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With a View of the Rumbling Bridge, at Glen-Devon, in the
Parish of Muchart, Kinross-Shire.
Anecdotes of Honoré D'Urfé, Au- Account of the Enjoyments of the
Comments on Sterne, by John Fer. The Prowess and Death of Cap-
14 tain Tranchemont, and his brave
Account of Sir Joshua Reynolds, 22 The Goldfinch and Linnet,
dial Slaves, in the Western If Choose for Yourself, - ib.
lands of Scotland, - 27 Description of Spring, ,
tenants in the Western Illes, 28 MONTHLY REGISTER.
State of the Barometer in inches and decimals, and of Farenheit's THER
MOMETER in the open air, taken in the morning before sun-rise, and at noon; and the quantity of rain-water fallen, in inches and decimals, from Jan. Ist to 30th 1794, within one mile of the Castle of Edinburgh.
Thermom. Barom. Rain. Weather. 1794. M.
0.08 Rain 29.875
0.33 Ditto 29:3
FOR JANUARY 1794.
15. The National Convention de. Feb. i. In the National Convencreed that Louis Capet was guilty of tion it was decreed, that the French a conspiracy against the Liberty of nation is at war with the King of the Nation, and of attempts against England and the Stadtholder of Hol. the Safety of the State-'The Con- land. vention, after fitting thirty-fix hours, 3. M. Marat, who came to Lonvoted that death be inflicted on Lou, don to negociate with Ministry after is Capet. The votes were--for death, Chauvelin set off, received orders to
366-for detention or baniihment, quit the kingdom. He obtained no - 319—for imprisonment, 2.
interview with Ministers. 19. An investigation of the votes 4. James Smith, gunsmith in Glasagainst Louis took place, when there gow, outlawed by the High Court appeared a majority of 27 votes de- of Justiciary for not appearing to cidedly for death over all the other stand trial for writing a feditious ad. species of voters.--After which 310 vertisement.-An embargo laid on voted for delaying the execution of all vessels in British ports belonging the fentence--348 against delay to France.
20. A person named Paris, one of 6. A deputation of Dutch Patrithe King's late Body Guards, fab- ots in Paris thanked the Convention bed Pelletier in a Coffeehouse, for for declaring war againit the Stadhaving voted the death of Louis. tholder.
21. Louis executed, and his body 11. Proclamation issued to make interred in the burying ground of La reprisals against France. The ConMadaliene; aged 39 years. vention between Great Britain and
24. Mons. Chauvelin received of- Spain relative to Noorka Sound signficial orders to depart from Britain ed at London. ---Sir James Eyre ap. before the ift of February.
pointed Chief Justice of the Court of 25. Lord Auckland presented a Common Pleas. Declaration to the States General 12. Sir Archibald Macdonald ap. relative to the correspondence be- pointed Chief Baron of the Court of tween Lord Grenville and M. Chau. Exchequer. velin, and the sentiments entertained 13. Sir John Scot appointed Atby Britain towards France --Mons. torney General, and John Mitford, Chauvelin, French ambassador, left Elg. Solicitor General. London for Paris.
15. The 'Tron Church of Glasgow 27. A French Squadron bombard- burnt down. ed the city of Cagliari.
19. Thomas Dowling, a witness 28. The King fent a message to on Captain Kimber's trial, found guilthe House of Commons, intimating, ty of perjury. that from the proceedings of France, 26. Thomas Devereux, a witness it was necessary to increase the for- on Captain Kimber's trial, tried for ces of this kingdom.---The. High perjury and acquitted. The States Court of Justiciary outlawed James General of the United Provinces ifThomson Callender, accused of pub- sued a Manifesto, in which they inlishing, “ The Political Progress of serted a Proclamation circulated by Great Britain," &c.
General Dumourier, and refuted his 31. Lord George Gordon's term charges against the Stadtholder. of imprisonment expired; but not 21. Ali French Atrangers ordered being able to find proper security, he to quit Rotterdam. was remanded to Newgate.Paris, 24. Breda surrendered to Dumou. the aflallin of Pelletier, being seized rier. at Forges les Eux, blew out his 25. The first embarkation of Guards brains.