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Disturbances in the manufacturing districts, to Mr Tierney on the affairs of the Bank,
remarks on, I. 223. Brought before Par- 137.
liament, l. 100.
the abolition of the office of the two Lay Finances, state of the, 1. 36. Financial ar-
rangements, 42. Sinking fund, 44.
estimates, 70. Navy estimates, 81. Ord-
count of, I. 306. Birth, ib. Eniers as cise duties bill, 100. Army extraordina-
Fitzclarence, Lieut.-Colonel, his journey
overland from India, I. 350.
Fitzwilliam, Earl, dismissed from his situs-
tion of Lord Lieutenant of the West Ri.
policy of the Marquis of Hastings, ib. in Parliament, I. 209.
question, f. 190.
curious case pending in, respecting patent Fraud, punishment of, II. 280.
France, debt of, I. 65. Sinking fund of, ib.
George, trial of, for the murder of Isabella Legislative Body, 258. Resolutions on
Peers, 258. Debate on, ib. carried,
Meeting of the County Gentlemen of, for puties, ib. Rejected, 263. Laws relative
ed in both Chambers, 266. The Budget,
parties at the close of the session, 969
try organized, II. 263. Fortresses to be
Fualdès, a second trial relative to the assas-
Bank re-triction, 1. 146.
Mr Tierney, I. 42. Motion on the finan.
Germany, deliberations of the diet, I. 278. Moves for the re-appointment of the Com-
General state of affairs, 280, Assassina- mittee, 256.
the Manchester sufferers, II. 384. Let.
tent to murder, II. 60. Guilty, 62. Sen. Hesse-Darmstadt, disturbances in, I. 286.
of, II. 219.
of Jerusalem, arrives at Oxford, II. 293. Hoax, Philosophical, II. 290.
Object of his journey, ib. Success, 297. Hobhouse, Mr J. Cam, committed to New-
Disturbances 248. Circumstances attending the arrest
of, II. 403.
the publisher of his history
ed by the Court of Assize, II. 389.
ments bill, I. 155.-On the nature of pu..
the Ex-King of, lives in retirement
House of Commons, I. 221.
tablishment of the country, I. 79. Sug- tablishment, I. 34. Reply to Mr Bennet,
Hunt, Henry, the notorious, addresses a let.
Conduct at the Smithfield meeting, 339.-
Johaston, Moorebouse and others,
tion, I. 195. Speech at the re-assembling Hume, Mr, bis speech on the Army estimates,
Huskisson, Mr, his speech on the finances,
Hyposulphurons acid, and its combinations
I. 335. Formation of hyposulphite of
Jime. 336.-Of potash, ib. Of soda, ib.
-Of ammonia, 337.-Of barytes, ib.
Of strontian, ib. Of magnesia, ib.
of lead, ib. Of silver, ib. — Of mer.
restriction, I. 164.
Aberdeen, 1. 250. Motion respecting the Jamaica, a curious contest between the House
Jews, persecution of the, at Copenhagen, JI.
Lansdown, Marquis of, speech at the open-
the late military affairs in, II. 279. ing the state of the country, 236.
Lamb, the Hon. G. elected member of Par-
occasioned thereby, ib.
Light and beat, I. 334.
Spain, 246. Germany, 247. Prussia, 249.
J., trial of, for sedition, II. 3. Guilty, 5. Greece, 251.
Parliament, I. 11. Bill for vesting the
of Sweden, his arrival in Edinburgh, II. Highness the Duke of York, 17. Speech
on the Earl of Harrowby's motion respect-
ing the Bank, 155. Opinion on the in-
crease of crimes, 161.
Riots at, II. 326.
count of, I. 307. Early indications of 517. Marriages, 521. Deaths, 528.
Mackintosh, Sir James, motion for certaia
land, I, 161. Motion on the criminal laws
164. Speech on the question of neutrality,
dition, 11. 405. Is outlawed for non-ap- Macglashan e, the Duke of Atholl, II. 161.
Macgregor, General, his defeat by the Spa-
niards, II. 338. Fails in another expedi. cute a prisoner with his own band, I. 303.
A furious enemy to the Catholic religion,
ib. General view of his history of the
House of Lords on the re-assembling of Mysterious occurrence, II. 320.
Parliament, I. 229.
I. 69. On the malt-tax, 93.
Mr Oxley, I. 352.
Newfoundland, a destructive fire at St John's,
count of, I. 312. Unitarian in principle, New publications, list of, II. 497.
Norbury, Lord, his address at the Mullingar
ceedings against, in the King's Bench, for Norcott, Colonel, abandons Macgregor, and
exposes him, II. 406.
sanity, ib. Prevalence of scarlatina epi. 385.
O'Neil, Miss, married to William Wrizon
Oldham, inquest on the body of Lees at, II.
of King's Bench, II. 401.
II. 62. Not guilty, 65.
332. Mathematical talents, ib. Created bis plan for aineliorating the condition of
Palmer, John, biographical account of, I.
304. Sent to London to procure an act of
of, I. 303. A member of the Irish Par- theatre at Bath, ib. Returns with a patent
tween different parts of the country, ib.
ib. Rise of his family, ib. His death, 305.
I. 70. Replies to the speeches of several
Motion carried, 31, Report
Motion relative to
Plan for carry-
Sir H. Parnell's motion, 105. Debate on