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Sheriffs

189 1 King's Bench-Byrne v. Pare

Births

190 kins

Marriages

195 Report of the Privy Council

Promotions

209 King's Bench-Blore v. Stock-

Deaths

215 dale

King's Ministers

293 St. Christopher-Piracy

15*

Public Income

294-5 Kilkenny - Farley v. Joseph

Expenditure

296 Timothy Haydn

Disposition of Grants

297 Cause between Henry Hutchin-

Ways and Means

305 son Hamilton O'Hara and

Public Funded Debt

. 306-7 John Jones for recovery of

Unfunded Debt

309 an Estate

22*

Foreign Trade of Great Britain 310 Cork--Trial of Arthur Keeffe

Trade of the United Kingdom. 311

and Thomas Bourke for Mur-

Trade of Ireland

312

der

31*

Navigation of the United King-
dom

. 313-4
Public General Aets.

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS.

315

Public Acts of a Local and

Personal Nature

321

I. Domestic-Copy of the Ro-

Stocks

333

man Catholic Relief Bill, as

Bankrupts

ib.

brought in by Sir F. Burdett 34*

Prices of Sugar and Hay

334 Report of the Select Committee

Prices of Corn

of the House of Lords on the
Prices of Butchers' Meat

State of Ireland

335

Meteorological Table

ib.

Summary Statement of the Ob-

Bills of Mortality

336

jects and Operations of the

Return of Committals, Convic-

Society for the Propagation

tions, Sentences and Execu.

of the Gospel in Foreign Parts 45*

tions

337

Estimate of the Payments which

Number of Persons Executed

have been made on Foreign

in England and Wales during

Loans, Mining Shares, and

the last seven Years

338

other Speculations during the

Annual State of Newgate 339

present Year

University Intelligence. 341

II. Foreign-Copy of a Note

addressed by the Right Hon.

George Canning to the Che-

LAW CASES AND NAR.

valier De los Rios, Minister

Plenipotentiary of his most

RATIVES.

Catholic Majesty

Letter of M. Rodios, in the

King's Bench, Westminster

Name of the Provisional

Joseph v. Perber.

1* Greek Government, to Mr.

Aylesbury - Trial of Charles

Canning

56*

Lynn for Murder

3* Diplomatic Correspondence be.

Sussex—Trial of Charles Holder

tween the British and United

and David Gardener for

States Government

sending a Threatening Letter 5* Convention with Russią . 64*

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Convention of Commerce be Manifesto of the Greek Nation 106*

tween Great Britain and Inaugural Address of John

Denmark

66* Quincy Adams upon taking

Declarations of Great Britain

the Oath of Office as Presi.

and Hanover respecting Re-

dent of the United States 109*

ciprocity of Commerce 69* Message of the President of the

Convention of Commerce and

United States, communicated

Navigation between his Ma.

to the Senate and House of

jesty the King of Great Bri-

Representatives at the Com-

tain and the Hanseatie Cities 70* mencement of the First Ses-
Treaties between Great Britain

sion of the nineteenth Con-

and Brazil

72*

gress

114*

Treaty of Amity, Commerce, Message of the Vice-President

and Navigation, between his of Colombia in Charge of the

Majesty and the State of Co Government, to the Congress 131*

lombia

80* Special Articles in the Treaty

Treaty of Friendship, Naviga between Colombia and the

tion, and Commerce, between

United States

140*

Great Britain and the United Note of the Vice-President of

Provinces of Rio de la Plata 84* the Republic of Colombia to

Convention between his Excel.

the Liberator Bolivar

142*

lency Charles Turner, Cap Articles of Capitulation of the

tain General and Governor-

Spanish Army in Peru

in-Chief of the Colony of

Sierra Leone and its Depend-

HISTORY AND BIO-

encies, &c. on the part of his

Britannic Majesty; and Ban-

GRAPHY,

ka, King of Sherbro, on be-

Memoir of the Rev. Samuel

half of bis Tributary Kings,

Parr, LL. D.

151*

Chiefs, and Headmen 87* Anecdotes of the Early Life of

Speech of the King of the Ne-

Sheridan

therlands at the Opening of Letters from Mrs. Sheridan to

the States General

89*

Mr. Sheridan

Speech of the Emperor of Aus-

Anecdotes and Correspondence

tria to the Hungarian Diet . 92*

relative to the political in,

Speech of the Emperor Alexan-

der, delivered at the first Site

trigues during the Illness of

the King in 1788

181*

ting of the Chambers of the

Sheridan's Love of Betting

. 187*

King of Poland

93*

Anecdotes of the Life of Ca-

Speech of the Emperor of Rus-

sia to the two Chambers, on

189*

the Closing of the Diet of

Poland

95* MANNERS, CUSTOMS, &c.

Manifesto of Nicholas I.

Order of the Day, of the Em.

Physical Form and Character

peror of the Russian Army . 102*

of the Siamese

213*

Treaty between the Emperor of

Manners, &c, of the People of

Brazil and the King of Por-

Cochin China

220*

tugal

103* Description of the City of Ha-

Communication from the Minis-

vana

225*

ter for Foreign Affairs of the

Sketches of Corsica

233*

Republic of the United Pro-

vinces of Rio de la Plata,

NATURAL HISTORY,

to the Minister for Foreign

Affairs of the Emperor of The Living Skeleton

239*

Brazil

105* | History of a Patient from whom

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Three Hundred and Ninety Produce of the French Vine-

five Needles were extracted. 241*

yards

264*

Anatomical Invention

245* The Flemish Scythe

ib.

Royal Academy of Sciences at

Paris. Circulation of the

Blood, &c.

246*

Experiments on Animai Ingraft ARTS AND MANUFAC-

ing

ib.

TURES.

Gigantic Organic Remains

247*

Salmon Fisheries

248* Suspension Railway

266*

Zinc Plates for Engraving
GEOGRAPHY, ASTRO-

Tenacity of Iron, as applicable
NOMY, &c.

to Chain-bridges

. 267*
Suspension Bridge

ib.

North Pole Expedition

PATENTS

268-278*

Islands Discovered

253*

French Guyana

ib.

The Interior of Africa

254* ANTIQUITIES AND MIS-

Directions for Vessels navigat-

CELLANEOUS LITERA-

ing the Channels of Corfu ib.

TURE.

Directions for the North Chan-

255*

Directions for Navigating the

Roman Boat

279*

South Channel

The Jesuits' College at Stony-

· 256*

Currents of the Ocean

hurst

257*

ib.

Professor Mezzofanti of Bologna 280*

Meteor

258*

Two Comets

ib.

Sierra Leone

281*

Chronometers

Road-Trusts

259*

Poor's Rates

.. 284*

England Fifty Years ago ib.

CHEMISTRY.

American Statistics

285*

American Mines

ib.

Natural Sources of Carbonic Public Libraries in France 286*

Acid Gas

260* Prison Discipline

ib.

Electric Powers of Oxalate of

Wolves in Russia

ib.

Lime

ib.
Metallic Titanium in Iron Fur-
Polarized State of Halo Light . ib.

POETRY.

Moretti's Fulminating Acid ib.

Analysis of the Strong Saline

Stanzas to the Memory of the

Water from a Spring in Wind-

Spanish Patriots, by Thomas

sor Park

ib. Campbell, Esq.

Song of the Greeks, by Do.

288*

AGRICULTURE AND

A Dream, by Do.

289*

The Temple of Vesta. Newdi-

BOTANY.

gate Prize Poem for 1825,

by R. C. Sewell, of Magda-

New South Wales

. 252* len College, Oxford

St. Helena Silk

. 263* INDEX

293*

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THE HISTORY

THE

ANNUAL REGISTER,

FOR THE YEAR

1825.

THE

HISTORY OF EUROPE

CHAP. I.

Catholic Association--Prosperous state of Industry and Commerce

Recognition of Mexico, Colombia, and Buenos Ayres---Opening of the Session of Parliament-King's Speech-Discussion in the House of Lords on the Address-Speeches of Lords Dudley and Ward, Gort, Lansdowne, Liverpool, Donoughmore, Roden, and Clifden--Discussion in the House of Commons on the Address: Lord F. L. Gower, Mr. Alderman Thompson-Speech of Mr. Brougham; Mr. Canning's

Answer to hino Discussion on the report of the Address. TH THOSE districts of Ireland tributions, and assuming to be the

which had previously been representativesand protectors of the in the most disturbed state, were Catholic population. Their convery tranquil during the winter; duct, and the violence of the lanand of this tranquillity the Catho- guage used at their meetings, lic Association, whether with or attracted the notice of the governwithout truth, held forth its own ment; and it was understood, that, influence as the cause. That body in the ensuing session of parliacontinued the course of proceeding ment, steps would be taken to which we have mentioned in our check their excesses. former volume; levying large sums hension of this, instead of inspirunder the name of voluntary con- ing them with moderation, served VOL. LXVII.

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