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SCOTS MAGAZINE.

MDCCLXXV.

VOL W ME

XXXVII,

Ne quid falfi dicere audeat, ne quid veri non audeata

EDINBURGH:

Printed by A. MURRAY and J. COCHRAN.

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To cach article is annexed the number of ibe page of this volume in wbich it is to be found. 1775.

Jan. A petition from the American congress presented to the King. 18. - rg. 20. American papers laid before Parliament. os 81.

20. A motion by Lord Chatham to remove the forces from Boston. 81, 2. - 31. Pugaticheff, che Ruffian rebel, executed. 46. 104

23. A declaration by the States. General for seizing Moorish hips. 46. Feb. 1, A provisional act for settling the troubles in America, presented to the Lords by

Lord Chacham, but reje&cd. 83. - 2. An address of both Houses presented to the King, to enforce due obedience to

the supreme iegislature. 89.
10. A bill ordered in, to restrain the trade of the New-England colonies. 121.
14. Cardinal Brasci elected Pope, and affumes the name Pius VI. 156.

20. A conciliatory proposal to the Americans. 122. March

A bill ordered in to restrain the trade of New- Jetsoy, Peonsylvania, &c. 7770 26. A second letter by the American congress to the inhabitants of Canada. 421.

30. The royal affent given to the New England restraining bill. 159. April 11. Notice given that

remonstrances from the London livery would not be received on the throne. 119. 13. The royal asient given ro the act to restrain the trade of New Jersey, &c. 220.

19. Hoftilities begun in America. 229. 300.
May S. Gen. Gage deprived by the Massachuset's-bay congress. 307.

2. Ticonderoga and Crown-point surprised by the provincials. 309.
10. Articles of confederation and perpetual union proposed by the American colos"

nies. 665

The Quicen of Denmark died ar Zell. 286.
11. Lewis XVI. King of France, crowned at Rheims. 332.
22. A pastoral letter issued by the synod of New-York and Philadelphia. 417.

The royal assent given to an act for restoring the clan Gregour. 296.
Fene &. The American congress resolve, that the compact between the crown and the

people of Massachuset's-bay is dissolved. 495:
12. A pardon offered to Americans who lay down their arms. 374.

Barqoets of Scotland resolve to re-assume a badge authorised by K. Charles I. 341.
17. A bloody action at Bunker's hill near Boston. 375. 438.
24. An address, petition, and memorial, to the King, Lords, and Commons, of G.

Britain, agreed upon by the representatives of the freeholders of Nova Scotia,

491. 668. July 6. A declaration issued by the American congress in jullification of their taking up

8. A second letter by the American congress to the inhahitants of Britain. 427.
2. The Spaniards make an attempt on Algiers, but are defeated. 453.
11. The province of Gcorgia joins the other colonies. 435.
14. Georgia provincial congress agree op a petition to the King. $49
38. A letter by the American congress to the people of Ireland. 484.
30. Capt. Cook completes his third circumnavigation of the globe. 199.

31. An opinion given by the American congress of the conciliatory propofal. 48%. Aug. 21. The plan of confederation though not at present eligible by the provincial coné

grefs at Hillsborough. 067.
23. A royal proclamation for fupprefling rebellion and sedition iflued.

26. The Massachuset's-bay new formed assembly pass acts. 550.
Sept. 1. A petition from the American congress presented to the King. $49,

- 5. The American congress meets in pursuance of its adjournment. 561. Pa. 3. &c. Destructive forms and inundations both in England and Scotland. 631, 1.3:

18. Fort Chamblee in Capada taken by the provincials. 650, 1.

Falmouth in Casco bay destroyed by a war-thip. 660. 26. The King, in his speech, recommends the most decisive exertions. 563. Nov. 3. Fort St John's taken by the provincials. 052. 13. An act passed by the Massachuset's-bay asembly for fitting out armed ve fels, and

for condemning British Chips taken by them. 663. 119. 14. Destructive storms and inundations in Holland. 616.

Gen. Gage arrives at London from Boston 630. Dec. 22. The royal assent given to an act to prohibit all trade with shirtcen colonies of

America, and to grant pardons, &c. 684.

14.

arms. 423

338

Anglefea.
Hindon.

Plympton.
Visc. Bulkeley (not Cashell) Election declared void, and John Durand, vice P. H. Our-
Bedford town.

no new writ ordered ry, who vacated Pet. dec. in fav. of Sir W.

Honiton.

Richmond. Wake and Mr Whitbrcad J. Baring's pet. withdrawn Charles Dundass, vice Tho. Bodwin.

Itchester.

Dundass, who fits for Stir. Visc. Cranbourn, vice Earl of Candidates, Per. Cult, Will. lingshire Courtown, who vacated in Innes, Rich. Brown, and

Seaford. 1774

Will. Inigo Jones.

None Pet. dec. in fav. of Visc. Gage Berwick.

found duly elected : a new and Mr Medley Jacob Wilkinson 452 election ordered

Shoreham. Hon. Johp Vaughan

St Ives.

James Butler and John Ald. 3. Alex. Campbell 147

Candidates, Ad. Drummond, ridge were also candidates, Boroughbridge Will. Praed, Sam. Stephens, and Mr Butler petitioned William Phillips is returned, and Arth. Holdsworth. Mr

Stockbridge.
vice E. Mallith, who fits for Stephens petitioned : Mr Pet. of John Frolt Widmore
Pontefract
Drummond was found duly

withdrawn
Bristol.
elected; but neither Mr Praed

Surry Pet. dec. in fav. of Meff. Cru- nor Mr Stephens. On a new Sir Jof. Mawbey, vice Sir ger and Burke

writ, Sir Tho. Wynn was Francis Vincent dead Cardigan town. returned

Wendover Th. Johnes, vice Sir R. Smith, Kingston. Petition withdrawn Tho. Dummer, vice J. Bul. found not duly elected Maiden. Petition withdrawn loch, who vacated ; and Carlisle.

Malton.

Henry Drummond, vice Joho Walter Stanbope, vice Fl. Will. Weddell, vice Edm. Adams, who fits for Carmara Norton, who vacated Burke, who Gits for Bristol thea Castlerisirig St Maw's.

Weftloc. Hon. Charles Finch, vice A. Delete Hon.

Thomas Rumbold, vice Ch. Wedderburne, who lits for

Midburt.

Ogilvie, who vacated
Oakhampton
Hon. Henry Seymour Conway

Wigan.
Cheshire.

and Joha ord, vice Meff. John Morton, vice B. HoSam. Egerton not dead Macworth and Gudway, who tham, made a Baron of Es. Cricklade.

fit for Cardiff and Wells chequer S. Peach, and J. Deuar, doub.

Minchead.

Wilton. ret, vice W. Earle d. Thomas Pownal, vice H. F.

Herbert, vice Nich. HerThis declared a void elec. Luttrell, who vacated bert, d. H. Herbert not dead tion, and S. Peach returned

Morpeth.

Winehelsea. again

Fr Eyre's petition withdrawn. William Needham, vice Arn. J. Dewar and S. Petrie peti- Meff. Delme and Byron fit Nesbict, who fits for Crick. tioned

Newport, Corn.

lade
Dor heller.
John Frederick and Richard

Yarmouth, Hamp
Pet. dec. io fav. of Meff. Da- Bull. Mr Morice fits for James Worley, vice E. M.
mer and Ewer
Launcelton

Worley, who vacated
Downton.
Newton, Hamp.

Edinburgh city, Scotl.
Pet. dec. in fav. of Sir Philip For William read Charles Pet. J. F. Erskine withdrawn
Hales and John Cooper

Peterborough.

Dunfermline, Culross, 6c. Euliloe.

Pet. dec. in fav. of M. Wyld. Pet. Sir A. Gilmour withdrawa William Graves, vice Sir Ch. bore

Dyfari, Kirkaldy, &c. . Whitworth, who vacared

Petersfield.

Pet. J. T. Oswald fallen from John Rogers, vice W. Graves, Pet. dec. in fav. of Sir A. Hume Wigton, New Galloway, bc. who likewise vacated and W. Jolliffe

Henry Watkin Dachwood, d.ç.

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General Title-page, the Chronological Series of Events, '&c. before the Magazine for January.

Place the map of thirty miles round Boston, and of the action near Charlestown, 20 fron: p. 440, as stitched,

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