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--Russia -- Sweden --Turkey- Italy— Piedmont-Holland -Switzerland
French armies take the field-Their numbers---Numbers of the allies—Invasion
of Flanders-Ease with which it was repelled—Effect of the defeat in Paris
Alliance of the European powers against France-Their want of union-Insubor.
dination of the French troopsFrench Finances—Commencement of the
Kingdom of Poland-Primitive and savage character of the former government
-Clergy–Nobility--Peasantry-Power of the King-John Sobieski-
CONSOLIDATION OF THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT: CAMPAIGN OF 1795.
Parties in Paris after the fall of Robespierre-fumane measures of the Conven-
tion-Club of La Jeunesse Dorée--Repeal of the Revolutionary laws, and
impeachment of the Jacobin leaders-Insurrection of the Fauxbourgs-
Affairs in England—Suspension of specie payments in Great Britain-Limita.
tion of the Bill decreeing the suspension-Supplies for the year-Con-
Preparations of Austria—of Russia-of Great Britain-French forces-Jourdan
opens the campaign–His defeats-Impolitic measures of the Aulic Coun.
FROM THE REVOLUTION OF SEPTEMBER 3RD, TO THE CAMPAIGN OF 1800.
Progress of the Revolution in France-Elections—Conspiracy of Siêyes–Napo-
leon abandons his army in Egypt-His return to France- His residence in
Difficulties between Great Britain and Denmark-British fleet proceeds to Co.
penhagen-Treaty with Denmark—Arbitrary measures of Russia-Mari.