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alderman Hankey, the new candidate, 29. Orders issued to detain ail Danish died the evening before the poll. vessels, and send in all ships of that
7. The election for Westminster Ration. commenced.
SEPTEMBER 22. The town of Chudleigh, in De
7. The city of Copenhagen surrenvonshire, destroyed by fire.
dered after a bombardment of three 23. The election for Westminster nights, and the English feet and arny ended, when sir Francis Burdett, and took possession of the fileet and arsenals lord Cochrane were declared duly of Denmark, and of the city of Copenelected.
hagen, 26. The election for Middlesex ended, when Mr. Mellish and Mr. Byng were
12. Intelligence received from lieute
nant-general Whitelocke that an attack returned.
made by the British troops on the town JUNE.
of Buenos Ayres having completely 5. The election for Yorkshire closed, failed, a convention had been entered when Mr. Wilberforce and lord Milton into to evacuate South America within were declared duly elected.
two inonths on condition that all the 14. The decisive battlo of Friedland prisoners should be restored. fought between the French and Rus
18. The powder-mills at Feversham sians, in which the latter lost above blew up, and six men and three horses 30,000 men, and 80 pieces of cannon.
were killed. 22. An armistice concluded between Russia and France.
OCTOBER. 24. The conference between Bona
2. A comet made its appearance. ! parte and the emperor of Russia on a
15. A dreadful accident happened at raft in the middle of the Niemen.
Sadler's Wells in consequence of a false 29. The return of sir Francis Bur- alarm of fire,' when 18 persons lost dett for the city of Westminster cele
their lives. See page 565. brated, on which occasion sir Francis
30. The king of Spain published a rode in a lofty car from his house to the decrec, accusing his son, the prince of Crown and Anchor tavern in the Asturias, of a conspiracy against his Strand.
NOVEMBER 7. The duchess of Brunswick landed 5. Another decree .blished at Maat Gravesend.
drid, declaring the prince of Asturias 16. The emperor of Russia arrived pardoned, he having confessed his fault, at St. Petersburgh, after having con
and made known the authors of the cluded the peace of Tilsit.
plot. 26. Bonapene arrived at St. Cloud,
DECEMBER having returned from the army in Po- 2. Intelligence received that the emland.
peror of Russia had published a declara. AUGUST.
tion announcing his determination to 3. The first division of the English break off all comminunication with Engfeet employed in the expedition to Co- land, and recall his embassador. penhagen arrived off the castle of Cron- 19. Lord Strangford arrived from berg in the Sound.
Lisbon with intelligence that the court 16, The English troops landed on of Portugal had embarked, and sailed the island of Zealand without oppo- for the Brazils on the 24th of Non sition.
THE setting sun proclaims departing Gravid on the rugged stones we sçaka day,
Yon frowning turrets now with in
Those gloomy cells with waring mios
o'ergrown, The mild serenity of evening air, Might once confine a warrior to The mind to silent contemplation nown'd, leads,
Or echo'd to a penitential's moan. And all around smiles Nature's bounteous care,
The vaulted chapel that was once so Whilst beauteous verdure clothes the
grand, lovely meads.
That echo'd with the pealing organ's Then how delightful pleasant 'tis to
Where once the pious monk, with upstray, Amidst yon Gothic ruin'd stately
lift hand, Or bent in meek devotion to the
Lines addressed by count O. to his
45 to the memory of the infant son
written by moon-light 443
162 a distressed female to relieve her 414
48 addressed to miss S. on seeing her:
Muses' mite of gratitude, the 48
218 Ode for the new year
on the approach of spring 276
for his Majesty's birth-day : 329
the old cat's
Poor man's complaint, the
to Errors Excepted -. - 441
274 Songs in the opera of False Alarms 48
217 Songs -
Sonnets 104, 219, 276, 329, 555, 672
addressed by a lady to her hus-
DIRECTIONS TO THE BINDER,
The frontispiece to face the title-page.. Botany, plate 14
59 Rustic walking and half-dress 476
236 View of the villa of Mr. A. Goldsmid,
- - 664
END OF VOLUME XXXVIII.
G. Robinson, Printer,