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HISTORY OF EUROPE.

CH A P. to His Letter to the Army of Return of Buonaparte from Egypt to France.

Egypt.-- The Companions of his Fiyage.- Arrires at Corsica.--- And at Frejus in P'rovence.- Enthufiafiic Joy with which he was every where reteired. Proceeds by Lyons to Paris. - Hopes and Confidence / the Parisans, and in general all the French contered on this mililary Chief. Situation of the French Republic at this Period, external and internal.State of Parties.-Iar in the Il'eiern Departments.-eakness and Ilalf, measures of Government. -Nere political Changes medilated by Abté Sieycś. --Perfonal Interview betrecn the Abbé and Buonaparte.-Buonaparte carressed and courted by all Parties. --The Army alone courted by him.--He fazours and joins the moderate Party.-Character of Albé Sieyes. - And of Bonaparte. -Splendid Feafi giun in Honour of Brionaparte. - Project for a Change in te Government and Constitution.— Necessarily communicaled to considerable Numbers of the Members of both Councils.-Yet kept Secret till the Moment of Explosion..--The Council of Elders empowered by the Constitution of 1795 to transport the Legislature whenever it should think Proper to any Commune withiri a certain Distance of Paris Com. mand of the French Troops in and near Paris, vesied, by the Council o

El. ders, in Buonaparle.-Tranflution of the Legislative Bodies and the Di. reclory to St. Cloud

[1

CH A P. II. The Village of St. Cloud filled with Troops, and Spectators from Paris. The

Tiro Councils constituted there. Rehgnations of the Directorial Office.Motion in the Council of Elders for inquiring into the Reasons for their Transation to St. Cloud.-- A Debute on this Subjedi suspended, by a Mloliun for llefages to the Council of Five Hundred and the Directory, which was agreed to.- Buonaparte comes into the Hall and addresses a Speech to the Council of Elders, in which he states the Danger of the Country, and inviles them to affociate their Wijcom with the Force they had placed under his Command for its Salvation.- Opposition to Buonaparte, and a Change in the Constitution.— Buonaparte got's out and harangues the Soldiers and the People.Returns, and infifis'on the Nece/sity of taking Measures for the Realization of sacred Principles that had hitherto been only chimerical.Motion by Dalphonse, or renewing the Oath of Fidelity to the Cmflitution.

- This Motion opposed, and the Defects of the Conflitution briefly ftated. The Council of Elders adjourned till nine o'Clock in the Evening.- Proceedings in the Council oj Five Hundred.-Motion for a Committee for makK k 4

ing

ing a Report on the actual State of the Nation. And proposing Measures
for the public Interest.-Sufpicions exprefed of an intended Didatojhrip,
and Cries for maintaining the Conflitution.The actual Conftitution of
France distinguished from certain Republics.-Motion for renering the
Oath of Fidelity to the Constitution.Agreed to. And the Ceremony per-
formed with the greater lang froid, eren by the moderate Party.-Me
Jage from the Elders.--Buonaparte appears in the Couruil of Five Hune
dred.- Uproar and Violence.Lucian Brionaparte, together #ith his Robes,
lays afde the Office of Prchdent.--Threatened by the adverse Party.-Car-
ried out of the Hall by a Party of Grenadiers.--The Soldiers harangued
by both the Buonapartes.The Council of Five Hundred dispersed, and the
Legislature thus dijolved by a military Force

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СНА Р. III.
Effeas of wat passed in the Council of Five Hundred on the Deliberations and

Measures of the Council of Elders.--Meeting of the moderate Party in the
late Council of Five Hundred.-Speech of Lucian Buonaparte on the critical
State of the Nation.- A Committee of Five appointed to report on the Mea-

fures proper to be adopted in the present Crisis. - The Council addressed by

the Chairman of the Committee, by Boulay de la Meurthe, und again by

Lucian Buonaparte.--The Council adjourned, and the Sefion terminated.

Refleštions

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CH A P. IV.

First Measures of the consular Government.--Proclamations by the legislative

Body. And by the Chief Conful.-Now Oath to be taken by all public
Functionaries.---Letter to the foreign Mindflers of France.Writlen De-
fences of the Revolution of St. Cloud, and the provisional Government.-
Letter from the Chief Conful to the Army of Egypt.-Canciliatory Conduft

of Buonaparte.- Professed Spirit of the new Government.-- Odions Laxes

repealed. Measures of Finance.-of police and intcrial Government.-

Mercy extended to purious Clafles of Men:-Marine and Commerce.- A

new Constitution

[41

CH A P.. V.

The Return of Buonaparte from Egypt, the leading Event in the History of

1800.--The vasi and unbounded Power vejled in him by the new Confitu-

tion.-General Expectations and Presages.-- Able and prudent Conduct of

Buonaparte.-The Justice and Moderation of his Government.--His Sol-

citude to pacify and tranquillize France.---Meaus adopted for this purpose.

-Both of Persuasion and Force. -War in the western Deporinius. -- Ar-

mistice. --The War renewed. Overtures from Buonaparle jer Peace with

England. --Rejected

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CHA P. VII.
Aselage from kis Majesty, re/pecting the Employment of German Troops in.
flead of Rufjians.--Debates thereon in buth Houses.Motions for un Inquiry,
into the Failure of the Dutch Expedition, in both Houles.--Debates thereon.

- Supplies required. -Ways and Means for raising them

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CHĄ P. VIII.

Union with Ireland.--Resolution of the British Parliament thereon ratified by

the Irish Parliament. - Debateş on this Subject in both Houses of Parlia..

liament.--The Resolutions, with a few Allerations made in Ireland, rati-

fied by the British Parliament, and passed into a Lax'.-Sufpenfon of the

Flabeas Corpus.-Continnance of an Aa for preventing Muliny and Sedi-

tion.--Curn and Bread Bill.-Other Bills-And Motions for Bills.---Pro-

rogalion of Parliament

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CHA P. IX.

The Cefation of Arms in the discontented Provinces of France not Universal.

-Correspondence beiween Loyalip Chiefs and the English Fleet.-Supplies

received by the Chouans from England Conciliatory Measures persevered

in by Buonaparte.--Determination to Use force where these fail.- Part of

the Royalists agree to Terms of Peace ---Part remain in Arms and Hofii.

lity to the Republic. Lares of the Royalips among themselves. --Procla-

mations of General Brune, Commander-in-Chief of the French Army of

England. --Various Skirmishes.--The Chiefs of the Royalists, one after the

other, lay down their Arms.--General Pacification between the Republi-

cans and the Inhabitants of the Wefern Depurtments.Caption and Death

of the heroic Count Lewis de Frotté

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CHAP. X.

Both the allied Powers of Auflria and Great Britain determined to prosecute

the War againf France.-Circulur Letters of the Archduke Charles to the

anterior Circles of Germany. -Military Preparations in Germany and

France.- Proclamation by Buonaparte to the French, requiring the Means

of carrying on the War.--Situation of the French and Auflrian Arms at

and after the close of the Campaign of 1799.- French Army of Reserve at

Dijon.The French Army of the Rhine.-Its Position and Movements at

the beginning of the Campaign, 1800.-The Archduke Charles retires, and

is succeeded in the Command of the Army by General Kruy [168

C H A P, XÍ.
Säge of Genoa.--Arrival of Massena there.- Situation of the French Troops,

and of the Inhabitants oj Genoa. ~Changes in the Army, and in the ciril
Administration of the Genoeje Republic.The English Fleet blockades Ge-
noa, while the Austrian Army, under General Melas, befieyes it by Land.
State of the Auftrian Army; and Military Skill and Address of Melas in
opening the Campaign.--Composition and Poption of the Army of Genoa,
or the right wing of the French Army oj Italy.-Successes of the Auftrians.
-Recolution of Vado.- Vicissitudes and Progress of the

Sieye of Genna.
Conference opened for the Evacuation of Genoa. - A Treaty concluded.-

Genoa evacuated

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CHAP.

C HA P. XIF:
Army of Reserve. -Plan of Buonaparte for retriering the French Affairs in
Italy.-11e Marches his Army across the 110,-- Takes Potefimo
Afilm. Decific Battle of Maringo.

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CH A P. XIII.
Combined Campaign of Italy and Germany. --- The French Army, under le

reill, croles the Rhine at different Points: --The differont Dirifions alors
ble at Schafhausen.-Gencral Kray deepired by the fillud Alanautres of
Moreau. - Adions at Stockach and 11vfskirk; and Biixrach and line
quingen.— The Aufirian Army retire to Ulm, whither they are fillead
by the Frencii.- Plan of Moreau, for favouring the Operations of the Army
in Italy, gradually unfolded; which is, to retire from Ulm and the det
Banks of the Danube to the Lake of Confiance. --The Chenge in Italy in-
duces him to change the Flan of his Operations in Germany. - He repia's
to act on the Offenfire.-Crosses the Danube. --- Series of Actions.-G92
ral Kray leares Ulm, which is blockaded by a Division of the French din,
under the Orders of General Richenpanfe. -Contributions in Bataria.-
Munich taken. - Ärmi/licc. - Negociatim for Peace. - Broken off. The
Emperor joins the Aufirian Army.-A Prolongation of the Armistice.-
Expiration of the Truci, and Renewal of the l'ar.Armistice concluded at
Skyer on the Tuenty-fifth of December

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CH A P. XIV.
Rclurn from thc Affairs of the Continent in those of Great Brilain. -Difurt

ances in the Prilon of Cold-Bath-Fields.- Mobs and Riots on Account el
the exhorbitant Price of Bread.— Naval Exploits. And Expeditions to e
Coafts of France, Spain, and Africa.-- Negociation for Peace with Frenc:
renezed.- Reduction of the liland of Malia, under the Pouer of Great Bri-
tain. - And of the Dutch land of Curaçao.- - An English Fleet, with
Troops on hoard, menaces Cridiz.fairs of Egypt.-West Indies.-
Eajl ludies. -- A Storm brezing in the North of Europe. --Summary Re-
view of the Eighteenth Century

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APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLE.
London Gazelle, Jamary 21, 1800
London Gazette, March 29
Londo. Gazellt, July 8
London Gazte, Jay 12
London Gazette, sugul 9
London Gazette, November 29

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