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: C O N T E N T S.
HISTORY OF EUROPE.
CHAP. I. Preliminary remarks. Treaty proposed and entered into ly the bellige
rent powers. Mr. Stanley sent to Paris, and Ur. Bussy to London. French machinations in Spain. Difficulties in the negotiation. Design of the campaign in Hesse, and of the expedition to Belleisle [1
CH A P. II. Prince Ferdinand's plan. Allies enter into Hesse and Thuringia. 'French
retire. Hereditary prince repulsed at Fritzlar. Fritzlar taken. Erveral magazines taken. Blockade of Marpurg and Ziektenhugn. Siege of Cassel. Battle of Langensultze. Broglio reinforced from the Lower Rhine. Hereditary Prince defeated at Stangerode. Siege of Cassel, &c. ruised. Allies retire behind ihe Dymel.
[7 CH A P.
III. The negotiation continued. Proposition of uti possidetis. Debate concern
ing the periods. Belleisle descriled. English repulsed at Lochmaria bay. They make good their landing. Palais l'esieged. Town olandoned. Citadel capitulates.
[13 CH A P. IV. England and France agree to treat of a separate peace. Epochas proposed
by England. Court of l'ienna agrees. Otjects of the negotiation. Proposals of France with regard to Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. French memorial concerning Spain. Indignation of the English minister. English answer to the French memorial.
[18 CH A P. V. Slotions of the French and allied armies, General Sporken attacked.
French pass the Dymel, Skirmishes. Position of prince Ferilinand.
Junction of Broglio and Soul'ise. Pattle of Kirch Denkern. French defeated. French threaten Hanover. Prince Henry of Brunswick killed. Taking of Dorsten. Parious movements of the armies. Destruction of Scharisfelt castle. Prince Xavier of Sarony takes Wolfenkuttle, and invests Brunswick. Detachment from Princ Soubise tuke and alandoa Emden. Attempt en Bremen. Sufferings of Lower Westphalia. [24 VOL. IV.
C + A P.
СНА Р. VI.
and of Laudohn. Breslau cünnonaded. Tottle in removed. Collurgle-
German alliance. Difference concerning the captures antecedent to the
Blockode of Pondicherry. Distress of the French. Fleet dispersed in a
The C IRONICLE.
Another account from a gentleman in London to his friend in the
on opening the present parliament, Nov. 6, 1761 246
Memorial presented to the States General, &'c.
[268 The declaration of the French king to the court of Sweden, &c. (269 Memorial presented by the French aml'assador at Stockholm
1270 Declaration of the empress queen of Hungary and Bohemia (272 Counter declaration
(273 Translation of M. de Boreel's speech to the king
ibid. The Hon. Gen. Yorke's speech to the States General
[274 Answer returned to the foregoing speech of Sir Joseph Yorke, by Baron Wassenaar de Catuick
[275 Declaration of the most Christian king to the diet of the empire (276 marshal Broglio, &c.
(277 Heads of the family convention of the house of Bourlon
(278 Translation of a note delivered to the earl of Egremont, ly the count de Fuentes
1251 the answer delivered to the count de Fuentes, by the earl of Egremont
[282 Copy of the king of Spain's orders to the governors of the sea-port towns of that kingdom, for the detention of the English ships
[285 His majesty's declaration of war against the king of Spain
ilid. The king of Spain's declaration of war
[268 Papers relating to the surrender of Pondicherry Translation of 11. Lally's proposals
for the delivery of the garrison (290 . Colonel Coote's answer to M. Lally's proposals
291 Articles proposed to Colonel Cootely the chief of the Jesuits; to which no answer was returned
ilid. Translation of the supreme order, from the Mogul's court at Delhi, to Sciddee Il rahim, of Rajapore
292 Capitulation for the citadel of Belleisle
293 The terms of peace to be granted to the Cherokee Indians
† 296 Account of a late conspiracy against the king of Prussia
(297 The huml'le address of the lord mayor, aldermen, and commons of the city of London to the king
5298 The humble address of the lord mayor, aldermen, &c. to her majesty ibid. people called quakers
[299 A letter from a right hon. person, to a
in the city
(300 The answer of the hon. gentleman to whom the alove letter was addressed
ibid. The representation of the lord mayor, aldermen, and commons of the city of London to their representatives in parliament
(301 Copy of the thanks to the right honourelle William Pitt, from the court of common council
1302 The king's most gracious speech to both houses of parliament, on the 19th of Jan. 1762, on occasion of his having declared nur, against Spain (303
CHARACTER S. Account of the Buccaneers of America, &'c. Particulars relating to the Indians of the Peninsula within the Ganges A general account of the Canadiens, from Charlevoir
10 The epistle frunthe yearly meeting, held in London, by adjournment 12
An account of the magnificent table kept in the reign of King
Instance of the happiness of leing descended from a person of fame
the death of a woman killed ly an eruption from tide
USEFUL PROJECTS. Oiservations concerning the different kinds of hemlock growing in England
112 A remarkable instance of the success of hemlock in England 114 An account of Dr. Storck's second essay on the medicinal nature of hemlock116 A method of preventing and removing epileptic fits, &c.
120 Hydrophobia curedly an accidental bleeding at the temporal artery, & c.121 Clarified butter or tallow, specificks against the bloody flux, &c. 122 On the benefit of issues in the gout, &c.
123 On the virtues of lemon juice and coffee, as dissolvents of the stone, 125 The hypericum campodarense of Columna, a powerful vermifuge
127 slevount of some antidotes against corrosive sublimate mercury ibid. Cautions against the use of seggs
128 Atlethod of curing luxations of the spine, or broken lacks
ilid: An account of a remarkal·le operation of a broken arm
129 Ol-servations upon the proper nursing of children Remarkable instance of the superior merit of the horse-hoeing husbandry 132 di letter concerning the usefulness of the plant Nummaria, &c ilid. Accuracy of the trial made with Mr. Irwin's marine chair, &c. 137 Useful hints for sailors and sea-faring men
139 A method of making sea-water potable
140 Chinese contrivance to keep'a person alove water
141 Easy method of opening a way to the sight through turbulent waters ibid. Niethod of edulcorating train-oil
142 Olservations on the above processes
143 Receipt to make soap without boiling
145 Method of making sal ammoniac in Egypt
ibid. Dr. Godfrey's machines for the immediate extinction of fire, GC. 146 Use of gunpowder for extinguishing fire in chimnies
149 On the nature of glass music, &c.
ibid. Part of a letter from Paris, giving an account of a new wall paint 153 A liquor to wash old deeds and writings, &c. to render them legille 152 Description of a portalle apparatus, &c.
ilid. ANTIQUITI E S. A disquisition on the custom of turning the dead
153 The antiquity of drinking healths
155 an account of the first instruments for measuring time introduced into Rome
156 On a medal of the emperor Claudiuas, hitherto unexplained
167 A dissertation concerning the antiquity, &*c. of the poems of Ossian 158 Some account of the marks on coin, called mint-marks, &c: 167 An account of some superstitious opinions and practices in France 168 An history of conches
173 Of the origin of cards. Translated from the French
173 Of the design of curds
174 in uccount of the celebration of the May games, &c.