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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, 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



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 BillsThe 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 MotionBill 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.


FINANCE.-The Budget Mr. Maberly's Resolutions on the National

Debt-Mr. Hume's Motion on the State of the Nation, and Forty-five
Resolutions regarding the Finances Opposition to the Navy Estimates
-Mr. Hobhouse's Motion to reduce the Army-Discussion on the
Expense of the Diplomatic Establishment



Bill to prevent Bribery at Elections-Resolutions against Bribery-Lord

John Russell's Motion on Parliamentary Reform-Mr. Abercromby's

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Motion for amending the Representation of Edinburgh-Motion to disfranchise non-resident Freemen in Ireland-Resolutions for the Parliament occasionally in Dublin and Edinburgh-Privilege of Mem

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be summoned on Juries Restoration of forfeited Scottish 0 Peerages-Debate on Motion to disjoin the Presidency of the Board of 10 Trade from the Treasurership of the Navy Bill for the Consolidation of of the Criminal Law-Debate on Motion to allow Counsel to Prisoners Pon Trial for Felony--Case of Mr. Kenrick-Proceedings regarding the to Court of Chancery podannounce Storia dela

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CHAPTER V. ili IRELAND.-Catholic Emancipation- State of the Protestant Church in withe Province of Munster-Motion for a Committee of Inquiry upon the

First-Fruits-Motion for a Committee on the levying and application Jun of Church Rates--Education Chartered Schools Bill to regulate the 21-Relation of Landlord and Tenant-Motion for a Committee on Tolls - and Customs

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COLONIES.-Slave Trade-Motion regarding the Trials of Slaves in Jamaica--Resolutions of the Commons on the Slave Trade adopted by the Lords-Motion by Lord Suffield to disqualify Proprietors of Slaves

from being public Functionaries --Motion to the same effect made in * ' 'the Commons by Mr. Smith-Petitions from the Council and House of

Assembly of Antigua, and the West-India Merchants-Mr. Brougham's
Motion on the Conduct of the Colonies.-INDIA.—Jury Bill-Education

of Writers—Petition of Mr. Buckingham complaining of the
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General Election-State of the Harvest-Importation of Grain allowed

Meeting of the new Parliament-King's Speech-Amendment on the Address in the House of Lords, moved by Lord King-Amendment on the Address in the House of Commons, moved by Mr. Hume-Amendment moved by Mr. Western-Act of Indemnity-Motion for a Select Committee on Joint-Stock Companies--Resolutions against Bribery at Elections, moved by Lord Althorp-Resolutions for regulating Committees on Private Bills, moved by Mr. Littleton-King's Message respecting the Conduct of Spain towards Portugal-Mr. Canning's Speech on an Address in Answer to the Message Discussion in the House of Commons–Mr. Canning's Reply,Address moved in the House of Lords Speech of the Duke of Wellington--Sailing of an Armament for Portugal-Adjournment




INDIA.-Re-commencement of Hostilities with the Burmese-Military

Operations in the neighbourhood of Prome-British Army Advances to Melloone-Conferences and Terms of Peace accepted—The Treaty not being ratified, the Army takes Melloone–The Army Advances to Pagahm-mew-Battle there-A Treaty concluded and ratified-Siege and Capture of Bhurtpore by Lord Combermere. -Africa.--Defeat of the Ashantees



France:-Meeting of the Chambers-Expenses of the Army of Occupaption in Spain--Ouvrard's Contraets-The Budget-Roads-Army and

Navy-Operation of the Sinking Fund-Corn Laws-Trade Law "1 of Primogeniture--Speech of M. Villèle--The Slave Trade-Com

plaints against the Government for shewing partiality to Turkey against Greece Independence of St. Domingo, and Indemnity to the Colonists

Motion against Reading Speeches—The Press-Trial of the Abbé Mennais Montlosier's Denunciation of the Jesuits–Treaty with Brazil -Policy of France towards Portugal Recal of the French Minister from Madrid, and of the Swiss Guards


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CHAPTER X. THE GERMANIC DIET.-HOLLAND.-Disputes concerning the Navigation of the Rhine-Arrangements regarding the Catholics-Epidemic Disease in North Holland-- Finances—Militia Law-Expedition to Java

BAVARIA, AUSTRIA.- Proceedings of the Hungarian Diet-Decree s against the Slave Trade-Prussia.-RUSSIA.-A Commission appointed

to investigate the Insurrection of 1825–Reforms in the Administration -Discontents among the Peasants-Death of the Empress Report of the Commission of Inquiry-Sentence and Punishment of the Conspirators-Coronation of the Emperor-War with Persia-Military Operations in Georgia--The Persians defeated



SPAIN. -General State Change of the Council-Prosecution of the Con- istitutionalists- Plots-Revolt of Bazan-Disturbances occasioned by * the Royalist Volunteers-The Clergy-The Finances-Policy towards "Portugal Refusal to acknowledge the Regency of Portugal - Support

given to the Portuguese Rebels-Desertion of Spanish Troops—Remon

strances of the Portuguese Envoy-Invasion of Portugal-Defeated "Rebels again received in Spain-General Longa suspended from his Command, and a Minister from Portugal received


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PORTUGAL..Death of John VI.- Don Pedro's Resignation of the Throne

in favour of his Daughter. Establishment of a Regeircy-New Con

stitution of Portugal - Promulgation of the Constitution-State of
Public Opinion-Discontent of the Ultra-Royalists, and Desertions
from the Army-Election of the Deputies to the Cortes-Intrigues of
Spain and the Marquis of Chaves-Spain refuses to disarm the Deserters,
-Conspiracy discovered in Lisbon-Decree against Emigrants.
Demands of the Portuguese Envoy-Revolts in Algarves and Tras-os-
Montes--Meeting of the Cortes--Don Miguel takes the Oath to the
Constitution-Renewed Remonstrances the Portuguese Envoy at

„Madrid--Preparations of the Rebels-They invade Portugal Spanish
Minister at Lisbon suspended-Assurances given by Spain Progress
of the Rebels in Tras-os-Montes-Revolt in Lamego-Insurrection in
Beira-Progress of the Rebels under Magessi in the Alentejo-Magessi
is driven back into Spain--He re-enters Portugal in the Province of
Beira-Revolt in Almeida-Military Movements of the Rebel Com
manders and of the Constitutional Troops-Arrival of British Troops
at Lisbon--The Rebels defeated at Coruches--They retreat into

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TURKEY.-Ultimatum of Russia, regarding Wallachia and Moldavia ; it

is acceded to by the Porte-Conferences at Ackerman between Russia
and Turkey-Settlement of their Differences-The Sultan attempts to
introduce Éuropean Discipline among the Janissaries—The Janissaries
Revolt-The Revolt is quelled, and the Janissaries suppressed—Fire in
Constantinople--Executions-Measures adopted to Reform the Admi-
nistration.-GREECE.-Engagements between the Greek
Fleets-Siege of Missolonghi-Attacks and Repulses of

Capture by Ibrahim of Vassiladi and Anatolico--Famine in Missolonghi
Miaulis endeavours to relieve it-The Garrison attempts

its way through the Turkish Camp--Missolonghi taken-Military Operations after the taking of Missolonghi-Proclamation of the National Assembly-Measures of the Commission of Government-European Policy in regard to Greece Piracies committed under the Greek Flag -Finances Exposure of the Greek Loans-The conduct of Persons connected with those Loans


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The UNITED STATES.—Negotiations with Britain regarding the Colonial

Trade.SOUTH AMERICA.-War between Brazil and Buenos Ayresnio Constitution of Brazil.-STATES OF the Rio DE LA PLATA. ---COLOM-4 BIA.--Revolt in Venezuela Venezuela declares itself Independent Return of Bolivar-Non-payment of the Dividends on the Debt-t-Laws concerning the Public Deht.-Mexico.-Finances—Negotiations with the Pope.-GUATEMALA.Internal Dissentions.--PERU.-Surrender of Callao-The National Representatives refuse to meet-Conspiracy against Bolivar-He is chosen President for Life-His DepartureFinances---BOLIVIA receives a Constitution from Bolivar.--Chili.Chiloe conquered-Insurrection in Chiloe in favour of O'Higgins Confusion in the Government–The Supreme Director resigns-Nonpayment of the Dividends on the Public Debt.-CONGRESS OF


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