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LONDON: RICHARD BENTLEY, NEW BURLINGTON STREET.

NEW YORK: DIX, EDWARDS, AND CO.

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[The Letters now first published or collected are marked N.]

LETTER

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205. To Mann, Jan 17.-The rebels fortifying themselves in Scotland-Hawley's

executions—Anecdotes of Hawley-French invasion laid aside . . .

206. To the same, Jan. 28.- Battle of Falkirk . . . . . . 3

207. To the same, Feb. 7.--- Flight of the rebels-New regiments-Confusion at

court . .

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208. To the same, Feb. 14.-Insurrection in the Closet—The Pelhams throw

up the Seals- Reconciliation and return to office- History of a long

Administration . . . . . . . . . . .

209. To the same, March 6.-Re-union of the dispersed clans--Lord Lovat ...

210. To the same, March 21.- The rebels take Fort Augustus— The Prince of

Wales's new Opposition . . . . . . . . .

211. To the same, March 28.–The rebels out of spirits-Lady Walpole-Peggy

Banks--The Opera-Shocking murder . . . . . . .

212. To the same, April 15.-The rebellion at its last gasp-Supplies from

France taken-Hanoverian troops-Trial of Hawley - Marriage of Lord

Kildare-An odd discovery-Strange event . . . . . .

213. To the same, April 25.–Battle of Culloden-Escape of the young Pretender

– Fireworks and illuminations-Death of Mr. Winnington . . .

214. To the same, May 16.-End of the Rebellion-01d Tully bardine – Lords

Kilmarnock, Balmerino, and Ogilvie prisoners - Antwerp taken . .

215. To Montagu, May 22.- Visit to Langley—The Sidney papers-Sir Philip

Sidney's defence of the Earl of Leicester . . . . . . .

216. To the same, June 5.—Character of the Prince of Hesse-Fame of the

Violette . . . . . . . . . . .

217. To Mann, June 6.—Marriage of the Princess Mary to the Prince of Hesse.

218. To Montagu, June 12.- Anecdotes of the Prince of Hesse--Lady Caroline

Fitzroy-Dick Edgecumbe . . . . . . . . . 27

219. To the game, June 17.-Prospect of Peace - Death of Augustus Townshend. 28

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220. To Mann, June 20. — Battle of Placentia — Old Tully bardine and Lord

Cromartie in the Tower-Death of Jack Spenser . .

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221. To Montagu, June 24.-— Ministerial changes-Arrival of rebel prisoners.

Jack Spenser's will—Lady Townshend's bon-mots---Anecdotes of Lords

Bath and Sandys, and of the Duke of Cumberland . . . . .

222. To the same, July 3.- Promotions and marriages . . . . .

223. To Mann, July 7.—Lord Lovat, and Murray the Pretender's secretary, taken 34

224. To Conway, July 19.- Lady Caroline Fitzroy-- "The Beauties”— Fanny

Murray. N. . . . . . . . .

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225. To the same, July 24.-Mr. Fox's commendation of his Epistle to Eckardt. N.

226. T. Mann, Aug. 1. — Trials of the rebel Lords — Description of Lords

Kilmarnock, Cromartie, and Balmerino-Intercessions in their behalf-

Confessions of Murray . . . . . . . . .

227. To Montagu, Aug. 2.—Trials of the rebel Lords—Anecdotes . . . .

228. To the same, Aug. 5.—Discoveries of Murray–Lady Cromartie's petition-

Anecdotes of the rebel Lords—The Duke of Cumberland’s ball . . 45

229. To the same.—Lord Cromartie's pardon-Lady Caroline Fitzroy's marriage.

230. To Mann, Aug. 12. — Opera squabbles — The Violette — Lord Sandwich's

embassy-Marriage of Lady Charlotte Fermor, and of the Princess Louisa

to the King of Denmark—Wanderings of the young Pretender-Conduct of

the rebel Lorus-Story of Lord Balmerino . . . . . . .

231. To Montagu, Aug. 16.–Anecdotes of the rebel Lords under sentence . .

232. T. Mann, Aug. 21. --Account of the execution of Lords Balmerino and

Kilmarnock . . . . . . . . . . .

233. To the same, Sept. 15.—Lady Orford and Mr. Shirley . . . . .

234. To the same, Oct. 2.- Arrival of Mr. Chute from Italy-Mr. Whithed

described . . . . . . . . . . . .

235. To Conway, Oct. 3.-Enclosing Gray's “Ode on a distant Prospect of Eton

College” . . . . . . . . . . ...

236. To Mann, Oct. 14.-Defeat of the allies in Flanders-Capitulation of Genoa

-Acquittal of Cope-General Oglethorpe's sentence . . . .

237. To Conway, Oct. 24.-Campaign in Scotland . . . . . .

238. To Montagu, Nov. 3. —Epilogue to Tamerlane . . . . . .

239. To Mann, Nov. 4. - Ministerial changes - Lord Chesterfield accepts the seals

-Expedition to Quiberon-Admiral Matthew's court-martial . . .

240. To the same, Nov. 12 . . . . . . . . . .

241. To the same, Dec. 5.- Marriages-Reformations in the army—Arrest of

Orator Henley- Theatricals . . . . . . . . .

242. To the same, Dec. 25.-Trial of Lord Lovat-Mr. Davis's copy of Domi-

nichino . . . . . . . . . . . .

243. To the same, Jan. 27.---The Prince of Wales's new Opposition . ..

244. To the same, Feb. 23.—The Opera—Debates on places and pensions-Lord

Kildare's marriage-- Panciatici—Anecdotes of Lords Holdernesse and

Hervey · · · · · · · ·

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245. To the same, March 20.—Lord Lovat's trial-Anecdotes . . . .

246. To the same, April 10.-Account of Lord Lovat's execution—The Inde-

pendents-Tottering state of the ministry-Civil war in the House of Finch

247. To Conway, April 16.-Mutability of fame and popularity-Lord Lovat's

burial-Story of George Selwyn-Debate on the Heritable Jurisdictions

bill

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248. To Mann, May 5.-The new Stadtholder-Scotch Clanships bill—Bill for

allowing counsel to prisoners on impeachment for treason-Resignations-

Holland House . . . . . . . . . . .

249. To the same, May 19.-Anson's victory—Death of Captain Grenville --

Mr. Dayrolles

250. To the same, June 5.- Sudden dissolution of Parliament — Rumoured

ministerial changes-Purchase of Strawberry Hill . . . . .

251. To Conway, June 8.—Description of Strawberry Hill—Dissolution of Par-

liament—Measures for carrying the elections . . . . . .

252. To Mann, June 26.-Election tumults -Sir Jacob Bouverie's peerage--The

Duchess of Queensberry at court-Instance of English bizarrerie . .

253. To Montagu, July 2.—IIl success of the army in the Netherlands—Battle of

Laffeldt-Gallant conduct of Mr. Conway_Naval captures . . .

254. To Mann, July 3.-Battle of Laffeldt-Capture of the Domingo fleet-Pro-

gress of the elections . . . . . . . . . .

255. To the same, July 28.—Piedmontese victory over the French-Death of the

Chevalier Belleisle . . . . . . . . . .

256. To the same, Sept. 1.- Bergen-op-Zoom—Sir James Grey-Panciatici . .

257. To Montagu, Oct. 1.-Cardinal Polignac's Anti-Lucretius -- George Selwyn--

Anecdotes . . . . . . . . . . . .

258. To Mann, Oct. 2.-Capture of Bergen-op-Zoom-Character of Mr. Chute-

Chit-chat-Anecdote of Lord Bath . . . . . . . .

259. To the same, Nov. 10.-Admiral Hawke's victory-Meeting of the new Par-

liament—The musical clock . . . . . . . ..

260. To the same, Nov. 24.-Meditates a journey to Florence-Congress at Aix-

la-Chapelle-Ministerial interference in the Seaford election-Mr. Potter

- Lady Mary Wortley Montagu's Eclogues . . . . ...

261. To the same, Jan. 12.-General disposition for war-Diplomatic changes-

Lord and Lady Coke-Matrimonial fracas . . . . . .

262. To the same, Jan. 26.-Mr. Legge's embassy to the King of Prussia —

Mr. Villiers-Ministers triumphant in Parliament-Admiral Vernon's

letters . . . . . . . . . . . .

263. To the same, Feb. 16.-Resignation of Lord Chesterfield-Ministerial changes

-Hitch in Mr. Legge's embassy—Discontent in the army-Public amuse-

ments—Moore's comedy of “The Foundling” . . . . .

264. To Mann, March 11.-Prevalence of miliary fever-Death of the Marquis of

Powis Private theatricals–Attempt to damn “ The Foundling ”—Ani-

mosities in the House of Commons--Buckingham assizes—Duchess of

Queensberry's masquerade . . . . . . . . .

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