To Sir Horace Mann, Feb. 28.-Alarming illness of Lord Orford.
Success of the coalition. Situation of the Pelhams. Masquerade
at the Venetian ambassadress's. Lady Townshend's ball. Mar-
shal Belleisle at Nottingham. Matrimonials on the tapis . 17
To the same, March 29. - Death of Lord Orford. Inquiry into
the miscarriage of the feet in the action off Toulon. Matthews
and Lestock. Instability of the ministry. Thomson's Tancred
and Sigismunda. Glover's “ Leonidas.” “ The Seasons.” Aken-
side's Odes. Quarrel between the Duchesses of Queensberry
and Richmond. Rage for conundrums . . . 20
To the same, April 15.-Reflections on his father's death. Com-
pliments paid to his memory. Mediterranean miscarriages .
To the same, April 29. – Disadvantages of a distant correspond-
ence. Death of Mr. Francis Chute, and of poor Patapan.
Prospect of a battle in Flanders. Marshal Saxe . .
To the same, May 11.-Battle of Fontenoy. Bravery of the Duke
of Cumberland. Song, written after the news of the battle,
by the Prince of Wales
To George Montagu, Esq. May 18. — Condolence on the death of
Mr. Montagu's brother at Fontenoy
To Sir Horace Mann, May 24.- Popularity of the Duke of Cum-
berland. Lady Walpole. Story of Lord Bath's parsimony - 32
To George Montagu, Esq. May 25. — Account of the family at
Englefield Green. Sir Edward Walpole. Dr. Styan Thirlby . 33
To the Hon. H. S. Conway, May 27.—Despairs of seeing his friend
a perfect hero. The Why. .
To Sir Horace Mann.-Recommendatory of Mr. Hobart, after-
wards Lord Buckinghamshire . . . . 36
To the same, June 24.-Expected arrival from Italy of Lady
Orford. Surrender of the citadel of Tournai. Defeat of
Charles of Lorrain. Revolution in the Prince of Wales's court.
Miss Neville. Lady Abergavenny . . . 37
To George Montagu, Esq. June 25.— Mistley, the seat of Mr.
Rigby, described. Fashionable At Homes. Lady Brown's Sun-
day parties. Lady Archibald Hamilton. Miss Granville.
Jemmy Lumley's assembly
To the Hon. H. S. Conway, July 1. – Tournai and Fontenoy.
Gaming act . .
To Sir Horace Mann, July 5.-Seizure of Ghent and Bruges by
the French .
To the same, July 12
To George Montagu, Esq. July 13. — Success of the French in
Flanders. Lord Baltimore. Mrs. Comyns
To Sir Horace Mann, July 15