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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

th of red. vi.
>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*

19
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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Theatres, new method of lighting, in Vatican manuscripts, 12
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
near 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

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* ;
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.
36* ; lieut. J. Kenny, manslaughter, Whitehaven; combination of seamen,
40* ; C. T. Wbite, arson, 43*

19
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 Camn,
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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