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1797. -NEGOTIATIONS at Lisle.—Unsuccessful.-Distress arising from the want
of specie and failure of banks.—Warm debates relative to this subject.
Mutinies in the fleet.-Naval victories.-Happy change of circumstances. 1798. Insurrections in different parts of Ireland.–United Irishmen.-Lord Corni
wallis appointed lord lieutenant.–State of Ireland.- Invasion of it by the
French.-Measures for national defence.---Negotiations with foreign states. 1799.—Union of Ireland brought forward. --Debates on it.—Expedition to Holland. 1800.--Merits of the negotiation with France discussed.-Great Britain aids the
emperor with money.--Expedition against Holland discussed.--Suspension of
negotiation with France.-Expedients adopted to remedy the dearth. 1801. -Debates in parliament on thc merits of the contest with Denmark.
Change of ministry.-Negotiations with Denmark.—Expedition to the Baltic.
the war compared with that of other kingdoms.
1799.--INVASIOy of Holland by the English and Russians.--See England.
1797. ---STATE of the kingdom.-- Events of the campaign in Italy.-Transactions with
the pope and hard conditions of peace imposed on him.—Events of the cam.
power.-- Banishment of their adversaries.
1800. -First consul's politic measures.--Affairs of the royalists.- Negotiations with
England. His object in them.-Effects of the emperor Paul's defection.-
dered.-Succeeded by Menou.
-Expedition to Egypt.--Events of the campaign there.--Death of Aber-
powers.--Measures respecting a church establishment.
1 99.-Proceedings of the Germanic body respecting the war.
1798. Frederic William adheres to the system of neutrality.