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church and state? To cover their shame liament was sitting, Dalleval writ to be as much as may be, they had no way but and Mr. Hayes likewise, to base de to invalidate me; which they set about their pardon, and protection from with all the malice that the devil, or king and parliament, promising the Popish principles cou'd incite them with; would make great discoveries, (which! sough for some time my faithful service, majesty knew they might, this being's and the king's large promises of lasting winter before the second intendedi: favours to me, was iny support; and had sion, when the forces with the late hi continued so, but that the immaturity of James lay at La-llogue, ready to enla. iny judgment was so easily impos'd upon, the latter end of April fullowing) tbe pa. by iwo instruments seni by ihe French liament having addressed the king! court, to accomplish my ruin, viz. Co. cause the Lord Preston's and Mr. Crone Jone! Thomas Dalleval, and Mr. George coplessions to be laid before them, a Hayes; they were formerly my most in their's agreeing with mine, the paretimate acquaintance, both in England ment made an humble address to the s. and at the court at St. Germains, and to add to his bounty to me; this did :: were imployed constantly 'twixt England infame mine and ihe nation's enerki and France on King James's account, as and Colonel Dalleral and Mr. Hayes set I was: the first of these canic 10 ine at me abundance of letters, and great pro my ludgings in White-Hall, and told me, mises of performing considerable serties he desired to come and serve the governo for their inajesty's and this kingda's ment, as I had done, provided I wou'd safety. At length I did address the House intercide with the queen for his pardon, of Commons in their behalf, desiring a and make some conditions for his coming pardon and passport to be given te over honourably. I acquainted the queen blauk, for two gentlemen to come from of it immediately, the king being then in beyond the seas, and to return if desired; Flanders; and her majesty, (whose bounty the honourable house granted my re. extended to all) did inost graciasly pro- quest, on condition I would engage fer unise to write to the king about it; and, their appearance, and performing sim in the niean ume', committed the ma. they promised ar this time. Only pagement of this affair to the care of his majesties, and some of their most bur usgrace, Job Lord Arch-Bishop of Can- abie privy council, knew these beu's terbury, (my very good friend). Bot be. names that I engaged for, lest the French fore the king's answer came from Flan court shou'd prevent their coming, (n: ders Dalleial receivesi a letter from the my credulity caused me to believe, That Earl of Melfort, requiring his return im- the protection of the parliament for iben, mediately to St. Germain's; which lecter and a pardon and passport signed by the he shewed me, and I carried it to the king, and under the great seal; ii Fu queen, who knowing Meltori's hand, gave left blank for me to fill up; and thus I orders, that Colonel Dalleval might go sent for Flanders, by a messenger of py for France again, provided that he en own, recommended by some inemberi gaged to return when her majesty re- parliament; it proving very cold 5:| quired him: all which he swore, and pro- weather in those parts, Dallerzl air nised post solemnly to do, and then Mayes came to Antwerp some tin:e bewent for France accordingly: soon after fore my messenger could get there; sê his arrival there he sent me several let. they went to Ostend, and came fro ters writ in characters, promising to come thence to England, having heard the to King William in Flanders, and desired pardon had passed the sea's. The mer. me to meet him there. The arch-bishop senger heard of them at Antwerp, 28 and my self from time to time acquainted other places; and hearing they were coe? her majesty of every particular; and I for England, he returned. As soon s was commanded to go for Flanders, Dalleval and the other arrived, they seat where I continued with the king three one Jones to me with a letter, assuring months on this occasion, and receiv'd me they were coming to town, and sJetters from Colonel Dalleval at St. Ger- tended to attend on the House of Come main's twice every week, during the time mons the Monday following. I masa: I was there; the contents of which let- tieam joyful to hear of their arrival, as ters proved very trne, and of some use immediately sent their letter to the huse, at that time to the king's affairs; but this where the speaker read it; and Nortas was only a snare, the more securely to was appointed for hearing them. At this suin me to the purpose: for, as soon as unhappy time I was very dangerous y the king came to England, and the pare sick, and when Monday came the gentle

Discovery of the true Mother of the Pretended Prince of Il’ales. 657 men were seen by many in the lobby, considerable number of members of pare whilst the house was praters: but liament calld; but the men I engaged prayers being ended, and they called for, for, not appearing before the house, to ibey were vanished of a suddeo, which certifie thein, I was found guilty of a occasioned the house to appoint a com. misdemeanour against them. mittee to come to me, which they did, Having thus shewed how far their taking all my papers and informations on malice extended to me, I beg you will oathi Anthony Bowyer, esq. being chaire take notice, how confidently King man of the said committee: I gave thein Janies' friends can oppose any truch an account where Mr. Hayes had lodged that is against their interest, as now formerly at a papist's in Holbourn, but their denying, that the French court, or they were not to be found; which occa. King James's knew of the design of sioned on Wednesday the 24 h of Febru. murthering King William; when the ary to pass a vote against me, and to ad- world cannot but remember that Che. dress the king to order the attorney-gene- valier Granval was execuied in Flanders, ral to prosecute me for engaging for for endeavouring to shoot the king; and these men, and that ihey did not appear. that, at his death, he confcss'd itie fact; Now King James's friends bad their de. and it was sufficiently pror'd, that Co. sire, and Dalleval, with the other, having lonel Parker was engag'd with him; and accomplisht their villainous designs, re that Parker had receiv'd instructions turned for France. I was brought to my from the late king; and that both of tryai, at my own request, at the King's them, with others, were encouraged from Rench, at Westminster; and even then time to time, by the French ministers of these gentlemen, Dalleval and Hayes, state: of this I first acquainted his masent me several letters to excuse lein. jesty, but it was further discovered, selves, and promised to come and vindi. at one of the confederate prince's courts, cate me: and it is most certain, that who earnestly pressed his majesty to exeven to this tiine they have continued to amine the matter; and, being done, this come frequently to England about King Granval was found guilty, and executed; James's business. When I was on my

tho' Colonel Parker made his escape: tryal, the attorney-general, now Jord- which may convince any thinking man, keeper of the great seal, and one of the that from the first intender invasion lords justices of England, told the judges from France, that court has studied and jury, that I had performed very con wayes to kill King William, and his luce siderable services to the advantage and royal consort, of erer blessed memory. security of the present government, and As for the intolerable injuries that I had discharged my duty honestly; but have undergone, time, and their own deharing engag’d for those men, and they vices have at last deinonstrated; tho' not appearing occasioned my tryal; on they spared for no means that might which I produced a certificare, under the make me obnoxious to all good inen: I hand of his Grace the Duke of Shrews. bless Gud, and must acknowledge the bury, that by the king's order, and his abandant goodness of my sovereign, for encouragement, I was sent to France my deliverance from their treacherons for the service, and security of the pre- and base villanies; and earnestly pray, sent government, as before mentioned. that Almighty God will forgive them, as

I also desired ihre Lord Chief Justice I most freely do. Holt to acquaint the jury, (who were all Whoever shall peruse these lines, and gentlemen of good account) of what he is not satisfied with the truth of any parknew, being one of his majesties most ticular, I shall be ready to give any dle. honourable privy.council. And, as to monstration, that is not too impertinent. the matter relating to the letters I had, And as I bave mentioned the names of and the pardous, and money which was several great and good men, I dare reler offered me to go back for France, all any person to thein, for the contirmation which his lordship most justly and ho- of the truth of this narrative. nourably declared : there was likewise a

MONTULY MAG, No. 243.

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GENERAL

TO THE

THIRTY-FIFTH VOLUME.

one

1

222

PAGL

PAGZ
ABSORPTION, experiments on, by Barnaby, drunken, imitations of

100
Magendie, &c.

236
author of

417
Acts of PARLIAMENT, new, substance Bank of England, its mischievous system 241
of
70, 158, 251, 349, 444, 538 notes, their amount

606
Actors, French, account of

133 Barrister, the infamous award of a stupid
Academy of Sweden
239

357
ADAMSON, his Memoranda Lusitanica
311 Bautzen, battle of

651
Mr. on Portuguese poetry 114, Beet Ruot, culture of

154
162 | Bell, Mr. on life preservers
.., enquiry relative to scarce Beck, Mr. on the statue of Charles II.

31
books
117 Beggars, on

345, 196
Aeronauts, their unhappy fate

155 Bentley, Mr. on the death of fish in fro-
African association, its transactions

338

zen ponds
Agent of nature little considered by phi Bennett, Mr. J. on caloric and frigoric
losophy
199 | Bedridden female, account of

28;
AGRICULTURAL REPORTS, 95, 196, 287, Beachy head, fall at

377
333, 479, 575 | Bilious diseases, causes of
practice, facts relative

Bible, its translation into fifty-nine lan-
to the actual state of

300 guages
Allisa, Mr, on the imitations of Bos Bills, accommodation, their ruinous cost 469
worth's drunken Barnaby
100 Blind, chess board for

496
Allowances to prisoners, inadequacy of Blood, experiments on
the

Black skin, cause of
Alexander, Emperor of Russia, his mag Black Sea

416
64 Bodorgan, on gambit and fou
Alphabet, Druidical, reference to

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441 Bodaugan, Mr. on Farey's musical nota-
Annual registers, their mischievous prin.

tion

24
ciples

153 Borouglis disfranchised
Apple trees, diseages of

505 BOTANICAL REPORT, 93, 381. 573
Apothecaries will, obeervations on the pro Bonar, Mr. and Mrs. horrible murder
jected

223
of

549
account of

244 Bond, vertical, the advantages of
Artists, their fund recommended

349 Buok, mysterious history of the
Armistice between France, Russia, and Books, enquiry relative to
Prussia
546 Bonaparte, Lucien, poem of

54
Arts, Society of, its proceedings 525

anecdote of
Astionomical Anticipations, 192, 288, 384, Bogs, Irish, account of

480 Brain, analysis of, by Vauquelin
Astronomers produced by one eclipse 514..., Mr. Brodie on its action on the
Asiatic society, transactions of 41, 148 heart
Army, French, their positions in April 395 Bridges, on the principle of

5
Authors, their pretensions examined 497 Brougham, Mr. patriotic views of

1
Authentic account of Polish Prussia 309 British gallery of pictures, London
AKEWELL, his Geology of England Busby, Mr. G. Proemium to the transla-
described

535
tion of Lucretius

392
BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, 72, 162, Burney, Dr. notice of

255, 358, 446, 541 Catholic religion, calumny against re-
Badham, Dr. in reply to illiberal criti-

futed
cisms
103 Canning, Mr. courtly politics of

Si
Catholics

nanimous overture

56.99

183
617
644

GENERAL

INDE X.

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343
399, 426

439

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Catholics of Ireland, their wretched con- Contributions to English Synonymy 123, 509
dicion
629 Cost of Wars

407
.... claims, reasons for not signing a Concordat between Napoleon and the
petition against
202 Pope

167
question, divisions upon, in the Columbiad, fine poem so called

270
Commons

240 Corn, disgraceful importation of
Caloric and frigoric, justification of the Cowley, Mrs.
doctrine of

212 Coral islands, their rapid growth
Capitals, ancient and modern, com- Convicts in London and Ireland

45+
pared
202 Coffee, methods of making

415
Cæsar's passage of the Thames

407 COMMON SENSE, Solemn Appeal of
Campbell, Mr.on pauperism

152

Truth from
Campaign in Russia, true account of 154

...., Theory of Light, Heat,
Cartwright, Major, his patriotic conduct 176,

and Sound

119
465
Walk to Kew

199
Calculation, extraordinary powers of, in an

on a Primary Agent
American boy

440

of Nature

199
Catastrophe of fishermen

477

, Analysis of the Funds
Carrot wine, method of making 410

of a Bouk Society,
Cinderella versified

234

and of the Powers
City of London, insult on it

266

of Nature

395
Circulating medium, its quantity in Eng-

Walk to Kew

407
land

606

on the Literary Cha.
Chess board for the blind

497

racter and Fund

497
Chelsea buns
407 Critic, anonymous perversions of

9
Chimney pieces or ade from iron 242 Craneology, Gall's system
Chemistry, iis importance to agricol- Crows, highly useful to agriculture

348
577 Creevy, Mr. singular charge against
Clark, Dr, on the weather at Sidmouth Credit, public

600
in 1812

308 Cumberland, meteorology and weather of,
Charles II. on the statue of
31 in 1812

26
CHEMICAL REPORT, 90, 284, 380, 478,

Gon Bell and Lancaster's
571 schools

103
Chinese shop bill translated
521 Cure of the rot in sheep

317
Charles I. gold coins in circulation in the

for indigestion, &c.

410
reign of

218 | Davies, Mr. T. H. on bilious complaints 28
libel on his judges

38 Daily ingress and egress into and from
disinterred at Windsor

344
London

196
Champinions, analysis of

442 Davy, Sir Humphry, his elements of agri-
Chyle, Mr. Brande on

152 cultural chemistry
Christianity inefficacious against war 408 Depreciation of money, its effects 609,bu
Classes of men in society

498 Debt, funded and unlunded, amount
Class:cal education, advantages of

of

454
Clouds, plienomena of
151 Detonating mixture, a new one

473
Climate of Ireland
620 Deaf and durnb boy, phenomena of

441
Code Napoleon, trial by Jury

482 De Luc, Mr. on the various phenomena
history of, by Mr. Bar.

of geology

22, 402, 502
483

in Swita
Comet, elements of, by Mr. SQUIBE

495

zerlant, &c.
COMMERCIAL REPORT, 92, 188, 286, 373, Depositions relative to the Princess of

Wales

250
Compound Interest, ridiculous calcula- D'Israeli, his calainities of authors
tion on

522 DISEASES, REPORT of 89, 197, 284, 371,
Courage, as used in the Romaunz lan.

477, 5'0
guage
218 Diving machine, by Didot

154
Colonial produce exported and imported 572 Dissection, crigin of
Court of one lawyer objected to 508 Dissenters, intolerance among
Court, Nr on the fate of Roentgen 3 | Dianning, extensive, effected by steam en-
Cork-jackets recommended to mariners 510

gines

442
Conner, his original poems

525 Duport, account of
Copy-right, laws regarding
535 Eclipse, great sular, in 1820

4
Curn-laws, report on

572 Edgeworth, Mr. on a critical misrepre.
Coin debased, its effects

318,605 sentation
Cogan, Mr. on Voitaire's criticisms 29 Educatiun, interrogative system of
Comparison of Pope and Dryden

of the poor

185
4 P 2

Education,

577

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relt

316

478, 572

498

331

134

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508

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100

204

104

362

PAGE
Education, reflections on

219 Gold and silver, variations in the value
, popular, neglect of

208 of
Llective franchise, places that have lost Greenwich, its chest

455
their

314 | Grant, Mr. in defence of Dr. Crombie
Election club in Westminster

74 Gregory, Dr. Olin. in reply to Mr. Party
Elizabeth, particulars of the death of

on Bridges
Ellenborough, Lord, his reply in regard Gravitation exploded

to a suspicion of murder expressed by a ........, its effeet on plants S&C
jury

justified

398
Emulation, true impulse of

10 Grenville, Mr, on the supposed invention
Embassy, Russian, to China

154

of Mr. Loeschman
Enfield, Mr. on the claims of a young Gregory, Dr. O. on Dr. Hutton's calcu.
poet

29

lations
Esquire, title of

417 | Guppy, Mrs. her society for servants 230
Exports to India

381 Harley, Earl of Oxford, anecdotes of 512
Executions

80, 62, 176, 178, 464 Handel and Haydn, on the merits of 32
Fauvel, M. on discoveries at Athens 17 Haydn, Memoirs of

3:5
Farey, Mr. on the prizes of the Smithfield Halford, Sir Henry, his narrative of the
club
31 disinterment of Charles I.

345
Fair, on a milk

196 Hamilton, professor, an example of poli-
Faulkner, Mr. on the Margravine of An tical honesty to all other prosessors
spach
300 Heat, Davy's theory of

101
Faiseliood of the Petersburgh gazette de Health, on the means of preserving
tected

165 Henry VIII. and Anne Buileyn, their
Female praching, questioned by Mr. letters

387
Pilgrim

494 Hill, Mr. G. N. on the case of Belling.
defence of
209 ham

113
Fiorin grass, advantages of

474 Highland sword-blades, superiority of
Finance of Great Bri ain

548 Historians, their mischievous principles 40
Fish, true cause of the death of, in frozen Hiding mocey in Ireland

628
ponds
200 Hogg, eulogy on his poems

503
Flindall, Mr. on the fanaticisms of South Hobbs, poetry of
cott, Carpenter, &c.

30 Hudson, Rev. J. on the explosion of the
Fleta, origin of the word

153 Felling Colliery
Fox, C. J. his merit in opposing the war 548 Hutton, his curious calculations

7
Fosbrooke, the Rev. Mr. oo the Town Indigestion, cure of

410
ley Statues

IOI Incidents in and near London 74, 171, 356,
Francis, Sir Philip, his letter about Ju-

362, 455, 549
nius

533 Interrogative system of education, sup-
Freezing, plienoinena of

posed origin of
Franklin, Dr. original letter of

149
France, exposé of its condition

361 | Insanity, pretended specific for
Frederick of Prussia, his character 443 ....., new method of treating
Franking letters, loss to the revenue Inflammation, spontaneous, causes of
from

209 Institute, imperial, transactions of 236, szó,
Frivolity of the English people
403

439
Fumigation, mode of effecting

538 Intelligence, foreign, its dangerous mo.
Fund, new one proposed for literary men 498 nopoly
...., sinking

600 Ireland, account of, by Mr. Wakefield 614
....5, progressive, analysis of

395 | Istria, Duke of, his death and character 453
Gas Light Company, their merit 55; 533 Jennings, Mr. his taste and love of li-
Gas Lights superior to all others

533 berty
Gambit and fou, on

109 Jennings, Mr. on true emulation
Gardel, account of

134

on Davy's theory of
Genesis, composition of the book of

heat

103
Geometry, early English

139 | Junius, the author of, investigated
Genius, its character and powers 498 Jury, Irial by, in France
Geology, phenomena of

22 Justinian Code, its history, &c 205,319, 413,
...... of the British islands

593, 502
Georges, Mademoiselle. account of

137 | Jurymen, lines on
Geognosy, Mr. Longmire's system of 244 Kale, Cæsarian, advantages of its culti-
Germany, books published there

246

vation
Glasses, concave, their bad effects

56 Katharine, St. account of
Gold coins in circulacion in the reign of Kraken, Pontoppidan's account of, traps.
Charles I.

218
slated

110, 505

Lux,

187

503

231

438

114

503

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