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Second Report of the Grand Judge, respecting the Plots of the Person

named Drake, Minister from England at Munich, and of the Person
named Spencer Smith, Minister from England at Stutgard, against
France and the Person of the First Consul : dated Paris, April 11th,
1804, and signed Regnier

622
Account of the Arrest of the Duke D'Enghuien, from the French Official
Paper the Moniteur. Strasburgh, March 16, 1804

627
Oficial Report of the Trial of the Duke D'Enghuien, at Vincennes. Paris,
March 24, 1805

628
Copy of the Requisition transmitted by the French Minister for Foreign Af-
fairs to Baron Edelsheim, Minister of the Elector of Baden, for the
Purpose of arresting the Duke D'Enghuien. Signed, C. M. Talleyrand,
and dated at Paris, March 10, 1804

630
Circular Letter of the French Minister of Foreign Affairs to the Foreign

Ministers resident at Paris. Signed C. M. Talleyrand, and dated at
Paris, March 24, 1804

ib.
Answer of the Imperial Minister thereto

631
Ditto of the Russian Charge d'Affairs

ib.
Ditto of the Prussian Minister

ib.
Ditto of the Danish Minister

632
Ditto of the American Minister

ib.
Ditto of the Bavarian Minister

ib.
Ditto of the Minister of the Ligurian Republic

633
Ditto of the Envoy of the Republic of Lucca
Ditto of the Envoy of the Swiss Confederacy

634
Ditto of the Portuguese Minister
Ditto of the Legate of the Sovereign Pontiff

ib.
Ditto of the Minister of Saxony

635
Ditto of the Minister of the Arch Chancellor of the German Empire ib.
Ditto of the Neupolitan Minister

636
Ditto of the Minister of the free Cities of the German Empire

ib.
Ditto of the Minister of the Langrave of Hesse Darmstadt
Ditto of the Batarian Minister
Ditto of the Minister of the Grand Master of

Malta

638
Official Account of the Death of Pichegru, extracted from the Moniteur, or
French Official Journal, of the 8th of April,' 1801

ib.
Copy of the Prince of Condé's Letter, conveying his Thanks to the Emigrants

for their public Expression of their Concern at the Murder of the Duke de
Enghuien. Wansteaul-House, April 27, 1801

639
Note from Francis Drake, Esq. English Mlinister at Munich, to Baron de

Montgelas, the Bavarian Minister of State, duted Munich, 30th of March,
1804

ib.
Note from the same to the same. Dated Munich, 31st of March, 1804

640
Note from the Baron de Montgelas, Minister of the Elector of Bavaria, to

Mr. Drake, the English Minister lo Bavaria. Dated Munich, March 31,
1804

641
Note

ib.

637

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of Ratisbon, relative to the Imperial Russian Note of the 7th of May,
concerning the Seizure of the Duke d'Enghuien. Dated Ratisbon, July
Verbal Declaration of the Minister of the Elector of Baden, made at the Dict
l'erbal Declaration of the Deputy for the Elcctorate of Bohemia and Arch-

duchy of Austria. Dated July 6, 1804
l'erbal Declaration of the Comitial Legation of the Electorate of Branden-

burgh. Dated July 6, 1804
Pote of Hanover in the Deliberations at the Diet of Ratisbon, relative to
the Russian Note concerning the Seizure of the Duke D'Enghuien, Dated

Ratisbon, July 21, 1801
Circular Note from M. Tallcyrand, French Minister of Foreign Affairs, ta

all the Agents of his Majesty the Emperor of the French. Dated Aix-la-
Decree passed by the Tribunale on the 3il of May, 1801, and carried up to

the Conservative Senate on the 4th of May
Message from the First Consul to the Conservative Senate, dated St. Cloud,

April 25, 1804, in Answer to thcir Proposition of making him Emperor
Official Account of the Proceedings of the French Nation 'on conferring the
Organic Senatus Consultum, extracted from the Register of the Conserva.
Note, addressed by M. Bacher, French Chargé d'Affaires, at the Dict
of Ratisbon, to the Dict, dated the 28th of May, 1804, a particular Note,

Note presented to the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, by the Russian
Chargé d'Affairs, M. Qubril ; relative to the Occurrences at Ettenheim,
schere the Duke D'Enghuicn was seize.. Dated Paris, April 20, 1804

642
Note transmitted by the French Minister for Foreign Relations to the Impc-
rial Russian Chargé d'Affaires, dated May 16th, 1804, and signed Ch.

642

Note presented by M. d'Orbril, Russian Chargé d'Affaires at Paris, to tlie

French Minister of Foreign Affairs. Paris, July 31st, 1804 644

Note from M. Talleyrand, French Minister for Foreign Affairs, delivered
to M. D'Oubril

, Russian Churgé d'Affairs at Paris. Dated 29th July,
Copy of the Note presented by M. D'Oübril, the Russian Chargé d' Afairs,
30

650
to the Minister for Foreign Affairs
Nole delivered by the Minister Resident of Russia, Mr. Kluppell, to Baron

d'Albini, and communicated to the Dict of Ratisbon, on the 6th of May,
1804. Dated at Ratisbon on the 5th of May, and signed de Kluppell

654
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Yote of his Majesty the King of Sweden, in the Deliberations of the Dict

7.

3.

ib.

655

ib.

656

ib.

657

659

660

on Napoleon Bonaparte

661

, Year 12, May 18, 1804

664

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Resolutions approving of the meritorious Conduct of Admiral Sir Thomas
Duckworth. Dated 17th Dec. 1804

708
Resolution relative to the Interference of the Board of Trade, in the inter-

nal Concerns of the Colony. Dated 17th Dec. 1804
Copy of Lord Camden's Letter upon the Subject of American Intercourse,

upon which the Lieut.-Governor of Jamaica founded his order of Council
of the 21st Nov. 1804. Dated 17th Dec. 1804

709
Address of the Assembly of Jamaica to his Majesty, upon the Subject of the
Prohibition of the Intercourse with America. Dated 18th December, 1804

ib.
Prorogation of the Assembly, 18th Dec. 1804

710
Message delivered by the President of the United States of America to both
Houses of Congress. Nov. 8, 1804

ib.
Proclamation by Dessalines, as Gov.-General of the Island, dated at the
Cape, April 28, 1804; first Year of Independence

714
Proclamation by Dessalines, dated at the Cape, May 8, 1804 ; first Year
of Independence

716

ado

686
Fate
683
901
695

by
Dube

CHARACTERS.

696
wed
697

Account of the late Sir William Jones, &c.

719
Particulars of the Life of William Edwards, the self-taught Welsh Bridge-
Builder

739
An Account of Goronwy Ozen

745
Dlemoranda of the late Mr. Pennant

748
The Streets of Paris described ; or Sketches of the Habits and Manners of
the lower Orders of Parisians

754'
Narrative of a late extraordinary Imposture, the pretended Darphin 772
Some Account of the Life and Ivrilings of Doctor Darwin

781
Acount of the celebrated Juvenile Dramatic Performer, universally styled
the Young Roscius

791

ib.

698
699
Dec.

ib.
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NATURAL HISTORY.

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Account of the Torpedo

17
Natural History of the Land Sulamander

85
Description of the Copper Mines and TV'orks in the Island of Anglesed 8.0
Anecdotes of the Greyhound

85
Obserrations on the rarious kinds of Timber found in New South Waks.

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USEFUL PROJECTS.

List of Patents for 1804

824 On the best Method of providing for Cottagers and Mechanics

828 The Dutch Method of curing Herrings. By J. Hinckley, Esq. F. S. A.

834 On the Preparation, Culture, and Use of the Orchis Root. By J. Percival, M. D.

838 Management of Orchards, and the Process of making Cycler and Perry 841 Account of a Method of gaining Land from the Sec. By Mr. John Knapping, of South Shoebury, Esser

818 Account of the Method used in recovering the Dutch Frigate Ambuscade, of

32 Guns, sunk near thc Great Nore. By Mr. Joseph Whitbey, Master

Attendant in Sheerness Dock-Yurk of the Manner of preparing China Suy, by Michael Von Grubbins', 8:9

851

ANTIQUITIES.

Articles Indented and accorded betwirt William Maitland Principal Secre

tarye and of the Priry Counsell with the Queene of Scots, and the Right Honourable Lord IVilliam Howard, Baron of Ellinghan, Knight of the Garter, and Lord Chamberlaine of Iloushold to the Queenes Majestic of Englanı, Commissioners for both ihe said Qucenes hereunto authorised at Greenwich the 6th Day of July, 1562

855 Narrative of certain Transactions during the Civil Wurs in which Colonel Lunsford wus concerned

857 Certeyne Orders and Dyrections to bec obscrveil by the Ilousckold, Officers,

and other Persons, Scrvantes to the Right Honourable Henry Earl of Huntingdom, for the better and more erquisite Performance of werie Man's Dutie in his severall Place, as well toward his Lordship as also towards the Right Honourable the Ladye Elizabeth, Countess of Huntingdon, his Wifc, to their most Honour and Profitt; which Orders their Honours Pleasure and express Commauniment is to have kept and obeyed, from the Time of the Declaration und Publishing of them

861 Description of the Form and Manner, how and by what Orders and CusComes the State of the Fellowship of the Middle Temple (one of the Houses of the Court) is maintained; and what Ways they have to attain unto Lcarning

873

MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.

Of the Muscles, with their Tendons, being the Instruments by which Animal Motion is performed

879 Ofthe Succession of Plants and Animals

884 Leters on the Subject of Education

886 Onthe proper Course of Elementury Study

896 POETRY.

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