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Tuesday the 14th of July 1795 stating the Progress that had been made
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sembly The Moderates prevail Reflections on the Temper and Conduct
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London Gazette April 6 1795 60
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ſº A N T 1 Q U I T I E
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Meeting of the New Legislature Strength of the predominant Party
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On Didactic Poetry from a Critical Essay on Akensides Pleasures of
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can States and the Indians on the Frontiers supported by a Body of
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Message from the King to the House of Commons Feb 4
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The like Dec 8 ibid
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Different Sentiments entertained of the French Republic by different Pow
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Protest against the Act for Transferring the Militia
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Earl Fitzwilliams Speech to both Houses of the Irish Parliament on Open
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Articles of agreement for raising French Corps for the Service of Great
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State of the Coalition Motion in the House of Commons for augmenting
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Orders by General the Duke of Richmond April 20
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Proclamation issued by his Majesty relative to seditious Assemblies
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Second Treaty between the same Powers e 180
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The Sentiments of the French towards the EnglishMotion in the House
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Declaration of the same Commissioners to the Commandersinchief of
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Proclamation of the Royalists of Anjou and Upper Poitou in Answer
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Motion in the House of Commons by Mr Wilberforce for a final Abel
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Proclamation to the Dutch People from the Provisional Representatives
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Ceremony of the Acquittal of Parren Hastings Esq late Governor Gene
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Of the Infirmities and Defects of Men of Genius from DIsraelis Essay
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Account of the Mode of making Parmesan Cheese by Mr Pryce from
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