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Battle of Vimiera, and Convention of Cintra.. 1808 .. 290 Death of General Moore

.......... 291 Lords Gambier and Cochrane defeat the French in Basque Roads

....... 1809 .. ibid. Lieutenant Hankey killed in a successful

action against a Russian Flotilla ............ ibid. Lord Collingwood captures three First Rates,

two Frigates, and twenty Transports, in Rosas Bay

292 Unfortunate Espedition to Walcheren

ibid. Ministerial Duel

ibid. The JUBILEE

ibid. Battle of Talavera

......... 293 Austria makes Peace with France i muakes reace with France

.......... ibid. Riots on account of Sir Francis Burdett .. 1810 .. 296 Attempted Assassination of the Duke of Cumberland

............... ibid. Battle of Busaco

....................... ibid. Death of the Princess Amelia

............ 297 The Prince accepts the Regency conditionally for one year only

1811 .. ibid. Battle of Almeida ........................ ibid. Battle of Albuera

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298 Sea fight between the President and Little Belt ......... Success of Captain Barry off Corsica ......... ..... ibid. Loss of the Barham

ibid. Surrender of Batavia to the British

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ibid. Capture of Badajos

299 Battle of Almarez ......

ibid. Atrocious murders in the Metropolis, and Assassination of Mr. Perceval

.............. ibid. Battle of Salamanca

............. ibid. Bonaparte goes to Russia

............... ibid. Summary of the Work

... 300 Conclusion ........

..... 305 VOL. II.

ERRATA.

ibid.

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ERRATA.

VOL. II.

Page 26, line %, a Comma after “infernal,”
...... 34, ...... 5, for address read address’d.
...... 34, ...... 7, read the line thus,

(Fighting, compard with talking, he lov'd best.")
53, ...... 4, read foes with an Apostrophe.
...... 58, (Note), for shif read shift.

78, line 9, for sanate read senate.
81, ...... 4, for Solimon read Solomon.
89, ....... 9, for innocent's read innocents.
97, ...... 7, for act read fact.

102 ...... 1 of the Note, insert were after the word death.
......118, ... ... 3 from bottom, for victim read victims.
....., 120, ......16, for swear read swears.
...... 132 is mispaged 123
......137, line i, for thos read those
......149, ...... 2 from bottom, for Alicru read Alicia.
......150, ......12, for friend read fiend.
.................. 1 from bottom, insert was before shewn.

164, ... ... 10, for antre read autre.

168, ...... 5 from bottom, insert was after himself.
......172, ...... 6, insert (after Denmark) crowned 1702.
......176, ..... 3, clele while.
......177. ...... 5 from bottom, for join read joins.
......191, ...... 3, for Carterret read Carteret.
...... 192. ...... 7, for aonther read another.
......194 is mispaged 149.
......195, last line, insert of after but.
...... 200, after line 2, insert 1739.
....., 202, at the end of line 7. dele 1763.

.205, at the end of line 8, insert 1747.
......218, line 4, for scutchend read scutcheond.
....., 220,......11, for sociery read society.
pag... 235, at the end of line 9, insert 1770.

..237, at the end of line 3, insert 1775.

..240, at the end of line 2, insert 1779.
...... 259, lint 5, for preambulate read perambulate,
...... 294,......13, for distant read foreign.
......303, ...... 9, for pens read pen.

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