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APPENDIX TO CHRONICLE. is young "38917 Sheriffs, 11hacrymi?
199 Prerogative Court-Dew . Births tontascale
200 Clark and Clark Marriages Ojgtiglo
203 Ustick v. Bauden Promotions 14 1/1 •
212 Court of Exchequer - The Deaths fod i ju
218 New Custom House - The King's Ministers
17** Public Income
292 Lewis-Petit Treason-HanExpenditure . 290+ nah Russell
26* Disposition of Grants 2917 | Lancaster Assizes alexanWays and Means
der M‘Keand and Michael Public Funded Debt. 298-299 M'Keand-Murder
29* Unfunded Debt
301 York Assizes-Trials of Riot
Forade nited Kingdom 303
Kempson v. Saunders 47*
stock Companies, Harris
hall-Buckingham v. W.J.
Trade of Ireland
305 Public General Acts
306 Public Acts of a Local and Personal Nature
318 Prices of sugar and Hay 319 Prices of Corn
321 Return of Committals, Convictions, Sentences, and Executions
322 Number of Persons executed
in England and Wales during the last eleven years
324 Average Prices of Wheat for
1823, 1824, 1825, and to April 30, 1826 325 Average Prices of Wheat from 1670 to 1825
ib. University Intelligence 326
LAW CASES AND NAR-
I. Domestic-Copy of Corres
pondence between the Trea-
of the Bank of England 1. 57*
mittee ,,of the House of
Letter of Instructions to the
Merchants, &c., of Balti. Protector of Slaves at De.
127* 81* Message of the President of II. Foreign - Convention of the United States
HISTORY AND BIO.
Robert Lord Gifford . 146* Convention of Commerce and
Account of Lady Hester StanNavigation between his Ma
150* jesty and the King of Swe
Memoir of the Right Rev. den and Norway, together
Reginald Heber, D. D. Lord with an Additional Article
Bishop of Calcutta
155* thereunto annexed
Memoir of Theobald Wolfe The Act of Abdication of the
159* Throne of Portugal by the Anecdotes of Dr. Adam FerEmperor of Brazil in favour
164* of his Daughter.
Anecdotes of Dr. Black and Speech of the Infanta Regent,
165* at the Opening of the Ses
Anecdotes of Dr. Adam Smith 166* sions of the Portuguese Cortes
91* Report made by the Portu
GEOGRAPHY, ASTRO. guese Minister for Foreign
98* Account of Captain Parry's Extract from the Message of Third Voyage for the Disthe Vice-President of Co
covery of a North West lombia to the Congress 102* Passage, &c.
168* The Message of the President Account of the Voyage of to the Congress of the
Captain Weddell into the United Mexican States 106*
169* Address of General Bolivar to
Captain Parry's new. Expedithe Constituent Congress of
170" Bolivia, accompanying the
Results of the Arctic Expediplan of a Constitution for
171* the Government of that
114* Address of Freire to the Na.
POETRY. tional Congress of Chili, at its opening
121* Field Flowers--By Thomas Report from the committee of
Campbell, esq. _
179* the Senate of the United Signs of Rain-By the late States; to whom was re
. 180* ferred the Memorial of the
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FOR THE YEAR
HISTORY OF EUROPE. .
State of the Country--Meeting of Parliament-King's Speech and the
Address_Measures proposed for relieving the Commercial Disa tresses-Prohibition against Stamping small Notes-Mr. Hume's Motion for Returns of Bankrupt Country Banks-Bill brought in to prohibit the Circulation of small Notes after Feb. 5th, 1829Exception in favour of the Bank of England--Mr. Hume's Motion to require Security from Country Banks--Reasons for limiting the Bill to England Scottish Banks. THE commencement of the both in the metropolis and in the
present year was marked by country, continued to multiply, a continuance of that depression though much less rapidly, than in in manufactures and commerce, the end of 1825; and the univers which had prevailed at the close of sal distrust which existed, by the preceding. The demand for limiting the facilities of obtaining the labour of the artisan had not discounts and advances, deprived yet revived ; and want of employ- commerce of its natural aids, and ment, and its concomitant misery, increased the difficulties of the were the results. Neither had trader. The ship-owners, likeprivate credit been yet restored; wise, were suffering from the ina the failures of private bankers, ability to procure freights, an inVOL. LXVIII.
beyond the month of June. But, on the present occasion, the
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A 23 olid jail STATE of the Country-Meeting of Parliament-King's Speech and the Address-Measures proposed for relieving the Commercial Distresses Prohibition against Stamping small Notes--Mr. Hume's Motion for Returns of Bankrupt Country Banks-Bill brought in to prohibit the Circulation of small Notes after Feb. 5th, 1829-Exception in favour of the Bank of England Mr. Hume's Motion to require Security from Country Banks--Reasons for limiting the Bill to England-Scottish Banks
Arrangement with the Bank of England-Bill brought into the House of
Lords to enable private Banks to have an unlimited Number of Partners Clause introduced authorising the Bank of England to establish Branch Banks-Discussion on the Propriety of relieving the existing Distress by an Issue of Exchequer Bills-The Bank agrees to advance Money upon Security-Bill to enable Factors holding Documents of Property in Goods, to pledge them to the Bank as effectually as if they were the real Owners--Appointment of a Committee on Emigration. CORN Laws: Mr. Whitmore's Motion---Bill to allow the admission of Bonded Corn into the Market-Bill to authorize Government to Import a limited quantity of Foreign Grain during the Recess-Mr. Ellice's Motion on the State of the Silk Trade-Petitions concerning the Navigation Laws-Mr. Huskisson's Statement of the Effects of the recent Alterations in these Laws-Relaxation of the Navigation Laws in favour of the new South American States.
Debt-Mr. Hume's Motion on the State of the Nation, and Forty-five
to prevent Bribery at Elections--Resolutions against Bribery-Lord John
Russell's Motion on Parliamentary Reform-Mr. Abercromby's