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CHAP. IX.

Affairs of the Netherlunds.-Union of the Seventeen Provinces under the

Prince of Orange as King, completed.-Nero Constitution.- Protest of
the Belgian Prelates.--Inauguration of the king.Procceuings of tke
States-General.-Murriage of the hereditary Prince of Orange to u

Sister of the Emperus of Russia.

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Price v. Worthington.-Validity of a Will

253

Yapp v. Saunders. The same

259

Chalmers v. Catherwood.-The same

201

Higgin v. Harrison. The same

262

Hendy v. Hendy.-The sume

263

Shudwell v. Shadwell. The same

263

Sherard v. Sherard.- Appointment of Executors

266

Henshaw v. Atkinson.-Validity of a Will and Codicils

267

Barford v. White.Posthumous Child

271

Taylor v. Diplock.Question of Survivorship

272

Attorney-Gen. v. Mills and Freeman.Device not perfected

274

Fellows v. Stewart.-Fraudulent Marriage

Stallwood v. Tredger.-Marriage disputed

279

283

Earl of Roseberry v. Countess of Roseberry.-Crim. Con.

Bennett v. Underhill.Liability for apparent Wife

286

Sir F. M. Stanley y. Hodgson.-A racing wager

288

Ditchlurn v. Goldsmith.--Wager relative to Johanna Southcott

289

King v. Wraxall.-Libel

290

Duke de Sorentino y. Lord Blayney.--Libel

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293

Burgess v. Clements.- Responsibility of an Innkeeper

295

Halman v. Whitmore.-Insurance cause

296

King v. Howell and Izard - Conspiracy to injure a Bank

298

M. Kellar v. Bellamy.- Recovery of a sum invested in the Bank

299

300

Gas Light Company prosecuted for a Nuisance

Holt v. Meadowcroft.-- Diverting water from a Mill

303

Lord le Despenser v. Eveleigh.— Tithe Cause -

304

Earl of Cholmondeley v. Lord Clinton.-Question respecting a So-

licitor

305

Baillie v. Warden.-Action for false imprisonment

307

Lamont, a Catholic priest, indicted for celebrating a Marriage

Dr. Troy and the Dublin Grand Jury.--Dismissal of Chaplain to a

Gaol

311

Trial of John Blackburn, for forging Stamps

312

310

Trial of Bagnall and Sons for counterfeiting Bank Dollar Tokens

Abstract

309

Corrention lictreen Great Brilain and the United Netherlands

345

Declaration aguinst the Rajah of Nepaul

346

Treaty of Peace between Great Britain and the United States of Ame-

rica

352

Declaration of !he Allied Powers relative to the Slave Trade

358

Note from the Plenipotentiaries of the king of Naples

360

American President's Message to Congress

301
Napoleon to the French Proplo

303
Note from the king of Saxony to the Allied Powers

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Declaration of the Allied. Powers against Buonaparte

356

Treaties between Great Britain and Austria, Russia and Prussia 317

Proclamation of the King of Naples

369

Leliers from M. de Caulincourt lo Lord Castlcreagh

371

Answer from Lord Custlercash, axil Letter of Lord Clancarty

373

Proclamation by the King of Prussia

375

Proclamation of the Emperor of Austria

376

Proclamation of the Prince of Orange

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ndilitional Convention between Great Britain and Prussia

377

Proclamation of Ferdinand IV. King of the Tiro Sicilies

378

Declaration by Louis XVIII.

379

Nole of the Allied Powers to the Swiss Dict

380

Ansicr to the above

382

Proclamution of the King of Prussia on resuming his Polish provinces 383

Treaty of Peace vetween Saxony and Prussia

384

Proclamation of the King of Prussia to his Saron Suljects

386

sidress of the king of Suxony to the same

387

Prussian Decree respecting the Representation of the People

387

Protest of the Spanish Ambussador at l'icuna

389

German act of Confederation

300

Diike of Wellington's Proclamation in France

302

Buonaparte's Declaration to the French

302

Proclamation of Louis XVIII. on his return

303
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