Annual Register of World Events, Volume 37


Table des matières

Examination of certain Members of the late Committee of Safety These
Regulations respecting the Election of Deputies to the New National Assem
Evil of using Potatoes for Bread from the Annals of Agriculture 109
Account of Chelsea College from Lysons Environs of London 116
Account of the Quantity of Coals Imported into the Port of London from
berforce for negotiating a Peace with France Negatived Motion
State of the Coalition Motion in the House of Commons for augmenting
The Sentiments of the French towards the English Motion in the House
Proclamation of Victor Hughes at Guadaloupe
Proclamation of the Royalists of Anjou and Upper Poitou in Answer
General Daendels Proclamation to the Dutch inviting them to surrender
Declaration of the King of Prussia to his most high Colleagues CoStates
A Pacification between the Convention and the Insurgents in La Vendéc
London Gazette April 6 1795 60
A General Bill of Christenings and Burials from Dec 9 1794 to Dec
Substance of the Emperors Decree of Commission dated Vienna May
London Gazette June 27 64
Observations on Spontaneous Inflammation with a particular Account
Account of the Lynx of Abruzzo from De Saliss Travels through various
Curious Letter wrote by John Lesly to Sir Thomas Riddle of Gateshead
Meeting of the New Legislature Strength of the predominant Party
A Declaration of the Right Honourable James Earl of Derby Lord Stanley
Message from the King to the House of Commons Feb 4 136
Protest against the Act for farther Suspending the Habeas Corpus Act 143
Protest against the Act for Transferring the Militia 151
Public Instrument of the new Order of Things published at the Hague 207
Second Proclamation by the same 213
Account of the Convent of Nuns of Clarisse at Cologne from
Proclamation to the French People Oct 7
Account of the Harem or Apartments for the Ladies from Russells
The French Constitution adopted August 22 1795 76
Account of the celebrated Conspiracy of the Pazzi at Florence from
Proclamation from the Executive Directory to the French People
The Life of Patrick Browne M D Author of the History of Jamaica
On the Use of Sea Water in Agriculture from the Earl of Dundonalds
tures and Commerce from whose Transactions it is extracted
Account of the different Sums of Money that have been paid by Great Bri
Account of the Number of Foreign Troops actually in British Pay laid
Supplies granted by Parliament for the Service of the Year 1795 116
Prices of the Products of Live Stock paid by the VictuallingOffice from
On the Instability of the Greek and Roman Republics from Whitakers
Account of the Total Net Produce of the Duties of Excise in England
Ode for the New Year 1795 by Henry James Pye Esq PoetLaureat 145
Protest against the Passing of the New Treason Bill 152
Earl Camdens Speech on Proroguing the Irish Parliament June 5 159
Proclamation respecting Dutch Bills of Exchange Feb 6 167
An Enquiry into the Foundation and History of the Law of Nations in Europe
Proclamation issued by his Majesty relative to seditious Assemblies 176
Pro Memoria or Note delivered by the Prussian
Anecdotes of Mr Robert Bakewell of Dishley from the Gentlemans

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Page 293 - In order to terminate all differences on account of the losses sustained by the citizens of the United States, in consequence of their vessels and cargoes having been taken by the subjects of his Catholic Majesty, during the late war between Spain and France, it is agreed, that all such cases shall be referred to the final decision of commissioners, to be appointed in the following manner...
Page 291 - These merchandizes which follow shall not be reckoned among contraband or prohibited goods; that is to say, all sorts of cloths, and all other manufactures woven of any wool, flax, silk, cotton or any other materials whatever; all kinds of wearing apparel, together with the...
Page 289 - And in all cases of seizure, detention, or arrest, for debts contracted or offences committed by any citizen or subject of the one party, within the jurisdiction of the other, the same shall be made and prosecuted by order and authority of law only, and according to the regular course of proceedings usual in such cases.
Page 295 - Three of the said Commissioners shall constitute a board, and shall have power to do any act appertaining to the said Commission, provided that one of the Commissioners named on each side, and the fifth Commissioner shall be present, and all decisions shall be made by the majority of the voices of the Commissioners then present.
Page 124 - I received your letter with indignation, and with scorn return you this answer; that I cannot but wonder whence you should gather any hopes...
Page 173 - ... consisting of the most considerable persons, to which the parties who think themselves aggrieved may appeal ; and this superior court judges by the same rule which governs the court of Admiralty — viz. the law of nations, and the treaties subsisting with that neutral power, whose subject is a party before them. ' " If no appeal is offered, it is an acknowledgment of the justice of the sentence by the parties themselves, and conclusive.
Page 171 - When two powers are at war, they have a right to make prizes of the ships, goods, and effects of each other, upon the high seas. Whatever is the property of the enemy...
Page 37 - Nations, was the son of Adam Smith, comptroller of the customs at Kirkaldy, 1 and of Margaret Douglas, daughter of Mr. Douglas of Strathenry. He was the only child of the marriage, and was born at Kirkaldy on the 5th of June 1723, a few months after the death of his father. His constitution during infancy was infirm and sickly, and required all the tender solicitude of his surviving parent. She was blamed for treating him with an unlimited indulgence; but it produced no unfavourable effects on his...
Page 272 - Treaty signed this day. It shall be ratified, and the ratifications shall be exchanged at the same time. In witness whereof, the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the same, and have affixed thereto their seals.
Page 53 - Theory of Moral Sentiments, most of which were composed under severe disease, had fortunately been sent to the press in the beginning of the preceding winter?" and the author lived to see the publication of the work. The moral and serious strain that prevails through these additions, when connected with the circumstance of his declining health, adds a peculiar charm to his pathetic eloquence, and communicates a new interest, if possible, to those sublime truths, which, in the academical retirement...

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