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Wisen General Davidowich sent off this report (the evening of the fecond affair), he was ercamped with his right towards the Lake of Garda, near Colla, and his leri to the Adige; Peschierra being in front of his right wing, and Verona in front of his left,

I have the honour to be, &c.

(Signed) ROBERT CRAUFURD. Right Hon. Lørd Grenville, Co.

Admiralty Office, Dec. 29. Copy of a Letter from Rear-admiral Bazely, Commanding Oficer of his

Majesty's Ships and Vcdels in the Downs, 10 Evan Nepean, Esq. datech · December 17, 1796.

SIR, YOU will be pleased to acquaint their Lordlips, that I this morning received a letter from Mr. Nick Simmons, master of the Lion armed cutter, dated Seaford Roads, the 15th iostani, giving me an ac. count of his having the day before captured off the Owers, after a chale of four hours and a half, the l'azard French cutter privateer, mounting two carriage guns, and two swivels, with small arms, and seventeen men, which had been out two days from Fecamp, but had not captured any thing.

I am, &c. &c.

JOHN BAZELY.

Copy of a Letter from Captain Talbot, of his Majesty's Ship Eurydice, to

Rear-admiral Bazelry, dated in Dover Road, the i6th of Dec. 1796.

LAST night I captured La Sphinx privateer, of forty-fixa tons and twenty-fix men, from Dunkirk, on a cruize ; she left it yesterday at twelve o'clock, and had not taken any thing; she is Southampton built, and has made a practice of running along alhore as a coaster. The last cruize she was at sea Ile was boarded by one of the armed luggers the North Sea, but got clear by producing Swedish papers. I have fent her into Dover harbour, and, when I have landed the prisoners, flall immediately proceed to my station. She had nothing but small arms on board.

I am, &c. &c.

(Signed) JOHN TALBOT. P.S. ! lince find the has four four-pounders and two swivels in hes hold.

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From the LONDON GAZETTE, December 24, 1796.

Admiralty Office, Dec. 24, 1796.
Copy of a Letter from Captain James Young, Commander of his Majesty's .

Ship Grey hound, to Evan Nepean, Esq. dated in Spithead, December
20, 1796.

SIR,
I HAVE to acquaint you, for the information of my Lords Come :
inissioners of the Admiralty, that yesterday, at four A. M. I fell in
with and captured, off Barfleur, L'Aventure, French privateer brig, of
fixteen four-pounders and sixty-two men, commanded by Citizen Pel.
tier, two days fron Calais, on her first cruize, and had not taken ang

I have the honour to be, &c. &c. &c.

JAMIES YOUNG.

INDEX. .

IN D E X .

Armistice between General Buonaparte and

the Pope, xxii
A DET, Minister from the French Re-. Ariet at Milan, respecting the abolition of

1 public to the United States--Let:ers a society, 35-Arret of the minister of
from Toussaint Louverture to him, Page Marine, respecting Toulon, 37–Arret
1-His letter to Mr. Pickering respecting of the Directory respecting seanien, 56
the conduct of the United States to
France, 256–His second letter to Mr.

B:
Pickering on the same subject, 263
His letter to the French citizens in Ame- Baden, Margrave of, Arinistice with the
rica respecting the national cockade, French Republic, vii
294

- Peace with the French Republic,
America, United States of, Protest from viii

Captain George Dominick, 240_Rati Balcarras, Earl of, his correspondence with
fication of the explanatory article of the Mr. Yorke, respecting blood-hounds,
treaty between Great Britain and the 222
United States, 242-Letter from the Barthelemi, M. de, his letter to the mi-
American ambassador at London to Mr. nister for foreign affairs, respecting the
Johnson, respecting neutral ships, 243— Austrian minister, 155-His note to the
General Washington's letter of resigna Canton of Balle respecting the Emigrants,
tion, 243-Correspondence with the 308
French, minister Adet, 259-Proclama. Bavaria, Elector of, Artistice with the
tion of Mr. Washington, respecting the French Republic, xii
explanatory article to the treaty with Bediani, his answer to the French director
Great Britain, 295—Speech of the Presi- Sucy, respecting two English Noops, 306
sident to the Congress, 298_Address of Berthier, General, his summons to the com-

the Congress in answer to it, 302 . mandant of Mantua; 55
Angereau, General, his proclamation to the Bonnard, General, to the magistrates of
citizens of Ferrara, 43

Frank fort; 49
Archduchess of Austria-Her proclamation Bouillon, Prince of; his proclamation at
to the Tyrolese, 23

Jersey to the Emigrants, to
Archduke Charles-His declaration re. Bournonville, General, letter to the com-

fpecting the commencement of hostilities, mittee of Union for affairs on land,
21-His proclamation respecting the re 44
conquered districts of the German Empire, Buonaparte, General,Armistice with Na.
164

ples, xiv
Armiitices, concluded by General Moreau -

-Armistice with Mo-
with the Duke of Wirtemberg, Page i dena, xvii
-- with the Circle of Suabia, iv

-----Armistice with the
with the Circle of Francovia, v Pope, xxii
---- with the Margrave of Baden,

----His proclamation rem

specting the contribution from Lom.
--------- with the Elector of Bavaria, bardy, 24-Proclamation to his soldiers,

26-Receives an address from the people
--- between General Buonaparte and of Albe, to procure liberty in Italy, 27
Naples, xiv

-Address to the Republic of Venice, re-
----- between General Buonaparte and spréting the conduct to be observed by his
Modena, xvii

army in the Venetian States, 28-His
VOL, V.

procla

vii

xii

proclamation to the Milanese, relative to
their conduct, 29--Proclamation to the
Milanese, relpecting the exceifes com
mitted in some Communes, 29-His
proclamation to the Tyrolele, respecting
the marching of his army, 32--Flis pro-
clamation respecting the Imperial fiefs,
33--Address to the Municipalities of
Pavia and Milan, respecting the Univer-
fities, 35--Orders respecting Leghorn,
38-Letter to the Grand Duke of Tul-
cany, refpccting the insults offered to
Freuch fhips at Leghorn, 39-Second
letter to the Grand Duke, relpecting the
conduct of General Spannochi, 40--Pro-
clanation to his soldiers, 78--Proclama-
tion to the Tyrolete, 98-Ilis answer to
the inhabitants of Reggio, 114--His let-
ter to the Directory, respecting the eva-
cuarion of Corfica, 118

Canto d'Irles, Count--llis reply to General

Berthier, 56
Carno-His speech on the celebration of

the ferc in honour of the victories of the

army of Italy, 17
Cochon, Minister of Police-His letter to

the commissioners of the Directory, re-

fpcéting English merchandise, 149
Cortica, evacuation of, 118. 147
Council of 500--Their resolution respect.

ing mandats, 56-Their decree refreet-
ing the amneity, 102-Resolution re-
specting English merchandise, 122-
Their resolution respecting the general
discipline of the armics, 144

Ediet, royal Prussian, respecting the wear-
ing of the national cockade at Berlin, 48

-Of the Pope, on the reception to be
given to the French, 51–Edi&t of the

King of Naples respecting the war, 112
Elector of Saxony--His declaration to

speeting the assembling of his troops

59
Elliot, Sir Gilbert-Letter to the governor

of Porto Ferrajo, 41
Emperor of Germany-His proclamation to

his subjects respecting the war, 83-
His proclamation respecting the defence
of Bohemia, 86--His proclamation re-
specting supplies for the war, 103-His
proposition to the states of Hungary to

arm, 158
Empress of Russia ---Declaration to the Im-

perial diet respecting the war, 7-Pro-
clamation issued respecting Dutch thips,

15
Expedition against lielud - Letters relative

thereto from Mr. Pelham, 234
Executive Directory--Proclamation to the

army of the Sambie and Meuse, 16-
To the army of the interior, 49-Their
arret respecting seamen, 56-Their relo-
lution repeating the western departments,
57—Their letter to General Buonaparte,

approving of his conduct, 53-Their
· resolution respecting N. de Rehausen, 63

Answer to M. de Spinola, 78--- Their
message respecting troops in peace, 86-
Refpecting the troops of the interior, 90

Their resolution to suppress the army
of the coasts of the ocean, 91-Their
proclamation respecting attempts to ex.
cite alarm at Paris, 94-Thcir letter to
the minister of war refpcting reducing
expenses, 184--Their message refpe&ting
English merchandise, 119. 121- Their
answer to the Landgrave of Hefle's mie
nister, 126---fend a negotiator to Vienna
to negotiate a general armistice, 155
Answer to the Prince of Pignatelli, 157
--Their declaration respecting the re-
ports of the arrival of an English pleni.
potcntiary at Paris, 214—Their meilage
respecting the wants of the Republic, 217
Speech to the American minifter Monroe,
304--Reply to the minister from the
Duke of Parma, 310--To the minister
from the King of Sardinia, 310–To the
envoy from the Bey of Tunis, 311

D.

Decrees of the Council of 500, respecting

the amnesty, 102--Published at Lisbon,
refpecting the entrance of privateers, 163

Published at Modena, for the aboli-
tion of feudal jurisdiction, 139--Pub-

lished at Coblentz, 142
Decree of the National Assembly of the

United Provinces, for the abolition of a

privileged church, 85
Dei Campo, Marquis, appointed minister

from the Duke of Parma to the French

Republic, 310
Delacroix, Charles---His correspondence with
* Lord Malmesbury, 109 to zoo
Diet of Ratilbon---Declaration to the diet

from the Empress of Ruflia, 7--Pro-
ceedings of the diet respecting the war,

Faypruit -His note to the secretary of Aate
at Genoa, respecting the conduct of the

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