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State of the Navies of Great Britain, France, Spain, and Holland, at the
End of 782,

(5) List of the Captains of the Navy killed during the late War, (ibid) Alterations in the Uniforms of the Officers of the Navy,

(6) List of the First Knights of the illustrious Order of St. Patrick, created by bis Majesty,

(9) Resolution of the Genera Assembly of Delegates of Volunteers of Leinster, (12) Account of Receipts and Di/'ursements of Black Friars Bridge, (16) Report of the State of the City Hospitals,

(18) Account of the capture of La Coquette, a French Frigate, by Captain King,

(19) Account of Oats imported from 1771 to 1781,

(30) Account of the Bombardment of Algiers by the Spaniards,

(36) Account of a finzular Phenomenon, seen at Greenu'ich,

(39) Lift of Prefiilent and Gover.ors of the New College at Manchester, (40) Lift of English East India Ships loft, from 1763 to 1782,

(42) Address of the lord Mayor, Aldermen, &c. to bis Alajesly, on the Birth of

another Princess, and on the Prince of Wales coming of Age, (45) Address of the jume to the Queen, on the same Occasions,

(49) State of the Public Debt of the United States of America, Addreh of the House of Commons to his Majesty, on the Reports of an intended Disolution of Parliament,

(63) Births in the rear 1783,

(65) Marriages,

(67) Promotions,

(69) Sheriffs appointed by bis Majesty in Council,

(70) Deaths,

(77) Ads of Parliament palled in the rear 1783,

(82)

PUBLIC P A P E R S. Transcript of the Treaty between France and the United States of America, together avith the Ratification of the fame by Congress,

(92) Contract between the French King and the Thirteen United States of North

America, concluded by Mr. de Vergennes and Dr. Franklin, (ibid) Preliminary Articles of Peace between his Britannic Majesly and the States

General of the United Provinces. Signed at Paris, the ad of September, 17839

(95) The Definitive Treaty of Peace and Friendliip, between bis Britannic Ma.

jefty, and the Moj Chriftian King. Signed at Versailles, the 3d of September, 1783,

(98) Separate Articles,

(103) Declaration,

(104) Counter Declaration,

(105) The Definitive Treaty of Peace and Friendship between his Britannic Majesty, and the king of Spain,

(107) Separate Artieles

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Declaration,

(112)

Counter. Declaration,

(ibid.)

be Definitirse Treaty of Peace and Friendihip between bis Britannic Ma-

jelly, and the United States of America,

(113)

Ceremorial of the Proclamation of Peace, October 6, 1783, (117)

His Majesty's Speech at the Closing the Sesion, July 16, 1783, (116)

His Majesly's Speech, Nov. 11, 1783,

(ibid.)

Cermonial of the Introduction of his Royal Highness George Augufius Frede-

rick Prince of Wales, into tbe House of Peers, at the Meeting of Parlia-

ment on Tuesday November 11, 1783,

(119)

Investiture of the Knights of St. Patrick,

(120)

Inftallation of the Knights,

(122)

Ibe Ceremonial of the Installation,

(123)

The humble Addreds of the Lord Mayor, Sheriffs, Commons, and Citizens of the

City of Dublin, in common Council assembled, presented March 11th to the

Lord I ieutenant,

(126)

His Lordlip's Anfaver,

(ibid.)

The humble Addrefs of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, of Ireland, in

Parliament afembled, to bis Majesty,

(127)

His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant's Answer,

(128)

The bumble Address of the Knights, Citizens, and Burgefjes, of Ireland, in

Parliament afemb.ed, to his Majesty,

(ibid.)

His Eacellency the Lord ! ieutenant's Anfier,

(130)

The humble Address of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament alime
bled, to the Lord Lieutenant,

(ibid.)

His Excellens y's Answer,

(131)

The humble Address of the Knights, Citizens, and Burgefjes, in Parliament al
Jembled, to the Lord Lieutenant,

(ibid.)

His Excellency's Answer,

(132)

The Lord Lieutenant's Warrent for the Settlement of the Generofe in that
Kingrtom,

(ibid.)

Extrait of a Letter ricrived by Mr. D'Ivernois, from Mr. Secretary Hamil-

ton,

(134)

The Petition of the People called Quakers,

(ibid.)

Report of the Surveyor-General of bis Majesty's Il’oods ard Forests, of the State

of the Inclosures in his Majesty's Forests, in pursuance of an Order of the

Hon. House of Commons,

(135)

The Menzorial of ibe Commanding Officers of his Majesly's Provincial Regi-

ments and Corps in North America, presented to Sir Guy Carleton, (136)

Copies of Letters from General Carleton and Admiral Digby, in unswer to

those dispatched by Robert R. Livingston, F/4. Secre!ary for Foreign Af
fairs, on Arrival of the Triumph Sloop of War, Lieutenant Dequefne, from

Cadiz,

(138)

The Address of the Loyalists at Port Rodeway, to his Excellency fohn Parr,

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(139)

His Excellency's Anwer,

(ibid.)

he Addrejs of the Affociated Lo alilts of the Touin of Shelburne, to 'Henry

Mozat, Esq. Commander of tis Majesty's Ship la Sophée, (140)

Captain Niowai's Answer,

(ibid.)

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The Memorial of frveral Gentlemen, who waited on his Excellency Sir Guy

Carleton on the 8th of August,

(141)

His Excellency's Andover,

(112)

Copy of a letter from his Excellency Sir Guy Carleton, Baronet, &c. &c.
to the Prefident of the meriere inngre/

(ibid.)

A circular 1 etter from his Enrelincy George Wallington, Commander in

Chief of the Armies of the United States of America, dated June 18.782,

(147)

General Washington's farewell Orders to the Armies of the United S'utes,

(150).

The Address of the Officers to his Excel'oney General Wolkington, 1:53)

His Eace!eney George i dintor's Proklamation concerning the withdrau ing bis

312;?. y's Forces from the Southern Pittrict,

(155)

Extract of a Let'er from General Sir Guy i arleton, K. B. *. (156)

Eu act of a Letter from Colonel Deveazx, to Sir Guy arleton, June 6,
1783,

(ibid)
Arricies entered uton betiveon Don Antonio Claracey Sanz, Governor of the

balam. Ifair's, c. and bis L'onour Andrew Derrauz, Cilonci arid

Commander en lief of the Eaperition,
Erraits of Lottery rom Lieutenant General Sir Eyre Coote, K. B. dured

Dlad the 3.11. Auguft, and 25th of September, 1782, received at time
Office of his bally's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Depart-
ment, on the ih nf +pril, 783

(100)

Artvies of Capitulation drawn up betu een bis Excellency Mons. Pierre Dr.

chemin, Naftal of the amts and Army of the King of France, and

Commindant of the Troops of his hajesty in India, on one side, and Caps,

James Hughes, Commandant of the Garrijon of Cuddalore, on the other,

(161)

Extracts of Letters from Vice Admiral Sir Edward Hughes, K. B. and

Commander in Vict of bis Majesty's Ships employed in the East Indies, to
Dr. Stephens, received the 6th inftant, by the Hon. Capt. ( arpenter, who
came Passenger to Ireland in the Rodney Packet belonging to the Loft India

Company,

(164)

Estratt of a Letter from on board the Monarca, Capt. Gill, Sept. 18. 1782,

(172)

Extract of a Leiter from the President and Sele&t Committee of the Court of

Di ectors of the Eat India Company, dated 27th June, 1783, received

over 1 and 2 ift of November,

(174)

Copy of a Letter from Mr. Hütebinson to the Secret Committee of the Court

of Directors, &c.

(181)

Trea, of Peace with the Mahar attas,

(182)

Translation of the Manifefto publilped by-Order of the Empress of Ruffia, &c.

(186)

The Eighth Report of the Commissioners appointed to examine, take, and flate

the rublic Accounts of the Kingdom,

(188)

Price of Stocks for the year 1983,

(215)

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