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“浙 江 体 彩6加1开 奖 结 果 查 询”TheconfederatesendeavouredtokeeptheirplansprofoundlysecrettilltheywerereadytoburstatonceonthedevotedKingofPrussia;butFrederickwasthelastmanalivetobetakenbysurprise.Thesecretwassoonbetrayedtohim,and,atoncewaivinghisdislikeoftheKingofEngland,heconcludedaconventionwithhiminJanuary,1756,andboundhimself,duringthedisturbancesinAmerica,nottoallowanyforeigntroopstopassthroughanypartofGermanytothosecolonies,wherehecouldpreventit.Havinghistreasurywellsupplied,heputhisarmyinorder,andinAugustofthatyearsentaperemptorydemandtoViennaastothedesignsofAustria,stating,atthesametime,thathewouldnotacceptanyevasivereply;butthereplybeingevasive,heatoncerushedintoSaxonyattheheadofsixtythousandmen,blockadedtheKingofSaxonyinPirna,andsecuredthequeeninDresden.BythisdecisiveactionFrederickcommencedwhattheGermansstyle"TheSevenYears'War."InthepalaceofDresdenFrederickmadehimselfmasterofthesecretcorrespondenceandtreatieswithFrance,Russia,andAustria,detailingalltheirdesigns,whichheimmediatelypublished,andthusfullyjustifiedhisproceedingstotheworld.

ThesuccesswithCrickladeencouragedWilliamPitttobringforwardamotionforageneralreformofParliament.Thishedidonthe7thofMay,andwassecondedbyWilkes'soldally,AldermanSawbridge.PittdidnotventuretotalkofaBill,butonlytoproposeaCommitteetoconsiderthesubject.Thiswasgranted;butitwassoonapparentthatnothingwouldbedone.TheMinisterswereatvarianceonthesubject—somewentonelength,andsomeanother;manyofthemwereasdeterminedagainstallParliamentaryreformasanyTories.Rockingham,thePrimeMinister,especially,heldmuchboroughinfluence.Hewasutterlyopposed,insecret,toallsuchreforms.PitthimselfwouldhearnothingofrepealingtheSeptennialAct;buthewasforsweepingawayrottenboroughsandtransferringtheirvotestothecounties;hewentforequalisingthewholerepresentation,fordestroyingtheinfluenceoftheTreasuryandthehereditaryrightassumedbythearistocracy,and,bydisfranchisingtherottenboroughs,forsweepingtheHouseofthecreaturesoftheIndiaHouse.HewaszealouslysupportedbyFox,Sheridan,SirGeorgeSavile;andtheDukeofRichmond,intheLords,warmlycommendedthemovement;butthemotionhadthefatethatmighthavebeenexpected—itwasnegatived,thoughonlybytwentyvotes.

Thepoint,however,whichexcitedthemostindignationwasthatregardingGibraltar.TherewasastrongfeelinginthepublicmindthattheGovernmentwaswillingtogiveupthisfortresstoSpain.TheSpanishGovernmentwasextremelyurgentonthesubject,declaringthattherecouldbenopeace,notrucewithEngland,untilitwassurrendered.ItwasrecollectedbytheEnglishpublicthatStanhopehadactuallyofferedtogiveitup,anditwasnotknownwhetheranyequivalentexceptthesigningoftheQuadrupleAlliancehadbeendemanded.TheOppositionintheHouseofLordsmoved,"ThateffectualcarebetakeninanytreatythattheKingofSpaindorenounceallclaimstoGibraltarandMinorcainplainandstrongterms."TheMinisters,however,carriedamoremoderateresolution—"ThattheHousereliesonhisMajestyforpreservinghisundoubtedrighttoGibraltarandMinorca."AsimilardiscussionwithasimilarresulttookplaceintheCommons.TheGovernmentsawplainlythatnothingwouldinducetheBritishpeopletorelinquishthisimportantstation.

"Theprosperousstateoftherevenue,theincreaseddemandforlabour,andthegeneralimprovementwhichhastakenplaceintheinternalconditionofthecountryarestrongtestimoniesinfavourofthecourseyouhavepursued.InthemeantimetheChartistshadmadetheirpreparations.ThemembersoftheNationalConventionmetearlyinthemorningatitshallinJohnStreet,FitzroySquare,andafterthisthememberstooktheirplacesinagreatcar,whichhadbeenpreparedtoconveythemtotheCommon.ItwassolargethatthewholeConventionandallthereporterswhoattendeditfoundeasyaccommodation—Mr.FeargusO'ConnorandMr.ErnestJonessittinginthefrontrank.Itwasdrawnbysixfinehorses.Anothercardrawnbyfourhorsescontainedthemonsterpetition,withitsenormousrollsofsignatures.BannerswithChartistmottoesanddevicesfloatedovertheseimposingvehicles.TheConventionthusdriveninstatepasseddownHolborn,overBlackfriarsBridge,andontotheCommon,attendedby1,700Chartists,marchinginprocession.Thiswasonlyonedetachment;othershadstartedfromFinsburySquare,RussellSquare,ClerkenwellGreen,andWhitechapel.ThelargestbodyhadmusteredintheEast,andpassedoverLondonBridge,numberingabout6,000.TheyallarrivedattheCommonaboutteno'clock,whereconsiderablenumbershadpreviouslyassembled;sotheCommonappearedcoveredwithhumanbeings.Inallmonstermeetingstherearethewidestpossibledifferencesintheestimatesofthenumbers.Inthiscasetheyweresetdownvariouslyat15,000,20,000,50,000,andeven150,000.Perhaps30,000wastherealnumberpresent.

"Suchmodificationtoincludetheadmission,atanominalduty,ofIndiancornandofBritishcolonialcorn."TheBattleofRosbachraisedthefameofFrederickwonderfullyalloverEurope.Hesoonrousedhimself,however,forfreshefforts.WhilsthehadbeenthusengagedontheSaale,theAustrianshadagainoverrunSilesia,defeatingthePrussiansundertheDukeofBevern,stormingthegreatfortressofSchweidnitz,andmakingthemselvesmastersofBreslau,thecapital.Inspiteofhisreducednumbersandtheadvancingwinter,FrederickimmediatelydirectedhismarchtowardsSilesia,gatheringreinforcementsashewent,sothatbythe5thofDecember,justonemonthfromtheBattleofRosbach,hecameupwithPrinceCharlesofLorraineandMarshalDaunatLissa,asmallvillagenearBreslau,andwithfortythousandmenencounteredanddefeatednearlyseventythousandAustrians,killingandwoundingtwenty-seventhousandofthem,takingabovefiftystandards,onehundredcannon,fourthousandwaggons,andmuchotherspoil.ThisbattleatoncefreedSilesiafromtheAustrians,whotroopedoverthemountainsinallhaste,andleftthevictoriouskingtoclosethisunexampledcampaign.

ThetermswhichJunotrequiredwerethattheFrenchshouldnotbeconsideredasprisonersofwar,butshouldbeconveyedtoFrancebysea,withalltheirbaggage;thatnothingshouldbedetained.Thesewould,infact,haveallowed[561]themtocarryoffalltheplunderofchurchesandhouses,andtothisSirArthurobjected.HesaidthatsomemeansmustbefoundtomaketheFrenchdisgorgethechurchplate.ButtheConventionwassigned,subjecttotheconsentoftheBritishadmiral,SirCharlesCotton,aconditionofimportance,seeingthatJunothadstipulatedthattheRussianfleetintheTagus,commandedbyAdmiralSiniavin,shouldnotbemolestedorstoppedwhenitwishedtogoaway.AdmiralCottonobjectedtotheseterms,anditwasagreedthattheRussianfleetshouldbemadeovertoBritaintillsixmonthsaftertheconclusionofageneralpeace.CommissionerswereappointedtoexaminetheFrenchspoil,whorecoveredthepropertyoftheMuseumandRoyalLibrary,andsomeofthechurchplate;buttheFrenchwereallowedtocarryofffartoomuchoftheirbooty.ThedefinitivetreatywassignedatCintraonthe30thofAugust,muchtothedisgustofSirArthurWellesley,who,however,signeditasamatterofform.HethenwrotetoLordCastlereagh,tosaythathedesiredtoquitthearmy;thatmatterswerenotprospering,andthathehadbeentoosuccessfultoallowhimtoserveinitinanysubordinatesituation.Indeed,hesawthat,lefttohimself,hecouldcarryvictorywiththeBritishstandard,butthatitwasimpossibletodoanygoodunderincompetentmen.

Mr.MannersSuttonwasagainchosenSpeakeroftheHouseofCommons,havingalreadypresidedoverfoursuccessiveParliaments,occupyingaperiodoffourteenyears,duringwhichheperformedtheonerousdutiesofhishighpositiontothesatisfactionofallparties.Aweekwasoccupiedintheswearing-inofmembers.Allthepreliminaryformalitieshavingbeengonethrough,theParliamentwasopenedbythekinginpersononthe2ndofNovember.TheRoyalSpeech,whichwasofunusuallength,excitedthedeepestinterest,andwaslistenedtowithbreathlessattentionandintenseanxiety.TheconcludingparagraphoftheSpeech,whileexpressingthestrongestconfidenceintheloyaltyofthepeople,intimatedthedeterminationoftheGovernmenttoresistParliamentaryReform.ThisattitudewasregardedasadefiancetotheOpposition;anditrousedintoexcitementthespiritofhostility,whichmighthavebeendisarmedbyatoneofconciliation,andbyadispositiontomakemoderateconcessions.Nothing,therefore,couldhavebeenmorefavourabletotheaimsoftheWhigleadersthanthecoursetakenbytheAdministration;andiftheywantedanexcuseforbreakingforthintoopenwar,itwassuppliedbytheimprudentspeechoftheDukeofWellington.TheRoyalSpeech,indeed,suggestedrevolutionarytopicstotheReformers,byitsallusiontoContinentalpolitics.ThekingobservedthattheelderbranchoftheHouseofBourbonnolongerreignedinFrance,andthattheDukeofOrleanshadbeencalledtothethrone.ThestateofaffairsintheLowCountries—namely,theseparationofBelgiumfromHolland—wasviewedwithdeepregret;and"hisMajestylamentedthattheenlightenedadministrationoftheKingoftheNetherlands"shouldnothavepreservedhisdominionsfromrevolt;statingthathewasendeavouring,inconcertwithhisallies,todevisesuchmeansofrestoringtranquillityasmightbecompatiblewiththewelfareandgoodgovernmentoftheNetherlands,andwiththefuturesecurityofotherStates.

ThediscontentsoccasionedbytheSouthSeaschemeanditsissuehadcausedtheJacobitestoconceivefreshhopesofsuccess,andtheirspiritswerestillmoreelevatedbythebirthofasontothePretender.ThebusinessofthisfactionwasconductedinEnglandbyajuntoorcouncil,amongstthechiefmembersofwhichweretheEarlsofArranandOrrery,LordsNorthandGower,andtheBishopofRochester.LordOxfordhadbeeninvitedtoputhimselfattheheadofthiscounciloffive,buteverythingofadecidednaturewasoutofhischaracter.Hecontinuedtocorrespondwiththeleadersofthefaction,buthedeclinedputtinghimselftooforward.Infact,hishabitualirresolutionwasnowdoubledbyadvancing[50]infirmities,andhediedthreeyearsafterwards.Thoughseveralofthejuntoweremenofparliamentary,andNorthofmilitaryexperience,Atterburywastheundoubtedheadofit.TheperiodofconfusioncreatedbytheSouthSeaagitationwasfirstpitchedonforanewattempt,thenthatofthegeneralelection,whichhadtakenplaceinMarch,and,finally,itwasdeferredtillthekingshouldhavegonetoHanover,accordingtohiscustom,inthesummer.ThecourseofbusinesswassuddenlyinterruptedbytheunexpecteddeathofPelham,thePrimeMinister,in1754.Pelhamwasbutsixtyyearsofage,ofafloridandapparentlyhealthyappearance,butatonceindolentandtoofondofthetable.Hehadbeencompelledtoseeksea-bathingatScarborough,andonthe7thofJanuarywrotetohisbrother,theDukeofNewcastle,sayingthatheneverwasbetter;butonthe3rdofMarchhewastakenill,andonthe6thwasacorpse.Thekingwasstartledathisdeath,forhismoderationandquietmanagementhadlongheldtogetherveryjarringelementsintheMinistry."NowIshallhavenomorepeace!"exclaimedGeorge,onhearingthenewsofhisdecease,andhewasonlytoocorrectinhisprognostic.Pelhamwasarespectableratherthanagreatminister.Hisabilitieswerebynomeansshining,butexperiencehadmadehimagoodmanofbusiness.Waldegravegavehimcreditforbeing"afrugalstewardofthepublic,aversetoContinentalextravagancesanduselesssubsidies;"andyetneverweremoreofeachperpetratedthanduringhisadministration.Hehadthemerit,whichhehadacquiredintheschoolofWalpole,ofpreferringpeacetowar;andHoraceWalpoleadmitsthat"helivedwithoutabusinghispower,anddiedpoor."

ButDeTollywasonlyremainingtodefendthetownwhilsttheinhabitantscarriedoffwiththemtheirmovableproperty.WhilstonthesideofSmolensk,whenBuonapartearrived,allwassilent,andthefieldswereempty,ontheothersideitwasonevastcrowdofpeoplemovingawaywiththeireffects.BuonapartehopedthattheRussianswoulddeploybeforethegates,andgivehimbattle;buttheydidnothingofthesort,andhedeterminedtostormtheplace.Itswallswereoldbutverythick,anditmightholdoutsometime,andtheassaultmustcostmanylives;butBuonapartedeterminedtomakeit.TheFrench,however,learnedthattheRussianswerealreadyinretreat;andMuratobservedthattowastetheseliveswasworsethanuseless,asthecitywouldbetheirswithoutablowimmediately.BuonaparterepliedinaninsultingmannertoMurat,andorderedtheassaultthenextmorning.Onthis,Murat,driventofury,spurredhishorsetothebanksoftheDnieper,inthefaceoftheenemy,betweenbatteries,andstoodthereasvoluntarilycourtingdeath.Belliardcalledouttohimnottosacrificehimself—heonlypushedonstillnearertothefireoftheRussianguns,andwasforcedfromthescenebythesoldiers.Thestormingcommenced,andTollydefendedtheplacevigorously,killingfourorfivethousandoftheFrenchastheyadvancedtotheattack.

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    TheexampleofOxford,whomadeanattemptonthelifeoftheQueen,wasfollowedbyanothercrazyyouth,namedFrancis,excitedbyasimilarmorbidpassionfornotoriety.Onthe29thofMay,1842,theQueenandPrinceAlbertwerereturningtoBuckinghamPalacedownConstitutionHillinabaroucheandfour,whenamanwhohadbeenleaningagainstthewallofthepalacegardenwentuptothecarriage,drewapistolfromhispocket,andfiredattheQueen.HerMajestywasuntouched,andseemedunawareofthedanger.TheassassinwasobservedbyPrinceAlbert,andpointedoutbyhimtooneoftheoutriders,whodismountedtopursuehim;buthehadbeenatoncearrestedbyotherpersons.Thecarriage,whichwasdrivingatarapidpace,nosoonerarrivedatthepalace,thanamessengerwassenttotheDuchessofKenttoannouncetheQueen'sdangerandhersafety.Theprisoner,John[491]Francis,thesonofamachinistorstagecarpenteratCoventGardenTheatre,havingbeentwiceexaminedbythePrivyCouncil,wascommittedtoNewgatefortrialattheCentralCriminalCourtonachargeofshootingattheQueenwithaloadedpistol.Hewasonlytwentyyearsofage.ThetrialofFrancistookplaceonthe17thofJune,beforeChiefJusticeTindal,BaronGurney,andJusticePatteson.TheprincipalwitnesswasColonelArbuthnot,oneoftheequerrieswhowasridingclosetotheQueenwhentheshotwasfired,andcriedouttoapoliceman,"Securehim!"whichwasdone.ColonelWylde,anotherequerry,withseveralotherwitnesses,corroboratedthetestimonyofColonelArbuthnot;anditappearedthatFrancishadonthepreviousdaypointedapistolattheQueen,thoughhedidnotfire.Forthedefenceitwasallegedthattheattemptwastheresultofdistress,andthattheprisonerhadnodesigntoinjuretheQueen.Thejuryretired,andinabouthalfanhourreturnedintocourtwithaverdictof"Guilty,"findingthatthepistolwasloadedwithsomedestructivesubstance,besidesthewaddingandpowder.ChiefJusticeTindalimmediatelypronouncedsentenceofdeathforhightreason,thatheshouldbehanged,beheaded,anddividedintofourquarters.Thesentencewascommutedtotransportationforlife.

     NapoleonBuonaparte,whohadappearedsoanxiousforpeacewithBritain,was,intruth,greatlyrejoicedattherejectionofhisproposals,foritfurnishedhimwiththepleaswhichhedesired,forthestillmoreextendedschemesofmilitaryambitionthatheentertained.HeissuedaproclamationcomplainingoftheobstinatehostilityofBritain,andcalledonthepeopletofurnishmenandarmstoconquerpeacebyforce.HavingplacedMoreauattheheadofthearmyontheRhine,BuonapartepreparedforhisfavouriteprojectofreconqueringItaly.HehadjudgedrightinsendingMoreautoGermany,whotookcaretopreventtheAustriansfromsendingreinforcementstoItalytoincreaseBuonaparte'sdifficulties;andanothercircumstance,mostauspicioustotheChiefConsul,wasthefactthatPaulofRussia,offendedattheAustriansfornotbettersupportinghisgenerals,KorsakoffandSuvaroff,hadwithdrawnhisarmyfromthecampaign.TheAustrians,underMélas,inthenorthofItaly,amountedtoonehundredandfortythousandmen.TheyhadspentthewinterontheplainsofPiedmont,andcontemplated,inthespring,reducingGenoa,byassistancefromtheBritishfleet,andthen,penetratingintoProvence,tojointheRoyaliststhere,readytotakearmsunderGeneralsWillotandPichegru.Massena,freedbytheretreatoftheRussiansfromhisconfinementatZurich,lay,withanarmyoffortythousand,betweenGenoaandtheVar;buthistroopshadsufferedgreatdistressfromwantofprovisions,andwholeregimentshadabandonedtheirposts,and,withdrumsbeatingandcoloursflying,hadmarchedbackintoFrance.Buonapartefirstarrestedtheirdesertionbyseveralstirringappealstothesoldiers,andthenpreparedtomarchwithastrongarmyofreservethroughtheAlps,andtotakeMélasunexpectedlyintherear.ToeffectthisitwasnecessarytodeceivetheAustriansastohisintentions;andforthispurposeheassembledapretendedarmyofreserveatDijon,asifmeaningtoobstructthemarchoftheAustrianssouthward.Tofavourthedelusion,BuonapartewenttoDijon,andreviewedthepretendedarmyofreservewithmuchdisplay,hethengotquietlyawaytoLausanne,andpushedacrosstheGreatSt.Bernard,amidstincredibledifficulties.

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