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Situation of the French Nntion and Government, and Views of the Diree-
tory.--Difficulties to le encountered ly France at tul Close of 1795.-
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seven to twenty-eight Millions sterling.- Debates concerning the
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tion by Mr. Grey, in the House of Commons, for an inquiry into the
-Motion for Documents on these Subjects by Mr. Sheridan.- De-
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keep alive the Martial Spirit of the French Natio;2.- And to extend
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Address of the Directory to the French Armies.-Determination to carry
the War into Italy.- Difficulties to le encountered in carrying this Plan
makes rapid Progress in Italy.-The Austrians, under General Beau.
-General Beaulieu re-crosses the Po, for covering the Countries to the
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Italian Mols excited against the French.-Suppressed ly a Terror of the
into the Tyrolese. The Siege of Mantua resumed.-Marsh-1 W'armur,
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Campaign in Germany. - Opposite Designs of the French and Austrians.
Successes of the French.—They invest Ehrenbritsiein.-Driven back, by
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State of Parties in France.--A Revival of the Reign of Terror threatened in
the Sutera Departments by Freron.-The Directory deseri and oppose
Arrangements respecting the Estates of Emigrants.--Influence of the non-