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An Impartial RELATION of all
Transactions, both Civil and Mi-
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The most Remarkable Events and
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Affairs of the several Nations of EUROPE,
The Characters and Parentage of Persons of
In Two Volumes.
LONDON: Printed, and Sold by C.Meere in the
An Impartial Relation of all Transactions, both Civil and Mill* tary, Foreign and Domestic, that happen'd during the first Seventeen Months of the Reign of King George.
Wherein is contain'd,
I. The Introduction, giving an Account of the Settlement of the Succession to the Crown in the most Illustrious House of Hanover; and of Queen Anne's Sickness and Death.
II. Proceedings of the Second Session sf the Fourth Parliament of Great Britain, being the last of Queen Anne's Reign.
III. The Proclaiming of King George ; his Journey from Hanover, Arrival in England, Entry into London, Coronation, &c.
IV. Memorials, CTc. relating to the Demolition of Dunkirk, and the Canal and Port which the French King intended to make at Mardyke.
V. Proceedings of the Fifth Parliament of Great Britain (being the First of King George's Reign) 'till January 9, 1716, where the Quarterly Historical Registers began.
VI. Abstract of the Report of the Committee of Secrecy.
VII. Articles of Impeachment against Robert Earl or Oxford, and Earl Mortimer.
HE following Sheets are intended as an Addition to the Historital Registers already pubiisiYd; and to render that Work a cornpleat Narrative of all the remarkable Occurrences that have happened during the whole Reign of his present Ma jesty King GEORGE, to this Time. For that Undertaking, not having been attempted till the Beginning of the Year 1716, the remarkable Events of the first Seventeen Months of the King, computing from the Death of Queen ANNE, remain unaccounted for in our for1 mer