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egotiations for Peace between England and France--Circumstancos which
leyrand- Return of Lord Yarmouth to Paris-French retract their former
Unfitness of the Duke of Brunswick to be Generalissimo of the Prussian
Army-- Position of the Prussians before the Battle of Auerstadt-Of the
burg-Incasion of Westphalia from Holland-Occupation of Hesse Casse!
Rupture between Russia and Turkey. -Causes that led to it.-Intasion of
Woularia ed Wallachia by the Russians.--State of the Turkish Empire.-
Naval Transactions–Vigilance and Activity of the Board of Admiralty-
Great Number of marauding Squadrons of the Enemy at Sea-Rochefort
East India Affairs-Death of Marquis Cornwallis succeeded by Sir
G. Barlow - Peace with Scindia and Holkar—Massacre at Vellorem
Births in the Year 1806
APPENDIX TO THE CHRONICLE.
Dispatches, dated Cape Town, Jan. 12, announcing the Capitulativna
Town and Gurrison
Ilope, dated Jan. 26. contuining the Capitulation of the Seltlement !
Cape of Good lloje
Royal, Feb. 16.
Account of his nazardous Enterprise in the River Garonne
May 10, giving un Account of his Capture of some Signal Posts on ikels
containing an Account of Proceedings in Calabria
memorable Batile of Maida.
na, August 3
of the Capture of Buenos Ayres, dated July 2
ted fort of Buenos Aires, July 11
ted Fort of Buenos Ayres, July 16
and twelve Gun.boats, at the Isle of Cuba
December 16, 1806
1805 to Nov. 1806, inclusire
1805, to Nocember, 1806
4th Session of the 2nd Parliament of th United Kingdom of is
His Majesty's Speech to both Houses of Parliament, on the Meeting of
the Fourth Session of the Second Parliament of the United Kingdom
No. 1. (C.)--Fifth separate Article of the Treaty of Concert between
his Majesty and the Emperor of Russia, signed at St. Petersburgh,
11th April (30th of March,) 1805
his Majesty and the Emperor of Russia, signed ut St. Petersburgh,
No. 1. (1.) -- Additional Article of the Treaty of Concert, signed at St.
Granville Leveson Gower, dated at St. Petersburgh, July 28-Aug.
to the Ambassador Count de Stadion, on the 28th of July,--9th of
No. II. (E.)- Declaratwn, signed by his Majesty's Ambussador at St.
Petersburgh, and delivered to Prince Czartoryski, and to Count de