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To cacb article is annexed the number of the page of this volume in which it is to be found. 1987. Jan 15. A convention, explanatory of the late commercial treaty, signed at Paris by Mr Eden and the French plenipotentiary, page 5.

Feb. 3. The court of exchequer, at Edinburgh, determine a cause against the bur. geffes of Dumbarton, by which they find, That the magiftrates of royal boroughs are not obliged to produce annually in exchequer the accounts of the expenditure of the public money, p. 97:

4. The insurgents in Massachussett's Bay, in New England, defeated by General Lincoln, and tranquillity restored, p. 150,

14. The Empress of Ruffia arrives at Kiow in her journey to the Crimea, p. 142. 343. 297.

13. The House of Lords voted, That the Duke of Queensberry and Lord Aber. corn having been created British Peers, do cease to fit as representatives of the Scots Peerage, p. 70.

21. A memorial presented to the magiftrates of Edinburgh, by the managers of the charity work-house, itating the diftreffed fituation of that institution, p 99.

12. A grand assembly of the Notables of France held at Versailles, p. 144.

26. Mr Pitt makes a motion in the House of Commons relative to the consolida, tiön of the customs, &c p. 168.

March 30. The claims of the inhabitants of St Eustatia heard before the privy council, and determined in their favour against Lord Rodney and General Vaughìn, P. 999

April 3. The burgefles of Dumbarton take a protest againd their magistrates, for having refolved, at the defire of the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, to inftruct their re. presentatives to oppose the plan of reform in the boroughs in parliament, p. 202.

19. Mr Herschel discovers three volcanoes in the moon, p. 317.

aí. A memorial presented by the grand jury at the Old Bailey, to the Lord May. or, &c. respecting the profanation of the Lord's Day, p.301.

24. The trustees begin to pay, at the Prince of Wales's treasury, dine per cent. of bis Royal Highness's debts, p. 200.

30. The Lord Chancellor, in the House of Lords, declares his sentiments of the Scots fi&titious votes, P: 351,

May 6. An arret publifhed in France respecting the entry of English merchandise, in consequence of the commercial treaty, p. 352.

10. The Commons impeach Mr Hastings at the bar of the House of Lords, P. 378. 425

io. Hoftilities commenced in Holland between the patriots and Stadtholderians, p. *43.

11. A bill for farming the poft-horse tax passed by the House of Commons, p. 333.

32 The commercial treaty with France takes place, p. 347. Rejoicings upon that occafion, ib.

13. The store ships, and transports with conviés, fail from Portsmouth, for Box tany Bay, in New Holland, p. 247.

21. A message from his Majtky delivered by Mr Pitt to the House of Commons, requesting provifion to be made for paying the Prince of Wales's debts, &c. p. 329.

as. A remarkably brilliant drawing-room at St James's, in consequence of the Prince of Wales's coming again to court, p. 148. 25. The assembly of the Notables at Versailles diffolved, p. 199.

26. Their Majefties honour Mr W bitbread with a visit to bis brewery in Chis. well Atreet, P. 355..

28. Mr Sheridan proposes in the House of Commons, to present a petition relative to the reform in the Scots borongbs, p. 478.

June 1. A proclamation issued for the encouragement of piety and virtue, and the fuppreffion of vice and immorality, p. 306.

S. The celebrated Counters de La Motte escapes from her prison in the Sal-betriere, at Paris, p. 299.491.

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Do esed article is annexed ibe number of the page of this volume in wbich it is to be found. 1987. Fow 1$. A convention, explanatory of the late commercial treaty, signed Paris by Mr Eden and the French plenipotentiary, page 5. Feb. 2. The court of exchequer, at Edinburgh, determine a cause against the bur. peks of Dumbarton, by which they find, That the magiftrates of royal boroughs are not obliged to produce annually in exchequer the accounts of the expenditure of the public money, p. 97.

4. The insurgents in Massachussett's Bay, in New England, defeated by General
Lincoln, and tranquility restored, p. 150,

0. The Empreis of Ruffia arrives at Kiow in her journey to the Crimea; p. 842,
943. 297.
13. The House of Lords voted, That the Duke of Queensberry and Lord Aber.
barn baving been created British Peers, do cease to fit as representatives of the Scots
Peerage, p. 70.

21. A memorial presented to the magiftrates of Edinburgh, by the managers of
the charity work-house, stating the diftreffed fituation of that institution, p 99.
11. A grand assembly of the Notables of France held at Versailles. p. 144.
26. Mr Pitt makes a motion in the House of Commons relative to the consolida,
tion of the cuftoms, &c p. 168.

March 30. The claims of the inhabitants of St Eustatia heard before the privy
conocil, and determined in their favour against Lord Rodney and General Vaug-

Apis 3. The burgeffes of Dumbarton take a protest again their magiftrates, for
having refohed, at the defire of the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, to joftruct their re-
presentatives to oppose the plan of reform in the boroughs in parliament, p. 202.

19. Mr Herschel discovers three volcanoes in the moon, p. 317.
21. A memorial presented by the grand jury at the Old Bailey, 10 the Lord May.
#, &e, respecting the profanation of the Lord's Day, p.301.
24. The trustees begin to pay, at the Prince of Wales's treasury, nine per cent.
of bis Royal Highness's debts, p. 200.

30. The Lord Chancellor, in the House of Lords, declares his sentiments of the
kvets fiitious votes, p: 351,
May 6. An arret published in France respecting the entry of English merchandise,
consequence of the commercial treaty, p. 352.
10. The Commons impeach Mr Hattings at the bar of the House of Lords,
to. Hoflilities commenced in Holland between the patriots and Stadtholderians,
11. A bill for farming the poft-horse tax pafled by the House of Commons, p. 333.
12. The commercial treaty with France takes place, p. 347. Rejoicings upon
that occasion, ib.
13. The forefhips, and transports with convicts, sail from Portsmouth, for Bo-
tany Bay, in New Holland, p. 247.

21. A meflage from his Maje #y delivered by Mr Pitt to the House of Commons,
nequeting provifion to be made for paying the Prince of Wales's debts, &c. p. 329.
15. A remarkably brilliant drawing-room åt St James's, in consequence of the
Prince of Wales's coming again to court, P: 248.
25. Thë affembly of the Notables at Versailles disolved, P: 199.
26. Their Majeftics honour Mr Whitbread with a visit to his brewery in Chis.
28. Mr Sheridan proposes in the House of Commons, to present a petition re-
lative to the retorm in the Scots borongbs, p. 478.

Jane 2. A proclamation ifsued for the encouragement of piety and virtue, and the
fupprefhon ot vice and immorality, P: 306.
5. The celebrated Countele de La Motte escapes from her prison in the Sal-Pe-
triae, at Paris, p. 199.495.

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