The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II. Continued from the Reign of William and Mary to the Death of George II.
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The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II. Continued from the Reign of William and Mary to the Death of George II.

By T. (Tobias) Smollett
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  • THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
    • Volume II.
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    • CHAPTER I.
      • WILLIAM AND MARY.
    • WILLIAM AND MARY.
    • STATE OF THE NATION IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE REVOLUTION.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE NEW MINISTRY.
    • THE CONVENTION CONVERTED INTO A PARLIAMENT.
    • MUTINY IN THE ARMY.
    • CORONATION—ABOLITION OF HEARTH-MONEY.
    • THE COMMONS VOTE MONEY TO INDEMNIFY THE DUTCH.
    • WILLIAM'S EFFORTS IN FAVOUR OF DISSENTEES.
    • ACT FOR A TOLERATION.
    • VIOLENT DISPUTES ABOUT THE BILL FOR A COMPREHENSION.
    • THE COMMONS ADDRESS THE KING TO SUMMON A CONVOCATION.
    • SETTLEMENT OF THE REVENUE.
    • THE KING TAKES UMBRAGE AT THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE WHIG PARTY.
    • HEATS AND ANIMOSITIES ABOUT THE BILL OF INDEMNITY.
    • BIRTH OF THE DUKE OF GLOUCESTER.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE CONTINENT.
    • WAR DECLARED AGAINST FRANCE.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE CONVENTION.
    • LETTERS TO THE CONVENTION FROM KING WILLIAM AND KING JAMES.
    • THE CONVENTION RECOGNIZE THE AUTHORITY OF KING WILLIAM.
    • CROWN VOTED VACANT, AND AN ACT OF SETTLEMENT PASSED.
    • THE CROWN TENDERED TO WILLIAM.
    • THE CONVENTION STATE THEIR GRIEVANCES.
    • PRELACY ABOLISHED IN SCOTLAND.
    • DISPUTES IN THE PARLIAMENT.
    • SCOTCH PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED.
    • THE CASTLE OF EDINBURGH BESIEGED.
    • KING WILLIAM'S TROOPS DEFEATED.
    • KING JAMES CORDIALLY RECEIVED BY THE FRENCH KING.
    • TYRCONNEL TEMPORIZES WITH WILLIAM.
    • JAMES ARRIVES IN IRELAND.
    • ISSUES FIVE PROCLAMATIONS AT DUBLIN.
    • SIEGE OF LONDONDERRY.
    • COURAGEOUS DEFENCE.
    • CRUELTY OF ROSENE.
    • THE PLACE IS RELIEVED BY KIRKE
    • THE INNISKILLINEES DEFEAT AND TAKE GENERAL MACARTY.
    • MEETING OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THE ACT OF SETTLEMENT REPEALED.
    • THEY PASS AN ACT OF ATTAINDER.
    • JAMES COINS BASE MONEY.
    • PROTESTANT CHURCHES SEIZED BY THE CATHOLICS.
    • ACTION WITH THE FRENCH FLEET.
    • DIVERS SENTENCES REVERSED.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE CAUSE OF MISCARRIAGES IN IRELAND.
    • BILLS PASSED IN THIS SESSION.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • SCHOMBERG LANDS WITH AN ARMY.
    • THE INNISKILLINERS OBTAIN A VICTORY.
    • SCHOMBERG CENSURED.
    • THE FRENCH WORSTED AT WALCOURT.
    • SUCCESS OF THE CONFEDERATES IN GERMANY.
    • DEATH OF POPE INNOCENT XI.
    • KING WILLIAM BECOMES UNPOPULAR.
    • A GOOD NUMBER OF THE CLERGY REFUSE TO TAKE THE OATHS.
    • THE KING GRANTS A COMMISSION FOR REFORMING CHURCH DISCIPLINE.
    • MEETING OF THE CONVOCATION.
    • THEIR SESSION PROROGUED.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • THE WHIGS OBSTRUCT THE INDEMNITY BILL.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE CAUSE OF THE MISCARRIAGES IN IRELAND RESUMED.
    • WILLIAM IRRITATED AGAINST THE WHIGS.
    • PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT.
    • DEBATES ABOUT THE CORPORATION BILLS.
    • THE KING RESOLVES TO FINISH THE IRISH WAR IN PERSON.
    • LUDLOW ARRIVES IN ENGLAND, BUT IS OBLIGED TO WITHDRAW.
    • EFFORTS OF THE JACOBITES IN SCOTLAND.
    • THE COURT INTEREST PREVAILS.
    • THE TORY INTEREST PREVAILS IN THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR RECOGNISING THEIR MAJESTIES.
    • KING WILLIAM LANDS IN IRELAND.
    • JAMES MARCHES TO THE BOYNE.
    • WILLIAM RESOLVES TO GIVE HIM BATTLE
    • BATTLE OF THE BOYNE.
    • DEATH OF SCHOMBERG.
    • JAMES EMBARKS FOR FRANCE.
    • WILLIAM ENTERS DUBLIN.
    • VICTORY GAINED BY THE FRENCH.
    • TORRINGTON COMMITTED TO THE TOWER.
    • PROGRESS OF WILLIAM IN IRELAND.
    • HE INVESTS LIMERICK; IS OBLIGED TO RAISE THE SIEGE.
    • CORK AND KINSALE REDUCED.
    • THE FRENCH FORCES QUIT IRELAND.
    • SAVOY JOINS THE CONFEDERACY.
    • PRINCE WALDECK DEFEATED.
    • ARCHDUKE JOSEPH ELECTED KING.
    • MEETING OF THE PARLIAMENT.
    • COMMONS COMPLY WITH THE KING'S DEMANDS.
    • PETITION OF THE TORIES.
    • ATTEMPT AGAINST CARMARTHEN.
    • THE KING'S VOYAGE TO HOLLAND.
    • HE ASSISTS AT A CONGRESS.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • A CONSPIRACY.
    • THE KING FILLS UP THE BISHOPRICS.
    • AFFAIRS-OF SCOTLAND.
    • CAMPAIGN IN FLANDERS.
    • ELECTION OF A NEW POPE.
    • THE EMPEROR'S SUCCESS AGAINST THE TURKS.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • THE FRENCH AND IRISH OBTAIN AN HONOURABLE CAPITULATION.
    • TWELVE THOUSAND IRISH CATHOLICS ARE TRANSPORTED TO FRANCE.
    • MEETING OF THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • THE ENGLISH AND DUTCH FLEETS BAFFLED BY THE FRENCH.
    • THE KING DISOBLIGES THE PRESBYTERIANS OF SCOTLAND.
    • MASSACRE OF GLENCOE.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR A DESCENT UPON ENGLAND.
    • DECLARATION OF KING JAMES.
    • PRECAUTIONS TAKEN BY THE QUEEN FOR THE DEFENCE OF THE NATION.
    • ADMIRAL RUSSEL PUTS TO SEA.
    • HE OBTAINS A COMPLETE VICTORY OVER THE FRENCH.
    • THE FRENCH TAKE NAMUR IN SIGHT OF KING WILLIAM.
    • THE ALLIES DEFEATED AT STEENKIRK.
    • EXTRAVAGANT REJOICINGS IN FRANCE.
    • CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE LIFE OF WILLIAM.
    • THE CAMPAIGN INACTIVE ON THE RHINE AND IN HUNGARY.
    • THE DUKE INVADES DAUPHINE.
    • THE DUKE OF HANOVER CREATED AN ELECTOR OF THE EMPIRE.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • THE EARL OF MARLBOROUGH, BISHOP OF ROCHESTER, &c, FALSELY ACCUSED.
    • SOURCES OF NATIONAL DISCONTENT.
    • DISSENSION BETWEEN THE QUEEN AND PRINCESS ANNE.
    • THE LORDS VINDICATE THEIR PRIVILEGES.
    • THE COMMONS PRESENT ADDRESSES TO THE KING AND QUEEN.
    • THE LORDS PRESENT AN ADDRESS OF ADVICE TO THE KING.
    • THE COMMONS ADDRESS THE KINO.
    • BURNET'S PASTORAL LETTER BURNED.
    • THE TWO HOUSES ADDRESS THE KING.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE PLACE AND TRIENNIAL PARLIAMENT BILLS.
    • TRIAL OF LORD MOHUN—ALTERATIONS IN THE MINISTRY.
    • THE KING ASSEMBLES THE CONFEDERATE ARMY IN FLANDERS.
    • THE FRENCH REDUCE HUY.
    • THE DUKE OF LUXEMBOURG RESOLVES TO ATTACK THE ALLIES.
    • CHARLEBOY TAKEN BY THE ENEMY.
    • CAMPAIGN ON THE RHINE.
    • TRANSACTIONS in HUNGARY and CATALONIA.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS.
    • EXPEDITION TO THE WEST INDIES.
    • BENBOW BOMBARDS ST. MALOES.
    • THE FRENCH KING HAS RECOURSE TO THE MEDIATION OF DENMARK.
    • THE KING RETURNS TO ENGLAND.
    • BOTH HOUSES INQUIRE INTO THE MISCARRIAGES BY SEA.
    • VAST SUMS GRANTED FOR THE SERVICES OF THE ENSUING YEAR.
    • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND.
    • EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHArTER.
    • GENERAL NATURALIZATION BILL.
    • THE ENGLISH ATTEMPT TO MAKE A DESCENT IN CAMARET-BAY.
    • ADMIRAL RUSSEL RELIEVES BARCELONA.
    • CAMPAIGN IN FLANDERS.
    • THE ALLIES REDUCE HUY.
    • PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH.
    • DEATH OF ARCHBISHOP TILLOTSON AND OF QUEEN MARY
    • RECONCILIATION BETWEEN THE KING AND THE PRINCESS OF DENMARK.
    • CHAPTER V. WILLIAM.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE LANCASHIRE PLOT.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE ABUSES IN THE ARMY.
    • EXAMINATION OF COOKE, ACTON, AND OTHERS.
    • THE DUKE OF LEEDS IMPEACHED.
    • THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THEY INQUIRE INTO THE MASSACRE OF GLENCOE.
    • THEY PASS AN ACT FOR ERECTING A TRADING COMPANY.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • DISPOSITION OF THE ARMIES.
    • WILLIAM UNDERTAKES THE SIEGE OF NAMUR.
    • FAMOUS RETREAT OF PRINCE VAUDEMONT.
    • CAMPAIGN ON THE RHINE.
    • THE DUKE OF SAVOY TAKES CASAL.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN CATALONIA.
    • THE ENGLISH FLEET BOMBARDS ST. MALOES, &c.
    • EXPEDITION TO THE WEST INDIES.
    • A NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR REGULATING TRIALS IN CASES OF HIGH-TREASON.
    • RESOLUTIONS WITH RESPECT TO A NEW COINAGE.
    • INTRIGUES OF THE JACOBITES.
    • CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE LIFE OF WILLIAM.
    • DESIGN OF AN INVASION DEFEATED.
    • THE TWO HOUSES FORM AN ASSOCIATION FOR THE DEFENCE OF HIS MAJESTY.
    • ESTABLISHMENT OF A LAND-BANK.
    • THE ALLIES BURN THE MAGAZINE AT GIVET.
    • LOUIS MAKES ADVANCES TOWARDS A PEACE WITH HOLLAND.
    • NAVAL TRANSACTIONS.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE PARLIAMENTS OF SCOTLAND AND IRELAND.
    • ZEAL OF THE ENGLISH COMMONS IN THEIR AFFECTION TO THE KING.
    • RESOLUTIONS TOUCHING THE COIN, &c.
    • SIR JOHN FENWICK IS APPREHENDED, CONDEMNED, AND BEHEADED.
    • EARL OF MONMOUTH SENT TO THE TOWER.
    • INQUIRY INTO MISCARRIAGES BY SEA.
    • NEGOTIATIONS AT RYSWICK.
    • THE FRENCH TAKE BARCELONA.
    • EXPEDITION OF ADMIRAL NEVIL TO THE WEST INDIES.
    • THE ELECTOR OF SAXONY IS CHOSEN KING OF POLAND.
    • THE CZAR OF MUSCOVY TrAVELS IN DISGUISE.
    • CONGRESS AT RYSWICK.
    • THE AMBASSADORS SIGN THE TREATY.
    • A GENERAL PACIFICATION.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • CHARACTERS OF THE MINISTERS.
    • THE NUMBER OF STANDING FORCES REDUCED TO TEN THOUSAND.
    • CIVIL LIST ESTABLISHED, &c.
    • COGNIZANCE TAKEN OF FRAUDULENT ENDORSEMENTS OF EXCHEQUER BILLS.
    • A NEW EAST INDIA COMPANY CONSTITUTED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SOCIETY FOR THE REFOrMATION OF MANNERS.
    • THE EARL OF PORTLAND RESIGNS.
    • THE KING DISOWNS THE SCOTTISH TRADING COMPANY.
    • HE EMBARKS FOR HOLLAND.
    • FIRST TREATY OF PARTITION.
    • INTRIGUES OF FRANCE AT THE COURT OF MADRID.
    • THE COMMONS ADDRESS THE KING.
    • THE SCOTTISH COMPANY MAKE A SETTLEMENT ON THE ISTHMUS OF DARIEN.
    • REMONSTRANCES OF THE SPANISH COURT.
    • THE COMMONS PERSIST IN THEIR RESOLUTIONS.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE EXPEDITION Of CAPTAIN KIDD.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE IRISH FORFEITURES.
    • THE COMMONS PASS A BILL OF RESUMPTION.
    • A SEVERE BILL PASSED AGAINST THE PAPISTS.
    • LORD SOMERS DISMISSED.
    • SECOND TREATY OF PARTITION.
    • A FLEET SENT INTO THE BALTIC.
    • SECOND TREATY OF PARTITION.
    • THE FRENCH INTEREST PREVAILS AT THE COURT OF SPAIN.
    • DEATH OF THE KING OF SPAIN.
    • PHILIP ACKNOWLEDGED KING OF SPAIN.
    • A NEW MINISTRY, AND A NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • AN INTERCEPTED LETTER.
    • SUCCESSION OF THE CROWN SETTLED.
    • INEFFECTUAL NEGOTIATION with FRANCE.
    • SEVERE ADDRESSES FROM BOTH HOUSES.
    • WILLIAM IS OBLIGED TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE KING OF SPAIN.
    • EARL OF ORFORD, &c, IMPEACHED.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES.
    • THE IMPEACHED LORDS ACQUITTED.
    • PETITION OF KENT.
    • PROGRESS OF PRINCE EUGENE.
    • SITUATION OF AFFAIRS IN EUROPE.
    • TREATY OF ALLIANCE BETWEEN THE EMPEROR AND THE MARITIME POWERS.
    • DEATH OF KING JAMES.
    • LOUIS OWNS THE PRETENDED PRINCE OF WALES AS KING OF ENGLAND.
    • THE KING'S LAST SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES.
    • THE BILL OF ABJURATION PASSED.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • THE KING RECOMMENDS AN UNION.
    • HE FALLS FROM HIS HORSE.
    • HIS DEATH AND CHARACTER.
    • NOTES:
    • MAPS:
  • QUEEN ANNE
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • ANNE SUCCEEDS TO THE THRONE.
    • THE ENGAGEMENTS OF HER PREDECESSOR WITH HIS ALLIES FULFILLED.
    • A FRENCH MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • QUEEN'S INCLINATION TO THE TORIES.
    • WAR DECLARED AGAINST FRANCE.
    • THE PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • WARM OPPOSITION TO THE MINISTRY IN THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THEY RECOGNISE HER MAJESTY'S AUTHORITY.
    • THE QUEEN APPOINTS COMMISSIONERS TO TREAT OF AN UNION.
    • STATE OF AFFAIRS ON THE CONTINENT.
    • KEISEESWAERT AND LANDAU TAKEN.
    • PROGRESS OF THE EARL OF MARLBOROUGH.
    • HE NARROWLY ESCAPES BEING TAKEN BY A FRENCH PARTISAN.
    • THE IMPERIALISTS ARE WORSTED AT FEIDLINGUEN.
    • BATTLE OF LUZZARA, IN ITALY.
    • THE KING OF SWEDEN DEFEATS AUGUSTUS AT LISSOU.
    • FRUITLESS EXPEDITION TO CADIZ.
    • SPANISH GALLEONS TAKEN and DESTROYED.
    • BENBOW'S ENGAGEMENT WITH DU CASSE.
    • A NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES.
    • THE LORDS INQUIRE INTO THE CONDUCT OF SIR GEORGE ROOKE.
    • COMMERCE PROHIBITED BETWEEN HOLLAND, FRANCE, AND SPAIN.
    • BILL FOR PREVENTING OCCASIONAL CONFORMITY.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES OF CONVOCATION.
    • ACCOUNT OF PARTIES IN SCOTLAND.
    • DANGEROUS HEATS IN THE PARLIAMENT.
    • THE COMMISSIONER IS ABANDONED BY THE CAVALIERS.
    • HE IS IN DANGER OF HIS LIFE.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • A SEVERE ACT PASSED AGAINST PAPISTS.
    • THE ELECTOR TAKES POSSESSION OF RATISBON.
    • THE ALLIES REDUCE BONNE.
    • BATTLE OF ECKEREN.
    • PRINCE OF HESSE DEFEATED BY THE FRENCH.
    • TREATY BETWEEN THE EMPEROR AND THE DUKE OF SAVOY.
    • SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVEL SAILS WITH A FLEET.
    • ADMIRAL GRAYDON'S BOOTLESS EXPEDITION.
    • CHARLES KING OF SPAIN ARRIVES IN ENGLAND.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • BILL AGAINST OCCASIONAL CONFORMITY.
    • CONSPIRACY OF SIMON FRASER, LORD LOVAT.
    • A REMONSTRANCE PRESENTED TO THE QUEEN.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES.
    • THE QUEEN'S BOUNTY to the POOR CLERGY.
    • INQUIRY INTO NAVAL AFFAIRS.
    • TRIAL OF LINDSAY.
    • THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • VIOLENT OPPOSITION TO THE MINISTRY.
    • THEY PASS THE ACT OF SECURITY.
    • SITUATION OF THE EMPEROR'S AFFAIRS.
    • MARLBOROUGH MARCHES WITH THE ALLIED ARMY INTO GERMANY.
    • FRUITLESS NEGOTIATION WITH THE ELECTOR.
    • THE CONFEDERATES OBTAIN A COMPLETE VICTORY AT HOCHSTADT.
    • SIEGE OF LANDAU.
    • MARLBOROUGH RETURNS TO ENGLAND.
    • STATE OF THE WAR IN EUROPE.
    • CAMPAIGN IN PORTUGAL.
    • SIR GEORGE KOOKE TAKES GIBRALTAR.
    • SESSION OF PARLIAMENT IN ENGLAND.
    • AN ACT OF ALIENATION PASSED.
    • DISAGREEMENT ON THE SUBJECT OF THE AYLESBURY CONSTABLES.
    • THE PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • ACT PASSED FOR A TREATY OF UNION.
    • DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE PARLIAMENT AND CONVOCATION IN IRELAND.
    • CAMPAIGN ON THE MOSELLE.
    • THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH FORCES THE FRENCH LINES IN BRABANT.
    • HE VISITS THE COURT OF VIENNA.
    • STATE OF THE WAR ON THE UPPER RHINE, IN HUNGARY, &c.
    • THE FRENCH FLEET DESTROYED, &c.
    • BARCELONA REDUCED BY SIR C. SHOVEL AND LORD PETERBOROUGH.
    • THE EARL'S PROGRESS IN SPAIN.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT IN ENGLAND.
    • BILL FOR A REGENCY.
    • THE PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • CONFERENCES OPENED FOR A TREATY OF UNION WITH SCOTLAND.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE TREATY.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • THE FRENCH DEFEATED AT THE BATTLE OF RAMILLIES.
    • THE SIEGE OF BARCELONA RAISED.
    • PRINCE EUGENE OBTAINS A COMPLETE VICTORY OVER THE FRENCH.
    • SIR C. SHOVEL SAILS WITH A REINFORCEMENT TO CHARLES.
    • THE KING OF SWEDEN MARCHES INTO SAXONY.
    • THE FRENCH KING DEMANDS CONFERENCES FOR A PEACE.
    • MEETING OF THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • VIOLENT OPPOSITION TO THE UNION.
    • PROCEEDINGS in the ENGLISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THE COMMONS APPROVE OF THE ARTICLES OF THE UNION.
    • PARLIAMENT REVIVED BY PROCLAMATION.
    • THE QUEEN GIVES AUDIENCE TO A MUSCOVITE AMBASSADOR.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN CONVOCATION.
    • FRANCE THREATENED WITH TOTAL RUIN.
    • THE ALLIES ARE DEFEATED AT ALMANZA.
    • UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT UPON TOULON.
    • SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVEL WRECKED.
    • INTERVIEW BETWEEN THE KING OF SWEDEN AND THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH.
    • INACTIVE CAMPAIGN in the NETHERLANDS.
    • A PARTY FORMED AGAINST MARLBOROUGH.
    • MEETING OP THE FIRST BRITISH PARLIAMENT.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE WAR IN SPAIN.
    • THE PRETENDER EMBARKS AT DUNKIRK FOR SCOTLAND.
    • STATE OF THE NATION AT THAT PERIOD.
    • PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED.
    • THE FRENCH SURPRISE GHENT AND BRUGES.
    • THE ALLIES INVEST LISLE.
    • LISLE SURRENDERED, GHENT TAKEN, AND BRUGES ABANDONED.
    • CONQUEST OF MINORCA.
    • RUPTURE BETWEEN THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR.
    • DEATH OF PRINCE GEORGE OF DENMARK.
    • THE NEW PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED.
    • NATURALIZATION BILL.
    • ACT OF GRACE.
    • DISPUTES ABOUT THE MUSCOVITE AMBASSADOR COMPROMISED.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • NEGOTIATION FOR PEACE INEFFECTUAL.
    • THE ALLIED ARMY TAKE TOURNAY.
    • THE FRENCH ARE DEFEATED.
    • MONS SURRENDERED.
    • CAMPAIGN IN SPAIN.
    • FRENCH KING'S PROPOSALS OF TREATING REJECTED BY THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • ACCOUNT OF DE SACHEVEREL.
    • HIS TRIAL.
    • DEBATES UPON IT IN THE LORDS.
    • CONFERENCES AT GERTRUYDENBURGH.
    • PRIDE AND OBSTINACY OF THE DUTCH.
    • DOUAY, BETHUNE, AIRE, &c. TAKEN BY THE CONFEDERATES.
    • KING CHARLES, OBTAINING A VICTORY AT SARAGOSSA, ENTERS MADRID.
    • BATTLE OF VILLAVICIOSA.
    • THE WHIG MINISTRY DISGRACED.
    • DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH INSULTED.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR IN SPAIN.
    • HARLEY STABBED AT THE COUNCIL BOARD.
    • DEATH OF THE EMPEROR JOSEPH.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE CONVOCATION.
    • THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH CONTINUES TO COMMAND THE ALLIED ARMY.
    • BOUCHAIN REDUCED.
    • DUKE OF ARGYLE COMMANDS THE BRITISH TROOPS IN SPAIN.
    • EXPEDITION TO CANADA.
    • NEGOTIATION BETWEEN THE COURTS OF FRANCE AND ENGLAND.
    • MENAGER ARRIVES PRIVATELY in ENGLAND.
    • THE FRENCH KING'S PROPOSALS DISAGREEABLE TO THE ALLIES.
    • DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH DISMISSED FROM ALL HIS EMPLOYMENTS.
    • PRINCE EUGENE ARRIVES IN ENGLAND.
    • WALPOLE EXPELLED.
    • RESOLUTIONS AGAINST THE BARRIER-TREATY AND THE DUTCH.
    • ACTS UNFAVOURABLE TO THE PRESBYTERIAN DISCIPLINE IN SCOTLAND.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • THE QUEEN'S MEASURES OBSTRUCTED.
    • DEATH OF THE DAUPHIN AND HIS SON.
    • THE QUEEN DEMANDS PHILIP'S RENUNCIATION OF THE CROWN.
    • THE DUKE OF ORMOND TAKES THE COMMAND OF THE BRITISH FORCES.
    • PHILIP PROMISES TO RENOUNCE THE CROWN OF FRANCE.
    • THE QUEEN COMMUNICATES THE PLAN OF THE PEACE TO PARLIAMENT.
    • IRRUPTION INTO FRANCE BY GENERAL GROVESTEIN.
    • FOREIGN TROOPS IN BRITISH PAY REFUSE TO MARCH WITH ORMOND.
    • THE ALLIES DEFEATED AT DENAIN.
    • PROGRESS OF THE CONFERENCES AT UTRECHT.
    • THE DUKE OF HAMILTON AND LORD MOHUN ARE KILLED IN A DUEL.
    • THE STATES-GENERAL SIGN THE BARRIER-TREATY.
    • PEACE WITH FRANCE.
    • THE TREATY WITH FRANCE.
    • THE SCOTTISH LORDS MOVE FOR A BILL TO DISSOLVE THE UNION.
    • VIOLENCE OF PARTIES IN ENGLAND.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT IN ENGLAND.
    • TREATY OF RASTADT BETWEEN THE EMPEROR AND FRANCE.
    • THE LORDS TAKE COGNIZANCE OF A LIBEL AGAINST THE SCOTS.
    • MR. STEELE EXPELLED THE HOUSE.
    • WHIGS' PRECAUTION FOR SECURING THE PROTESTANT SUCCESSION.
    • A WRIT DEMANDED FOR THE ELECTORAL PRINCE OF HANOVER.
    • THE PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • PRECAUTIONS TAKEN FOR SECURING THE PEACE OF THE KINGDOM.
    • DEATH AND CHARACTER OF ANNE.
    • NOTES:
    • MAPS:
    • GEORGE I.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • GEORGE I.
    • GEORGE I.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • KING GEORGE PROCLAIMED.
    • THE CIVIL LIST GRANTED TO THE KING.
    • THE ELECTORAL PRINCE CREATED PRINCE OF WALES.
    • THE KING ARRIVES IN ENGLAND.
    • THE TORIES TOTALLY EXCLUDED FROM THE ROYAL FAVOUR.
    • PRETENDER'S MANIFESTO.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • THE KING'S FIRST SPEECH.
    • COMMITTEE OF SECRECY.
    • SIR JOHN NORRIS SENT WITH A FLEET TO THE BALTIC.
    • DISCONTENT OF THE NATION.
    • REPORT OF THE SECRET COMMITTEE.
    • EARL OF OXFORD SENT TO THE TOWER.
    • THE KING DECLARES TO BOTH HOUSES THAT A REBELLION IS BEGUN.
    • DUKE OF ORMOND AND LORD BOLINGBROKE ATTAINTED.
    • INTRIGUES OF THE JACOBITES.
    • DEATH OF LOUIS XIV.
    • THE EARL OF MAR SETS UP THE PRETENDER'S STANDARD.
    • MACKINTOSH JOINS THE ENGLISH INSURGENTS.
    • BATTLE AT DUMBLANE.
    • THE PRETENDER ARRIVES IN SCOTLAND.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THE REBEL LORDS ARE IMPEACHED.
    • EARL OF DEEWENTWATER AND LORD KENMUIR ARE BEHEADED.
    • TRIALS OF REBELS.
    • ACT FOR SEPTENNIAL PARLIAMENTS.
    • DUKE OF ARGYLE DISGRACED.
    • THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE.
    • COUNT GYLLENBURGH ARRESTED.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE OXFORD RIOT.
    • DIVISION IN THE MINISTRY.
    • THE COMMONS PASS THE SOUTH-SEA ACT, &c.
    • TRIAL OF THE EARL OF OXFORD.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE CONVOCATION WITH REGARD TO DR. HOADLEY.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE KING AND THE CZAR OF MUSCOVY.
    • THE KING OF SWEDEN IS KILLED.
    • NEGOTIATION FOR A QUADRUPLE ALLIANCE.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • NATURE OF THE QUADRUPLE ALLIANCE.
    • ADMIRAL BYNG SAILS.
    • HE DESTROYS THE SPANISH FLEET.
    • REMONSTRANCES OF THE SPANISH MINISTRY.
    • ACT FOR STRENGTHENING THE PROTESTANT INTEREST.
    • WAR DECLARED AGAINST SPAIN.
    • CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE REGENT OF FRANCE.
    • INTENDED INVASION BY ORMOND.
    • THREE HUNDRED SPANIARDS LAND AND ARE TAKEN IN SCOTLAND.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE PEERAGE BILL.
    • COUNT MERCI ASSUMES THE COMMAND OF THE IMPERIAL ARMY
    • ACTIVITY OF ADMIRAL BYNG.
    • THE SPANISH TROOPS EVACUATE SICILY.
    • PHILIP OBLIGED TO ACCEDE TO THE QUADRUPLE ALLIANCE.
    • BILL FOR SECURING THE DEPENDENCY OF IRELAND UPON THE CROWN.
    • SOUTH-SEA ACT
    • CHARTERS GRANTED TO THE ROYAL AND LONDON ASSURANCE OFFICES.
    • TREATY OF ALLIANCE WITH SWEDEN.
    • THE PRINCE OF HESSE ELECTED KING OF SWEDEN.
    • EFFECTS OF THE SOUTH-SEA SCHEME.
    • A SECRET COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • SEVERE RESOLUTIONS AGAINST THE SOUTH-SEA COMPANY.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • BILL AGAINST ATHEISM.
    • ALLIANCE BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE, AND SPAIN.
    • PLAGUE AT MARSEILLES.
    • DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS ABOUT MR. LAW.
    • SENTIMENTS OF SOME LORDS TOUCHING THE WAR.
    • PETITION OF THE QUAKERS..
    • NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DECLARATION OF THE PRETENDER.
    • REPORT OF THE SECRET COMMITTEE.
    • BILL OF PAINS AND PENALTIES AGAINST THE BISHOP OF ROCHESTER.
    • PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THOSE CONCERNED IN THE LOTTERY AT HAMBURGH.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CLAMOUR IN IRELAND ON ACCOUNT OF WOOD'S COINAGE.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF ORLEANS.
    • AN ACT FOR LESSENING THE PUBLIC DEBTS.
    • PHILIP, KING OF SPAIN, ABDICATES THE THRONE.
    • ABUSES IN CHANCERY.
    • TRIAL OF THE EARL OF MACCLESFIELD.
    • DEBATES ABOUT THE DEBTS OF THE CIVIL LIST.
    • BILL IN FAVOUR OF THE LATE LORD BOLINGBROKE.
    • TREATY OF ALLIANCE.
    • TREATY OF HANOVER.
    • A SQUADRON SENT TO THE BALTIC.
    • ADMIRAL HOSIER'S EXPEDITION.
    • DISGRACE OF THE DUKE DE RIPPERDA.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE KING'S SPEECH.
    • DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • CONVENTIONS WITH SWEDEN AND HESSE-CASSEL.
    • VOTE OF CREDIT.
    • SIEGE OF GIBRALTAR
    • PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE.
    • DEATH AND CHARACTER OF GEORGE I.
    • NOTES:
    • GEORGE II.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • GEORGE II. ASCENDS THE THRONE.
    • CHARACTERS OF THE PRINCIPAL PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE MINISTRY.
    • DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT CONCERNING THE CIVIL LIST.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • VIOLENT DISPUTE CONCERNING THE NATIONAL DEBT.
    • A DOUBLE MARRIAGE BETWEEN THE HOUSES OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.
    • LIBERALITY OF THE COMMONS.
    • DEBATES ON THE SUBSIDIES OF HESSE-CASSEL AND WOLFENBUTTLE.
    • COMMITTEE FOR INSPECTING THE GAOLS.
    • ADDRESS TOUCHING THE SPANISH DEPREDATIONS.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • WISE CONDUCT OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • ABDICATION OF THE KING OF SARDINIA.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE KING'S SPEECH.
    • OBJECTIONS TO THE TREATY OF SEVILLE.
    • OPPOSITION TO A STANDING ARMY.
    • BILL PROHIBITING LOANS.
    • CHARTER OF THE EAST-INDIA COMPANY.
    • THE EMPEROR RESENTS THE TREATY OF SEVILLE.
    • ARRIVAL OF SEVEN INDIAN CHIEFS.
    • BILL AGAINST PENSIONERS SITTING AS MEMBERS IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • TREATY OF VIENNA.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF PARMA.
    • DON CARLOS TAKES POSSESSION OF HIS TERRITORIES.
    • FRANCE DISTRACTED BY RELIGIOUS DISPUTES.
    • THE MINISTRY VIOLENTLY OPPOSED.
    • DEBATE ON A STANDING ARMY.
    • THE CHARITABLE CORPORATION.
    • REVIVAL OF THE SALT-TAX.
    • MR. PULTENEY'S NAME STRUCK OUT OF THE LIST OF PRIVY-COUNSELLORS.
    • THE KING SETS OUT FOR HANOVER.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • REMARKABLE INSTANCE OF SUICIDE.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE CONTINENT.
    • MEETING OF THE PARLIAMENT.
    • ADDRESS TO THE KING.
    • THE EXCISE SCHEME PROPOSED.
    • BILL FOR A DOWER TO THE PRINCESS ROYAL.
    • DOUBLE ELECTION OF A KING OF POLAND.
    • CONFEDERACY AGAINST THE EMPEROR.
    • ARRIVAL OF THE PRINCE OF ORANGE.
    • ALTERCATION IN THE COMMONS.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE SEPTENNIAL ACT.
    • CONCLUSION OF A REMARKABLE SPEECH BY SIR W. WYNDHAM.
    • PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED.
    • DANTZIC BESIEGED BY THE RUSSIANS.
    • PHILIPSBURGH TAKEN BY THE FRENCH.
    • BATTLE OF PARMA.
    • THE IMPERIALISTS ARE AGAIN WORSTED.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • DEBATE ON A SUBSIDY TO DENMARK.
    • PETITION OF SOME SCOTTISH NOBLEMEN.
    • MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE COURTS OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.
    • PRELIMINARIES SIGNED BY THE EMPEROR AND THE KING OF FRANCE.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF QUAKERS IN THE ARTICLE OF TITHES.
    • MORTMAIN ACT.
    • REMARKABLE RIOT AT EDINBURGH.
    • RUPTURE BETWEEN THE CZARINA AND THE OTTOMAN PORTE.
    • THE SESSION OF PARLIAMENT OPENED
    • MOTION IN BOTH HOUSES FOR A SETTLEMENT ON THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • SCHEME FOR REDUCING THE INTEREST OF THE NATIONAL DEBT.
    • BILL AGAINST THE CITY OF EDINBURGH.
    • PLAY-HOUSE BILL.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • THE RUSSIANS TAKE OCZAKOW.
    • DEATH OF CAROLINE, QUEEN CONSORT.
    • DISPUTE IN PARLIAMENT.
    • SPANISH DEPREDATIONS.
    • MOTIVES FOR AVOIDING A WAR.
    • BILL FOR SECURING THE TRADE IN AMERICA.
    • BIRTH OF PRINCE GEORGE.
    • PROGRESS of the WAR AGAINST the TURKS.
    • DISPUTE BETWEEN HANOVER AND DENMARK.
    • PETITIONS AGAINST THE CONVENTION.
    • DEBATE ON THE CONTENTION.
    • SECESSION OF THE CHIEF MEMBERS IN THE OPPOSITION.
    • THE HOUSE OF LORDS DEBATE UPON AN ADDRESS TO HIS MAJESTY.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • THE KING OF SPAIN PUBLISHES A MANIFESTO.
    • THE EMPEROR AND CZARINA CONCLUDE A PEACE WITH THE TURKS.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR WAR IN ENGLAND.
    • PENSION-BILL REVIVED AND LOST.
    • PORTO BELLO TAKEN by ADMIRAL VERNON.
    • MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS MARY TO THE PRINCE OF HESSE.
    • STRONG ARMAMENT SENT TO THE WEST INDIES.
    • DEATH OF THE EMPEROR AND CZARINA.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • DISCONTENTS AGAINST THE MINISTRY.
    • MOTION FOR REMOVING SIR R. WALPOLE FROM HIS MAJESTY'S COUNCILS.
    • DEBATE ON THE MUTINY BILL.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • ARMY UNDER LORD CATHCART AND SIR CHALONER OGLE.
    • NATURE OF THE CLIMATE ON THE SPANISH MAIN.
    • ADMIRAL VERNON SAILS TO CARTHAGENA.
    • EXPEDITION TO CUBA.
    • RUPTURE BETWEEN THE QUEEN OF HUNGARY AND THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • A TREATY OF NEUTRALITY CONCLUDED WITH FRANCE FOR HANOVER.
    • A BODY OF FRENCH FORCES JOIN THE ELECTOR OF BAVARIA.
    • WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SWEDEN.
    • REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA.
    • INACTIVITY OF THE NAVAL POWER OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • REMARKABLE MOTION IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS BY LORD SOMERSET.
    • THE COUNTRY PARTY OBTAIN A MAJORITY IN THE COMMONS.
    • SIR ROBERT WALPOLE CREATED EARL OF ORFORD.
    • CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE ADMINISTRATION OF SIR ROBERT WALPOLE.
    • THE ELECTOR OF BAVARIA CHOSEN EMPEROR.
    • THE KING OF PRUSSIA GAINS THE BATTLE AT CZASLAW.
    • EXTRAORDINARY RETREAT OF M. DE BELLEISLE.
    • THE KING OF GREAT BRITAIN FORMS AN ARMY IN FLANDERS.
    • PROGRESS OF THE WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SWEDEN.
    • THE KING OF SARDINIA DECLARES FOR THE HOUSE OF AUSTRIA.
    • OPERATIONS IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • EXTRAORDINARY MOTION IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • BILL FOR QUIETING CORPORATIONS.
    • CONVENTION BETWEEN THE EMPEROR AND THE QUEEN OF HUNGARY.
    • DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRUSSIA AND THE ELECTOR OF HANOVER.
    • THE ENGLISH OBTAIN A VICTORY OVER THE FRENCH.
    • TREATY OF WORMS.
    • AFFAIRS IN THE NORTH.
    • BATTLE OF CAMPO-SANTO.
    • TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRITISH FLEET.
    • FRUITLESS ATTEMPTS UPON THE SPANISH SETTLEMENTS.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • PROJECTED INVASION OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • A FRENCH SQUADRON SAILS UP THE ENGLISH CHANNEL.
    • The KINGDOM PUT IN A STATE OF DEFENCE.
    • THE DESIGN OF THE FRENCH DEFEATED.
    • BILL AGAINST THOSE WHO SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH THE PRETENDER'S SONS.
    • NAVAL ENGAGEMENT OFF TOULON.
    • TREATY OF FRANCKFORT.
    • PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH KING IN THE NETHERLANDS
    • PRINCE CHARLES OF LORRAINE PASSES THE RHINE.
    • CAMPAIGN IN BAVARIA AND FLANDERS.
    • BATTLE OF CONI.
    • RETURN OF COMMODORE ANSON.
    • REVOLUTION IN THE BRITISH MINISTRY.
    • TREATY OF DRESDEN.—THE GRAND DUKE OF TUSCANY ELECTED EMPEROR.
    • THE ALLIES ARE DEFEATED.
    • THE KING OF SARDINIA IS ALMOST STRIPPED OF HIS DOMINIONS.
    • THE ENGLISH TAKE CAPE BRETON
    • PROJECT OF AN INSURRECTION IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • THE ELDEST SON OF THE CHEVALIER DE ST. GEORGE LANDS IN SCOTLAND.
    • EFFORTS OF THE FRIENDS OF GOVERNMENT IN SCOTLAND.
    • PRECAUTIONS TAKEN IN ENGLAND.
    • THE REBELS RETREAT INTO SCOTLAND.
    • THE KING'S TROOPS UNDER HAWLEY ARE WORSTED AT FALKIEK.
    • THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND COMMANDS THE ROYAL TROOPS.
    • THE REBELS UNDERTAKE THE SIEGE OF FORT-WILLIAM.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND TAKES POSSESSION OF INVERNESS.
    • THE PRETENDER ESCAPES TO FRANCE.
    • CONVULSION IN THE MINISTRY.
    • TRIAL AND EXECUTION OF THE REBELS.
    • THE STATES-GENERAL ALARMED AT THE PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH.
    • COUNT SAXE SUBDUES ALL FLANDERS, BRABANT, AND HAINAULT.
    • THE FRENCH AND SPANIARDS ABANDON PIEDMONT AND THE MILANESE.
    • THE GENOESE EXPEL THE AUSTRIANS.
    • MADRAS TAKEN BY THE FRENCH.
    • NAVAL TRANSACTIONS in the WEST INDIES.
    • PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED.
    • THE FRENCH AND ALLIES TAKE THE FIELD IN FLANDERS.
    • THE PRINCE OF ORANGE ELECTED STADTHOLDER.
    • SIEGE OF BERGEN-OP-ZOOM.
    • THE CHEVALIER DE BELLEISLE SLAIN.
    • A FRENCH SQUADRON TAKEN.
    • ADMIRAL HAWKE OBTAINS ANOTHER VICTORY OVER THE FRENCH.
    • CONGRESS AT AIX-LA-CHAPELLE.
    • COMPLIANT TEMPER OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR THE CAMPAIGN IN THE NETHERLANDS.
    • SIEGE OF MAESTRICHT. FORMS A CESSATION.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST AND WEST INDIES.
    • CONCLUSION OF THE DEFINITIVE TREATY AT AIX-LA-CHAPELLE.
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • REFLECTIONS ON THE PEACE.
    • THE PRINCE OF WALES' ADHERENTS JOIN THE OPPOSITION.
    • CHARACTER OF THE MINISTRY.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • EXORBITANT DEMAND OF THE EMPRESS-QUEEN OPPOSED.
    • VIOLENT CONTEST CONCERNING THE SEAMEN'S BILL.
    • BILL FOR LIMITING THE TERM OF A SOLDIER'S SERVICE.
    • MEASURES TAKEN WITH RESPECT TO THE AFRICAN TRADE.
    • SCHEME FOR IMPROVING THE BRITISH FISHERY.
    • ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE COMMERCE TO HUDSON'S BAY.
    • PLAN FOR MAINTAINING THE NAVY.
    • ELECTION OF A CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.
    • SCHEME FOR A NEW SETTLEMENT.
    • TOWN OF HALIFAX FOUNDED.
    • FRENCH ATTEMPTS TO SETTLE THE ISLAND OF TOBAGO.
    • REJOICINGS FOR THE PEACE.
    • APPEARANCE OF A RUPTURE BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SWEDEN.
    • INTERPOSITION OF THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • CONDUCT OF DIFFERENT EUROPEAN POWERS.
    • INSOLENCE OF THE BARBARY CORSAIRS.
    • DISTURBANCES IN ENGLAND.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • SCHEME FOR REDUCING THE INTEREST OF THE NATIONAL DEBT.
    • NEW MUTINY BILL.
    • BILL FOR ENCOURAGING the IMPORTATION OF IRON FROM AMERICA.
    • ERECTION OF THE BRITISH HERRING FISHERY.
    • NEW AFRICAN COMPANY.
    • WESTMINSTER ELECTION.
    • EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON.
    • PESTILENTIAL FEVER AT THE SESSION IN THE OLD BAILEY.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SWEDEN.
    • PLAN FOR ELECTING THE ARCHDUKE JOSEPH KING OF THE ROMANS.
    • DISPUTES WITH THE FRENCH ABOUT THE LIMITS OF NOVA SCOTIA.
    • TREATY WITH SPAIN.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • DEATH AND CHARACTER OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • SETTLEMENT OF A REGENCY IN CASE OF A MINOR SOVEREIGN.
    • GENERAL NATURALIZATION BILL.
    • CENSURE PASSED UPON A PAPER ENTITLED "CONSTITUTIONAL QUERIES."
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMONS ON THE WESTMINSTER ELECTION.
    • MR. MURRAY SENT PRISONER TO NEWGATE.
    • SESSION CLOSED. STYLE ALTERED.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • DEATH OF THE QUEEN OF DENMARK AND PRINCE OF ORANGE.
    • MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE CZARINA AND KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • MEASURES FOR ELECTING A KING OF THE ROMANS.
    • DEATH OF THE KING OF SWEDEN.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • PROCEEDINGS UPON A PAMPHLET, ENTITLED "THE CASE OF MR. MURRAY."
    • LAW RELATING TO THE FORFEITED ESTATES IN SCOTLAND.
    • NEW CONSOLIDATION OF FUNDS.
    • TWO PORTS OPENED FOR THE IMPORTATION OF IRISH WOOL.
    • THE KING SETS OUT FOR HANOVER.
    • DISPUTE BETWEEN HANOVER AND PRUSSIA.
    • MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE COURTS OF LONDON AND BERLIN.
    • IMPROVEMENT OF POMERANIA.
    • TREATY WITH THE ELECTOR PALATINE.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • GAME ACT.
    • ACT FOR PERFORMING QUARANTINE.
    • ACT FOR PREVENTING THE PLUNDERING OF SHIPWRECKED VESSELS.
    • BILL RELATING TO THE BOUNTY OF CORN EXPORTED.
    • TURKEY TRADE LAID OPEN.
    • NATURALIZATION OF THE JEWS.
    • MARRIAGE ACT.
    • DELIBERATIONS CONCERNING THE SUGAR COLONIES.
    • FATE OF THE REGISTER BILL.
    • SIR HANS SLOANE'S MUSEUM PURCHASED BY PARLIAMENT.
    • EXECUTION OF DR. CAMERON.
    • TUMULTS IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE KINGDOM.
    • DISTURBANCES IN FRANCE.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIET RELATIVE TO EAST FRIEZELAND.
    • EXTRAORDINARY TREATY.
    • CONFERENCES WITH RESPECT TO NOVA SCOTIA BROKE UP.
    • DESCRIPTION OF NOVA SCOTIA.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • AMBITIOUS SCHEMES OF THE FRENCH.
    • RISE AND CONDUCT OF THE OHIO COMPANY.
    • PERFIDY OF THE FRENCH.
    • MAJOR LAURENCE DEFEATS THE FRENCH NEUTRALS.
    • BRITISH AMBASSADOR AT PARIS AMUSED WITH GENERAL PROMISES.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • REPEAL OF THE ACT FOR NATURALIZING JEWS.
    • MOTION FOE REPEALING A FORMER ACT FAVOURABLE TO THE JEWS.
    • EAST-INDIA MUTINY BILL.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • DEATH OF MR. PELHAM. CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED AND PROROGUED.
    • DISPUTES IN THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE ENGLISH SETTLEMENTS.
    • DISPUTE ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT OF ARCOT.
    • MAHOMMED ALI KHAN SUPPORTED BY THE ENGLISH.
    • MR. CLIVE TAKES ARCOT.
    • MR. CLIVE REDUCES THREE FORTS, &c.
    • CHUNDA SAIB TAKEN AND PUT TO DEATH.
    • CONVENTION BETWEEN THE EAST INDIA COMPANIES OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
    • GENERAL VIEW OF THE BRITISH COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA.
    • THE FRENCH SURPRISE LOG'S TOWN.
    • CONFERENCE WITH THE INDIANS.
    • COLONEL WASHINGTON DEFEATED AND TAKEN BY THE FRENCH.
    • DIVISIONS AMONG THE BRITISH COLONIES.
    • HEREDITARY PRINCE OF HESSE-CASSEL PROFESSES THE CATHOLIC RELIGION.
    • PARLIAMENT OF PARIS RECALLED FROM EXILE.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • BILL IN BEHALF OF CHELSEA PENSIONERS.
    • MESSAGE FROM THE KING TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • COURT OF VERSAILLES AMUSES THE ENGLISH MINISTRY.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
    • EARL PAULET'S MOTION.
    • REGENCY APPOINTED.
    • BOSCAWEN'S EXPEDITION.
    • FRENCH AMBASSADOR RECALLED.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE ENGLISH IN AMERICA.
    • BRADDOCK'S UNFORTUNATE EXPEDITION.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST CROWN POINT AND NIAGARA RESOLVED ON.
    • BRAVERY OF CAPTAIN M'GINNES.
    • DESCRIPTION OF FORT OSWEGO, &c
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST NIAGARA.
    • GENERAL SHIRLEY RETURNS TO ALBANY.
    • TREATY WITH THE LANDGRAVE OF HESSE-CASSEL.
    • NEWS OF THE CAPTURE OF THE ALCIDE AND LYS REACHES ENGLAND.
    • THE KING RETURNS FROM HANOVER, AND CONCLUDES A TREATY WITH RUSSIA.
    • DECLARATION OF THE FRENCH MINISTRY AT THE COURT OF VIENNA.
    • SPIRITED DECLARATION OF PRUSSIA.
    • THE FRENCH MAKE ANOTHER UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT UPON THE COURT OF SPAIN.
    • THE IMPERIAL COURT REFUSES AUXILIARIES TO ENGLAND.
    • THE FRENCH TAKE THE BLANDFORD.
    • STATE OF THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH NAVIES.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • REMARKABLE ADDRESSES OF BOTH HOUSES.
    • HIS MAJESTY'S ANSWER.
    • ALTERATIONS IN THE MINISTRY.
    • EARTHQUAKE AT LISBON.
    • RELIEF VOTED TO THE PORTUGUESE.
    • MUTINY BILL, MARINE, AND MARINERS' ACTS CONTINUED.
    • ACT FOR RAISING A REGIMENT OF FOOT IN NORTH AMERICA.
    • MARITIME LAWS OF ENGLAND EXTENDED TO AMERICA.
    • QUIET OF IRELAND RESTORED.
    • TREATY CONCLUDED WITH PRUSSIA.
    • NEW MILITIA-BILL.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • LETTER FROM M. ROUILLE.
    • THE FRENCH THREATEN GREAT BRITAIN WITH AN INVASION.
    • REQUISITION OF SIX THOUSAND DUTCH TROOPS.
    • HESSIANS AND HANOVERIANS TRANSPORTED INTO ENGLAND.
    • FRENCH PREPARATIONS AT TOULON.
    • ADMIRAL BYNG SAILS FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN.
    • ADMIRAL BYNG ARRIVES AT GIBRALTAR.
    • HE ENGAGES M. DE LA GALISSONNIERE OFF MINORCA.
    • ADMIRAL BYNG SUPERSEDED AND SENT HOME PRISONER.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE SIEGE OF ST. PHILIP'S FORT IN MINORCA.
    • PRECAUTIONS taken by GENERAL BLAKENEY.
    • SIR E. HAWKE SAILS TO MINORCA.
    • GALLANTRY OF FORTUNATUS WRIGHT.
    • GENERAL BLAKENEY CREATED A BARON.
    • MEASURES TAKEN FOR THE DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • EARL OF LOUDON APPOINTED COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF IN AMERICA.
    • HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S DECLARATION OF WAR.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE FRENCH KING'S DECLARATION.
    • ADDRESS OF THE CITY OF LONDON.
    • TRIAL OF GENERAL FOWKE.
    • AFFAIRS OF AMERICA.
    • EARL OF LOUDON ARRIVES AT NEW YORK.
    • OSWEGO REDUCED BY THE ENEMY.
    • FURTHER PROCEEDINGS IN AMERICA.
    • NAVAL OPERATIONS IN AMERICA.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • CALCUTTA BESIEGED.
    • FATE OF THOSE WHO PERISHED IN THE DUNGEON AT CALCUTTA.
    • ADDITIONAL CRUELTIES EXERCISED ON MR. HOLWELL.
    • FORT GERIAH TAKEN BY ADMIRAL WATSON AND MR. CLIVE.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • MOTIVES OF THE WAR IN GERMANY.
    • MEASURES TAKEN BY THE KING OF PRUSSIA AND ELECTOR OF HANOVER.
    • THE KING OF PRUSSIA DEMANDS AN EXPLANATION.
    • THE PRUSSIAN ARMY ENTERS SAXONY.
    • PRUSSIANS PENETRATE INTO BOHEMIA.
    • SAXON ARMY SURRENDERS.
    • KING OF POLAND'S MEMORIAL TO THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • IMPERIAL DECREES PUBLISHED AGAINST THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • DECLARATION OF DIFFERENT POWERS.
    • HIS PRUSSIAN MAJESTY'S ANSWER TO THE SAXON MEMORIAL.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE PARLIAMENT OF PARIS AND THE CLERGY.
    • DEARTH OF CORN IN ENGLAND.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • DEBATES ON THE ADDRESS.
    • BILL PASSED FOr PROHIBITING THE EXPORTATION OF CORN.
    • REFLECTIONS ON THE CONTINENTAL WAR.
    • MESSAGES FROM THE KING TO THE PARLIAMENT.
    • MEASURES TAKEN TO REMOVE THE SCARCITY OF CORN.
    • MILITIA BILL.
    • BILL FOR QUARTERING FOREIGN TROOPS, &c.
    • BILL FOR THE MORE SPEEDY RECRUITING THE LAND-FORCES AND MARINES, &c.
    • ACT FOR IMPORTING AMERICAN IRON DUTY FREE.
    • REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE IMPORTATION OF SILK.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE SCARCITY OF CORN.
    • INVESTIGATION OF THE LOSS OF MINORCA.
    • EXAMINATION of the AMERICAN CONTRACT.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE CONDUCT OF ADMIRAL KNOWLES, &c.
    • RESOLUTIONS concerning MILFORD-HAVEN.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • TRIAL OF ADMIRAL BYNG.
    • BILL TO RELEASE THE MEMBERS OF THE COURT-MARTIAL, &c
    • EXECUTION OF ADMIRAL BYNG.
    • REMARKS ON ADMIRAL BYNG'S FATE.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • MR. PITT AND MR. LEGGE TAKEN INTO THE ADMINISTRATION.
    • COALITION OF PARTIES.
    • DESCENT ON THE COAST OF FRANCE MEDITATED.
    • COMMAND OF THE FLEET GIVEN TO SIR EDWARD HAWKE, &c.
    • ADMIRAL KNOWLES SENT TO TAKE AIX.
    • ATTACK AND SURRENDER OF AIX.
    • THE FLEET RETURNS TO SPITHEAD.
    • SIR JOHN MORDAUNT TRIED BY A COURT-MARTIAL.
    • FLEETS SENT TO THE EAST AND WEST INDIES.
    • RIOTS OCCASIONED BY THE HIGH PRICE OF CORN.
    • OPERATIONS IN AMERICA.
    • LORD LOUDON'S CONDUCT IN AMERICA.
    • FORT WILLIAM-HENRY TAKEN by the FRENCH.
    • NAVAL TRANSACTIONS IN AMERICA.
    • STATE OF AFFAIRS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • SEDUCTION OF CHANDERNAGORE.
    • COLONEL CLIVE DEFEATS THE SUBA AT PLAISSEY, &c.
    • ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE KING OF FRANCE.
    • CHANGES IN THE FRENCH MINISTRY.
    • STATE OF THE CONFEDERACY.
    • SKIRMISHES BETWEEN THE PRUSSIANS AND AUSTRIANS.
    • NEUTRALITY OF THE EMPEROR, AND BEHAVIOUR OF THE DUTCH.
    • DECLARATION OF THE CZARINA AGAINST THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • KING OF PRUSSIA ENTERS BOHEMIA.
    • PRAGUE INVESTED.
    • COUNT DAUN COMMANDS THE AUSTRIANS.
    • KING OF PRUSSIA DEFEATED AT KOLIN.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR THE DEFENCE OF HANOVER.
    • SKIRMISHES WITH THE FRENCH.
    • DUKE OF CUMBERLAND PASSES THE WESER.
    • BATTLE OF HASTENBECK.
    • THE FRENCH TAKE POSSESSION OF HANOVER AND HESSE-CASSEL.
    • THE FRENCH REDUCE VERDEN and BREMEN.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • THE FRENCH ENTER THE PRUSSIAN DOMINIONS.
    • A RUSSIAN FLEET BLOCKS UP THE PRUSSIAN PORTS IN THE BALTIC.
    • ARMY OF THE EMPIRE RAISED.
    • THE AUSTRIANS TAKE GABEL.
    • THE PRINCE OF PRUSSIA LEAVES THE ARMY.
    • COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ENGLAND AND OSTEND BROKE OFF.
    • MARESCHAL LEHWALD ATTACKS THE RUSSIANS NEAR NORKITTEN.
    • HASTY RETREAT OF THE RUSSIANS OUT OF PRUSSIA.
    • FRENCH AND IMPERIALISTS TAKE GOTHA.
    • ACTION BETWEEN THE PRUSSIANS AND AUSTRIANS NEAR GOERLITZ.
    • THE FRENCH OBLIGE FERDINAND TO RETIRE.
    • BATTLE OF ROSBACH.
    • THE AUSTRIANS TAKE SCHWEIDNITZ.
    • MARESCHAL KEITH LAYS BOHEMIA UNDER CONTRIBUTION.
    • HOSTILITIES of the SWEDES in POMERANIA.
    • MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE DUTCH.
    • DISPUTES CONCERNING THE CONVENTION OF CLOSTER-SEVEN.
    • PROGRESS OF THE HANOVERIAN ARMY.
    • DEATH OF THE QUEEN OF POLAND, &c.
    • FATE OF CAPTAIN DEATH.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • SECOND TREATY WITH PRUSSIA.
    • BILLS FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF SEAMEN, &c.
    • ACT FOR ASCERTAINING THE QUALIFICATION OF VOTING.
    • BILL FOR MORE EFFECTUALLY MANNING THE NAVY.
    • HABEAS-CORPUS ACT AMENDED.
    • SCHEME IN FAVOUR OF THE FOUNDLING HOSPITAL.
    • PROCEEDINGS RELATIVE TO THE AFRICAN COMPANY.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • VIGOROUS PREPARATIONS FOR WAR, &c.
    • THE FRENCH EVACUATE EMBDEN.
    • ADMIRAL BRODERICK'S SHIP BURNT.
    • DESCENT AT CANCALLE BAY.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST CHERBOURG.
    • DESCENT AT ST. MALOES.
    • ENGLISH DEFEATED AT ST. CAS.
    • CLAMOURS OF THE DUTCH MERCHANTS, &c.
    • CHAPTER XV.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST SENEGAL.
    • FORT LOUIS AND SENEGAL TAKEN.
    • EXPEDITION TO CAPE-BRETON.
    • LOUISBOURG TAKEN.
    • ATTEMPT UPON TICONDEROGA.
    • FORT FRONTENAC TAKEN AND DESTROYED BY THE ENGLISH.
    • BRIGADIER FORBES TAKES FORT DU QUESNE.
    • SHIPWRECK OF CAPTAIN BARTON.
    • GALLANT EXPLOIT OF CAPTAIN TYRREL.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • TRANSACTIONS on the CONTINENT of EUROPE.
    • STATE of the ARMIES on the CONTINENT.
    • THE FRENCH KING CHANGES THE ADMINISTRATION OF HANOVER.
    • TREATY BETWEEN THE FRENCH KING AND THE DUKE OF BRUNSWICK.
    • DECREE OF THE AULIC COUNCIL.
    • BREMEN TAKEN AND RETAKEN.
    • THE FRENCH ABANDON HANOVER.
    • PRINCE FERDINAND DEFEATS THE FRENCH, &c.
    • PRINCE OF YSEMBOURG DEFEATED.
    • GENERAL IMHOFF DEFEATS M. DE CHEVERT.
    • GENERAL OBERG DEFEATED by the FRENCH.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH.
    • OPERATIONS OF THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • PROGRESS OF THE RUSSIANS.
    • THE PRUSSIANS DEFEAT THE RUSSIANS.
    • SUBURBS OF DRESDEN BURNT.
    • THE PRUSSIANS RAISE THE SIEGE OF NEISS, AND RELIEVE DRESDEN.
    • INHABITANTS OF SAXONY OPPRESSED.
    • PROGRESS OF THE SWEDES IN POMERANIA.
    • PRINCE CHARLES OF SAXONY ELECTED DUKE OF COURLAND.
    • THE KING OF ENGLAND'S MEMORIAL.
    • DEATH OF POPE BENEDICT.
    • KING OF PORTUGAL ASSASSINATED.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE FRENCH MINISTRY.
    • CONDUCT OF THE KING OF DENMARK.
    • CONFERENCES AT THE HAGUE.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
    • TRIALS OF DRS. HENSEY AND SHEBBEARE
    • INSTITUTION OF THE MAGDALEN AND OTHER ASYLUMS.
    • SOCIETY FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF ARTS.
    • NEW TREATY WITH THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • SUPPLIES GRANTED.
    • KING'S MESSAGE TO THE COMMONS.
    • BILLS RELATING TO THE DISTILLERY, &c.
    • REGULATIONS with RESPECT to PRIVATEERS.
    • NEW MILITIA LAWS.
    • ACT FOR THE RELIEF OF DEBTORS REVIVED.
    • BILLS FOR THE IMPORTATION OF IRISH BEEF AND TALLOW.
    • CASE OF THE INSOLVENT DEBTORS.
    • CASE OF CAPTAIN WALKER.
    • REMARKS ON THE BANKRUPT-LAWS.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE POOR.
    • REGULATION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
    • THE FOUNDLING HOSPITAL.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
    • DEATH OF THE PRINCESS OF ORANGE, &c.
    • EXAMPLES MADE OF PIRATES.
    • MURDER OF DANIEL CLARKE.
    • MAJORITY OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • A NEW BRIDGE AT BLACKFRIARS.
    • FIRE IN CORNHILL.
    • METHOD CONTRIVED TO FIND OUT THE LONGITUDE.
    • INSTALLATION AT OXFORD.
    • CAPTURES MADE BY CRUISERS.
    • PRIZES TAKEN IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE HERCULES AND THE FLORISSANT.
    • HAVRE-DE-GRACE BOMBARDED.
    • BOSCAWEN DEFEATS M. DE LA CLUE.
    • PREPARATIONS MADE BY THE FRENCH FOR INVADING ENGLAND.
    • ACCOUNT OF THUROT.
    • FRENCH FLEET SAILS FROM BREST.
    • ADMIRAL HAWKE DEFEATS M. DE CONFLANS.
    • THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • LOYALTY OF THE IRISH CATHOLICS.
    • INSURRECTION IN DUBLIN.
    • ALARM OF A DESCENT IN SCOTLAND.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
    • STATE OF THE ISLAND OF MARTINIQUE.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST THAT ISLAND.
    • ATTEMPT UPON ST. PIERRE.
    • DESCENT ON GUADALOUPE.
    • FORT-LOUIS REDUCED, &c.
    • ENGLISH FLEET SAILS TO DOMINIQUE.
    • GENERAL BARRINGTON TAKES GOSIER, &c.
    • ISLAND OF MARIGALANTE TAKEN.
    • TREATY WITH THE INDIANS.
    • PLAN OF THE CAMPAIGN.
    • GENERAL AMHERST EMBARKS ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN.
    • NIAGARA REDUCED.
    • INTRODUCTION TO THE EXPEDITION AGAINST QUEBEC.
    • GENERAL WOLFE LANDS ON THE ISLAND OF ORLEANS.
    • ENGLISH FLEET DAMAGED BY A STORM.
    • GENERAL WOLFE ENCAMPS NEAR THE FALLS OF THE RIVER MONTMORENCI.
    • BRIGADIER MURRAY DETACHED UP THE RIVER.
    • THE TROOPS LAND AT THE HEIGHTS OF ABRAHAM.
    • BATTLE OF QUEBEC.
    • QUEBEC TAKEN.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • SIEGE OF MADRAS.
    • SUCCESS OF COLONEL FORDE.
    • SURAT TAKEN BY THE ENGLISH.
    • ADMIRAL POCOCKE DEFEATS MONSIEUR D'APCHE.
    • HOSTILITIES OF THE DUTCH.
    • COLONEL COOTE TAKES WANDEWASH.
    • COLONEL COOTE CONQUERS ARCOT.
    • STATE OF THE BELLIGERENT POWERS IN EUROPE.
    • FRANCKFORT SEIZED BY THE FRENCH.
    • PROGRESS OF THE HEREDITARY PRINCE OF BRUNSWICK.
    • PRINCE FERDINAND ATTACKS THE FRENCH.
    • RETREAT OF PRINCE FERDINAND.
    • ANIMOSITY BETWEEN PRINCE FERDINAND AND THE BRITISH COMMANDER.
    • THE FRENCH ENCAMP AT MINDEN.
    • DUKE DE BRISSAC ROUTED.
    • GENEEAL IMHOFF TAKES MUNSTER.
    • A BODY OF PRUSSIANS MAKE AN INCURSION INTO POLAND.
    • PRINCE HENRY PENETRATES into BOHEMIA.
    • GENERAL WEDEL DEFEATED BY THE RUSSIANS.
    • BATTLE OF CUNERSDORF.
    • ADVANTAGES GAINED BY THE PRUSSIANS IN SAXONY.
    • GENERAL FINCK SURROUNDED AND TAKEN.
    • DISASTER OF THE PRUSSIAN GENERAL DIERCKE.
    • CONCLUSION OF THE CAMPAIGN.
    • ARRET OF THE EVANGELICAL BODY AT RATISBON.
    • FRENCH MINISTRY STOP PAYMENT.
    • THE STATES-GENERAL SEND OVER DEPUTIES TO ENGLAND.
    • MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE STATES BY MAJOR-GENERAL YORKE.
    • A COUNTER-MEMORIAL PRESENTED BY THE FRENCH MINISTER.
    • DEATH OF THE KING OF SPAIN.
    • DON CARLOS SUCCEEDS TO THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN.
    • DETECTION AND PUNISHMENT OF THE CONSPIRATORS AT LISBON.
    • SESSION OPENED IN ENGLAND.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE ADDRESSES.
    • PETITIONS RESPECTING THE PROHIBITION OF THE MALT DISTILLERY.
    • OPPOSITION TO THE BILL FOR PREVENTING THE EXCESSIVE USE OF SPIRITS.
    • ATTEMPT TO ESTABLISH A MILITIA IN SCOTLAND.
    • BILL FOR REMOVING THE POWDER MAGAZINE AT GREENWICH.
    • ACT FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE STREETS OF LONDON.
    • BILL RELATIVE TO THE SALE OF FISH, &c.
    • ACT FOR ASCERTAINING the QUALIFICATIONS OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.
    • ACT FOR CONSOLIDATING ANNUITIES GRANTED IN 1759.
    • BILL FOR SECURING MONIES FOR THE USE OF GREENWICH HOSPITAL.
    • ACT IN FAVOUR OF GEOEGE KEITH, &c.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
    • DETECTION OF A MURDER.
    • CLAMOUR AGAINST LORD SACKVILLE.
    • HE DEMANDS A COURT-MARTIAL.
    • SENTENCE OF THE COURT-MARTIAL.
    • EARL FERRERS APPREHENDED.
    • TRIED BY THE HOUSE OF PEERS.
    • EARL FERRERS EXECUTED.
    • ASSASSINATION OF MR. MATTHEWS.
    • NEW BRIDGE BEGUN AT BLACKFRIARS.
    • REMARKABLE ADVENTURE OF FIVE IRISHMEN.
    • THE RAMILLIES MAN OF WAR WRECKED.
    • TREATY WITH THE CHEROKEES. HOSTILITIES RECOMMENCED.
    • FATE OF THE GARRISON AT FORT LOUDOUN.
    • BRITISH INTEREST ESTABLISHED ON THE OHIO.
    • THE FRENCH UNDERTAKE THE SIEGE OF QUEBEC.
    • QUEBEC BESIEGED.
    • THE ENEMIES SHIPPING DESTROYED.
    • GENERAL AMHERST REDUCES THE FRENCH FORT AT THE ISLE ROYALE.
    • FRENCH SHIPS DESTROYED, &c.
    • DEMOLITION OF LOUISBOURG.
    • INSURRECTION IN JAMAICA.
    • ACTION AT SEA OFF HISPANIOLA.
    • GALLANT BEHAVIOUR OF CAPTAINS O'BRIEN AND TAYLOR.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST-INDIES.
    • ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE BAY OF QUIBERON.
    • ASTRONOMERS SENT TO THE EAST INDIES.
    • EARTHQUAKES IN SYRIA.
    • AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL.
    • PATRIOTIC SCHEMES OF THE KING OF DENMARK.
    • MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • STATE OF THE POWERS AT WAR.
    • DEATH OF THE LANDGRAVE OF HESSE-CASSEL.
    • OFFERS MADE BY THE NEUTRAL POWERS, &c.
    • SKIRMISHES IN WESTPHALIA.
    • SITUATION OF THE FRENCH ARMIES.
    • EXPLOIT OF COLONEL LUCKNER.
    • THE HEREDITARY PRINCE OF BRUNSWICK DEFEATED.
    • VICTORY OBTAINED BY THE ALLIES.
    • THE HEREDITARY PRINCE MARCHES TO THE LOWER RHINE.
    • ADVANTAGES GAINED by M. DE STAINVILLE.
    • THE ALLIES AND FRENCH GO INTO WINTER QUARTERS.
    • CHAPTER XX.
    • EXPLOIT OF THE SWEDES IN POMERANIA.
    • SKIRMISHES BETWEEN THE PRUSSIANS AND
      • AUSTRIANS IN SAXONY.
    • AUSTRIANS IN SAXONY.
    • POSITION OF THE ARMIES IN SAXONY AND SILESIA.
    • GEN. LAUDOHN DEFEATS GEN. FOUQUET, AND REDUCES GLATZ.
    • THE KING OF PRUSSIA MAKES AN UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT UPON DRESDEN.
    • ACTION BETWEEN GENEEAL HULSEN AND THE IMPERIAL ARMY IN SAXONY.
    • SITUATION OF THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • THE RUSSIANS AND AUSTRIANS POSSESS THEMSELVES OF BERLIN.
    • KING OF PRUSSIA DEFEATS THE AUSTRIANS AT TORGAU.
    • DIETS of POLAND AND SWEDEN ASSEMBLED.
    • INTIMATION GIVEN TO THE STATES OF WESTPHALIA BY THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • THE KING OF POLAND'S REMONSTRANCE.
    • REDUCTION OF PONDICHERRY.
    • PART OF THE BRITISH SQUADRON WRECKED IN A STORM.
    • DEATH and CHARACTER of KING GEORGE II.
    • RECAPITULATION OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS OF HIS REIGN.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE COMMERCE OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • STATE OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY.
    • FANATICISM.
    • METAPHYSICS AND MEDICINE.
    • MECHANICS.
    • GENIUS.
    • MUSIC.
    • PAINTING AND SCULPTURE.
    • NOTES TO VOLUME II.
  • CONTINUATION
    • OF
  • THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
    • Volume II.
    • MAPS:
    • CHAPTER I.
      • WILLIAM AND MARY.
    • WILLIAM AND MARY.
    • STATE OF THE NATION IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE REVOLUTION.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE NEW MINISTRY.
    • THE CONVENTION CONVERTED INTO A PARLIAMENT.
    • MUTINY IN THE ARMY.
    • CORONATION—ABOLITION OF HEARTH-MONEY.
    • THE COMMONS VOTE MONEY TO INDEMNIFY THE DUTCH.
    • WILLIAM'S EFFORTS IN FAVOUR OF DISSENTEES.
    • ACT FOR A TOLERATION.
    • VIOLENT DISPUTES ABOUT THE BILL FOR A COMPREHENSION.
    • THE COMMONS ADDRESS THE KING TO SUMMON A CONVOCATION.
    • SETTLEMENT OF THE REVENUE.
    • THE KING TAKES UMBRAGE AT THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE WHIG PARTY.
    • HEATS AND ANIMOSITIES ABOUT THE BILL OF INDEMNITY.
    • BIRTH OF THE DUKE OF GLOUCESTER.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE CONTINENT.
    • WAR DECLARED AGAINST FRANCE.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE CONVENTION.
    • LETTERS TO THE CONVENTION FROM KING WILLIAM AND KING JAMES.
    • THE CONVENTION RECOGNIZE THE AUTHORITY OF KING WILLIAM.
    • CROWN VOTED VACANT, AND AN ACT OF SETTLEMENT PASSED.
    • THE CROWN TENDERED TO WILLIAM.
    • THE CONVENTION STATE THEIR GRIEVANCES.
    • PRELACY ABOLISHED IN SCOTLAND.
    • DISPUTES IN THE PARLIAMENT.
    • SCOTCH PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED.
    • THE CASTLE OF EDINBURGH BESIEGED.
    • KING WILLIAM'S TROOPS DEFEATED.
    • KING JAMES CORDIALLY RECEIVED BY THE FRENCH KING.
    • TYRCONNEL TEMPORIZES WITH WILLIAM.
    • JAMES ARRIVES IN IRELAND.
    • ISSUES FIVE PROCLAMATIONS AT DUBLIN.
    • SIEGE OF LONDONDERRY.
    • COURAGEOUS DEFENCE.
    • CRUELTY OF ROSENE.
    • THE PLACE IS RELIEVED BY KIRKE
    • THE INNISKILLINEES DEFEAT AND TAKE GENERAL MACARTY.
    • MEETING OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THE ACT OF SETTLEMENT REPEALED.
    • THEY PASS AN ACT OF ATTAINDER.
    • JAMES COINS BASE MONEY.
    • PROTESTANT CHURCHES SEIZED BY THE CATHOLICS.
    • ACTION WITH THE FRENCH FLEET.
    • DIVERS SENTENCES REVERSED.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE CAUSE OF MISCARRIAGES IN IRELAND.
    • BILLS PASSED IN THIS SESSION.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • SCHOMBERG LANDS WITH AN ARMY.
    • THE INNISKILLINERS OBTAIN A VICTORY.
    • SCHOMBERG CENSURED.
    • THE FRENCH WORSTED AT WALCOURT.
    • SUCCESS OF THE CONFEDERATES IN GERMANY.
    • DEATH OF POPE INNOCENT XI.
    • KING WILLIAM BECOMES UNPOPULAR.
    • A GOOD NUMBER OF THE CLERGY REFUSE TO TAKE THE OATHS.
    • THE KING GRANTS A COMMISSION FOR REFORMING CHURCH DISCIPLINE.
    • MEETING OF THE CONVOCATION.
    • THEIR SESSION PROROGUED.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • THE WHIGS OBSTRUCT THE INDEMNITY BILL.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE CAUSE OF THE MISCARRIAGES IN IRELAND RESUMED.
    • WILLIAM IRRITATED AGAINST THE WHIGS.
    • PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT.
    • DEBATES ABOUT THE CORPORATION BILLS.
    • THE KING RESOLVES TO FINISH THE IRISH WAR IN PERSON.
    • LUDLOW ARRIVES IN ENGLAND, BUT IS OBLIGED TO WITHDRAW.
    • EFFORTS OF THE JACOBITES IN SCOTLAND.
    • THE COURT INTEREST PREVAILS.
    • THE TORY INTEREST PREVAILS IN THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR RECOGNISING THEIR MAJESTIES.
    • KING WILLIAM LANDS IN IRELAND.
    • JAMES MARCHES TO THE BOYNE.
    • WILLIAM RESOLVES TO GIVE HIM BATTLE
    • BATTLE OF THE BOYNE.
    • DEATH OF SCHOMBERG.
    • JAMES EMBARKS FOR FRANCE.
    • WILLIAM ENTERS DUBLIN.
    • VICTORY GAINED BY THE FRENCH.
    • TORRINGTON COMMITTED TO THE TOWER.
    • PROGRESS OF WILLIAM IN IRELAND.
    • HE INVESTS LIMERICK; IS OBLIGED TO RAISE THE SIEGE.
    • CORK AND KINSALE REDUCED.
    • THE FRENCH FORCES QUIT IRELAND.
    • SAVOY JOINS THE CONFEDERACY.
    • PRINCE WALDECK DEFEATED.
    • ARCHDUKE JOSEPH ELECTED KING.
    • MEETING OF THE PARLIAMENT.
    • COMMONS COMPLY WITH THE KING'S DEMANDS.
    • PETITION OF THE TORIES.
    • ATTEMPT AGAINST CARMARTHEN.
    • THE KING'S VOYAGE TO HOLLAND.
    • HE ASSISTS AT A CONGRESS.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • A CONSPIRACY.
    • THE KING FILLS UP THE BISHOPRICS.
    • AFFAIRS-OF SCOTLAND.
    • CAMPAIGN IN FLANDERS.
    • ELECTION OF A NEW POPE.
    • THE EMPEROR'S SUCCESS AGAINST THE TURKS.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • THE FRENCH AND IRISH OBTAIN AN HONOURABLE CAPITULATION.
    • TWELVE THOUSAND IRISH CATHOLICS ARE TRANSPORTED TO FRANCE.
    • MEETING OF THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • THE ENGLISH AND DUTCH FLEETS BAFFLED BY THE FRENCH.
    • THE KING DISOBLIGES THE PRESBYTERIANS OF SCOTLAND.
    • MASSACRE OF GLENCOE.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR A DESCENT UPON ENGLAND.
    • DECLARATION OF KING JAMES.
    • PRECAUTIONS TAKEN BY THE QUEEN FOR THE DEFENCE OF THE NATION.
    • ADMIRAL RUSSEL PUTS TO SEA.
    • HE OBTAINS A COMPLETE VICTORY OVER THE FRENCH.
    • THE FRENCH TAKE NAMUR IN SIGHT OF KING WILLIAM.
    • THE ALLIES DEFEATED AT STEENKIRK.
    • EXTRAVAGANT REJOICINGS IN FRANCE.
    • CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE LIFE OF WILLIAM.
    • THE CAMPAIGN INACTIVE ON THE RHINE AND IN HUNGARY.
    • THE DUKE INVADES DAUPHINE.
    • THE DUKE OF HANOVER CREATED AN ELECTOR OF THE EMPIRE.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • THE EARL OF MARLBOROUGH, BISHOP OF ROCHESTER, &c, FALSELY ACCUSED.
    • SOURCES OF NATIONAL DISCONTENT.
    • DISSENSION BETWEEN THE QUEEN AND PRINCESS ANNE.
    • THE LORDS VINDICATE THEIR PRIVILEGES.
    • THE COMMONS PRESENT ADDRESSES TO THE KING AND QUEEN.
    • THE LORDS PRESENT AN ADDRESS OF ADVICE TO THE KING.
    • THE COMMONS ADDRESS THE KINO.
    • BURNET'S PASTORAL LETTER BURNED.
    • THE TWO HOUSES ADDRESS THE KING.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE PLACE AND TRIENNIAL PARLIAMENT BILLS.
    • TRIAL OF LORD MOHUN—ALTERATIONS IN THE MINISTRY.
    • THE KING ASSEMBLES THE CONFEDERATE ARMY IN FLANDERS.
    • THE FRENCH REDUCE HUY.
    • THE DUKE OF LUXEMBOURG RESOLVES TO ATTACK THE ALLIES.
    • CHARLEBOY TAKEN BY THE ENEMY.
    • CAMPAIGN ON THE RHINE.
    • TRANSACTIONS in HUNGARY and CATALONIA.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS.
    • EXPEDITION TO THE WEST INDIES.
    • BENBOW BOMBARDS ST. MALOES.
    • THE FRENCH KING HAS RECOURSE TO THE MEDIATION OF DENMARK.
    • THE KING RETURNS TO ENGLAND.
    • BOTH HOUSES INQUIRE INTO THE MISCARRIAGES BY SEA.
    • VAST SUMS GRANTED FOR THE SERVICES OF THE ENSUING YEAR.
    • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND.
    • EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHArTER.
    • GENERAL NATURALIZATION BILL.
    • THE ENGLISH ATTEMPT TO MAKE A DESCENT IN CAMARET-BAY.
    • ADMIRAL RUSSEL RELIEVES BARCELONA.
    • CAMPAIGN IN FLANDERS.
    • THE ALLIES REDUCE HUY.
    • PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH.
    • DEATH OF ARCHBISHOP TILLOTSON AND OF QUEEN MARY
    • RECONCILIATION BETWEEN THE KING AND THE PRINCESS OF DENMARK.
    • CHAPTER V. WILLIAM.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE LANCASHIRE PLOT.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE ABUSES IN THE ARMY.
    • EXAMINATION OF COOKE, ACTON, AND OTHERS.
    • THE DUKE OF LEEDS IMPEACHED.
    • THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THEY INQUIRE INTO THE MASSACRE OF GLENCOE.
    • THEY PASS AN ACT FOR ERECTING A TRADING COMPANY.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • DISPOSITION OF THE ARMIES.
    • WILLIAM UNDERTAKES THE SIEGE OF NAMUR.
    • FAMOUS RETREAT OF PRINCE VAUDEMONT.
    • CAMPAIGN ON THE RHINE.
    • THE DUKE OF SAVOY TAKES CASAL.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN CATALONIA.
    • THE ENGLISH FLEET BOMBARDS ST. MALOES, &c.
    • EXPEDITION TO THE WEST INDIES.
    • A NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR REGULATING TRIALS IN CASES OF HIGH-TREASON.
    • RESOLUTIONS WITH RESPECT TO A NEW COINAGE.
    • INTRIGUES OF THE JACOBITES.
    • CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE LIFE OF WILLIAM.
    • DESIGN OF AN INVASION DEFEATED.
    • THE TWO HOUSES FORM AN ASSOCIATION FOR THE DEFENCE OF HIS MAJESTY.
    • ESTABLISHMENT OF A LAND-BANK.
    • THE ALLIES BURN THE MAGAZINE AT GIVET.
    • LOUIS MAKES ADVANCES TOWARDS A PEACE WITH HOLLAND.
    • NAVAL TRANSACTIONS.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE PARLIAMENTS OF SCOTLAND AND IRELAND.
    • ZEAL OF THE ENGLISH COMMONS IN THEIR AFFECTION TO THE KING.
    • RESOLUTIONS TOUCHING THE COIN, &c.
    • SIR JOHN FENWICK IS APPREHENDED, CONDEMNED, AND BEHEADED.
    • EARL OF MONMOUTH SENT TO THE TOWER.
    • INQUIRY INTO MISCARRIAGES BY SEA.
    • NEGOTIATIONS AT RYSWICK.
    • THE FRENCH TAKE BARCELONA.
    • EXPEDITION OF ADMIRAL NEVIL TO THE WEST INDIES.
    • THE ELECTOR OF SAXONY IS CHOSEN KING OF POLAND.
    • THE CZAR OF MUSCOVY TrAVELS IN DISGUISE.
    • CONGRESS AT RYSWICK.
    • THE AMBASSADORS SIGN THE TREATY.
    • A GENERAL PACIFICATION.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • CHARACTERS OF THE MINISTERS.
    • THE NUMBER OF STANDING FORCES REDUCED TO TEN THOUSAND.
    • CIVIL LIST ESTABLISHED, &c.
    • COGNIZANCE TAKEN OF FRAUDULENT ENDORSEMENTS OF EXCHEQUER BILLS.
    • A NEW EAST INDIA COMPANY CONSTITUTED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SOCIETY FOR THE REFOrMATION OF MANNERS.
    • THE EARL OF PORTLAND RESIGNS.
    • THE KING DISOWNS THE SCOTTISH TRADING COMPANY.
    • HE EMBARKS FOR HOLLAND.
    • FIRST TREATY OF PARTITION.
    • INTRIGUES OF FRANCE AT THE COURT OF MADRID.
    • THE COMMONS ADDRESS THE KING.
    • THE SCOTTISH COMPANY MAKE A SETTLEMENT ON THE ISTHMUS OF DARIEN.
    • REMONSTRANCES OF THE SPANISH COURT.
    • THE COMMONS PERSIST IN THEIR RESOLUTIONS.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE EXPEDITION Of CAPTAIN KIDD.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE IRISH FORFEITURES.
    • THE COMMONS PASS A BILL OF RESUMPTION.
    • A SEVERE BILL PASSED AGAINST THE PAPISTS.
    • LORD SOMERS DISMISSED.
    • SECOND TREATY OF PARTITION.
    • A FLEET SENT INTO THE BALTIC.
    • SECOND TREATY OF PARTITION.
    • THE FRENCH INTEREST PREVAILS AT THE COURT OF SPAIN.
    • DEATH OF THE KING OF SPAIN.
    • PHILIP ACKNOWLEDGED KING OF SPAIN.
    • A NEW MINISTRY, AND A NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • AN INTERCEPTED LETTER.
    • SUCCESSION OF THE CROWN SETTLED.
    • INEFFECTUAL NEGOTIATION with FRANCE.
    • SEVERE ADDRESSES FROM BOTH HOUSES.
    • WILLIAM IS OBLIGED TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE KING OF SPAIN.
    • EARL OF ORFORD, &c, IMPEACHED.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES.
    • THE IMPEACHED LORDS ACQUITTED.
    • PETITION OF KENT.
    • PROGRESS OF PRINCE EUGENE.
    • SITUATION OF AFFAIRS IN EUROPE.
    • TREATY OF ALLIANCE BETWEEN THE EMPEROR AND THE MARITIME POWERS.
    • DEATH OF KING JAMES.
    • LOUIS OWNS THE PRETENDED PRINCE OF WALES AS KING OF ENGLAND.
    • THE KING'S LAST SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES.
    • THE BILL OF ABJURATION PASSED.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • THE KING RECOMMENDS AN UNION.
    • HE FALLS FROM HIS HORSE.
    • HIS DEATH AND CHARACTER.
    • NOTES:
    • MAPS:
  • QUEEN ANNE
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • ANNE SUCCEEDS TO THE THRONE.
    • THE ENGAGEMENTS OF HER PREDECESSOR WITH HIS ALLIES FULFILLED.
    • A FRENCH MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • QUEEN'S INCLINATION TO THE TORIES.
    • WAR DECLARED AGAINST FRANCE.
    • THE PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • WARM OPPOSITION TO THE MINISTRY IN THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THEY RECOGNISE HER MAJESTY'S AUTHORITY.
    • THE QUEEN APPOINTS COMMISSIONERS TO TREAT OF AN UNION.
    • STATE OF AFFAIRS ON THE CONTINENT.
    • KEISEESWAERT AND LANDAU TAKEN.
    • PROGRESS OF THE EARL OF MARLBOROUGH.
    • HE NARROWLY ESCAPES BEING TAKEN BY A FRENCH PARTISAN.
    • THE IMPERIALISTS ARE WORSTED AT FEIDLINGUEN.
    • BATTLE OF LUZZARA, IN ITALY.
    • THE KING OF SWEDEN DEFEATS AUGUSTUS AT LISSOU.
    • FRUITLESS EXPEDITION TO CADIZ.
    • SPANISH GALLEONS TAKEN and DESTROYED.
    • BENBOW'S ENGAGEMENT WITH DU CASSE.
    • A NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES.
    • THE LORDS INQUIRE INTO THE CONDUCT OF SIR GEORGE ROOKE.
    • COMMERCE PROHIBITED BETWEEN HOLLAND, FRANCE, AND SPAIN.
    • BILL FOR PREVENTING OCCASIONAL CONFORMITY.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES OF CONVOCATION.
    • ACCOUNT OF PARTIES IN SCOTLAND.
    • DANGEROUS HEATS IN THE PARLIAMENT.
    • THE COMMISSIONER IS ABANDONED BY THE CAVALIERS.
    • HE IS IN DANGER OF HIS LIFE.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • A SEVERE ACT PASSED AGAINST PAPISTS.
    • THE ELECTOR TAKES POSSESSION OF RATISBON.
    • THE ALLIES REDUCE BONNE.
    • BATTLE OF ECKEREN.
    • PRINCE OF HESSE DEFEATED BY THE FRENCH.
    • TREATY BETWEEN THE EMPEROR AND THE DUKE OF SAVOY.
    • SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVEL SAILS WITH A FLEET.
    • ADMIRAL GRAYDON'S BOOTLESS EXPEDITION.
    • CHARLES KING OF SPAIN ARRIVES IN ENGLAND.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • BILL AGAINST OCCASIONAL CONFORMITY.
    • CONSPIRACY OF SIMON FRASER, LORD LOVAT.
    • A REMONSTRANCE PRESENTED TO THE QUEEN.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES.
    • THE QUEEN'S BOUNTY to the POOR CLERGY.
    • INQUIRY INTO NAVAL AFFAIRS.
    • TRIAL OF LINDSAY.
    • THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • VIOLENT OPPOSITION TO THE MINISTRY.
    • THEY PASS THE ACT OF SECURITY.
    • SITUATION OF THE EMPEROR'S AFFAIRS.
    • MARLBOROUGH MARCHES WITH THE ALLIED ARMY INTO GERMANY.
    • FRUITLESS NEGOTIATION WITH THE ELECTOR.
    • THE CONFEDERATES OBTAIN A COMPLETE VICTORY AT HOCHSTADT.
    • SIEGE OF LANDAU.
    • MARLBOROUGH RETURNS TO ENGLAND.
    • STATE OF THE WAR IN EUROPE.
    • CAMPAIGN IN PORTUGAL.
    • SIR GEORGE KOOKE TAKES GIBRALTAR.
    • SESSION OF PARLIAMENT IN ENGLAND.
    • AN ACT OF ALIENATION PASSED.
    • DISAGREEMENT ON THE SUBJECT OF THE AYLESBURY CONSTABLES.
    • THE PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • ACT PASSED FOR A TREATY OF UNION.
    • DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE PARLIAMENT AND CONVOCATION IN IRELAND.
    • CAMPAIGN ON THE MOSELLE.
    • THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH FORCES THE FRENCH LINES IN BRABANT.
    • HE VISITS THE COURT OF VIENNA.
    • STATE OF THE WAR ON THE UPPER RHINE, IN HUNGARY, &c.
    • THE FRENCH FLEET DESTROYED, &c.
    • BARCELONA REDUCED BY SIR C. SHOVEL AND LORD PETERBOROUGH.
    • THE EARL'S PROGRESS IN SPAIN.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT IN ENGLAND.
    • BILL FOR A REGENCY.
    • THE PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • CONFERENCES OPENED FOR A TREATY OF UNION WITH SCOTLAND.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE TREATY.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • THE FRENCH DEFEATED AT THE BATTLE OF RAMILLIES.
    • THE SIEGE OF BARCELONA RAISED.
    • PRINCE EUGENE OBTAINS A COMPLETE VICTORY OVER THE FRENCH.
    • SIR C. SHOVEL SAILS WITH A REINFORCEMENT TO CHARLES.
    • THE KING OF SWEDEN MARCHES INTO SAXONY.
    • THE FRENCH KING DEMANDS CONFERENCES FOR A PEACE.
    • MEETING OF THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT.
    • VIOLENT OPPOSITION TO THE UNION.
    • PROCEEDINGS in the ENGLISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THE COMMONS APPROVE OF THE ARTICLES OF THE UNION.
    • PARLIAMENT REVIVED BY PROCLAMATION.
    • THE QUEEN GIVES AUDIENCE TO A MUSCOVITE AMBASSADOR.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN CONVOCATION.
    • FRANCE THREATENED WITH TOTAL RUIN.
    • THE ALLIES ARE DEFEATED AT ALMANZA.
    • UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT UPON TOULON.
    • SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVEL WRECKED.
    • INTERVIEW BETWEEN THE KING OF SWEDEN AND THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH.
    • INACTIVE CAMPAIGN in the NETHERLANDS.
    • A PArTY FORMED AGAINST MARLBOROUGH.
    • MEETING OP THE FIRST BRITISH PARLIAMENT.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE WAR IN SPAIN.
    • THE PRETENDER EMBARKS AT DUNKIRK FOR SCOTLAND.
    • STATE OF THE NATION AT THAT PERIOD.
    • PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED.
    • THE FRENCH SURPRISE GHENT AND BRUGES.
    • THE ALLIES INVEST LISLE.
    • LISLE SURRENDERED, GHENT TAKEN, AND BRUGES ABANDONED.
    • CONQUEST OF MINORCA.
    • RUPTURE BETWEEN THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR.
    • DEATH OF PRINCE GEORGE OF DENMARK.
    • THE NEW PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED.
    • NATURALIZATION BILL.
    • ACT OF GRACE.
    • DISPUTES ABOUT THE MUSCOVITE AMBASSADOR COMPROMISED.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • NEGOTIATION FOR PEACE INEFFECTUAL.
    • THE ALLIED ARMY TAKE TOURNAY.
    • THE FRENCH ARE DEFEATED.
    • MONS SURRENDERED.
    • CAMPAIGN IN SPAIN.
    • FRENCH KING'S PROPOSALS OF TREATING REJECTED BY THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • ACCOUNT OF DE SACHEVEREL.
    • HIS TRIAL.
    • DEBATES UPON IT IN THE LORDS.
    • CONFERENCES AT GERTRUYDENBURGH.
    • PRIDE AND OBSTINACY OF THE DUTCH.
    • DOUAY, BETHUNE, AIRE, &c. TAKEN BY THE CONFEDERATES.
    • KING CHARLES, OBTAINING A VICTORY AT SARAGOSSA, ENTERS MADRID.
    • BATTLE OF VILLAVICIOSA.
    • THE WHIG MINISTRY DISGRACED.
    • DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH INSULTED.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR IN SPAIN.
    • HARLEY STABBED AT THE COUNCIL BOARD.
    • DEATH OF THE EMPEROR JOSEPH.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE CONVOCATION.
    • THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH CONTINUES TO COMMAND THE ALLIED ARMY.
    • BOUCHAIN REDUCED.
    • DUKE OF ARGYLE COMMANDS THE BRITISH TROOPS IN SPAIN.
    • EXPEDITION TO CANADA.
    • NEGOTIATION BETWEEN THE COURTS OF FRANCE AND ENGLAND.
    • MENAGER ARRIVES PRIVATELY in ENGLAND.
    • THE FRENCH KING'S PROPOSALS DISAGREEABLE TO THE ALLIES.
    • DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH DISMISSED FROM ALL HIS EMPLOYMENTS.
    • PRINCE EUGENE ARRIVES IN ENGLAND.
    • WALPOLE EXPELLED.
    • RESOLUTIONS AGAINST THE BARRIER-TREATY AND THE DUTCH.
    • ACTS UNFAVOURABLE TO THE PRESBYTERIAN DISCIPLINE IN SCOTLAND.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • THE QUEEN'S MEASURES OBSTRUCTED.
    • DEATH OF THE DAUPHIN AND HIS SON.
    • THE QUEEN DEMANDS PHILIP'S RENUNCIATION OF THE CROWN.
    • THE DUKE OF ORMOND TAKES THE COMMAND OF THE BRITISH FORCES.
    • PHILIP PROMISES TO RENOUNCE THE CROWN OF FRANCE.
    • THE QUEEN COMMUNICATES THE PLAN OF THE PEACE TO PARLIAMENT.
    • IRRUPTION INTO FRANCE BY GENERAL GROVESTEIN.
    • FOREIGN TROOPS IN BRITISH PAY REFUSE TO MARCH WITH ORMOND.
    • THE ALLIES DEFEATED AT DENAIN.
    • PROGRESS OF THE CONFERENCES AT UTRECHT.
    • THE DUKE OF HAMILTON AND LORD MOHUN ARE KILLED IN A DUEL.
    • THE STATES-GENERAL SIGN THE BARRIER-TREATY.
    • PEACE WITH FRANCE.
    • THE TREATY WITH FRANCE.
    • THE SCOTTISH LORDS MOVE FOR A BILL TO DISSOLVE THE UNION.
    • VIOLENCE OF PARTIES IN ENGLAND.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT IN ENGLAND.
    • TREATY OF RASTADT BETWEEN THE EMPEROR AND FRANCE.
    • THE LORDS TAKE COGNIZANCE OF A LIBEL AGAINST THE SCOTS.
    • MR. STEELE EXPELLED THE HOUSE.
    • WHIGS' PRECAUTION FOR SECURING THE PROTESTANT SUCCESSION.
    • A WRIT DEMANDED FOR THE ELECTORAL PRINCE OF HANOVER.
    • THE PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • PRECAUTIONS TAKEN FOR SECURING THE PEACE OF THE KINGDOM.
    • DEATH AND CHARACTER OF ANNE.
    • NOTES:
    • MAPS:
    • GEORGE I.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • GEORGE I.
    • GEORGE I.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • KING GEORGE PROCLAIMED.
    • THE CIVIL LIST GRANTED TO THE KING.
    • THE ELECTORAL PRINCE CREATED PRINCE OF WALES.
    • THE KING ARRIVES IN ENGLAND.
    • THE TORIES TOTALLY EXCLUDED FROM THE ROYAL FAVOUR.
    • PRETENDER'S MANIFESTO.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • THE KING'S FIRST SPEECH.
    • COMMITTEE OF SECRECY.
    • SIR JOHN NORRIS SENT WITH A FLEET TO THE BALTIC.
    • DISCONTENT OF THE NATION.
    • REPORT OF THE SECRET COMMITTEE.
    • EARL OF OXFORD SENT TO THE TOWER.
    • THE KING DECLARES TO BOTH HOUSES THAT A REBELLION IS BEGUN.
    • DUKE OF ORMOND AND LORD BOLINGBROKE ATTAINTED.
    • INTRIGUES OF THE JACOBITES.
    • DEATH OF LOUIS XIV.
    • THE EARL OF MAR SETS UP THE PRETENDER'S STANDARD.
    • MACKINTOSH JOINS THE ENGLISH INSURGENTS.
    • BATTLE AT DUMBLANE.
    • THE PRETENDER ARRIVES IN SCOTLAND.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • THE REBEL LORDS ARE IMPEACHED.
    • EARL OF DEEWENTWATER AND LORD KENMUIR ARE BEHEADED.
    • TRIALS OF REBELS.
    • ACT FOR SEPTENNIAL PARLIAMENTS.
    • DUKE OF ARGYLE DISGRACED.
    • THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE.
    • COUNT GYLLENBURGH ARRESTED.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE OXFORD RIOT.
    • DIVISION IN THE MINISTRY.
    • THE COMMONS PASS THE SOUTH-SEA ACT, &c.
    • TRIAL OF THE EARL OF OXFORD.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE CONVOCATION WITH REGARD TO DR. HOADLEY.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE KING AND THE CZAR OF MUSCOVY.
    • THE KING OF SWEDEN IS KILLED.
    • NEGOTIATION FOR A QUADRUPLE ALLIANCE.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • NATURE OF THE QUADRUPLE ALLIANCE.
    • ADMIRAL BYNG SAILS.
    • HE DESTROYS THE SPANISH FLEET.
    • REMONSTRANCES OF THE SPANISH MINISTRY.
    • ACT FOR STRENGTHENING THE PROTESTANT INTEREST.
    • WAR DECLARED AGAINST SPAIN.
    • CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE REGENT OF FRANCE.
    • INTENDED INVASION BY ORMOND.
    • THREE HUNDRED SPANIARDS LAND AND ARE TAKEN IN SCOTLAND.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE PEERAGE BILL.
    • COUNT MERCI ASSUMES THE COMMAND OF THE IMPERIAL ARMY
    • ACTIVITY OF ADMIRAL BYNG.
    • THE SPANISH TROOPS EVACUATE SICILY.
    • PHILIP OBLIGED TO ACCEDE TO THE QUADRUPLE ALLIANCE.
    • BILL FOR SECURING THE DEPENDENCY OF IRELAND UPON THE CROWN.
    • SOUTH-SEA ACT
    • CHARTERS GRANTED TO THE ROYAL AND LONDON ASSURANCE OFFICES.
    • TREATY OF ALLIANCE WITH SWEDEN.
    • THE PRINCE OF HESSE ELECTED KING OF SWEDEN.
    • EFFECTS OF THE SOUTH-SEA SCHEME.
    • A SECRET COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • SEVERE RESOLUTIONS AGAINST THE SOUTH-SEA COMPANY.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • BILL AGAINST ATHEISM.
    • ALLIANCE BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE, AND SPAIN.
    • PLAGUE AT MARSEILLES.
    • DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS ABOUT MR. LAW.
    • SENTIMENTS OF SOME LORDS TOUCHING THE WAR.
    • PETITION OF THE QUAKERS..
    • NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DECLARATION OF THE PRETENDER.
    • REPORT OF THE SECRET COMMITTEE.
    • BILL OF PAINS AND PENALTIES AGAINST THE BISHOP OF ROCHESTER.
    • PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THOSE CONCERNED IN THE LOTTERY AT HAMBURGH.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CLAMOUR IN IRELAND ON ACCOUNT OF WOOD'S COINAGE.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF ORLEANS.
    • AN ACT FOR LESSENING THE PUBLIC DEBTS.
    • PHILIP, KING OF SPAIN, ABDICATES THE THRONE.
    • ABUSES IN CHANCERY.
    • TRIAL OF THE EARL OF MACCLESFIELD.
    • DEBATES ABOUT THE DEBTS OF THE CIVIL LIST.
    • BILL IN FAVOUR OF THE LATE LORD BOLINGBROKE.
    • TREATY OF ALLIANCE.
    • TREATY OF HANOVER.
    • A SQUADRON SENT TO THE BALTIC.
    • ADMIRAL HOSIER'S EXPEDITION.
    • DISGRACE OF THE DUKE DE RIPPERDA.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE KING'S SPEECH.
    • DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • CONVENTIONS WITH SWEDEN AND HESSE-CASSEL.
    • VOTE OF CREDIT.
    • SIEGE OF GIBRALTAR
    • PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE.
    • DEATH AND CHARACTER OF GEORGE I.
    • NOTES:
    • GEORGE II.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • GEORGE II. ASCENDS THE THRONE.
    • CHARACTERS OF THE PRINCIPAL PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE MINISTRY.
    • DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT CONCERNING THE CIVIL LIST.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • VIOLENT DISPUTE CONCERNING THE NATIONAL DEBT.
    • A DOUBLE MARRIAGE BETWEEN THE HOUSES OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.
    • LIBERALITY OF THE COMMONS.
    • DEBATES ON THE SUBSIDIES OF HESSE-CASSEL AND WOLFENBUTTLE.
    • COMMITTEE FOR INSPECTING THE GAOLS.
    • ADDRESS TOUCHING THE SPANISH DEPREDATIONS.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • WISE CONDUCT OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • ABDICATION OF THE KING OF SARDINIA.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE KING'S SPEECH.
    • OBJECTIONS TO THE TREATY OF SEVILLE.
    • OPPOSITION TO A STANDING ARMY.
    • BILL PROHIBITING LOANS.
    • CHARTER OF THE EAST-INDIA COMPANY.
    • THE EMPEROR RESENTS THE TREATY OF SEVILLE.
    • ARRIVAL OF SEVEN INDIAN CHIEFS.
    • BILL AGAINST PENSIONERS SITTING AS MEMBERS IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • TREATY OF VIENNA.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF PARMA.
    • DON CARLOS TAKES POSSESSION OF HIS TERRITORIES.
    • FRANCE DISTRACTED BY RELIGIOUS DISPUTES.
    • THE MINISTRY VIOLENTLY OPPOSED.
    • DEBATE ON A STANDING ARMY.
    • THE CHARITABLE CORPORATION.
    • REVIVAL OF THE SALT-TAX.
    • MR. PULTENEY'S NAME STRUCK OUT OF THE LIST OF PRIVY-COUNSELLORS.
    • THE KING SETS OUT FOR HANOVER.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • REMARKABLE INSTANCE OF SUICIDE.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE CONTINENT.
    • MEETING OF THE PARLIAMENT.
    • ADDRESS TO THE KING.
    • THE EXCISE SCHEME PROPOSED.
    • BILL FOR A DOWER TO THE PRINCESS ROYAL.
    • DOUBLE ELECTION OF A KING OF POLAND.
    • CONFEDERACY AGAINST THE EMPEROR.
    • ARRIVAL OF THE PRINCE OF ORANGE.
    • ALTERCATION IN THE COMMONS.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE SEPTENNIAL ACT.
    • CONCLUSION OF A REMARKABLE SPEECH BY SIR W. WYNDHAM.
    • PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED.
    • DANTZIC BESIEGED BY THE RUSSIANS.
    • PHILIPSBURGH TAKEN BY THE FRENCH.
    • BATTLE OF PARMA.
    • THE IMPERIALISTS ARE AGAIN WORSTED.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • DEBATE ON A SUBSIDY TO DENMARK.
    • PETITION OF SOME SCOTTISH NOBLEMEN.
    • MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE COURTS OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.
    • PRELIMINARIES SIGNED BY THE EMPEROR AND THE KING OF FRANCE.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF QUAKERS IN THE ARTICLE OF TITHES.
    • MORTMAIN ACT.
    • REMARKABLE RIOT AT EDINBURGH.
    • RUPTURE BETWEEN THE CZARINA AND THE OTTOMAN PORTE.
    • THE SESSION OF PARLIAMENT OPENED
    • MOTION IN BOTH HOUSES FOR A SETTLEMENT ON THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • SCHEME FOR REDUCING THE INTEREST OF THE NATIONAL DEBT.
    • BILL AGAINST THE CITY OF EDINBURGH.
    • PLAY-HOUSE BILL.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • THE RUSSIANS TAKE OCZAKOW.
    • DEATH OF CAROLINE, QUEEN CONSORT.
    • DISPUTE IN PARLIAMENT.
    • SPANISH DEPREDATIONS.
    • MOTIVES FOR AVOIDING A WAR.
    • BILL FOR SECURING THE TRADE IN AMERICA.
    • BIRTH OF PRINCE GEORGE.
    • PROGRESS of the WAR AGAINST the TURKS.
    • DISPUTE BETWEEN HANOVER AND DENMARK.
    • PETITIONS AGAINST THE CONVENTION.
    • DEBATE ON THE CONTENTION.
    • SECESSION OF THE CHIEF MEMBERS IN THE OPPOSITION.
    • THE HOUSE OF LORDS DEBATE UPON AN ADDRESS TO HIS MAJESTY.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • THE KING OF SPAIN PUBLISHES A MANIFESTO.
    • THE EMPEROR AND CZARINA CONCLUDE A PEACE WITH THE TURKS.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR WAR IN ENGLAND.
    • PENSION-BILL REVIVED AND LOST.
    • PORTO BELLO TAKEN by ADMIRAL VERNON.
    • MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS MARY TO THE PRINCE OF HESSE.
    • STRONG ARMAMENT SENT TO THE WEST INDIES.
    • DEATH OF THE EMPEROR AND CZARINA.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • DISCONTENTS AGAINST THE MINISTRY.
    • MOTION FOR REMOVING SIR R. WALPOLE FROM HIS MAJESTY'S COUNCILS.
    • DEBATE ON THE MUTINY BILL.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • ARMY UNDER LORD CATHCART AND SIR CHALONER OGLE.
    • NATURE OF THE CLIMATE ON THE SPANISH MAIN.
    • ADMIRAL VERNON SAILS TO CARTHAGENA.
    • EXPEDITION TO CUBA.
    • RUPTURE BETWEEN THE QUEEN OF HUNGARY AND THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • A TREATY OF NEUTRALITY CONCLUDED WITH FRANCE FOR HANOVER.
    • A BODY OF FRENCH FORCES JOIN THE ELECTOR OF BAVARIA.
    • WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SWEDEN.
    • REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA.
    • INACTIVITY OF THE NAVAL POWER OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • REMARKABLE MOTION IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS BY LORD SOMERSET.
    • THE COUNTRY PARTY OBTAIN A MAJORITY IN THE COMMONS.
    • SIR ROBERT WALPOLE CREATED EARL OF ORFORD.
    • CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE ADMINISTRATION OF SIR ROBERT WALPOLE.
    • THE ELECTOR OF BAVARIA CHOSEN EMPEROR.
    • THE KING OF PRUSSIA GAINS THE BATTLE AT CZASLAW.
    • EXTRAORDINARY RETREAT OF M. DE BELLEISLE.
    • THE KING OF GREAT BRITAIN FORMS AN ARMY IN FLANDERS.
    • PROGRESS OF THE WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SWEDEN.
    • THE KING OF SARDINIA DECLARES FOR THE HOUSE OF AUSTRIA.
    • OPERATIONS IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • EXTRAORDINARY MOTION IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • BILL FOR QUIETING CORPORATIONS.
    • CONVENTION BETWEEN THE EMPEROR AND THE QUEEN OF HUNGARY.
    • DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRUSSIA AND THE ELECTOR OF HANOVER.
    • THE ENGLISH OBTAIN A VICTORY OVER THE FRENCH.
    • TREATY OF WORMS.
    • AFFAIRS IN THE NORTH.
    • BATTLE OF CAMPO-SANTO.
    • TRANSACTIONS OF THE BRITISH FLEET.
    • FRUITLESS ATTEMPTS UPON THE SPANISH SETTLEMENTS.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • PROJECTED INVASION OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • A FRENCH SQUADRON SAILS UP THE ENGLISH CHANNEL.
    • The KINGDOM PUT IN A STATE OF DEFENCE.
    • THE DESIGN OF THE FRENCH DEFEATED.
    • BILL AGAINST THOSE WHO SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH THE PRETENDER'S SONS.
    • NAVAL ENGAGEMENT OFF TOULON.
    • TREATY OF FRANCKFORT.
    • PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH KING IN THE NETHERLANDS
    • PRINCE CHARLES OF LORRAINE PASSES THE RHINE.
    • CAMPAIGN IN BAVARIA AND FLANDERS.
    • BATTLE OF CONI.
    • RETURN OF COMMODORE ANSON.
    • REVOLUTION IN THE BRITISH MINISTRY.
    • TREATY OF DRESDEN.—THE GRAND DUKE OF TUSCANY ELECTED EMPEROR.
    • THE ALLIES ARE DEFEATED.
    • THE KING OF SARDINIA IS ALMOST STRIPPED OF HIS DOMINIONS.
    • THE ENGLISH TAKE CAPE BRETON
    • PROJECT OF AN INSURRECTION IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • THE ELDEST SON OF THE CHEVALIER DE ST. GEORGE LANDS IN SCOTLAND.
    • EFFORTS OF THE FRIENDS OF GOVERNMENT IN SCOTLAND.
    • PRECAUTIONS TAKEN IN ENGLAND.
    • THE REBELS RETREAT INTO SCOTLAND.
    • THE KING'S TROOPS UNDER HAWLEY ARE WORSTED AT FALKIEK.
    • THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND COMMANDS THE ROYAL TROOPS.
    • THE REBELS UNDERTAKE THE SIEGE OF FORT-WILLIAM.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND TAKES POSSESSION OF INVERNESS.
    • THE PRETENDER ESCAPES TO FRANCE.
    • CONVULSION IN THE MINISTRY.
    • TRIAL AND EXECUTION OF THE REBELS.
    • THE STATES-GENERAL ALARMED AT THE PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH.
    • COUNT SAXE SUBDUES ALL FLANDERS, BRABANT, AND HAINAULT.
    • THE FRENCH AND SPANIARDS ABANDON PIEDMONT AND THE MILANESE.
    • THE GENOESE EXPEL THE AUSTRIANS.
    • MADRAS TAKEN BY THE FRENCH.
    • NAVAL TRANSACTIONS in the WEST INDIES.
    • PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED.
    • THE FRENCH AND ALLIES TAKE THE FIELD IN FLANDERS.
    • THE PRINCE OF ORANGE ELECTED STADTHOLDER.
    • SIEGE OF BERGEN-OP-ZOOM.
    • THE CHEVALIER DE BELLEISLE SLAIN.
    • A FRENCH SQUADRON TAKEN.
    • ADMIRAL HAWKE OBTAINS ANOTHER VICTORY OVER THE FRENCH.
    • CONGRESS AT AIX-LA-CHAPELLE.
    • COMPLIANT TEMPER OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR THE CAMPAIGN IN THE NETHERLANDS.
    • SIEGE OF MAESTRICHT. FORMS A CESSATION.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST AND WEST INDIES.
    • CONCLUSION OF THE DEFINITIVE TREATY AT AIX-LA-CHAPELLE.
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • REFLECTIONS ON THE PEACE.
    • THE PRINCE OF WALES' ADHERENTS JOIN THE OPPOSITION.
    • CHARACTER OF THE MINISTRY.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • EXORBITANT DEMAND OF THE EMPRESS-QUEEN OPPOSED.
    • VIOLENT CONTEST CONCERNING THE SEAMEN'S BILL.
    • BILL FOR LIMITING THE TERM OF A SOLDIER'S SERVICE.
    • MEASURES TAKEN WITH RESPECT TO THE AFRICAN TRADE.
    • SCHEME FOR IMPROVING THE BRITISH FISHERY.
    • ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE COMMERCE TO HUDSON'S BAY.
    • PLAN FOR MAINTAINING THE NAVY.
    • ELECTION OF A CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.
    • SCHEME FOR A NEW SETTLEMENT.
    • TOWN OF HALIFAX FOUNDED.
    • FRENCH ATTEMPTS TO SETTLE THE ISLAND OF TOBAGO.
    • REJOICINGS FOR THE PEACE.
    • APPEARANCE OF A RUPTURE BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SWEDEN.
    • INTERPOSITION OF THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • CONDUCT OF DIFFERENT EUROPEAN POWERS.
    • INSOLENCE OF THE BARBARY CORSAIRS.
    • DISTURBANCES IN ENGLAND.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • SCHEME FOR REDUCING THE INTEREST OF THE NATIONAL DEBT.
    • NEW MUTINY BILL.
    • BILL FOR ENCOURAGING the IMPORTATION OF IRON FROM AMERICA.
    • ERECTION OF THE BRITISH HERRING FISHERY.
    • NEW AFRICAN COMPANY.
    • WESTMINSTER ELECTION.
    • EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON.
    • PESTILENTIAL FEVER AT THE SESSION IN THE OLD BAILEY.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SWEDEN.
    • PLAN FOR ELECTING THE ARCHDUKE JOSEPH KING OF THE ROMANS.
    • DISPUTES WITH THE FRENCH ABOUT THE LIMITS OF NOVA SCOTIA.
    • TREATY WITH SPAIN.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • DEATH AND CHARACTER OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • SETTLEMENT OF A REGENCY IN CASE OF A MINOR SOVEREIGN.
    • GENERAL NATURALIZATION BILL.
    • CENSURE PASSED UPON A PAPER ENTITLED "CONSTITUTIONAL QUERIES."
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMONS ON THE WESTMINSTER ELECTION.
    • MR. MURRAY SENT PRISONER TO NEWGATE.
    • SESSION CLOSED. STYLE ALTERED.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • DEATH OF THE QUEEN OF DENMARK AND PRINCE OF ORANGE.
    • MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE CZARINA AND KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • MEASURES FOR ELECTING A KING OF THE ROMANS.
    • DEATH OF THE KING OF SWEDEN.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • PROCEEDINGS UPON A PAMPHLET, ENTITLED "THE CASE OF MR. MURRAY."
    • LAW RELATING TO THE FORFEITED ESTATES IN SCOTLAND.
    • NEW CONSOLIDATION OF FUNDS.
    • TWO PORTS OPENED FOR THE IMPORTATION OF IRISH WOOL.
    • THE KING SETS OUT FOR HANOVER.
    • DISPUTE BETWEEN HANOVER AND PRUSSIA.
    • MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE COURTS OF LONDON AND BERLIN.
    • IMPROVEMENT OF POMERANIA.
    • TREATY WITH THE ELECTOR PALATINE.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • GAME ACT.
    • ACT FOR PERFORMING QUARANTINE.
    • ACT FOR PREVENTING THE PLUNDERING OF SHIPWRECKED VESSELS.
    • BILL RELATING TO THE BOUNTY OF CORN EXPORTED.
    • TURKEY TRADE LAID OPEN.
    • NATURALIZATION OF THE JEWS.
    • MARRIAGE ACT.
    • DELIBERATIONS CONCERNING THE SUGAR COLONIES.
    • FATE OF THE REGISTER BILL.
    • SIR HANS SLOANE'S MUSEUM PURCHASED BY PARLIAMENT.
    • EXECUTION OF DR. CAMERON.
    • TUMULTS IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE KINGDOM.
    • DISTURBANCES IN FRANCE.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIET RELATIVE TO EAST FRIEZELAND.
    • EXTRAORDINARY TREATY.
    • CONFERENCES WITH RESPECT TO NOVA SCOTIA BROKE UP.
    • DESCRIPTION OF NOVA SCOTIA.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • AMBITIOUS SCHEMES OF THE FRENCH.
    • RISE AND CONDUCT OF THE OHIO COMPANY.
    • PERFIDY OF THE FRENCH.
    • MAJOR LAURENCE DEFEATS THE FRENCH NEUTRALS.
    • BRITISH AMBASSADOR AT PARIS AMUSED WITH GENERAL PROMISES.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • REPEAL OF THE ACT FOR NATURALIZING JEWS.
    • MOTION FOE REPEALING A FORMER ACT FAVOURABLE TO THE JEWS.
    • EAST-INDIA MUTINY BILL.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • DEATH OF MR. PELHAM. CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY.
    • NEW PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED AND PROROGUED.
    • DISPUTES IN THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE ENGLISH SETTLEMENTS.
    • DISPUTE ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT OF ARCOT.
    • MAHOMMED ALI KHAN SUPPORTED BY THE ENGLISH.
    • MR. CLIVE TAKES ARCOT.
    • MR. CLIVE REDUCES THREE FORTS, &c.
    • CHUNDA SAIB TAKEN AND PUT TO DEATH.
    • CONVENTION BETWEEN THE EAST INDIA COMPANIES OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
    • GENERAL VIEW OF THE BRITISH COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA.
    • THE FRENCH SURPRISE LOG'S TOWN.
    • CONFERENCE WITH THE INDIANS.
    • COLONEL WASHINGTON DEFEATED AND TAKEN BY THE FRENCH.
    • DIVISIONS AMONG THE BRITISH COLONIES.
    • HEREDITARY PRINCE OF HESSE-CASSEL PROFESSES THE CATHOLIC RELIGION.
    • PARLIAMENT OF PARIS RECALLED FROM EXILE.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • BILL IN BEHALF OF CHELSEA PENSIONERS.
    • MESSAGE FROM THE KING TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • COURT OF VERSAILLES AMUSES THE ENGLISH MINISTRY.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
    • EARL PAULET'S MOTION.
    • REGENCY APPOINTED.
    • BOSCAWEN'S EXPEDITION.
    • FRENCH AMBASSADOR RECALLED.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE ENGLISH IN AMERICA.
    • BRADDOCK'S UNFORTUNATE EXPEDITION.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST CROWN POINT AND NIAGARA RESOLVED ON.
    • BRAVERY OF CAPTAIN M'GINNES.
    • DESCRIPTION OF FORT OSWEGO, &c
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST NIAGARA.
    • GENERAL SHIRLEY RETURNS TO ALBANY.
    • TREATY WITH THE LANDGRAVE OF HESSE-CASSEL.
    • NEWS OF THE CAPTURE OF THE ALCIDE AND LYS REACHES ENGLAND.
    • THE KING RETURNS FROM HANOVER, AND CONCLUDES A TREATY WITH RUSSIA.
    • DECLARATION OF THE FRENCH MINISTRY AT THE COURT OF VIENNA.
    • SPIRITED DECLARATION OF PRUSSIA.
    • THE FRENCH MAKE ANOTHER UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT UPON THE COURT OF SPAIN.
    • THE IMPERIAL COURT REFUSES AUXILIARIES TO ENGLAND.
    • THE FRENCH TAKE THE BLANDFORD.
    • STATE OF THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH NAVIES.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • REMARKABLE ADDRESSES OF BOTH HOUSES.
    • HIS MAJESTY'S ANSWER.
    • ALTERATIONS IN THE MINISTRY.
    • EARTHQUAKE AT LISBON.
    • RELIEF VOTED TO THE PORTUGUESE.
    • MUTINY BILL, MARINE, AND MARINERS' ACTS CONTINUED.
    • ACT FOR RAISING A REGIMENT OF FOOT IN NORTH AMERICA.
    • MARITIME LAWS OF ENGLAND EXTENDED TO AMERICA.
    • QUIET OF IRELAND RESTORED.
    • TREATY CONCLUDED WITH PRUSSIA.
    • NEW MILITIA-BILL.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • LETTER FROM M. ROUILLE.
    • THE FRENCH THREATEN GREAT BRITAIN WITH AN INVASION.
    • REQUISITION OF SIX THOUSAND DUTCH TROOPS.
    • HESSIANS AND HANOVERIANS TRANSPORTED INTO ENGLAND.
    • FRENCH PREPARATIONS AT TOULON.
    • ADMIRAL BYNG SAILS FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN.
    • ADMIRAL BYNG ARRIVES AT GIBRALTAR.
    • HE ENGAGES M. DE LA GALISSONNIERE OFF MINORCA.
    • ADMIRAL BYNG SUPERSEDED AND SENT HOME PRISONER.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE SIEGE OF ST. PHILIP'S FORT IN MINORCA.
    • PRECAUTIONS taken by GENERAL BLAKENEY.
    • SIR E. HAWKE SAILS TO MINORCA.
    • GALLANTRY OF FORTUNATUS WRIGHT.
    • GENERAL BLAKENEY CREATED A BARON.
    • MEASURES TAKEN FOR THE DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • EARL OF LOUDON APPOINTED COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF IN AMERICA.
    • HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S DECLARATION OF WAR.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE FRENCH KING'S DECLARATION.
    • ADDRESS OF THE CITY OF LONDON.
    • TRIAL OF GENERAL FOWKE.
    • AFFAIRS OF AMERICA.
    • EARL OF LOUDON ARRIVES AT NEW YORK.
    • OSWEGO REDUCED BY THE ENEMY.
    • FURTHER PROCEEDINGS IN AMERICA.
    • NAVAL OPERATIONS IN AMERICA.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • CALCUTTA BESIEGED.
    • FATE OF THOSE WHO PERISHED IN THE DUNGEON AT CALCUTTA.
    • ADDITIONAL CRUELTIES EXERCISED ON MR. HOLWELL.
    • FORT GERIAH TAKEN BY ADMIRAL WATSON AND MR. CLIVE.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • MOTIVES OF THE WAR IN GERMANY.
    • MEASURES TAKEN BY THE KING OF PRUSSIA AND ELECTOR OF HANOVER.
    • THE KING OF PRUSSIA DEMANDS AN EXPLANATION.
    • THE PRUSSIAN ARMY ENTERS SAXONY.
    • PRUSSIANS PENETRATE INTO BOHEMIA.
    • SAXON ARMY SURRENDERS.
    • KING OF POLAND'S MEMORIAL TO THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • IMPERIAL DECREES PUBLISHED AGAINST THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • DECLARATION OF DIFFERENT POWERS.
    • HIS PRUSSIAN MAJESTY'S ANSWER TO THE SAXON MEMORIAL.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN THE PARLIAMENT OF PARIS AND THE CLERGY.
    • DEARTH OF CORN IN ENGLAND.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • DEBATES ON THE ADDRESS.
    • BILL PASSED FOr PROHIBITING THE EXPORTATION OF CORN.
    • REFLECTIONS ON THE CONTINENTAL WAR.
    • MESSAGES FROM THE KING TO THE PARLIAMENT.
    • MEASURES TAKEN TO REMOVE THE SCARCITY OF CORN.
    • MILITIA BILL.
    • BILL FOR QUARTERING FOREIGN TROOPS, &c.
    • BILL FOR THE MORE SPEEDY RECRUITING THE LAND-FORCES AND MARINES, &c.
    • ACT FOR IMPORTING AMERICAN IRON DUTY FREE.
    • REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE IMPORTATION OF SILK.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE SCARCITY OF CORN.
    • INVESTIGATION OF THE LOSS OF MINORCA.
    • EXAMINATION of the AMERICAN CONTRACT.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE CONDUCT OF ADMIRAL KNOWLES, &c.
    • RESOLUTIONS concerning MILFORD-HAVEN.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • TRIAL OF ADMIRAL BYNG.
    • BILL TO RELEASE THE MEMBERS OF THE COURT-MARTIAL, &c
    • EXECUTION OF ADMIRAL BYNG.
    • REMARKS ON ADMIRAL BYNG'S FATE.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • MR. PITT AND MR. LEGGE TAKEN INTO THE ADMINISTRATION.
    • COALITION OF PARTIES.
    • DESCENT ON THE COAST OF FRANCE MEDITATED.
    • COMMAND OF THE FLEET GIVEN TO SIR EDWARD HAWKE, &c.
    • ADMIRAL KNOWLES SENT TO TAKE AIX.
    • ATTACK AND SURRENDER OF AIX.
    • THE FLEET RETURNS TO SPITHEAD.
    • SIR JOHN MORDAUNT TRIED BY A COURT-MARTIAL.
    • FLEETS SENT TO THE EAST AND WEST INDIES.
    • RIOTS OCCASIONED BY THE HIGH PRICE OF CORN.
    • OPERATIONS IN AMERICA.
    • LORD LOUDON'S CONDUCT IN AMERICA.
    • FORT WILLIAM-HENRY TAKEN by the FRENCH.
    • NAVAL TRANSACTIONS IN AMERICA.
    • STATE OF AFFAIRS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • SEDUCTION OF CHANDERNAGORE.
    • COLONEL CLIVE DEFEATS THE SUBA AT PLAISSEY, &c.
    • ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE KING OF FRANCE.
    • CHANGES IN THE FRENCH MINISTRY.
    • STATE OF THE CONFEDERACY.
    • SKIRMISHES BETWEEN THE PRUSSIANS AND AUSTRIANS.
    • NEUTRALITY OF THE EMPEROR, AND BEHAVIOUR OF THE DUTCH.
    • DECLARATION OF THE CZARINA AGAINST THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • KING OF PRUSSIA ENTERS BOHEMIA.
    • PRAGUE INVESTED.
    • COUNT DAUN COMMANDS THE AUSTRIANS.
    • KING OF PRUSSIA DEFEATED AT KOLIN.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR THE DEFENCE OF HANOVER.
    • SKIRMISHES WITH THE FRENCH.
    • DUKE OF CUMBERLAND PASSES THE WESER.
    • BATTLE OF HASTENBECK.
    • THE FRENCH TAKE POSSESSION OF HANOVER AND HESSE-CASSEL.
    • THE FRENCH REDUCE VERDEN and BREMEN.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • THE FRENCH ENTER THE PRUSSIAN DOMINIONS.
    • A RUSSIAN FLEET BLOCKS UP THE PRUSSIAN PORTS IN THE BALTIC.
    • ARMY OF THE EMPIRE RAISED.
    • THE AUSTRIANS TAKE GABEL.
    • THE PRINCE OF PRUSSIA LEAVES THE ARMY.
    • COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ENGLAND AND OSTEND BROKE OFF.
    • MARESCHAL LEHWALD ATTACKS THE RUSSIANS NEAR NORKITTEN.
    • HASTY RETREAT OF THE RUSSIANS OUT OF PRUSSIA.
    • FRENCH AND IMPERIALISTS TAKE GOTHA.
    • ACTION BETWEEN THE PRUSSIANS AND AUSTRIANS NEAR GOERLITZ.
    • THE FRENCH OBLIGE FERDINAND TO RETIRE.
    • BATTLE OF ROSBACH.
    • THE AUSTRIANS TAKE SCHWEIDNITZ.
    • MARESCHAL KEITH LAYS BOHEMIA UNDER CONTRIBUTION.
    • HOSTILITIES of the SWEDES in POMERANIA.
    • MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE DUTCH.
    • DISPUTES CONCERNING THE CONVENTION OF CLOSTER-SEVEN.
    • PROGRESS OF THE HANOVERIAN ARMY.
    • DEATH OF THE QUEEN OF POLAND, &c.
    • FATE OF CAPTAIN DEATH.
    • SESSION OPENED.
    • SECOND TREATY WITH PRUSSIA.
    • BILLS FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF SEAMEN, &c.
    • ACT FOR ASCERTAINING THE QUALIFICATION OF VOTING.
    • BILL FOR MORE EFFECTUALLY MANNING THE NAVY.
    • HABEAS-CORPUS ACT AMENDED.
    • SCHEME IN FAVOUR OF THE FOUNDLING HOSPITAL.
    • PROCEEDINGS RELATIVE TO THE AFRICAN COMPANY.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • VIGOROUS PREPARATIONS FOR WAR, &c.
    • THE FRENCH EVACUATE EMBDEN.
    • ADMIRAL BRODERICK'S SHIP BURNT.
    • DESCENT AT CANCALLE BAY.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST CHERBOURG.
    • DESCENT AT ST. MALOES.
    • ENGLISH DEFEATED AT ST. CAS.
    • CLAMOURS OF THE DUTCH MERCHANTS, &c.
    • CHAPTER XV.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST SENEGAL.
    • FORT LOUIS AND SENEGAL TAKEN.
    • EXPEDITION TO CAPE-BRETON.
    • LOUISBOURG TAKEN.
    • ATTEMPT UPON TICONDEROGA.
    • FORT FRONTENAC TAKEN AND DESTROYED BY THE ENGLISH.
    • BRIGADIER FORBES TAKES FORT DU QUESNE.
    • SHIPWRECK OF CAPTAIN BARTON.
    • GALLANT EXPLOIT OF CAPTAIN TYRREL.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • TRANSACTIONS on the CONTINENT of EUROPE.
    • STATE of the ARMIES on the CONTINENT.
    • THE FRENCH KING CHANGES THE ADMINISTRATION OF HANOVER.
    • TREATY BETWEEN THE FRENCH KING AND THE DUKE OF BRUNSWICK.
    • DECREE OF THE AULIC COUNCIL.
    • BREMEN TAKEN AND RETAKEN.
    • THE FRENCH ABANDON HANOVER.
    • PRINCE FERDINAND DEFEATS THE FRENCH, &c.
    • PRINCE OF YSEMBOURG DEFEATED.
    • GENERAL IMHOFF DEFEATS M. DE CHEVERT.
    • GENERAL OBERG DEFEATED by the FRENCH.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH.
    • OPERATIONS OF THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • PROGRESS OF THE RUSSIANS.
    • THE PRUSSIANS DEFEAT THE RUSSIANS.
    • SUBURBS OF DRESDEN BURNT.
    • THE PRUSSIANS RAISE THE SIEGE OF NEISS, AND RELIEVE DRESDEN.
    • INHABITANTS OF SAXONY OPPRESSED.
    • PROGRESS OF THE SWEDES IN POMERANIA.
    • PRINCE CHARLES OF SAXONY ELECTED DUKE OF COURLAND.
    • THE KING OF ENGLAND'S MEMORIAL.
    • DEATH OF POPE BENEDICT.
    • KING OF PORTUGAL ASSASSINATED.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE FRENCH MINISTRY.
    • CONDUCT OF THE KING OF DENMARK.
    • CONFERENCES AT THE HAGUE.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
    • TRIALS OF DRS. HENSEY AND SHEBBEARE
    • INSTITUTION OF THE MAGDALEN AND OTHER ASYLUMS.
    • SOCIETY FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF ARTS.
    • NEW TREATY WITH THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • SUPPLIES GRANTED.
    • KING'S MESSAGE TO THE COMMONS.
    • BILLS RELATING TO THE DISTILLERY, &c.
    • REGULATIONS with RESPECT to PRIVATEERS.
    • NEW MILITIA LAWS.
    • ACT FOR THE RELIEF OF DEBTORS REVIVED.
    • BILLS FOR THE IMPORTATION OF IRISH BEEF AND TALLOW.
    • CASE OF THE INSOLVENT DEBTORS.
    • CASE OF CAPTAIN WALKER.
    • REMARKS ON THE BANKRUPT-LAWS.
    • INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE POOR.
    • REGULATION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
    • THE FOUNDLING HOSPITAL.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
    • DEATH OF THE PRINCESS OF ORANGE, &c.
    • EXAMPLES MADE OF PIRATES.
    • MURDER OF DANIEL CLARKE.
    • MAJORITY OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • A NEW BRIDGE AT BLACKFRIARS.
    • FIRE IN CORNHILL.
    • METHOD CONTRIVED TO FIND OUT THE LONGITUDE.
    • INSTALLATION AT OXFORD.
    • CAPTURES MADE BY CRUISERS.
    • PRIZES TAKEN IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE HERCULES AND THE FLORISSANT.
    • HAVRE-DE-GRACE BOMBARDED.
    • BOSCAWEN DEFEATS M. DE LA CLUE.
    • PREPARATIONS MADE BY THE FRENCH FOR INVADING ENGLAND.
    • ACCOUNT OF THUROT.
    • FRENCH FLEET SAILS FROM BREST.
    • ADMIRAL HAWKE DEFEATS M. DE CONFLANS.
    • THE IRISH PARLIAMENT.
    • LOYALTY OF THE IRISH CATHOLICS.
    • INSURRECTION IN DUBLIN.
    • ALARM OF A DESCENT IN SCOTLAND.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
    • STATE OF THE ISLAND OF MARTINIQUE.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST THAT ISLAND.
    • ATTEMPT UPON ST. PIERRE.
    • DESCENT ON GUADALOUPE.
    • FORT-LOUIS REDUCED, &c.
    • ENGLISH FLEET SAILS TO DOMINIQUE.
    • GENERAL BARRINGTON TAKES GOSIER, &c.
    • ISLAND OF MARIGALANTE TAKEN.
    • TREATY WITH THE INDIANS.
    • PLAN OF THE CAMPAIGN.
    • GENERAL AMHERST EMBARKS ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN.
    • NIAGARA REDUCED.
    • INTRODUCTION TO THE EXPEDITION AGAINST QUEBEC.
    • GENERAL WOLFE LANDS ON THE ISLAND OF ORLEANS.
    • ENGLISH FLEET DAMAGED BY A STORM.
    • GENERAL WOLFE ENCAMPS NEAR THE FALLS OF THE RIVER MONTMORENCI.
    • BRIGADIER MURRAY DETACHED UP THE RIVER.
    • THE TROOPS LAND AT THE HEIGHTS OF ABRAHAM.
    • BATTLE OF QUEBEC.
    • QUEBEC TAKEN.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • SIEGE OF MADRAS.
    • SUCCESS OF COLONEL FORDE.
    • SURAT TAKEN BY THE ENGLISH.
    • ADMIRAL POCOCKE DEFEATS MONSIEUR D'APCHE.
    • HOSTILITIES OF THE DUTCH.
    • COLONEL COOTE TAKES WANDEWASH.
    • COLONEL COOTE CONQUERS ARCOT.
    • STATE OF THE BELLIGERENT POWERS IN EUROPE.
    • FRANCKFORT SEIZED BY THE FRENCH.
    • PROGRESS OF THE HEREDITARY PRINCE OF BRUNSWICK.
    • PRINCE FERDINAND ATTACKS THE FRENCH.
    • RETREAT OF PRINCE FERDINAND.
    • ANIMOSITY BETWEEN PRINCE FERDINAND AND THE BRITISH COMMANDER.
    • THE FRENCH ENCAMP AT MINDEN.
    • DUKE DE BRISSAC ROUTED.
    • GENEEAL IMHOFF TAKES MUNSTER.
    • A BODY OF PRUSSIANS MAKE AN INCURSION INTO POLAND.
    • PRINCE HENRY PENETRATES into BOHEMIA.
    • GENERAL WEDEL DEFEATED BY THE RUSSIANS.
    • BATTLE OF CUNERSDORF.
    • ADVANTAGES GAINED BY THE PRUSSIANS IN SAXONY.
    • GENERAL FINCK SURROUNDED AND TAKEN.
    • DISASTER OF THE PRUSSIAN GENERAL DIERCKE.
    • CONCLUSION OF THE CAMPAIGN.
    • ARRET OF THE EVANGELICAL BODY AT RATISBON.
    • FRENCH MINISTRY STOP PAYMENT.
    • THE STATES-GENERAL SEND OVER DEPUTIES TO ENGLAND.
    • MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE STATES BY MAJOR-GENERAL YORKE.
    • A COUNTER-MEMORIAL PRESENTED BY THE FRENCH MINISTER.
    • DEATH OF THE KING OF SPAIN.
    • DON CARLOS SUCCEEDS TO THE KINGDOM OF SPAIN.
    • DETECTION AND PUNISHMENT OF THE CONSPIRATORS AT LISBON.
    • SESSION OPENED IN ENGLAND.
    • SUBSTANCE OF THE ADDRESSES.
    • PETITIONS RESPECTING THE PROHIBITION OF THE MALT DISTILLERY.
    • OPPOSITION TO THE BILL FOR PREVENTING THE EXCESSIVE USE OF SPIRITS.
    • ATTEMPT TO ESTABLISH A MILITIA IN SCOTLAND.
    • BILL FOR REMOVING THE POWDER MAGAZINE AT GREENWICH.
    • ACT FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE STREETS OF LONDON.
    • BILL RELATIVE TO THE SALE OF FISH, &c.
    • ACT FOR ASCERTAINING the QUALIFICATIONS OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.
    • ACT FOR CONSOLIDATING ANNUITIES GRANTED IN 1759.
    • BILL FOR SECURING MONIES FOR THE USE OF GREENWICH HOSPITAL.
    • ACT IN FAVOUR OF GEOEGE KEITH, &c.
    • SESSION CLOSED.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
    • DETECTION OF A MURDER.
    • CLAMOUR AGAINST LORD SACKVILLE.
    • HE DEMANDS A COURT-MARTIAL.
    • SENTENCE OF THE COURT-MARTIAL.
    • EARL FERRERS APPREHENDED.
    • TRIED BY THE HOUSE OF PEERS.
    • EARL FERRERS EXECUTED.
    • ASSASSINATION OF MR. MATTHEWS.
    • NEW BRIDGE BEGUN AT BLACKFRIARS.
    • REMARKABLE ADVENTURE OF FIVE IRISHMEN.
    • THE RAMILLIES MAN OF WAR WRECKED.
    • TREATY WITH THE CHEROKEES. HOSTILITIES RECOMMENCED.
    • FATE OF THE GARRISON AT FORT LOUDOUN.
    • BRITISH INTEREST ESTABLISHED ON THE OHIO.
    • THE FRENCH UNDERTAKE THE SIEGE OF QUEBEC.
    • QUEBEC BESIEGED.
    • THE ENEMIES SHIPPING DESTROYED.
    • GENERAL AMHERST REDUCES THE FRENCH FORT AT THE ISLE ROYALE.
    • FRENCH SHIPS DESTROYED, &c.
    • DEMOLITION OF LOUISBOURG.
    • INSURRECTION IN JAMAICA.
    • ACTION AT SEA OFF HISPANIOLA.
    • GALLANT BEHAVIOUR OF CAPTAINS O'BRIEN AND TAYLOR.
    • TRANSACTIONS IN THE EAST-INDIES.
    • ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE BAY OF QUIBERON.
    • ASTRONOMERS SENT TO THE EAST INDIES.
    • EARTHQUAKES IN SYRIA.
    • AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL.
    • PATRIOTIC SCHEMES OF THE KING OF DENMARK.
    • MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • STATE OF THE POWERS AT WAR.
    • DEATH OF THE LANDGRAVE OF HESSE-CASSEL.
    • OFFERS MADE BY THE NEUTRAL POWERS, &c.
    • SKIRMISHES IN WESTPHALIA.
    • SITUATION OF THE FRENCH ARMIES.
    • EXPLOIT OF COLONEL LUCKNER.
    • THE HEREDITARY PRINCE OF BRUNSWICK DEFEATED.
    • VICTORY OBTAINED BY THE ALLIES.
    • THE HEREDITARY PRINCE MARCHES TO THE LOWER RHINE.
    • ADVANTAGES GAINED by M. DE STAINVILLE.
    • THE ALLIES AND FRENCH GO INTO WINTER QUARTERS.
    • CHAPTER XX.
    • EXPLOIT OF THE SWEDES IN POMERANIA.
    • SKIRMISHES BETWEEN THE PRUSSIANS AND
      • AUSTRIANS IN SAXONY.
    • AUSTRIANS IN SAXONY.
    • POSITION OF THE ARMIES IN SAXONY AND SILESIA.
    • GEN. LAUDOHN DEFEATS GEN. FOUQUET, AND REDUCES GLATZ.
    • THE KING OF PRUSSIA MAKES AN UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT UPON DRESDEN.
    • ACTION BETWEEN GENEEAL HULSEN AND THE IMPERIAL ARMY IN SAXONY.
    • SITUATION OF THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • THE RUSSIANS AND AUSTRIANS POSSESS THEMSELVES OF BERLIN.
    • KING OF PRUSSIA DEFEATS THE AUSTRIANS AT TORGAU.
    • DIETS of POLAND AND SWEDEN ASSEMBLED.
    • INTIMATION GIVEN TO THE STATES OF WESTPHALIA BY THE KING OF PRUSSIA.
    • THE KING OF POLAND'S REMONSTRANCE.
    • REDUCTION OF PONDICHERRY.
    • PART OF THE BRITISH SQUADRON WRECKED IN A STORM.
    • DEATH and CHARACTER of KING GEORGE II.
    • RECAPITULATION OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS OF HIS REIGN.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE COMMERCE OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • STATE OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY.
    • FANATICISM.
    • METAPHYSICS AND MEDICINE.
    • MECHANICS.
    • GENIUS.
    • MUSIC.
    • PAINTING AND SCULPTURE.
    • NOTES TO VOLUME II.
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