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Bridges and roads, Highland, report con-
cerning, III. 43.
Brougham's, Mr, speech on the opening
of Parliament, I. 16. Speech in defence
of the Catholic Association, 59. Mo-
tion that the delegates from the Asso-
ciation be heard at the bar, 60. Speech
against disfranchising the Irish forty-
shilling freeholders, 87. Allusion to
the Duke of York's sentiments on
emancipation, 89. Speech on the state
of church property in Ireland, 147.
Brougham, Mr, dinner to, in Edinburgh,
III. 128. Elected Lord Rector of the
University of Glasgow, 251. His in-
augural speech, 254.
Budget, the, I. 106.

Burdett's, Sir Francis, speech in favour of
the Catholic Association, I. 55. Speech
in favour of Catholic Emancipation,
27. Motion for a committee on the
subject, 75.

Burmese war, see India.


Caledonian canal, substance of the twenty-
second report of the commissioners of
the, III. 41.

Canadian chiefs introduced to the King,
III. 134.

Canning's, Mr, speech in reply to Mr
Brougham, at the opening of Parlia-
ment, I. 20. Speech against the Ca-
tholic Association, 56. Speeches in fa-
vour of Catholic emancipation, 75, 93.
Carlisle, the late Earl of, biographical
account of, III. 212.

Catholic Association in Ireland, debates

in Parliament on the motion for put-
ting it down, 26. Bill received the
royal assent, 65. Its enactments, ib.
Dissolves itself in obedience to the act;
but is reconstituted on a new plan, 67.
Meetings of the Association, III. 109,
122, 127.

Catholic emancipation, reasons of the slow
progress it has made, I. 68. The whole
argument regarding it within a nut-
shell, 71. Its discussion in Parliament,
72. Provisions of bill for, in the House
of Commons, 80. Bill passed the Com-
mons by a majority of 21, 93-but re-
jected in the Lords, by a majority of
48, 103.

Catholics, aggregate meetings of, in Ire-
land, III. 123, 151. Meeting of the
English, ib.

Cats, curious charge for the maintenance
of, III. 157.

Chancellor's, the Lord, speech against
the Catholic relief bill, I. 104.
Chester's, Bishop of, speech in defence of
the bishops, and against the Catholic
relief bill, I. 96.
China, II. 63.

Chronicle, Political, or record of public
documents, III. 3, 69.

Chronicle, Legal, or record of remarkable

trials and law proceedings, III. 70, 107.
Chronicle, General, or record of miscella
neous events, III. 108, 172.
Chronicle, Biographical, or account of
eminent persons deceased during the
year, III. 173, 223.

Chronicle, Ecclesiastical, III. 224, 250.
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
ties, 231.

Church Patronage, meeting of society for
improving, III. 247.

Churches, Highland, report concerning,

III. 42.

Climate and vegetable productions of the
Hudson's bay countries, II. 3.
Cochrane's, Lord, visit to Edinburgh, III.

Colchester's, Lord, speech against the
Catholic relief bill, I. 93.
Colombia, see America.

Combination laws, consequences of their
repeal, 133. New enactment regarding
them, 134.
Comet steam-boat, trial of the master and

pilot of, for culpable homicide, III. 99.
Account of the loss of the, 166.
Commerce and navigation, state of, 115.
New regulations proposed by Mr Hus-
kisson, 121. Measures for regulating
commerce with the colonies, 127. Ex-
cise duties on British spirits, 128. Laws
relating to factors, 130. Measures re-
lating to navigation, ib. Trading com-
panies, 181. Bonded grain, &c. i
Regulations of cotton-mills and fac-
tories, ib. Postages and newspaper
`stamps, 132. Equalization of the cur-
rency, ib.

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Commercial Treaties between Britain and
Denmark, III. 59. With Hanover, 61.
With Buenos Ayres, 62. With Rus-
sia, 65.

Coronation of the King of France, Charles
X., III. 139.

Courts of justice, acts passed for regula-
ting and improving the, I. 136.


Dawson's, Mr G. speech against the Ca-
tholic Association, I. 47.
Deaths, III. 321, 352.

Deccan Prize Money, III. 118.
Denman's, Mr, speech in favour of the
Catholic Association, I. 34.

Desperate attack on a revenue party, III.


Donoughmore, biographical account of
the late Earl of, III. 218.
Duel at Paris, III. 151.


Ecclesiastical Chronicle, III, 224, 250.
Edinburgh Theatres, case decided in the
Court of Session regarding the rights
of, III. 77.

Edinburgh, dinner given to Mr Brougham
in, III. 128. Sermon by a young Lady
in the Caledonian Theatre, 136. Meet-
ing to establish a new Infirmary in, 137.
New Courts Bill, 146. Disbursements
of the Committee for relief of sufferers
by the late fires, 168. Dinner to Mr
Hume, 169.

Education in Ireland, report of the Com-
'missioners of, III. 11.

Empecinado, execution of the, III. 159.
Enniskillen, dreadful accident there, III.


Expedition, Captain Franklin's, to the
Hudson's bay territories, facts collect-
ed during, II. 3. The northern, 57.
Russian, along the northern shores of
Siberia, 60.

Explosion of Stobbs' powder mills, III.
121, Dreadful one at Cults, 163.


Faculty of Advocates, resolutions of, re-

garding the Scotch Judicature Bill, III.


Fife Cause, trial of, in the Jury Court,
III. 90.

Fisheries, Irish, report of the Commis-
sioners of, III. 28.

Finance, state of the, I. 106. Chancellor
of the Exchequer's statement, ib. Navy
and army estimates, 110. Ordnance
estimates, 111. Miscellaneous services,
112. Repeal of part of the assessed
taxes, 115. Of duties on wine, ib.
Reduction of duties on coffee and hemp,

Fight between the lion Nero and six
dogs, III. 152. Between the lion Wal-
lace and six dogs, 155.

Fire, destruction of the Kent East India-
man by, III. 125.

Foote, Miss, her re-appearance at Covent
Garden Theatre, III. 119.
Foster's, Mr L., speech against the Ca-
tholic Association, I. 29.

France, I. 176. Opening of the Legisla-
tive Chambers, 178. Speech of the
King. 179. Addresses in answer to the
speech, 180. Civil list, ib. Discus-
sions on the law for establishing nun-
neries, 181. Debates on the law for
punishing sacrilege, 184. Law for in-
demnifying emigrants, 186. Discus-
sions upon it, 189. Measure for re-
ducing the rentes carried by a great
majority, 193. The Budget, 194. Dis-
cussions upon it, 195. Coronation of
the King, 196. Recognition of the in-
dependence of Hayti, 197. Proceed-
ings against the press in defence of the
Jesuits, ib. Decision in its favour, 199.
Coronation of Charles X. III. 139.
Fuseli, Henry, Esq. biographical account
of, III. 204.

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Glasgow, barbarous murder there, III.


Glasgow, meetings of the Presbytery of,
III. 245. Mr Brougham elected Lord
Rector of the College of, 251.
Goulburn's, Mr, speech on the Catholic
Association, I. 26. Motion for decla-
ring it unlawful, 28.

Great Britain, official value of its exports
in the three years ending 10th October,
1822, 1823, and 1824, 6. Average
prices of grain in each quarter, from
January 5, 1815, to January 5, 1825,
7. Average prices of wheat in each
year, from 5th January, 1819, to
1825, 8. Average prices in England
and Wales in the years from 15th
March, 1823 and 1824, ib. The same
in Ireland, ib.-and in Scotland, 9.
British and foreign tonnage cleared
outwards, for the year ending 5th Ja-
nuary, 1825, 56. Value of exports and
imports, during each of the three years
ending 5th January, 1825, 58.
Greece, affairs of, I. 226. Jealousies and
discords of its rulers, ib. Defeat of the
army at Modon, 227. Navarino taken
possession of by the Egyptian army,
229. Revolution in Greek politics, ib.
Defeat of the Egyptian army at Myli,


Action before Tripolitza, 232.
Disheartening state of affairs, ib. Con-
duct of the French and American agents,
233. Siege of Missolonghi, ib. De-
feat of the Turks there, 234. State of
the war in the Morea, 235. Exchange
of prisoners, 236. Assault on Misso-
longhi repelled by the Greeks, 237.
Grey's, Earl, speech in favour of the Ca-
tholic Relief Bill, I. 93,

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Hanover, proclamation of equality in
civil and religious rights in, III. 108.
Harrowby's, Earl of, speech in favour of
the Catholic Relief Bill, I. 103.
Hastings, the Marquis of, resolution of
the East India Directors respecting, III.
120. Return of, from Malta, 144. Re-
turn of, to Loudon Castle, 157. Dinner
given to, by the county of Ayr, 160.
Highland churches, substance of first re-
port of the Commissioners for, III. 42.
Highland roads and bridges, substance of

eleventh report of the Commissioners
for, III. 43.

Highland Society of Scotland, anniver-
sary meeting, III. 111.

Hudson's bay countries, on the climate
and vegetable productions of, II. 3.
Table showing the temperature in va-
rious latitudes, 5. Distribution of heat
in different seasons, 7. Various other
tables, 8-33.

Hungary. See Austria.
Hume, Mr, elected Rector of the Mari-
schal College, Aberdeen, III. 125.
Hume's, Mr, motion regarding church
property in Ireland, I. 147.
Huskisson's, Mr, measures for regulating
commerce and navigation, I. 121.
Speech on the Corn Laws, 145.


India, state of affairs in, I. 157. Pro-
gress of the Burman war, 158. Ma-
rine attack upon Donoobew, 161. Its
means of defence, 162. Death of Ban-
doolah, the Burman chief, and cap-
ture of Donoobew, 164. Advance
upon Prome, ib.; and capture without
resistance, 165. Negotiations for
peace, 168. War resumed by the Bur-
mese, 170; who are routed with great
slaughter, near Prome, 171. Advance
of the British army upon the Burman
capital, 173.
Conclusion of a truce,


Infirmary, meeting in Edinburgh to es-
tablish a new, III. 137.
Ireland, official value of its exports and
imports, III. 5. Average prices of
grain in the years ending 15th March
1824 and 1825, 8. Report of the com-
missioners of education, 11. Report of
commissioners of fisheries, 28. Of the
select committee on the linen trade, 33.
Tables of the population, &c. in 1813
and 1821,38. Proportions of inhabitants
professing different religious creeds in
each province, 40. Linen cloth export-
ed from, 51. British and foreign ton-
nage cleared outwards from, for the
year ending 5th January 1825, 57.
Value of exports and imports during
each of the three years ending 35th Ja-
nuary, 1825, 58. Visit of Sir Walter
Scott to, 157.

Joint-stock company speculations, extra-

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Lansdown's, Marquis of, speech in favour
of Catholic emancipation, I. 98.
Launch of the Princess Charlotte at Ports-
mouth; dreadful accident, III. 161.
Layard, Major-General, trial of, for as-
sault, III. 76.

Legal Chronicle, III. 70, 107.
Leith Docks, III. 144.

Linen Trade of Ireland, report of the se-
lect committee on the, III. 33.
Literary Chronicle, III. 251, 266.
Liverpool's, Lord, speech on the Catho-
lic Association bill, I. 63. Speech
against Catholic emancipation, 99.
London Bridge, new, foundation-stone
of, laid, III. 146.

London banks, failures in, III. 172.
Loss of the great American timber-ship,
Columbus, III. 138. Of the great tim-
ber-ship, the Baron of Renfrew, 164..


Macdonald, Marshal, III. 146. His ar-
rival at Inverness, 149.

Mackintosh's, Sir J., speech in defence of
the Catholic Association, I. 50. Speech
on Mr Brougham's election as Rector
of the College of Glasgow, III. 252.
Mail coaches in Scotland, III. 45.
Man, Isle of, imports into, not excisable,
III. 46. Riots in the, 167.
Marriages, III. 307, 321.
Mechanics' Subscription Library in Edin-
burgh, III. 136.

Menzies, Thomas, trial of, for assaulting
Mr Auld, III. 89.
Mexico. See America.

Murder, barbarous one at Hillsborough,
III. 170. In Glasgow, ib.
Murray, Robert, trial of, for robbing the
Stirling mail, III. 83.

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House of Commons, 80. Its provi-
sions, ib. Debate on measure for re-
gulating Irish freeholders, 86. Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer's statement of
the finances, 106. Army and navy es-
timates, 110. Ordnance estimates, 111.
Miscellaneous services, 112. Reduc-
tion of assessed taxes, and repeal of du-
ties on wines, 115. Measures for re-
gulating commerce, 121. Statements
of Mr Huskisson on the subject, ib.
Commerce with the colonies, 127. Ex-
cise duties on British spirits, 128.
Laws relating to factors, 130. Mea-
sures relating to navigation, ib.
ding companies, 131. Bonded grain,
&c. ib. Regulations of cotton-mills,


Postages and newspaper stamps,
132. Equalization of the currency, ib.
Act regarding the combination-laws,


Acts for reforming abuses in
courts of justice, 136. Laws relating
to jurors and juries, ib. Returns of
jurors in criminal trials in Scotland,
138. Fees and salaries of officers in
the Courts of King's Bench and Com-
mon Pleas, &c. ib. Acts relative to
inferior courts in Scotland, ib. Pu-
nishment for sedition and blasphemy
in Scotland, 139. Act for regulating
processes in the Court of Session, ib.;
and the Jury Court, Scotland, 140.
Irish Courts, ib. Discussion on pro-
posed bill for allowing marriages in
Unitarian chapels, 142. Debates on
the corn-laws, 143. Discussion regard-
ing state of the Irish church, 147.
Parnell's, Sir H., speech in favour of the
Catholic Association, I. 28.
Parr, Rev. Dr Samuel, biographical ac-
count of, III. 193.

Peel's, Mr, speech against the Catholic
Association, I. 31. Speeches against
Catholic Emancipation, 78, 85.
Peru, see America.

Plunkett's, Mr, speech against the Catho
lic Association, I. 38. Speech in fa-
vour of Catholic Emancipation, 76.
Poland, see Russia.

Political Chronicle, III. 3, 69.
Population, &c. of Ireland in 1813 and
1821, III. 38.

Portugal, discord in the cabinet of, I.
203. Conspiracy for dethroning the
King of, ib. Independence of Brazils
acknowledged by, 204.

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Russia, state of, I. 216. Opening of the
Polish Diet, ib. Illness of the Emperor
Alexander, 217. His death, 218; and
character, ib. The Archduke Nicho-
las resigns the succession in favour of
Constantine, 221; who refuses the
throne, 222. Nicholas proclaimed Em-
peror, ib. Insurrection of the troops
in favour of Constantine, ib. Suppress-
ed by Nicholas, 223. His clemency to
the rebels, ib. Constantine swears fide-
lity to his brother, 224. Rebellion in
the provinces suppressed, ib.


Salmon, and the salmon-fisheries, facts
established by the Parliamentary re-
port on, II. 34. Habits of the fish, 35.
Grilse, trout, 36. Whitings, 37. Par,
38. Habits of the salmon, ib. Mode
of spawning, 43. Kelts, 44. Coble-
nets, angling, mill-races, eel-weirs, 48.
"Poaching, 50. Stake-nets, 51. Increase
of seals and grampuses, the natural
enemies of salmon, 53. Changes requi-
site in the fishing system, ib. Close time,
ib. Stake-nets in estuaries and on the
sea-shore, 54. Removal of obstruc-
tions, 56. Punishment of poachers, ib.
Salmon fisheries, first report of Select
Committee on, III. 51. Second report,


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