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Later of the Executive Directory, to the Helvetic Body I i 100
Declaration of the Executive Directory to the Senate of Base . 20 J
Letter from the Sovereign Council of Bajle to M. Barthclemi, April 9 ibid.
Answer of the Canton of Baste thereto, May 11 . . 20+
Note from Mr. Wickham to the Senate of Berne, June 2(5 . . 20.5
Official Note as Count Bernstorff, Danijh Minister of State . . 207
Note from Citizen Grouvelle, the French Minister at Copenhagen, to Count
Answer of Count Bernstorff, March 19 t . . 209
Proclamation of the Queen of Portugal, for making Lisbon a free Port, QOl
Proclamation of the King of Naples, May 18 t .213
Edict of the King of Naples, addressed to his Subjects , ,214
Preclamation issued at St. Petersturg, respecting Dutch Ships, May 20 . ibid.
Answer of the Prince of Peace thereto, March 17 . .916
Note from the Ruffian Minister at Stockholm, to all the Foreign Ministers, 217
wishing to enjoy the Advantages of Neutrality, April 22 .218
Royal Prussian Edict, July 16' * . • . . .219
Declaration of the King of Pruffia, put against the Gates tf Nuremburg 220
August 16 i . . . . ibid.
Declaration in Answer delivered to the Magistrates of Nuremberg . ibid.
the Rhine, December 29 , ■, . • 221
treaty of Peace between the Duke of Wurtemburg and Ted and the French
Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the Margrave of Baden 224
Sicilies . . . . . . . " . 227
Offensive and Defenstve Treaty of Alliance between France and Spain, 228
Menje, May 29 . . . . .238
»-■ ■ of General BuonapaYtc in Italy > . ibid.
by Commissary of Salicetti t . . 2'1-0
of Buonaparte to his Brothers in Arms . . ibid.
Address of the Deputies of Abbe to Buonaparte . • .241
Buonaparte to the Repttbtic of Fenice . . . 242
Buonaparte to the People of the Milanese . . » ibid.
Proclamation of the Municipality of Milan, Jum\1 . . 243
Buonaparte to the Inhabitants of Tyrol • i < . ibid.
Buonaparte to the Grand Duke of Tujcany, J urn 26 . . 244
Answer . • , . J . 245
Buonaparte, to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, June 29 . . ibid.
Answer . • . • . »'£/</.
Ssife Executive Directory to Citizen Buonaparte, July 31 . • . 246
yfo Ambassador of Sweden to the French Minister for Foreign Affaire 247
Note from the Minister for Foreign Affairs to M.. Barthelemi . ibid.
Proclamation by the General-in-Chief of the Army of Italy . . 249
Address of the French Ambassador to the Dutch Convention . ibid.
Message from the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred,
Proclamation by the Executive Directory, August 29 . . 252
General Buonaparte to the Executive Directory, October 17 . . 25.'J
Gentili to Buonaparte . . . • • . ibid.
Gentili ti the French Commissioners . . . . 2.51/
M'ffage of the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred,
The like, October 26 . . . . 255
Resolutions passed by the Council of Five Hundred, November 2 . 250'
Message of the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred, Decem-
Proclamation of the Commissioner Salicetti, in Corsica . .259
Treaty of Peace betiveen the French Republic and Sardinia . 262
Message of she Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred . 26"5
The like to the Council of Five Hundred . . . 268
Proclamation of the Executive Directory ; , . 270
The Executive Directory to the Citizens of Paris . . .272
Address of the Executive Directory lo the French Armies . .274
Proclamation by Scepaux, in the Western Department . . 275
Mejage from the Executive Directory to the Council of Five Hundred ibid.
The Congress of Cifpadana to the People of Bologna, &c. . . ibid,
Letter from the Pope to all the Catholics in France . .277
Edict, published by the Pope, on the Reception ivhich his Subjects ought, to give
Note 6/'the Papal Minister to the French Commissioners . .279
State Paper, published at Dresden, "July 30 . ... ibid.
Declaration of the Elector of Hanover to the Diet of Ratiflon , 2 SO
Proclamation by the Archduchess of Austria to the Tyro/e/e . . ibid.
Proclamation by his Imperial Majesty, Francis II. Aug. 11 . 28 ]
The like, Aug. '21 . . . . . . "282
The like, Sept. 13 . . . .' '. ' 2B4
Imperial Rescript to the Duke of Wurtemburg . ," , ibid.
Reflations of the States of Hungary . .' . 2H7
Substance of the Correspondence betiveen the Cabinet i of Vienna and Berlin,
Reply, by "the Court of sienna . .' ",.'s'r ;289
■Message of the Presidtnt of'the United States to Congress' '... • ?90
tati-ves . . . . . , 290
Address of General Washington on his retiring front the Presidency of tit
United States of America, Sept. 17 . . . 293
Notr from the French Envoy to the Executive Government of America . 304
Reply of the Executive Government thereto . . . 307
Memorial presented by the French Envoy to the American Secretary for Foreign
Affairs . . . . . 310
Note published by the French Minister at Philadelphia . .313
Address of the President of the United States to Congress, Nov. 15 . ibid.
Answer to the above Address . . . . 31"
Reply of the President. . . , , . 3 IS
Particulars of the earlier Years of Mr. Gibbon's Life, and of the Course
of Studies which laid the Foundation of his subsequent Celebrity, written
by himjelf' . . . ..319
Account of Solomon Gessner . . . . 338
Some Particulars of the Death of Condorcet • . . 340
Biographical Account of the Count de Buff on , . . 312
Account of Apostolo Zeno . , , . . 3+6
- . of the Peasantry of Norway . . . 347
—*—*- of the Hoozttana's, a wandering Tribe of Savages . . 349
1 ■ of the Celebration cf Good Friday in Brussels . .351
■ — of the Alteration produced by the French Revolution at Strasburg, 352
-— ■ of the public Eating-houses at Vienna . . . 353
The Life and Writings of the Abbe Bartbelemi . . 355
Character of Erasmus . . . .- . 359
Anecdotes of the late Dr. James Fordyce . , . S6Q
Account of the Royal Society of England . . . %2
■ of the late Sir William Chambers . ,. . 364
—— of the late fames Macpherson, Esq. . . . 3ot>
Interesting History of Don Pedro, and Dona Ignez dt Castro . 371 Extracts from the Correspondence of Mr. Gibbon, with various Men if
Eminence in the Literary World . . 373
Some Particulars in the Anatomy of a Whale . . . 380
An Account of the late Discovery of Native Gold in Ireland , . 383
A Mineralogical Account os the Native Gold lately discovered in Ireland, 385
On the Cold silt on high Mountains, and at great Depths . . 3SD
Account of the great Speckled Diver, or Loon . . . 392
Contrasts, and Cotifonancies, between Animals and the Earth , 394
Account of the Kamfi, a Species of Gazelle, or Antelope . . 598
Resteilions on certain Effect's of Heat and Cold on the living Systtm . 399
Account oftht Manner estreating Bees in Portugal '. . Wi
On Plica Poknica . . . • '. 403
On the Power of fixed Alkaline Salts, to preserve the Flejb of Animals from
Putrefaction . . . . 400
Specification of the Patent granted to Mr. Jones, for his Method of detecting
Sketch of the History of Sugar in the early Times, and through the middle
Ages . . . . '. . 45(j
Account of Poetry, In Scotland, during the Sixteenth Century . , 45y
Extract from an Account of the Collegiate Chapel of St. Stephen, West,
minster , , , , . . 46J
Letter from King Charles II. to the Duke of Ormond, upon his salting the
Seals from Chancellor Clarendon • . . . 47 \
Ode for the New Year '. , . , *
Ode on his Majesty's Birth-day , • ■
A beautiful Spring in a Village . . •
To Mrs. Bishop, 'with a Pocket Looking-glass, from her Husband
Mr. Surrebutter's Commencement in his legal Career . *
Address to Forgetfulness . . . t
Sonnet, sacred to the Memory of Penelope .. .. •
The Person and Habitation of Despair . *
The Sorrow* of Sunday . • i
The Man of Method, from the Pursuit! of Literature *
Richardson, Rousseau, and Goethe . • •
Account of Books for 1796.
Zoonomia, or the Laws of Organic Life, •vol. ii. 4/». by Erasmus J}ar*uiiu, M.D. F.R.S. 1796 " . . . . 514
Principles of Legislation, by Charles Michell, ofForcett, Esq. 8vt. 1796, 516
The History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester, by John ftichols, F. S.A. Edinb. and Perth, Folio, 1796 . . . . 529
Memoirs of the Life and'Writings of the Abbate Metastasio, by Charles Burney, Mus. D. F.R.S. 3 vol. 8-vo. 1796 . .533
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