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twenty-eight Millions flerling.--Debates concerning the Terms of the Loan.
-An Address moved, expressing the Readiness of the House to concur in
CHA P. IV.
Free Negroes in the Trand of Jamaica.--Hunted by blood-Hounds.-Motion,
by Mr. Grey, in the Houje of Commons, for an Inquiry into the State of
en-India Islands.- Neglect and Disrefles of the Troops. -Motion for
-Charges laid against Minifiry, by Mr. Grey, as Ground of Impeach-
CH A P. V.
Firp Cares and Employment of the French Directory.-Determination to
keep alive the Martial Spirit of the French Nation. And to Extend their
tons.--Prevented.--Plan of Directory for Military Operations.—Mani-
CH A P. VI.
Address of the Directory to the French Armies.--Determination io carry the
War into Italy.---Difficulties to be encountered in carrying this Plan into
rapid Progress in Italy.--The Auftrians, under General Peaulieu, cand
CH A P. VII.
Exultation of the French at the Succelles of their Armies.-Their Army in
Italy animated by the Praises of their Countrymen, and the Conversation
well as the Proclamations of Buonaparte to a high Pasion for Glory.
into the Tyrolese. -The Siege of Mantua resumed.-Marshal Wurmfer,
Territories. But is defeated.---The French take Pollefion of Trent.-
CHA P. IX.
Campaign in Germany. -Opporte Designs of the French and Auflrians.-
Succeljes of the French.---They intes Ehrenbritslein.--Driven back, by the
-The Tide of Success turned against the French by the Germans, under the
c H A P.
State of Parties in France.--A Revival of the Reign of Terror threatened in
the Southern Departments by Freron.---The Directory defert and oppose
The Haughtiness of the Directory towards different Nations Particularly
towards the Dutch, rehom they confider, not as Confederates, but a conquered
CH A P.' XIII..
In France, a General wish for Peace.—But the Popularity of the War with
England fill continued.Overture of Peuce from England to the French
APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLE.