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For the YEAR 1795.
Effects of the new Conftitution established in Poland.-External and internal.-Notice to all the European Powers of the New Changes in Poland. Schemes of the Courts of Petersburgh, Berlin, and Vienna, for the complete Subjugation and Dismemberment of Poland.—Patriotic Affiociations in that Kingdom, in Support of the New Conftitution.-Difficulties and Perplexities of the Poles.-Plan of Defence against an expected Attack by Ruffia.-Oppofed by the Nobles.-Interference of Ruffia, and Declaration of the Ruffian Ambassador to the King and Polish Diet.The Nobles defift from their Oppofition to the Plan for National Defence.A cordial Union between all Individuals and Parties.-The King of Poland invefted with the Command of the Polish Armies.-The Ruffian Army enters the Frontiers of Poland.-Various Actions between the Ruffian and Polish Troops.-Application of the Poles for the ftipulated Succours to the King of Pruffia.-Thefe refufed.-Signal Victory obtained by the Poles over the Ruffians.-Inefficacy of this for the great End for which they had taken up Arms.-Prevalence of the Ruffian Power-Submiffion of the Polish Nation.-Proteft in the Diet against this Submiffion.-Popular Diffatisfaction and Indignation at the Proceedings of the Diet.
HE eftablishment of the new conftitution in Poland excited very different fenfations among its VOL. XXXVII.
various neighbours. Sweden and Denmark, whofe dread of Ruffia inclined them to wish for a diminu[B]
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