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Old Bailey, see Trials, trial of Kraus,
and twenty others, for the murder

of two custom-house officers, 54
Ordnance, parliamentary inquiry re-
specting the office of lieut.-gen. of,

(119)
Orea, the ancient town of, discovered

in Scotland, 155
Oxley, Mr., bis expedition into the

interior of New South Wales, 75*
Padiham, Water-spout at, 108
· Painting, ancient of the murder of
archbishop Beckett

, discovered, 118
Mr. Haydon's petition to
parliament, 329*
Paris: Tribunal of Correctional Po.
lice, the duke of San Lorenzo 7.

ib.;

ing, 75

Marhe, valuable quarries of, disco. Musselburgh Races, disturbance at, 97

vered in Ireland, 69
maritime law; case of the Dundee, 32* National Debt, bill regulating its re-
Marriages, French, 1

duction, [111]; effected reduction,
Mary queen of Scots-see Davison.

[116]; bequests for the reduction
Medical Cases, 281*, 287*

of, 27
Messina, dreadful storm at, 149 Natural History, 291*
Mesurado, colony at, for free persons Navigation of the United Kingdom,

of colour from the United States, 233
92* ; dreadful hostilities between Netherlands: suppression of two Ro-
the colonists and natives, ib.

man Catholic Societies, [169); .
Mexico: Iturbide deposed, [240]; strictions on commerce with France,
proposed constitution, [241]; nego- session of the states general

, and
tiations with the Spanish commis- the king's speech, (170); plans of
sioners, [242]; interrupted by the improvement, [ib.]; military ope
armistice being broken, and Vera rations in Sumatra, (171)
Cruz attacked by Lemour, [243]; New South Wales: advance of civili.

war declared against Spain, [ib. ) zation, 59; report of the commis-
Milford, lord, death of, 210

sioners, on the state of agriculture
Military uniform, regulations respect- and trade, 71* ; divisions of the

country, ib.; geological features,
Mina, his military operations, (184), 72* ; counties of Westmorland and

[191], [203] ; surrenders Barcelona, Argyle, 73'; forests, Bredalbane

208]; arrives in England, [ib.] plains, Bathurst lake, ib.; sheep and
Minerals, new fluid discovered in, 297*

cattle, 76*, grants of land, 78°;
Ministry, its increased popularity, [3]; trade, ib. ; ecclesiastical establish-
changes in, (ib.]

ments, 79; population, and reve.
Mission to Siam, 100

nue, ib. ; public expenditure, 80*
Mitford, Miss, her tragedy of Julian, Newgate, state of, 69
34

Newspapers, French, 90
Mock Suns, 8

Niagara Falls, 27**
Moll, a shoe-maker of Cologne, mur- Nollekens, sculptor, death of, 195
ders his friend Ochs, 131

Norfolk, petition from the county ot,
Monteagudo, Bernardo, minister of

respecting agricultural distress, [2]
Peru, 205*

Norway, population, &c., 321*
Morillo, his defection, (197); takes Norwich, meeting at, for considering
possession of Corunna, [199]

the state of agricultural distress,
Morphine, acetate of, 17*

[2], 5
Mosquera, Joaquin, minister of Co-
lumbia, 205*

Obituary: Lieut. col. Lambton, 188;
Mount Rosa, ascent of, by M. M. Zum.

Dr. Jenner, ib.; Dr. C. Hutton,
stein and Vincent, 290*

189; Mr. Angerstein, ib.; Mrs
Munich, the new court theatre,

Radcliffe, 190;" lord Ashburton,
burnt, 8

191 ; J. P. Kemble, ib.; earl St.
Murders: Madame Jerome, at Paris, Vincent, 192; lord Keith, 193;
(166); Capt. Owen, 2; John Landen,

sir J. Campbell, ib.; E. Christian,
21; James Keys, murdered by his 194; Jos. Nollekens, 195; lord
son, 36 ; murder at Paris, 38; T.

Glenbervie, 196; Octavius, Gil

.
H. Griffiths, shot by his son, 77 ; christ, 199; sir H. Raeburn, ib.;
B. Magrath, 93; Owen M'Adam, duke of Roxburgh, 200; rev. E.
94; Sarah Downe, 95; wife of a Ledwich, 201; R. Bloomfield, 202;
French soldier, 98; Bridget Donal- Brockhaus, ib. ; Earl of Hopetoua,
lan, murdered by her husband, 102 ; 203; Mr. Ricardo, 205; Dr. Baillie

,
the Franks family, 115; Elizabeth

ib.; Pius VII, 208; earl of Bridge-
Anthony, 121 ; murder at Cologne, water, 209 ; lord Chief Baron
131 ; Mr. Weare, 141; Mr. Mumford,

Richards, 210; lord Milford, ibe;
155; M. Honein, by a sentinel at the

gen. Lallemand, 210; G. Belzoni,
Tuilleries, 162; J. Grainge, killed 211
by Mr. Conolly, 165; Hippolyte Ohio, projected junction of, with the
Ballet, 1* ; Mr. and Mrs. Needle,

Chesapeake, 191*
36* ; Mrs. Richards, 4*

[graphic]

Ourrard and Rougemont, respect-
ing the loan in favour of the re-
gency of Spain, 13; Martainville
iroprisoned and fined for an article
in the Drapeau Blane, 24 ; libel in
the Journal de Commerce, 32 ;
trial of the editors, 38; trials of
Blochet, Choffard, Arnout, Evrard,
Diolot, and Claitte, 39; case of se-
duction and attempted suicide, 69;
trial of Begu, and Lafforçade, for
murder, 98; distribution of prizes
for virtuous actions, 111; exhibition
of manufactures, at the Lonvre,
119; trial of a sentinel, V. Simon,
for the murder of M. Honein, 162;
political precaution at the theatres,
164; trial of Castaing, 1o ; ditto of
the widow Boursier, and N. Kos-
tolo

, for murdering the husband of
the former, 19* ; statistical account
of Paris, 324*

Parliament, proceedings in : opening,
(4); king's speech, (0.}; address by
lord Morley, [5); lord Liverpool's
speech, [6]; eir Joseph Yorke's, on
the address. [7]: Mr. Brougham's
speech on the interference of the
continental sovereigns with Spain,
[8]; Mr. Peel's remarks on it,
(15); lord Lansdowne's and Mr.
Brougham's questions to ministers,
[16), (17]; removal of the probibi.
tion of exportation of arms to Spain,
(17); diplomatic papers relative to
France and Spain, [18]; pacific
policy of this country, (25); notion
for the repeal of the Foreign Enlist-
ment Bill, (27); debate in the
Lords on the Spanish negotiations,
[i]; address moved by lord Ellen-
borough disapproving of the con.

Old Bailey,--see Trials, trial of Kraus,

and twenty others, for the murder

of two custom-house officers, 54
Ordnance, parliamentary inquiry re.

specting the office of lieut. gen. of,

[119]
Orea, the ancient town of, discovered

in Scotland, 155
Oxley, Mr., his expedition into the

interior of New South Wales, 75*
Padiham, Water-spout at, 108
· Painting, ancient, of the murder of
archbishop Beckett, discovered, 118

Mr. Haydon's petition to
parliament, 329*
Paris : Tribunal of Correctional Po-

lice, the duke of San Lorenzo v.
Ouvrard and Rougemont, respect -
ing the loan in favour of the re-
gency of Spain, 13; Martainville
imprisoned and fined for an article
in the Drapeau Blanc, 24 ; libel in
the Journal de Commerce, 32 ;
trial of the editors, 38; trials of
Blochet, Choffard, Arnout, Evrard,
Diolot, and Claitte, 39; case of se-
duction and attempted suicide, 89;
trial of Begu, and Lafforçade, for
murder, 98 ; distribution of prizes
for virtuous actions, 111; exhibition
of manufactures, at the Lonvre,
119; trial of a sentinel, V. Simon,
for the murder of M. Honein, 162;
political precaution at the theatres,
164; trial of Castaing, 1* ; ditto of
the widow Boursier, and N. Kos-
tolo, for murdering the husband of
the former, 19* ; statistical account

of Paris, 324*
Parliament, proceedings in: opening,

[4]; king's speech, (ib.); address by
lord Morley, [5); lord Liverpool's
speech, [6]; eir Joseph Yorke's, on
the address. [7]; Mr. Brougham's
speech on the interference of the
continental sovereigns with Spain,
[8]; Mr. Peel's remarks on it,
(15); lord Lansdowne's and Mr.
Brougham's questions to ministers,
[16], (17); removal of the prohibi-
tion of exportation of arms to Spain,
[17]; diplomatic papers relative to
France and Spain, [18]; pacific
policy of this country, (25); inotion
for the repeal of the Foreign Enlist-
ment Bill, [27]; debate in the
Lords on the Spanish negotiations,
(ib.); address moved by lord Ellen-
borough disapproving of the con.

duct'of ministers, (ib.] ; debara in the
commons, on the Spanish neystia-
tions, [28]; chancellor of the tra
chequer's speech, (30); sir J.
Mackintosh's and Mr. Peel's, [32];
sir F. Burdett's, (34); Mr. Can-
ning's justification of the conduct of
ministers in the Spanish negotia-
tions, [37]; Mr. Brougham's unsuc-
cessful reply, (45); Mr. Brownlow's
motion relative to the indictments
for riot at the Dublin theatre, [52];
his motion against Mr. Plunkett,
[53]; Sir F. Burdett's motion for an
inquiry into the conduct of the she-
riff of Dublin, [56]; Irish tithe.
composition bill, [63]; Mr. Hume's
motion against the irish church
establishment, [69]; motion respect-
ing the office of lord lieutenant,
[70];

Catholic question, [73]; fracas
between Messrs. Canning and
Brougham, [76]; bills for confer.
ring the elective franchise on Eng-
lish Catholics, [80]; and for making
them eligible to certain offices,
[81]; lord Colchester's motion re-
specting Catholics, (ib.]: petition for
parliamentary reform, (ib.); Lord J.
Russell's motion respecting ditto.
(ib.); elective franchise in Scotland,
[82] ; election of magistrates for the
borough of Inverness, [83]; im-
provement in the criminal code,
(85); bills for removing capital pu-
nishment from certain offences,
[86]; interment of suicides, [88];
law of principal and factor, (89];
new marriage law, (ib.); court of
chancery, (93); appellate jurisdic-
tion, lib.]; Borthwick's case, [94] :
agricultural distress, [95]; motion
for a reduction in the import price
of corn, [97]; Mr. Western's mo-
tion on the currency, [100]; equit.
able adjustment of contracts, [101];
re-appointment of committee on
Foreign trade, [ib.] ; warehousing
bill, [102]; reciprocity of duties
bill, (103); beer bill, (104); silk
trade, [105]; improved finances of
the country, (107); repeal and di.
minution of several of the assessed
taxes, (108]; error in the statement
respecting the surplus revenue,
(109); contract with the Bank,
(110]; bill regulating the reduction
of the national debt, (111]; budget,
(113); amount of taxes reduced
since the war, (117); Mr. Maber.

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ly's motion respecting the redemp- Porter, commodore, employed to pul
Pun of the land-tax, (118); tax on down piracies in Cuba, 1886
foreign wools, (119); motion re.

Porto Rico, [254]
specting the office of the lieutenant Portsmouth, lord, case of, 25
general of the ordnance, (ib.), New- Portugal: assurance of protection
foundland, New South Wales, &c. from Great Britain, [211]; Ama-
[121] ; proposed equalization of du- rante's insurrection, [212] ; Rego's
ties on East and West Indian sugar, defeat, [ib.]; Amarante retreatsinto
[ib.); Mr. Buxton's motion on the Spain, [213]; arrests at Lisbon,
slave-trade, (127); Mr. Bowring's (ib.); insurrection of the 23rd regt,
imprisonment, [139]; Mrs. Serres's (214); prince Miguel's flight, [i]:
claims, [141]; parliament prorogued King's proclamation, [215]; new
by commission, (144)

ministry, (216); dissolution of the
onzentary Reform, petition for,

,

Cortes, (ib.); sir R. Wilson, (ib.);

French embassy, [ib.]; separation of
Parricide : John Keys, 36; Abel Brazil, [217)-see Brazil; Madeira's
Griffiths, 77

expedition against Bahia, [228];
Parry, capt. his second voyage, 271* suppression of commerce with Por.
Patent, case of infringement of, tried

tugal, suggested by Russia, as a
in King's Bench, 156

measure for inducing it to abolish
Patents, List of, 311*

the Slave-trade, 85%; refuses to
Pepe, gen. ; duel with gen. Caras-

accede to any measures for the
cosa, 25

abolition of slavery, 87*; France not
Persia, Treaty of Peace with Tur.

hostile to Portugal, 147* ; state of
key, [237]; official invitation from education, 328*
the Prince Royal to settlers, 86 Post-office, and mails, of the United
Peru, Abdication of San Martin, States, 190*

[248]; expedition against Canterac, Poyais Settlers, letter from one, 136
[ib.]; successes of the Spaniards, Preacher, female, 69
(ib.), Aguera chosen president, Prices: Stocks, 247; Sugar, Hay, and
(ib.); Lima occupied by Canterac, Wheat, 248; Butcher's Meat, 249
[249]; Dissensions between Aguera Princess Olive,--see Serres.
and the Congress, [ib.]; total defeat Prisons, return of commitments to
of the Royalists, (ib.); Bolivar 251
placed at the head of affairs, [250), Privateering, projected'abolition of,
Aguera taken prisoner, [251]; chil. 185*
dren born of slaves declared free, Prize-poem : Stonehenge, 336

924 ; treaty with Columbia, 204* Probert, W., arrested' for Weare's
Piracies : La Zaragozana, pirate ves- murder, 141
sel, 42; La Gata, ditto, 43; Aaron Prussia : establishment of provincial
Smith, tried for Piracy, 158

assemblies, [174]; edici against
Pius VII., his death, 231 ; memoir secret associations, (ib.); restric-

tions on the Press, (175); measures
Platina, new chemical combination relative to the Slave-trade, 84* :

from, with hydrogen gas, 300* number of students at the universi.
Plunkett, Mr., Attorney Gen. for Ire. ties, 327*

land, his conduct respecting the Public Documents, Domestic, 60* ;
trial of the rioters at Dublin 'I'hea- Foreign, 93*
tre, [51]; Mr. Brownlow's motion

Income, Tables of, 214
against, [53]; opposes Mr. Hume

Offices, increase and diminu.
on the question of the Irish Church tion of salaries, 59*
Establishment, [69]; extract from

Records, 66*
his speech on the Catholic Ques. Putting, French theatrical, 81
tion, (74)
Poetry, 331*

Radcliffe, Mrs., death of, 190
Poison, duelling with, 68

Raeburn, sir H., death of, 199
Polar Sea, capt. Franklin's journey to, Ravenga, Mr., arrest of, 36
251*

Records, Public, evidence on the state
Police, commitments, number of, 253 of, 66*; engrossing bills in the
Porter, quantity of, brewed in London, House of Commons, ib.; the writ.

in 1823, 86

of, 210*

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ing used in the records of the Schools, parochial, in Ireland, 56*
King's-bench and Common-pleas, Scoresby, Mr., on the refraction of
68*; whether rolls or books are light in the Arctic seas, 293* ; ob-
preferable for records, 69* ; the ink servations on the aurora-borealis,
and parchment used, 70*

294* ; experiments relative to mag-
Refraction of light, in the arctic seas, netism by percussion, 299*
293*

Seidlitz powders, infringement of
Reports : on the Agriculture and

patent for, 156
Trade of New South Wales and Serres, Mrs., her claims to be recog.
Van Dieman's Land, 71*; of the nized as princess of Cumberland,
African Institution, 80*

and Mr. Peel's exposure of the im-
Revenue, state of, [115]; Tables of, position, (141] ; meeting for her
214

relief, 108
Ribbandism in Ireland, 5

Sessions, see Assizes.
Ricaree Indians, hostilities with the Shipping, British merchant, increase
United States, [240]; 187*

of, [104]
Richards, sir R.; chief baron, death Ships : capture of La Veloz Mariana,
of, 210

by the Jean Bart, 57
Mrs., murder of, 14*

Shipwrecks : the Windermere of Li.
Richardson, Dr., accompanies captain verpool, 7 ; loss of the Alert packet,

Franklin, 251* ; his separate expe- 39; Brig Robert, of the Isle of Man,
dition, 267* ; shoots Michel, the 66; narrative of the crew of the
Iroquois, 269

Princess of Wales, 144
Riddle, 336*

Shrewsbury, missionary, his meeting,
Riego, his expedition, [200); defeat house destroyed at Barbadoes, and

and capture, (202); death, [210] his escape from the island, [134]
Rome, destruction of St. Paul's, by Shrewsbury, street-preachers at, 70
fire, 89

Siam, Mr. Crawford's mission to, 100
Roxburgh, duke of, death of, 200 Sierra Leone, improved state of, 91*
Rushbearings,
94

Silk-trade, proposed repeal of the
Russia : Mr. Brougham's remarks on Spitalfields Acts, (105)

its conduct towards Spain, [9],[11]; Sinking fund, proposed substitution
its intentions respecting the West. for, (118)
ern Coast of America not known, Slave-trade: Mr. Buxton's motion for
(179]; interview between the em- its abolishment in the British Colo-
peror and the emperor of Austria, nies, [127]; the resolutions pro-
(ib.); commercial transactions with posed by ministers, [130]; lord
Spain and Portugal forbidden, 48; Bathurst's circular to the West-India
claims of exclusive jurisdiction on colonies, (ib.) note ; negotiations re-
the north-west coast of America, specting, at the Congress of Verona,
52 ; finances, 153* ; population, &c. 80* ; measures advised for checking
328*

the contraband trade carried on
Russian
voyage of discovery, 291* under the French tlag, 82*; policy

of Prussia and Russia, 84* ; little
St. Vincent, earl, death of, 92; Me- hope of suppression of slavery, 87* ;
moir of, 220*

capture of French and Spanish slave-
Salaberry, De, Steam-boat, fire on ships, 88* ; ameliorated condition of
board, 71

slaves in Ceylon, 89* ; activity of
Salaries in public offices, increase and sir R. T. Farquhar in abolishing
diminution of, 59*

slavery in the Isle of France, &c.,
San Miguel, Spanish Minister, coil- 90* ; state of the slave-trade in

ference with sir W. A'Court, re. Bourbon and Madagascar, ib. ; Zan.
specting the course likely to be pur- guebar, 91* ; Peru, children born of
sued by Great Britain with respect

slaves declared free, 92* ; Societies
to Spain, 116", 119* ; letter to ditto, formed for the abolition of the
123*

slave-trade, ib. ; Dr. Lushington's
Sarepta, conflagration at, 106

bill, 93* ; proscription of slavery,
Savary, gen. (duke of Rovigo), ac- proposed by the United States,
count of the death of the duc D'Eng-

185*
bien, 242*

Smith, missionary, imprisoned and

tried at Demerara, for conspiring [203] ; Milan's victory over the
with the revolted slaves, (137); his French, [204]; duke of Angou-
death, (ib.)

lême before Cadiz, (ib.); his corre-
Somerset, lord Fitzroy, sent with spondence with Ferdinand, (205);
a confidential communication to capture of the Trocadero, (206) ;
Spain, [23], 118* ; duke of Wel-

negotiations, [207]; Ferdinand re-
lington's memorandum to, 116* ; let. pairs to the head quarters of the
ter to Mr. Canning, 132*

French, [ib). ; surrender of Cadiz,
Snow-houses, 258*, 273*

(208); and of various fortresses, (il.);
Somnambulism, extraordinary case of, termination of the campaign, (ib.);
133

Ferdinand's decree against the Con-
South Polar ocean, discoveries in, 291* stitutionalists, [209]; Riego's exe-
Spain : Mr. Brougham's speech on the cution, [210); change in the minis.
interference of the continental So- try, (ib.); war declared by Mexico,
vereigns, [8]; discussions in par- [243]; operation in Columbia,-see
liament respecting Spain, (15); re- Columbia; diplomatic correspond.
peal of the prohibition of the ex. ence respecting the relations be-
portation of arms ihither, [17]; di- tween Spain and France, 93;
plomatic papers relative to France dispatch of the Minister for fo-
and Spain, laid before parliament, reign Affairs, to M. de Column
[18]; debate on the Spanish nego- 104* ; conduct of Great Britain
tiations, (28); state of feeling in in a rupture between France and
England, towards Spain, (47]; de- Spain, 130* ; capture and destruc-
bates in the French chamber rela- tion of British vessels, 148* ; reply
tive to war with, [151]; proceedings to the French Ministry, 151*:
of the Cortes respecting the coni- notes to the Chargés d'Affaires,
munication from the Holy Alliance, at the different Courts, 156* ; Ad-
[181]; the king's reply to the ad- dress voled by the Cortes to the
dress of the Cortes, [182]; proceed- king, 157*; proclamation of the
ings of the Cortes after the com- duke of Angoulên:e, 158*; king's
munication of the king of France's speech at closing the Session of
speech, [183]; close of the extraor. 1823, 160* ; reply of the President
dinary Cortes, (ib.); operations of of the Cortes, 163*; king's procla-
Mina, (184); Bessieres and Ulman mation before quitting Cadiz, 165* ;
march on Madrid, [ib.) ; but retreat, preliminary convention with Bue.
(185); Ulman enters Valencia, [ibo]; nos Ayres, 196*
the king refuses to transfer the Spanish Subscription Fancy Bull, and
government from Madrid, (ib. ;] Covent Garden, 85
changes in the ministry,[186]; open Spanish and Portuguese Ambassadors,
ing of the Cortes, [187]; removal of entertainment given to, 28
the king and Cortes to Seville, [188]; Spanish Slave Ships, capture of, 88*,89*
military preparations, (ib.); con- Sparrows, utility of, in destroying ca-
mencement of the campaign, [189]; terpillars, 303
blockade of San Sebastian, (190); Speech, King's, at the opening of par-
march of the French on Madrid, liament, [1]; of the king of France,
(191); operations in Catalonia, (ib.); (149); of the king of Sweden at the
Bessieres' attack on Madrid, [192]; close of the Diet, 151*
regency established at

Madrid, Spinach, New Zealand, 307*
[193]; treachery of Abisbal, [191]Statistics : Paris, 324, Sweden an
proceedings of the Cortes, at Seville, Norway, 327* ; Russia, 328* ; Por.
(ib.); removal of the king to Cadiz,

tugal, ib.
(195); Bourck's operations against Steam, poultry hatched by, 310*
the Constitutionalists, [197]; Mo. Stock in trade, liability of, to poor's
rillo's defection, (ib.); Corunna at-

rates, 76
tacked by Bourek, (198); entered Stockholm, fictitious orders to gev.
by Morillo, (199); reverses of the Gefle, &c., put into the post, 30
Constitutionalists, (ib.); defection of Stocks, 247
Ballasteros (200); Riego's expedi- Stoffel, Philip, tried for murder of
tion, (ib.); his defeat and capture, Mrs. Richards, 41*
[202]; blockade of Barcelona, Stonehenge, prize poem, 363*

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