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Printed for J. DEBRETT, (Succeffor to Mr. Almon) opposite Burlington,

House, Piccadilly, 1782,

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A BINGENO Cand von his letter to the Delaware Restitution

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302, &c.

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citizens of Genava

Resolutions

277
Adams, Mr. recognized in Holland 128 Demerary, capitulations of 327, 331
Alfred, Prince, his death
251 Digby, Admiral, his prizes

273

Antiquaries of Scotland

-, his letter

358

Argill, . Captain, see Clinton, Robertson, and Dobree, Lieutenant, his letter

351

Washington.

Drake, Admiral, his letters 125, 152, 4, 5

Bahama, isles taken
148 Dublin Volunteers

306
Barbados, proceedings in, and address to Mr. Dutch fleet

168

Eftwick,

-, see States General

Bayley, Mr. his letter to Mr. Middleton 304 Dyson, Captain, his letter

152
Belfast review

230 East-Indies 26, 29, 42, 49, 167, 242

Bijah Gurh taken

42 Elliott, General, his letters

316, 373, 5

Bishop, Captain, his letter

153

Commodore, his letter 351
Bouillie, Marquis, promoted
171 Elphinston, Captain, his letter

377

Brewers, petition of

345 Eftwick,' Mr. his letter to Mr. Cumber-

confer with Earl Shelburne

land

84

Buchan, Earl of, his letter to Scots 13

address to

302

Address

165 Essequebo, capitulations of } 329, 331

Cadman, Lieutenant, his letter 124 - Exeter, chamber of, gave Lord North the
Campbell, Admiral, prizes taken by

freedom

Canada, cruelties in

135, 255 French memorial to the Dutch

170

Carleton, Sir G. his letters to Gen. Wah Flood, Mr. his letters to Volunteers
ington
144, 263

232, 244

address to

153

his speeches

307, 319

Carolina, fee North and South

Fox, Mr. his letter to M. Simolin

27

Charlemont, Earl of, his answer to Dele anniversary of his election

290

gates, &c.

243, 246 Fraser, General, his letter to Captain

Clinton, Sir H. his letter to General Wath Thompson

331

ington

156 Galway Volunteers

247

Cockburn, Lieutenant-colonel, his letter and Garter, chapter of

297

complaint

69 Geneva, citizens address to Lord Abingdon,
Common Sense to Sir G. Carleton
183

127
Connaught Volunteers,

15, 174 Georgia Constitution
Congress, resolutions of, 143, 182, 253, 325 Gibraltar

169, 300, 316, 361
Constantinople, fire at

250, 279. Gordon, Lord G. his letter to Lord Shel-

Conway, Gen, freedom of Bristol given to 9

burne

38, 349

thanks to four grand juries of Grattan, Mr. his speech

18

Suffolk

9 Graves, Admiral, his letter to Lord Mayor

letters to Sir R. Pigot, Sir G.
Carleton, Colonel Irving, Sir Edward Green, General, his force
Newenhain

323, 289

his letter to President of

Coote, Sir Eyre, his letter to Lord Shel Congress

324

burne

3

to General Leslie

325

to Mr. Smith

185 Guyet, Captain, his lecter

126,

journal

49 Hartford, act there
Cooper, Captain, his letter

125 Hastings, Mr. his letter
Çork, resolutions of county of

13 Highlanders, address to Lord Graham 166
Courtnay, Captain, his letters 272, 351 Hill, Lieutenant, his letter

299
Craufurd, Mr. hiNetter

135 Holland, see States General
Crillon, Duc, arrives at St. Roche 169 Hood, Lord, ships taken by

33

his letter

306 Hornsby, Governor, his letter to Lord Shel-

Cumberland, Mr. his letters to Mr. Eft burn:

29

wick
84 Howe, Lord, his teet

277
Cuninghame, General, his answer

his letters

353, 4, 376, 8

letters to Lord George Ger- Hudson's Bay, settlement of, destroyed 361

main

129 Jamaica, proceedings of, assembly

5

Curtis, Captain, his letter
353 Jay, Mr. at Paris

169
Danish memorial to Dutch
178 Jersey, expedition there

35
Pauphin of, celebrated in America 146, 240 Inglis, Captain, his letter

125
261 Ireland, Privy Council, resolution of 36

Kelley,

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I N D E E X.
Kalley, Captain, his letter

279 Rockingham, Marquis

, his death

146

Keppel, Lord, his letter, to Mr. Middleton Rodney, Lord, memoirs of

I

258

letter from

33, 126

Kingsborough, Lord, his addrefs to county

French account of his actions

40

of Cork

.15 Rogerson, Lieut. his letters

315, 316

Kenyon, his letter to Sir Edward Newen- Royal Géorge lost

ham

323 Ruflia, letter to the Dutch

45

Lambert, M. his letter
305 -, Grand Duke, in Holland

171
Leicester, corporation of, prefent Lord Roda - Empress's clemency

299
ney with the freedom
347 Salter, Captain, his letter

274
Letter from a gentleman at Cambridge to a Savannah evacuated
gentleman at Notts
io Scotch nobility, meeting of

317

Lesie, General, his force

36 Scots Piers, election of

161

- his letter to Gen. Greene 325 Scotch Militia considered

232
Lever, Sir A. his letter
290 Seneka sialps

135
Liberty Volunteers
231 Shuldham, Lord, his letter

154

Lima, Bishop of, his letter

236 St. Kitt's taken

39

Line of battle, French

4 South Carolina, operations there 34; 36,

London, committee of livery

239

Londonderry Volunteers

231

speech of Governor 137

Long INand address to Walzwgen 267

t, acts &c.

140

Lowther, Sir J. his offer to build a fhip of

-, capitulation

238

the line

258 Spanish memorial at the Hague

47

Lunenburgh, troops surprised there 592 · Stadtholder, his speech
Madrass, ships arrive there
299 - tone, propofition

241

Maryland; refolutions of

181

memorial

366

conftitution of

210 States General, answer to Russia IÑ4, 169

Malsachusetts, refolutions

259

treaty, with America 80

Matthews, Governor, his proclamation 28

resolutions

234, 256

Meadows, Gen. his letter, 29, arrives 153 Strabané volunteers

245

Mehe, taken
167 Swedish memorial to Holland

270

Melcombe, Captain, his letter 249

orders

275

M'Queen, his perfidy
69 Temple, Earl, arrives in Dublin

273
Militia, Scots

232
addresses to

282
Miniftry, new

146 Thomson, Captain, his letter to General
Morris, Mr. his letter
60. Fraser

331
Montferrat, capitulation of

23 Townshend, Mr. his letter to Recorder 280
Newfoundland, feet taken

170

to D. of Rutland

New-York, conftitution

190

to D. of Marlborough, Lords

affairs there

263, 268 Hertford and Orford

288

North Carolina, conftitution

216

my to Sir Edward Newenham 323

North, Count, in Holland

171

to Middlesex Justices, &c. 352

Nottingham, county meeting

335 Treaty between Holland and America

Padang taken

167 Trollope, Captain, hi: fetcer

253

Parliament

prorogued

280, 297 Vermont, papers relative to 73, 321

Pearson, Sir Richard, his letter 351 Vizir, deposed

299

Pellew, Captain, his letter

152 Volunteers 15, 248, 283, 285, 306, 369,

Pepperel, letter to

70, 71, fee Cork, Conraught, Delegates,

Petersburgh, fire at

125 Dublin, Flood, Galway, Liberty, and

Pigot, Admiral, his letters - 249, 350, 376, 8 Strabane

Portchefer, Lord, duel with Mr. Petree 143 Waller, Captain, his letter

155

Portland, Duke of, bis speech 175 Walter to Pepperell

· 177, Warren, Captain, his letter,

addresses to 280 Wathington, Gen. his letters to DeGraffe

Promotions 248, 271, 349, 50, 52, 5 36, to Congress 144, to Sir G, Carleton

Provost's letter to Mr. Fitzpatrick

14.5, to Sir H. Clinton 156, to General

Refugees, address to Sir G. Carleton

Robertson 157, to Cher. Luzerne 261,

1603 326 to Admiral Digby

262

'to Gov. Franklin'i * 277 Wayne, General, letter to

265

Robertson, Gen. his letter to Gen. Wah Wilkes, Mr. his address to the county of

ington

156 Middlesex

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proclamation

260 York, resolotions of Committee of 11; 344

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R E MEMBRAN CE R.

For the REMEMBRANCER:

MEMOIRS

OP

LORD RODNEY.

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Is Lordship was born in the fleet; and he was confirmed in his

year 1721. On January 21, . tank by the then Lords of the Ad. 1764, he was made a Baronet, and miralty, and appointed to the comon the 28th of May, 1782, made a mand of the Sheernels; and soon af. Peer of Great Britain by patent, by ter to the Ludlow Castle, of 40 guns, the title of Baron Rodney, of Rod in which fhip he fought, and took ney-Stoke, in the county of Somer- the Great Si. Maloe's privateer, of set. He has had two wives ; the first ten guns, and one hundred men more Lady Jane Compton, sister to the than the Ludlow Castle. In the reprefent Earl of Northampton. Her bellion of 1745, he sailed in this ship Ladyship died January 15,1757, leav- for the coast of Scotland, where he ing issue two sons, George and James. performed important services; and George is now Member for Nor- in the Spring of forty-fix, he was thampton: he married April 10, 1781, appointed to the Eagle man of war, Anne, second daughter of the R. Hon. then ready for launching at HarThomas Harley. His second Lady is wich. In this ship he was ordered Henrietta, daughter of Spli- to join Commodore Fox, then cruiz. cum, Esq. by whom he has one fon, ing for a fleet of homeward-bound John, born May 10, 1765, and a Martinique men ; when he out-failed daughter born December 24, 1766. his Aeet, and cook seven of them His Lordhip when a boy, being in- 'out of company; foon after this he tended for the sea-service, he went was ordered to join Admiral Hawke early to that element; and had the in the Bay, then waiting to intergood fortune to please his Com cept an outward - bound Aeet of manders so well, that the late Ado French men of war, that is, in the miral Matthews appointed him, on year 1748, the Admiral fell in with, the 9th of November, 1742, to the and engaged this fleet, when Capcommand of the Plymouth man of tain Rodney, in the Eagle, performwar, a ship of the line, before he ed wonders, even in the opinion of was twenty years of age; and in this the gallant Hawke. In this fight, fhip he protected near three hundred Sir George Rodney (then a very fall of our Lisbon trade, through the young man) had the Monarch and a midst of the French fleet of inen of fixty-fix gun fhip upon him at the war, then cruizing in the chops of fame time, and the gallant Hawke the Channel to intercept them, and was fo apprehensive that young Rode for which Sir George received the ney would be funk; that he (thie warmest acknowledgments from the Admiral) actually bore away from merchants concerned in this Lilbon the Tonnani, the French ComVOL. XIV.

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