Titre : The Annual Register, or a View of the ...
Éditeur : T. Burton, London
Date d'édition : 1800
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Good
Edition : First Edition
Iv, 304 & 186,  pages, newly rebound, ex-library with usual library markings, text very good. 1st edition. Volume 37 only. Chapter 1 begins with Effects of the new Constitution established in Poland ~ Various actions between the Russian and Polish Troops. Chapter 2: Continuation of the Partitioning System of Policy ~ General Insurrection of the Poles ~ Siege of Warsaw. Brave and resolute Defence by the Poles. ~ Defeat and Capture of Koscuisko. All Hopes of Poland at an end. Chapter 3: Action and Re-action of Measures and Events. Chapter 4: A Pacification between the Convention and the Insurgents in La Vendee. ~ A British Squadron reduces and fortifies L'Isle Dieu. Chapter 5: Examination of certain Members of the late Committee of Safety. ~ Insurgents at Toulon. Defeated, by the Troops of the Line, with great Slaughter. Chapter 6: Regulations respecting the Election of Deputies to the New National Assembly. Chapter 7: Meeting of the New Legislature. Chapter 8: Incorporation of the Austrian Netherlands with the French Republic. ~ Naval exertions of France confined to Depredations on the British Trade. Revolt under the Auspices and Conduct of Victor Hughes, of the French West-India Islands, that had been reduced by the English ~ The Influence of the New Principles of the French extends across the Atlantic - and excites dangerous Commotions in America. The Authority of Government maintained in the United States of America, by the Moderation, Prudence, and Vigour, of General Washington. Insurrection of Emigrants from Ireland, and the Highlands of Scotland, in the Western Parts of Pennsylvania. Quelled by the Approach of a great and irresistible Force under General Washington. A Dispute between the American States and the Indians, on the Frontiers, supported by a Body of Canadians and British Colonists. Settled by the spirited and judicious conduct of General Wayne. Chapter 9: Success of the Arms of France in every Part of Europe. Chapter 10: State of the Coalition. Chapter 11: The Sentiments of the French toward the English. Chapter 12: Motion in the House of Commons by Mr. Wilberforce for a final Abolition of the Slave Trade. ~ Motion for introducing into the Militia the Use of Artillery. Chapter 13: Affairs of Ireland. Also includes London Gazette, April 6, 1795. London Gazette, June27. London Gazette Extraordinary, Nov. 23. The French Constitution adopted August 22, 1795. Accurate Lift of the Dutch Navy. Articles of Agreement for raising French Corps for the Service of Great Britain, March 9. Additional Instructions to the Commanders of Ships of War and Privateers having Letters of Marque against France. Treaty of Peace between the Chief of the Chouans and the French Convention. Curious Letter, wrote by John Lesly to Sir Thomas Riddle, of Gateshead, during the Siege of Newcastle by the Scots, in the reign of Charles I. N° de réf. du libraire 23574
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