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What would be the reception of an Englishman in the French army. A citizen of the world.
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The road from the Hague to Scheveling. Destruction occasioned by the late storm. The beach at Scheveling. Aversion of the Dutch to the air of the sea; The fisheries of Holland. Theatre at the Hague. A member of the Batavian directory. Impoverishment of the Hague. Thoughts concerning the restoration of the Stadtholder. Character of his deceased son. Account of the present King of Prussia. Literary traffic of the Hague. Great diminution of its magnificence. French troops. Their pay.
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Departure from the Hague. Description of a treckschuyt. Custom of smoking in Holland. Exchange between London and Rotterdam. Depreciation of the notes of the Bank of England. Forgeries. Delft. Decay of its potteries. Treatment of the sick and wounded of the British army in 1795 by the burghers of Delft. Breweries. Politeness of a French soldier. Leyden. Dutch houses. Streets of Leyden. Stadthouse. Pictures. Vigorous defence of the inhabitants of Leyden against the Spaniards in 1573. Noble sentiments of a burgomaster. University of Leyden. Number of students.
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The botanic garden. Palm-tree. Antiques. Theatre of anatomy. Public library. Portraits of illustrious Dutchmen. Medallions of English republicans. St. Peter's church, a place of confinement for the English
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