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P R E F A C E.
The state of politics in Europe appears pregnant with extraordinary events. In the present volume we have completed our account of the dissentions in Holland, and have thus cleared the way for the more extensive concerns of the commotions in France, and the intrigues of the Czarina and the Emperor,
The Literature of the year 1787, has not been altogether fo productive of valuable publications as the year 1786, or as the present year promises to be. In the mean time some performances of merit have appeared, and the reader will find that they have not.escaped out notice,
C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.
@ H A P. VIII.
His Majesty's Speech to both Houses of Parliament, January 23, 1787.(57)
Convention betiveen bis Britannic Majesty and the Most Christian King,
Minifters of his Britannic Majelly and the Most Christian King, Oxtober
His Moft Chriftian Majefty's Speech to the Parliament of Paris, Nov. 19,
The Second Address of the Parliament of Paris to the King, on the fame
Representation of the Equestrian Order and Nobles of the Province of Holo
land, to the States of Holland and Wef Friesand, Aug. 27, 1787, (ibid.)
The Style of History
Peculiar Features of English Landfiape,
A N T IR VITI E S.
PO E T R Y.