Emperor's declara- turbances in the colony,
'tion against Sweden, ib. 849. Governor Bligh
Sets out to meet Napo- seized, ib.
leon at Erfurth, 799.- Spain. The Prince of As-
Their conferences there, turias examined relative
ib. 366. Takes leave, to the conspiracy against
his father, 56. Bonapat.
te's letter to him, 57.-
The Prince set at hber.
ty, ib. Accuses the Prince
of Peace, who is impri-
soned, ib. Declared Ge-
neralissimo of the Spa-
nislı forces, ib. A large
French army enters Spain,
223, 297. lasurrection at
Madrid, 377. The Prince
of Peace disgraced, ib.
The King abdicates the
Crown, ib. The Prince
of Asturias assumes the
government under the
title of Ferdinand VII.
378. The French Gen.
Murat enters Madrid,
ib. Distracted state of
that city, ib. The Royal
Family depart for France,
456. Formal abdication
of the King in favour of
Napoleon, ib. The Spa-
Dish Princes rencunce
their title to the Crowa,
ib. Another general in-
surrection at Madrid,458.
Letter of Bonaparte to
the Prince of Asturias,
ib. Letter of King Charles
to the same, 463. The
Prince resigns the Crown,
ib. The Spaniards re-
volt against French vas-
salage, and send a depu-
tation to England for as.
sistance,461. The French
General issues a Procla.
mation against them, 462.
Curious account of the
interview betwixt the
Royal Family and Bona-
parte at Bayonne, 529.
The former compelled
to abdicats, 531.
ter great entertainments
they are sent prison-
ers into France, ib. Bo.
naparte issues a procla,
mation for an Assembly
of the Notables at Bay.
onde, ib. Appoints the
Duke of Berg. Licut..
Gen. of the kingdom,
532. His insidious pro-
clamation to the Spanish
people, ib. The Duke of to his Government, ib. sition of the machina-
Berg sequestrates the Procianation of the new tions of Bonaparte a
Spanish treasury, 532. King to his subjects, 617. gainst the Royal Family
The Spanish Grandees He sets out for Madrid, of Spain, 855,929. The
iatroduced to Napoleon, 618. Issucs a proclama- Spanish army under Gen.
ib. The Notables assem- tion at Vittoria, ib. Ar.
Blake engage the French
ble at Bayonne, and is- rives at Madrid, 619.
at Durango, 859. Dread-
sue a singular Proclama- Proclaimed King, 620.
ful lavork at Saragossa,
tion as the Supreme jun- Leave's Madrid sudden. 860. Col.Doyle appoint-
12 of Government, 15. ly, ib. 626. The French ed a Field Marshal of
Joseph Bonaparte artives army under Gen. Du- Spain, ib. Sir D. Baird
*at Bayonne, 534. Re- pont surrenders to the lands with a British army
ceives the deputation of Spanish General Casta. at Corunna, 861. Joy-
Grandees as their King, p05, 621. The Junia of fully received by the Spa-
ib. Other deputations in. Seville congratulate Ld. niards, ib. Royal decree
troduced, ib. The city of Collingwood on the sur- of the Supreme Junta tó
Madrid address the Duke render, 62 2. Castanos'ad. the Councils, 935. Va-
of Berg, 536. Proclama- dress to the Andalasians, rious battles betwixt the
tion of Joseph Napoleon 623. The French defeat. French and Spanish ar-
as king of Spain, ib. The ed in Murcia, ib. And mies, 938. Gen. Blake
States of Gallicia pub- at Barcelona, 624. The forced to retreat, 939.
lisis an address to their Spaniards beaten at Rio The French enter St An-
countrymen, 337. Pro- Seco, 625. Official ac- dero, ib. Fortitude of
clamation of the Asturi. count of the evacuation the Spanish soldiers, ib.
aus, 535. Of the Arra- of Madrid by the French, Sir David Baird arrives
gonese, ib. Tlie Junta 625. The French defeat. at Astorga, but is order-
of Seville declare war ed at Saragossa, 704.- ed to retreat, ib. Sir
against France, 639. The The province of Biscay John Moore arrives at Sa-
Assembly of Asturias joins the patriots, 795:-- lamanca, ib. Preparations
proclaims peace with The French enter, and for the defence of Ma-
England, 540. And a re- plunder Bilboa, ib. Is- drid, ib. Ridiculous bul-
sulution of gratitude for sulent letter of Gen. Du. letins of the French ar-
jis assistance, ib. Tlie pont to the Governor of my, $40. The Spanish
French fleet ai Cadiz sur. Cadiz, 706. The Gover- Government allow the
Tenders to the Spaniards, nor's spirited answer, ib. importation of British
541. The Spanish pa. General proclamation to goods, ib.
triots' receive supplies the French armies, ib. Spanish deputies arrive in
irom Gibraltar, 542. The Ferdinand VII. proclaim- London, 461, Granden.
patriot army defeated ed King at Madrid, 784. tertainment given them
near Cordová by Gene. The Supreme Junta of by the merchants of Lon-
ra! Dupont, 543. The the kingdom installed
French supplies cut off, at Aranjuez, 785. The prisoners in Eng-
ib. The French defeat. French defeated near Bil. land, released and sent
ed at Barcelona and Sa. boa, 786. The town re.
ragossa, ib. Don Solano, taken by the French, and -army in Denmark,
Governor of Cadiz, put again pillaged, 787. The rescued and brought off
to death by the popu- Spaniards defeat the
by Admiral Keates, 707
lace, il. Marq. de Helos French at Gerona, ib. the Sparkler gun-brig lost,
suffers in the same way, The French blocked up 230
544.. Orders of his Bri: in Barcelona, ib. The Spencer, Gen. sails from
tannie Majesty for a ces. inhabitants of that city England on an expedi-
sation of hostilities with in the utmost distress, tion, 229. Arrives at
Spain, ib. The Junta at 788. Position and strength Gibraltar, 304. Joints
Bayonne accept the con. of the French and Spa. Sir Arthur Wellesley's
stitution of Bonaparte, nish armies, ib. Great army in Portugal, 697
617. Joseph Ronaparte quantity of plundertaken Stewart, Capt. takes a
makes a grand speech to from the French General, large Turkish ship after
the Deputies, ib. They
ib. Don Cevallus' expo. a severe action, 711
take the outlis of Gdelity
Sturm, dreadful one on
the English coast, and and Danes, ib. The Vaccination, its great suco
great damage done to Russians defeated near cess in France, 222
the shipping, 148. Ano- Savolax, 455. A corps Victor sloop, Capt. Bell,
ther unexampled storm of them forced to sur- has a bloody battle with
of snow in England, render at Pielkali, ib.-- three Durch prows off
which occasions much *1200 Russians taken pri. Batavia, 303
soners at Aland, ib. The Wellesley,Sir Arthur, sails
St Patrick's day, its grand same number at Goth- from Corke, on an expe.
anniversary celebrated in land, ib. The Russians dition to Portugal, 629.
in Finland distressed for Lands his arny in Mon-
Strangford, Lord, his ac. provisions, ib. General dego bay, 630. Several
count of the departure Moore, with a British boats with troops lost,
of the royal family of army of 14,000 men, ar- ib. The British army
Portugal for Brazil, 49. rives at Gottenburgh, ib. received with great joy
Arrives in England, 55. The Russians defeated at by the Portugueze, ib.
Appointed ambassador to Christianstadt, with great
Joined by the divisions
'the Court of Brazil, and loss, 795. The King re- of Gens. Spencer, and
arrives at Rio de Janeiro, monstrates with the Em. Anstruther, 697. De.
peror of Russia on the feats the French army at
St Thomas's island taken crueltics of his soldiers Ro'eia, 697. And at Vi.
by the British, 147 in Finland 791. Anar- miera, 700. Signs a con.
the Subtle schooner lost, mistice signed, 793.—
vention with the French
Broken by the Russians,
army, 778. Which is
Sweden,--:hreatened with and hostilities recon much reprobated, 750.
'an invasion by Russia, mence 9:42. Desperate Arrives in England, 78 3.
146. A general arma- seafight betwixt the two West Indies --The Go.
ment takes place, ib. flotillas, 943. Character vernor of Cuba declares
Forms an alliance with of the King by an En- for King Ferdinand, and
Britain, ib. Finland en- glish gentleman, 944. proclaims war against
tered by a Russian army, Singular story of an En. the French, 851. Ad-
228. The King's decla. glish swindler, ib. miral Cochrane liberaics
ration to the Emperor of Turkey,-Another revo- the Spanish" prisoners,
Russia, ib. 299.
The lution takes place, 950. ib. The French islands
Emperor's counter - de. The Sultan Selim mur- in great distress, ib. Un.
claration, ib. Hostilities dered, 855. Mustapha
successful attack upon
commenced in Finland, deposed, and Prince Ma- St Martin's by an Eng-
298. Base conduct of homet proclaimedSultan, fish ship of war, ib. Lieor.
the Russian General, 295, ib. Vigorous measures Spearing killed, ib.
3oo. Denmark and Prus. of the new Grand Vizier, Westphalia, the new king
sia declare against Swe. ib. Mr Adair opens ne- of, his address to his sub-
den, 301. Battles in Fin- gociations with the Porte, jects, 53
land, 380. Sweaborg 242
Whitelocke, Gen. his trial
surrenders to the Rus- Unite frigate, takes two by a Court-martial for
sians, ib. The Conven. "Italian brigs of war,'869,
misconduct at Buenos
tion condemned, ib. 455. 947
Ayres, 307, 386, 465,
The Swedes repulsed in Usury, curious trials for, 545. Sentenced to be
Norway, 381, 4'55. Sea
cashiered, 553. Sketch
fight betwixt the Swedes
of his life, 554
ABERDEEN, public meet- Advocate, Lord, See Er. M. Ross chosen Dean of
ing to address his Ma. skine
Patriotic Advocates, Faculty of, Ayr races, 956
Soceches of Principal their resolutions on the Bakers of Perth, decision
Brown & Dr Shireff, 154 new bill for regulating against their exclusive
Accident, an unaccount. the proceedings in the privilege, 794
able one, 956
Court of Session, 69. Mr Blair, Roberi, Esq. takes
his seat as Lord Presi. Falkirk tryst, 956 great rejoicings, 555.-
dent of the Court of Ses. Forgery, singular case of, Grand parade of the vo-
234. The forger kills lunteers, ib. Receive the
Carters, three whipt thro' himself, ib.
approbation of Ld, Cath-
Haddington, 576 General Assembly, pro.
Cathcart, Lord, gets a ceedings of, 473.
M'Arthur, Don. decision
grand dinner from the dresses to the King, in favour of, against the
Lord Provost of Edin.
Hurgh, 396. And is pre- Gilchrist, James, execu• Macdougall, Peter, exe.
septed with a yaluable ted at Glasgow, 715.
cuted at Inverary, 76,
gold box, ih.
His singular behaviour, Mail, the London, to E-
Circuit intelligence, 394,
dinburgh, detained three
Glasgow, general meeting days by a storm of snow,
Court of Session, abstract of the merchants to ad. 156
of the new bill for regu. dress his Majesty 72. Pa: Mail coach, from Glas-
lating its procedure, 313. triotic speeches of Messrs gow, overturned pear
Robert Blais, Esq. ap- Black and Hopkirk, ib. Moffat, and two passen-
pointed Lord President, 73
gers killed, 876
713. Case of the privi. Hallow Fair, 956
Magistrates of Edinburgh
lege of baking in Perih Hood, Sir Sam. receives
decided, 794. The Lords the freedom of the city Malcolm, Barbara, exe-
hold an extraordinary of Edinburgh, 9556 cuted, 156
meetingto considerofthe Enterrained by the Ma- Masons, Free, grand pro-
now arrangements, 573. gistrates of Glasgow, ib. cèssion at laying the
Divided into two cham- Impress, decision against foundation stone of the
bers, ib. Regulations for an illegal one, 954. new jail of Edinburgh,
future procedure, ibid. Jail, foundation stone of 713. Celebrate the fesa
The Court meets, ibid. a new one laid at Edin.
tival of St Andrew, 954.
Lord President Blair burgh, 713
Apply to the Court of
takes his seat, 874. His Justice Clerki, Lord, his Session for an interdict
impressive speech on the eloquent speech, to the against some of their
occasion, ib. Meeting of Jury at the Glasgow cir.
the Commissioners under cuit, 634
Nelsor, Lord, inscription
the new Act, 953
Justiciary, Court of, trial for his monument
Court-martial on a soldier of John Duncan for mur- Glasgow, 77
for desertion from the der, acquitted, 74. of Organ, one used in a
• militia, 76
James Beggs for murder, church in Glasgow, pro-
Dumfries races, 956
acquitted, ib. Of Rob.
hibited by the presby.
Dundee, public ineeting Dow for theft, pleads
to address his Majesty, guilty, and is transported Records of Scotland, ab.
232. Eloquent speech for life, ib. Of Barbara stract of a new bill for
of Dr Nicol, ib.
Malcolm for murder, preserving them, 393
Edinburgh, ite city of, found guiliy, and sen. Ross, Mat. Esq. chosen
address to his Majesty, tenced to be hanged, 75. Dean of the Faculty of
132. Another aadress in Of three soldiers for the Advocates, 577
behalf of the Spanish pa. murder of a negro drum. Scarcity in the Highlands,
trio:s 633. Foundation mer, acquitted, 76. Of 393
stone of a new jail laid, J. Tough and A. For. Sinclair, Sir John, his bc-
tay for murder, acquit. nevolence to his tenants,
Erskine, Hon. Henry, his fed, 234. Of James Gila
letter to the Lord Ad. christ for the murder of Shopbreaking, daring in.
vocate, 70. His Lord. his wife, found guilty, stance of, in Leith, 256
ship's answer, 71. Mr 715. Of journeymen pa- Storm, severe one at E-
Erskine's reply, 149.
per-makers for a combi. dinburgh, 875
The Lord Advocate's nation, the libel found Synod of Glasgow and
not revelant, 873 OF Ayr, their proceedings
Exchequer, Court of, tri. three grain calers, 955 against Mr Wright at
al of an evasion of the King's birth day, celebrate May bole for breach of
auction duty, 76
ed at Edinburgh with the Sabbath, 875