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Convention between his Britannic Majesty and the United States

of America ............................................................... 120

Proclamation in the name of his Majesty George III., of the

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Major.

General Ralph Darling, commanding in the Island of Mau-

ritius, &c. .........................

......................................... 122

Proclamation by his Royal Highness the Prince Regent ............ 124

Thanks of the Prince Regent to the Manchester Magistrates and

Yeomanty .....................................

126

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Papers relating to the Congress at Aix-la-Chapelle ................... ibid

Ordinance of the Senate of Lubeck .................................... 137

Ordinance of the King of Spain addressed to the Prime Minister

and General Secretary of State ...........

............, ibid

Treaty between the States of Buenos Ayres and Chili........ ...... 139

Report on the Seminole War.- United States... Senate in Congress 141

Proclamation by Lord Cochrane, Vice- Admiral of Chili, Admiral

and Commander-in-Chief of the Ships and Vessels of the States 154

Substance of the Convention concluded between Norway and Den.

mark ................................................................... ibid

Propositions of the Minister of his Imperial and Royal Apostolic

Majesty, President of the Germanic Diet, to the Diet sitting at

Frankfort ........................................

................................ 155

Edict of Censorship for the Kingdom of Hanover ...................... 156

Prussian Edict of Censorship................

157

Decree of Regulation for Provisionai Execution relative to Ar-

ticle 2 of the Act of Confederation ..................................... 158

Provisional Decree relative to the Measures to be taken concerning

the Universities .........................

159

Decree relative to the Measures for preventing the Abuses of the

Press

Decree

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ibid

....... 188

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REMARKABLE TRIALS AND LAW CASES.

Dring v. Campbell ..........................

..........., 187

Oakes v. Wiggins .....................................

Berthon and Costar v. Loughnan and another .......

191

The King v. the Parish of St. Mary, Canterbury.................. 195

Christie v. Jones.. ..........................

196

Forged Bank Notes-Ransom v. Fish ................

200

Young v. Wright and another ......

202

Rennie v. Cropper ........................

204

French v. Giles ............................

ibid

Cramp and another v. Bayley ( Clerk) ..............

209

Rex v. Sir Manasseh Lopez, bart..................

210

In the matter of the Ship Asia ..........

213

Cutting and Maiming.................

214

Hayes, falsely called Watts v. Watts........

219

Gordon v. Gordon .............................

The King v. John Hudson and John Jones..

222

Vale v. O'Brien and Simpson ...............

Stak v. Scammel ......................................

227

Murder. The King v. Frances Clark, alias Puttar

229

The King v. Souter and Holles.......

232

Arson ..................

234

Bedford Charity ............

Conspiracy to raise the Wages of Weavers at Blackburn .......

Burglary ............................................

Stabbing. - Henry Stent ...........

251

Libel.--The King v. Richard Carlisle .................................. 260

...... Do................ Do .......................

Man v. Davis ( Clerk) ...............

265

The King v. Joseph Taylor and John Earnshaw.

266

Criminal Informations .......................

Curling v. Buck .................................

Butcher v. Campbell and others.............

274

Wallace, Executrit, v. Good ...................

Curtis v. Kingdom...................................................

278

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THE

• ANNUAL REGISTER,

For the Year 1819.

GENERAL HISTORY,

CHAPTER I.

THE first session of the sixth attend in person, he had been

1 parliament of the united pleased to cause a commission to kingdom of Great Britain and Ire- be issued under the great seal land having assembled on the 14th authorizing the Lords and Comof January 1819, the Prince mons to open this parliament. Regent appointed Sir Richard After this form had been comRichards, Lord Chief Baron of plied with, the Commons withthe Court of Exchequer, to sit in drew, and the Houses were adthe place of the Lord Chancellor journed during pleasure. during the time of his temporary The choice of a Speaker to the absence. This was accordingly House of Commons was the next effected with due solemnity; and object for consideration; and on certain lords Commissioners were the same day, the right hon. put in nomination, of whom the Robert Peel rose, after a compliLord President of the council, mentary speech, to propose the the earl of Harrowby, took the right hon. Charles Manners Sutlead. A number of members of ton, to fill for a second time the the House of Commons being same distinguished post. He was then introduced, they and the seconded by lord Clive; and Lords were informed by the Lord the House now loudly calling President, that, it not being con- upon Mr. Manners Sutton to ocvenient for the Prince Regent to cupy the chair, he was conducted, Vol. LXI.

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