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and meet the allied armies, 1385. Re-
ceives addresses from the two chambers,
his reply, &c. 1386, 1387. His departure,
1388. His arrival at the army, and pro.
clamation, 1390. His letter to his brother
Joseph, 1391. His address to his soldiers
previous to the engagement at Waterloo,
1411. Attacks and dreadful carnage, 1412.
Orders the chateau at Hougoumont to be
set on fire, 1415. Defeated, 1422. His
flight to Paris, 1425. His arrival, 1428.
Conversation, 1429. Meetings, 1481, 1482.
His abdication, 1486. His son proclaim-
ed as Napoleon II. 1488. His farewell
address to his army, 1498. His surrender
to the English, 1529. Sent to St. Helena,
1532. His conduct there, 1674.
Bonchamp, Marquis de, commander of the
royalists in La Vendée, i, 73.
Bond, Oliver, member of the Irish direc-
tory, i, 156.
Bonneau, General, i. 52, 53.
Bonnier, French deputy to the congress at
Radstadt, i. 149.
Borghetta, battle at, i. 97.
Borgo, General Pozzo di, ii. 1427.
Borodino, battle of, i, 794.
Boros, General, i. 36.
Bouchain threatened, i. 40. Eacmy retreat
to, 47, 48.
Bouillon taken, i. 49.
Boulogne, flotilla at, i. 489.
Bourbon taken by the English, i. 706.
Bouverie, Captain, i. 786.
Bouvet, Rear-admiral, i. 128.
Bowen, Captain, i. 64, 109.
Bowes, Brigadier-general, i. 620.
Bowyer, Rear-admiral, i. 57, ii, 1585.
Boxtel, battle at, and taken, i. 51.
Boyd, General, defeated, ii. 990.
Brabant, Duke of, i. 47.
Breda, taken by the French, i. 80. Sur.
rendered to the allies, 33. Unprotected,
52. Again invested, 53. Unsuccessfully
Brereton, Major, i. 60.
Brescia taken, i. 96. Re-taken, 209.
Brest, naval victory at, i. 57.
Bridport, Lord, i. 138.-Sec Hood.
Brienne, Lomenie de, i. 3. His plan of co-
Brisbane, Lieutenant, i. 110, 563.
Brissot, chief of the Girondist party, i. 18.
llis party obtain the government, 21. Ac.
cused and executed, 38.
Britain, Great, her contest with America, i.
2. Debates in the parliament of, respect-
ing the French Revolution, 24. Ad.
dresses from certain inhabitants of, 26, 34.
Her treaty with Prussia, 26. Flag of,
triumphant, 37. Threatened to be in.
vaded, 337. Naval victories of, 478.
Bonaparte's animosity against, 510.-See
Wellesley and Wellington.
Brittany, insurrection in, i. 34, 77.
Brock, General, ii. 915.
Broglie, Marshal de, Prince of Condé,
obliged to flee, i. 10.
Browne, Major, 1. 86.
Brownrigg, Colonel, i. 225.
Bruce, Major-general, unsuccessful, i.
Bruce, Crawford, arrested on account of
Lavalette's escape, ii. 1699. Examined,
Brueys, Rear-admiral, i. 173.
Bruges surrendered to the French, i. 48.
Bruille, camp of, i. 34.
Brumpt, the Frencb beaten at, i. 45.
Brun, M. le, minister for foreign affairs,
i. 21, 38.
Brun, Cape, i, 43, 44.
Brune, General, commands the Dutch forces,
i. 221. His address on the occasion, 222.
His address to the Dutch, 224. Promot.
Brunn taken by the French, i. 466.
Brunswick, Duke of, generalissimo of the
combined army, i. 17. His manifestoes,
18. His conference with the French ge-
nerals, 37. His reply to the memorial of
Dumouriez, 45. Action at Permasens,
ibid. Resigos the command, 54, ii. 1473.
Brunswick, the, i. 57.
Brussels, court of, declares war against
France, i. 47. Taken by the French
(1792), 51; again (1794), 78.
Bryce, Colonel, i. 327.
Buck, Major, ii. 1165.
Buckeridge, Lieutenant-colonel, i. 61.
Buenos-Ayres captured, i. 533. Expedi-
tion to, 560.
Buern, i. 54.
Bunbury, Colonel, i. 662.
Burdett, Sir Francis, ii. 1273.
Burgh, Major-general de, slightly wouuded,
i, 52, 53.
Burke, Right Hon. Edmund, rails against
the French revolution, i. 25, 29.' Me.
moir of, 533.
Burke, Lieutenant, i. 63.
Burrard, Major-general, i. 22).
Sir H. i. 620.
Busaco, battle of, i. 706.
Buxhorden, General, i. 466.
Byng, Major.general, ii. 1407.
CADIZ bombarded by the English ficet,
(1797), i. 127 ; again (1800), 292.
Cadogno, action at, i. 98.
Caernarvon, Earl of, i. 301.
Cæsar's camp, i. 48.
Cagliari attacked by the French, i. 46.
Cainin, battle of, i. 117.
Cairo, possessed by the French, i. 171.
Insurrection at, 184. Evacuated and re-
taken, 198.' Surrendered to the Anglo-
Turkish army, 200.
Caldiero, battle of, i. 470.
Calonne, ministry of, i. 3.
Calsberg, the residence of, taken by Gene.
ral Custine, i, 32.
Calvi attacked by the English, i, 354. Sur-
Cambaceres, consul, i. 255. Arch-chancel-
lor, 438, ii. 1358.
Cambray, summoned by the allies, i, 36.
Threatened, 40, Taken, 48.
Cambronne, General, ii, 1281.
Cameron, Colonel, ii, 1395.
Campbell, Major-general, i, 112, ii. 1271.'
Colonel, ii. 1181.
Captain, i. 291, ii. 1327. '
Camperdown, action off, i. 124.
Campo Formio, treaty of, i. 123.
Major, siege of, i. 737.
Camus, a member of the constituent assem-
bly, arrested, i. 33.
Canada taken, ii. 1165. Operations at,
Camping, Colonel, ii, 1427."
Cantons, the, of the Swiss, ii. 1073.
Cape of Good Hope, taken by the English,
Caprara, Cardinal, i. 439.
Capua surrendered to the French by an obo
noxious armistice, 182. "Agaio surred
Carysfort, Lord, i. 304,
Carlesberg, i. 55.
Carlisle, i. 241.
Carnot, defends the king's authority, i. 18.
Reads a bombastic report, 51. Chosen as
# member, 69. Minister at war, 273.
Opposes the emperorship of Bonaparte,
434. Obtains the title of county ii, 1282.
Caro, Don Vintura, i. 46.
Carrascosa, General, ii. 1326.
Carrier, a commissioner, i. 55.
Cartaux, General, defeats the insurgents at
Lyons, i. 42. Takes Marseilles, 44. Ad.
vances against the English at Toulot,
Casa Bianca, General, ii, 1316.
Cassano, battle of, i. 209.
Duke of, i. 213.
Cassel delivered up, i. 36.
Castellegos, battle of, i. 731.
Castelnuovo, battle of, 1, 504.
Castiglione, battle of, i. 98.
Castlebar, action at, i. 152.
Castlereagh, Lord, 247, ii. 1295.
Catalonia, army of, i. 46. The French de-
feated at, 737.
Cateau, i. 48.
Cathcart, Lord, Major-geueral, i. 54, 566.
Mr. i, 346.
Catherine II. of Russia, her conduct on
the overthrow of monarchy in France, i.
36. Her death, 177.
Çatineau, a chief among the royalists in La
Vendée, i. 44.
Cattaro, the French disappointed of, i. 504.
Cavan, Earl of, i. 320.
Causse, General, i. 91.
Cawdor, Lord, i. 129.
Cenis, Mount, possessed by the French, i. 55.
Cerasco, treaty of, i. 98.
Cervera, its university surrendered, i. 764.
Cerroni, General, i. 91,
Ceva, Piedmontese camp at, taken by the
French, i. 94.
Chamberri surrendered to the French, i. 98.
Champagny, i. 592.
Championnet, General, i, 181. Obtains posu
session of Capua, 182. His intrigues,
183. Capture of Naples, ibid. His pro-
clamation, 184. Renders Naples a re-
public, ibid. Is suspended by Scherer,
216. His death, 217.
Champmorin, General, takes two forts, and
is obliged to evacuate them, i. 31. Ob.
taios Capua by an armistice, 182.
Champy, jnnior, member of the l'rench In-
stitute in Egypt, i. 199.
Chapman, Captain, i. 706.
Chappe, M. his invention, i. 50.
Chapuy, Lieutenant-general, i. 48.
Charette, a gallaot royalist in La Vendeé, i.
71. Signs a treaty with the republicans,
74. His embarrassments, 75. Taken and
executed, 80, 81.
Charleroi taken by the French, i. 49. Battle
of, ii. 1392.
Charles, Archduke, his gallantry, i. 102.
Succeeds General Alvinzy, 116. His re-
ply to Bonaparte's'letter, 119. His suc-
Charles III. of Spain, i. 6.
IV. i. 591.
VII. reign of, i. l.
XIII. ii. 1121.
Prince of Hesse, i. 305.
Charlotte, Princess, interesting particulars
of, ii, 1149.
Charlotte, Princess, her marriage to the
Prince of Saxe-Coburg, ii. 1711.
the Royal, i, 57.
Chartres, Duke of, i. 39
Chatham, Earl of, i. 690.
Cbatillon, an insurgent chief, i. 46. Seized
Chauvelin, M. minister plenipotentiary
from France, i. 27. Ordered to quit
England, ibid. Remarks on, 242.
Chebreisse, action at, i. 171.
Chigny, corrupt ministry of, i. 2.
Chollet, or Collet, battle at, between the
royalists and the republicans, i. 46.
Taken and abandoned by the royalists,
Chouans, the, i. 259.
Christian, Prince, i. 47. Declared king,
ii. 1087. His illness and resignation, 1119.
-, Rear-admiral Sir Hugh, i. 111.
Christie, Lieutenant, i. 351.
Christophe, General, i. 563. ii, 1145.
Churchill, Lieutenant-colonel i. 48.
Ciudad Rodrigo, siege of, i. 705. Siege
raised, 765. Taken by storm, 771.
Cintra, convention of, i. 622.
Cirillo, Dominico, a republican at Naples,
bis execution, i, 184.
Cisalpine Republic established, i. 277.
Clairfayt, Field-marshal, repulses the
French, i. 31, 35, 40. Defeated, 48, 49,
50. Succeeds as cominander-in-chief, 51.
Clarke, Lieutenant-colonel, wounded, i. 52.
Mr. waylaid in Dublin, i. 410.
General, ii. 1248.
Claviere, minister of finance, dismissed, i.
17. Arrested, 38.
Clausel, General, ii. 1521.
Cleves surrendered to the French, i. 509.
Clinch, Father, an Irish rebel, i. 151.
Clinton, Col, i, 315.
Sir H. Lieut.-gen, ii. 1407.
Close, Lieutenant-colonel, i. 60.
Coa, Upper, action at, i, 737.
Cobentzel, Count, minister to the Emperor
of the Romans, i, 16, 300.
Coblentz occupied by the Prussians, i. 208.
D'Alcudia, major in the Walloon guards,
Dalesme, General, ii, 1070.
Dallemagne, General, i. 94.
Dalrymple, Sir Hngb, i. 603.
Damas, General, i. 252, 480.
legion of, i. 52.
Dampierre, General, i. 31, 33. Succeeds
Dumouriez as commander-in-cbief, 34.
His death, 35.
Dance, Captain, i, 448.
D'André, M. director-general, ii. 1358.
D'Angouleme, Duke, obliged to surrender,
Duchess, her spirited con-
duct, ii. 1288.
Danton, founder of the Cordeliers and mi-
nister of justice, active in the insurrection
of August 10, i. 19, 38. Assists in ano-
ther revolution, 65.
Dantzic, siege of, 541. Surrendered, 516.
Danube crossed by Moreau, i. 281.
D'Arçon, General, i. 30.
Dardanelles, fruitless expedition to, i.
D'Arnault ordered to leave Lisbon, i. 36.
Davidawich, General, i, 101, 279.
Davoust, General, 1. 438, ii, 1394.
D'Argentau, Count Mercy, i. 34.
D'Autichamp, Marquis, opposes the repob-
licans, i. 31. Heads the royalists in La
Dearboro, General, bis retreat, ii. 957.
His capture of York, 961.
Debates in the British parliament respecting
the French revolution, i. 25.
Debry, French deputy to the congress at
Radstadt, i. 205.
Declaration of rights, i. 11. Of war be
tween France and Great Britain, 28.
From Dumouriez to Holland, 30. Fron
the court of London, 38. Of war between
England and France, 392. Of the allied
powers, 861. By the prince-regedt, ii.
895, 948. Of the congress of Vienna
Declay, commandant of Cambray, i. 40.
De Clerc, Colonel, i, 30.
De Crancé, Dubois, engineer, killed, i. SI.
Decrees, imposing an oath on sbe clergy, i,
12. Respecting the einigrants, &c. 14,
16, 17, 21, 27. Against the royalists, 46,
Obtained by Robespierre, 50, 561, 698,
ii. 895, 1285, 1288.
De Flers, General, his ill-success, i. 31, 33.
Dego, actions at, i. 91.
De Kluppell, i. 430.
De la Fotle, M. i.37.
Delancy, Colonel, ii, 1426.
De Lavalette, General, ii. 1391.
De Launy, governor of the Bastile, mør.
dered, i. 10.
D'Elbee, a chief of the royalists in La
Vendée, i, 55.
De Losine, major of the Bastile, put to
War with, 565. Origin of the war, ii.
De Peregord, Count, i. 237.
De Polduc, grand-master of Malta, i. 162.
De Polpy, Count, i. 269.
Deppen, battle of, i. 538.
De Provente, Count, his decree in favor of
Louis XVIII, ii. 997, 1215.
De Provera, Count, i. 90.
De Puisaye commands an English expedi-
tion, i, 79.
D'Enloch d'Hindebaneti, Baron, commander
of the Swiss forces, i. 150.
D'Erton, Count, ii. 1413.
De Rocbambeau, Marsbal, i. 53.
De Rochefoucault, Cardinal, murdered, i.20.
De Roy, General, i. 460.
De Ryland, Count, governor of Breda,
destitute of military skill, i. 30.
Dessaix, General, i. 104, 272.
De Sambreuil, Count, i. 79.
Deseze pleads the cause of the king, i. 23.
Desforets, General, wounded in the head,
Desjardins, a Jacobin deputy, i. 33.
De Talmont, Prince, a Vendean chief, i. 73.
De Vaublanc, M. ii. 1607.
De Vaux, Colonel, i. 49.
Philip, aide-de-camp, enters Bree
da with a menace, i. 30.
Devay, General, i. 103.
Devilliers, General, ii. 1655.
Deux Ponts, regiment of, i.32. Post of, 55.
De Wimpffen, Felix, his defence of Thion-
ville, i. 274.
De Winter, Admiral, i. 225.
De Wurmb, Colonel,'i. 40.
D'Hauterive, a chief in La Vendée, i. 72.
D'Hompech, Count Ferdinand, grand mas-
ter of Malta, i. 161. His letter relative
to the surrender of Malta, 162.
Dick, Lieutenant, i. 351.
Dickens, Lieutenant-colonel, i. 563.
Dickson, Admiral, i. 340.
Diephaltz, General, i. 417.
Dijon, army of reserve formed at, in 1800,
Dilkes, Captain, i. Ul.
Dillon, Lieutenant-general, Arthur, ade
heres to La Fayette against the national
assembly, and is sent with reinforcements
to Galbaud, i. 20. Succeeded in his com-
mand by Valence, 31.
Dillon, Major-general Theobald, murdered,
Dillon, regiment of, i. 37.
Dixon, Captain, i. 446..
D'Jezzar, Achmet Pacha el, governor of
Syria, i. 190. Collects an army against
the French, ibid. Receives a letter from
Bonaparte, 191.-See Acre.
Docktorow, General, i. 475.
Dominica, insurrection in, (1795) i. 76.
Donnellan, Colonel C. i. 663.
Doroberg, . Major-general, ii. 1408, 1426.
Dort surrendered to Pichegru, i. 54.
Douay, i. 48.
Doveton, Major, i. 227.
D'Oubril, M. i. 440.
Douglas, Colonel, ii. 1395.
Dowdall, i. 406.
Doyle, Lieutenant-colonel, i. 320.
an Irish rebel captain, i. 408.
D'Oyley, Sir Francis, ii, 1428.
Doyley, Major-general, i, 224.
Drake, Mr. British ambassador at Genoa,
Dresden, battle of, i. 817.
Dressa, battle of, i. 791.
Drummond, Mr. i. 306.
Enniscorthy (Ireland), attack on by rebels,
General, ii, 1165. Defeats the i, 150.
Erbacb, Lieutenant-general, i. 36.
Drutin, i. 52.
Erfurth, meeting of Alexander and Boną.
Ducos accused and executed, i. 38.
parte at, i. 623.
Duckworth, Captain, J. T. his victory, Erie, Fort, battle near, ii, 1181,
Erskine, Siv James, i. 241.
Dudredcht occupied by the French, i. 54.
Sir William, retreats with ability,
Dúff, General, i. 488.
i, 40. Commands a column, 47.
Dugommier, General, i. 43.
Espallata, Count, patriotism of, i. 589.
Dugoa, General, i. 171.
Essen, Major-general, i. 224.
Dubesme, General, i, 614.
Esteroff, Colonel, ii. 1408.
Duhoux, a chief of the Vendéan royalists, Ettingen, battle at, i. 103.
Excelmans, General, ii. 1358.
Dumanoir, Admiral, i, 489.
Exmouth, Lord, ii. 1714.
Dumas, General, i. 55.
Expeditions, i, 46, 50, 63, 77, 125, 179,
Dumonceau, General, i. 223, 460.
190, 219, 323, 559, 690, 704, ii. 1173.
Dumouriez, General, succeeds M. de Les Eylau, battle of, i, 539.
sart, i. 16. Resigns, 17. Nominated FAMARS, Feld-Zeugmeister, i. 34, 35. His
commander-in-chief, 20. His inilitary plan adopted, 36.
genius and victory, 21. Addresses and Famars, skirmishes at, i, 48.
declarations to Holland, 30. Arrests and Faran, i. 42, 43.
reproaches his deserters, 32. Disliked Fauchet, accused and executed, i. 38.
by the army, and treated as a rebel, 33. Faulknor, Captain, gallant exploit of, i. 60.
Attempts in vain to seize the military Action and death of, 83.
chest, 34. His flight, ibid. Succeeded Fayard, M. defends Bonaparte's being em-
by Dampierre, ibid.
peror, i. 435.
Duncan, Admiral Lord, i. 109. His victory · Fayette, Marquis de la, i. 2, 16. A friend
off Camperdown, 124. Expedition against to royalty, 11. Perceives the advances
of the enemy, 18. Arrested and impri-
Duncan, Major, i. 108.
sobed, 20. Attempts to escape, ibid. Re.
Dundas, Major, i. 40, 44, 48, 54.
taken, ibid. Heroic affection of his wife,
Duodie Khan, i. 563.
Dunkirk, siege of, by the Duke of York, Feld-Kerch kept by the Austria.s, i. 204.
Ferdinand IV.-See Naples, Sicilies, &c.
Dunvilion, General, i. 55.
Archduke, i. 461.
Duphot, General, assassinated, i. 148.
VII. i. 584. His journey to, and
Dupas, General, i. 466.
Jetention at, Bayonne, 591. His condi-
Duroc, General, i. 466.
tional renunciation, 593, 604. Joins the
Dusseldorff taken by the French, i. 76. allied powers, ii. 1375.
Dntch, the, i. 47, 52. Addressed by the Fergusson, Major-general, i. 620, 622.
Prince of Orange and General Brune, Ferinot, General, i. 103.
Ferrand, General, promoted, i. 33.
Dwyer, Sir Thomas, i. $29.
Ferrier, Colonel, ii, 1427.
East Indies.-See Indies and Tippoc. Ferris, Captain, i. 348. .
Eckelsbeck, post of, seized, i. 40.
Festival at Cairo, i. 185.
Edikhoffen, battle of, i. b5.
Feuillants, society of, i. 16.
Egalite, Lieutenant-general, i. 162.
Finch, Brigadier-general, i. 61, 319.
Egypt, invasion of, by the French, i. 161. Fiorella, Gegeral, i. 91.
Acconnt of, 165. (For Battles, &c. see Fisher, Lieutenant-colonel, i. 62.
the names of the places.--State of, after Fishguard (fsland), a French force lands at,
the assassination of Kleber, 316. Expul.
sion of the Frencb from, 392.
Fitzgerald, Lord Robert, i, 31.
El-Arisch blockaded by the French, and
Colonel, ji. 1428.
surrendered, i. 191. Taken by the Turk. Fitzwilliam, Earl, i. 152.
ish army, 232. Treaty of, 234. Its exe Flanders.--- See Netherlands.
cution prevented, ibid.
battle of, i. 50.
Elba, island of, i. 297. Bonaparte sent Fletcher, Judge, ii. 1155.
there by the allied powers, ii. 1001. His Fleuriot, a Vendéan chief, i. 73.
arrival, and address to the inhabitants of, Fleurus, battle of, i. 49.
1070. Description of, 1231. Bonaparte's Florence seized by the French (1799), i.
escape from, 1235.
157. Again (1800), 274.
Elgin, Lord, i. 319.
Fontenay-le-Peuple seized by the Ven-
Elizabeth, Princess, accompanies the king déans, i. 72.
and queen in their flight, i. 13. Adheres Ford, Commodore, i. 37.
to her brother during his danger, 17. Is Foster, Major, i. 480.
abused for the queen, ibid. Sent to pri. Fouché, letters from, ii, 1236.
son, &c. 65.
Fouquier Tairville, i. 68.
Elliot, Sir Gilbert, i. 43, 104.
Fourmont, an insurgent chief, i. 257.
Elnitz, General, i. 269.
Fox, Major-general, i. 49, 52, 244, 503.
Elphinstone, Vice-admiral Sir G. K. cap. , Hon. C, J. i. 25, 27, 28, 133. His
tures the Dutch feet, i. 86, 110.--See death, 532.
France, despotism in, i. I. Gives her as.
Elphinstone, Captain, i. 42, 43.
sistance to America against Great Britain,
Emigrants, proclaimed traitors, i. 45. Their 2. Outrages in, 12. Her dangers 18.
gallantry, zeal, embarrassments, &c. 46. Her arms triumphant, 21. Decrees war
Observations on, ii, 1221.
with Great Britain, 27. Temporary tri.
Emmet, Robert, i, 158, 405.
umphs, 30. Ill success of, 31. War de-
England. See Britain, Great,
elased against by the states of the empire,
32. A net Jeague formed against, 36.
Distracted state of, 38. Armics of, de.
feated, 40, 43. Successes of, 44. Opera-
tions against, 47. Successes, 49, 50, 52,
Her policy and designs, 159. Miserable
state of, 551. Motives of Lord Welling-
ton for invading it, 856. Invaded by the
allies, 870. Monarchy restored, 874.
Provisional government, ii. 996. Decree
of Monsieur, 997. Liberty of the press
curtailed, 1045, 1057. Formation of
clubs in, 1222. Correspondence with
Elba, 1232. Return of Bonaparte, 1258.
Battle of Waterloo, 1412. Monarchy
Friedland, battle of, i. 553.
Francfort, declaration of the allies address-
ed to, i. 861.
Francis 11. i. 16. His manifesto against
France, 38. Makes peace with France,
686. Enraged with his son-in-law, 840.-
Francis, Archduke, his flight, i. 755.
Frazer, Colonel, i. 446, 634.
Frederick-William II. King of Prussia, i.
34, 86, 55, 506. His gallantry and ill
success, 516. Refuses to ratify the armis.
tice, 521. Joins the Emperor of Russia,
819. His proclamation, ii. 1878.
Prederick Ill. his.proclamation, ii. 1336.
Freemantle, Captain, i. 109, 128.
Freibourgh carried, i. 102.
French Flanders, i. 34.
Frere, General, i. 615.
Freron, a member of the convention, i. 44.
Fressinet, General, ii. 1358.
Freytag, Field-marshal, defeats the French,
i. 40. Wounded, ibid.
Frimont, General, ii. 1617.
Frobich, General, i. 103.
Frost, Citizen John, i. 26.
Frotté, Louis, a chief of the royalists in
Lower Normandy, i. 259. His summary
trial and execution, 260.
Fuente Guinaldo, battle of, i. 766.
Furnes taken by the Frencb, i. 40.
Furstenberg, Prince of, i. 103.
GAETA taken by the Freocb, i. 502.
Gahn, General, defeated, ii. 1115.
Gaillard, M. ii. 1357.
Galbaud, General, i. 20.
Gambier, Admiral, i. 567.
Gantheaume, Admiral, returns without ef.
fecting a landing in Egypt, i. 175. His
boasted preparations, 290. His ill suc-
Gardaone, General, i. 269.
Captain, A. H. i. 110
Gazau, General, i. 268.
Gelder Malsel, i. 54.
Gedet, Freoch ambassador at Russia, dis.
missed by the empress, i. 37.
Geneva, i, 38.
Genoa, its neutrality violated, i, 37. At-
tacked by the Frencb, 123. Siege of, by
the allies, 267. Bombardment of, by tbe
English, 268. 'Evacuated by the English,
271. Annexed to France, 456. Appexed
to the dominions of the King of Sardinia,
Gensonneé, a member of the Girondists,
accused and executed, i. 38.
Gentili, General, i. 108.
George 111. King of England, i. 36. His
declaration against France, i. 41. lo-
disposition of, 304, 709. His proclama-
tion issued in France, 726.
George, Captain, i. 285.
Georges Cadoudal, a royalist, i. 424.
Germany subjected, i. 506.
Hamilton, Lady, i. 293.
Germers en submitted to the French,
Sir Charles, i. 291.
Sir E. i. 350.
Gertruydenberg attacked by General D'Ar. Hammersteip, General, i, 417.
çon and taken, i. 30. Given up to the Hanover, elector of, i. 37. Seized by the
Prussians, 305. Attacked by the Freacb,
Gelte, the, i. 32.
417. Occupied by the Prussians, 505.
Ghazah, or Gaza, arrival of the French Erected into a kingdom, ii, 1138,
army at, i. 172.
Hanoverians, i. 47, 52, 54.
Ghent, surrender of, i. 21. Protected, 48. Harcourt, Lieutenant-general, i. 47, 48.
Retreat to, 49. Negotiations at, ii, 1183. Hardenberg, Baron, i. 456.
Gibraltar, Little, i. 42.
llardy, Captain, i. 488.
Gigny, General, i. 480.
Harper, Captain, i. 786.
Gilly, General, ii. 1290.
Harris, Major-general, i. 227.
Girard, General, ii. 1401, 1420.
Harvey, Captaio, J. his death, i, 57,
Girondists, the, overthrown, i. 38.
Major, i. 650.
Givet, defeat of the republicans at, i. 46. Haugwitz, Count, i. 304.
Godoy, Don Manuel, i. 590.
Hautpoult, General, i. 460,
Gobier, i. 233.
Hawkesbury, Lord, i. 357.
Gold, Captain, i. 81.
Hawtayne, Captain, i. 748.
Gomm, Lieutenant-colonel, i. 60.
Haynau, brilliant affair at, i. 839.
Goodall, Rear-admiral, i. 42.
Helder, See Holland.
Gordon, Captain, ii. 1170.
lleligpoliş, battle of, i, 187.
Lieutenant-colonel sir Charles, Helpe, i. 47.
Helvoetsluys occupied by the French, i.
Goree, capture of, 446.
Gotzenhoven seized by General Dumouriez, Henriot, commander of the natiopal-guard,
and a man of infampas character, 1. 38.
Gower, Captain, i. 350.
Gradiska captured, i. 117.
Henry, Captain, ii. 897.
Graham, Colonel, i. 64.
Herbois, Collei de, noves for the abolition
General, his important victory, of royally, i. 21, 38. Accused, 69.
Herman, Generl, i. 223. Taken prisoner,
Grand Pré contended for and surrendered 224.
to the Austrians, i, 20.
Hero, the, burnt, i. 44.
Grant, Captain, i. 64.
Hervé taken by the French, i. 51.
Governor, i. 350.
Hervey, Lord, i. 37.
Major-general, Sir C. ii. 1408, 1426. Hesse Cassel, Landgrave of, i. 21, 36.
Grave iovested by the French, i. 59. Taken, Treaty of peace witb France, 306. Oc.
cupation of, and expulsion of the elector,
Graves, Vice-admiral, i, 57.
Gravina, Rear-admiral, i, 42, 43, 488. Hessians, i. 47.
Great Britain. --See Britain.
Heuile, i. 48.
Greaves, Admiral, i. 840.
Damstadt, Landgrave of, i. 37.
Green, Sir Charles, i. 447.
Prince Christian of, i. 47.
Gregoire, member of the constituent as Hielsberg, battle of, i, 552.
sembly, i. 26.
Hieres, bay of, i. 44.
Grenada, capture of, by the French, i. 84.
island of, i. 41,
Grenier, Geveral, i. 283.
Hill, Lord, ii. 1025. Killed, 1426.
Grenville, Lord, refuses to acknowledge Major-general, i. 650, 765.
M. Chauveline in bis diplomatic capacity,
Sir Rowland, i. 776.
i, 27. His answer to Talleyrand's letter, Hobart, Lord, i.85.
237. A second reply, 240.
Hoche, General, appointed to the army of
Grey, General Sir Charles, i. 40, 61.
the Rhine and Moselle, i. 40. Operations,
Griffith, Admiral, ii. 1175.
41. Sent against the Vendéan royalists
Gross-Gorcben, action at, i. 837.
77. His conduct, 78. Appointed to the
Grouchy, Marshal, ii, 1401.
command of the armies of the coasts of
Guadaloupe captured by the French, i. 64. Brest and Cherbourg, 79. Opposes the
Surrendered to the English, i, 708.
emigrants at Quiberon, 80. Compels
Guidat, General, i. 260.
them to surrender, ibid. Nominated to
Goieux, General, i. 91.
the command of an expedition agaiost
Guildhall, London, the royal visitors en. Ireland, 109. Crosses the Rhine, 121.
tertained at, ii. 1030—1032.
Hoff, battle of, i. 539.
Guiscard, Mareschal-de-camp, killed, i. 82. Hohenlinden, battle of, i. 283. Convention
Guntzburgh, action at, i. 460.
of, i. 298.
Gummorsheim possessed by the French, i, Hoheploe, Princes of, i, 55, 104.
Hohenzollern, General, i. 215.
Hague, the, occupied by the French, i. 54. Holland, the inhabitants of, addressed by
Haguenau surrendered to the allies, i. 45. Fumouriez, i. 30. Preparations for the
Retaken by the French, ibid.
invasion of, 31. Arrival of the English
Halberstadt, operations near, i. 840.
in, ibid. Forces of, 34. Treaty, with
Halkett, Colonel, ii, 1407.
England, 47. Attacked by Picbegre,
Halsted, Captain, i. 350.
51. Conquest of, 53. Emancipation of,
Hambert, General of brigade, condemne :: 856. All she places belonging to, de
to death, i. 45.
livered up, ii. 1077.
Hamburgh seized by the Danes, i. 305, Holloway, Cielonel, i. 831.
Entered by the Russians, 822. The Frencb Hollowell, Captain, i. 351.
defeated at, 839. Evacuated by the French, Holstein, Lieutenant, i. 758.
Holt, an Irish rebel, i. 131.
Home, Colonel, ii. 1411.
Hompech, Major-general.-See D'Hom-
Hondschoote, defeat of the French at, i. 40.
Hood, Admiral, Sir Alexander.--See Brid-
Hood, Captain, i. 128, 348.
Commodore Samuel, i. 447.
Lord, enters the Mediterranean, i.
37. His declaration, &c. 38. His pre-
parations, operations, &c. 41, 42. The
enemy driven from their works, 44. At-
tempt to burn the French ships of war,
&c. ibid. Expedition against Corsica,
59. Various attacks, ibid.
Hope, Brigadier-general, i. 111, 332.
Major, i. 52, 331, 332,
Hotham, Captain, i. 786.
Vice-admiral, proceeds in search
of the French fleet, i. 81. Captures, 82.
Hotze, General, i, 103. His death, 217.
Houchard, Colonel, appointed to the com.
mand of the army of the north, i. 36.
Arrested and executed, 40.
Hoydaville, General, i. 256.
Hougoumont, attack on, ii, 1411. Second
Howteur de Reinier, i. 43.
Howe, Lord, his victory in the channel,
i, 56, 57.
Huesden abandoned by the Austrians, i. 54.
Hughes, Brigadier-general, i. 448.
Victor, arrives at Guadaloupe, i.
67. His operations, 68.
Hull;. Brigadier-general, ii. 914.
Humbert, General, lands with a French force
in Ireland, i. 158. Discomfiture and
surrender, 159. Wounded at the battle
of Zurich, 205,
Huningen taken by the Austrians, i. 463.
Hutchinson, Major-general, i. 327. Succeeds
to the command in Egypt, on the death of
Sir R. Abercroinby, 330. Expulsion of
the French, 336.
Hutchinson, John, arrested, ii. 1699. Ex-
Hutt, Captain, bis death, i. 57.
Hyder Ally, i. 226.
ILLER, General, wounded, i. 32.
Indies, East, British flag triumphant in, i.
37. Transactions in, 363.
West, i. 37, 60, 83., Attacked by
the English (1803), 416.
Invincibles, the, overcome and beaten, i.
Ireland, fruitless expedition against, by the
French, i, 108, Projects of a rebel di-
rectory, 153.-See Tone. Attacks, 154.
Execution of some of the rebels, 158,
410. Several of the chiefs pardoped, ibid.
Landing of some of the French at Killala
Bity, ibid. --See Humbert. Surrender ot
the invaders, 159. Union with England,
247. Murtial-law proclaimed in, 342.
Italiski. - See Suwarrow.
Italy, frontiers of, i. 46. Campaigns in,
JACKSON, apprehension and sudden death of,
Jacobin, i. 57.
Jacobins, society of the, and sanguinary
character, i, 16. Their pompous orations,
18. Their violent measures, 19. Depu.
ties from the society of the, 33.
Jatra taken by the French, and the garrison
massacred, i. 170. Poisoning the sick at,
Jamaica, craelties of the Maroon war in,
Jaquelin la Roche, killed, i, 46.
Jaudershauffeo, i. 46.
Jeremie, i. 37.
Jervis, Sir John, bis expedition to Marti.
nico, i. 37.-See St. Vincent, Lord. Ac-
tion off Cape St. Vincent, i. 61.
John, Archduke, i, 281, 283, 463.
Johnston, Major-general, ii. 1407.
Josephine married to Bonaparte, i. 88.
Divorced, 697. Her death, ii. 1071,
Jones, Captain R. i. 346.
Jossey, Captain, i. 112.
Joubert, General, appointed to the com-
mand of the ariny of Italy, i. 203. His
Jourdan, General, his operations, captures,
&c. i. 49, 51. Crosses the Rhine, 76.
Appointed to the command of the army
of the Danube, 101. Battles, 102, 107.
Crosses the Rhine again, 203, His re-
Juliers, i. 51.
Junot, General, i, 576.
KAISERSLAUTERN taken by the French, i,
45. The French defeated at, 54.
Kalkreuth, Lieutenant-general, i. 47. De-
Kamenskoy, General, i. 474, 521.
Kaunitz, Count, i. 47, 48, 49.
Kayserlauteru attacked, i. 76.
Kearns, an Irish priest, i. 154.
Keates, Captain, i. 349, 704.
Kehl, Fori, attacked by the Austrians, i.
106. Surrendered, 107.
Keith, Lord.-See Elphinstone, Vice-ad-
miral, Sir G. K. Siege of Genoa, i. 268.
Attempt on Cadiz, 292. Sails with the
expedition for Egypt, 319. Arrival
Keller, General, i. 34.
Kellermann, General, assumes the command
of the army of Moselle, and effects a junc-
tion with Dumouriez, i. 21. Appointed
to the command of the armies of the Alps
and Italy, 156. Promoted, 438.
Kellmanzig, Major-general, ii. 1407.
Kelly, Major, ii. 1419.
Keough, a rebel chief of Ireland, i. 411.
Kieomeyer, General, i. 471.
Killala Bay, (Ireland), a French force
lands at, i. 158.
King of France. See Louis.
Kilwarden, Lord, murdered in Dublin, i.411.
Kleber, General, i, 51. Takes Maestricht,
52. His victory and defeat, 102. Suc-
ceeds to the command of the French army
in Egypt, 248. His indignatiou at Bona-
parte's departure, 249. Negotiations, trea-
ties, &c. 250, 251. His assassination, 252.
Klenau, Count, i. 215.
Klundert surrendered to the French, i. 30.
Fortifications of, destroyed, 31.
Knobelsdorff, General, i. 34, 35, 510.
Kmx, Major general, i. 225.
Kehler, Major, i, 317.
Koller, General, ii. 1357.
Kollowrath, General, i. 474.
Koutousoff, General, i. 473
Konigstein, surrendered to the Prussiams,
Korsakow, or Gorsakow, Prince, i. 217.
Kray, General, i, 40, 102, 105, 277.
Kreutznach, i. 32.
Kruse, General, ii, 1426.
Kutusoff, Count, i. 31).
LABEDOYERE, Colonel, treason of, ii. 1239,
1422. Trial and execution of, 1655,
Labrador, i, 592.
Lacaze accused, i. 38.
Lacroix, i. 65.
L'Ecuyer, provost, i. 33.
Lacy, Captain, i. 331.
La Fayette.-See Fayette.
Laforey, Admiral Sir John, i. 37, 111.
Laharpe, Colonel, i. 90.
Lajollais arrested, i. 425.
Lake, Major-general, i. 39.
La Loire, insurrection in, i. 34.
La Mancha, patriotism of, i. 733.
Lamarche, General, i. 32. Succeeds Dam-
pierre, 35. His operations and ill-suc-
Lambert, Sir J. ii, 1407.
Lambrisart, i. 49.
Lameth, Alexander, i. 18.
Lamour, Captain, i. 293.
Landau invested by the allies, i. 45.
Landen, plain of, entered by General La.
marche, i. 32.
Landrecies, action at, i. 47. Surrendered
to the allies, 48. Re-captured by the
La Haye Saint stormed, ii, 1412.
Lannoy evacuated, i. 48.
Lanoue, Lieutenant-general, obliged to re-
treat, i. 31. Apprehensive of defeats,
and resigns, 35.
Lanusse, General, i. 326.
La Petite Garenne, i. 42.
Lapoype, General, i, 43.
La Romana, Marquis, i. 618.
La Roche Jacquelin, a chief of the Vendean
insurgents, i. 46.
La Roche, General, i. 102.
Lasnes, General, i. 273, 438.
Latona, the, i. 56.
Latouche Treville, Admiral, i. 338.
Lavalette, Count, trial of, ii. 1686. Sen-
tenced to death, 1690. His escape, 1691.
Observations thereon, 1698.
La Vendée, royalists of, i. 44, 45. War in,
55, 70, 74, 77, 81.
Lavergne, governor of Longwy, executed,
Lavis, battle of, i. 117.
Laurie, Sir Robert, i. 48, 481.
Lauter, i. 45, 55.
Lawford, Commodore, i. 295.
Lazzaroni of Naples, their zeal in defence
of royalty, i. 183. Their sudden change
in favor of republicanism, 184.
Leake, Captain, i. 337.
League formed against France, i. 36, 47.
Leaw, i. 32.
Le Bas shoots himself, i. 67.
Leck, the, i. 54.
Lecourbe, General, i. 278.
Ledwick, an Irish rebel, i. 410.
Leers, village of, taken, i, 49.
Lefebvre, Marshal, i. 547. His treason, ii.
Lefferink's Hook, bridge of, seized, i, 40.
Legendre, a butcher by trade and nature,
Leghora seized by the French, (1796), i. 96;
again, (1799), 210 ; again, (1800), 275.
Legion of Honor instituted, i. 373. Con-
tinued, ij. 1058.
Le Grand, General, i. 460.
Leipsic, victories at, by the allies, i. 849,
Leith, Sir James, ii. 1585.
Le Jermagnan, Colonel, killed, i. 44.
Lemaire, General, i. 53.
Leoben, treaty of, i. 180.
Leopold, Emperor of Germany, i. 13. ini-
mical to the revolution of Fraoce, 15. His
Lepeaux, i. 231.
Lequinio, M. i. 33.
Les Gaux, i. 42.