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BOOK IX.

| Chap. XVIII.—Civiland Military History. Reign

FBoy THE REVOLUTION TO THE DEATH OF

of George Second. A.D. 1742–1745, .

257

GEORGE II.-A.D. 1688-1760.

CHAP. XIX.-Civil and Military History. Reign

of George Second. A.D. 1745,

271

Chap. I.--Civil and Military History. Interreg CHAP. XX.-Civil and Military History. Reign

A.D. 1688-1689, .

1 of George Second. A.D. 1745–1746,.

286

taip. II.-Civil and Military History. Reign of CHAP. XXI.—Civil and Military History. Reign

William and Mary. A.D. 1689-1691,

3 of George Second, A.D. 1746-1747, .

304

Chur. III.--Civil and Military History. Reign of Chap. XXII.--Civil and Military History. Reign
Filliam and Mary. A.D. 1691-1694,
17 of George Second. A.D. 1746–1755, .

320

Chlp. IV. - Civil and Military History. Reign of CHAP. XXIII.—Civil and Military History. Reign

William Third. A.D. 1695-1697,

31

of George Second. A.D. 1756-1760, .

338

Ceap, V.-Civil and Military History. Reign of

CHAP. XXIV.-History of Religion, from the Re-

William Third. A.D. 1697-1700,

46

volution to the Death of George Second. A.D.

CHAP. VI.-Civil and Military History. Reign of

1689-1760,

357

William Third. A.D. 1700-1702,

64 CHAP. XXV.—History of Society, from the Re-

CHAP. VII.- Civil and Military History. Rign volution to the Death of George Second.

of Anne. A.D. 1702-1704,.

82 1689–1760,

. 374

CHAP. VIII. -Civil and Military History. Reign

of Anne.

BOOK X.

A.D. 1704-1707, .

97

(hap. IX.—Civil and Military History. Reign of FROM THE ACCESSION OF GEORGE III. TO THE

Anne. A.D. 1707-1709,

113

PEACE OF AMIENS.-A.D. 1760-1802.

Chap. X.-Civil and Military History. Reign of

CHAP. I.—Civil and Military History. Reign of

Anne. A.D. 1709-1712,

129

George Third.

A.D. 1760–1764,

423

CHAP. XI. ---Civil and Military History. Reign of

CHAP. II.-Civil and Military History. Reign of

Anne.

A.D. 1712-1714,

148

George Third. A.D. 1764-1768,

442

bar. XII.-Civil and Military History. Reign

CHAP. III.—Civil and Military History. Reign of

of George First. A.D. 1714-1716,

165

George Third A.D. 1768–1769,

453

Caap. XIII.- Civil and Military History. Reign CHAP. IV.-Civil and Military History. Reign of

of George First. A.D. 1716-1720,

183

George Third. A.D. 1770, .

472

EAP. XIV.-Civil and Military History. Reign CHAP. V.-Civil and Military History. Reign of

of George First. A.D. 1720-1727,

203

George Third.

A.D. 1771-1772,

486

(AAP. XV.--Civil and Military History. Reign CHAP. VI.-Civil and Military History. Reign of

of George Second A.D. 1727-1737,

218

George Third.

A.D. 1773-1774, .

503

VIP. XVI.-Civil and Military History. Reign CHAP. VII.—Civil and Military History. Reign

& George Second. A.D. 1737-1741,

231 of George Third. A.D. 1774-1775,

517

249. XVII.--Civil and Military History. Reign

CHAP. VIII.--Civil and Military History. Reign

of George Second. A.D. 1741-1742,

213 of George Third. A.D. 1775-1776,

536

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CHAP. IX.-Civil and Military History. Reign of CHAP. XX.—Civil and Military History. Retro-

George Third. A.D. 1776-1777,

553 spective View of Indian Affairs. Reign of

CHAP. X.-Civil and Military History. Reign of

George Third. A.D. 1769-1775,

718

George Third.

A.D. 1777, .

569 CHAP. XXI.—Civil and Military History. Retro-

CHAP. XI.-Civil and Military History. Reign of

spective View of Indian Affairs. Reign of

George Third. A.D. 1778, .

585 George Third. A.D. 1776-1786,

730

CHAP. XII.--Civil and Military History. Reign CHAP. XXII.-Civil and Military History. Reign
of George Third. A.D. 1778-1780,
600 of George Third. A.D. 1786-1789,

743

CHAP. XIII.-Civil and Military History. Reign CHAP. XXIII.-Civil and Military History. Reign

of George Third. A.D. 1780-1781,

618

of George Third. A.D. 1789,

769

CHAP. XIV.--Civil and Military History. Reign Chap. XXIV.-Civil and Military History. Reign

of George Third. A.D. 1781-1782,

629

of George Third. A.D. 1789,

771

Chap. XV.-Civil and Military History. Reign Chap. XXV.-Civil and Military History. Reign

of George Third. A.D. 1782-1784,

648

of George Third. A.D. 1789-1790,

788

CHAP. XVI.- Civil and Military History. Reign CHAP. XXVI.—Civil and Military History. Reign

of George Third. A.D. 1785-1786, .

664

of George Third. A.D. 1790,

800

CHAP. XVII.-Civil and Military History. Retro-

CHAP. XXVII.-Civil and Military History. Reign

spective View of Indian Affairs. James First

of George Third. A.D. 1791,

811

to George Second. A.D. 1612-1756,

672
CHAP. XVIII.—Civil and Military History. Re.

Chap. XXVIII.—Civil and Military Histury.

Reign of George Third.

trospective View of Indian Affairs. Reign of

A.D. 1791, .

829

George Second A.D. 1756–1759,

687 Chap. XXIX.--Civil and Military History. Reign

Chap. XIX.-Civil and Military History. Re.

of George Third.

A.D. 1791,

841

trospective View of Indian Affairs. George CHAP. XXX.-Civil and Military History. Reign

Second to George Third, A.D. 1759-1769, 704 of George Third. A.D. 1792,

855

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

VOLUME III.

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THE ENGLISH BIBLE MADE FREE-Henry VIII. granting his warrant-royal allowing all his subjects to read the Scriptures.-- From the picture by George H. Thomas (Vol. ii. p. 209-10),

Frontispiece. WILLIAM III. AT THE SIEGE OF NAMUR.-From a drawing by J. MʻL. Ralston, .

33 THE YOUNG PRETENDER AND THE HIGHLAND CHIEFS ON BOARD THE “DOUTELLE.”—From a drawing by J. M'L. Ralston,

272 MAP OF INDIA, illustrating the History of the Wars,

680 MEETING OF LORD CLIVE WITH MEER JAFFIER AT PLASSEY.-From a drawing by James Godwin,

694 LORD CORNWALLIS RECEIVING THE SONS OF TIPPOO SULTAN AS HOSTAGES.- From the picture by Mather Brown, 867

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1. INITIAL LETTER-Scroll work Louis Quartorze style, 2. WILLIAM III.- From the portrait by Kneller,

5 3. MARY, Queen of William III.-After Kneller,

5 4. PENNYBURN Mill, near Londonderry.-From Hall's Ireland,

8 5. CARRICKFERGUS.--From an old drawing in the King's

Collection, British Museum,
6. THE BOYNE WATER, near the spot where it was crossed

by King William at the battle of the Boyne.-From
a view by A. Nicholl,

13 7. BEACHY HEAD.-From a view by James Danby,

14 & KINALE.- From a view by Willis, in Hall's Ireland, 15 9. TBE TOWNHALL AT THE HAGUE.- From an old view in the King's Collection, British Museum,

16 10 LIMERICK, King John's Castle and old Thomond

Enige.-From a view Creswick, in Hall's Ireland, 18 IL SKETE MAP OF PART OF THE FRENCH COAST, to illustrate the Battle of La Hogue,

21 12 PLAN OF BREST, and its approaches, as fortified in 1634, 30 13. VAXIR.-From Stanfield's Sketches on the Moselle, 33 14. PALACE OF ST. GERMAIN.---From a print by Rigaudin, 37 15. RYSWICK.-From a drawing by P. C. Lafarque,

47 16. The Loo, in Gelderland, a favourite residence of William III.-From a print of his time,

53 17. Dutch GCARDS OF William III.- From a print by L. Scherm,

55 18. ADMIRAL RUSSELL, Earl of Orford.—After Sir G.

Orford.-A
Kneller,

57 19. VICE-ADMIRAL Sir GEORGE ROOKE.–From a portrait by M. Dahl,

65 20. John, LORD SOMERS.–From the statue by W. C. Mar

shall, R.A., in St. Stephen's Hall, new Houses of
Parliament,

73 21. WRECK OFF TYNEMOUTH OF THE “ BETSY CAINS," the

vessel which conveyed William III. to England, in
1688.–From a drawing hy J. W. Carmichael,

81 22. QUEEN ANNE.—After Sir G. Kneller,

83 2. SIDNEY, EARL OF GODOLPHIN.–After Sir G. Kneller, 84 24. Joux, DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH.-After Sir G. Kneller, 86 25. THE ORDER OF THE THISTLE,

92 26. PRINCE EVCENE OF Savoy.-From a fine print by Smith, after D. Rickter,

94 27. SKETCH MAP-to illustrate Marlborough's Campaign on the Danube, in 1704,

96 28. MEDAL STRUCK BY THE PARTY OPPOSED TO MARI

BOROUGH, bearing the effigies of the Margrave of
Balen, and on the reverse, the lines of Schellenberg.

From Van Loon, Histoire Metallique de Pays Bas, 98 29. PLAN-to illustrate the Battle of Blenheim,

101 30. THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR, from the Neutral Ground. From a view by D. Roberts, R. A..

103 VOL. III.

No.
31. BLENHEIM HOUSE, Woodstock.–From a drawing in
the King's Collection, British Museum, .

105 32. CHARLES MORDAUNT, Earl of Peterborough.-After Sir G. Kneller,

105 33. THE COCK-PIT, ST. JAMES's.-From Aggas' Map of London,

110 34. ALMANZA, from the Field of Battle.—Locker's Spanish Scenery,

114 35. SARAH JENNINGS, Duchess of Marlborough. - After Sir G. Kneller,

117 36. GENERAL VIEW OF THE HAGUE AT THE PERIOD.-From a print by P. Schenck,

126 37. MEDAL STRUCK ON THE OCCASION OF SACHEVERELL'S

TRIAL.—Drawn by J. W. Archer, from a specimen

in the British Museum, and of the actual size, . 133 38. ROBERT HARLEY, Earl of Oxford.—After Kneller, 137 99. THE TOWNHALL, UTRECHT.-From Prout's Sketches in Flanders and Germany,

144 40. HENRY ST. JOHN, Viscount Bolingbroke.--After Sir G. Kneller,

146 41. GEORGE I.–From a print by Vertue, after Kneller, 166 42. BRAEMAR CASTLE.-From an old drawing in the British Museum,

171 43. HEXHAM, by Moonlight.–From a sketch by H. G. Hine,

173 44. JAMES FRANCIS EDWARD, the old Pretender.-From a print by Chereau, after A. S. Belle,

178 45. PERTH.-From a view by D. 0. Hill, R.S.A.,

180 46. AVIGNON, the Castle of the Popes.-From Hughes' Views in the South of France,

181 47. THE PALACE OF HERRENHAUSEN. --From a view in the King's Collection, British Museum, .

185 48. HOLLAND HOUSE.-Drawn J. W. Archer, from his sketch on the spot,

191 49. The Coast OF CALABRIA, from Sicily.–From a view by Renmy,

193 50. PLAN OF THE STRAIT AND ENVIRONS OF MESSINA, 194 51. ADMIRAL Sir GEORGE Byng.After Sir G. Kneller, 198 52. MESSINA.---From a view by W. L. Leitch,

200 53. SKETCH MAP-PART OF THE SICILIAN Coast, including

the Environs of Palermo, to illustrate military opera-
tions,

202 54. THE OLD SOUTH SEA HOUSE.-From a print by Wale, 206 55. SIR ROBERT WALPOLE, afterwards Earl of Orford. From a picture by A. Pond,

211 56. FRANCIS ATTERBURY, Bishop of Rochester. - After Sir G. Kneller,

212 57. GEORGE II.-- From a picture by T. Worlidge,

220 58. CAROLINE, Queen of George II. - After Sir G. Kneller, 221 59, NORFOLK HOUSE, St. James's Square.-From a view in the king's Collection, British Museum.

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PAGB No. 219. THE ROYAL PALACE, STOCKHOLM,

765 230. JEAN PAUL MARAT.-From a portrait by Duples 220. NECKER.–From a portrait by J. S. Duplessis,

771

Bertaux, 221. LA FAYETTE-From an anonymous print,

775 231. THE DONJON OF VINCENNES.-From a print aft 222. THE PALAIS DE JUSTICE, Paris, as at the period.

Moreau, 1783, · From a sketch on the spot by T. S. Boys,

776 232. MIRABEAU. - After a French print of the period, 223. THE BASTILLE.-From a print in the Sloane Collection, 783 233. Louis XVI. OF FRANCE.–From a French print of tl 224. Bailly, Mayor of Paris.-From a portrait by Duplessi

period, . Bertaux,

785 234. MARIE ANTOINETTE, QUEEN OF Locis XVI.-From 225. EDMUND BURKE.–From the statue by W. Theed, in

French print, St. Stephen's Hall, new Houses of Parliament, 791 235. MAXIMILIEN ROBESPIERRE. —From a portrait by Du 220. Tur HÔTEL DE VILLE AND PLACE DE GRÈVE, as at the

plessi-Bertaux, period.-From a sketch by T. S. Boys,

802 236. LA PRISON DE L'ABBAYE, Paris. — Drawn by T. Boya 227. THE CHAMP DE MARS, during the Federation, and the

from his sketch on the spot, 1824, HÔTEL DES INVALIDES. — After Duplessi-Bertaux,

806

237. JEROME PETIon, Mayor of Paris.-From a portrait by 228. TIPPOO SULTAUN.-From a portrait in the East India

Duplessi-Bertaux, House, engraved in Beatson's View of the War with 238. TIPPOO Sanie's REGULAR CAVALRY AND INFANTRY, Tippoo Sultaun,

812

WITH ONE OF HIS "GALLOPER" GUNS.- From Cap229. DR. JOSEPH PRIESTLEY.– From a print by Holloway,

tain Gold's Oriental Drawings, and a drawing in the after Artaud,

844

MKenzie Collection, at the East India House, .

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