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Bridges and roads, Highland, report con- Catholics, aggregate meetings of, in Ire-
land, III. 123, 151. Meeting of the
of Parliament, I. 16. Speech in defence Cats, curious charge for the maintenance
of church property in Ireland, 147. Chronicle, Political, or record of public
III. 128. Elected Lord Rector of the Chronicle, Legal, or record of remarkable
Chronicle, General, or record of miscella-
neous events, III. 108, 172.
the Catholic Association, I. 55. Speech eminent persons deceased during the
Chronicle, Literary, III. 251, 266.
Church of Scotland, proceedings of the
General Assembly of the, III. 224.
Administration of the Sacrament, 225.
Case of Little Dunkeld, 227. Plurali-
second report of the commissioners of improving, III. 247.
Churches, Highland, report concerning,
Climate and vegetable productions of the
Brougham, at the opening of Parlia- Cochrane's, Lord, visit to Edinburgb, III.
, Lord, speech against the
Combination laws, consequences of their
in Parliament on the motion for pute them, 134.
kisson, 121. Measures for regulatin;
cise duties on British spirits, 128. Laws
relating to factors, 130. Measures Tes
stamps, 132. Equalization of the cur-
Commercial Treaties between Britain and garding the Scotch Judicature Bill, III.
sioners of, III. 28.
of the Exchequer's statement, ib. Navy
estimates, 111. Miscellaneous services,
112. Repeal of part of the assessed
taxes, 115. Of duties on wine, ib.
Fight between the lion Nero and six
dogs, III. 152. Between the lion Wal-
Fire, destruction of the Kent East India-
Foote, Miss, her re-appearance at Covent
Foster's, Mr L., speech against the Ca-
tholic Association, I. 29.
tive Chambers, 178. Speech of the
King. 179. Addresses in answer to the
speech, 180. Civil list, ib. Discus-
Court of Session regarding the rights punishing sacrilege, 184. Law for in-
demnifying emigrants, 186. Discus-
in, III. 128. Sermon by a young Lady ducing the rentes carried by a great
Jesuits, ib. Decision in its favour, 199.
Fuseli, Henry, Esq. biographical account
Hudson's bay territories, facts collecte General Chronicle, III. 108, 172.
Geographical discoveries, 11.57. Northern
Arctic land expedition, 59. Melville
Island in the Gulf of Carper taria, ib.
Russian expedition along the northern
shores of Siberia, 60. Subsidence of
Glasgow, barbarous murder there, III. eleventh report of the Commissioners
for, III. 43.
III. 245. Mr Brougham elected Lord sary meeting, III. 111.
Hudson's bay countries, on the climate
Association, I. 26. Motion for decla- Table showing the temperature in va-
rious latitudes, 5. Distribution of heat
in the three years ending 10th October, tables, 8-33.
Average prices in England Huskisson's, Mr, measures for regulating
rine attack upon Donoobew, 161. Its
means of defence, 162. Death of Ban-
Action before Tripolitza, 232. mese, 170; who are routed with great
longhi repelled by the Greeks, 237. Irelanı, official value of its exports and
grain in the years ending 15th March
missioners of education, 11. Report of
commissioners of fisheries, 28. Of the
s lect committee on the linen trade, 33.
civil and religious rights in, III. 108. and 1821,38. Proportions of inhabitants
each province, 40. Linen cloth export-
the East India Directors respecting, III. nage cleared outwards from, for the
given to, by the county of Ayr, 160. each of the three years ending 5th Ja-
nuary, 1825, 58. Visit of Sir Walter
ordinary rage for, I. 149. Number Mackintosh's, Sir J., speech in defence of
Marriages, III. 307, 321.
burgh, III. 136.
gulating proceedings in the Courts of, Mr Auld, III.89.
Mexico. See America.
Murder, barbarous one at Hillsborough,
III. 170. In Glasgow, ib.
Murray, Robert, trial of, for robbing the
Alderman Cox, III. 73. Riots on his
Navy estimates, 1. 110.
dogs, at Warwick, III. 152.
134. His levee, 135. Visit to Drury proselytising spirit of the Catholic
priesthood in, I. 213. Remonstrances
of the States-General, ib. Finance,
214. Insurrections in Java, ib.
New Courts bill, Edinburgh, III. 146.
New publications, III. 267, 298.
mouth ; dreadful accident, III. 161. missioners of, III. 45.
O'Connell, Mr, indictment against him
by the grand jury, 71.
lic Association bill, I. 63. Speech III. 162.
against Catholic emancipation, 99.
Columbus, III. 138. Of the great tim- 5. The Tories, 7. Liberality of the
ment, King's speech, 12. Debates on
the address, 14. Debates on the Irish
Catholic Association, 26. Debates on
emancipating Catholics, read in the
House of Commons, 80. Its provis Powder-mills at Stobbs destroyed by ex-
Bonded grain, III. 3. Expenditure, 4.
Acts relative to character, ib. The Archduke Nicho-
ed by Nicholas, 223. His clemency to
ing state of the Irish church, 147.
established by the Parliamentary te
Association, I. 31. Speeches against Grilse, trout, 36. Whitings, 37. Par,
38. Habits of the salmon, ib. Mode
of spawning, 43. Kelts, 44. Coble-
lic Association, I. 38. Speech in fa- *Poaching, 50. Stake-nets, 51. Increase
vour of Catholic Emancipation, 76. of seals and grampuses, the natural
enemies of salinon, 53. Changes requi-
site in the fishing system, ib. Close time,
sea-shore, 54. Removal of obstruc-
203. Conspiracy for dethroning the Salmon fisheries, first report of Select