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of Parliament.-Meffage from the King, refpelling Overtures of
From the Confular Government of France.-Debates thercon in both

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CHAP. IX.

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CHAP. XI.

Siege of Genou.-Arrival of Massena there.― Situation of the French Troops,
and of the Inhabitants of Genoa.-Changes in the Army, and in the civil
Adminiftration of the Genoefe Republic-The English Fleet blockades Ge-
noa, while the Auftrian Army, under General Melas, befieges it by Land.
State of the Auftrian Army; and Military Skill and Addrefs of Melas in

opening the Campaign.-Compofition and Pofition of the Army of Genoa,

or the right wing of the French Army of Italy.-Succeffes of the Auftrians.

-Revolution of Vado.-Viciffitudes and Progrefs of the Siege of Genoa.—

Conference opened for the Evacuation of Genoa.-A Treaty concluded.—

Genoa evacuated

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CHAP. XIV.

Return from the Affairs of the Continent to thofe of Great Britain.—Difiurb-
ances in the Prision of Cold-Bath-Fields.—Mobs and Riots on Account ef
the exhorbitant Price of Bread.-Naval Exploits.—And Expeditions to the
Coafts of France, Spain, and Africa. Negociation for Peace with France
renewed. Reduction of the Island of Malta, under the Power of Great Bri-
tain. And of the Dutch fand of Curaçao.—An English Fleet, with
Troops on board, menaces Cadiz.-Affairs of Egypt.-West Indies.-

Eaft Indies.A Storm brewing in the North of Europe.-Summary Re-

view of the Eighteenth Century

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APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLE.

London Gazette, January 21, 1800

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An Efimate of the Expenfes of Housekeeping, between the Years 1773 and

1800

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Report of the Committee of the House of Commons, respecting Bread, Corn,

&c.

ibid.

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Annual Amount of Wheat imported to London, from 1781 to 1800 139

Refolutions of the Grand Jury of the County of York, respecting the Scar-
city

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Return of the total Number of effective Rank and File actually ferving, in the
Pay of Great Britain, to Dec. 24, 1800

Lift of Irish Parliament Annuitants

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Account of the Amount of the Public funded Debt of this Kingdom, at the be
ginning of the Years 1730, 1740, 1750, 1760, 1765, 1770, 1775,
1780, 1785, 1790; 1791, 1792, 1795, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797,
1798, 1799, and 1800

ibid.

Account of the Amount of Bank of England Notes in Circulation, in the

Years 1797, 1798, 1799, and 1800
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Financial Refolutions moved by Mr. Pitt, and carried by a large Majority in

the House of Commons, July 28, 1800

An Account of the total net Produce of the permanent Taxes, for the Year end-
ing April 5, 1800

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A general Bill of Chriftenings and Burials for 1800
Meteorological Table for 1800

STATE PAPERS.

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Letter from General Menou to Sir Sidney Smith, informing him of the Affaf-

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Convention between his Britannic Majefty and the King of the Romans, June

20, 1800

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Treaty between the King of Great Britain and the Elector of Mentz, April

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