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• fecond invafion . . .
in Alfred the Great's
Preface to the Second Part ... 85
Invafien of Ireland by James II.
. and artcmpt at an invafion of Eng-
land, in his favour, by Lewis XIV.
Second attempt of Lewis XIV. to
invade England ......
Third attempt at 'invafion from
France, in 1715; from Sweden
in 1717; from Spam, in 1718;
and of a confpiracy to promote an
infurreition and invafion, in 1722 6»
Of the projected invafion in 1•'43,
by France ... ..... gg
Of the rebellion in 1745, and the
menaced invafions of France in
1755. '756, and 1759 • • . 7l
Of the threatened invafions in 1779
and 1782, by France and Spain . 70
An attempt to invade Ireland, by
the French, in 1796 . . . . 81
Defcent on the coatt of Wales, by
the French, in 1 79rf . . g,
Abbe Depufs's head mangier!, while
Mr. Langoiran's head cut off, and"
carned through a mob and ten
thoufand foldiers ... ;i.
The wonderful courage of'Mr. Chal
Three hundred priefts deliberately
ThTe cr"ej, murdc:r of the P'rincefs '''
The Countefs of Perpignan, "her
Philip cut off the heads of his father and mother, for an offering to the
Jacobin club 92
Catrier feized his fon,bccanfe he was
a prieft, and had him beheaded . 93 Magnanimity of M. Pacquol 94
The butcherings at Lyons — D'Hereois, the comedian's cruelties to M. Lauras, before his wife and ten children—T,wo men guillotined, while their wives were tied to the pofts of the guillotine, and their blood fprinkled over them 95
Madam Cocher, big with-child, guillotined, becaufe Ore aided her hulband's efcape—Maupetit buried up to the neck, and his head mafhed to pieces by fmail cannon-balls — to pity was to \iKfofpcftsd ib.
Cruelty inflifted on thw cruel Robefpieire 96
Herriot's eye torn out at the place of execution, to divnt the mob ib.
Mock guillotines fufpended at the necks of infants ib.
A boy of ten years of age had his mother guillotined for being religious!' 97
Oath of the company of cut-throats! 98
Drownings and republican mairiages on board of lighters! .... 99
Cairier's cruelties to the women . .ib.
— guillotined children of 13
year's old—he fhot a woman be-
Tinard's cruelty to women and child-
Five beautiful Frenchwomen cwifli
ed and fhot by negroes . . . 103 Forty women thrown /rcon a cliff
head-long into the fea . . . . 104 'Four hundred children foot and .
One waterman' drowned upwards of feven hundred perfons in a few
Ninety priefts, befides women withchild, and young children, fhot or
•ned ........ IOJ
boafted that he had helped
Goullin tics one hundred and fifty together, two and two, and drowns them
.A number of women with fucking childrenat their breafls,drowned
Three hundred children dying in prifon
The executioner was Co fhocked at being obliged to guillotine fix young ladies, that he died in a few days , . . .
-Lambertye gave a dinner on board of one of the lighters where the drpwnings were, that coft 1600!. fterling
Five hundred drowned, and the mode
The mode of fhooting, and -old clothes-men bargaining with.the foldiers for the clothes vyhilc the viftims were alive
Revolutionary orders and decrees
All the «'eideclaredy«/pfS«/pCTfons
Bachelier's bloody and curious reafons for murdering all the people of property . .
Cairier fitting in a coach, enjoying the fpe&acle of twenty perfons being guillotined, whom he had condemned . , . .' . .. ..
Defcription of a dungeon—women and children murdeic'd—300 men drowned—a youth beheaded two .girls with a fabre
Cairier threatened to guillotine any perfon who fliould fhow any fign of pili!
Charafter of Marat
;—'•—- Charlotte Corde . .
Thirty women's bodies expofeil naked
A child dancing and fing'.ng in the midfi of the murders , . . .
O'Sullivan's cruelties . . . . .
Drinking.human. blopd,,a. decided proof of patiiutifm . - - .' '.
Four children tied tothe fu,ur pofts of the guillotine, while'the blood of their parents ftreamed on their heads
Deron having a pocket-full of hnman «vs — General Duquefuoy murdered infants, at the bicaft, and afterwards attempted to violate their mothers
Women hig with-child, and ivomcn.
delivered in the lighters, all
A woman taken in child-birth when going to be drowned, the child torn from her, carried on a bayonet, and thrown into the river . 128
A deputy, or member of the Frureh parliament, ripped open the wombs of mothers, and tore out the embryo, to deck the point of a pike ib.
Marketer's draught on the treafury for payment . . .- . .. . . 130
Canier applauded by the convention for inventing the quick mode of difp^tcning fuch numbers of \vomon and children, \yhich, the convention fiu^d, did honour to his country 131
The rcafons hffigned for the .cruelty of the French * ib.
Mr. Pitt's gold properly ridiculed 1^3
The courage of Chevalier Manduit, when he was going to be cut in pieces
Three millions of police-butchers
The hair and ear* of women cut off, and they, mounted on afles, led about the ftrects naked . . . 147
Heroifm of CantabeL for his religion 148
A fon cut off the heads of his father and mother, and carried the heads to his club in triumph—children beat their parents, Sec ib.
Affecting fcvnc between an aged clergyman and his congregation ib.
The foldiers of liberty, after violating a woman, tore on' her brtafts—the goddefs ot Reafon—the Republican Calendar the work of a writer of farces 150
Portrait of the bloody conftituent nffcmbly 151
Fioe reflection on the ultimate nailery and death of the athcilt Condorcet, and the other leaders of athcifm and anarchy .... 15.1
The bloody profligacy of the French Republic 15 3
Cowardly political projectors fly from every country to America 155
Peter Porcupine's reflections on American Newfpapers . . . . ib.
ief, but clear picture of the change . Thirty-efght hour's agony of M.
of moral condudt ..... 138 -Jourgniac
Lady-and gentleman burnt at their country houfe, by the cut-throats ib.
The butchei ing philofophers, part of their fyftcm . 139
Rondeau's philofophy in thieving 140
Voltaire's fine defcription of Rouffeau's philofophy—now the philofophy of France 141
Merchants, bankers^ and farmers, arrefted, thcirpropcrty confiscated, and many of themfelves guillotined 143
A worthy magiftrate of St. Denys cruelty butchered, becaufe he would not, at his own expence, lower the price of biead . . . 144
The plunderers' and murderers mode of gutting houfes, &c. their treatment of the nuns, and their facri
St. Mcard, in the abbey 156
The maffacrci these 157
Some very fublime fcenes of magnanimous dillrcfs .."... 158
Ruminating whether' to hold the hands over the head, in the moment of being put to death by the fabres i en
Two diftrefliog fcenes of fuicide and madncfs ifo
Generous traits of a foldicr . . . 161.
Dreadful defeription of the Abbey Tribunal Ig,
German peafants rife upon the French troops in Suahia, owing to their cruelties and extortions . . . ififi
French troops rifle a German convent and town, and declare every one a confpirator who refufes to ftrip off his fhirt to the foldiers of liberty ig^
They pillage the furrounding country, and violate all the females, in the moll brutal manner . . . i6>
Courage of a German woman, in dc
fence of her virtue—more of the French brutalities
They rob a lhop, and commit various murders and violations . . .
Ingratitude of fome French prifoners
Strip the country-people of thoes, ftockings, and clothes, as they were coming into market—and make the tradefpeople work hard without the leail recompence .
Deftroying the bread, violating the women, and leaving them with the moft loathfome difeafes . .
General Taureau no fooner declared that he came to give the inhabitants of Markdorf liberty and equality, than he robbed and plundered both rich and poor
Ten French foldiers violated one woman, in the prefence of her hufband, befides their officer—although fhe was on the point of being taken in labour . . . .
Taureau threatened to murder all the magiftrates of Meeriburg—his rapacity
The French ravilh all the women in the village of Bremen, in fight of •••iieir relatives
V ''ate and abufe wom»n till they died
Murder a whole village . . . .
Open the graves and coffins, in fearch of plunder
Women upwards of feventy, women big with child, and girls of thirteen years old, violated . . .
General Duhcm's rapacity . .
More outrages on the -women and girls—and their thefts and robberies
The fandnefs of the French foldiery
to plunder thtyioor, and commit every brutality upon the women . i8j General Taureau lamented that he bad ever behaved with humanity — friars and nuns tied face to face, and flrong emeties given them, to
• amufe the foldiers of liberty . . 184 Shocking picture of the right bank of
the Rhine, drawn 'up by the inhabitants, and prefented to General Bournonville ..... . . 185
Melancholy picture of Holland, Auftrian Netherlands, &c. . . 186
- --- of Italy, Ve
nice, Spain, and Switzerland . . 187
The French mode of revolutionizing Switzerland ....'... 188
Braveiy of the Swifa, and their deteftation of the French .... 189
The French troops plunder the poor as well as the rich of Berne, and the neighbouring country . . . 190
They ravilh and maffacre the Swifs women . . ....... igi
Deftruction of Swifs freedom — fine picture of the French DirectorySwitzerland deftroyed by French. intrigue, by which it was difunited ......... itli
Thcplunderingdemand of the French to the Genevefe, in order to give them liberty and equality! . . 193
Intrigues of the French to deftroy the Genevefe; a painted lejfoa to the people of Great Bntaio . . .194
The arts of the French to give Berne thzfratetna/ hug ..... 195
Revolutionary judicature .... 196
Sums levied by the French over all the countries which they have 'hugged ......... 197
An axidrefi to the female kx. . . . 201