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chartered schools, (132] ; law regu- Lunatics, returns of, 58
lating the sub-letting of property, Luxemburg, fortress ceded to the Ger-
[136] ; committee on tolls and cus man confederation, 39
toms, [137]; outrages at Limerick
and Killinan, 26 ; distress in Dublin, Macdonald, sir Archibald, death of, 251
75; intended robbery at Eastly house, Mad-dog, singular encounter with, 52
near Mallow, prevented, 87 ; election Malte-Brun, geographer, death of, 289
riots at Tralee and Galway, 105 ; Manchester, murder of Mr. Price, 18;
attack on the Dublin mail, 191; riots at, 66, 70, 109; murder near, 81
amount of bankers' notes in circula- Manslaughter: Mr. Blackburn stabbed
tion, 75

by Mr. Carlile, 82
Juries : Mr. Wynn's bill regulating Manso, German writer, death of, 258
juries in India, [163] ; in France, Mattocks, Mrs., death of, 260
123, 137

Maundy Thursday, celebration of, at

the chapel royal, 47
Karamsin, Russian historian, death of, Mauritius, number of rats and birds
253

destroyed in, 160
Kelly, Michael, musical composer, death Mausoleum, ancient, at St. Remy, 130
of, 280

Mazois, Fr., architect, death of, 290
Kenrick, Mr., charges against, in the Medway Canal Company, damages
House of Commons, [120]

awarded against, 86
King's speech, [2], [175] ; letter to the Menai suspension bridge, 13

archbishops, authorizing subscriptions Mexico : surrender of St. Juan d'Ulloa,
for the distressed manufacturers, 189 (407); budget and revenue, ib; ne-

gotiations with the pope, [409]; pre-
Lancashire, riots in, 63; number of

sident's message to Congress, 108* ;
power-looms destroyed, 67; compen its independence recognized by Great
sation obtained for ditto, 128

Britain, ib., capitulation of the
Landon, C. P., artist, death of, 231

Spanish squadron, 111* ; surrender
Larceny, improvements in laws respect of St. Juan d'Ulloa, ib. ; finances,
ing, [114]

112*; institutions for education, &c.,
Lemontey, death of, 259

ib; state of manufactures, &c., ib.
Leopard, dangerous accident occasioned Middleton, riots at, 111
by one, at Mold, 9

Military evolutions introduced by sir H.
Libel: Dr. Hamilton v. Dr. Hope, 44 Torrens, 29
... Fisher v. Stockdale, 77 ; Root v. King Milner, rev. Dr., death of, 241

and Verplenck, 105; singular case of, Miloradovitch, count, death of, 218
.; at Paris, 188; various actions for libel, Missolonghi, siege of, [361]; capture of,
4 - 197; Buckingham v. Bankes, 49* [385] ; massacre of the inhabitants, ib.
Lighting theatres, new method of, 131 Mobs, see Riots.
Lists : Sheriffs, 199

Monuments : Blucher's, at Berlin, 95 ;
Births, 200

Granville Sharp's, Guildhall, 106
Marriages, 203

Murders Mr. Price, Manchester, 18*,
Promotions, 212

33 Benjamin and Alice Case, 38 ;
Deaths, 218

Thomas Creane, 40; Richard Perry,
General Acts, 306

50
Local Acts, 309

Mr. W. Cooper, 58; Mr. E.
Patents, 172*

Murphy, at Ballynamona, 79; at Mr.
Liverpool: fire at Mr. Price's ware-

Blears', 81; Mr. Carter, 86 ; near
house, 39 ; fall of a warehouse, 120

St. Etienne, in France, 115, a shoe-
Liverpool, lord, clause introduced by,

maker at Brighton murders his wife,
for allowing branch-hanks to the Bank 128; Mary Brown, at Carlisle, 136 ;
of England, [34]; speech on the corn-

W. Timpson murders his wife, 149;
laws, (56)

J. Akehurst and Eliz. Haines, 158 ;
London : privileges of freemen of the at Baissey, 178 ; singular trial for

city, 42; election for the city, 93; murder at Dijon, 192; a female mur-
election of an alderman, 101; violent dered by her lover, by being thrown
storm, ib.

into a burning lime kiln, 197
London Bridge, 1
Longevity, extraordinary instance of, in Murray, Lindior, death of. 223

Murphy, Mr E., murder of, 79
Russia, 9

Musgrave, sir P., attacked by a mob at

Carlisle, 94

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Natal, new colony at, 16

son, 272; Paradisi, ib.; Jourdan, ib.;
Natural history, rare species of snail, G. A. Lee, ib.; sir H. Calvert, 277 ;
80

ex-queen of Sweden, 278; lord Ribs
Navigation laws, and shipping interest, blesdale, ib. ; Baggesen, 279, c. Con-

[64] ; régulations with regard to nor (actor), ib.; Mich. Kelly, 280 ;
Columbia, &c., [67]

Charles Mills, 281; Talma, 282 ;
number of vessels built, &c., Boissy d'Anglas, 213; Jesse Foot,
305

284 ; W. B. Rhodes, 285; M. P.
Netherlands : differences with Germany Paganel, 286; Bode (astron.), ib.;

respecting the navigation of the Struve (ehemist), 287, Flaxman, 288;
Rhine, [260] ; arrangements relative Malte-Brun, 289; Schack-Staffeldt,
to Catholics, [263] ; epidemic in Gro ib.; Briot, 290; F. Mazois (archit.),

ningen and Friezland, [264] ; finances, ib.
* : ib; militia law, [265]; expedition to Oldham, riot at, 151

Jaya, [266] ; « consul of the Mexican Orlov, count, death, 269
states, recognized, 107*

Ornithology: pied oyster-catcher, 26;
Newgate, state of, 24, 52; commitments gulls domesticated at Terraughtie, 68
and convictions, 322

Ostend, explosion of a powder-maga-
Newspapers, actions for libels against, zine, 141

Oxford, examination and prizes, 326
Noehden, Dr., death of, 235
Northern expedition, 21

Paddington Canal, bursting of, 68
Norwich, riots at, 10, 23

Panama, congress at, [419) ; its objects,

and antipathy to Spain, [420] ·
Oats, opening of the ports for admission Paradisi, death of, 272
of, [174], 132

Paris, pretended robberies, 176; opening
Obituary : A. A. Barbier, 218; B. of the French chambers, 186,

Delbene, ib. ; count Miloradovitch, Parliament: opening, and King's Speech,
ib. ;. Pregliasco (artist), 219; duke of [2]; the address, [3); comniercial
Albufera (Suchet), eb.; J. Farey, 221; embarrassments, &c. [4]; Mr. Hume's
count Rostopchin, ib.; Bertie Great motion for returns of bankrupt coun-
head, 222; Mr. Price, 223; Lindley try banks, [8] ; bill to prohibit cir-

Murray, ib.; count Romanzov, 224; culation of small notes, [9] ; opposed
1: Chas. Incledon, 225; Morali, 226; by Mr. Baring, [11]; by sie J.

col. Morrison, 227; E. Knight (co Wrottesley, &e. [12] ; supported by
median), 228; lord Downes, 230; Messrs. Huskisson, Peel, and Can-
adm. Wilson, ib.; C. P. Landon (art. ning, [14] ; motion for issuing small
ist), 231 ; sir C. Turner, ib.; king of notes by the Bank of England, [19];
Portugal, 232 ; J. Pinkerton, ib.; Dr. debate in the Lords, [23]; bill en-
Noebden, 235; bishop of Durham, abling banks to have an unlimited
237 ; sir J. Aubrey, 238; J. H. Voss, number of partners, [31]; clause al-
239; U. G. Von Schlippenbach, ib. lowing branch banks to the Bank of
J. Bruce, 240.; Dr. Milner, 241; J. England, [34] ; petition from the
Caulfield, 246 ; Dr. C. Symmons, merchants, &c. [36] , expediency of
248 ; lord Bentinck, ib. ; Dr. Robert issuing exchequer-bills discussed,
Hoadley Ashe, 249; Dr. Von Spix, [39] ; bill to enable factors to pledge
250; empress of Russia, ib.; sir goods, [41] ; committee on emigra

Archibald Macdonald, 251; Karam tion, [42]; corn laws---Mr. Whit-
15" sin, 253; W. H. Reid, ib. ; Von more's motion, [45] ; sir Francis

Weber, 255; Jas. Bradby, 256 ; adm. Burdett's speech, [46] ; Mr. Huskis-

A. F. A. Evans, ib.; Dean Shipley, son's bill to allow bonded corn to come
4257; Manso, 258; rev. W. Davy, ib.; into the market, [50]; ditto, to au-
Lemontey, 259; Mrs. Mattocks, 260; thorize government to import an un-
Thiebault (archit.) iba; adm. Hollo limited quantity of foreign grain,
way, 261; president Adams, 263 ; [51] ; debate on those bills in the
president Jefferson, 264; earl of Chi. House of Lords, (54); Mr. Ellice's
chester, 266 ;, sir T. S. Raffles, ib.; motion on the silk trade, [57] ; pe-
John Farquhar, 267; Taylor Combe, titions respecting the navigation laws,
268: count Orlov, 269; Piazzi, ib.; [64]; Mr. Huskisson's statement of
earl of Winchelsea, 270 ; bishop of the effects of recent alterations in
Cloyne, 271, Hon. C. H. Hutchin these laws, ib.; budget, [69]; favour-

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able statement made by the chancellor ditto, ib.; duke of Wellington's
of the exchequer, [72,] &c.; Mr. speech on the address, [204]; ad-
Maberly's resolutions relative to the journment, [205]
national debt, [75] ; opposed by the Parry, capt. failure of his expedition,
chancellor of the exchequer, and Mr. 21 ; his third voyage, 168"
Herries, [77].; Mr. Hume's motion Patents, new, 173*
and resolutions respecting the finan Pedestrianism, Townsend at Islington,
ces, [79]; his opposition to the navy 139, 152; capt. Ramsay and Mr.
estimates, [86] ; Mr. Hobhouse's mo Wellesley, 175
tion for reducing the army, [871; ex Peel, Mr. his improvement of the cri-
penses of diplomatic establishments, minal code, [113]
(89] ; bribery at elections, [92] ; lord Peers, election of Scotch, 108
J. Russell's motion on parliamentary Persia, differences with Russia, [284] ;
reform, [95]; Mr. Abercromby's, for commencement of hostilities, [286] ;
amending the representation of Edin defeat, [288]
burgh, (99); sir J. Newport's mo Peru : surrender of Callao, [411]; Ber-
tion for disfranchising non-resident nidoaga and Tiron convicted of trea-
freemen in Ireland, [107); Mi. Lit son, [412); the national representa-
tleton's resolution for regulating pri-

tives refuse to assemble, ib. ; con-
vate committees, [103] ; Mr. Pel spiracy against Bolivar, (414); he is
ham's motion for parliaments to be chosen president for life, ib.; heavy
occasionally held at Edinburgh and duties on foreign goods, [415]
Dublin, [105); privilege of members Peto, Mr. proceedings against, relative
not to be sunimoned on juries, [106] ; to building the Custom-house, 17",
restoration of forfeited Scotch peer-

23*
ages, [107]; motion to disjoin the Phænomenon, aerial, 49
presidency of the board of trade from Piazzi, astronomer, death of, 269
treasurership of the navy, [108]; Mr. Pinkerton, J. death of, 232
Peel's improvement of the criminal Poachers, barbarity of some, 10 -
code, [113]; bill to amend the ad- Pola, excavations and repairs at, 13
ministration of the criminal law, Pollard, Jas. murders W. Cooper, and
[115] ; Mr. Kenrick's case, [120] ; destroys himself, 58
report on the court of Chancery, Porter, quantity brewed in London, 107
[121]; motion and bill to regulate the Ports, opening of, for admission of oats,
practice of chancery, [124]; Ireland,

131
b catholic emancipation, [125] ; pro- Portugal: affairs of, [191]; king's mes-

testant church, [127] ; church rates, sage to parliament respecting, (192);
ap|180]; sub-letting of property, [136] ; policy of France towards, [245] ; in-

tolls and customs, [137]; debates on vasion of the rebels, [307]; a minis-
the slave trade, [140]; Iord Suffield's

ter from the regency
ng motion to prohibit persons in official Spain, [308]; death
>situations being slave proprietors, [310]; princess Isabella appointed

[152); Mr. Smith's ditto, [154] ; pe regent, [311]; don Pedro resigns his
so'titions from the House of Assembly, claims to the crown, [314] ; consti-
1 Antigua, and the West-India mer tutional charter, [316]; form of the
chants, [157]; Mr. Brougham's mo Cortes, (317); state of public opinion,
tion on the West-India colonies, [318]; oath to the charter, [319] ;
1158]; Mr. Wynn's India jury bill, faction against the constitution, [320];

(163); Mr. Buckingham's case, code for election of deputies to the
In. (164); Canada naturalization act, Cortes, [321] ; intrigues of Spain and
711165); expiry of the alien act, [166] ; the marquis of Chaves, (323]; Spain

dissolution of parliament, (167); assists the deserters, (326); conspira-
5. Opening of the new parliament, and cy discovered in Lisbon, (327); de-

king's speech, (175) ; lord King's cree against emigrants, (328} ; revolt
amendment to the address, [176] ; in Algarve, [330]; meeting of the
Mr. Brougham's ditto, ib.; Mr. Cortes, ib., speech of the princess
Hume's, [178]; joint-stock compå. regent, (331), 91*; measures for the
nies, [188]; petition of Mr. Taylor security of the kingdom, (332); finan-

the deist, f190]; affairs of Portugal, ces, ib.; remonstrances of the Portu-
*** [191]; king's message relative to guese envoy at Madrid, [334] ; pre.

ditto, [192]; Mr. Canning's speech parations of the rebels, [335] they

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Theatres, new method of lighting, in- Vatican manuscripts, 12 11.
vented by Locatelli, 131

Venezuela ; see Colombia.
Thunderstorms: at Ashton-under-line, Venice; new inethod o lighting the-
. 96; Exeter, ib. ; London, 101, 117;

atres, 131
two young ladies killed by lightning, United States : death of Jefferson and
snear Malvern-hills, 104

Adams, [377]; finances, eb. ; repre-
Tildesley, riots at, 149

sentatives sent to the congress of
Transparency of the sea, 169

Panama, [379] ; negotiations with
Tone, Theodore Wolfe, memoir of, Great Britain respecting colonial
159

trade, [380]; colonial ports closed to
Torrens, sir H., new military evolu American vessels, [382] ; report of
tions introduced by, 29

the committee on the memorial of
Tralee, election riots at, 105; in the merchants, &c. of Baltimore,
stance of superstition, 112

127* ; trade between Great Britain
Trials : M. Nadell, captain of banditti, and the United States, 128* ; presi-

at Mayence, 27; James Evans, mur. dent's message to congress, 131*;
der of Mr. Price, 33; Thomas and relations with Russia, 132* ; with
Johanna Lovett, murder of T. Creane, France, ib.; with the Netherlands,
40 ; Michael Ford, murder of R. 133* ; Great Britain, 135* ; congress
Perry, 50; S. Gilbert, robbery, 52; of Panama, 137* ; 'finances, 138* ;
Redhead and others, for a disturb armed force, 140* , surveys of roads
ance at Cambridge, 108; Ann Roche, and canals, 141* ; 'navy, 142* post-
murder of a child, 112; Julie Taris office, 144* ; penitentiary, ib.
son, for imposture, 117; A. Briton Universities : examinations and prizes,
and others, assault and robbery, 118 ; Oxford, 326; ditto Cainbridge, 327
James Finn, threatening letter, 120 ; Voss, J. H., death of, 239
J. Whitelegg, sedition, 124; P. A.
Jehoulet and sons, for cruelty and Waithman, alderman, censure" of Mr.
assault, 146; J. Evans, poisoning, Brogden, [182] ; motion relative to
160; F. J. Latham, and C. Single joint-stock speculations, [183].
ton, 161 ; a female swindler, 164; Weber, death of, 89 ; funeral, 99 ;
G. Hill and M. Gathercole, con-

memoir, 255
spiracy, 166 ; G. Ancliffe and J. Wedđell, capt. his voyage in the Ant-
Hill, 184; T. Jones, uttering a forged arctic Seas, 169*
note, 190 ; Hannah Russell and D. Wellington, duke of, letter to, from
Leany, murder, 26* ; Alexander and the emperor Nicholas, 51
Michael M-Keand, ditto, 29* ; J. Westminster Abbey, report of the dean
Holdsworth, and W. Bolton, rioting, and chapter to the House of Com-
31*; Jas. Chambers, &c. ditto, 32* ;

6208
Jas. Riding, &c. ditto, 33* ; T. Wheat, average prices of, from 1670 to
Young, for selling females as slaves, 1770, 325; ditto from 1771, ib.
1:36*; lieut. J. Kenny, manslaughter, Whitehaven; combination of seamen,
40°; C. T. Wbite, arson, 43*

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Trowbridge, riot at, 76

Whitmore, Mr., motion for a committee
Turkey, [284] ; hostilities with Persia, on the corn-laws, [45]

[286] ; defeat of the Persians, [288] ; Will, Mr. Stott's, 6* ; question respect-
demands of Russia, [346]; the Porte ing the validity of a former uncan-
accedes to Russia's ultimatum re celled will, 12*
specting Wallachia and Moldavia, Witchcraft, Catholic priest tried for
[347] ; conferences at Ackerman, pretending to cure persons suffering
[348]; terms acceded to by Turkey, from, 120
[349] ; attempt to re-organize the Wood, 'method discovered by Dr. Fuchs
Janissaries, [351]; they revolt, [354] ; of rendering it incombustible, 137
the revolt is quelled, [355]; the Wrestling match, Warren and Cam,
Janissaries suppressed, [356] ; fire at 143; at Devonport, Cann and Polking-
Constantinople, [358] ; measures for horne, 157
reforming the administration, [359]; York-house, St. James's Park, 192
engagement between the Turkish York Minster, weight of bells at, 133
and Greek fleets, [361]; Ibrahim's Yorkshire, conflagrations in the moors,
army re-inforced, ib. See Greece. 106

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