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gifter or deliver in their qualifications within the time directed by for and for extending the le emitted for thofe purpóles, until December 1801 to indemnify members and officers, in cities, corporations, and borough towns, whofe admiflions have been omitted to be ftamped according to law, or having been stamped, have been loft or millaid, and for allowing them, until 25th December, 1801, to provide admiflions duly ftamped; to permit fuch perfons as have mitted to make and file affidavits of the execution of indentures of clerks to attornies and folicitors, to make and file the fame on or before the firft day of Michaelmas term one thoufand eight hundred and one; and for indemnifying deputy-lieuteants and officers of the militia, who have neglected to tranfmit defcriptions of their qualifications to the clerks of the peace within the time directed by law, and for extending the time limitted for that
For explaining and amending an, a, pafled in the laft feffion of par-purpote, until the first day of Sepliament, intituled,, " An act for tember, one thoufand eight hundred erecting a lazaret on Chetney Hill," and one." in the county of Kent, and for e- For farther contiming, until fix ducing into one act the laws rela-weeks after the commencement of ting to quarantine, and for making the next feffion of parliament, ferefarther provifion therein, as far as ral, acts, made in the thirty-eighth regards the payment of the tonnage and thirty-ninth years of his prefent duty in the iflands of Guernfey, majefty's reign, and in the laft fefJerfey, Alderney, Sark, or Man." fion of parliament, for empowering his majefty to fecure and detain fuch perfons as his majefty fhall fufpect are confpiring againt his perfon and, government.
To indemnify fuch perfons as have omitted to qualify themselves for offices and employments; and to indemnify juftices of the peace, of others, who have omitted to re
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tain, which expire at the end of the prefent feffion of parliament.
For extenta fue
of advanced by way of loan to feveral. perfons connected with and trading to the islands of Grenada and Saint Vincent.
To explain, amend, and render more effectual, the feveral acts made in the thirty-eighth and thirty ninth years of the reign of his prefent majefty, and in the laft feffion of parliament, for the redemption and purchafe of the land-tax.
For farther continuing, until 1ft Auguft, 1801, an act made in the thirty-feventh year of the reign of his prefent majefty, intituled, An aft for the better prevention and punishment of attemps to feduce perfons ferving in his majefty's forces, by fea or land, from their duty and allegiance to his majefty, or to incite them to mutiny or difobedience."
SUPPLIES granted in the Fifth Seffion of the Eighteenth Parliament of Great Britain.
November 21, 1800.
That 120,000 feamen be employed, for three lunar months, commencing 1ft January, 1800, including 22,696 Marines.
For for ditto pay
For victuals for ditto
For wear and tear of fhips
For ordnance fea-fervice on board fuch fhips
For the extraordinary establishment of ditto, för ditto
666,000 0 * 684,000 0 0 1,800,000 00 90,000 0 0
That 58,528 men, including 4797 invalids, officers, and non-commiffioned officers, be granted to his majesty for the fervice of three months, from the 25th of December, 1800, to the 21ft of March, 1801, both included.
475,000 0 0 35,000 0 0
£4,155,000 0 0
For guards, garrifons, and other land-forces
For the militia, miners, and fencibles
For increased rates of subsistance to inn-keepers, and in lieu of small beer
For recruiting and contingencies for land-forces, and extra feed for the cavalry
For volunteers, cavalry and infantry
For the department of barrack-mafter-general
For ordnance for the land fervice
205,000 0 0 200,000 0 0
562,055 0 0
$1,486 0 0 374,350 0 0
110,000 0 0
127,500 @ 0 145,000 0 0
171,200 0 0
6 120,000 0 0
457,000 0 0
For foreign and other fecret fervices
For the fuffering clergy and laity of France
For convicts at home
To cover the intereft of exchequer-bills granted in 1799 151,643 0
Total of fupply
4,155,000 o o 2,118,591 0 0 254,643 0 0
6,528,234 0 0
WAYS AND MEANS FOR RAISING THE SUPPLY.
For continuing the duties on malt, mum, cider, and perry
For continuing certain duties on fugar, malt, tobacco, and fnuff 2,000,000
For railing $,500,000l. by exchequer-bills
Total Ways and Means .6,150,000
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR 1860.
Deg. Deg. Deg. Deg. Deg Deg. Inches. Inches. Inches. Deg. Deg. Deg. Inches.
60 $0,7 2,458
57 70,7 0,250
The quickfilver in the bafon of the barometer is 31 feet above the level of low water fpring-tides at Somerfet-hours.
HISTORY OF EUROPE.
CHAP. I. 1
Return of Buonaparte from Egypt to France.-His Letter to the Army of Egypt.-The Companions of his Foyage.-Arrives at Corfica. And at Frejus in Provence.-Enthufianic Joy with which he was every where received.-Proceeds by Lyons to Paris.-Hopes and Confidence of the Pa rifians, and in general all the French centered on this military Chief.Situation of the French Republic at this Period, external and internal.State of Parties.-War in the Western Departments.—Weakness and Halfmeasures of Government.—New political Changes meditated by Abbé Sieyes. -Perfonal Interview between the Abbe and Buonaparte,-Buonaparte careffed and courted by all Parties.-The Army alone courted by him.-He Javours and joins the moderate Party.-Character of Abbé Sieyes. And of Buonaparte.-Splendid Feaft givu in Honour of Buonaparte.-Project for a Change in the Government and Conftitution.-Neceffarily communicated to confiderable Numbers of the Members of both Councils.-Yet kept Secret till the Moment of Explofion.--The Council of Elders empowered by the Conftitution of 1795 to tranfport the Legislature whenever it should think Proper to any Commune within a certain Distance of Paris'· -Command of the French Troops in and near Paris, vefted, by the, Council of Elders, in Buonaparte.-Tranflation of the Legislative Bodies and the Directory to St. Cloud
The Village of St. Cloud filled with Troops, and Spectators from Paris.-The Two Councils conftituted there.-Refignations of the Directorial Office.Motion in the Council of Elders for inquiring into the Reasons for their Tranflation to St. Cloud.-A Debate on this Subject fufpended, by a Motion for Meffages to the Council of Five Hundred and the Directory, which was agreed to.-Buonaparte comes into the Hall and addreffes a Speech to the Council of Elders, in which he flates the Danger of the Country, and invites them to affociate their Wijäom with the Force they had placed under his Command for its Salvation.-Oppofition to Buonaparte, and a Change in the Conflitution.-Buonaparte goes out and harangues the Soldiers and the People.-Returns, and infifis on the Neceffity of taking Measures for the Realization of facred Principles that had hitherto been only chimerical.— Motion by Dalphonfe or renewing the Oath of Fidelity to the Conflitution. -This Motion oppojed, and the Defects of the Conflitution briefly flated.— The Council of Elders adjourned till nine o'clock in the Evening.-Proceedings in the Council of Five Hundred.-Motion for a Committee for makK k 4