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In the Hous of Constons, Regulations "so the Sale of Flour, and the Making of Bread.—Motions by Mr. Lechmere and Mr. Whitbread, reJpe&ting the Causes of the Scarcity of Wheaten Flour, and the Hardships incident to the Labouring Poor—Negatived.—Bill for Encouraging the Cultivation of Hasle Lands.--Motions for the Support of the Land and Sea Service—Strictures on the Condućt of Ministry in the War Department.— Replied to by Mr. If yodham.—Debates on the Ereğlion of Barracks.-4 Statement of the Expences of 1796, amounting from twenty-seven ta Vol. XXXVIII. P twenty:

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Beaulieu re-crosses the Po, for covering the Countries to the North of that River.—At Paris, Negociation for Peace between the King of Sardinia and the French Republic.—Treaty of Peace between France and Sardinia ratified by the Legislative Bodies of France.--Exultation and Considence of the French.-Improved by Buonaparte, for the Purpose of leading on the Army to farther Exploits.--Address to the Army.—General Object and Tendency of Buonaparte's private Conversition.—Homage paid to the Merit of Buonaparte and the Army, by the Directory.—Buonaparse puts his Army in Motion.—Crosses the Po, and leaves Genéral Beaulieu to break ap his Camp.–Armistice between the French Army and the Duke of Parma. —The French advance toward the Capital of Lombardy.—Battle of Lodi.The Austrians retreat to Mantua.-The French proceed to Milan, where the French General allows his People some Days of Repose - . 85

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