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PUBLISHED BY T. KINNERSLEY, ACTON PLACE, KINGSLAND ROAD.

STEREOTYPED AND PRINTED BY COCK AND M'GOWAN,

16, GREAT WINDMILL STREET,

1816.

CONTENTS

OF THL

THIRD VOLUME.

CHAP. I.

that august body.-Injustice of the allies

towards Poland and Saxony.--Proclama-

Situation of Louis the XVIII. on his acces tion of Frederick Augustus.-Unprin-

sion to the throne of France. - State of cipled determination of the confederates

parties in that unfortunate country: to promote the designs of Bernadotte on

Measures of domestic economy and foreign Norway.—Their conduct severely repro-

policy.-Influence of the clergy.-Debates bated in the British parliament.--Success

on the liberty of the press - Financial ar of the Swedish arms and intrigues.—Wise

rangements. -Regulation of the prisons. and patriotic conduct of the king of Hol-

- Discussions on the slave trade.-Trans land. Elevation of Hanover to the rank

actions in St. Domingo.—Proclamation of a kingdom.-Infamy and fatuity of the

of the emperor of Hayti. Page 1 king of Spain.--Exemplary conduct of the

prince of Portugal.

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CHAP. II.

CHAP. IV.

Fickleness and uncertainty of the English

temper.—Dissension in the royal family. Duties of an historian. Impartiality his first

-Exclusion of the Princess from the requisite.-American constitution.- Laws

drawing-room.--Elopement of the prin of retaliation adopted by the British mi.

cess Charlotte.-Parliamentary grant to nistry.--Military and naval operations on

her mother.--Speculations on the life of the lakes.—Battles near Fort Erie and the

Buonaparte.-Conspiracy to raise the price forts of Niagara.—Sir George Prevost

of omnium.-Trial and sentence of lord makes an attempt against Plattsburg:

Cochrane and his supposed co-adjutors. and is obliged to retreat.-Destruction of

His spirited defence in parliament.--Ho Washington.-- Plunder of Alexandria,

nours and rewards paid to lord Welling Attempt on Baltimore.-Death of general

ton.--He is created a duke, and receives Ross.

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from parliament a grant of half a million.

CHAP. V.

-His reception in the House of Com-

14 Labedoyere's description of the state of

France.-Connection of Buonaparte with

CHAP. III.

the conspiracy.-His habits, amusements,

and pursuits, in the island of Elba.--Im-

Sanguine expectations excited by the late policy of placing him at that place.- Ne.

generosity of the allies.—Disappointment gligence of the allies, and apathy of the

of these hopes. The continuance of the British ministers.- Preparations for Napo-

slave trade severely censured in the two leon's escape.—The life of Fouché, duke

houses. Talleyrand is sent to the con of Otranto.--Alarm in France at the pro-

gress at Vienna.–Views and principles of spect of a new revolution.

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