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AFTERTHEPAINTINGBYSIRDAVIDWILKIE,R.A.,INTHEROYALCOLLECTION.Clive,ayoungclerkoftheCompany's,atMadras,haddesertedhisdesk,takenacommission,and,asearlyas1748,haddistinguishedhimselfbybafflingtheFrenchcommandersDupleixandBussy,atPondicherry.In1751hehadtakenArcotfromChundaSahib,theViceroyoftheCarnatic,and,aidedbytheMahrattas,defeatedRajahSahib,thesonofChunda,inasplendidvictoryatArnee.In1752heraisedthesiegeofTrichinopoly,wheretheNabobofArcotwasbesiegedbytheFrench.In1755,landingatBombayfromEngland,he,withAdmiralWatson,madeanexpeditiontoGheriah,thestrongholdofthecelebratedpirateAngria,demolishedit,andseizedthespoils,valuedatonehundredandtwentythousandpounds.In1757hetookCalcuttafromtheNabobSurajahDowlah,theallyoftheFrench,whohadcapturedit,andshutuptheEnglishprisonersinthememorableBlackHole,where,inonenight(June20,1756),outofonehundredandforty-sixpersons,onehundredandtwenty-threeperished.ClivealsocapturedthecityofHooghly,defeatedDowlah,andcompelledhimtocedethetownandvicinity.HethendrovetheFrenchfromtheirfactoryofChandernagore;marchedforwardonMoorshedabad,defeatedSurajahDowlahinabattleextraordinaryfortheroutofanimmensearmybyamerehandfulofmen,atPlassey(1757);deposedhim,andseatedonhisthroneMeerJaffier.FromthisdaydatesBritishsupremacyinIndia.

CAPTAINWALPOLEINTERCEPTINGTHEDUKEOFSALDANHA'SSHIPS.(Seep.306.)

Thiscoalitionwasconsideredamatterofgreatimportance,notasgivingstrengthtotheAdministrationofLordLiverpool,towhichitbroughtonlyafewvotesintheHouseofCommons,butasindicatingaradicalchangeofpolicytowardsIreland.LordEldonwasbynomeanssatisfiedwiththechanges."Thiscoalition,"hewrites,"Ithink,willhaveconsequencesverydifferentfromthoseexpectedbythemembersofadministrationwhohavebroughtitabout.Ihatecoalitions."Nodoubttheyillsuitedhisuncompromisingspirit;andanyconnectionwithLiberalopinionsmusthavebeeninthehighestdegreerepugnanttothefeelingsofonewhobelievedthatthegrantingofCatholicEmancipationwouldinvolvetheruinoftheConstitution.

InEnglandaremarkableeventclosedtheyear1810—theappointmentofaRegency.Forsometimetheoldmaladyofthekinghadreturneduponhim.HehadnotattendedtoopenandclosethelastSessionofParliament,andtherewasageneralimpressionastothecause.Butonthe25thofOctober,whenParliamenthadvotedthecelebrationofageneraljubilee,ontheking'sentranceuponthefiftiethyearofhisreign,itwasannouncedpubliclythathisMajestywasnolongercapableofconductingpublicbusiness,andtheHouseofCommonsadjournedforafortnight.Thiswasamelancholyjubilee,sofarasthekingandhisfamilywereconcerned;butthenationcelebratediteverywherewithanaffectionatezealandloyalty.TheroyalmaladyhadbeenprecipitatedbythedeathofhisfavouritedaughterAmelia.Onthe20thor21stofOctoberhevisitedheronherdeath-bed,andsheputonhisfingeraring,containingherownhair,andwiththemotto,"RemembermewhenIamgone."Thissimplebutsorrowfulactcompletedthemischiefinprogress,andGeorgeretiredfromthebedsideofhisdyingdaughteraconfirmedlunatic.Theprincessdiedonthe2ndofNovember,butherfatherwaspastconsciousnessoftheevent.

Mélas,whohadbeenbesiegingGenoa,hadleftpartofhisarmytoreducethatcity,defendedbyastrongFrenchdivisionunderMassenaandSoult,andadvancedtoNice,whichhehadentered,andwascontemplatinghisdescentonProvence,whenthenewsofBuonaparte'sentranceofPiedmontreachedhim.Hedirectedhismarchnowtomeethim.Inthemeantime,MassenaandSoult,wornoutbyfamine,thefortbeingblockadedbyAdmiralLordKeith,hadsurrenderedGenoatoGeneralOtto,whomMélashadorderedtoraisethesiegeandjoinhim.MélassummonedhisscatteredforcestomakeheadagainstBuonaparte,andwashimselfpursuedfromtheneighbourhoodofNicebySuchet.BuonapartedeceivedMélasbyfalsemovements,makinghimimaginethathisobjectwasTurin,andsoenteredMilanintriumphonthe2ndofJune.Aftervariousencountersandman?uvresbetweenBuonaparteandMélas,theFirstConsulcrossedthePoatPiacenza,drovebacktheadvancedguardoftheAustrians,andtookupapositionontheplainsofMarengo,ontherightbankofthelittlestream,theBormida,andoppositetoAlessandria,whereMélaswaslying.Thenextday—the14thofJune—Mélasdrewouthisforces,andattackedtheFrenchwithgreatspirit.TheAustriansamountedtoaboutfortythousand,includingafinebodyofcavalry,forwhichthegroundwashighly[477]favourable;theFrenchwerenotmorethanthirtythousand,postedstronglyinandaroundthevillageofMarengo,inthreedivisions,eachstationedaboutaquarterofamilebehindtheother.AftertwoorthreeattemptstheAustriansdrovetheFrenchoutofthevillageofMarengo,threwtheseconddivision,commandedbyLannes,intoconfusion,andputtorouttheleftwingofBuonaparte'sowndivision,threwhiscentreintodisorder,andcompelledhimtoretreatasfarasSt.Juliano.ThewholetideofbattlewasrunningagainstBuonaparte,andashorttimemusthavecompletedhisrout,whenthestrengthoftheoldgeneral,Mélas—morethaneightyyearsofage—gaveway,forhehadbeenmanyhoursonhorseback.Heretiredfromthefieldquitesecureofthevictory,andleftGeneralZachtofinishit.But,atthismoment,GeneralDesaix,whohadlatelyarrivedfromEgypt,andhadbeensentbyBuonapartetomakeadiversionatRivolta,camebackwithhisdetachmentoftwentythousandmen.Kellermann,also,whowaspostedintherearwithabodyofreserve,marchedupatthesametime.AnewanddesperatechargewasmadeonthefatiguedAustrians,andtheywerebrokenandputtotherout.TheyretreatedacrosstheBormida,towardsAlessandria,inapanic,thehorsegallopingovertheinfantry.Mélas,dispiritedbyhisdefeat,butmorebyhisage,gaveupthestruggleandonthe16thofJuneconcludedanarmistice,resigningnotonlyAlessandria,wherehemighthavestoodalongersiege,butGenoa,whichhadjustsurrenderedtotheAustrians,andalltheGenoeseterritory,agreeingtoretirebehindthelineofMantuaandtheMincio,andleavingtotheFrenchallLombardyasfarastheOglio.TheFrenchthemselvescouldscarcelybelievetherealityofsuchasurrender.

Thesepointsbeingallgained,theFrenchwerenotleftlonginpossessionofVittoria.Theywerepushedoutofthetown,andthewholeunitedarmyjoinedinchasingthemalongtheroadtowardsPampeluna.Socompletewastheroutthat,accordingtoWellington'sdispatch,theyleftbehindthemalltheirbaggage,ammunition,everygunbutone,andahowitzer.

DEATHOFWOLFE.(AfterthePaintingbyBenjaminWest,P.R.A.)

Butlongbeforethis—asearly,indeed,asthe15thofApril—newshadreachedLondonofthedeathoftheerraticEmperorPaul,andofthebombardmentofCopenhagenbytheBritishfleet.PaulhadbeenwonoverbyBuonapartetohisviews,andhadbeenflatteredbyhimbybeingelected—thoughirregularlyandillegally—Grand-MasteroftheKnightsofMalta.HehadbeenpersuadedthattheconquestofMaltabytheBritishwasaninvasionofhisrights,andbytheseandotherflatteriesBuonapartehadinfluencedhisweakmindtobecometheagentofhisplansindestroyingtheBritishshipsintheBaltic,andinclosingthatseatoBritishcommerce.PaulpretendedthatwehadcapturedDanishconvoys,thesesameconvoysbeingengagedinguardingvesselsloadedwithmaterialsofwarforFrance,andthatthustheindependenceoftheNorthwasmenacedbyus.Onthisground,andonthatoftheinvasionofMalta,heimmediatelylaidanembargoonallBritishvesselsinRussianports,andastwovesselsintheharbourofNarvaresistedtheattemptstoseizethem,inconsequenceoftheembargo,heorderedalltheBritishvesselsinthatporttobeburned.Inconsequenceofthissuddenandunwarrantableorder,contrarytoallthelawsofnations,aboutthreehundredBritishvesselswereseized,andtheofficersandcrewsdraggedonshore,putintoirons,andsentupthecountryundermenacesofSiberia.PaulnextorderedallpropertyofEnglishmeninRussiatobeseizedandsold.Denmark—withwhomwehadvariousrencontres,onaccountofitsmen-of-warconvoyingvesselsladenwithstoresforFrenchports—soonjoinedRussia.WesentLordWhitworthtoCopenhagentoendeavourtocometosomeunderstandingonthesemattersin1800,butthoughaconventionwassigned,itwasnotsatisfactory.SwedenfollowedtheexampleofDenmark,andthethreeNorthernPowersenteredintoatreatyofarmedneutralitytoresistoursearchoftheirvesselsinanycircumstances.AstheconsequenceofthispolicywouldbetoshutusoutofalltradewiththeportsoftheBaltic,itwasresolvedtosendafleettochastisethesePowersandbreakuptheirco-operationwithFrance.Mr.VansittartwasdespatchedtoCopenhagen,accompaniedbyafleetofeighteensailoftheline,withseveralfrigatesandsmallervessels,undercommandofAdmiralSirHydeParker,withVice-AdmiralNelsonassecond.ThefleetlefttheYarmouthRoadsonthe12thofMarch,1801,andarrivingatthemouthoftheSound,NelsonrecommendedthattheyshouldsaildirectlyuptoCopenhagen,andbeprepared,ontherefusalofourproposals,tobombardtheplace,asthiswouldnotallowthemtimetogetreadytheirbatteries,andthusdoallthemoredamagetoourshipsandmen.Butthiswasdeemedtoooffensivebeforeanyattemptatnegotiation,andaccordinglyMr.Vansittartwassentforwardinafrigatewithaflagoftruce,leavingthefleetattheScaw.HereturnedwithouteffectinganythingmorethanwhatNelsonanticipated.SirHydeParkerwastedtimeinmaking[481]theneedlessinquirybyaflagoftruceoftheGovernorofElsinore,whetherthepassageoftheSoundwouldbedisputed,whorepliedthatitwould.ItwasthenproposedtoenterbytheBelt.Nelsonsaid:—"LetitbebytheSound,ortheBelt,oranyhow—onlydon'tletusloseanhour."

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    TheGreekshadbeenstrugglingtoemancipatethemselvesfromthetyrannicaldominionoftheTurks,aidedintheirwarofindependenceonlybythevoluntarycontributionsandpersonalservicesofenthusiasticfriendsoffreedom,likeLordByron.Atlength,however,thesanguinarynatureofthecontest,andtheinjurytocommercebypiracy,inducedtheGreatPowersofEuropetointerfereinordertoputanendtothewar.Accordingly,onthe6thofJuly,1827,atreatywassignedinLondonbytheMinistersofGreatBritain,France,andRussia,forthepacificationofGreece.Inpursuanceofthistreaty,ajointexpedition,consistingofBritish,French,andRussianships,enteredtheBayofNavarinoonthe20thofOctober,withtheobjectofcompellingtheSultantoconcedeanarmistice,inorderthattheremightbetimeforeffectinganarrangement.TheSultan,Mahmoud,havingdeclinedthemediationofthecombinedPowers,andIbrahimPashahavingreceivedalargereinforcementoftroopsfromEgypt,hewasorderedtoputdowntheinsurrectionateverycostbylandandsea.Hehadaccordinglyrecommencedthewarwithfanaticalfury.AllGreeksfoundinarmsweretobeputtothesword,andtheMoreawastobelaidwaste.ThecombinedfleetoftheAllieshadreceivedorderstodemandanarmistice,andifthiswererefusedbytheTurkishadmiral,theyweretointercepttheTurkishsupplies,butnottocommithostilities.WhentheTurkishfleetmettheAllies,thefutilityoftheseinstructionsbecameevident.Theyfounditrangedatthebottomofthebay,intheformofacrescent.Insteadofparleying,theTurksbegantofire,andthebattlecommencedapparentlywithoutplanoneitherside.Itsoonbecamegeneral.AdmiralCodrington,intheAsia,openedabroadsideupontheEgyptianadmiral,andsoonreducedhisshiptoawreck;othersinrapidsuccessionsharedthesamefate.Theconflictlastedwithgreatfuryforfourhours.Whenthesmokeclearedoff,theenemyhaddisappeared,andthebaywasstrewnwiththefragmentsoftheirships.AmongtheAllies,thelossoftheBritishwasgreatest,thoughnotlarge—only75menkilled[263]and197wounded.ThecatastropheproducedimmenseexcitementatConstantinople,andhadtheJanissaries(thosefierceandbigoteddefendersofMohammedanismwhomtheSultanhadsorecentlyextirpated)beenstillinexistence,itwouldhavefaredillwithChristiansinthatpartoftheworld.TheSultandemandedsatisfaction,whichwouldnotbegranted,andtheEuropeanambassadorsleftConstantinople.ThebattleofNavarinooccurredatthetimewhentheDukeofWellingtonassumedthereinsofoffice,ourambassadorhavingthenreturnedfromConstantinople.

     Notwithstandinghiscarelessmanner,however,therewasmuchsincerityinthenatureofLordMelbourne;andthereisnodoubtthathelabouredwithanhonestpurposetomakehisAdministrationusefultothecountry,thoughnotwithsomuchactivityandenergy,orwithsuchconstantsolicitudetosecuresuccess,ashispredecessorhadbroughttothetask.AsitwasnowadvancingtowardstheendoftheSession,heconfinedhisattentiontotwogreatmeasuresofreform—theIrishTithequestion(ofwhichwehavealreadydisposed)andthequestionofMunicipalReform.Itisscarcelynecessarytoremarkthatabusesincorporationshadbeenamatterofconstantandgeneralcomplaintfortwocenturies.ButitwashopelesstoexpectaremedysolongastheParliamentaryrepresentationwassoinadequateandcorrupt.Therottenandvenalboroughs,ofwhichthefranchisewasabolishedoramendedbytheReformAct,werethechiefseatsofabuse.ThecorrectionofthelocalevilwouldhavebeenthedestructionofthesystembywhichtherulingpartyintheStatesustaineditspoliticalpower.Therewere,therefore,themostpowerfulinterestsatwork,restrainingeachfromattemptingtheworkofreform;butbytheParliamentaryReformActtheseinterestswereabolished,andthoselocalfountainsofcorruptioncouldnolongerpourtheirfetidcontentsintothelegislature.Statesmennowfeltatlibertytoabatethosenuisances.Yettheworkwasnotasspeedilyaccomplishedasmighthavebeenexpected.ItistruethatLordGreyadvisedthekingtoissueacommissionofinquiryinJuly,1833,butitwasnotuntilthe5thofJune,1835,thatanymeasurewasbroughtforwarduponthesubject.EventhenLordMelbournehadtoovercomethedislikeoftheking,whodistrustedthemeasure,andthoughtthat,ifthecorporationsweretobereformedatall,theyhadbestbereformedbygrantingthemnewcharters.Thecommissionconsistedoftwentygentlemen,whoweretoproceedwiththeutmostdespatchtoinquireastotheexistingstateofthemunicipalcorporationsinEnglandandWales,andtocollectinformationrespectingthedefectsintheirconstitution,tomakeinquiryintotheirjurisdictionandpowersastotheadministrationofjustice,andinallother[388]respects;andalsointothemodeofelectingandappointingthemembersandofficersofsuchcorporations,intotheprivilegesofthefreemenandothermembersthereof,andintothenatureandmanagementoftheincome,revenues,andfundsofthesaidcorporations.TheydividedthewholeofEnglandandWalesintodistricts,eachofwhichwasassignedtotwocommissioners.Theirreportsonindividualcorporationsoccupiedfivefoliovolumes.Thewholewaspresentedinageneralreport,signedbysixteenoftheCommissioners.

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    ButinOctoberthepatriotsofBredasurprisedthefortsofLilloandLiefkenshoek,ontheScheldt.DaltondispatchedGeneralSchr?derwithastrongforce,whoretooktheforts;butonSchr?der'sventuringtoenterTurnhoutaftertheinsurgents,abodyofthreethousandofthem,underVanderMersch,armedwithpitchforks,bludgeons,andstaves,attackedanddrovehimout.GeneralBender,whohadbeendispatchedagainsttheinsurgentsatTirlemont,wasdrivenoutinthesamemanner.GeneralArbergwascompelledtoretreatbehindtheScheldt,andthepeoplewerevictoriousinLouvain,Ghent,Bruges,Ostend,andmosttownsofthedistrict.BothJosephandhisGovernorandCommanderintheNetherlandsnowfellintotheutmostalarm.ThenewswhichMarieAntoinettesentfromParistoherImperialbrotheronlyrenderedthisconsternationthegreater.Joseph,withthatsuddenrevulsionwhichhehadmanifestedonotheroccasions,afterequallyastonishingrashness,nowissuedaconciliatoryproclamation,offeringtoredressallgrievancesontheconditionoftheNetherlanderslayingdowntheirarms.Buttheywerenotlikely,afterformerexperience,totrustanysuchpromisesofJoseph.Onthe20thofNovembertheStatesofFlandersassumedthetitleoftheHighandMightyStates;theydeclaredtheEmperortohaveforfeitedtheCrownbytyrannyandinjustice;theyproclaimedtheirentireindependence,andorderedalevyoftwentythousandmen.

     AmongsttheprovincesemployingthemselvestocarryouttherecommendationoftheCongress,byframingnewconstitutions,thatofNewYorkwasemboldenedbythepresenceofWashingtonandhisarmytodisregardtheRoyalists,andtoframeaperfectlyindependentsystem.GouverneurMorristooktheleadintheultraparty,anddeclaredthatthetimewasnowcomeforassertingentireindependence.Onthe27thofMayaresolutiontothateffectwaspassed.ThedelegatesoftheAssemblywereinstructedtosupporttheseprinciplesinCongress.

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