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Printed, by Affignment from the Executors of the late
FOR W. OTRIDGE AND SON; R. FAULDER; J. CUTHELL; R. LEA;
ALLEN, AND CO.; E. JEFFERY; AND
By J. WRIGHT, Denmark-Court, Strand.
HE year of which we treat, notwith
T ftanding the peaceable afpect of the
times, has not been unproductive of events which claim a confiderable degree of attention. Of these, the expulfion of the Jefuits from Spain and Naples is not the least extraordinary, nor likely to be the least confiderable in its confequences. The affairs of Poland have attracted much of the general attention of Europe; and, it is to be hoped, are now settled upon an happy and permanent bafis. The origin of the late difputes, the past and present state of the Diffidents, and many particularities relative to the hif tory and government of that country, which were requifite to be known, to form a proper judgment of those transactions, were but little confidered or understood in this part of the world. We have therefore given our readers all the fatisfaction on those heads, which the materials that we could procure would afford, and the plan of our work allow. The fubject is indeed peculiarly