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Affairs of India. General View of the Reasons for restricting the Monopoly enjoyed
by the East-India Company. Sketch of the Limitations under whicb the Charter
was renewed by Parliament,
Spanish Affairs. Preparations made for opening the Campaign. Rapid Progress of
the Allied Armies. Battle of Vittoria,
Spanish Affairs contioued. Rapid Progress of the Allied Armies. St Sebastian and
Pampluna invested. Digression as to the Defects of the British Army in conducting
Operations of the Anglo-Sicilian Army in the East of Spain. Sir John Murray un-
dertakes the Siege of Tarragona, which he afterwards raises abruptly. Lord Wil-
liam Bentiock takes the Command of the Army,
Spanish Affairs continued. Battles of the Pyrenees. Fall of St Sebastian-of Pam.
plupa. Invasion of France by tbe British Army,
State of Affairs in the North. Progress of the Rassian Armies after the Expulsion of
the Frencb from the Empire. Prussia joins the Alliance against France. Prepa-
rations of the French for resuming Military Operations,
Progress of the War. Buonaparte takes the Command of the French Armies. Bat-
tle of Lutzen. Battle of Bautzen, and Retreat of the Allies. The combined Ar.
mies retire, and Buonaparte enters Dresden,
Policy of Sweden. Dissensions betwixt that Power and France. The Swedish Go-
vernment abandons the Continental System, and joins the Alliance of the European
An Armistice concluded by the Intervention of Austria. Proposals for a Congress.
The Armistice denounced, and Austria joins the Allies. Movements of the Armies.
Success of Blucher and of the Crown Prince. Repulse of an Attack on Dresden, 243
Grand Movement of the Allied Armies. Decisive Battle of Leipzig, and Rout of
the French. Their Flight to the Rhine. The Combiged Armies pass the French
Afairs of Holland, Causes and Progress of the Revolution, Restoration of the Prince
Reiections on the Introduction of Trial by Jury, in Civil Causes, into Scotland,
CARONICLB, containing brief Accounts of the various Public Occurrences of the
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS of Great Britain and Ireland,
List of Patents,
Statement of the Emperor Kea King, received at Canton, Nov. 8, 1813, cccxxxii
The Dance of Death, by Walter Scott, Esq.
Rouance of Dunois,
Song, for the Anniversary Meeting of the Pitt Club of Scotland,
The Ettricke Garland ; being two excellent new songs on the Lifting of the
Banner of the House of Buccleuch, at a great Foot-ball Match on Carterhaugh, cccxil
Helen of Kirkconnell,
Imitation of Horace-220 Ode, by Allan Ramsay, Junior,
Sonbet to a Lady caressing an Infant,
As it stood at the opening of the New Parliament, November 24, 1812.