English - Logo Sight United Kingdom English - Logo Sight
1 About Me 8
2 Education
3 Philosophy
4 Politics
5 News
6 Travel
7 Sports
8 Funding
UK 154 90/64 63,334
1 General 18 7/11 18,092
3 Philosophy 40 25/15 6,650
4 Religion 14 4/10 5,549
5 Monarchs 18 13/5 5,088
6 Subject History 11 8/3 4,990
7 Novels 10 5/5 4,971
8 Legal 12 8/4 4,339
9 Scotland 4 1/3 1,810
10 Events 4 3/1 1,299

There are 154 Free Audio History Books about the UK. 90 of them are from Librivox and 64 are on Kindle. The books contain a total of 63,334 pages and at a minute a page take 1,055 hours and 33 minutes to read, which is almost 44 days.

This Chapter Contents page contains 245 pages and takes 3 hours 43 minutes to read.
The Title section contains 8.7 pages of text and takes 7 minutes 55 seconds to read.
The Category section contains 67 words, .27 of a page and takes 15 seconds to read.

The Information Expansion Ratio is: Category to Title is times 32.2 or 3.1%, Title to Chapter contents is times 28.12 or 3.6%, and Chapter contents to Books is times 258.5 or .39%.

The largest book is 1860 History of England by Hume with 4,471 pages and the largest chapter is the same book with 52.84 pages of text.

All 1,160 Free Books by size
1 Countries
USA, UK, Italy, Greece, India, France, Germany, Israel, Spain, Egypt, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Iraq, Australia, China, Ireland, Japan, Iran, Netherlands, Philipinnes, Peru, South Africa, Cuba, Sudan, Congo, Turkey, Indonesia, Norway, Brazil, Czeck Republic, Denmark, Equador, Iceland, Haiti, Zimbabwe, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Liberia
2 Subjects
World, Science, Religion, War, Islam, Exploration, Biography, Medieval Europe, Pirates, Legal
1 General History 18
18,092 301:32 12D 13H 32M
1 1860 History Of England in 3V by Hume 4,472 74:32
2 History of England , from Accession of James 2 by Macaulay 4,412 73:32
5 1066 - 1216 History of England from Norman Conquest to Death of John by Adams 747 12:27
6 1905 Child's History of England by Dickens 669 11:09
7 1872 Fall of Wolsey to Death of Elizabeth V2 by Froude 662 11:02
8 1905 Our Island Story by Marshall 955 15:54:13
9 1912 Short History of Scotland By LANG 505 8:24:55
10 1922 Historical Tales V4 by MORRIS 492 8:11:15
11 1917 Short History of England by Chesterton 411 6:50:58
12 Mabinogion By ANONYMOUS 293 4:52:31
13 1909 Book of Art for Young People by Conway 233 4:12:16
14 1916 Comic History of England by Nye 175 2:54:41
15 1920 1400s Life in Mediaeval City, Illustrated York by BENSON 260 2:19:31
16 1907 1066 - 1216 Short History of England , Ireland & Scotland by Parmele 229 2:09
17 830 History of Britons by Nennius 88 1:27:19
2 Biography/Autobiography 23
10,546 175:46 7D 7H 46M
1 1848 Lancashire Witches by Ainsworth 1,514 25:14:09
2 1864 Memoirs of Court of Queen Elizabeth, V1 & 2 by AIKIN 1,401 23:20:15
3 1890 Apologia Pro Vita Sua By NEWMAN 765 12:44:59
5 1895 Life of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, Bart., K.C.S.I. A Judge of High Court of Justice by Stephen 692 11:32
6 1860 Autobiography of a Seaman, V1 By COCHRANE 680 11:19:11
7 Annie Besant By BESANT 560 9:19:25
8 1905 Wives of Henry 8 & Parts They Played in History by Hume 559 9:19
9 1895 Strange Pages from Family Papers by Dyer 454 7:33:47
10 1881 Political Diary 1828 - 30, V2 by Edward Lord Ellenborough Law 465 7:25
11 1890 Bacon Richard By CHURCH 419 6:58:50
12 1869 6 Years Prisons of England by Merchant 408 6:47:19
13 1810 - 60 Reminiscences by Captain Gronow by Gronow 354 5:53:50
14 1904 Stories of Inventors by Doubleday 297 4:56:32
15 1908 Oscar Wilde. Art & Morality by Mason 236 3:56:05
17 1856 Sketch of Life of late Henry Cooper Barrister-at-Law, of Norfolk Circuit: as also, of his Father by Cooper 171 2:51
18 John Stuart Mill: His Life & Works By VARIOUS 154 2:33:45
19 1552 Itinerary of John Lel& in or About Years 1535 - 43 by LEL& 122 2:01:52
20 1884 George Eliot: a Critical Study of Her Life, Writings & Philosophy by Cooke 121 2:01
21 Death of Lord Nelson by BEATTY 96 1:35:21
22 1897 Royal Children English History by Nesbit 73 1:12:31
23 1917 In Memoriam by MACKINTOSH 38 0:37:32
3 Philosophy 40
6,650 110:50 4D 14H 50M
1 1857 Philosophy of Plays of Shakspere Unfolded by Bacon 1,020 17:00
2 Theory of Moral Sentiments by Smith 765 12:44:33
3 1792 Vindication of Woman by Wollstonecraft 587 9:46:27
4 1840 Practical Enquiry into Philosophy of Education by Gall 482 8:02
5 1920 Concept of Nature by Whitehead 417 6:56:16
6 1893 Advancement of Learning by Bacon 345 5:45
7 1909 Pluralistic Universe Hibbert Lectures at Manchester College on Present Situation in Philosophy by James 315 5:15
8 1710 Treatise Concerning Principles of Human Knowledge Ireland by James 251 4:10:31
9 1920 Bergson & His Philosophy by Gunn 242 4:02
10 1713 3 Dialogues Between Hylas & Philonous Ireland By George Berkeley 232 3:51:05
11 Law & Word by Troward 225 3:45
12 1867 Time & Tide by Weare & Tyne 25 Letters to Working Man of Sunderl& on Laws of Work by John 204 3:24
13 1794 Heads of Lectures on Course of Experimental Philosophy: Particularly Including Chemistry by Priestley 143 2:23
14 1762 Plan & Preface to a Dictionary by Johnson 143 2:22:26
15 1922 Path to Prosperity by Allen 125 2:04:42
16 1720 Pantheisticon Ireland by Tol& 114 1:53:09
17 1785 Offences Against Oneself, Paederasty by Bentham 109 1:48:12
18 1897 De Profundis By Wilde 107 1:47:00
19 1909 Philosophy & Fun & Algebra by Boole 102 1:41:19
20 Discourse on Study of Law of Nature & Nations by Mackintosh 79 1:19
21 1886 Original Researches of a Lady Professor of Girtham College in Polemical Science, with some Account of Social Properties ... Forces: & Laws of Political Motion by P. Hampson 69 1:09
22 1913 Spencer's Philosophy of Science Herbert Spencer Lecture Delivered at Museum by Morgan 67 1:07
23 1908 Unreality of Time by McTaggart 50 49:39
5 Thomas Malthus 3
38 1798 Principle of Population 333 5:32:16
39 Grounds of an Opinion on Policy of Restricting Importation of Foreign Corn: intended as an appendix to"Observations on corn laws"52 52Min
40 1814 Observations on Effects of Corn Laws, & of a Rise or Fall in Price of Corn on Agriculture & General Wealth of Country 42 42Min
4 Religion 14
5,549 92:29 3D 20H 29M
1 672 - 735 Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England 1907 by Bede 742 12:22
2 1883 Practical Religion Being Plain Papers on Daily Duties, Experience, Dangers, & Privileges of Professing Christians by Ryle 694 11:34
4 1842 Book of Religions Comprising Views, Creeds, Sentiments, or Opinions, of All Principal Religious Sects in World, Particularly of All Christian ... Together With Biographical Sketches by Hayward 584 9:24
5 1922 Life of Spirit of Today by Underhill 508 8:27:24
6 1893 Essays on work entitled"Supernatural Religion" by Lightfoot 518 8:18
8 1851 - 97 Natural Law in Spiritual World by Drummond 387 6:27
9 1876 Lost Gospel & Its Contents Or, Author of"Supernatural Religion"Refuted by Himself by Sadler 221 3:31
10 1921 Unto this Last by Ruskin 196 3:16:06
11 Wise Woman by Mcdonald 178 2:57:29
12 1896 Non-Christian Cross An Enquiry into Origin & History of Symbol Eventually Adopted as That of Our Religion by Parsons 175 2:55
13 Fallen Star, or, History of a False Religion & Dissertation on Origin of Evil by Bulwer 132 2:12
14 1893 Union & Communion by Taylor 128 2:07:42
5 Monarchs 18
5,088 84:48 3D 12H 48M
1 1921 Queen Victoria by Strachey 621 10:20:26
2 1844 Lives of Queens of England V1 by Strickl& 590 9:49:30
4 1902 Richard 1 by Abbott 317 5:17:00
5 1901 Charles 1 by Abbott 317 5:16:21
6 1902 1027 - 87 William 1 Conquerer 306 5:05:31
7 1901 Richard 3 by Abbott 300 4:59:31
8 1902 Margot of Anjou by Abbott 285 4:44:44
9 1904 Mary Queen of Scots by Abbott 277 4:36:43
10 1904 Henry 4, Makers of History by Abbott 267 4:27
11 1904 Queen Elizabeth 1 by Abbott 255 4:14:44
12 1901 Richard 2 Makers of History by Abbott, Jacob- Richard 3 Makers of History by Abbott 246 4:06
13 1926 Queen Victoria by BROWNE 216 3:35:44
14 1599 Henry 5 by Shakespeare 184 3:04:02
15 1613 Henry 8 by Shakespeare 177 2:56:18
16 1904 History of King Charles 2 of England by Abbott 142 2:22
18 1903 King Alfred of England Makers of History by Abbott 120 2:00
8 Legal 12
4,339 72:19 3D 19H
1 1771 Commentaries on Laws of England by Blackstone 1,075 17:54:29
2 1852 Trial by Jury by Spooner 689 11:28:50
3 1641 - 1945 United Kingdom House of Lords Speeches Collection by VARIOUS 623 10:22:16
4 1901-45 House of Commons Speeches 559P 9:19:01
5 1914 Law & Poor by Parry 370 6:10
6 1753 - 65 House of Commons by Elliot 311 5:11:20
7 1904 Secret Chambers by Fea 224 3:43:26
8 King Schnorrers by Zangwill 265 4:24:59
9 1644 Areopagitica: speech for Liberty of Unlicensed Printing to Parliament of England by Milton 85 1:25
11 1767 Short View of Laws Now Subsisting with Respect to Powers of East India Company To Borrow Money under their Seal, & to Incur Debts in ... Ships or other Mercantile Transactions by Anonymous 37 37Min
12 Magna Carta by UNKNOWN 29 28:35
1 1860 History Of England in Three Volumes by David Hume 1,117,860W 4,472 74:32
V 1
1 Earliest times to King John
2 Henry 3 to Richard 3
3 Henry 7 to Mary
4 Elizabeth to James 1
5 Charles 1 to Cromwell
V 2
1 34 Chapters
V 3
1 50 Chapters
2 1848 History of England, from Accession of James 2 by Macaulay, Thomas Babington 1800 - 59 1,102,902W 4,412 73:32
3 1879 History of English People by Green, John Richard 641,130W 2,565P 42:45
4 1912 History of England from First Invasion by Romans to Accession of King George 5 V8 by Belloc, Hilaire, Lingard, John 219,381W 878 14:38
1 CHARLES 1
2 Treaty At Uxbridge to Discontent of Presbyterians
3 Opposite Projects Of Presbyterians & Independents
4 COMMONWEALTH
5 Vigilance Of Government
6 PROTECTORATE
7 Poverty & Character Of Charles Stuart
8 Richard Cromwell Protector
5 History of England from Norman Conquest to Death of John 1066-1216 by Adams, George Burton 186,737W 747 12:27
1 6 Chapters
2 15 Chapters
6 1905 Child's History of England by Dickens, Charles
167,198W 669 11:09
1 ANCIENT England & ROMANS
2 EARLY SAXONS
3 GOOD SAXON, ALFRED
4 ATHELSTAN & SIX BOY-KINGS
5 CANUTE DANE - JAMES 2
7 1872 Fall of Wolsey to Death of Elizabeth by Froude, James Anthony 165,590W 662 11:02
1 PROTESTANTS
2 LAST EFFORTS OF DIPLOMACY
3 IRISH REBELLION
4 CATHOLIC MARTYRS
5 VISITATION OF MONASTERIES
6 TRIAL & DEATH OF ANNE BOLEYN
8 1905 Our Island Story by Henrietta Marshall 238,750W 955 15:54:13
1 52 Ch 486 8:05.37 222M
2 57 Ch 7:48.36
9 A Short History of Scotland By Andrew LANG 1844 - 1912
126,250W 505 8:24:55
1 Scotland & Romans
2 Christianity - Rival Kingdoms
3 Early Wars of Races
4 Malcolm Canmore - Norman Conquest
5 David 1 & His Times
6 Malcolm & Maiden
7 Encroachments of Edward 1 - Wallace
8 Bruce & War of Independence
9 Decadence & Disasters - Reign of David 2
10 Early Stuart Kings: Robert 2
11 James 1
12 James 2
13 James 3
14 James V & Reformation
15 Minority of Mary Stuart
16 Regency of Arran
17 Regency of Mary of Guise
18 Regency of Arran
19 Regency of Mary of Guise
20 Great Pillage
21 Mary in Scotland
22 Minority of James 1
23 Reign of James 1
24 Gowrie Conspiracy
25 Charles 1
26 Conquered Scotland
27 Restoration
28 William & Mary
29 Darien
30 Preliminaries to Union
31 George 1
32 Argathelians & Squadrone
33 1rst Secession
34 Last Jacobite Rising
10 Historical Tales, Vol IV
by Charles MORRIS 1833 - 1922
123,000W 492 8:11:15
1 How England Became Christian
2 King Alfred & Danes
3 Wooing of Elfrida
4 End of Saxon England
5 Hereward Wake
6 Death of Red King
7 How White Ship Sailed
8 Contest for Crown
9 Captivity of Richard Coeur de Lion
10 Robin Hood & Rueful Knight
11 Wallace, Hero of Scotland
12 Bruce at Bannockburn
13 Siege of Calais
14 Black Prince at Poitiers
15 Wat Tyler & Men of Kent
16 White Rose of England
17 Field of Cloth of Gold
18 Story of Arabella Stuart
19 Love's Knight-Errant
20 Taking of Pontefract Castle
21 Adventures of a Royal Fugitive
22 Cromwell & Parliament
23 Relief of Londonderry
24 Hunting of Braemar
25 Flight of Prince Charles
26 Trafalgar & Death of Nelson
27 Massacre of an Army
28 Jubilees of Queen Victoria
11 1917 Short History of England by G.K. Chesterton
102,750W 411 6:50:58 188M
1 Province of Britain
2 Age of Legends
3 Defeat of Barians
4 St. Edward & Norman Kings
5 Age of Crusades
6 Problem of Plantagenets
7 Meaning of Merry England
8 Nationality & French Wars
9 War of Usurpers
10 Rebellion of Rich
11 Spain & Schisms of Nations
12 Age of Puritans
13 Triumph of Wigs
14 War with Great Republics
15 Aristocracy & Discontents
16 Return of Barbarian
12 1382 Mabinogion
By ANONYMOUS
73,250W 293 4:52:31
1 Lady of Fountain
2 Then horn for washing was sounded
3 Luned set out, under pretence
4 & as Owain one day sat at meat
5 Peredur Son of Evrawc
6 Peredur rode forward
7 next day Peredur rode forth
8 1st night Peredur came to Caerlleon
9 Arthur was in Caerlleon
10 next day Peredur set forth
11 Arthur was at Caerlleon upon Usk
12 Then Peredur rode forward
13 Dream of Rhonabwy
14 After this they saw a troop
15 Arthur & Owain marvelled
13 1909 Book of Art for Young People
by Agnes Ethel Conway 1885-1950 England
233 4:12:16
1 1200s Europe
2 Richard 2
3 Van Eycks
4 Renaissance
5 Raphael
6 Renaissance in Venice
7 Renaissance in North
8 Rembrandt
9 Peter de Hoogh & Cuyp
10 Van Dyck
11 Velasquez
12 1700s & Reynolds
13 Turner
14 1800s
14 1916 Comic History of England
by Bill Nye
43,750W 175 2:54:41 80M
1 Invasion of Caesar
2 Various Roman Yokes
3 Advent of Angles
4 Influx of Danes
5 Trouboulous Middle Ages
6 Danish Oligarchy
7 Harold 1 & Canute
8 Normon Conquest
9 Feudal System
10 Age of Chivalry
11 Conquest of Ireland
12 Magna Carta
13 Amiability of Jew & Perversity of Scot
14 Plague
15 More Sanguinary Triumphs
16 Printing
17 Richard 3
18 Disorder Still Popular Fad
15 1920 Life in a Mediaeval City, Illustrated
by York in XVth Century
by EDWIN BENSON
65,000W 260 2:19:31 63.8M
1 Important Factors
2 Affecting York
3 Appearance
4 Civic Life, Parliamentary & National Life
5 Business life
6 Religious life
7 Education, Entertainment, Classes, Conclusion
16 1907 Short History of England, Ireland & Scotland by Parmele, Mary Platt 57,289W 229 2:09
16 Chapters
17 830 History of Britons
by Nennius
22,000W 88 1:27:19 40M
1 Apology of Nennius
2 Adam & Hoctar
3 Romans
4 Vortigern
5 Vortimer
6 Arthur
7 Saint Patrick
8 Genealogy
18 1920 A Humorous History of England
by Harrison, Charles
11,475W 46 46Min
   
1 1860 History Of England in Three Volumes by David Hume 1,117,860W 4,472 74:32 M
1 Invasion Of Julius Cæsar To End Of Reign Of James 2 202,865W 811 13:31
1 Earliest times to King John
1 LIFE OF DAVID HUME, ESQ
2 HISTORY OF England
1
1 BRITONS
2 ROMANS
3 BRITONS
4 SAXONS
5 HEPTARCHY
6 KENT
7 NORTHUMBERL&
8 EAST ANGLIA
9 MERCIA
10 ESSEX
11 SUSSEX
12 WESSEX
2
1 EGBERT
2 ETHELWOLF
3 ETHELBALD & ETHELBERT
4 ETHERED
5 ALFRED
6 EDWARD ELDER
7 ATHELSTAN
8 EDMUND
9 EDRED
10 EDWY
11 EDGAR
12 EDWARD MARTYR
3
1 ETHELRED
2 EDMOND IRONSIDE
3 CANUTE
4 HAROLD HAREFOOT
5 HARDICANUTE
6 EDWARD CONFESSOR
7 HAROLD
8 APPENDIX 1
4
1 WILLIAM CONQUEROR
5
1 WILLIAM RUFUS.
6
1 HENRY 1
7
1 STEPHEN.
8
1 HENRY 2
9
1 HENRY 2
10
1 RICHARD 1
11
1 JOHN.
12 APPENDIX 2
1 FEUDAL & ANGLO-NORMAN GOVERNMENT & MANNERS
2 Henry 3 to Richard 3
1 Henry 3

2 Edward 1

3 Edward 2
4 Edward 3
5 Richard 2
6 Henry 4
7 Henry 5
8 Henry 6
9 Edward 4
10 Edward 4 & Richard 3
11 Richard 3
3 Henry 7 to Mary
1 Henry 7

2 Henry 8

3 Edward 6
4 Mary
4 Elizabeth to James 1
1 Elizabeth
2 James
3 Notes on Reign of James
5 Charles 1 to Cromwell
1 Charles 1
2 Commonwealth
2 Reign of William & Mary to Death of George 2 by Smollett, T. Tobias 1721 - 71 813,600W 3,254 54:14
1
1 STATE OF NATION IMMEDIATELY AFTER REVOLUTION
2 ACCOUNT OF NEW MINISTRY
3 CONVENTION CONVERTED INTO PARLIAMENT
4 MUTINY IN ARMY
5 CORONATION: ABOLITION OF HEARTH-MONEY
6 COMMONS VOTE MONEY TO INDEMNIFY DUTCH
7 WILLIAM'S EFFORTS IN FAVOUR OF DISSENTEES
8 ACT FOR TOLERATION
9 VIOLENT DISPUTES ABOUT BILL FOR COMPREHENSION
10 COMMONS ADDRESS KING TO SUMMON CONVOCATION
11 SETTLEMENT OF REVENUE
12 KING TAKES UMBRAGE AT PROCEEDINGS OF WHIG PARTY
13 HEATS & ANIMOSITIES ABOUT BILL OF INDEMNITY
14 BIRTH OF DUKE OF GLOUCESTER
15 AFFAIRS OF CONTINENT
16 WAR DECLARED AGAINST FRANCE
17 PROCEEDINGS IN CONVENTION
18 LETTERS TO CONVENTION FROM KING WILLIAM & KING JAMES
19 CONVENTION RECOGNIZE AUTHORITY OF KING WILLIAM
20 CROWN VOTED VACANT, & AN ACT OF SETTLEMENT PASSED
21 CROWN TENDERED TO WILLIAM
22 CONVENTION STATE THEIR GRIEVANCES
23 PRELACY ABOLISHED IN Scotland
24 DISPUTES IN PARLIAMENT
25 SCOTCH PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED
26 CASTLE OF EDINBURGH BESIEGED
27 KING WILLIAM'S TROOPS DEFEATED
28 KING JAMES CORDIALLY RECEIVED BY FRENCH KING
29 TYRCONNEL TEMPORIZES WITH WILLIAM
30 JAMES ARRIVES IN Ireland
31 ISSUES 5 PROCLAMATIONS AT DUBLIN
32 SIEGE OF LONDONDERRY
33 COURAGEOUS DEFENCE
34 CRUELTY OF ROSENE
35 PLACE IS RELIEVED BY KIRKE
36 INNISKILLINEES DEFEAT & TAKE GENERAL MACARTY
37 MEETING OF IRISH PARLIAMENT
38 ACT OF SETTLEMENT REPEALED
39 THEY PASS ACT OF ATTAINDER
40 JAMES COINS BASE MONEY
41 PROTESTANT CHURCHES SEIZED BY CATHOLICS
42 ACTION WITH FRENCH FLEET
43 DIVERS SENTENCES REVERSED
44 INQUIRY INTO CAUSE OF MISCARRIAGES IN Ireland
45 BILLS PASSED IN THIS SESSION
2
1 SCHOMBERG LANDS WITH ARMY
2 INNISKILLINERS OBTAIN VICTORY
3 SCHOMBERG CENSURED
4 FRENCH WORSTED AT WALCOURT
5 SUCCESS OF CONFEDERATES IN GERMANY
6 DEATH OF POPE INNOCENT 11
7 KING WILLIAM BECOMES UNPOPULAR
8 A GOOD NUMBER OF CLERGY REFUSE TO TAKE OATHS
9 KING GRANTS COMMISSION FOR REFORMING CHURCH DISCIPLINE
10 MEETING OF CONVOCATION
11 THEIR SESSION PROROGUED
12 PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT
13 WHIGS OBSTRUCT INDEMNITY BILL
14 INQUIRY INTO CAUSE OF MISCARRIAGES IN Ireland RESUMED
15 WILLIAM IRRITATED AGAINST WHIGS
16 PLOT AGAINST GOVERNMENT
17 DEBATES ABOUT CORPORATION BILLS
18 KING RESOLVES TO FINISH IRISH WAR IN PERSON
19 LUDLOW ARRIVES IN England , BUT IS OBLIGED TO WITHDRAW
20 EFFORTS OF JACOBITES IN Scotland
21 COURT INTEREST PREVAILS
22 TORY INTEREST PREVAILS IN NEW PARLIAMENT
23 BILL FOR RECOGNISING THEIR MAJESTIES
24 KING WILLIAM LANDS IN Ireland
25 JAMES MARCHES TO BOYNE
26 WILLIAM RESOLVES TO GIVE HIM BATTLE
27 BATTLE OF BOYNE
28 DEATH OF SCHOMBERG
29 JAMES EMBARKS FOR FRANCE
30 WILLIAM ENTERS DUBLIN
31 VICTORY GAINED BY FRENCH
32 TORRINGTON COMMITTED TO TOWER
33 PROGRESS OF WILLIAM IN Ireland
34 HE INVESTS LIMERICK: IS OBLIGED TO RAISE SIEGE
35 CORK & KINSALE REDUCED
36 FRENCH FORCES QUIT Ireland
37 SAVOY JOINS CONFEDERACY
38 PRINCE WALDECK DEFEATED
39 ARCHDUKE JOSEPH ELECTED KING
40 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
41 COMMONS COMPLY WITH KING'S DEMANDS
42 PETITION OF TORIES
43 ATTEMPT AGAINST CARMARTHEN
44 KING'S VOYAGE TO HOLL&
45 HE ASSISTS AT CONGRESS
3
1 CONSPIRACY
2 KING FILLS UP BISHOPRICS
3 AFFAIRS-OF Scotland
4 CAMPAIGN IN FLANDERS
5 ELECTION OF NEW POPE
6 EMPEROR'S SUCCESS AGAINST TURKS
7 AFFAIRS OF Ireland
8 FRENCH & IRISH OBTAIN HONOURABLE CAPITULATION
9 12K IRISH CATHOLICS TRANSPORTED TO FRANCE
10 MEETING OF ENGLISH PARLIAMENT
11 TRANSACTIONS IN PARLIAMENT
12 ENGLISH & DUTCH FLEETS BAFFLED BY FRENCH
13 KING DISOBLIGES PRESBYTERIANS OF Scotland
14 MASSACRE OF GLENCOE
15 PREPARATIONS FOR DESCENT UPON England
16 DECLARATION OF KING JAMES
17 PRECAUTIONS TAKEN BY QUEEN FOR DEFENCE OF NATION
18 ADMIRAL RUSSEL PUTS TO SEA
19 HE OBTAINS COMPLETE VICTORY OVER FRENCH
20 FRENCH TAKE NAMUR IN SIGHT OF KING WILLIAM
21 ALLIES DEFEATED AT STEENKIRK
22 EXTRAVAGANT REJOICINGS IN FRANCE
23 CONSPIRACY AGAINST LIFE OF WILLIAM
24 CAMPAIGN INACTIVE ON RHINE & IN HUNGARY
25 DUKE INVADES DAUPHINE
26 DUKE OF HANOVER CREATED ELECTOR OF EMPIRE
4
1 EARL OF MARLBOROUGH, BISHOP OF ROCHESTER & FALSELY ACCUSED
2 SOURCES OF NATIONAL DISCONTENT
3 DISSENSION BETWEEN QUEEN & PRINCESS ANNE
4 LORDS VINDICATE THEIR PRIVILEGES
5 COMMONS PRESENT ADDRESSES TO KING & QUEEN
6 LORDS PRESENT ADDRESS OF ADVICE TO KING
7 COMMONS ADDRESS KINO
8 BURNET'S PASTORAL LETTER BURNED
9 2 HOUSES ADDRESS KING
10 ACCOUNT OF PLACE & TRIENNIAL PARLIAMENT BILLS
11 TRIAL OF LORD MOHUN
12 ALTERATIONS IN MINISTRY
13 KING ASSEMBLES CONFEDERATE ARMY IN FLANDERS
14 FRENCH REDUCE HUY
15 DUKE OF LUXEMBOURG RESOLVES TO ATTACK ALLIES
16 CHARLEBOY TAKEN BY ENEMY
17 CAMPAIGN ON RHINE
18 TRANSACTIONS in HUNGARY & CATALONIA
19 NAVAL AFFAIRS
20 EXPEDITION TO WEST INDIES
21 BENBOW BOMBARDS ST. MALOES
22 FRENCH KING HAS RECOURSE TO MEDIATION OF DENMARK
23 KING RETURNS TO England
24 BOTH HOUSES INQUIRE INTO MISCARRIAGES BY SEA
25 VAST SUMS GRANTED FOR SERVICES OF ENSUING YEAR
26 ESTABLISHMENT OF BANK OF England
27 EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER
28 GENERAL NATURALIZATION BILL
29 ENGLISH ATTEMPT TO MAKE DESCENT IN CAMARET-BAY
30 ADMIRAL RUSSEL RELIEVES BARCELONA
31 CAMPAIGN IN FLANDERS
32 ALLIES REDUCE HUY
33 PROGRESS OF FRENCH
34 DEATH OF ARCHBISHOP TILLOTSON & QUEEN MARY
35 RECONCILIATION BETWEEN KING & PRINCESS OF DENMARK
5
1 ACCOUNT OF LANCASHIRE PLOT
2 INQUIRY INTO ABUSES IN ARMY
3 EXAMINATION OF COOKE, ACTON, & OTHERS
4 DUKE OF LEEDS IMPEACHED
5 SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT
6 THEY INQUIRE INTO MASSACRE OF GLENCOE
7 THEY PASS ACT FOR ERECTING TRADING COMPANY
8 PROCEEDINGS IN IRISH PARLIAMENT
9 DISPOSITION OF ARMIES
10 WILLIAM UNDERTAKES SIEGE OF NAMUR
11 FAMOUS RETREAT OF PRINCE VAUDEMONT
12 CAMPAIGN ON RHINE
13 DUKE OF SAVOY TAKES CASAL
14 TRANSACTIONS IN CATALONIA
15 ENGLISH FLEET BOMBARDS ST. MALOES
16 EXPEDITION TO WEST INDIES
17 NEW PARLIAMENT
18 BILL FOR REGULATING TRIALS IN CASES OF HIGH TREASON
19 RESOLUTIONS WITH RESPECT TO NEW COINAGE
20 INTRIGUES OF JACOBITES
21 CONSPIRACY AGAINST LIFE OF WILLIAM
22 DESIGN OF INVASION DEFEATED
23 2 HOUSES FORMAN ASSOCIATION FOR DEFENCE OF HIS MAJESTY
24 ESTABLISHMENT OF LND BANK
25 ALLIES BURN MAGAZINE AT GIVET
26 LOUIS MAKES ADVANCES TOWARDS PEACE WITH HOLL&
27 NAVAL TRANSACTIONS
28 PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENTS OF Scotland & Ireland
29 ZEAL OF ENGLISH COMMONS IN THEIR AFFECTION TO KING
30 RESOLUTIONS TOUCHING COIN
31 SIR JOHN FENWICK IS APPREHENDED, CONDEMNED, & BEHEADED
32 EARL OF MONMOUTH SENT TO TOWER
33 INQUIRY INTO MISCARRIAGES BY SEA
34 NEGOTIATIONS AT RYSWICK
35 FRENCH TAKE BARCELONA
36 EXPEDITION OF ADMIRAL NEVIL TO WEST INDIES
37 ELECTOR OF SAXONY IS CHOSEN KING OF POL&
38 CZAR OF MUSCOVY TRAVELS IN DISGUISE
39 CONGRESS AT RYSWICK
40 AMBASSADORS SIGN TREATY
41 GENERAL PACIFICATION
6
1 CHARACTERS OF MINISTERS
2 NUMBER OF STANDING FORCES REDUCED TO 10K
3 CIVIL LIST ESTABLISHED
4 COGNIZANCE TAKEN OF FRAUDULENT ENDORSEMENTS OF EXCHEQUER BILLS
5 NEW EAST INDIA COMPANY CONSTITUTED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT
6 SOCIETY FOR REFORMATION OF MANNERS
7 EARL OF PORTL& RESIGNS
8 KING DISOWNS SCOTTISH TRADING COMPANY
9 HE EMBARKS FOR HOLL&
10 1ST TREATY OF PARTITION
11 INTRIGUES OF FRANCE AT COURT OF MADRID
12 COMMONS ADDRESS KING
13 SCOTTISH COMPANY MAKE A SETTLEMENT ON ISTHMUS OF DARIEN
14 REMONSTRANCES OF SPANISH COURT
15 COMMONS PERSIST IN THEIR RESOLUTIONS
16 INQUIRY INTO EXPEDITION Of CAPTAIN KIDD
17 INQUIRY INTO IRISH FORFEITURES
18 COMMONS PASS A BILL OF RESUMPTION
19 SEVERE BILL PASSED AGAINST PAPISTS
20 LORD SOMERS DISMISSED
21 2ND TREATY OF PARTITION
22 FLEET SENT INTO BALTIC
23 2ND TREATY OF PARTITION
24 FRENCH INTEREST PREVAILS AT COURT OF SPAIN
25 DEATH OF KING OF SPAIN
26 PHILIP ACKNOWLEDGED KING OF SPAIN
27 NEW MINISTRY, & NEW PARLIAMENT
28 INTERCEPTED LETTER
29 SUCCESSION OF CROWN SETTLED
30 INEFFECTUAL NEGOTIATION with FRANCE
31 SEVERE ADDRESSES FROM BOTH HOUSES
32 WILLIAM IS OBLIGED TO ACKNOWLEDGE KING OF SPAIN
33 EARL OF ORFORD IMPEACHED
34 DISPUTES BETWEEN 2 HOUSES
35 IMPEACHED LORDS ACQUITTED
36 PETITION OF KENT
37 PROGRESS OF PRINCE EUGENE
38 SITUATION OF AFFAIRS IN EUROPE
39 TREATY OF ALLIANCE BETWEEN EMPEROR & MARITIME POWERS
40 DEATH OF KING JAMES
41 LOUIS OWNS PRETENDED PRINCE OF WALES AS KING OF England
42 KING'S LAST SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES
43 BILL OF ABJURATION PASSED
44 AFFAIRS OF Ireland
45 KING RECOMMENDS AN UNION
46 HE FALLS FROM HIS HORSE
47 HIS DEATH & CHARACTER
48 QUEEN ANNE
7
1 ANNE SUCCEEDS TO THRONE
2 ENGAGEMENTS OF HER PREDECESSOR WITH HIS ALLIES FULFILLED
3 FRENCH MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO STATES GENERAL
4 QUEEN'S INCLINATION TO TORIES
5 WAR DECLARED AGAINST FRANCE
6 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
7 WARM OPPOSITION TO MINISTRY IN SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT
8 THEY RECOGNISE HER MAJESTY'S AUTHORITY
9 QUEEN APPOINTS COMMISSIONERS TO TREAT OF AN UNION
10 STATE OF AFFAIRS ON CONTINENT
11 KEISEESWAERT & LANDAU TAKEN
12 PROGRESS OF EARL OF MARLBOROUGH
13 HE NARROWLY ESCAPES BEING TAKEN BY A FRENCH PARTISAN
14 IMPERIALISTS ARE WORSTED AT FEIDLINGUEN
15 BATTLE OF LUZZARA, IN ITALY
16 KING OF SWEDEN DEFEATS AUGUSTUS AT LISSOU
17 FRUITLESS EXPEDITION TO CADIZ
18 SPANISH GALLEONS TAKEN & DESTROYED
19 BENBOW'S ENGAGEMENT WITH DU CASSE
20 NEW PARLIAMENT
21 DISPUTES BETWEEN 2 HOUSES
22 LORDS INQUIRE INTO CONDUCT OF SIR GEORGE ROOKE
23 COMMERCE PROHIBITED BETWEEN HOLL& , FRANCE, & SPAIN
24 BILL FOR PREVENTING OCCASIONAL CONFORMITY
25 INQUIRY INTO PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
26 DISPUTES BETWEEN 2 HOUSES OF CONVOCATION
27 ACCOUNT OF PARTIES IN Scotland
28 DANGEROUS HEATS IN PARLIAMENT
29 COMMISIONER IS ABANDONED BY CAVALIERS
30 HE IS IN DANGER OF HIS LIFE
31 PROCEEDINGS OF IRISH PARLIAMENT
32 SEVERE ACT PASSED AGAINST PAPISTS
33 ELECTOR TAKES POSSESSION OF RATISBON
34 ALLIES REDUCE BONNE
35 BATTLE OF ECKEREN
36 PRINCE OF HESSE DEFEATED BY FRENCH
37 TREATY BETWEEN EMPEROR & DUKE OF SAVOY
38 SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVEL SAILS WITH A FLEET
39 ADMIRAL GRAYDON'S BOOTLESS EXPEDITION
40 CHARLES KING OF SPAIN ARRIVES IN England
8
1 BILL AGAINST OCCASIONAL CONFORMITY
2 CONSPIRACY OF SIMON FRASER, LORD LOVAT
3 A REMONSTRANCE PRESENTED TO QUEEN
4 DISPUTES BETWEEN 2 HOUSES
5 QUEEN'S BOUNTY to POOR CLERGY
6 INQUIRY INTO NAVAL AFFAIRS
7 TRIAL OF LINDSAY
8 SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT
9 VIOLENT OPPOSITION TO MINISTRY
10 THEY PASS ACT OF SECURITY
11 SITUATION OF EMPEROR'S AFFAIRS
12 MARLBOROUGH MARCHES WITH ALLIED ARMY INTO GERMANY
13 FRUITLESS NEGOTIATION WITH ELECTOR
14 CONFEDERATES OBTAIN COMPLETE VICTORY AT HOCHSTADT
15 SIEGE OF LANDAU
16 MARLBOROUGH RETURNS TO England
17 STATE OF WAR IN EUROPE
18 CAMPAIGN IN PORTUGAL
19 SIR GEORGE KOOKE TAKES GIBRALTAR
20 SESSION OF PARLIAMENT IN England
21 ACT OF ALIENATION PASSED
22 DISAGREEMENT ON SUBJECT OF AYLESBURY CONSTABLES
23 PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED
24 PROCEEDINGS IN SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT
25 ACT PASSE FOR TREATY OF UNION
26 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PARLIAMENT & CONVOCATION IN Ireland
27 CAMPAIGN ON MOSELLE
28 DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH FORCES FRENCH LINES IN BRABANT
29 HE VISITS COURT OF VIENNA
30 STATE OF WAR ON UPPER RHINE, IN HUNGARY
31 FRENCH FLEET DESTROYED
32 BARCELONA REDUCED BY SIR C. SHOVEL & LORD PETERBOROUGH
33 EARL'S PROGRESS IN SPAIN
34 NEW PARLIAMENT IN England
35 BILL FOR REGENCY
36 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
37 CONFERENCES OPENED FOR TREATY OF UNION WITH Scotland
38 SUBSTACE OF TREATY
9
1 FRENCH DEFEATED AT BATTLE OF RAMILLIES
2 SIEGE OF BARCELONA RAISED
3 PRINCE EUGENE OBTAINS COMPLETE VICTORY OVER FRENCH
4 SIR C. SHOVEL SAILS WITH REINFORCEMENT TO CHARLES
5 KING OF SWEDEN MARCHES INTO SAXONY
6 FRENCH KING DEMANDS CONFERENCES FOR PEACE
7 MEETING OF SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT
8 VIOLENT OPPOSITION TO UNION
9 PROCEEDINGS in ENGLISH PARLIAMENT
10 COMMONS APPROVE OF ARTICLES OF UNION
11 PARLIAMENT REVIVED BY PROCLAMATION
12 QUEEN GIVES AUDIENCE TO MUSCOVITE AMBASSADOR
13 PROCEEDINGS IN CONVOCATION
14 FRANCE THREATENED WITH TOTAL RUIN
15 ALLIES ARE DEFEATED AT ALMANZA
16 UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT UPON TOULON
17 SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVEL WRECKED
18 INTERVIEW BETWEEN KING OF SWEDEN & DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH
19 INACTIVE CAMPAIGN in NETHERLANDS
20 PARTY FORMED AGAINST MARLBOROUGH
21 MEETING OP 1ST BRITISH PARLIAMENT
22 INQUIRY INTO STATE OF WAR IN SPAIN
23 PRETENDER EMBARKS AT DUNKIRK FOR Scotland
24 STATE OF NATION AT THAT PERIOD
25 PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED
26 FRENCH SURPRISE GHENT & BRUGES
27 ALLIES INVEST LISLE
28 LISLE SURRENDERED, GHENT TAKEN, & BRUGES ABANDONED
29 CONQUEST OF MINORCA
30 RUPTURE BETWEEN POPE & EMPEROR
31 DEATH OF PRINCE GEORGE OF DENMARK
32 NEW PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED
33 NATURALIZATION BILL
34 ACT OF GRACE
35 DISPUTES ABOUT MUSCOVITE AMBASSADOR COMPROMISED
10
1 NEGOTIATION FOR PEACE INEFFECTUAL
2 ALLIED ARMY TAKE TOURNAY
3 FRENCH ARE DEFEATED
4 MONS SURRENDERED
5 CAMPAIGN IN SPAIN
6 FRENCH KING'S PROPOSALS OF TREATING REJECTED BY STATES GENERAL
7 ACCOUNT OF DE SACHEVEREL
8 HIS TRIAL
9 DEBATES UPON IT IN LORDS
10 CONFERENCES AT GERTRUYDENBURGH
11 PRIDE & OBSTINACY OF DUTCH
12 DOUAY, BETHUNE, AIRE & TAKEN BY CONFEDERATES
13 KING CHARLES, OBTAINING VICTORY AT SARAGOSSA, ENTERS MADRID
14 BATTLE OF VILLAVICIOS
15 WHIG MINISTRY DISGRACED
16 DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH INSULTED
17 INQUIRY INTO CONDUCT OF WAR IN SPAIN
18 HARLEY STABBED AT COUNCIL BOARD
19 DEATH OF EMPEROR JOSEPH
20 PROCEEDINGS IN CONVOCATION
21 DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH CONTINUES TO COMM& ALLIED ARMY
22 BOUCHAIN REDUCED
23 DUKE OF ARGYLE COMMANDS BRITISH TROOPS IN SPAIN
24 EXPEDITION TO CANADA
25 NEGOTIATION BETWEEN COURTS OF FRANCE & England
26 MENAGER ARRIVES PRIVATELY in England
27 FRENCH KING'S PROPOSALS DISAGREEABLE TO ALLIES
28 DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH DISMISSED FROM ALL HIS EMPLOYMENTS
29 PRINCE EUGENE ARRIVES IN England
30 WALPOLE EXPELLED
31 RESOLUTIONS AGAINST BARRIER TREATY & DUTCH
32 ACTS UNFAVOURABLE TO PRESBYTERIAN DISCIPLINE IN Scotland
11
1 QUEEN'S MEASURES OBSTRUCTED
2 DEATH OF DAUPHIN & HIS SON
3 QUEEN DEMANDS PHILIP'S RENUNCIATION OF CROWN
4 DUKE OF ORMOND TAKES COMM& OF BRITISH FORCES
5 PHILIP PROMISES TO RENOUNCE CROWN OF FRANCE
6 QUEEN COMMUNICATES PLAN OF PEACE TO PARLIAMENT
7 IRRUPTION INTO FRANCE BY GENERAL GROVESTEIN
8 FOREIGN TROOPS IN BRITISH PAY REFUSE TO MARCH WITH ORMOND
9 ALLIES DEFEATED AT DENAIN
10 PROGRESS OF CONFERENCES AT UTRECHT
11 DUKE OF HAMILTON & LORD MOHUN ARE KILLED IN A DUEL
12 STATES-GENERAL SIGN BARRIER-TREATY
13 PEACE WITH FRANCE
14 TREATY WITH FRANCE
15 SCOTTISH LORDS MOVE FOR A BILL TO DISSOLVE UNION
16 VIOLENCE OF PARTIES IN England
17 PROCEEDINGS OF IRISH PARLIAMENT
18 NEW PARLIAMENT IN England
19 TREATY OF RASTADT BETWEEN EMPEROR & FRANCE
20 LORDS TAKE COGNIZANCE OF LIBEL AGAINST SCOTS
21 MR. STEELE EXPELLED HOUSE
22 WHIGS' PRECAUTION FOR SECURING PROTESTANT SUCCESSION
23 WRIT DEMANDED FOR ELECTORAL PRINCE OF HANOVER
24 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
25 PRECAUTIONS TAKEN FOR SECURING PEACE OF KINGDOM
26 DEATH & CHARACTER OF ANNE
27 GEORGE 1
12
1 STATE OF PARTIES
2 KING GEORGE PROCLAIMED
3 CIVIL LIST GRANTED TO KING
4 ELECTORAL PRINCE CREATED PRINCE OF WALES
5 KING ARRIVES IN England
6 TORIES TOTALLY EXCLUDED FROM ROYAL FAVOUR
7 PRETENDER'S MANIFESTO
8 NEW PARLIAMENT
9 KING'S FIRST SPEECH
10 COMMITTEE OF SECRECY
11 SIR JOHN NORRIS SENT WITH FLEET TO BALTIC
12 DISCONTENT OF NATION
13 REPORT OF SECRET COMMITTEE
14 EARL OF OXFORD SENT TO TOWER
15 KING DECLARES TO BOTH HOUSES THAT REBELLION IS BEGUN
16 DUKE OF ORMOND & LORD BOLINGBROKE ATTAINTED
17 INTRIGUES OF JACOBITES
18 DEATH OF LOUIS 14
19 EARL OF MAR SETS UP PRETENDER'S STANDARD
20 MACKINTOSH JOINS ENGLISH INSURGENTS
21 BATTLE AT DUMBLANE
22 PRETENDER ARRIVES IN Scotland
23 PROCEEDINGS OF IRISH PARLIAMENT
24 REBEL LORDS ARE IMPEACHED
25 EARL OF DEEWENTWATER & LORD KENMUIR ARE BEHEADED
26 TRIALS OF REBELS
27 ACT FOR SEPTENNIAL PARLIAMENTS
28 DUKE OF ARGYLE DISGRACED
29 TRIPLE ALLIANCE
30 COUNT GYLLENBURGH ARRESTED
31 ACCOUNT OF OXFORD RIOT
32 DIVISION IN MINISTRY
33 COMMONS PASS SOUTH SEA ACT
34 TRIAL OF EARL OF OXFORD
35 PROCEEDINGS IN CONVOCATION WITH REGARD TO DR. HOADLEY
13
1 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN KING & CZAR OF MUSCOVY
2 KING OF SWEDEN IS KILLED
3 NEGOTIATION FOR QUADRUPLE ALLIANCE
4 PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT
5 NATURE OF QUADRUPLE ALLIANCE
6 ADMIRAL BYNG SAILS
7 HE DESTROYS SPANISH FLEET
8 REMONSTRANCES OF SPANISH MINISTRY
9 ACT FOR STRENGTHENING PROTESTANT INTEREST
10 WAR DECLARED AGAINST SPAIN
11 CONSPIRACY AGAINST REGENT OF FRANCE
12 INTENDED INVASION BY ORMOND
13 300 SPANIARDS L& & TAKEN IN Scotland
14 ACCOUNT OF PEERAGE BILL
15 COUNT MERCI ASSUMES COMM& OF IMPERIAL ARMY
16 ACTIVITY OF ADMIRAL BYNG
17 SPANISH TROOPS EVACUATE SICILY
18 PHILIP OBLIGED TO ACCEDE TO QUADRUPLE ALLIANCE
19 BILL FOR SECURING DEPENDENCY OF Ireland UPON CROWN
20 SOUTH-SEA ACT
21 CHARTERS GRANTED TO ROYAL & LONDON ASSURANCE OFFICES
22 TREATY OF ALLIANCE WITH SWEDEN
23 PRINCE OF HESSE ELECTED KING OF SWEDEN
24 EFFECTS OF SOUTH-SEA SCHEME
25 SECRET COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY HOUSE OF COMMONS
26 SEVERE RESOLUTIONS AGAINST SOUTH-SEA COMPANY
14
1 BILL AGAINST ATHEISM
2 ALLIANCE BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE & SPAIN
3 PLAGUE AT MARSEILLES
4 DEBATES IN HOUSE OF LORDS ABOUT MR. LAW
5 SENTIMENTS OF SOME LORDS TOUCHING WAR
6 PETITION OF QUAKERS
7 NEW PARLIAMENT
8 DECLARATION OF PRETENDER
9 REPORT OF SECRET COMMITTEE
10 BILL OF PAINS & PENALTIES AGAINST BISHOP OF ROCHESTER
11 PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THOSE CONCERNED IN LOTTERY AT HAMBURGH
12 AFFAIRS OF CONTINENT
13 CLAMOUR IN Ireland ON ACCOUNT OF WOOD'S COINAGE
14 DEATH OF DUKE OF ORLEANS
15 ACT FOR LESSENING PUBLIC DEBTS
16 PHILIP, KING OF SPAIN, ABDICATES THRONE
17 ABUSES IN CHANCERY
18 TRIAL OF EARL OF MACCLESFIELD
19 DEBATES ABOUT DEBTS OF CIVIL LIST
20 BILL IN FAVOUR OF LATE LORD BOLINGBROKE
21 TREATY OF ALLIANCE
22 TREATY OF HANOVER
23 SQUADRON SENT TO BALTIC
24 ADMIRAL HOSIER'S EXPEDITION
25 DISGRACE OF DUKE DE RIPPERDA
26 SUBSTNCE OF KING'S SPEECH
27 DEBAT IN HOUSE OF LORDS
28 CONVETIONS WITH SWEDEN & HESSE-CASSEL
29 VOTE OF CREDIT
30 SIEGE OF GIBRALTAR
31 PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE
32 DEATH & CHARACTER OF GEORGE 1
33 GEORGE 2
15
1 GEORGE 2 ASCENDS THRONE
2 CHARACTERS OF PRINCIPAL PERSONS CONCERNED IN MINISTRY
3 DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT CONCERNING CIVIL LIST
4 NEW PARLIAMENT
5 VIOLENT DISPUTE CONCERNING NATIONAL DEBT
6 DOUBLE MARRIAGE BETWEEN HOUSES OF SPAIN & PORTUGAL
7 LIBERALITY OF COMMONS
8 DEBATES ON SUBSIDIES OF HESSE CASSEL & WOLFENBUTTLE
9 COMMITTEE FOR INSPECTING GAOLS
10 ADDRESS TOUCHING SPANISH DEPREDATIONS.

11 PROCEEDINGS IN HOUSE OF LORDS
12 WISE CONDUCT OF IRISH PARLIAMENT
13 ABDICATION OF KING OF SARDINIA
14 SUBSTANCE OF KING'S SPEECH
15 OBJECTIONS TO TREATY OF SEVILLE
16 OPPOSITION TO STANDING ARMY
17 BILL PROHIBITING LOANS
18 CHARTER OF EAST INDIA COMPANY
19 EMPEROR RESENTS TREATY OF SEVILLE
20 ARRIVAL OF 7 INDIAN CHIEFS
21 BILL AGAINST PENSIONERS SITTING AS MEMBERS IN HOUSE OF COMMONS
22 TREATY OF VIENNA
23 DEATH OF DUKE OF PARMA
24 DON CARLOS TAKES POSSESSION OF HIS TERRITORIES
25 FRANCE DISTRATED BY RELIGIOUS DISPUTES
26 MINISTRY VOLENTLY OPPOSED
27 DEBATE ON STANDING ARMY
28 CHARITABLE CORPORATION
29 REVIVAL OF SALT-TAX
30 MR. PULTENEY'S NAME STRUCK OUT OF LIST OF PRIVY COUNSELLORS
31 KING SETS OUT FOR HANOVER
16
1 REMARKABLE INSTANCE OF SUICIDE
2 AFFAIRS OF CONTINENT
3 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
4 ADDRESS TO KING
5 EXCISE SCHEME PRPOSED
6 BILL FOR A DOWER TO PRINCESS ROYAL
7 DOUBLE ELECTION OF KING OF POL&
8 CONFEDERACY AGAINST EMPEROR
9 ARRIVAL OF PRINCE OF ORANGE
10 ALTERCATION IN COMMONS
11 MOTION FOR REPEAL OF SEPTENNIAL ACT
12 CONCLUSION OF REMARKABLE SPEECH BY SIR W. WYNDHAM
13 PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED
14 DANTZIC BESIEGED BY RUSSIANS
15 PHILIPSBURGH TAKEN BY FRENCH
16 BATTLE OF PARMA
17 IMPERIALISTS ARE AGAIN WORSTED
18 NEW PARLIAMENT IN GREAT BRITAIN
19 DEBATE ON SUBSIDY TO DENMARK
20 PETITION OF SOME SCOTTISH NOBLEMEN
21 MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN COURTS OF SPAIN & PORTUGAL
22 PRELIMINARIES SIGNED BY EMPEROR & KING OF FRANCE
23 PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT
24 BILL FOR RELIEF OF QUAKERS IN ARTICLE OF TITHES
25 MORTMAIN ACT
26 REMARKABLE RIOT AT EDINBURGH
27 RUPTURE BETWEEN CZARINA & OTTOMAN PORTE
28 SESSION OF PARLIAMENT OPENED
29 MOTION IN BOTH HOUSES FOR SETTLEMENT ON PRINCE OF WALES
30 SCHEME FOR REDUCING INTEREST OF NATIONAL DEBT
31 BILL AGAINST CITY OF EDINBURGH
32 PLAY HOUSE BILL
17
1 RUSSIANS TAKE OCZAKOW
2 DEATH OF CAROLINE, QUEEN CONSORT
3 DISPUTE IN PARLIAMENT
4 SPANISH DEPREDATIONS
5 MOTIVES FOR AVOIDING WAR
6 BILL FOR SECURING TRADE IN AMERICA
7 BIRTH OF PRINCE GEORGE
8 PROGRESS of WAR AGAINST TURKS
9 DISPUTE BETWEEN HANOVER & DENMARK
10 PETITIONS AGAINST CONVENTION
11 DEBATE ON CONTENTION
12 SECESSION OF CHIEF MEMBERS IN OPPOSITION
13 HOUSE OF LORDS DEBATE UPON ADDRESS TO HIS MAJESTY
14 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
15 KING OF SPAIN PUBLISHES A MANIFESTO
16 EMPEROR & CZARINA CONCLUDE PEACE WITH TURKS
17 PREPARATIONS FOR WAR IN England
18 PENSION-BILL REVIVED & LOST
19 PORTO BELLO TAKEN by ADMIRAL VERNON
20 MARRIAGE OF PRINCESS MARY TO PRINCE OF HESSE
21 STRONG ARMAMENT SENT TO WEST INDIES
22 DEATH OF EMPEROR & CZARINA
23 PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT
24 DISCONTENTS AGAINST MINISTRY
25 MOTION FOR REMOVING SIR R. WALPOLE FROM HIS MAJESTY'S COUNCILS
26 DEBATE ON MUTINY BILL
27 PROCEEDINGS IN HOUSE OF LORDS
18
1 ARMY UNDER LORD CATHCART & SIR CHALONER OGLE
2 NATURE OF CLIMATE ON SPANISH MAIN
3 ADMIRAL VERNON SAILS TO CARTHAGENA
4 EXPEDITION TO CUBA
5 RUPTURE BETWEEN QUEEN OF HUNGARY & KING OF PRUSSIA
6 TREATY OF NEUTRALITY CONCLUDED WITH FRANCE FOR HANOVER
7 BODY OF FRENCH FORCES JOIN ELECTOR OF BAVARIA
8 WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA & SWEDEN
9 REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA
10 INACTIVITY OF NAVAL POWER OF GREAT BRITAIN
11 REMARKABLE MOTION IN HOUSE OF COMMONS BY LORD SOMERSET
12 COUNTRY PARTY OBTAIN MAJORITY IN COMMONS
13 SIR ROBERT WALPOLE CREATED EARL OF ORFORD
14 CHANGE IN MINISTRY
15 INQUIRY INTO ADMINISTRATION OF SIR ROBERT WALPOLE
16 ELECTOR OF BAVARIA CHOSEN EMPEROR
17 KING OF PRUSSIA GAINS BATTLE AT CZASLAW
18 EXTRAORDINARY RETREAT OF M. DE BELLEISLE
19 KING OF GREAT BRITAIN FORMS ARMY IN FLANDERS
20 PRORESS OF WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA & SWEDEN
21 KING OF SARDINIA DECLARES FOR HOUSE OF AUSTRIA
22 OPERATIONS IN WEST INDIES
23 EXTRAORDINARY MOTION IN HOUSE OF LORDS
24 BILL FOR QUIETING CORPORATIONS
25 CONVENTION BETWEEN EMPEROR & QUEEN OF HUNGARY
26 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRUSSIA & ELECTOR OF HANOVER
27 ENGLISH OBTAIN VICTORY OVER FRENCH
28 TREATY OF WORMS
29 AFFAIRS IN NORTH
30 BATTLE OF CAMPO-SANTO
31 TRANSACTIONS OF BRITISH FLEET
32 FRUITLESS ATTEMPTS UPON SPANISH SETTLEMENTS
19
1 PROJECTED INVASION OF GREAT BRITAIN
2 FRENCH SQUADRON SAILS UP ENGLISH CHANNEL
3 KINGDOM PUT IN STATE OF DEFENCE
4 DESIGN OF FRENCH DEFEATED
5 BILL AGAINST THOSE WHO SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PRETENDER'S SONS
6 NAVAL ENGAGEMENT OFF TOULON
7 TREATY OF FRANCKFORT
8 PROGRESS OF FRENCH KING IN NETHERLANDS
9 PRINCE CHARLES OF LORRAINE PASSES RHINE
10 CAMPAIGN IN BAVARIA & FLANDERS
11 BATTLE OF CONI
12 RETURN OF COMMODORE ANSON
13 REVOLUTION IN BRITISH MINISTRY
14 TREATY OF DRESDEN
15 GR& DUKE OF TUSCANY ELECTED EMPEROR
16 ALLIES ARE DEFEATED
17 KING OF SARDINIA ALMOST STRIPPED OF HIS DOMINIONS
18 ENGLISH TAKE CAPE BRETON
19 PROJECT OF INSURRECTION IN GREAT BRITAIN
20 ELDEST SON OF CHEVALIER DE ST. GEORGE LANDS IN Scotland
21 EFFORTS OF FRIENDS OF GOVERNMENT IN Scotland
22 PRECAUTIONS TAKEN IN England
23 REBELS RETREAT INTO Scotland
24 KING'S TROOPS UNDER HAWLEY ARE WORSTED AT FALKIEK
25 DUKE OF CUMBERL& COMMANDS ROYAL TROOPS
26 REBELS UNDERTAKE SIEGE OF FORT WILLIAM
20
1 DUKE OF CUMBERL& TAKES POSSESSION OF INVERNESS
2 PRETENDER ESCAPES TO FRANCE
3 CONVULSION IN MINISTRY
4 TRIAL & EXECUTION OF REBELS
5 STATES-GENERAL ALARMED AT PROGRESS OF FRENCH
6 COUNT SAXE SUBDUES ALL FLANDERS, BRABANT & HAINAULT
7 FRENCH & SPANIARDS ABANDON PIEDMONT & MILANESE
8 GENOESE EXPEL AUSTRIANS
9 MADRAS TAKEN BY FRENCH
10 NAVAL TRANSACTIONS in WEST INDIES
11 PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED
12 FRENCH & ALLIES TAKE FIELD IN FLANDERS
13 PRINCE OF ORANGE ELECTED STADTHOLDER
14 SIEGE OF BERGEN-OP-ZOOM
15 CHEVALIER DE BELLEISLE SLAIN
16 FRENCH SQUADRON TAKEN
17 ADMIRAL HAWKE OBTAINS ANOTHER VICTORY OVER FRENCH
18 CONGRESS AT AIX-LA-CHAPELLE
19 COMPLIANT TEMPER OF NEW PARLIAMENT
20 PREPARATIONS FOR CAMPAIGN IN NETHERLANDS
21 SIEGE OF MAESTRICHT. FORMS CESSATION
22 TRANSACTIONS IN EAST & WEST INDIES
23 CONCLUSION OF DEFINITIVE TREATY AT AIX-LA-CHAPELLE
21
1 REFLECTIONS ON PEACE
2 PRINCE OF WALES' ADHERENTS JOIN OPPOSITION
3 CHARACTER OF MINISTRY
4 SESSION OPNED
5 EXORBITANT DEM& OF EMPRESS-QUEEN OPPOSED
6 VIOLENT CONTEST CONCERNING SEAMEN'S BILL
7 BILL FOR LIMITING TERM OF SOLDIER'S SERVICE
8 MEASURES TAKEN WITH RESPECT TO AFRICAN TRADE
9 SCHEME FOR IMPROVING BRITISH FISHERY
10 ATTEMPT TO OPEN COMMERCE TO HUDSON'S BAY
11 PLAN FOR MAINTAINING NAVY
12 ELECTION OF CHANCELLOR OF UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
13 SCHEME FOR NEW SETTLEMENT
14 TON OF HALIFAX FOUNDED
15 FRENCH ATTEMPTS TO SETTLE Island OF TOBAGO
16 REJOICINGS FOR PEACE
17 APPEARANCE OF RUPTURE BETWEEN RUSSIA & SWEDEN
18 INTERPOSITION OF KING OF PRUSSIA
19 CONDCT OF DIFFERENT EUROPEAN POWERS
20 INSOLENCE OF BARBARY CORSAIRS
21 DISTURBANCES IN England
22 SESSION OPENED
23 SCHEME FOR REDUCING INTEREST OF NATIONAL DEBT
24 NEW MUTINY BILL
25 BILL FOR ENCOURAGING IMPORTATION OF IRON FROM AMERICA
26 ERECTION OF BRITISH HERRING FISHERY
27 NEW AFRICAN COMPANY
28 WESTMINSTER ELECTION
29 EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON
30 PESTILENTIAL FEVER AT SESSION IN OLD BAILEY
31 DISPUTES BETWEEN RUSSIA & SWEDEN
32 PLAN FOR ELECTING ARCHDUKE JOSEPH KING OF ROMANS
33 DISPUTES WITH FRENCH ABOUT LIMITS OF NOVA SCOTIA
34 TREATY WITH SPAIN
35 SESSION OPENED
36 DEATH & CHARACTER OF PRINCE OF WALES
37 SETTLEMENT OF REGENCY IN CASE OF MINOR SOVEREIGN
38 GENERAL NATURALIZATION BILL
39 CENSURE PASSED UPON PAPER ENTITLED CONSTITUTIONAL QUERIES
40 PROCEEDINGS OF COMMONS ON WESTMINSTER ELECTION
41 MR. MURRAY SENT PRISONER TO NEWGATE
42 SESSION CLOSED. STYLE ALTERED
22
1 DEATH OF QUEEN OF DENMARK & PRINCE OF ORANGE
2 MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN CZARINA & KING OF PRUSSIA
3 MEASURES FOR ELECTING KING OF ROMANS
4 DEATH OF KING OF SWEDEN
5 SESSION OPENED
6 PROCEEDINGS UPON PAMPHLET, ENTITLED CASE OF MR. MURRAY
7 LAW RELATING TO FORFEITED ESTATES IN Scotland
8 NEW CONSOLIDATION OF FUNDS
9 2 PORTS OPENED FOR IMPORTATION OF IRISH WOOL
10 KING SETS OUT FOR HANOVER
11 DISPUTE BETWEEN HANOVER & PRUSSIA
12 MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN COURTS OF LONDON & BERLIN
13 IMPROVEMENT OF POMERANIA
14 TREATY WITH ELECTOR PALATINE
15 SESSION OPENED
16 GAME ACT
17 ACT FOR PERFORMING QUARANTINE
18 ACT FOR PREVENTING PLUNDERING OF SHIPWRECKED VESSELS
19 BILL RELATING TO BOUNTY OF CORN EXPORTED
20 TURKEY TRADE LAID OPEN
21 NATURALIZATION OF JEWS
22 MARRIAGE ACT
23 DELIBERATIONS CONCERNING SUGAR COLONIES
24 FATE OF REGISTER BILL
25 SIR HANS SLOANE'S MUSEUM PURCHASED BY PARLIAMENT
26 EXECUTION OF DR. CAMERON
27 TUMULTS IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF KINGDOM
28 DISTURBANCES IN FRANCE
29 PROCEEDINGS OF DIET RELATIVE TO EAST FRIEZEL&
30 EXTRAORINARY TREATY
31 CONFERENCES WITH RESPECT TO NOVA SCOTIA BROKE UP
32 DESCRIPTION OF NOVA SCOTIA
23
1 AMBITIOUS SCHEMES OF FRENCH
2 RISE & CONDUCT OF OHIO COMPANY
3 PERFIDY OF FRENCH
4 MAJOR LAURENCE DEFEATS FRENCH NEUTRALS
5 BRITISH AMBASSADOR AT PARIS AMUSED WITH GENERAL PROMISES
6 SESSION OPENED
7 REPEAL OF ACT FOR NATURALIZING JEWS
8 MOTION FOE REPEALING A FORMER ACT FAVOURABLE TO JEWS
9 EAST-INDIA MUTINY BILL
10 SESSION CLOSED
11 DEATH OF MR. PELHAM. CHANGE IN MINISTRY
12 NEW PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED & PROROGUED
13 DISPUTES IN IRISH PARLIAMENT
14 TRANSACTIONS IN EAST INDIES
15 ACCOUNT OF ENGLISH SETTLEMENTS
16 DISPUTE ABOUT GOVERNMENT OF ARCOT
17 MAHOMMED ALI KHAN SUPPORTED BY ENGLISH
18 MR. CLIVE TAKES ARCOT
19 MR. CLIVE REDUCES THREE FORTS
20 CHUNDA SAIB TAKEN & PUT TO DEATH
21 CONVENTION BETWEEN EAST INDIA COMPANIES OF England & FRANCE
22 GENERAL VIEW OF BRITISH COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA
23 FRENCH SURPRISE LOG'S TOWN
24 CONFERENCE WITH INDIANS
25 COLONEL WASHINGTON DEFEATED & TAKEN BY FRENCH
26 DIVISIONS AMONG BRITISH COLONIES
27 HEREDITARY PRINCE OF HESSE-CASSEL PROFESSES CATHOLIC RELIGION
28 PARLIAMENT OF PARIS RECALLED FROM EXILE
29 AFFAIRS OF SPAIN & PORTUGAL
30 SESSION OPENED
31 BILL IN BEHALF OF CHELSEA PENSIONERS
32 MESSAGE FROM KING TO HOUSE OF COMMONS
33 COURT OF VERSAILLES AMUSES ENGLISH MINISTRY
34 SESSION CLOSED
24
1 PREPARATIONS FOR WAR
2 EARL PAULET'S MOTION
3 REGENCY APPOINTED
4 BOSCAWEN'S EXPEDITION
5 FRENCH AMBASSADOR RECALLED
6 AFFAIRS OF ENGLISH IN AMERICA
7 BRADDOCK'S UNFORTUNATE EXPEDITION
8 EXPEDITION AGAINST CROWN POINT & NIAGARA RESOLVED ON
9 BRAVERY OF CAPTAIN M'GINNES
10 DESCRIPTION OF FORT OSWEGO
11 EXPEDITION AGAINST NIAGARA
12 GENERAL SHIRLEY RETURNS TO ALBANY
13 TREATY WITH LANDGRAVE OF HESSE-CASSEL
14 NEWS OF CAPTURE OF ALCIDE & LYS REACHES England
15 KING RETURNS FROM HANOVER, & CONCLUDES TREATY WITH RUSSIA
16 DECLARATION OF FRENCH MINISTRY AT COURT OF VIENNA
17 SPIRITED DECLARATION OF PRUSSIA
18 FRENCH MAKE ANOTHER UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT UPON COURT OF SPAIN
19 IMPERIAL COURT REFUSES AUXILIARIES TO England
20 FRENCH TAKE BLANDFORD
21 STATE OF ENGLISH & FRENCH NAVIES
22 SESSION OPENED
23 REMARKABLE ADDRESSES OF BOTH HOUSES
24 HIS MAJESTY'S ANSWER
25 ALTERATIONS IN MINISTRY
26 EARTHQUAKE AT LISBON
27 RELIEF VOTED TO PORTUGUESE
28 MUTINY BILL, MARINE, & MARINERS' ACTS CONTINUED
29 ACT FOR RAISING REGIMENT OF FOOT IN NORTH AMERICA
30 MARITIME LAWS OF England EXTENDED TO AMERICA
31 QUIET OF Ireland RESTORED
32 TREATY CONCLUDED WITH PRUSSIA
33 NEW MILITIA-BILL
34 SESSION CLOSED
25
1 LETTER FROM M. ROUILLE
2 FRENCH THREATEN GREAT BRITAIN WITH INVASION
3 REQUISITION OF 6K DUTCH TROOPS
4 HESSIANS & HANOVERIANS TRANSPORTED INTO England
5 FRENCH PREPARATIONS AT TOULON
6 ADMIRAL BYNG SAILS FOR MEDITERRANEAN
7 ADMIRAL BYNG ARRIVES AT GIBRALTAR
8 HE ENGAGES M. DE LA GALISSONNIERE OFF MINORCA
9 ADMIRAL BYNG SUPERSEDED & SENT HOME PRISONER
10 ACCOUNT OF SIEGE OF ST. PHILIP'S FORT IN MINORCA
11 PRECAUTIONS taken by GENERAL BLAKENEY
12 SIR E. HAWKE SAILS TO MINORCA
13 GALLANTRY OF FORTUNATUS WRIGHT
14 GENERAL BLAKENEY CREATED A BARON
15 MEASURES TAKEN FOR DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN
16 EARL OF LOUDON APPOINTED COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF IN AMERICA
17 HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S DECLARATION OF WAR
18 SUBSTANCE OF FRENCH KING'S DECLARATION
19 ADDRESS OF CITY OF LONDON
20 TRIAL OF GENERAL FOWKE
21 AFFAIRS OF AMERICA
22 EARL OF LOUDON ARRIVES AT NEW YORK
23 OSWEGO REDUCED BY ENEMY
24 FURTHER PROCEEDINGS IN AMERICA
25 NAVAL OPERATIONS IN AMERICA
26 TRANSACTIONS IN EAST INDIES
27 CALCUTTA BESIEGED
28 FATE OF THOSE WHO PERISHED IN DUNGEON AT CALCUTTA
29 ADDITIONAL CRUELTIES EXERCISED ON MR. HOLWELL
30 FORT GERIAH TAKEN BY ADMIRAL WATSON & MR. CLIVE
26
1 MOTIVES OF WAR IN GERMANY
2 MEASURES TAKEN BY KING OF PRUSSIA & ELECTOR OF HANOVER
3 KING OF PRUSSIA DEMANDS EXPLANATION
4 PRUSSIAN ARMY ENTERS SAXONY
5 PRUSSIANS PENETRATE INTO BOHEMIA
6 SAXON ARMY SURRENDERS
7 KING OF POL& 'S MEMORIAL TO STATES-GENERAL
8 IMPERIAL DECREES PUBLISHED AGAINST KING OF PRUSSIA
9 DECLARATION OF DIFFERENT POWERS
10 HIS PRUSSIAN MAJESTY'S ANSWER TO SAXON MEMORIAL
11 DISPUTES BETWEEN PARLIAMENT OF PARIS & CLERGY
12 DEARTH OF CORN IN England
13 SESSION OPENED
14 DEBATES ON ADDRESS
15 BILL PASSED FOR PROHIBITING EXPORTATION OF CORN
16 REFLECTIONS ON CONTINENTAL WAR
17 MESSAGES FROM KING TO PARLIAMENT
18 MEASURES TAKEN TO REMOVE SCARCITY OF CORN
19 MILITIA BILL
20 BILL FOR QUARTERING FOREIGN TROOPS
21 BILL FOR MORE SPEEDY RECRUITING L& -FORCES & MARINES
22 ACT FOR IMPORTING AMERICAN IRON DUTY FREE
23 REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO IMPORTATION OF SILK
24 INQUIRY INTO SCARCITY OF CORN
25 INVESTIGATION OF LOSS OF MINORCA
26 EXAMINATION of AMERICAN CONTRACT
27 INQUIRY INTO CONDUCT OF ADMIRAL KNOWLES
28 RESOLUTIONS concerning MILFORD-HAVEN
29 SESSION CLOSED
30 TRIAL OF ADMIRAL BYNG
31 BILL TO RELEASE MEMBERS OF COURT-MARTIAL
32 EXECUTION OF ADMIRAL BYNG
33 REMARKS ON ADMIRAL BYNG'S FATE
27
1 MR. PITT & MR. LEGGE TAKEN INTO ADMINISTRATION
2 COALITION OF PARTIES
3 DESCENT ON COAST OF FRANCE MEDITATED
4 COMM& OF FLEET GIVEN TO SIR EDWARD HAWKE
5 ADMIRAL KNOWLES SENT TO TAKE AIX
6 ATTACK & SURRENDER OF AIX
7 FLEET RETURNS TO SPITHEAD
8 SIR JOHN MORDAUNT TRIED BY COURT-MARTIAL
9 FLEETS SENT TO EAST & WEST INDIES
10 RIOTS OCCASIONED BY HIGH PRICE OF CORN
11 OPERATIONS IN AMERICA
12 LORD LOUDON'S CONDUCT IN AMERICA
13 FORT WILLIAM-HENRY TAKEN by FRENCH
14 NAVAL TRANSACTIONS IN AMERICA
15 STATE OF AFFAIRS IN EAST INDIES
16 SEDUCTION OF CHANDERNAGORE
17 COLONEL CLIVE DEFEATS SUBA AT PLAISSEY
18 ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF KING OF FRANCE
19 CHANGE IN FRENCH MINISTRY
20 STATE OF CONFEDERACY
21 SKIRMISHES BETWEEN PRUSSIANS & AUSTRIANS
22 NEUTRALITY OF EMPEROR, & BEHAVIOUR OF DUTCH
23 DECLARATION OF CZARINA AGAINST KING OF PRUSSIA
24 KING OF PRUSSIA ENTERS BOHEMIA
25 PRAGUE INVESTED
26 COUNT DAUN COMMANDS AUSTRIANS
27 KING OF PRUSSIA DEFEATED AT KOLIN
28 PREPARATIONS FOR DEFENCE OF HANOVER
29 SKIRMISHS WITH FRENCH
30 DUKE OF CUMBERL& PASSES WESER
31 BATTLE OF HASTENBECK
32 FRENCH TAKE POSSESSION OF HANOVER & HESSE-CASSEL
33 FRENCH REDUCE VERDEN & BREMEN
28
1 FRENCH ENTER PRUSSIAN DOMINIONS
2 RUSSIAN FLEET BLOCKS UP PRUSSIAN PORTS IN BALTIC
3 ARMY OF EMPIRE RAISED
4 AUSTRIANS TAKE GABEL
5 PRINCE OF PRUSSIA LEAVES ARMY
6 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN England & OSTEND BROKE OFF
7 MARESCHAL LEHWALD ATTACKS RUSSIANS NEAR NORKITTEN
8 HASTY RETREAT OF RUSSIANS OUT OF PRUSSIA
9 FRENCH & IMPERIALISTS TAKE GOTHA
10 ACTION BETWEEN PRUSSIANS & AUSTRIANS NEAR GOERLITZ
11 FRENCH OBLIGE FERDIN& TO RETIRE
12 BATTLE OF ROSBACH
13 AUSTRIANS TAKE SCHWEIDNITZ
14 MARESCHAL KEITH LAYS BOHEMIA UNDER CONTRIBUTION
15 HOSTILITIES of SWEDES in POMERANIA
16 MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO DUTCH
17 DISPUTES CONCERNING CONVENTION OF CLOSTER-SEVEN
18 PROGRESS OF HANOVERIAN ARMY
19 DEATH OF QUEEN OF POL&
20 FATE OF CAPTAIN DEATH
21 SESSION OPENED
22 2ND TREATY WITH PRUSSIA
23 BILLS FOR ENCOURAGEMENT OF SEAMEN
24 ACT FOR ASCERTAINING QUALIFICATION OF VOTING
25 BILL FOR MORE EFFECTUALLY MANNING NAVY
26 HABEAS-CORPUS ACT AMENDED
27 SCHEME IN FAVOUR OF FOUNDLING HOSPITAL
28 PROCEEDINGS RELATIVE TO AFRICAN COMPANY
29 SESSION CLOSED
30 VIGOROUS PREPARATIONS FOR WAR
31 FRENCH EVACUATE EMBDEN
32 ADMIRAL BRODERICK'S SHIP BURNT
33 DESCENT AT CANCALLE BAY
34 EXPEDITION AGAINST CHERBOURG
35 DESCENT AT ST. MALOES
36 ENGLISH DEFEATED AT ST. CAS
37 CLAMOURS OF DUTCH MERCHANTS
29
1 EXPEDITION AGAINST SENEGAL
2 FORT LOUIS & SENEGAL TAKEN
3 EXPEDITION TO CAPE-BRETON
4 LOUISBOURG TAKEN
5 ATTEMPT UPON TICONDEROGA
6 FORT FRONTENAC TAKEN & DESTROYED BY ENGLISH
7 BRIGADIER FORBES TAKES FORT DU QUESNE
8 SHIPWRECK OF CAPTAIN BARTON
9 GALLANT EXPLOIT OF CAPTAIN TYRREL
10 TRANSACTIONS IN EAST INDIES
11 TRANSACTIONS on CONTINENT of EUROPE
12 STATE of ARMIES on CONTINENT
13 FRENCH KING CHANGES ADMINISTRATION OF HANOVER
14 TREATY BETWEEN FRENCH KING & DUKE OF BRUNSWICK
15 DECREE OF AULIC COUNCIL
16 BREMEN TAKEN & RETAKEN
17 FRENCH ABANDON HANOVER
18 PRINCE FERDIN& DEFEATS FRENCH
19 PRINCE OF YSEMBOURG DEFEATED
20 GENERAL IMHOFF DEFEATS M. DE CHEVERT
21 GENERAL OBERG DEFEATED by FRENCH
22 DEATH OF DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH
23 OPERATIONS OF KING OF PRUSSIA
24 PROGRESS OF RUSSIANS
25 PRUSSIANS DEFEAT RUSSIANS
26 SUBURBS OF DRESDEN BURNT
27 PRUSSIANS RAISE SIEGE OF NEISS, & RELIEVE DRESDEN
28 INHABITANTS OF SAXONY OPPRESSED
29 PROGRESS OF SWEDES IN POMERANIA
30 PRINCE CHARLES OF SAXONY ELECTED DUKE OF COURL&
31 KING OF England 'S MEMORIAL
32 DEATH OF POPE BENEDICT
33 KING OF PORTUGAL ASSASSINATED
34 PROCEEDINGS OF FRENCH MINISTRY
35 CONDUCT OF KING OF DENMARK
36 CONFERENCES AT HAGUE
30
1 TRIALS OF DRS. HENSEY & SHEBBEARE
2 INSTITUTION OF MAGDALEN & OTHER ASYLUMS
3 SOCIETY FOR ENCOURAGEMENT OF ARTS
4 NEW TREATY WITH KING OF PRUSSIA
5 SUPPLIES GRANTED
6 KING'S MESSAGE TO COMMONS
7 BILLS RELATING TO DISTILLERY
8 REGULATIONS with RESPECT to PRIVATEERS
9 NEW MILITIA LAWS
10 ACT FOR RELIEF OF DEBTORS REVIVED
11 BILLS FOR IMPORTATION OF IRISH BEEF & TALLOW
12 CASE OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS
13 CASE OF CAPTAIN WALKER
14 REMARKS ON BANKRUPT LAWS
15 INQUIR INTO STATE OF POOR
16 REGULATION OF WEIGHTS & MEASURES
17 FOUNDLING HOSPITAL
18 PREPARATIONS FOR WAR
19 DEATH OF PRINCESS OF ORANGE
20 EXAMPLES MADE OF PIRATES
21 MURDER OF DANIEL CLARKE
22 MAJORITY OF PRINCE OF WALES
23 NEW BRIDGE AT BLACKFRIARS
24 FIRE IN CORNHILL
25 METHOD CONTRIVED TO FIND OUT LONGITUDE
26 INSTALLATION AT OXFORD
27 CAPTURES MADE BY CRUISERS
28 PRIZES TAKEN IN WEST INDIES
29 ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN HERCULES & FLORISSANT
30 HAVRE-DE-GRACE BOMBARDED
31 BOSCAWEN DEFEATS M. DE LA CLUE
32 PREPARATIONS MADE BY FRENCH FOR INVADING England
33 ACCOUNT OF THUROT
34 FRENCH FLEET SAILS FROM BREST
35 ADMIRAL HAWKE DEFEATS M. DE CONFLANS
36 IRISH PARLIAMENT
37 LOYALTY OF IRISH CATHOLICS
38 INSURRECTION IN DUBLIN
39 ALARM OF DESCENT IN Scotland
31
1 STATE OF Island OF MARTINIQUE
2 EXPEDITION AGAINST THAT Island
3 ATTEMPT UPON ST. PIERRE
4 DESCENT ON GUADALOUPE
5 FORT-LOUIS REDUCED
6 ENGLISH FLEET SAILS TO DOMINIQUE
7 GENERAL BARRINGTON TAKES GOSIER
8 Island OF MARIGALANTE TAKEN
9 TREATY WITH INDIANS
10 PLAN OF CAMPAIGN
11 GENERAL AMHERST EMBARKS ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN.
12 NIAGARA REDUCED
13 INTRODUCTION TO EXPEDITION AGAINST QUEBEC
14 GENERAL WOLFE LANDS ON Island OF ORLEANS
15 ENGLISH FLEET DAMAGED BY A STORM
16 GENERAL WOLFE ENCAMPS NEAR FALLS OF RIVER MONTMORENCI
17 BRIGADIER MURRAY DETACHED UP RIVER
18 TROOPS L& AT HEIGHTS OF ABRAHAM
19 BATTLE OF QUEBEC
20 QUEBEC TAKEN
32
1 SIEGE OF MADRAS
2 SUCCESS OF COLONEL FORDE
3 SURAT TAKEN BY ENGLISH
4 ADMIRAL POCOCKE DEFEATS MONSIEUR D'APCHE
5 HOSTILITIES OF DUTCH
6 COLONEL COOTE TAKES WANDEWASH
7 COLONEL COOTE CONQUERS ARCOT
8 STATE OF BELLIGERENT POWERS IN EUROPE
9 FRANCKFORT SEIZED BY FRENCH
10 PROGRESS OF HEREDITARY PRINCE OF BRUNSWICK
11 PRINCE FERDIN& ATTACKS FRENCH
12 RETREAT OF PRINCE FERDIN&
13 ANIMOSITY BETWEEN PRINCE FERDIN& & BRITISH COMMANDER
14 FRENCH ENCAMP AT MINDEN
15 DUKE DE BRISSAC ROUTED
16 GENEEAL IMHOFF TAKES MUNSTER
17 BODY OF PRUSSIANS MAKE AN INCURSION INTO POL&
18 PRINCE HENRY PENETRATES into BOHEMIA
19 GENERAL WEDEL DEFEATED BY RUSSIANS
20 BATTLE OF CUNERSDORF
21 ADVANTAGES GAINED BY PRUSSIANS IN SAXONY
22 GENERAL FINCK SURROUNDED & TAKEN
23 DISASTER OF PRUSSIAN GENERAL DIERCKE
24 CONCLUSION OF CAMPAIGN
25 ARRET OF EVANGELICAL BODY AT RATISBON
26 FRENCH MINISTRY STOP PAYMENT
27 STATES-GENERAL SEND OVER DEPUTIES TO England
28 MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO STATES BY MAJOR-GENERAL YORKE
29 COUNTER-MEMORIAL PRESENTED BY FRENCH MINISTER
30 DEATH OF KING OF SPAIN
31 DON CARLOS SUCCEEDS TO KINGDOM OF SPAIN
32 DETECTION & PUNISHMENT OF CONSPIRATORS AT LISBON
33 SESSION OPENED IN England
34 SUBSTANCE OF ADDRESSES
35 PETITIONS RESPECTING PROHIBITION OF MALT DISTILLERY
36 OPPOSITION TO BILL FOR PREVENTING EXCESSIVE USE OF SPIRITS
37 ATTEMPT TO ESTABLISH MILITIA IN Scotland
38 BILL FOR REMOVING POWDER MAGAZINE AT GREENWICH
39 ACT FOR IMPROVEMENT OF STREETS OF LONDON
40 BILL RELATIVE TO SALE OF FISH
41 ACT FOR ASCERTAINING QUALIFICATIONS OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
42 1759 ACT FOR CONSOLIDATING ANNUITIES GRANTED
43 BILL FOR SECURING MONIES FOR USE OF GREENWICH HOSPITAL
44 ACT IN FAVOUR OF GEOEGE KEITH
45 SESSION CLOSED
33
1 DETECTION OF MURDER
2 CLAMOUR AGAINST LORD SACKVILLE
3 HE DEMANDS COURT MARTIAL
4 SENTENCE OF COURT MARTIAL
5 EARL FERRERS APPREHENDED
6 TRIED BY HOUSE OF PEERS
7 EARL FERRERS EXECUTED
8 ASSASSINATION OF MR. MATTHEWS
9 NEW BRIDGE BEGUN AT BLACKFRIARS
10 REMARKABLE ADVENTURE OF FIVE IRISHMEN
11 RAMILLIES MAN OF WAR WRECKED
12 TREATY WITH CHEROKEES. HOSTILITIES RECOMMENCED
13 FATE OF GARRISON AT FORT LOUDOUN
14 BRITISH INTEREST ESTABLISHED ON OHIO
15 FRENCH UNDERTAKE SIEGE OF QUEBEC
16 QUEBEC BESIEGED
17 ENEMIES SHIPPING DESTROYED
18 GENERAL AMHERST REDUCES FRENCH FORT AT ISLE ROYALE
19 FRENCH SHIPS DESTROYED
20 DEMOLITION OF LOUISBOURG
21 INSURRECTION IN JAMAICA
22 ACTION AT SEA OFF HISPANIOLA
23 GALLANT BEHAVIOUR OF CAPTAINS O'BRIEN & TAYLOR
24 TRANSACTIONS IN EAST-INDIES
25 ACHIEVEMENTS IN BAY OF QUIBERON
26 ASTRONOMERS SENT TO EAST INDIES
27 EARTHQUAKES IN SYRIA
28 AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL
29 PATRIOTIC SCHEMES OF KING OF DENMARK
30 MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO STATES-GENERAL
31 STATE OF POWERS AT WAR
32 DEATH OF LANDGRAVE OF HESSE-CASSEL
33 OFFERS MADE BY NEUTRAL POWERS
34 SKIRMISHES IN WESTPHALIA
35 SITUATION OF FRENCH ARMIES
36 EXPLOIT OF COLONEL LUCKNER
37 HEREDITARY PRINCE OF BRUNSWICK DEFEATED
38 VICTORY OBTAINED BY ALLIES
39 HEREDITARY PRINCE MARCHES TO LOWER RHINE
40 ADVANTAGES GAINED by M. DE STAINVILLE
41 ALLIES & FRENCH GO INTO WINTER QUARTERS
34
1 EXPLOIT OF SWEDES IN POMERANIA
2 SKIRMISHES BETWEEN PRUSSIANS & ...
3 POSITION OF ARMIES IN SAXONY & SILESIA
4 GEN. LAUDOHN DEFEATS GEN. FOUQUET & REDUCES GLATZ
5 KING OF PRUSSIA MAKES AN UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT UPON DRESDEN
6 ACTION BETWEEN GENEEAL HULSEN & IMPERIAL ARMY IN SAXONY
7 SITUATION OF KING OF PRUSSIA
8 RUSSIANS & AUSTRIANS POSSESS THEMSELVES OF BERLIN
9 KING OF PRUSSIA DEFEATS AUSTRIANS AT TORGAU
10 DIETS of POL& & SWEDEN ASSEMBLED
11 INTIMATION GIVEN TO STATES OF WESTPHALIA BY KING OF PRUSSIA
12 KING OF POL& 'S REMONSTRANCE
13 REDUCTION OF PONDICHERRY
14 PART OF BRITISH SQUADRON WRECKED IN A STORM
15 DEATH & CHARACTER of KING GEORGE 2
16 RECAPITULATION OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS OF HIS REIGN
17 ACCOUNT OF COMMERCE OF GREAT BRITAIN
18 STATE OF RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY
19 FANATICISM
20 METAPHYSICS & MEDICINE
21 MECHANICS
22 GENIUS
23 MUSIC
24 PAINTING & SCULPTURE
3
1
1 ACCESSION OF GEORGE 3
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT ETC.
3 JUDGES MADE INDEPENDENT OF CROWN
4 CHANGES IN CABINET
5 OPERATIONS OF WAR
6 RESIGNATION OF MR. PITT
7 MARRIAGE OF KING
8 CORONATION OF THEIR MAJESTIES
9 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
10 DISTURBANCES IN Ireland
11 WAR WITH SPAIN
12 FRANCE & SPAIN DECLARE WAR AGAINST PORTUGAL
13 DISSENSIONS IN CABINET
14 EVENTS IN GERMANY, ETC.
15 NEGOCIATIONS FOR PEACE
16 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT & CONCLUSION OF PEACE
17 RESIGNATION OF BUTE
18 CHARACTER & IMPEACHMENT OF WILKES
19 CHANGES IN CABINET
20 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT, & FURTHER PROCEEDINGS AGAINST WILKES
21 PROPOSITION TO TAX AMERICAN COLONIES
22 OPPOSITION OF AMERICANS
23 WAR WITH NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
24 DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES
2
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 DEBATES ON COLONIAL TAXATION
3 INSTABILITY OF CABINET
4 ATTEMPTS TO FORM NEW ADMINISTRATION
5 OPPOSITION TO STAMP DUTIES IN AMERICA
6 EMBARRASSMENT OF MINISTERS & MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
7 SENTIMENTS OF AMERICANS ON DECLARATORY ACT
8 DISSOLUTION OF ROCKINGHAM CABINET
9 DECLINE OF LORD CHATHAM'S POPULARITY
10 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
11 EAST INDIA QUESTION
12 AMERICAN TAXATION
13 CHANGES IN MINISTRY
14 PROCEEDINGS IN AMERICA
15 DOMESTIC TROUBLES & COMMOTIONS
16 RETURN OF WILKES, ETC.
17 RESIGNATION OF LORD CHATHAM
18 AFFAIRS OF WILKES
19 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
20 DEBATE ON WILKES
21 DEBATES ON AMERICA
22 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
23 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
24 DISCONTENTS IN England & Ireland
3
1 AFFAIRS OF AMERICA
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
3 DISSOLUTION OF GRAFTON CABINET
4 DEBATES ON MIDDLESEX ELECTION, ETC.
5 QUESTION OF CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS, ETC.
6 DEBATES ON AMERICA
7 RELEASE OF WILKES
8 AMERICAN AFFAIRS
9 RIOTS AT BOSTON
10 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
11 REMONSTRANCE OF BECKFORD TO KING
12 PROSECUTION OF WOODFALL & ALMON
13 DISPUTES RESPECTING FALKL& ISLANDS
14 AFFAIRS OF AMERICA
15 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
16 DEBATE CONCERNING FALKL& ISLANDS
17 PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS OF LAW OF LIBEL
18 QUARRELS BETWEEN LORDS & COMMONS
19 CONVENTION WITH SPAIN
20 CHANGES IN MINISTRY
4
1 RE-OPENING OF PARLIAMENT
2 PROCEEDINGS AGAINST SHOREHAM
3 RESOLUTIONS RESPECTING PUBLICATION OF DEBATES
4 COMMITTAL OF LORD MAYOR & ALDERMAN OLIVER TO TOWER
5 CONTEST BETWEEN CITY & LEGISLATURE
6 QUESTION OF MIDDLESEX ELECTION
7 QUESTION OF DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT
8 SESSION CLOSED
9 RELEASE OF LORD MAYOR & ALDERMAN OLIVER
10 EDUCATION OF PRINCE OF WALES
11 CITY PETITION TO KING
12 DISPUTES IN CITY
13 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
14 DEBATES ON SUBSCRIPTION TO 39 ARTICLES
15 ECCLESIASTICAL NULLUM TEMPUS BILL
16 CASE OF DR. NOWELL
17 TEST & CORPORATION ACTS
18 ROYAL MARRIAGE ACT
19 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
20 SESSION CLOSED
21 FATE OF QUEEN OF DENMARK
22 DEATH OF PRINCESS DOWAGER OF WALES
23 REVOLUTION IN SWEDEN
24 PARTITION OF POL&
25 INVESTIGATION OF MIDDLESEX ELECTION
26 CHANGES IN MINISTRY
27 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
28 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
5
1 CARIBBS OF ST. VINCENTS
2 PETITION OF NAVAL OFFICERS
3 SUBSCRIPTION TO 39 ARTICLES
4 DEBATES ON EAST INDIA MEASURES
5 SESSION CLOSED
6 PROCEEDINGS IN CITY
7 CONTINENTAL POLITICS
8 IRISH AFFAIRS
9 DISPUTES WITH AMERICAN COLONIES
10 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
11 EARLY MEASURES IN THIS SESSION
12 BOSTONIAN PETITION
13 PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS AGAINST AMERICA
14 BILL FOR ADMINISTRATION OF CANADA
15 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
16 PROCEEDINGS AT BOSTON
17 GENERAL ELECTION
18 MEETING OF NEW PARLIAMENT
6
1 DEBATES ON AMERICA
2 PACIFIC MEASURE OF LORD NORTH
3 BURKE'S PLAN OF CONCILIATION.
4 CLOSE OF SESSION
5 PETITION OF CITY OF LONDON.
6 DEPARTURE OF FRANKLIN
7 ROCEEDINGS OF AMERICANS
8 EXPEDITION TO SEIZE STORES AT SALEM
9 AFFAIR AT LEXINGTON, ETC.
10 MEETING OF ASSEMBLIES & OF GENERAL CONGRESS
11 BATTLE OF BUNKER'S HILL
12 GENERAL WASHINGTON
13 EXPEDITIONS AGAINST TICONDEROGA & CROWN POINT, ETC.
14 EXPEDITION AGAINST CANADA
15 DISPOSITION & REVOLT OF VIRGINIANS
16 CONDUCT OF CONGRESS TOWARDS NEW YORK, ETC.
17 PROCEEDINGS IN England
18 PROSECUTION & TRIAL OF HORNE TOOKE, ETC.
19 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
20 CHANGES IN MINISTRY
21 MILITIA BILL
22 NAVY & L& ESTIMATES
23 PETITION OF NOVA SCOTIA
24 PETITION OF CONGRESS
25 MOTIONS OF DUKE OF GRAFTON
26 L& TAX INCREASED
27 BURKE'S 2ND CONCILIATORY MOTION
28 LORD NORTH'S PROHIBITORY BILL
7
1 AFFAIRS OF Ireland
2 DEBATES ON AMERICA, ETC.
3 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
4 SENTIMENTS OF FOREIGN POWERS, ETC.
5 EVACUATION OF BOSTON BY BRITISH
6 MISSION OF INDIAN CHIEFS
7 AFFAIRS OF CANADA
8 UNSUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON SULLIVAN'S Island
9 AFFAIRS IN VIRGINIA
10 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE BY CONGRESS
11 EXPEDITION AGAINST NEW YORK
12 DEFEAT OF AMERICANS ON LONG Island
13 CONFERENCE ON STATEN Island
14 CAPTURE OF NEW YORK, ETC.
15 CAPTURE OF FORT WASHINGTON
16 CAPTURE OF FORT LEE, & RETREAT OF WASHINGTON
17 EXPEDITION AGAINST RHODE Island
18 SUCCESSES OF GENERAL CARLETON
19 MEASURES OF CONGRESS
20 DEFECTION OF COLONISTS, ETC.
21 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
22 DEBATES ON AMERICA
23 ATTEMPT TO FIRE HIS MAJESTY'S DOCKYARD AT PORTSMOUTH
8
1 LETTERS OF MARQUE GRANTED
2 BILL FOR DETAINING PERSONS IN PRISON CHARGED WITH HIGH-TREASON
3 MISCELLANEOUS DEBATES
4 SPIRITED ADDRESS OF SPEAKER TO KING
5 LORD CHATHAM'S MOTION FOR CONCESSIONS TO AMERICA
6 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
7 SUCCESSES OF WASHINGTON
8 BRITISH EXPEDITION UP HUDSON RIVER
9 AMERICAN EXPEDITION TO LONG Island
10 CAPTURE OF GENERAL PRESCOT, ETC.
11 BATTLE OF BRANDYWINE, ETC.
12 CAPTURE OF PHILADELPHIA
13 OPENING OF DELAWARE
14 CLOSE OF HOWE'S CAMPAIGN
15 EXPEDITION & CAPTURE OF BURGOYNE
16 CLINTON'S EXPEDITION UP HUDSON
17 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
18 DEBATES ON AMERICA
19 DUKE OF RICHMOND'S MOTION FOR INQUIRING INTO STATE OF NATION
20 FOX'S MOTION FOR INQUIRING INTO STATE OF NATION
21 ARMY & NAVY ESTIMATES
22 INTELLIGENCE OF BURGOYNES DEFEAT
23 ROYAL ASSENT TO SEVERAL BILLS.
24 PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED
9
1 DEMONSTRATION OF PUBLIC SPIRIT IN England
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
3 COMMITTEE FOR TAKING STATE OF NATION INTO CONSIDERATION
4 BURKE'S MOTION RELATIVE TO EMPLOYMENT OF INDIANS
5 COMMITTEE OF EVIDENCE IN HOUSE OF LORDS, ETC.
6 LORD NORTHS CONCILIATORY BILLS.
7 INTIMATION OF FRENCH TREATY WITH AMERICA
8 INVESTIGATION OF STATE OF NAVY
9 MOTION FOR EXCLUDING CONTRACTORS FROM PARLIAMENT
10 REVISION OF TRADE OF Ireland
11 BILL FOR RELIEF OF ROMAN CATHOLICS
12 MOTION OF CENSURE ON LORD GEORGE GERMAINE, ETC.
13 LORD CHATHAM'S LAST APPEARANCE IN HOUSE OF LORDS
14 DEATH OF LORD CHATHAM, & POSTHUMOUS HONOURS TO HIS MEMORY
15 DUKE OF RICHMOND'S MOTION RESUMED
16 SESSION CLOSED
17 PROCEEDINGS IN FRANCE
18 NAVAL OPERATIONS IN BRITISH CHANNEL
19 DISGRACEFUL INFRACTION OF CONVENTION OF SARATOGA
20 LAFAYETTE'S EXPEDITION TO CANADA
21 UNFORTUNATE ACTION UNDER LAFAYETTE
22 SIR HENRY CLINTON TAKES COMM& OF BRITISH TROOPS
23 ARRIVAL OF COMMISSIONERS IN AMERICA WITH CONCILIATORY BILLS
24 EVACUATION OF PHILADELPHIA BY BRITISH, ETC.
25 DISGRACE OF GENERAL LEE
26 UNSUCCESSFUL ATTACK BY AMERICANS & FRENCH ON RHODE Island
27 OPERATIONS OF BRITISH ARMY
28 ATTACK OF SAVAGES ON SETTLEMENT OF WYOMING, ETC.
29 ARRIVAL OF FRENCH ENVOY AT PHILADELPHIA
30 MOVEMENTS OF BRITISH & FRENCH FLEETS
31 CAPTURE OF DOMINICA BY FRENCH
32 CAPTURE OF ST. LUCIE BY BRITISH
33 RE-CAPTURE OF ISLANDS OF ST. PIERRE & MIQUELON
34 FRENCH PLANS REGARDING CANADA COUNTERACTED BY WASHINGTON
35 CAPTURE OF SAVANNAH BY BRITISH
36 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
37 AFFAIR RESPECTING ADMIRAL KEPPEL & SIR HUGH PALLISER
10
1 TRIAL OF ADMIRAL KEPPEL & VICE-ADMIRAL PALLISER
2 ATTACKS ON LORD SANDWICH
3 INVESTIGATION RESPECTING CONDUCT OF GENERAL & LORD HOWE
4 RELIEF TO PROTESTANT DISSENTERS
5 DEBATES ON TRADE OF Ireland
6 WAR WITH SPAIN
7 DEBATES ON MILITIA BILL
8 BILL FOR IMPRESSMENT OF SEAMEN
9 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
10 CAUSES OF RUPTURE WITH SPAIN
11 SPANISH ATTEMPT UPON GIBRALTAR
12 FRENCH & ENGLISH FLEETS IN CHANNEL, ETC.
13 AFFAIRS IN WEST INDIES
14 OPERATIONS IN GEORGIA
15 INEFFECTUAL ATTEMPT OF AMERICANS TO REDUCE SAVANNAH
16 BRITISH INCURSIONS INTO VIRGINIA
17 CAPTURE OF STONEY-POINT & VERPLANKS
18 BRITISH EXPEDITION AGAINST CONNECTICUT
19 STONEY-POINT RE-CAPTURED, BUT DESERTED AT APPROACH OF BRITISH
20 BRITISH GARRISON SURPRISED AT PAULUS-HOOK
21 AMERICAN DISASTER AT PENOBSCOT
22 AMERICAN RETALIATION ON INDIANS, ETC.
23 SPANISH INCURSIONS
24 ACTION BETWEEN PAUL JONES & CAPTAIN PEARSON
25 CHANGES IN MINISTRY
26 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
27 LORD SHELBURNE ATTACKS MINISTERS IN CASE OF Ireland
28 LORD OSSORY'S ATTACK ON MINISTERS RESPECTING Ireland
29 LORD NORTH'S PROPOSITION FOR RELIEF OF Ireland
30 DEBATES ON ECONOMICAL REFORM
11
1 BURKE'S PLAN OF ECONOMICAL REFORM
2 REJECTION OF LORD SHELBURNE'S MOTION FOR COMMISSION OF ACCOUNTS
3 MINISTERIAL BILL FOR COMMISSION OF ACCOUNTS
4 BILL FOR EXCLUDING CONTRACTORS FROM PARLIAMENT REJECTED
5 MOTIONS REGARDING PLACES & PENSIONS
6 POLITICAL ALTERCATIONS
7 DEBATES ON INCREASE OF CROWN INFLUENCE
8 LORD NORTH'S PROPOSAL RESPECTING EAST INDIA COMPANY
9 GENERAL CONWAY'S PLAN OF RECONCILIATION WITH AMERICA
10 POPULAR RAGE AGAINST CATHOLICS: RIOTS IN LONDON, ETC.
11 MEASURES ADOPTED BY PARLIAMENT, ARISING OUT OF LONDON RIOTS
12 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
13 TRIAL OF LORD GEORGE GORDON & RIOTERS
14 ADMIRAL RODNEY'S SUCCESS AGAINST SPANIARDS
15 ARMED NEUTRALITY
16 RODNEY ENGAGES FRENCH FLEET
17 EXPEDITION AGAINST SOUTH CAROLINA
18 BATTLE OF CAMDEN, ETC.
19 AFFAIRS AT NEW YORK
20 TREASON OF ARNOLD, & FATE OF MAJOR ANDRE
21 MARITIME LOSSES SUSTAINED BY BRITISH
22 WAR WITH HOLL&
23 GENERAL ELECTION
24 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
12
1 NOTICE OF RUPTURE WITH HOLL&
2 BURKE RE-INTRODUCES SUBJECT OF ECONOMICAL REFORM, ETC.
3 DEBATES ON SUPPLIES
4 MOTION ON EMPLOYMENT OF MILITARY IN LATE RIOTS
5 PETITION OF DELEGATES OF COUNTY ASSOCIATIONS
6 MARRIAGE ACT CORRECTED
7 MOTION OF FOX RESPECTING AMERICAN WAR
8 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
9 ATTACK ON JERSEY
10 GARRISON OF GIBRALTAR RELIEVED
11 REVOLT IN WASHINGTON'S CAMP
12 ARNOLD'S EXPEDITION TO VIRGINIA, ETC.
13 LORD CORNWALLIS'S EXPEDITION TO VIRGINIA
14 SIEGE OF LORD CORNWALLIS IN YORK-TOWN
15 LOSS OF BRITISH DOMINION IN FLORIDA
16 ATTACK ON MINORCA
17 FRENCH & SPANISH FLEETS IN ENGLISH CHANNEL
18 NAVAL ACTION WITH DUTCH
19 CAPTURE OF ST. EUSTATIUS
20 COMMODORE JOHNSTONE ATTACKED BY DE SUFFREIN, ETC.
21 FURTHER OPERATIONS IN WEST INDIES
22 SENTIMENTS OF FOREIGN POWERS TOWARD England
23 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
24 CENSURES ON RODNEY & VAUGHAN
25 DEBATE ON NAVY
26 MOTION OF SIR JAMES LOWTHER FOR PEACE, ETC.
13
1 RECENT EVENTS ON THEATRE OF WAR
2 FOX'S MOTIONS FOR INQUIRY INTO NAVY
3 MOTIONS OF INQUIRY IN HOUSE OF LORDS
4 DEBATES ON LORD GEORGE GERMAINE'S ELEVATION TO PEERAGE
5 RENEWED ATTACKS ON LORD SANDWICH: RESIGNATION OF LORD NORTH
6 NEW MINISTRY
7 AFFAIRS OF Ireland
8 BILL FOR EXCLUDING CONTRACTORS, ETC.
9 RESOLUTIONS RESPECTING WILKES EXPUNGED FROM JOURNALS
10 DISFRANCHISEMENT OF CRICKLADE, ETC.
11 DEBATES ON PARLIAMENTARY REFORM
12 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
13 CHANGE IN MINISTRY
14 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
15 VICTORY OF RODNEY
16 AFFAIRS OF WAR IN AMERICA
17 STATE OF WAR IN WEST INDIES, ETC.
18 MARITIME EVENTS
19 SIEGE & RELIEF OF GIBRALTAR
20 PROSPECT OF GENERAL PACIFICATION
21 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
22 PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE
23 RE-ASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT
24 COALITION MINISTRY
25 RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE WITH AMERICA, ETC.
26 PITT'S PLAN FOR REFORMING TREASURY ETC.
27 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
28 PETITION OF QUAKERS AGAINST SLAVE TRADE
29 SETTLEMENT ON PRINCE OF WALES
30 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
31 EXECUTION OF TREATIES, ETC.
32 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
33 FOX'S INDIA BILL
34 DISSOLUTION OF COALITION MINISTRY, PITT MADE PRIME MINISTER
35 EFFORTS OF OPPOSITION AGAINST NEW MINISTRY
14
1 TRIAL OF PARTIES, & TRIUMPH OF PITT
2 GENERAL ELECTION
3 MEETING OF NEW PARLIAMENT
4 ACTS TO PREVENT SMUGGLING, ETC.
5 1784 BUDGET
6 PITT'S INDIA BILL
7 BILL FOR RESTORATION OF FORFEITED ESTATES IN Scotland
8 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
9 STATE OF Ireland
10 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
11 WESTMINSTER SCRUTINY
12 PITT'S REFORM BILL
13 PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES
14 AFFAIRS OF Ireland
15 CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS
15
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 BILL FOR FORTIFICATION OF DOCK-YARDS AT PORTSMOUTH & PLYMOUTH
3 PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES
4 DEBATES ON INDIA, ETC.
5 RETROSPECTIVE VIEW OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
6 ATTEMPT ON KING'S LIFE
7 TREATIES WITH FRANCE & SPAIN
8 AFFAIRS OF PRINCE OF WALES
16
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 DEBATE ON TREATY OF COMMERCE BETWEEN England & FRANCE
3 PITT'S PLAN OF FINANCIAL REFORM
4 MOTION FOR REPEAL OF CORPORATION & TEST ACTS
5 AFFAIRS OF PRINCE OF WALES
6 MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO ABUSES OF POST-OFFICE
7 IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS
8 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
9 CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS
10 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
11 DISPUTES BETWEEN GOVERNMENT, & EAST INDIA COMPANY
12 PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES
13 ADDITIONS MADE TO BILL FOR TRYING CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS
14 CLAIMS OF AMERICAN ROYALISTS, ETC.
15 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
16 CHARGE AGAINST SIR ELIJAH IMPEY
17 IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS
18 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
19 CONTINENTAL ALLIANCES
20 DERANGEMENT OF HIS MAJESTY: DEBATES ON REGENCY
21 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
17
1 ELECTION OF SPEAKER
2 QUESTION OF REGENCY RESUMED
3 RECOVERY OF HIS MAJESTY
4 ADOPTION OF PLAN OF FORTIFYING WEST INDIAN ISLANDS
5 BILL FOR COMMEMORATION OF PEOPLE'S RIGHTS, ETC.
6 SHOP-TAX REPEALED, ETC.
7 MOTION RESPECTING CORPORATION & TEST ACTS, ETC.
8 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
9 ELECTION OF SPEAKER
10 PITTS FINANCIAL MEASURES
11 IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS
12 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
13 CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS
14 STATE OF PARTIES IN England
15 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
16 DEBATES ON TEST & CORPORATION ACTS
17 FLOOD'S MOTION FOR REFORM OF PARLIAMENT
18 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
19 PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT, ETC.
20 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
21 DISPUTES WITH SPAIN
22 IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS
23 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED, & DISSOLVED
24 SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES WITH SPAIN
25 CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS
26 PROGRESS OF REVOLUTIONARY PRINCIPLES IN England
27 WAR IN INDIA
28 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
18
1 DEBATE ON WAR IN INDIA
2 DISPUTE WITH RUSSIA
3 BILL FOR REGULATION OF CANADA
4 SLAVE-TRADE ABOLITION BILL
5 CATHOLIC RELIEF BILL, ETC.
6 BILL TO AMEND LAW ON LIBELS
7 FINANCIAL MEASURES
8 IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS
9 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
10 PROGRESS OF REVOLUTION IN FRANCE
11 STATE OF PUBLIC OPINION IN England , ETC.
19
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 DEBATES ON RUSSIAN ARMAMENT
3 DEBATES ON AFFAIRS OF INDIA
4 PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT
5 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
6 LONDON POLICE ACT
7 ACT TO RELIEVE SCOTCH EPISCOPALIANS, ETC.
8 SHERIDAN'S MOTION RESPECTING ROYAL BURGHS OF Scotland
9 DEBATES ON PARLIAMENTARY REFORM, ETC.
10 TRIAL OF HASTINGS, ETC.
11 BILL RESPECTING NEW FOREST & TIMBER FOR NAVY
12 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
13 CHANGES IN MINISTRY
14 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
15 PROGRESS OF FRENCH REVOLUTION
16 AFFAIRS OF POL&
17 STATE OF PUBLIC MIND IN England
18 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
19 ALIEN BILL, ETC.
20 EXECUTION OF FRENCH KING
20
1 HOSTILE MESSAGE OF KING TO PARLIAMENT
2 DECLARATION OF WAR BY FRENCH, ETC.
3 PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT
4 TRAITOROUS CORRESPONDENCE BILL
5 PREPARATIONS FOR WAR
6 RELIEF GRANTED TO MERCANTILE MEN
7 RENEWAL OF EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER
8 RELIEF OF ROMAN CATHOLICS OF Scotland , ETC.
9 TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS
10 DISCUSSION ON MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO STATES GENERAL
11 FOX'S MOTION FOR PEACE
12 MR. GREY'S MEASURE OF PARLIAMENTARY REFORM
13 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
14 AFFAIRS OF Ireland
15 PROSPECTS OF FRENCH REPUBLIC
21
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 MILITIA AUGMENTED, ETC.
3 SUSPENSION OF HABEAS CORPUS ACT
4 AGITATION IN England & Scotland
5 INTRODUCTION OF FOREIGN TROOPS
6 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
7 MOTION ON BEHALF OF LA FAYETTE
8 MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO RECENT FAILURES OF OUR ARMIES
9 TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS
10 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
11 MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS
12 EMBASSY TO CHINA, ETC.
13 CORSICA ANNEXED TO CROWN OF England
14 LORD HOWE'S NAVAL VICTORY, ETC.
15 BRITISH CONQUESTS IN WEST INDIES
16 DISPUTES WITH AMERICA
17 MILITARY OPERATIONS ON CONTINENT
18 INTERNAL CONDITION OF FRANCE
19 CONVENTION WITH SWEDEN & DENMARK
20 STATE OF POL&
21 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
22
1 BILL FOR SUSPENSION OF HABEAS CORPUS ACT
2 SUBSIDY TO AUSTRIA
3 SUPPLIES, ETC.
4 PITT'S PLAN TO MAN NAVY, ETC.
5 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
6 TERMINATION OF TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS
7 MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO STATE OF NATION REJECTED
8 MARRIAGE OF PRINCE OF WALES
9 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
10 AFFAIRS OF Ireland
11 NAVAL AFFAIRS IN MEDITERRANEAN, ETC.
12 FRENCH OPERATIONS IN HOLL& , ETC.
13 TREATIES BETWEEN FRANCE & PRUSSIA, ETC.
14 TREATY BETWEEN England & RUSSIA, ETC.
15 CAMPAIGN OF ALPS
16 AFFAIRS OF LA VENDEE
17 ARMIES ON RHINE
18 AFFAIRS AT PARIS
19 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
20 BILL TO PREVENT SEDITIOUS MEETINGS, ETC.
23
1 GREY'S MOTION FOR PEACE, ETC.
2 PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES
3 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
4 NEGOCIATIONS FOR PEACE
5 MILITARY AFFAIRS ON CONTINENT
6 SURRENDER OF CORSICA & ISLE OF ELBA
7 DUTCH ATTEMPT TO RETAKE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
8 FRENCH EXPEDITION TO Ireland
9 DISPUTES BETWEEN FRANCE & AMERICA
10 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
11 PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT
12 MISSION OF LORD MALMESBURY TO PARIS
13 STOPPAGE OF CASH PAYMENTS AT BANK
14 MUTINY IN FLEETS
15 GREY'S MOTION FOR REFORM, ETC.
16 FRENCH DESCENT ON WALES
17 BATTLE OFF CAPE ST. VINCENT
18 BATTLE OFF CAMPERDOWN
19 BLOCKADE OF CADIZ, ETC.
20 WAR ON CONTINENT
21 INTERNAL HISTORY OF FRANCE
22 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
24
1 REDEMPTION OF L& -TAX, ETC.
2 IRISH REBELLION
3 INVASION OF BELGIUM
4 EXPEDITION TO MINORCA
5 BATTLE OF NILE, ETC.
6 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
7 INCOME TAX SANCTIONED, ETC.
8 TREATY WITH RUSSIA
9 UNION WITH Ireland CONSIDERED
10 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
11 CAMPAIGN IN ITALY
12 CAMPAIGN IN EGYPT
13 ESTABLISHMENT OF CONSULAR GOVERNMENT IN FRANCE
14 AFFAIRS OF INDIA
15 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
16 PARLIAMENTARY DISCUSSIONS
17 UNION WITH Ireland COMPLETED
18 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
19 CAMPAIGN IN ITALY
20 CAPTURE OF MALTA
21 NAVAL OPERATIONS
22 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
23 MOTIONS FOR PEACE, ETC.
25
1 COMMENCEMENT OF UNION WITH Ireland
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
3 RESIGNATION OF MR. PITT, ETC.
4 NEW MINISTRY
5 MOTION FOR AN INQUIRY INTO STATE OF NATION
6 PARLIAMENTARY MEASURES
7 WAR WITH NORTHERN POWERS
8 DISSOLUTION OF NORTHERN CONFEDERACY
9 EXPEDITION TO EGYPT
10 AFFAIRS ON CONTINENT
11 NAVAL OPERATIONS
12 TREATY OF AMIENS
13 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
14 PARLIAMENTARY MEASURES
15 PREPARATIONS FOR HOSTILITY
16 MEETING OF NEW PARLIAMENT
17 TRIAL OF COLONEL DESPARD
18 PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS
19 ACT TO RELIEVE CATHOLICS, ETC.
20 WAR PROCLAIMED WITH FRANCE
21 CAUSES FOR RENEWAL OF WAR WITH FRANCE
22 WAR WITH HOLL&
23 MILITIA BILL, ETC.
24 FINANCIAL MEASURES
25 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
26 INSURRECTION IN Ireland
27 LETTER OF PRINCE OF WALES
28 MOVEMENTS OF FRENCH
29 NAVAL CONQUESTS
30 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
31 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
26
1 HIS MAJESTY'S INDISPOSITION
2 CHANGE IN MINISTRY, PITT RESUMES OFFICE
3 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
4 ADDITIONAL FORCE ACT
5 DEBATE ON CORN-LAWS
6 BUDGET, PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
7 AFFAIRS OF FRANCE: NAPOLEON CREATED EMPEROR
8 NAVAL AFFAIRS
9 COALITION BETWEEN PITT & ADDINGTON
10 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
11 ARMY & NAVY ESTIMATES, ETC.
12 DEBATE ON RUPTURE WITH SPAIN
13 CLAIMS OF CATHOLICS
14 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
15 IMPEACHMENT OF LORD MELVILLE
16 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED
17 DISSENSIONS IN CABINET
18 NAPOLEON CROWNED KING OF ITALY
19 CONQUESTS OF NAPOLEON IN BAVARIA
20 BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR, ETC.
21 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
22 DEAT OF MR. PITT
23 GRENVILLE ADMINISTRATION
24 NEGOCIATIONS FOR PEACE
25 WINDHAM'S MILITARY PLAN
26 BUDGET
27 TRIAL OF LORD MELVILLE
28 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
29 PARLIAMENT PROROGUED, ETC.
30 DEATH OF FOX
31 NAVAL SUCCESSES
32 DISPUTES WITH AMERICA
33 AFFAIRS OF SICILY
34 WAR BETWEEN FRANCE & PRUSSIA, ETC.
35 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
27
1 DEBATE ON NEGOCIATION WITH FRANCE
2 FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS
3 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
4 BILL FOR REMOVING DISABILITIES OF ROMAN CATHOLICS
5 DISMISSAL OF MINISTERS
6 NEW CABINET
7 TRIAL OF STRENGTH BETWEEN 2 PARTIES
8 DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT
9 NEW PARLIAMENT
10 CAMPAIGN OF NAPOLEON
11 PEACE OF TILSIT
12 EXPEDITION TO COPENHAGEN
13 HOSTILITIES AGAINST TURKEY
14 EXPEDITION TO EGYPT
15 DISASTERS IN SOUTH AMERICA
16 WAR WITH RUSSIA
17 FRENCH INVASION OF PORTUGAL
18 MILAN DECREE, ETC.
19 DISPUTES WITH AMERICA
20 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
21 DEBATES ON ORDERS IN COUNCIL
22 FINANCIAL MEASURES
23 DEBATE ON Ireland
24 MOTION RESPECTING DROITS OF ADMIRALTY, ETC.
25 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
26 RISING OF SPANISH NATION, ETC.
27 AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL
28 CONFEDERATION OF FRANCE & RUSSIA
29 OPERATIONS IN SPAIN
30 NAVAL AFFAIRS IN MEDITERRANEAN
31 STATE OF CONTINENT
28
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 SUPPLIES, ETC.
3 CHARGES AGAINST DUKE OF YORK
4 PARLIAMENTARY CORRUPTION
5 MOTION FOR REFORM
6 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
7 AFFAIRS OF SPAIN
8 FURTHER OPERATIONS IN SPAIN
9 CAMPAIGN OF NAPOLEON IN ITALY
10 BRITISH EXPEDITION AGAINST NAPLES & WALCHEREN
11 DISSENSIONS IN CABINET
12 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
13 DEBATE ON WALCHEREN EXPEDITION
14 PROCEEDINGS AGAINST SIR FRANCIS BURDETT
15 SUPPLIES
16 SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION
17 PETITION OF IRISH CATHOLICS, ETC.
18 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
19 CAMPAIGN IN PORTUGAL
20 AFFAIRS OF SPAIN
21 FOREIGN CONQUESTS, ETC.
22 MARRIAGE OF NAPOLEON, ETC.
23 ILLNESS OF HIS MAJESTY: OPENING OF PARLIAMENT, ETC.
24 OPENING OF PARLIAMENT BY REGENT
25 DEBATE ON RE-APPOINTMENT OF DUKE OF YORK TO WAR-OFFICE
26 SUPPLIES
27 BULLION COMMITTEE, ETC.
28 SUBJECT OF MILITARY DISCIPLINE
29 LOUD SIDMOUTH'S MOTION RESPECTING DISSENTING PREACHERS
30 AFFAIRS OF IRISH CATHOLICS
31 AMENDMENT OF CRIMINAL LAW
32 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
33 DISPUTES WITH AMERICA
34 CAPTURE OF JAVA
35 AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL
36 AFFAIRS OF SPAIN, CAPTURE OF BADAJOZ, ETC.
37 NAVAL AFFAIRS
38 AFFAIRS OF FRANCE
29
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 AUGMENTATION OF CIVIL LIST
3 BILL FOR PROHIBITING GRANT OF OFFICES IN REVERSION, ETC.
4 CHANGES IN MINISTRY, ETC.
5 ATTACKS UPON MINISTERS
6 ASSASSINATION OF MR. PERCEVAL
7 ADMINISTRATION OF LORD LIVERPOOL
8 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
9 POPULATION RETURNS, ETC.
10 BILL FOR PRESERVATION OF PEACE
11 BILL TO EXTEND PRIVILEGES OF DISSENTERS
12 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT, ETC.
13 CAPTURE OF CIUDAD RODRIGO BY BRITISH
14 STORM & CAPTURE OF BADAJOZ
15 OPERATIONS IN SPAIN
16 WAR BETWEEN FRANCE & RUSSIA
17 WAR WITH AMERICA
18 MEETING OF NEW PARLIAMENT
19 DEBATES ON WAR WITH AMERICA
20 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
21 RENEWAL OF EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER
22 CATHOLIC QUESTION
23 CURATES' BILL, ETC.
24 APPOINTMENT OF VICE-CHANCELLOR
25 DEBATES ON TREATY WITH SWEDEN
26 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
27 AFFAIRS OF SPAIN
28 AMERICAN CAMPAIGN
29 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
30 BILL FOR ALLOWING MILITIA TO VOLUNTEER INTO LINE, ETC.
30
1 PARLIAMENTARY MEASURES
2 CAMPAIGN OF LORD WELLINGTON
3 ALLIES ENTER PARIS: NAPOLEON DETHRONED, ETC.
4 TREATY OF PEACE
5 HONOURS CONFERRED ON WELLINGTON, ETC.
6 VISIT OF ALLIED SOVEREIGNS
7 CONGRESS OF VIENNA
8 CAMPAIGN IN AMERICA, ETC.
9 TREATY OF PEACE WITH AMERICA, ETC.
10 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
11 RETURN OF NAPOLEON FROM. ELBA
12 TRIAL BY JURY, ETC.
13 WAR RESOLVED ON & FINANCIAL MEASURES
14 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
15 CONGRESS OF VIENNA
16 AFFAIRS OF FRANCE
17 BATTLE OF WATERLOO
18 CAPTURE OF PARIS. SURRENDER OF NAPOLEON, ETC.
19 RETURN OF LOUIS 18 TO PARIS
20 BRITAIN GAINS POSSESSION OF Island OF CEYLON
21 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
22 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
23 DEBATES ON TREATIES
24 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
25 ROYAL MARRIAGES
26 VARIOUS MOTIONS
27 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
28 RIOTS, ETC.
29 EXPEDITION TO ALGIERS
30 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
31 MEASURES OF ECONOMY
32 RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLIC LIBERTY
33 COMMITTEE ON POOR-LAWS, ETC.
34 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
35 RIOTS AT MANCHESTER, ETC.
36 DEATH OF PRINCESS CHARLOTTE
31
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 MOTION FOR SECRET COMMITTEES PREPARATORY TO BILL OF INDEMNITY
3 EXTENSION OF BANK RESTRICTION
4 TREATY WITH SPAIN
5 ROYAL MARRIAGES
6 SUPPLIES
7 ALIEN ACT, ETC.
8 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
9 STATE OF MANUFACTURERS OF LANCASHIRE, ETC.
10 DEATH OF QUEEN CHARLOTTE
11 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
12 DUKE OF YORK APPOINTED GUARDIAN TO HIS MAJESTY
13 COMMITTEE ON CRIMINAL CODE
14 MEASURES FOR RESUMPTION OF CASH-PAYMENTS
15 FINANCIAL STATEMENT
16 CATHOLIC CLAIMS
17 FOREIGN ENLISTMENT ACT
18 SLAVE-TRADE, ETC.
19 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
20 SEDITIOUS ASSEMBLAGES
21 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
22 MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO STATE OF NATION
23 PARLIAMENTARY REFORM
24 CESSION OF PARGA TO TURKS
25 DEATH OF GEORGE 3
32
1 ACCESSION OF GEORGE 4
2 DECLARATION OF KING, ETC.
3 DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT
4 CATO-STREET CONSPIRACY
5 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
6 BILLS FOR AMENDING CRIMINAL CODE
7 EDUCATION BILL
8 MOTION FOR COMMITTEE ON CORN-LAWS
9 MOTION FOR COMMITTEE RESPECTING FREE TRADE
10 CIVIL LIST, ETC.
11 MESSAGE RESPECTING QUEEN
12 TRIAL OF QUEEN
33
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 DEBATE ON HOLY ALLIANCE
3 CATHOLIC QUESTION
4 MOTIONS FOR PARLIAMENTARY REFORM, ETC.
5 REPORT OF AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE
6 NAVIGATION LAWS
7 SUPPLIES, ETC.
8 CORONATION OF GEORGE 4
9 DEATH OF QUEEN CAROLINE
10 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
11 CHANGES IN CABINET
12 MOTION TO RESTORE ROMAN CATHOLIC PEERS TO THEIR SEATS IN PARLIAMENT
13 MOTION ON AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS, ETC.
14 ACTS FOR REDUCTION OF EXPENDITURE
15 DEBATES ON CURRENCY
16 REDUCTION OF IMPOSTS, ETC.
17 MOTION FOR PARLIAMENTARY REFORM
18 CAUSE OF GREEKS, PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
19 CHANGE IN CABINET
34
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 AFFAIRS OF AGRICULTURE & COMMERCE
3 SUPPLIES
4 CATHOLIC QUESTION
5 AFFAIRS IN Ireland
6 MOTIONS TO REFORM CRIMINAL LAW
7 MOTION TO REFORM SCOTCH REPRESENTATION
8 NEW LONDON BRIDGE BILL
9 MOTION RESPECTING DUTY ON LEEWARD ISLANDS
10 EXPENSES OF CORONATION
11 MUNIFICENCE OF GEORGE 4
12 IRISH TI COMMUTATION BILL, ETC. PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
13 STATE OF COUNTRY
14 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
15 ATTACK ON MINISTERS WITH REFERENCE TO SPAIN, ETC.
16 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
17 TRADE QUESTION
18 ALIEN BILL, ETC.
19 DISCUSSIONS ON REVOLT IN DEMARARA, ETC.
20 STATE OF BRITISH COLONIES
21 EAST INDIA AFFAIRS
35
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 BILL FOR SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL ASSOCIATIONS IN Ireland
3 CATHOLIC RELIEF BILL
4 COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY INTO STATE OF Ireland
5 MR. HUME'S MOTION AGAINST IRISH CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT, ETC.
6 STATE OF IRISH CHARTER SCHOOLS
7 DEBATES ON ALLEGED ABUSES IN CHANCERY
8 REGULATION OF SALARIES OF JUDGES
9 REJECTION OF UNITARIAN MARRIAGE ACT, ETC.
10 ACT AGAINST COMBINATIONS AMONG WORKMEN
11 FREE-TRADE SYSTEM
12 SURRENDER, OF CHARTER OF LEVANT COMPANY
13 REPORT OF TREATIES
14 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
15 PROPOSALS FOR ABOLITION OF CERTAIN TAXES, ETC.
16 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
17 GREAT COMMERCIAL PANIC
18 BURMESE WAR
19 REVIEW OF FOREIGN RELATIONS
36
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 MEASURES PROPOSED FOR RELIEVING COMMERCIAL DISTRESS
3 BILL TO ENABLE PRIVATE BANKS TO HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PARTNERS
4 APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE ON EMIGRATION
5 MODIFICATION OF CORN-LAWS
6 DEBATES ON FREE TRADE
7 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
8 BILL TO PREVENT BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS
9 PARLIAMENTARY REFORM
10 ALTERATION OF CRIMINAL CODE
11 CASE OF MR. KENRICK
12 STATE OF COLONIES
13 MODE FOR AMENDING REPRESENTATION OF EDINBURGH, ETC
14 RESOLUTION FOR REGULATION OF PRIVATE COMMITTEES
15 MOTION TO HOLD PARLIAMENT OCCASIONALLY IN DUBLIN & EDINBURGH
16 RESTORATION OF FORFEITED SCOTCH PEERAGES
17 MOTION TO DISJOIN PRESIDENCY OF BOARD OF TRADE FROM
18 CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION, ETC.
19 INDIA JURY BILL, ETC.
20 NATURALIZATION ACT, ETC.
21 PROROGATION & DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT
22 GENERAL ELECTION
23 BURMESE WAR
24 MEETING OF NEW PARLIAMENT
25 MOTION FOR SELECT COMMITTEE ON JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES, ETC.
26 KING'S MESSAGE RESPECTING CONDUCT OF SPAIN TOWARDS PORTUGAL
27 RESOLUTIONS AGAINST BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS
37
1 DEATH OF DUKE OF YORK
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
3 CATHOLIC QUESTION
4 CORN-LAWS
5 DISSOLUTION OF MINISTRY
6 REASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT
7 EXPLANATIONS OF MEMBERS, & HOSTILITY TO MINISTRY
8 OPINIONS OF HIS MAJESTY ON CATHOLIC QUESTION
9 MOTION ON CHANCELLOR'S JURISDICTION IN BANKRUPTCY
10 MOTIONS REGARDING STAMP-DUTY & CHEAP
11 PUBLICATIONS
12 CORN-LAW QUESTION
13 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
14 CORRUPT BOROUGHS
15 GAME-LAWS
16 IMPROVEMENT OF CRIMINAL CODE
17 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
18 DEATH OF MR. CANNING
19 ADMINISTRATION OF LORD GODERICH
20 REVIEW OF FOREIGN POLICY
38
1 DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S ADMINISTRATION
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
3 DISCUSSIONS & EXPLANATIONS CONCERNING DISSOLUTION OF GODERICH
4 QUESTIONS OF FINANCE
5 MOTION FOR GRANT TO FAMILY OF MR. CANNING
6 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
7 REPEAL OF TEST & CORPORATION ACTS
8 CATHOLIC QUESTION
9 MOTION ON STATE OF LAW
10 BILLS CONNECTED WITH ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF HOUSE
11 CORN-LAW QUESTION
12 DIVISIONS IN CABINET
13 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
14 DISTURBANCES IN Ireland
15 DEATH OF EARL OF LIVERPOOL
16 FOREIGN POLICY
39
1 CATHOLIC QUESTION
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
3 SUPPRESSION OF CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION
4 REJECTION OF MR. PEEL AT OXFORD
5 TRIUMPH OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION
6 BILL FOR DISFRANCHISEMENT OF 40 SHILLING FREEHOLDERS
7 CASE OF MR. O'CONNELL
8 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
9 MOTION FOR PARLIAMENTARY REFORM
10 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT, ETC.
11 STATE OF AFFAIRS IN Ireland
12 AGRICULTURAL & COMMERCIAL DISTRESS
13 FOREIGN POLITICS
40
1 STATE OF PARTIES
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
3 MOTION FOR COMMITTEE OF WHOLE HOUSE ON STATE OF NATION
4 REDUCTION OF SALARIES OF PUBLIC OFFICERS, ETC.
5 MOTION FOR REVISING WHOLE SYSTEM OF TAXATION
6 COMMITTEE ON EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER
7 DEBATE ON PROPOSAL TO ALTER CURRENCY
8 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, BILL FOR REPEALING DUTY ON BEER, ETC.
9 QUESTION OF REFORM
10 CASE OF EAST RETFORD
11 MR. O'CONNELL'S BILL FOR REFORM BY UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE, ETC.
12 MR. O'CONNELL'S BILL FOR REFORM BY UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE & VOTE
13 BILL FOR REMOVING CIVIL DISABILITIES AFFECTING JEWS
14 BILL FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN CASES OF FORGERY
15 BILL FOR AMENDING LAW OF LIBEL
16 ALTERATIONS IN COURTS OF JUSTICE
17 ILLNESS OF HIS MAJESTY
18 BILL TO AUTHORISE ADHIBITING OF SIGN-MANUAL BY STAMP
19 DEATH OF KING, & ACCESSION OF DUKE OF CLARENCE, WILLIAM 4
41
1 ROYAL MESSAGE TO PARLIAMENT & RUPTURE BETWEEN MINISTERS
2 PROROGATION & DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT
3 STATE OF PARTIES
4 MEETING OF NEW PARLIAMENT
5 DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING THEIR MAJESTIES' VISIT TO LONDON
6 MAJORITY AGAINST MINISTERS FOR SELECT COMMITTEE ON CIVIL LIST
7 FORMATION OF EARL GREY'S ADMINISTRATION
8 DEATH OF MR. HUSKISSON
9 STATE OF FOREIGN NATIONS
42
1 STATE OF REFORM QUESTION
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
3 INTRODUCTION OF REFORM BILL
4 DEBATE ON MOTION THAT BILL BE READ 2ND TIME, ETC.
5 MOTION OF ADJOURNMENT PENDING ORDNANCE ESTIMATES CARRIED AGAINST
6 BUDGET, PROPOSED CHANGES IN TAXES, ETC. ARRANGEMENT OF CIVIL
7 GENERAL ELECTION
8 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT, REFORM QUESTION RENEWED IN PARLIAMENT
9 REJECTION OF REFORM BILL BY LORDS
10 CONSEQUENCES OF REJECTION OF REFORM BILL
11 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
12 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
13 CORONATION OF WILLIAM 4
14 OPENING OF NEW LONDON BRIDGE, ETC.
15 RAVAGES OF CHOLERA
16 FOREIGN AFFAIRS
17 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
18 NEW REFORM BILL
43
1 REFORM BILL PASSED BY COMMONS
2 DEBATES ON REFORM BILL IN LORDS
3 DISTURBED STATE OF NATION
4 REASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT
5 FAILURE OF ATTEMPTS TO FORM NEW ADMINISTRATION, MINISTERS
6 REFORM BILL PASSED
7 IRISH & SCOTCH REFORM BILLS PASSED
8 BILL TO PREVENT BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS, ETC.
9 COMMITTEES ON IRISH TITHES
10 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
11 COMMITTEE ON CHARTER OF EAST INDIA COMPANY, ETC.
12 AFFAIRS OF WEST INDIES
13 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
14 GENERAL ELECTION
15 RESIGNATION OF SPEAKER
16 STATE OF Ireland
17 STATE OF CONTINENT
44
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT, RE-ELECTION OF MR. MANNERS SUTTON AS SPEAKER
2 OPENING OF REFORMED PARLIAMENT BY KING IN PERSON
3 CASE OF MR. PEASE
4 IRISH COERCION BILL
5 IRISH CHURCH BILL
6 IRISH TI BILL
7 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
8 BANK OF England CHARTER RENEWED
9 EAST INDIA QUESTION
10 ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN COLONIES
11 FACTORY BILL
12 CORN LAWS
13 RESOLUTIONS AGAINST BRIBERY, ETC.
14 BILL TO REMOVE CIVIL DISABILITIES OF JEWS
15 FOREIGN AFFAIRS
45
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 MR. O'CONNELL'S MOTION FOR REPEAL OF UNION
3 DIVISIONS IN CABINET
4 COMMISSION ISSUED TO INQUIRE INTO STATE OF IRISH CHURCH
5 IRISH TI QUESTION
6 RENEWAL OF IRISH COERCION BILL
7 RESIGNATION OF EARL GREY, ETC.
8 REJECTION OF IRISH TI QUESTION BY PEERS
9 STATE OF ECCLESIASTICAL QUESTIONS & CLAIMS OF DISSENTERS
10 POOR-LAW AMENDMENT ACT
11 CORN-LAW QUESTION
12 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, ETC.
13 BILL FOR REMOVAL OF CIVIL DISABILITIES OF JEWS, ETC.
14 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
15 DISSOLUTION OF CABINET
16 SIR ROBERT PEEL APPOINTED PRIME-MINISTER
17 DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT
18 ACT ABOLISHING SLAVERY IN WEST INDIES CARRIED INTO EFFECT
19 STATE OF CONTINENT
46
1 STATE OF PARTIES
2 GENERAL ELECTION
3 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. CONTEST FOR ELECTION OF SPEAKER
4 OPENING OF SESSION
5 DISCUSSION IN LORDS RESPECTING SLAVERY ABOLITION ACT
6 MOTION OF MARQUIS OF CHANDOS TO REPEAL MALT-TAX
7 DISSENTERS' MARRIAGE ACT
8 REPORT OF COMMISSION REGARDING CHURCH OF England , ETC
9 REPEATED DEFEATS OF MINISTRY IN HOUSE OF COMMONS
10 QUESTION OF APPROPRIATION OF SURPLUS OF REVENUES OF
11 RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS, & RESTORATION OF LORD MELBOURNE'S CABINET
12 MUNICIPAL REFORM & IRISH CHURCH
13 AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS
14 DISCUSSION REGARDING ORANGE SOCIETIES IN Ireland
15 VOTE BY BALLOT, ETC.
16 BUDGET
17 DISCUSSIONS REGARDING CANADA
18 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
19 STATE OF CONTINENT
47
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 QUESTION OF ORANGE LODGES
3 BILL TO REFORM IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS
4 IRISH TI -BILL
5 COMMUTATION OF TITHES IN England
6 BILL FOR REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, & MARRIAGES, ETC.
7 BILL TO ALTER REVENUES & TERRITORIES OF DIFFERENT SEES, ETC.
8 BILL TO ABOLISH SECULAR JURISDICTION OF BISHOPS, ETC.
9 BILL TO AMEND ENGLISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATION ACT
10 BILL TO ALLOW FELONS' COUNSEL TO ADDRESS JURY, ETC.
11 ABOLITION OF IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT, ETC.
12 ELECTION COMMITTEES
13 NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT
14 MOTION FOR REDUCTION OF TAXATION ON BEHALF OF AGRICULTURISTS
15 BUDGET, ETC.
16 DISCUSSIONS ON COLONIES, & ON OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS
17 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
18 AFFAIRS OF Ireland
19 FOREIGN RELATIONS
48
1 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
2 CONSIDERATION OF STATE OF Ireland
3 QUESTION OF ESTABLISHING SYSTEM OF POOR-LAWS IN Ireland
4 IRISH TI QUESTION
5 QUESTION OF CHURCH-RATES
6 CHURCH OF Scotland
7 NOTICES OF MOTIONS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES
8 OPERATION OF NEW POOR-LAWS
9 AFFAIRS OF CANADA
10 STATE OF BANKING SYSTEM, ETC.
11 CONSIDERATION OF FOREIGN POLICY OF England UNDER WHIG
12 MOTION ON STATE OF NATION
13 ILLNESS & DEATH OF KING, REMARKS ON HIS CHARACTER
51
1 STATE OF PARTIES
2 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
3 CORN-LAW QUESTION
4 AFFAIRS OF Ireland DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT
5 IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS BILL
6 PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT RESPECTING JAMAICA
7 AFFAIRS OF AMERICA
8 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
9 DISSOLUTION OF GRAFTON CABINET
10 DEBATES ON MIDDLESEX ELECTION, ETC.
11 QUESTION OF CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS, ETC.
12 DEBATES ON AMERICA
13 RELEASE OF WILKES
14 AMERICAN AFFAIRS
15 RIOTS AT BOSTON
16 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
17 REMONSTRANCE OF BECKFORD TO KING
18 PROSECUTION OF WOODFALL & ALMON
19 DISPUTES RESPECTING FALKL& ISLANDS
20 AFFAIRS OF AMERICA
21 MEETING OF PARLIAMENT
22 DEBATE CONCERNING FALKL& ISLANDS
23 PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS OF LAW OF LIBEL
24 QUARRELS BETWEEN LORDS & COMMONS
25 CONVENTION WITH SPAIN
26 CHANGES IN MINISTRY
49
1 ACCESSION OF QUEEN VICTORIA
2 QUEEN'S MESSAGE TO BOTH HOUSES: EULOGIES OF LATE SOVEREIGN IN
3 BILL FOR PROVIDING SUCCESSION TO CROWN
4 BUDGET, ETC.
5 ALTERATIONS IN CRIMINAL LAW, ETC.
6 PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT
7 STATE OF PARTIES & ELECTIONS
8 CITY BANQUET TO QUEEN
9 OPENING OF NEW PARLIAMENT
10 SUBJECT OF CIVIL LIST DEBATED
11 SUBJECT OF PENSION LIST
12 INTELLIGENCE FROM CANADA, DISCUSSION ON SUBJECT
13 STATE OF CONTINENT
50
1 PARLIAMENT REASSEMBLES, DEBATES ON CANADA, ADDRESS TO THRONE
2 QUESTION OF ELECTION COMMITTEES, ETC.
3 MOTION FOR BALLOT
4 PARLIAMENTARY QUALIFICATION BILL
5 PERSONAL ATTACKS
6 REVIVAL OF ANTI-SLAVERY AGITATION, ETC.
7 DEBATES ON IRISH POOR-LAW BILL, BILL CARRIED
8 MOTION FOR REPEAL OF APPROPRIATION CLAUSE, MINISTERIAL PLAN
9 COMMITTEE OF HOUSE OF COMMONS UPON IRISH MUNICIPAL BILL
10 CORONATION
11 DEBATES IN HOUSE OF COMMONS ON IRISH TI QUESTION
12 IRISH POOR-LAW BILL CARRIED IN LORDS
13 PROJECTED FORMATION OF A COLONY IN NEW ZEAL& , ETC.
14 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, ETC.
15 MOTION FOR REPEAL OF CORN-LAWS
16 VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS IN LAW
17 SELECT COMMITTEE TO INQUIRE INTO OPERATION OF POOR-LAWS
18 COMBINATIONS IN England & Ireland
19 JOHN THOM. ALIAS SIR WILLIAM COURTENAY
20 COMMITTEE ON CHURCH LANDS
21 ACT FOR ABOLISHING PLURALITIES, ETC.
22 SUBJECT OF EDUCATION DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT
23 QUESTION OF CANADA RENEWED
24 QUEEN PROROGUES PARLIAMENT
25 DISAFFECTION AMONG WORKING CLASSES
26 PROPOSED REDUCTION OF RATES OF POSTAGE
27 STATE OF Ireland
28 AFFAIRS OF CANADA
29 STATE OF CONTINENT
2 1848 History of England, from Accession of James 2 by Macaulay, Thomas Babington 1800 - 59 1,102,902W 4,412 73:32 1
1 1848 85,500W 342P 5:42:07 156M 230,627W 923 15:23
1
1 Britain under Romans
2 Britain under Saxons
3 Conversion of Saxons to Christianity
4 Danish Invasions
5 Normans
6 Norman Conquest
7 Separation of England & Normandy
8 Amalgamation of Races
9 English Conquests on Continent
10 Wars of Roses
11 Extinction of Villenage
12 Beneficial Operation of Roman Catholic Religion
13 early English Polity often misrepresented, & why?
14 Nature of Limited Monarchies of Middle Ages
15 Prerogatives of early English Kings
16 Limitations of Prerogative
17 Resistance an ordinary Check on Tyranny in Middle Ages
18 Peculiar Character of English Aristocracy
19 Government of Tudors
20 Limited Monarchies of Middle Ages generally turned into Absolute Monarchies
21 English Monarchy a singular Exception
22 Reformation & its Effects
23 Origin of Church of England
24 Her peculiar Character
25 Relation in which she stood to Crown
26 Puritans
27 Their Republican Spirit
28 No systematic parliamentary Opposition offered to Government of Elizabeth
29 Question of Monopolies
30 Scotland & Ireland become Parts of same Empire with England
31 Diminution of Importance of England after Accession of James 1
32 Doctrine of Divine Right
33 Separation between Church & Puritans becomes wider
34 Accession & Character of Charles 1
35 Tactics of Opposition in House of Commons
36 Petition of Right
37 Petition of Right violated
38 Character & Designs of Wentworth
39 Character of Laud
40 Star Chamber & High Commission
41 Ship Money
42 Resistance to Liturgy in Scotland
43 Parliament called & dissolved
44 Long Parliament
45 1st Appearance of 2 great English Parties
46 Remonstrance
47 Impeachment of 5 Members
48 Departure of Charles from London
49 Commencement of Civil War
50 Successes of Royalists
51 Rise of Independents
52 Oliver Cromwell
53 Selfdenying Ordinance
54 Victory of Parliament
55 Domination & Character of Army
56 Rising against Military Government suppressed
57 Proceedings against King
58 His Execution
59 Subjugation of Ireland & Scotland
60 Expulsion of Long Parliament
61 Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell
62 Oliver succeeded by Richard
63 Fall of Richard & Revival of Long Parliament
64 Second Expulsion of Long Parliament
65 Army of Scotland marches into England
66 Monk declares for Free Parliament
67 1660 General Election
68 Restoration
2
1 Conduct of those who restored House of Stuart unjustly censured
2 Abolition of Tenures by Knight Service
3 Disbandment of Army
4 Disputes between Roundheads & Cavaliers renewed
5 Religious Dissension
6 Unpopularity of Puritans
7 Character of Charles 2
8 Character of Duke of York & Earl of Clarendon
9 1661 General Election
10 Violence of Cavaliers in new Parliament
11 Persecution of Puritans
12 Zeal of Church for Hereditary Monarchy
13 Change in Morals of Community
14 Profligacy of Politicians
15 State of Scotland
16 State of Ireland
17 Government become unpopular in England
18 War with Dutch
19 Opposition in House of Commons
20 Fall of Clarendon
21 State of European Politics, & Ascendancy of France
22 Character of Lewis 14
23 Triple Alliance
24 Country Party
25 Connection between Charles 2 & France
26 Views of Lewis with respect to England
27 Treaty of Dover
28 Nature of English Cabinet
29 Cabal
30 Shutting of Exchequer
31 War with United Provinces, & their extreme Danger
32 William, Prince of Orange
33 Meeting of Parliament
34 Declaration of Indulgence
35 It is cancelled, & Test Act passed
36 Cabal dissolved
37 Peace with United Provinces
38 Administration of Danby
39 Embarrassing Situation of Country Party
40 Dealings of that Party with French Embassy
41 Peace of Nimeguen
42 Violent Discontents in England
43 Fall of Danby: Popish Plot
44 Violence of new House of Commons
45 Temple's Plan of Government
46 Character of Halifax
47 Character of Sunderl&
48 Prorogation of Parliament
49 Habeas Corpus Act
50 1679 2nd General Election
51 Popularity of Monmouth
52 Lawrence Hyde
53 Sidney Godolphin
54 Violence of Factions on Subject of Exclusion Bill
55 Names of Whig & Tory
56 Meeting of Parliament
57 Exclusion Bill passes Commons
58 Exclusion Bill rejected by Lords
59 1681 Execution of Stafford
60 General Election
61 Parliament held at Oxford, & dissolved
62 Tory Reaction
63 Persecution of Whigs
64 Charter of City confiscated
65 Whig Conspiracies
66 Detection of Whig Conspiracies
67 Severity of Government
68 Seizure of Charters
69 Influence of Duke of York
70 He is opposed by Halifax
71 Lord Guildford
72 Policy of Lewis
73 State of Factions in Court of Charles at time of his Death
3
1 1685 Great Change in State of England
2 1685 Population of England
3 Increase of Population greater in North than in South
4 1685 Revenue
5 Military System
6 Navy
7 Ordnance
8 Noneffective Charge
9 Charge of Civil Government
10 Great Gains of Ministers & Courtiers
11 State of Agriculture
12 Mineral Wealth of Country
13 Increase of Rent
14 Country Gentlemen
15 Clergy
16 Yeomanry
17 Growth of Towns
19 Bristol
20 Norwich
21 Other Country Towns
22 Manchester
23 Leeds
24 Sheffield
25 Birmingham
26 Liverpool
27 Watering-places
28 Cheltenham
29 Brighton
30 Buxton
31 Tunbridge Wells
32 Bath
33 London
34 City
35 Fashionable Part of Capital
36 Lighting of London
37 Police of London
38 Whitefriars
39 Court
40 Coffee Houses
41 Difficulty of Travelling
42 Badness of Roads
43 Stage Coaches
44 Highwaymen
45 Inns
46 Post Office
47 Newspapers
48 News-letters
49 Observator
50 Scarcity of Books in Country Places
51 Female Education
52 Literary Attainments of Gentlemen
53 Influence of French Literature
54 Immorality of Polite Literature of England
55 State of Science in England
56 State of Fine Arts
57 State of Common People
58 Agricultural Wages
59 Wages of Manufacturers
60 Labour of Children in Factories
61 Wages of different Classes of Artisans
62 Number of Paupers
63 Benefits derived by Common People from Progress of Civilisation
64 Delusion which leads Men to overrate Happiness of preceding Generations
4
1 Death of Charles 2
2 Suspicions of Poison
3 Speech of James 2 to Privy Council
4 James proclaimed
5 State of Administration
6 New Arrangements
7 Sir George Jeffreys
8 Revenue collected without Act of Parliament
9 Parliament called
10 Transactions between James & French King
11 Churchill sent Ambassador to France
12 His History
13 Feelings of Continental Governments towards England
14 Policy of Court of Rome
15 Struggle in Mind of James
16 Fluctuations in his Policy
17 Public Celebration of Roman Catholic Rites in Palace
18 His Coronation
19 Enthusiasm of Tories
20 Addresses
21 Elections
22 Proceedings against Oates
23 Proceedings against Dangerfield
24 Proceedings against Baxter
25 Meeting of Parliament of Scotland
26 Feeling of James towards Puritans
27 Cruel Treatment of Scotch Covenanters
28 Feeling of James towards Quakers
29 William Penn
30 Peculiar Favour shown to Roman Catholics & Quakers
31 Meeting of English Parliament
32 Trevor chosen Speaker
33 Character of Seymour
34 King's Speech to Parliament
35 Debate in Commons
36 Speech of Seymour
37 Revenue voted
38 Proceedings of Commons concerning Religion
39 Additional Taxes voted
40 Sir Dudley North
41 Proceedings of Lords
42 Bill for reversing Attainder of Stafford
5
1 Whig Refugees on Continent
2 Their Correspondents in England
3 Characters of leading Refugees
4 Ayloffe
5 Wade
6 Goodenough
7 Rumbold
8 Lord Grey
9 Monmouth
10 Ferguson
11 Scotch Refugees
12 Earl of Argyle
13 Sir Patrick Hume
14 Sir John Cochrane
15 Fletcher of Saltoun
16 Unreasonable Conduct of Scotch Refugees
17 Arrangement for Attempt on England & Scotland
18 John Locke
19 Preparations made by Government for Defence of Scotland
20 Conversation of James with Dutch Ambassadors
21 Ineffectual Attempts to prevent Argyle from sailing
22 Departure of Argyle from Holl&
23 He lands in Scotland
24 His Disputes with his Followers
25 Temper of Scotch Nation
26 Argyle's Forces dispersed
27 Argyle a Prisoner
28 His Execution.
29 Execution of Rumbold
30 Death of Ayloffe
31 Devastation of Argyleshire
32 Ineffectual Attempts to prevent Monmouth from leaving Holl&
33 His Arrival at Lyme
34 His Declaration
35 His Popularity in West of England
36 Encounter of Rebels with Militia at Bridport
37 Encounter of Rebels with Militia at Axminster
38 News of Rebellion carried to London:
39 Loyalty of Parliament
40 Reception of Monmouth at Taunton
41 He takes Title of King
42 His Reception at Bridgewater
43 Preparations of Government to oppose him
44 His Design on Bristol
45 He relinquishes that Design
46 Skirmish at Philip's Norton
47 Despondence of Monmouth
48 He returns to Bridgewater
49 Royal Army encamps at Sedgemoor
50 Battle of Sedgemoor
51 Pursuit of Rebels
52 Military Executions
53 Flight of Monmouth
54 His Capture
55 His Letter to King
56 He is carried to London
57 His Interview with King
58 His Execution
59 His Memory cherished by Common People
60 Cruelties of Soldiers in West
61 Kirke
62 Jeffreys sets out on Western Circuit
63 Trial of Alice Lisle
64 Bloody Assizes
65 Abraham Holmes
66 Christopher Battiseombe
67 Hewlings
68 Punishment of Tutchin
69 Rebels Transported
70 Confiscation & Extortion
71 Rapacity of Queen & her Ladies
72 Grey
73 Cochrane
74 Storey
75 Wade, Goodenough, & Ferguson
76 Jeffreys made Lord Chancellor
77 Trial & Execution of Cornish
78 Trials & Executions of Fernley & Elizabeth Gaunt
79 Trial & Execution of Bateman
80 Persecution of Protestant Dissenters
2 229,718W 919 15:19
1 Ch 6
1 Power of James at Height
2 His Foreign Policy
3 His Plans of Domestic Government: Habeas Corpus Act
4 Standing Army
5 Designs in favour of Roman Catholic Religion
6 Violation of Test Act
7 Disgrace of Halifax: general Discontent
8 Persecution of French Huguenots
9 Effect of that Persecution in England
10 Meeting of Parliament: Speech of King: an Opposition formed in House
11 Sentiments of Foreign Governments
12 Committee of Commons on King's Speech
13 Defeat of Government
14 2nd Defeat of Government: King reprimands Commons
15 Coke committed by Commons for Disrespect to King
16 Opposition to Government in Lords: Earl of Devonshire
17 Bishop of London
18 Viscount Mordaunt
19 Prorogation
20 Trials of Lord Gerard & of Hampden
21 Trial of Delamere
22 Effect of his Acquittal
23 Parties in Court: Feeling of Protestant Tories
24 Publication of Papers found in Strong Box of Charles 2
25 Feeling of respectable Roman Catholics
26 Cabal of violent Roman Catholics: Castlemaine
27 Jermyn: White: Tyrconnel
28 Feeling of Ministers of Foreign Governments
29 Pope & Order of Jesus opposed to each other
30 Order of Jesus
31 Father Petre
32 King's Temper & Opinions
33 King encouraged in his Errors by Sunderland
34 Perfidy of Jeffreys
35 Godolphin: Queen: Amours of King
36 Catharine Sedley
37 Intrigues of Rochester in favour of Catharine Sedley
38 Decline of Rochester's Influence
39 Castelmaine sent to Rome: Huguenots illtreated by James
40 Dispensing Power
41 Dismission of Refractory Judges
42 Case of Sir Edward Hales
43 Roman Catholics authorised to hold
44 Ecclesiastical Benefices:
Sclater: Walker
45 Deanery of Christchurch given to a Roman Catholic
46 Disposal of Bishoprics
47 Resolution of James to use his Ecclesiastical Supremacy against Church
48 His Difficulties
49 He creates a new Court of High Commission
50 Proceedings against Bishop of London
51 Discontent excited by Public Display of Roman Catholic
Rites & Vestments
52 Riots
53 A Camp formed at Hounslow
54 Samuel Johnson
55 Hugh Speke
56 Proceedings against Johnson
57 Zeal of Anglican Clergy against Popery
58 Roman Catholic Divines overmatched
59 State of Scotland
60 Queensberry
61 Perth & Melfort
62 Favour shown to Roman Catholic Religion in Scotland
63 Riots at Edinburgh
64 Anger of King: his Plans concerning Scotland
65 Deputation of Scotch Privy Councillors sent to London
66 Their Negotiations with King
67 Meeting of Scotch Estates: they prove refractory
68 They are adjourned: arbitrary System of Government in Scotland
69 Ireland
70 State of Law on Subject of Religion
71 Hostility of Races
72 Aboriginal Peasantry: aboriginal Aristocracy
73 State of English Colony
74 Course which James ought to have followed
75 His Errors
76 Clarendon arrives in Ireland as Lord Lieutenant
77 His Mortifications: Panic among Colonists
78 Arrival of Tyrconnel at Dublin as General: his Partiality & Violence
79 He is bent on Repeal of Act of Settlement: he returns to England
80 King displeased with Clarendon
81 Rochester attacked by Jesuitical Cabal
82 Attempts of James to convert Rochester
83 Dismission of Rochester
84 Dismission of Clarendon: Tyrconnel Lord Deputy
85 Dismay of English Colonists in Ireland
86 Effect of Fall of Hydes
2 Ch 7
1 William, Prince of Orange
1 his Appearance
2 His early Life & Education
3 His Theological Opinions
4 His Military Qualifications
5 His Love of Danger
6 His bad Health
7 Coldness of his Manners & Strength of his Emotions:
8 his Friendship for Bentinck
2 Mary, Princess of Orange
3 Gilbert Burnet
1 He brings about a good Understanding between Prince & Princess
5 Relations between William & English Parties
1 His Feelings towards England
2 His Feelings towards Holl& & France
3 His Policy consistent throughout
4 Treaty of Augsburg
5 William becomes Head of English Opposition
6 Mordaunt proposes to William a Descent on England
7 William rejects Advice
8 Discontent in England after Fall of Hydes
9 Conversions to Popery: Peterborough: Salisbury
10 Wycherley: Tindal: Haines
11 Dryden
12 Hind & Panther
13 Change in Policy of Court towards Puritans
19 Partial Toleration granted in Scotland
1 Closeting
2 It is unsuccessful
3 Admiral Herbert
4 Declaration of Indulgence
5 Feeling of Protestant Dissenters
6 Feeling of Church of England
7 Court & Church
8 Letter to a Dissenter: Conduct of Dissenters
9 Some of Dissenters side with Court: Care: Alsop, Rosewell: Lobb, Venn
10 Majority of Puritans are against Court: Baxter: Howe,BanyanKiffin
11 Prince & Princess of Orange hostile to Declaration of Indulgence
12 Their Views respecting English
13 Roman Catholics vindicated
14 Enmity of James to Burnet
15 Mission of Dykvelt to England :
16 Negotiations of Dykvelt with English Statesmen: Danby, Nottingham, Halifax,
Devonshire, Edward Russell, Compton, Herbert, Churchill
17 Lady Churchill & Princess Anne
Dykvelt returns to Hague with Letters from many eminent Englishmen
18 Zulestein's Mission
19 Growing Enmity between James & William
20 Influence of Dutch Press
21 Correspondence of Stewart & Fagel
22 Castelmaine's embassy to Rome
4 Ch 9
1 Change in Opinion of Tories concerning Lawfulness of Resistance
2 Russell proposes to Prince of Orange a Descent on England
3 Henry Sidney, Devonshire, hrewsbury, Halifax, Danby, Bishop, Compton,
Nottingham, Lumley
4 Invitation to William despatched
5 Conduct of Mary
6 Difficulties of William's Enterprise
7 Conduct of James after Trial of Bishops
8 Dismissions & Promotions
9 Proceedings of High Commission: Sprat resigns his Seat
10 Discontent of Clergy: Transactions at Oxford
11 Discontent of Gentry
12 Discontent of Army
13 Irish Troops brought over: Public Indignation
14 Lillibullero
15 Politics of United Provinces:
16 Errors of French King
17 His Quarrel with Pope concerning Franchises
18 Archbishopric of Cologne
19 Skilful Management of William
20 His Military & Naval Preparations
21 He receives numerous Assurances of Support from England
22 Sunderland
23 Anxiety of William
24 Warnings conveyed to James
25 Exertions of Lewis to save James
26 James frustrates them
27 French Armies invade Germany
28 William obtains Sanction of States General to his Expedition
29 Schomberg
30 British Adventurers at Hague
31 William's Declaration
32 James roused to a Sense of his Danger:
33 his Naval Means
34 His Military Means
35 He attempts to conciliate his Subjects
36 He gives Audience to Bishops
37 His Concessions ill received
38 Proofs of Birth of Prince of Wales submitted to Privy Council
39 Disgrace of Sunderland
40 William takes leave of States of Holland
41 He embarks & sails: he is driven back by a Storm
42 His Declaration arrives in England
43 James questions Lords
44 William sets sail 2nd Time
45 He passes Straits
46 He lands at Torbay
47 He enters Exeter
48 Conversation of King with Bishops
49 Disturbances in London
50 Men of Rank begin to repair to Prince Lovelace Colchester: Abingdon
51 Desertion of Cornbury
52 Petition of Lords for a Parliament
53 King goes to Salisbury
54 Seymour: Court of William at Exeter
55 Northern Insurrection
56 Skirmish at Wincanton
57 Desertion of Churchill & Grafton
58 Retreat of Royal Army from Salisbury
59 Desertion of Prince George & Ormond
60 Flight of Princess Anne
61 Council of Lords held by James
62 He appoints Commissioners to treat with William
63 Negotiation a Feint
64 Dartmouth refuses to send Prince of Wales into France
65 Agitation of London
66 Forged Proclamation
67 Risings in various Parts of Country
68 Clarendon joins Prince at Salisbury:
69 Dissension in Prince's Camp
70 Prince reaches Hungerford:
71 Skirmish at Reading:
72 King's Commissioners arrive at Hungerford
73 Negotiation
74 Queen & Prince of Wales sent to France:
75 Lauzun
76 King's Preparations for Flight
77 His Flight
3 Ch 8
1 Consecration of Nuncio at Saint James's Palace: his public Reception
2 Duke of Somerset
3 Dissolution of Parliament: Military Offences illegally punished
4 Proceedings of High Commission: Universities
5 Proceedings against University of Cambridge
6 Earl of Mulgrave
7 State of Oxford
8 Magdalene College, Oxford
9 Anthony Farmer recommended by King for President
10 Election of Presiden
11 Fellows of Magdalene cited before High Commission
12 Parker recommended as President: Charterhouse
13 Royal Progress
14 King at Oxford: he reprimands Fellows of Magdalene
15 Penn attempts to mediate
16 Special Ecclesiastical Commissioners sent to Oxford
17 Protest of Hough Parker
18 Ejection of Fellows
19 Magdalene College turned into a Popish Seminary
20 Resentment of Clergy
21 Schemes of Jesuitical Cabal
22 respecting Succession
23 Scheme of James & Tyrconnel for preventing Princess of Orange
from succeeding to Kingdom of Ireland
24 Queen pregnant: general Incredulity
Feeling of Constituent Bodies, & of Peers
25 James determines to pack a Parliament
26 Board of Regulators
27 Many Lords Lieutenants dismissed: Earl of Oxford
28 Earl of Shrewsbury
29 Earl of Dorset
30 Questions put to Magistrates
31 Their Answers: Failure of King's Plans
32 List of Sheriffs
33 Character of Roman Catholic Country Gentlemen
34 Feeling of Dissenters: Regulation of Corporations
35 Inquisition in all Public Departments
36 Dismission of Sawyer
37 Williams Solicitor General
38 2nd Declaration of Indulgence:
39 Clergy ordered to read it
They hesitate:
40 Patriotism of Protestant Nonconformists of London
41 Consultation of London Clergy
42 Consultation at Lambeth Palace
43 Petition of 7 Bishops presented to King
44 London Clergy disobey Royal Order
45 Hesitation of Government
46 It is determined to prosecute Bishops for a Libel
47 They are examined by Privy Council
48 They are committed to Tower
49 Birth of Pretender
50 He is generally believed to be supposititious
51 Bishops brought before King's Bench & bailed
52 Agitation of public Mind
53 Uneasiness of Sunderland
54 He professes himself a Roman Catholic
55 Trial of Bishops
56 Verdict: Joy of People
57 Peculiar State of Public Feeling at this Time
5 Ch 10
1 Flight of James known: great Agitation
2 Lords meet at Guildhall
3 Riots in London
4 Spanish Ambassador's House sacked
5 Arrest of Jeffreys
6 Irish Night
7 King detained near Sheerness
8 Lords order him to be set at Liberty
9 William's Embarrassment
10 Arrest of Feversham
11 Arrival of James in London
12 Consultation at Windsor
13 Dutch Troops occupy Whitehall
14 Message from Prince delivered to James
15 James sets out for Rochester: Arrival of William at Saint James's
16 He is advised to assume Crown by Right of Conquest
17 He calls together Lords & Members of Parliaments of Charles 2
18 Flight of James from Rochester
19 Debates & Resolutions of Lords
20 Debates & Resolutions of Commoners summoned by Prince
21 Convention called: Exertions of Prince to restore Order
22 His tolerant Policy
23 Satisfaction of Roman Catholic Powers: State of Feeling in France
24 Reception of Queen of England in France
25 Arrival of James at Saint Germains
26 State of Feeling in United Provinces
27 Election of Members to serve in Convention
28 Affairs of Scotland
29 State of Parties in England
30 Sherlock's Plan
31 Sancroft's Plan
32 Danby's Plan
33 Whig Plan
34 Meeting of Convention: leading Members of House of Commons
35 Choice of a Speaker
36 Debate on State of Nation
37 Resolution declaring Throne vacant
38 It is sent up to Lords: Debate in Lords on Plan of Regency
39 Schism between Whigs & Followers of Danby
40 Meeting at Earl of Devonshire's
41 Debate in Lords on Question whether Throne was vacant
42 Majority for Negative: Agitation in London
43 Letter of James to Convention
Debates: Negotiations: Letter of Princess of Orange to Danby
44 Princess Anne acquiesces in Whig Plan
45 William explains his views
46 Conference between houses
47 Lords yield
48 New Laws proposed for Security of Liberty
49 Disputes & Compromise
50 Declaration of Right
51 Arrival of Mary
52 Tender & Acceptance of Crown
53 William & Mary proclaimed:
54 peculiar Character of English Revolution
32 57,515W 1030 17:10
1
1 William & Mary proclaimed in London
2 Rejoicings throughout England : Rejoicings in Holland
3 Discontent of Clergy & Army
4 Reaction of Public Feeling
5 Temper of Tories
6 Temper of Whigs
7 Ministerial Arrangements
8 William his own Minister for Foreign Affairs
9 Danby
10 Halifax
11 Nottingham Shrewsbury Board of Admiralty: Board of Treasury
12 Great Seal
13 Judges
14 Household
15 Subordinate Appointments
16 Convention turned into a Parliament
17 Members of 2 Houses required to take Oaths Questions
18 relating to Revenue
19 Abolition of Hearth Money
20 Repayment of Expenses of United Provinces
21 Mutiny at Ipswich
22 first Mutiny Bill
23 Suspension of Habeas Corpus Act
24 Unpopularity of William
25 Popularity of Mary
26 Court removed from Whitehall to Hampton Court
27 Court at Kensington: William's foreign Favourites
28 General Maladministration
29 Dissensions among Men in Office
30 Department of Foreign Affairs
31 Religious Disputes
32 High Church Party
33 Low Church Party
34 William's Views concerning Ecclesiastical Polity
35 Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury
36 Nottingham's Views concerning Ecclesiastical Polity
37 Toleration Bill
38 Comprehension Bill
39 Bill for settling Oaths of Allegiance & Supremacy
40 Bill for settling Coronation Oath
41 Coronation
42 Promotions
43 Coalition against France: Devastation of Palatinate
44 War declared against France
2
1 State of Ireland at Time of Revolution: Civil Power in
2 Hands of Roman Catholics
3 Military Power in Hands of Roman Catholics
4 Mutual Enmity between Englishry & Irishry
5 Panic among Englishry
6 History of Town of Kenmare
7 Enniskillen
8 Londonderry
9 Closing of Gates of Londonderry
10 Mountjoy sent to pacify Ulster
11 William opens a Negotiation with Tyrconnel
12 Temples consulted
13 Richard Hamilton sent to Ireland on his Parole
14 Tyrconnel sends Mountjoy & Rice to France
15 Tyrconnel calls Irish People to Arms
16 Devastation of Country
17 Protestants in South unable to resist
18 Enniskillen & Londonderry hold out: Richard Hamilton marches into
19 Ulster with an Army
20 James determines to go to Ireland
21 Assistance furnished by Lewis to James
22 Choice of a French Ambassador to accompany James
23 Count of Avaux
24 James lands at Kinsale
25 James enters Cork
26 Journey of James from Cork to Dublin
27 Discontent in England
28 Factions at Dublin Castle
29 James determines to go to Ulster
30 Journey of James to Ulster
31 Fall of Londonderry expected
32 Succours arrive from England
33 Treachery of Lundy: Inhabitants of Londonderry resolve to defend themselves
34 Their Character
35 Londonderry besieged
36 Siege turned into Blockade
37 Naval Skirmish in Bantry Bay
38 Parliament summoned by James sits at Dublin
39 Toleration Act passed: Acts passed for Confiscation of Property of Protestants
40 Issue of base Money
41 great Act of Attainder
42 James prorogues his Parliament:
43 Persecution of Protestants in Ireland
44 Effect produced in England by News from Ireland
45 Actions of Enniskilleners
46 Distress of Londonderry
47 Expedition under Kirke arrives in Loch Foyle
48 Cruelty of Rosen
49 Famine in Londonderry extreme
50 Attack on Boom
51 Siege of Londonderry raised
52 Operations against Enniskilleners
53 Battle of Newton Butler
54 Consternation of Irish
3
1 Revolution more violent in Scotland than in England
2 Elections for Convention: Rabbling of Episcopal Clergy
3 State of Edinburgh
4 Question of an Union between England & Scotland raised
5 Wish of English Low Churchmen to preserve Episcopacy in Scotland
6 Opinions of William about Church Government in Scotland
7 Comparative Strength of Religious Parties in Scotland
8 Letter from William to Scotch Convention
9 William's Instructions to his Agents in Scotland : Dalrymples
10 Melville
11 James's Agents in Scotland : Dundee: Balcarras
12 Meeting of Convention
13 Hamilton elected President
14 Committee of Elections: Edinburgh Castle summoned
15 Dundee threatened by Covenanters
16 Letter from James to Convention
17 Effect of James's Letter
18 Flight of Dundee
19 Tumultuous Sitting of Convention
20 Committee appointed to frame Plan of Government
21 Resolutions proposed by Committee
22 William & Mary proclaimed: Claim of Right: Abolition of Episcopacy
23 Torture
24 William & Mary accept Crown of Scotland
25 Discontent of Covenanters
26 Ministerial Arrangements in Scotland
27 Hamilton: Crawford
28 Dalrymples: Lockhart: Montgomery
29 Melville: Carstairs
30 Club formed: Annandale: Ross
31 Hume: Fletcher of Saltoun
32 War breaks out in Highlands: State of Highlands
33 Peculiar Nature of Jacobitism in Highlands
34 Jealousy of Ascendency of Campbells
35 Stewarts & Macnaghtens
36 Macleans: Camerons: Lochiel
37 Macdonalds: Feud between Macdonalds & Mackintoshes: Inverness
38 Inverness threatened by Macdonald of Keppoch
39 Dundee appears in Keppoch's Camp
40 Insurrection of Clans hostile to Campbells
41 Tarbet's Advice to Government
42 Indecisive Campaign in Highlands
43 Military Character of Highlanders
44 Quarrels in Highl& Army
45 Dundee applies to James for Assistance: War in Highlands suspended
46 Scruples of Covenanters about taking Arms for King William
47 Cameronian Regiment raised
48 Edinburgh Castle surrenders
49 Session of Parliament at Edinburgh
50 Ascendancy of Club
51 Troubles in Athol
52 War breaks out again in Highlands
53 Death of Dundee
54 Retreat of Mackay
55 Effect of Battle of Killiecrankie:
56 Scottish Parliament adjourned
57 Highl& Army reinforced
58 Skirmish at Saint Johnston's
59 Disorders in Highl& Army
60 Mackay's Advice disregarded by Scotch Ministers
61 Cameronians stationed at Dunkeld
62 Highlanders attack Cameronians & are repulsed
63 Dissolution of Highl& Army
64 Intrigues of Club
65 State of Lowlands
4
1 Disputes in English Parliament
2 Attainder of Russell reversed
3 Other Attainders reversed
4 Case of Samuel Johnson
5 Case of Devonshire
6 Case of Oates
7 Bill of Rights
8 Disputes about a Bill of Indemnity
9 Last Days of Jeffreys
10 Whigs dissatisfied with King
11 Intemperance of Howe
12 Attack on Caermarthen
13 Attack on Halifax
14 Preparations for Campaign in Ireland
15 Schomberg
16 Recess of Parliament
17 State of Ireland
18 Advice of Avaux
19 Dismission of Melfort
20 Schomberg lands in Ulster
21 Carrickfergus taken
22 Schomberg advances into Leinster
23 English & Irish Armies
24 encamp near each other
25 Schomberg declines a Battle
26 Frauds of English Commissariat
27 Conspiracy among French Troops in English Service
28 Pestilence in English Army
29 English & Irish Armies go into Winter Quarters
30 Various Opinions about Schomberg's Conduct
31 Maritime Affairs
32 Maladministration of Torrington
33 Continental Affairs
34 Skirmish at Walcourt
35 Imputations thrown on Marlborough
36 Pope Innocent 11 succeeded by Alexander 8
37 High Church Clergy divided on Subject of Oaths
38 Arguments for taking Oaths
39 Arguments against taking Oaths
40 great Majority of Clergy take Oaths
41 Nonjurors: Ken
42 Leslie
43 Sherlock
44 Hickes
45 Collier
46 Dodwell
47 Kettlewell: Fitzwilliam
48 General Character of Nonjuring Clergy
49 Plan of Comprehension: Tillotson
50 Ecclesiastical Commission issued.
51 Proceedings of Commission
52 Convocation of Province of Canterbury summoned:
53 Temper of Clergy
54 Clergy ill affected towards King
55 Clergy exasperated against Dissenters by Proceedings of the
56 Scotch Presbyterians
57 Constitution of Convocation
58 Election of Members of Convocation
59 Ecclesiastical Preferments bestowed
60 Compton discontented
61 Convocation meets
62 High Churchmen a Majority of Lower House of Convocation
63 Difference between 2 Houses of Convocation
64 Lower House of Convocation proves unmanageable.
65 Convocation prorogued
5
1 Parliament meets
2 Retirement of Halifax
3 Supplies voted
4 Bill of Rights passed
5 Inquiry into Naval Abuses
6 Inquiry into Conduct of Irish War
7 Reception of Walker in England
8 Edmund Ludlow
9 Violence of Whigs
10 Impeachments
11 Committee of Murder
12 Malevolence of John Hampden
13 Corporation Bill
14 Debates on Indemnity Bill
15 Case of Sir Robert Sawyer
16 King purposes to retire to Holland
17 He is induced to change his Intention
18 Whigs oppose his going to Ireland
19 He prorogues Parliament
20 Joy of Tories
21 Dissolution & General Election
22 Changes in Executive Departments
23 Caermarthen Chief Minister
24 Sir John Lowther
25 Rise & Progress of Parliamentary Corruption in England
26 Sir John Trevor
27 Godolphin retires
28 Changes at Admiralty
29 Changes in Commissions of Lieutenancy
30 Temper of Whigs
31 Dealings of some Whigs with Saint Germains
32 Shrewsbury
33 Ferguson
34 Hopes of Jacobites
35 Meeting of new Parliament
36 Settlement of Revenue
37 Provision for Princess of Denmark
38 Bill declaring Acts of preceding Parliament valid
39 Debate on Changes in Lieutenancy of London
40 Abjuration Bill
41 Act of Grace
42 Parliament prorogued
43 Preparations for 1st War
44 Administration of James at Dublin
45 auxiliary Force sent from France to Ireland
46 Plan of English Jacobites
47 Clarendon, Aylesbury, Dartmouth
48 Penn
49 Preston
50 Jacobites betrayed by Fuller
51 Crone arrested
52 Difficulties of William
53 Conduct of Shrewsbury
54 Council of Nine
55 Conduct of Clarendon
56 Penn held to Bail
57 Interview between William & Burnet
58 William sets out for Ireland
59 Trial of Crone
60 Danger of Invasion & Insurrection
61 Tourville's Fleet
62 Channel
63 Arrests of suspected Persons
64 Torrington ordered to give Battle to Tourville
65 Battle of Beachy Head
66 Alarm in London
67 Battle of Fleurus
68 Spirit of Nation
69 Conduct of Shrewsbury
6
1 William lands at Carrickfergus, & proceeds to Belfast
2 State of Dublin
3 William's military Arrangements
4 William marches southward
5 Irish Army retreats
6 Irish make St& at Boyne
7 Army of James
8 Army of William
9 Walker, now Bishop of Derry, accompanies Army
10 William reconnoitres Irish Position
11 William is wounded
12 Battle of Boyne
13 Flight of James
14 Loss of 2 Armies
15 Fall of Drogheda
16 State of Dublin
17 James flies to France
18 Dublin evacuated by French & Irish Troops
19 Entry of William into Dublin
20 Effect produced in France by News from Ireland
21 Effect produced at Rome by News from Ireland
22 Effect produced in London by News from Ireland
23 James arrives in France
24 his Reception there
25 Tourville attempts a Descent on England
26 Teignmouth destroyed
27 Excitement of English Nation against French
28 Jacobite Press
29 Jacobite Form of Prayer & Humiliation
30 Clamour against nonjuring Bishops
31 Military Operations in Ireland
32 Waterford taken
33 Irish Army collected at Limerick
34 Lauzun pronounces
35 Place cannot be defended
36 Irish insist on defending Limerick
37 Tyrconnel is against defending Limerick
38 Limerick defended by Irish alone
39 Sarsfield surprises English Artillery
40 Arrival of Baldearg O'Donnel at Limerick
41 Besiegers suffer from Rains
42 Unsuccessful Assault on Limerick
43 Siege raised
44 Tyrconnel & Lauzun go to France
45 William returns to England
46 Reception of William in England
47 Expedition to South of Ireland
48 Marlborough takes Cork
49 Marlborough takes Kinsale
50 Affairs of Scotland
51 Intrigues of Montgomery with Jacobites
52 War in Highlands
53 Fort William built
54 Meeting of Scottish Parliament
55 Melville Lord High Commissioner
56 Government obtains a Majority
57 Ecclesiastical Legislation
58 Coalition between Club & Jacobites dissolved
59 Chiefs of Club betray each other
60 al Acquiescence in new Ecclesiastical Polity
61 Complaints of Episcopalians
62 Presbyterian Conjurors
63 William dissatisfied with Ecclesiastical Arrangements in Scotland
64 Meeting of General Assembly of Church of Scotland
65 State of Affairs on Continent
66 Duke of Savoy joins Coalition
67 Supplies voted
68 Ways & Means
69 Proceedings against Torrington
70 Torrington's Trial & Acquittal
71 Animosity of Whigs against Caermarthen
72 Jacobite Plot
73 Meeting of leading Conspirators
74 Conspirators determine to send Preston to Saint Germains
75 Papers entrusted to Preston
76 Information of Plot given to Caermarthen
77 Arrest of Preston & his Companions
7 CHARLES 1
1 Battle Of Edge Hill
2 Treaty At Oxford
3 Solemn Vow & Covenant
4 Battle Of Newbury
5 Solemn League & Covenant Between English & Scottish Parliaments-
6 Cessation Of War In Ireland
7 Royalist Parliament At Oxford
8 Propositions Of Peace
9 Battle Of Marston Moor
10 Army Of Essex Capitulates In West
11 Self Denying Ordinance
12 Synod Of Divines
13 Directory For Public Worship
14 Trial Of Archbishop Laud
15 Bill Of Attainder
16 His Execution
17 Treaty proposed & refused
18 Royalists & Parliamentarians
19 State of 2 armies
20 king's protestation.
21 Battle of Edge Hill.
22 Action at Brentford.
23 King retires to Oxford.
24 State of kingdom.
25 Treaty at Oxford.
26 Intrigues during treaty.
27 Return of Queen.
28 Fall of Reading.
29 Waller's plot. Solemn vow & covenant.
30 Death of Hampden.
31 Actions of Sir William Waller.
32 Lords propose a peace.
33 Are opposed by Commons.
34 New preparations for war.
35 Battle of Newbury.
36 New great seal.
37 Commissioners sent to Scotland .
38 Solemn league & covenant.
39 Scots prepare for war.
40 Covenant taken in England .
41 Charles seeks aid from Ireland .
42 Federative assembly of Catholics.
43 Their apologies & remonstrance.
44 Cessation concluded.
45 French envoy
46 Royal parliament at Oxford.
47 Propositions of peace.
48 Methods of raising money.
49 Battle of Nantwich.
50 Scottish army enters England .
51 Marches & Countermarches.
52 Rupert sent to relieve York.
53 Battle of Marston Moor.
54 Surrender of Newcastle.
55 Essex marches into west.
56 His army capitulates.
57 3rd Battle of Newbury.
58 Rise of Cromwell.
59 His quarrel with Manchester.
60 1st self-denying ordinance.
61 Army new modelled.
62 2nd self denying ordinance.
63 Ecclesiastical concurrences.
64 Persecution of Catholics.
65 Of Episcopalians.
66 Synod of divines.
67 Presbyterians & Independents.
68 Dem& of toleration.
69 New directory.
70 Trial of Archbishop L& .
71 His defence.
72 Bill of attainder.
73 Consent of Lords. Execution.
8
1 Treaty At Uxbridge
2 Victories Of Montrose In Scotland
3 Defeat Of King At Naseby
4 Surrender Of Bristol
5 Charles Shut Up Within Oxford
6 Mission Of Glamorgan To Ireland
7 He Is Disavowed By Charles, But Concludes A Peace With Irish
8 King Intrigues With Parliament, Scots, & Independents
9 He Escapes To Scottish Army
10 Refuses Concessions Required
11 Is Delivered Up By Scots
12 Dissensions at court.
13 Proposal of treaty.
14 Negotiation at Uxbridge.
15 Demands of Irish Catholics.
16 Victories of Montrose in Scotland .
17 State of 2 parties in England .
18 army after new model.
19 Battle of Naseby.
20 Its consequences.
4 282,503W 1130 18:50
1
1 William's Voyage to Holland
2 William's Entrance into Hague
3 Congress at Hague
4 William his own Minister for Foreign Affairs
5 William obtains Toleration for Waldenses
6 Vices inherent in Nature of Coalitions
7 Siege & Fall of Mons
8 William returns to England
9 Trials of Preston & Ashton
10 Execution of Ashton
11 Preston's Irresolution & Confessions
12 Lenity shown to Conspirators
13 Dartmouth
14 Turner
15 Penn
16 Death of George Fox
17 his Character
18 Interview between Penn & Sidney
19 Preston pardoned
20 Joy of Jacobites at Fall of Mons
21 vacant Sees filled
22 Tillotson Archbishop of Canterbury
23 Conduct of Sancroft
24 Difference between Sancroft & Ken
25 Hatred of Sancroft to Established Church
26 he provides for episcopal
27 Succession among Nonjurors
28 new Bishops
29 Sherlock Dean of Saint Paul's
30 Treachery of some of William's Servants
31 Russell
32 Godolphin
33 Marlborough
34 William returns to Continent
35 1691 Campaign in Flanders
36 War in Ireland
37 State of English Part of Ireland
38 State of Part of Ireland which was subject to James
39 Dissensions among Irish at Limerick
40 Return of Tyrconnel to Ireland
41 Arrival of French Fleet at Limerick
42 Saint Ruth
43 English take Field
44 Fall of Ballymore
45 Siege & Fall of Athlone
46 Retreat of Irish Army
47 Saint Ruth determines to fight
48 Battle of Aghrim
49 Fall of Galway
50 Death of Tyrconnel
51 2nd Siege of Limerick
52 Irish desirous to capitulate
53 Negotiations between Irish Chiefs & Besiegers
54 Capitulation of Limerick
55 Irish Troops required to make their Election between their Country & France
56 Most of Irish Troops volunteer for France
57 Many of Irish who had volunteered for France desert
58 last Division of Irish Army sails from Cork for France
59 State of Ireland after War
2
1 Opening of Parliament
2 Debates on Salaries & Fees of Official Men
3 Act excluding Papists from Public Trust in Ireland
4 Debates on East India Trade
5 Debates on Bill for regulating Trials in Cases of High Treason
6 Plot formed by Marlborough against Government of William
7 Marlborough's Plot disclosed by Jacobites
8 Disgrace of Marlborough
9 Various Reports touching Cause of Marlborough's Disgrace.
10 Rupture between Mary & Anne
11 Fuller's Plot
12 Close of Session
13 Bill for ascertaining Salaries of Judges rejected
14 Misterial Changes in England
15 Ministerial Changes in Scotland
16 State of Highlands
17 Breadalbane employed to negotiate with Rebel Clans
18 Glencoe
19 William goes to Continent: Death of Louvois
20 French Government determines to send Expedition against England
21 James believes that English Fleet is friendly to him
22 Conduct of Russell
23 Daughter born to James
24 Preparations made in England to repel Invasion
25 James goes down to his Army at La Hogue
26 James's Declaration
27 Effect produced by James's Declaration
28 English & Dutch Fleets join
29 Temper of English Fleet
30 Battle of La Hogue
31 Rejoicings in England
32 Young's Plot
3
1 Foreign Policy of William
2 Northern Powers
3 Pope
4 Conduct of Allies
5 Emperor
6 Spain
7 William succeeds in preventing Dissolution of Coalition
8 New Arrangements for Government of Spanish Netherlands
9 Lewis takes Field
10 Siege of Namur
11 Lewis returns to Versailles
12 Luxemburg
13 Battle of Steinkirk
14 Conspiracy of Grandval
15 Return of William to England
16 Naval Maladministration
17 Earthquake at Port Royal
18 Distress in England
19 Increase of Crime
20 Meeting of Parliament
21 State of Parties
22 King's Speech
23 Question of Privilege raised by Lords
24 Debates on State of Nation
25 Bill for Regulation of Trials in Cases of Treason
26 Case of Lord Mohun
27 Debates on India Trade
28 Supply
29 Ways & Means
30 L& Tax
31 Origin of National Debt
32 Parliamentary Reform
33 Place Bill
34 Triennial Bill
35 1st Parliamentary Discussion on Liberty of Press
36 State of Ireland
37 King refuses to pass Triennial Bill
38 Ministerial Arrangements
39 King goes to Holl&
40 Session of Parliament in Scotland
4
1 State of Court of Saint Germains
2 Feeling of Jacobites
3 Compounders & Noncompounders
4 Change of Ministry at Saint Germains: Middleton
5 New Declaration put forth by James
6 Effect of new Declaration
7 French Preparations for Campaign
8 Institution of Order of Saint Lewis
9 Middleton's Account of Versailles
10 William's Preparations for Campaign
11 Lewis takes Field
12 Lewis returns to Versailles
13 Manoeuvres of Luxemburg
14 Battle of Landen
15 Miscarriage of Smyrna Fleet
16 Excitement in London
17 Jacobite Libels
18 William Anderton
19 Writings & Artifices of Jacobites
20 Conduct of Caermarthen
21 Now Charter granted to East India Company
22 Return of William to England
23 Military Successes of France
24 Distress of France
25 Ministry necessary to Parliamentary Government
26 1st Ministry gradually formed
27 Sunderland
28 Sunderl& advises King to give Preference to Whigs
29 Reasons for preferring Whigs
30 Chiefs of Whig Party
31 Russell
32 Somers
33 Montague
34 Wharton
35 Chiefs of Tory Party
36 Harley
37 Foley
38 Howe
39 Meeting of Parliament
40 Debates about Naval Miscarriages
41 Russell 1st Lord of Admiralty
42 Retirement of Nottingham
43 Shrewsbury refuses Office
44 Debates about Trade with India
45 Bill for Regulation of Trials in Cases of Treason
46 Triennial Bill
47 Place Bill
48 Bill for Naturalisation of Foreign Protestants
49 Supply
50 Ways & Means
51 Lottery Loan
52 Bank of England
53 Prorogation of Parliament
54 Ministerial Arrangements
55 Shrewsbury Secretary of State
56 New Titles bestowed
57 French Plan of War
58 English Plan of War
59 Expedition against Brest
60 Naval Operations in Mediterranean
61 War by Land
62 Complaints of Trenchard's Administration
63 Lancashire Prosecutions
64 Meeting of Parliament
65 Death of Tillotson
66 Tenison Archbishop of Canterbury
67 Debates on Lancashire Prosecutions
68 Place Bill
69 Bill for Regulation of Trials in Cases of Treason
70 Triennial Bill passed
71 Death of Mary
72 Funeral of Mary
73 Greenwich Hospital founded
5
1 Effect of Mary's Death on Continent
2 Death of Luxemburg
3 Distress of William
4 Parliamentary Proceedings
5 Emancipation of Press
6 Death of Halifax
7 Parliamentary Inquiries into Corruption of Public Offices
8 Vote of Censure on Speaker
9 Foley elected Speaker
10 Inquiry into Accounts of East India Company
11 Suspicious Dealings of Seymour
12 Bill against Sir Thomas Cook
13 Inquiry by joint Committee of Lords & Commons
14 Impeachment of Leeds
15 Disgrace of Leeds
16 Lords Justices appointed
17 Reconciliation between William & Princess Anne
18 Jacobite Plots against William's Person
19 Charnock
20 Porter
21 Goodman
22 Parkyns
23 Fenwick
24 Session of Scottish Parliament
25 Inquiry into Slaughter of Glencoe
26 War in Netherlands
27 Marshal Villeroy
28 Duke of Maine
29 Jacobite Plots against Government during William's Absence
30 Siege of Namur
31 Surrender of Town of Namur
32 Surrender of Castle of Namur
33 Arrest of Boufflers
34 Effect of Emancipation of English Press
35 Return of William to England
36 Dissolution of Parliament
37 William makes Progress through Country
38 Elections
39 Alarming State of Currency
40 Meeting of Parliament
41 Loyalty of House of Commons
42 Controversy touching Currency
43 Parliamentary Proceedings touching Currency
44 Passing of Act regulating Trials in Cases of High Treason
45 Parliamentary Proceedings touching Grant of Crown Lands in Wales to Portland
46 2 Jacobite Plots formed
47 Berwick's Plot
48 Assassination Plot
49 Sir George Barclay
50 Failure of Berwick's Plot
51 Detection of Assassination Plot
52 Parliamentary Proceedings touching Assassination Plot
53 State of Public Feeling
54 Trial of Charnock, King & Keyes
55 Execution of Charnock, King & Keyes
56 Trial of Friend
57 Trial of Parkyns
58 Execution of Friend & Parkyns
59 Trials of Rookwood, Cranburne & Lowick
60 Association
61 Bill for Regulation of Elections
62 Act establishing L& Bank
6
1 Military Operations in Netherlands
2 Commercial Crisis in England
3 Financial Crisis
4 Efforts to restore Currency
5 Distress of People
6 their Temper & Conduct
7 Negotiations with France
8 Duke of Savoy deserts Coalition
9 Search for Jacobite Conspirators in England
10 Sir John Fenwick
11 Capture of Fenwick
12 Fenwick's Confession
13 Return of William to England
14 Meeting of Parliament
15 State of Country
16 Speech of William
17 Commencement of Session
18 Resolutions of House of Commons
19 Return of Prosperity
20 Effect of Proceedings of House of Commons on Foreign Governments
21 Restoration of Finances
22 Effects of Fenwick's Confession
23 Resignation of Godolphin
24 Feeling of Whigs about Fenwick
25 William examines Fenwick
26 Disappearance of Goodman
27 Parliamentary Proceedings touching Fenwick's Confession
28 Bill for attainting Fenwick
29 Debates of Commons on Bill of Attainder
30 Bill of Attainder carried up to Lords
31 Artifices of Monmouth
32 Debates of Lords on Bill of Attainder
33 Proceedings against Monmouth
34 Position & Feelings of Shrewsbury
35 Bill of Attainder passed
36 Attempts to save Fenwick