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CO N T E N T S.
HISTORY OF THE WAR.
CH A P. I.
Death of the empress Elizabeth of Ruffia. Her character. State of the
Causes of the revolution in Rusia. Czar irritates the clergy and soldiery.
Differences with the czarina. Conspiracy against him. Czar deposed by
CH A P. V.
Some account of the murder of Anne Naylor, by Sarah Metyard, and her daugh-
S T A T D P A P E R S.
Translation of a second memoriel of the ambasador of Spain, and of the
minisler plenipotentiary of France, delivered to M. da Cunha the 1st of
Tranjlation of a third memorial presented !0 the secretary of state, Don Lewis
The empress's manifesto, giving an account of her motives for taking the reins
The answer given by the French court to the declaration.
Declaration, hgned at Fontainbleau, the 3d of November, 1762, by the
The definitive treaty of peace between the empress-queen, and the king of
Papers relating to the recovery of St. John's in Newfoundland from the
of the family at Wattisham, which has lately been aflicted with
of a remarkable mummy.