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Extract from the Trial of the Mutineers on board the Bantry Bay Squadror,
by a Naval Court Martial, held on board the Gladiator, in Portsmouth Harlour
. 553 Trial of Governor Wall, by a Special Commission, directed to tbe Chief
Bzron Macdonald, Judges Rooke and Lawrence, and the Recorder, af the Old Bailey'.
500 Particulars of the wilfulloj casting away of the Brig Adventure, for the
Purpose of defrauding the Underwriters, for which Richard Codling, her Captain ; John Reid, Supercargo; and George Easterby and Wile lian Macfarlane, Owners of the said Brig, were tried at an Admiralty Sessions, at the Old Bailey . .
. 50s General Bill of Christenings and Burials, from December 1801 to Decemler 1802
571 Ausrage Prices of Grain for the Year 1802
572 Prices of Stock for the Year 1802
573 Supplies granted by Parliament for she Year 1802 : Taies imposed in the Year 1802 . A List of the Public Bills which received the Royal Assent in the Course
of the Second Session of the First Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland ...
591 Meteorological Journal
STATE PAPERS. Message from his Majesty to the House of Commons, Feb. 15 i 604 The like, April 27 His Majesty's Speech to both Houses of Parliament, at the Close of the
Second Session of the Imperial Parliament, June 23 Lords Protest agninst the passing of the Malt Bill .
605 Message from his Majesty to the House of Commons, June 11 , 606 His Majesty's Speech to both Houses, on opening the Third Session of the Imperial Purliament, November 23 . .
. 507 Definitive Treaty of Peace l'etween the French Republic, his Majesty the
King of Spain and the Indies, and the Batavian Republic for the one Part); and his Majesty, the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (on the other Part). .
. 608 Separate Article to the Definitive Treaty, added thereto, March 27 614 Separate Convention between France and the Batavian Republic, erplana
tory of the 13th Article of the Definitive Treaty between France, Spain,
and Holland, on the one Part, and Great Britain on the other Partib. Proclamation ly the king ..
615 The like, declaring the Conclusion of the War Ertract of a Letter from his Excellency Lord St. Helen's to the Right Hon. Lord Hawkeslury, dated Petersburgh, April 2
. ib. Convention
Convention between his Britannic Majesty and the United States of America,
touching the Difficulties arising in the Execution of the Sixth Article of the Treaty of 1794
616 Notice issued in Consequence of the Convention with the American States,
on the sth of January , Letter from the Secretary of State to Colonel Hislop, April 2 , 619 Official Note delivered by the Reis Effendi to Alexander Stratton, Esq. July 29
. . ib. Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the Regency of Tunis ib, Letter of Hamouda, Pacha Bey of Tunis, to the First Consul of the French Republic
er · · 621 Decree respecting Emigrants, published at Paris April 27 . ib. Address to the Legislative Body of France, on the 6th of May 1802, when the Treaty of Amiens was communicated to them .
023 Treaty concluded the 20th of May 1802, between the French Republic and
his Serene Highness the Duke of Wittemburg . in 625 Treaty concluded between France and the Prince of Orange : 626 Definitive Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the Sublime * Ottoman Porte
627 Message of the Consuls of the Republic to the Conservative Senate, July 29,
629 Senatus Consultum, August 2
630 Circular Letter of the Minister of the Interior to the Prefects of the different Departments, August 4
631 Project of a Senatus Consultum for organizing the Constitution . 632 Senatus Consulte for organizing the Constitution, August 4
633 Article taken from the Paris official Paper, the Moniteur, August 9 Treaty between the French Republic, Prussia, and Bavaria
640 Decree of Mederic-Louis-Elie Moreau de Saint Mery, issued at Parma, October 23
, 041 Constitution of the Italian Republic
.: 642 · Proclamation of the Italian Republic, issued by a Committee of the Government, at Milan, February 0.
. 646 Dispatch from the French Minister of Foreign 4ffairs to the French Chargé
linistonner ď Affaires Bacher, at the Diet of Ratisbon, February 14 . 048 The Vice-president of the Italian Republic to his Fellow Citizens . 650 The Council of State of the Italian Repullic to the First Consul of the French * Republic, President of the Italian Republic, April 5 . . 651. Letter to the Holy Father, from those new French Bishops who have occupied
Episcopal Sees without being instituted by the Holy See . . ib. Decree of Alsolution and Dispensation granted by the Cardinal Legate to
thuse of the new French Bishops who, without the Apostolic Institution
of the Holy See, have occupied Episcopal Sees* . . ib. Proclamation of the Government of the Bishopric of Munster on the Ens trance of the Prussian Troops into that Country, July 27 : 652
Full Powers of the Empire for the Deputation, charged with the Discussion
of the Points which remain yet to be regulated for the Fulfilment of the
.. . 653
for Foreign Affairs, Sitting of Saturday the 21st of August 1902, stating
the Conclusum on the German Indemnities . . . if
the 21st of October 1802, and the Opinion of Austria on the general
Convention concluded between the Municipality of Zurich and the Com-
missary of the Helvetic Government
Proclamation of the General in Chief, Leclerc, to the Inhabitants of St. * Domingo
690 The General in Chief of the Army of St. Domingo to the Minister of the Marine and Colonies, May 3
. 691 The Same to the Same. . Extract of a letter from General Leclerc, at St. Domingo, to the Minister of Marine, June 11 .
-093 Speech of his Honour the Lieutenant-governor of Jamaica (General Nugent) to the General Assembly of that Island, June 17 .
694 Message from his Honour the Lieutenant-governor, sent over to the House of Assembly, on the 17th Day of June
695 Proceedings of the House of Assembly of Jamaica, Kingston, June 21 696 Message from his Honour the Lieutenant-governor, sent, over to the House of Assembly, June 21
699 Proceedings of the House of Assembly, June 22
700 Message of the President of the United States of America to the Congress, Dec. 15
. . : 701
CHARACTERS. Character of John Earl of Clare, late Lord High Chancellor of Ireland, ly Dr. William Magee
. . 705 Particulars of the Life and Character of Dr. William Robertson, by Professor Dugald Stewart ..
. . 711 Sketch of the Life and Character of the late Sir Eardley Wilmot, 718 Account of the Mamalukes, with the Characters of their principal Beys 726 Account of the Principal Characters of the Ottoman Empire in 1801 7732 Of the exterior Appearance and bodily Constitution of the Laplanders, &c. 734 Account of the Manner of contracting of Marriages, and Method of lathing, used by the Fins
. 733 Manners and Characters of the different Inhalitants of Egypt . 742 Some Particulars of the Life and Writings of the learned James Harris
NATURAL HISTORY. Account of the Pearl Oyster, and Pearl Fishery, on the Island of Ceylon Account of the Nile and Climate of Egypt .
755. Account of the Ophthalmia in Egypt, ly Witman . . . 757 Account of the Indigo-plant, and the Preparation of Indigo, by Citizen
Bulley An Account of the Tea Tree, ly Frederick Pigou, Esq. : 503
On the destructive Effects of the Aphis and Blights on Fruit Trees; with
useful Observations for preventing them. By Thomas Andrew Knight,
Description of Pompey's Pillar and Cleopatra's Needle. By Captain