The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. From the Accession of George III. to the Twenty-Third Year of the Reign of Queen Victoria
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The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. From the Accession of George III. to the Twenty-Third Year of the Reign of Queen Victoria

By E. H. (Edward Henry) Nolan, Edward Farr
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  • THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
    • Volume III
  • GEORGE III.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • ACCESSION OF GEORGE III.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT ETC.
    • JUDGES MADE INDEPENDENT OF THE CROWN.
    • CHANGES IN THE CABINET.
    • THE OPERATIONS OF THE WAR.
    • THE RESIGNATION OF MR. PITT.
    • THE MARRIAGE OF THE KING.
    • CORONATION OF THEIR MAJESTIES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISTURBANCES IN IRELAND.
    • WAR WITH SPAIN.
    • FRANCE AND SPAIN DECLARE WAR AGAINST PORTUGAL.
    • DISSENSIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • EVENTS IN GERMANY, ETC.
    • NEGOCIATIONS FOR PEACE.
    • THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT AND THE CONCLUSION OF PEACE.
    • THE RESIGNATION OF BUTE.
    • THE CHARACTER AND IMPEACHMENT OF WILKES.
    • CHANGES IN THE CABINET.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT, AND FURTHER PROCEEDINGS AGAINST WILKES.
    • PROPOSITION TO TAX THE AMERICAN COLONIES.
    • OPPOSITION OF THE AMERICANS.
    • WAR WITH THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS.
    • DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON COLONIAL TAXATION.
    • INSTABILITY OF THE CABINET.
    • ATTEMPTS TO FORM A NEW ADMINISTRATION.
    • OPPOSITION TO THE STAMP DUTIES IN AMERICA.
    • EMBARRASSMENT OF MINISTERS AND MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SENTIMENTS OF THE AMERICANS ON THE DECLARATORY ACT.
    • THE DISSOLUTION OF THE ROCKINGHAM CABINET.
    • DECLINE OF LORD CHATHAM'S POPULARITY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EAST INDIA QUESTION.
    • AMERICAN TAXATION.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN AMERICA.
    • DOMESTIC TROUBLES AND COMMOTIONS.
    • THE RETURN OF WILKES, ETC.
    • RESIGNATION OF LORD CHATHAM.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF WILKES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON WILKES.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISCONTENTS IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE GRAFTON CABINET.
    • DEBATES ON THE MIDDLESEX ELECTION, ETC.
    • THE QUESTION OF CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS, ETC.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • RELEASE OF WILKES.
    • AMERICAN AFFAIRS.
    • RIOTS AT BOSTON.
    • THE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • REMONSTRANCE OF BECKFORD TO THE KING.
    • PROSECUTION OF WOODFALL AND ALMON.
    • DISPUTES RESPECTING FALKLAND ISLANDS.
    • AFFAIRS OF AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE CONCERNING THE FALKLAND ISLANDS.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE LAW OF LIBEL.
    • QUARRELS BETWEEN THE LORDS AND COMMONS.
    • CONVENTION WITH SPAIN.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • RE-OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PROCEEDINGS AGAINST SHOREHAM.
    • RESOLUTIONS RESPECTING THE PUBLICATION OF DEBATES.
    • COMMITTAL OF THE LORD MAYOR AND ALDERMAN OLIVER TO THE TOWER.
    • CONTEST BETWEEN THE CITY AND LEGISLATURE.
    • THE QUESTION OF THE MIDDLESEX ELECTION.
    • THE QUESTION OF THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE SESSION CLOSED.
    • RELEASE OF THE LORD MAYOR AND ALDERMAN OLIVER.
    • EDUCATION OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • CITY PETITION TO THE KING.
    • DISPUTES IN THE CITY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON SUBSCRIPTION TO THE THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES.
    • ECCLESIASTICAL NULLUM TEMPUS BILL.
    • THE CASE OF DR. NOWELL.
    • TEST AND CORPORATION ACTS.
    • THE ROYAL MARRIAGE ACT.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • THE SESSION CLOSED.
    • FATE OF THE QUEEN OF DENMARK.
    • DEATH OF THE PRINCESS DOWAGER OF WALES.
    • REVOLUTION IN SWEDEN.
    • PARTITION OF POLAND.
    • INVESTIGATION OF THE MIDDLESEX ELECTION.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • THE CARIBBS OF ST. VINCENTS.
    • PETITION OF NAVAL OFFICERS.
    • SUBSCRIPTION TO THE THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES.
    • DEBATES ON EAST INDIA MEASURES.
    • THE SESSION CLOSED.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE CITY.
    • CONTINENTAL POLITICS.
    • IRISH AFFAIRS.
    • DISPUTES WITH THE AMERICAN COLONIES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EARLY MEASURES IN THIS SESSION.
    • THE BOSTONIAN PETITION.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS AGAINST AMERICA.
    • BILL FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF CANADA.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PROCEEDINGS AT BOSTON.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • PACIFIC MEASURE OF LORD NORTH.
    • BURKE'S PLAN OF CONCILIATION.
    • CLOSE OF THE SESSION.
    • PETITION OF THE CITY OF LONDON.
    • DEPARTURE OF FRANKLIN.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICANS.
    • EXPEDITION TO SEIZE STORES AT SALEM.
    • AFFAIR AT LEXINGTON, ETC.
    • MEETING OF THE ASSEMBLIES AND OF GENERAL CONGRESS.
    • BATTLE OF BUNKER'S HILL.
    • GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • EXPEDITIONS AGAINST TICONDEROGA AND CROWN POINT, ETC.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST CANADA.
    • DISPOSITION AND REVOLT OF THE VIRGINIANS.
    • CONDUCT OF CONGRESS TOWARDS NEW YORK, ETC.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN ENGLAND.
    • PROSECUTION AND TRIAL OF HORNE TOOKE, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • THE MILITIA BILL.
    • THE NAVY AND LAND ESTIMATES.
    • PETITION OF NOVA SCOTIA.
    • PETITION OF CONGRESS.
    • MOTIONS OF THE DUKE OF GRAFTON.
    • THE LAND TAX INCREASED.
    • BURKE'S SECOND CONCILIATORY MOTION.
    • LORD NORTH'S PROHIBITORY BILL.
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SENTIMENTS OF FOREIGN POWERS, ETC.
    • EVACUATION OF BOSTON BY THE BRITISH.
    • MISSION OF INDIAN CHIEFS.
    • AFFAIRS OF CANADA.
    • UNSUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
    • AFFAIRS IN VIRGINIA.
    • DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE BY CONGRESS.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST NEW YORK.
    • DEFEAT OF THE AMERICANS ON LONG ISLAND.
    • CONFERENCE ON STATEN ISLAND.
    • CAPTURE OF NEW YORK, ETC.
    • CAPTURE OF FORT WASHINGTON.
    • CAPTURE OF FORT LEE, AND RETREAT OF WASHINGTON.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST RHODE ISLAND.
    • SUCCESSES OF GENERAL CARLETON.
    • MEASURES OF CONGRESS.
    • DEFECTION OF THE COLONISTS, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • ATTEMPT TO FIRE HIS MAJESTY'S DOCKYARD AT PORTSMOUTH.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • LETTERS OF MARQUE GRANTED.
    • BILL FOR DETAINING PERSONS IN PRISON CHARGED WITH HIGH-TREASON.
    • MISCELLANEOUS DEBATES.
    • SPIRITED ADDRESS OF THE SPEAKER TO THE KING.
    • LORD CHATHAM'S MOTION FOR CONCESSIONS TO AMERICA.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • SUCCESSES OF WASHINGTON.
    • BRITISH EXPEDITION UP THE HUDSON RIVER.
    • AMERICAN EXPEDITION TO LONG ISLAND.
    • CAPTURE OF GENERAL PRESCOT, ETC.
    • BATTLE OF THE BRANDYWINE, ETC.
    • CAPTURE OF PHILADELPHIA.
    • OPENING OF THE DELAWARE.
    • CLOSE OF HOWE'S CAMPAIGN.
    • EXPEDITION AND CAPTURE OF BURGOYNE.
    • CLINTON'S EXPEDITION UP THE HUDSON.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • DUKE OF RICHMOND'S MOTION FOR INQUIRING INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • FOX'S MOTION FOR INQUIRING INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • ARMY AND NAVY ESTIMATES.
    • INTELLIGENCE OF BURGOYNES DEFEAT
    • ROYAL ASSENT TO SEVERAL BILLS.
    • PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • DEMONSTRATION OF PUBLIC SPIRIT IN ENGLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • COMMITTEE FOR TAKING THE STATE OF THE NATION INTO CONSIDERATION.
    • BURKE'S MOTION RELATIVE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF INDIANS.
    • COMMITTEE OF EVIDENCE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS, ETC.
    • LORD NORTHS CONCILIATORY BILLS.
    • INTIMATION OF THE FRENCH TREATY WITH AMERICA.
    • INVESTIGATION OF THE STATE OF THE NAVY.
    • MOTION FOR EXCLUDING CONTRACTORS FROM PARLIAMENT.
    • REVISION OF THE TRADE OF IRELAND.
    • BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS.
    • MOTION OF CENSURE ON LORD GEORGE GERMAINE, ETC.
    • LORD CHATHAM'S LAST APPEARANCE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • DEATH OF LORD CHATHAM, AND POSTHUMOUS HONOURS TO HIS MEMORY.
    • THE DUKE OF RICHMOND'S MOTION RESUMED.
    • THE SESSION CLOSED.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN FRANCE.
    • NAVAL OPERATIONS IN THE BRITISH CHANNEL.
    • DISGRACEFUL INFRACTION OF THE CONVENTION OF SARATOGA.
    • LAFAYETTE'S EXPEDITION TO CANADA.
    • UNFORTUNATE ACTION UNDER LAFAYETTE.
    • SIR HENRY CLINTON TAKES THE COMMAND OF THE BRITISH TROOPS.
    • ARRIVAL OF THE COMMISSIONERS IN AMERICA WITH THE CONCILIATORY BILLS.
    • EVACUATION OF PHILADELPHIA BY THE BRITISH, ETC.
    • DISGRACE OF GENERAL LEE.
    • UNSUCCESSFUL ATTACK BY THE AMERICANS AND FRENCH ON RHODE ISLAND.
    • OPERATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY.
    • ATTACK OF THE SAVAGES ON THE SETTLEMENT OF WYOMING, ETC.
    • ARRIVAL OF THE FRENCH ENVOY AT PHILADELPHIA.
    • MOVEMENTS OF THE BRITISH AND FRENCH FLEETS.
    • CAPTURE OF DOMINICA BY THE FRENCH.
    • CAPTURE OF ST. LUCIE BY THE BRITISH.
    • RE-CAPTURE OF THE ISLANDS OF ST. PIERRE AND MIQUELON.
    • FRENCH PLANS REGARDING CANADA COUNTERACTED BY WASHINGTON.
    • CAPTURE OF SAVANNAH BY THE BRITISH.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIR RESPECTING ADMIRAL KEPPEL AND SIR HUGH PALLISER.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • TRIAL OF ADMIRAL KEPPEL AND VICE-ADMIRAL PALLISER.
    • ATTACKS ON LORD SANDWICH.
    • INVESTIGATION RESPECTING THE CONDUCT OF GENERAL AND LORD HOWE.
    • RELIEF TO PROTESTANT DISSENTERS.
    • DEBATES ON THE TRADE OF IRELAND.
    • WAR WITH SPAIN.
    • DEBATES ON THE MILITIA BILL.
    • BILL FOR THE IMPRESSMENT OF SEAMEN.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • THE CAUSES OF THE RUPTURE WITH SPAIN.
    • SPANISH ATTEMPT UPON GIBRALTAR.
    • FRENCH AND ENGLISH FLEETS IN THE CHANNEL, ETC.
    • AFFAIRS IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • OPERATIONS IN GEORGIA.
    • INEFFECTUAL ATTEMPT OF THE AMERICANS TO REDUCE SAVANNAH.
    • BRITISH INCURSIONS INTO VIRGINIA.
    • CAPTURE OF STONEY-POINT AND VERPLANKS.
    • BRITISH EXPEDITION AGAINST CONNECTICUT.
    • STONEY-POINT RE-CAPTURED, BUT DESERTED AT THE APPROACH OF THE BRITISH.
    • BRITISH GARRISON SURPRISED AT PAULUS-HOOK.
    • AMERICAN DISASTER AT PENOBSCOT.
    • AMERICAN RETALIATION ON THE INDIANS, ETC.
    • SPANISH INCURSIONS.
    • ACTION BETWEEN PAUL JONES AND CAPTAIN PEARSON.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • LORD SHELBURNE ATTACKS MINISTERS IN THE CASE OF IRELAND.
    • LORD OSSORY'S ATTACK ON MINISTERS RESPECTING IRELAND.
    • LORD NORTH'S PROPOSITION FOR THE RELIEF OF IRELAND.
    • DEBATES ON ECONOMICAL REFORM.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • BURKE'S PLAN OF ECONOMICAL REFORM.
    • REJECTION OF LORD SHELBURNE'S MOTION FOR A COMMISSION OF ACCOUNTS.
    • MINISTERIAL BILL FOR COMMISSION OF ACCOUNTS.
    • BILL FOR EXCLUDING CONTRACTORS FROM PARLIAMENT REJECTED.
    • MOTIONS REGARDING PLACES AND PENSIONS.
    • POLITICAL ALTERCATIONS.
    • DEBATES ON THE INCREASE OF CROWN INFLUENCE.
    • LORD NORTH'S PROPOSAL RESPECTING THE EAST INDIA COMPANY.
    • GENERAL CONWAY'S PLAN OF RECONCILIATION WITH AMERICA.
    • POPULAR RAGE AGAINST THE CATHOLICS; RIOTS IN LONDON, ETC.
    • MEASURES ADOPTED BY PARLIAMENT, ARISING OUT OF THE LONDON RIOTS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • TRIAL OF LORD GEORGE GORDON AND THE RIOTERS.
    • ADMIRAL RODNEY'S SUCCESS AGAINST THE SPANIARDS.
    • ARMED NEUTRALITY.
    • RODNEY ENGAGES THE FRENCH FLEET.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST SOUTH CAROLINA.
    • BATTLE OF CAMDEN, ETC.
    • AFFAIRS AT NEW YORK.
    • TREASON OF ARNOLD, AND FATE OF MAJOR ANDRE.
    • MARITIME LOSSES SUSTAINED BY THE BRITISH.
    • WAR WITH HOLLAND.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • NOTICE OF THE RUPTURE WITH HOLLAND.
    • BURKE RE-INTRODUCES THE SUBJECT OF ECONOMICAL REFORM, ETC.
    • DEBATES ON THE SUPPLIES.
    • MOTION ON THE EMPLOYMENT OF THE MILITARY IN THE LATE RIOTS.
    • PETITION OF THE DELEGATES OF THE COUNTY ASSOCIATIONS.
    • THE MARRIAGE ACT CORRECTED.
    • MOTION OF FOX RESPECTING THE AMERICAN WAR.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • ATTACK ON JERSEY.
    • THE GARRISON OF GIBRALTAR RELIEVED.
    • REVOLT IN WASHINGTON'S CAMP.
    • ARNOLD'S EXPEDITION TO VIRGINIA, ETC.
    • LORD CORNWALLIS'S EXPEDITION TO VIRGINIA.
    • SIEGE OF LORD CORNWALLIS IN YORK-TOWN.
    • LOSS OF THE BRITISH DOMINION IN FLORIDA.
    • ATTACK ON MINORCA.
    • FRENCH AND SPANISH FLEETS IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL.
    • NAVAL ACTION WITH THE DUTCH.
    • CAPTURE OF ST. EUSTATIUS.
    • COMMODORE JOHNSTONE ATTACKED BY DE SUFFREIN, ETC.
    • FURTHER OPERATIONS IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • SENTIMENTS OF FOREIGN POWERS TOWARD ENGLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CENSURES ON RODNEY AND VAUGHAN.
    • DEBATE ON THE NAVY.
      • On the 5th of December Lord Lisburne moved, that
    • On the 5th of December Lord Lisburne moved, that
    • MOTION OF SIR JAMES LOWTHER FOR PEACE, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • RECENT EVENTS ON THE THEATRE OF WAR.
    • FOX'S MOTIONS FOR INQUIRY INTO THE NAVY.
    • MOTIONS OF INQUIRY IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • DEBATES ON LORD GEORGE GERMAINE'S ELEVATION TO THE PEERAGE.
    • RENEWED ATTACKS ON LORD SANDWICH: RESIGNATION OF LORD NORTH.
    • THE NEW MINISTRY.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • BILL FOR EXCLUDING CONTRACTORS, ETC.
    • RESOLUTIONS RESPECTING WILKES EXPUNGED FROM THE JOURNALS.
    • DISFRANCHISEMENT OF CRICKLADE, ETC.
    • DEBATES ON PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • VICTORY OF RODNEY.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE WAR IN AMERICA.
    • STATE OF THE WAR IN THE WEST INDIES, ETC.
    • MARITIME EVENTS.
    • SIEGE AND RELIEF OF GIBRALTAR.
    • PROSPECT OF GENERAL PACIFICATION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE.
    • RE-ASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE COALITION MINISTRY.
    • RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE WITH AMERICA, ETC.
    • PITT'S PLAN FOR REFORMING THE TREASURY ETC.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • PETITION OF THE QUAKERS AGAINST THE SLAVE TRADE.
    • SETTLEMENT ON THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • EXECUTION OF TREATIES, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • FOX'S INDIA BILL.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE COALITION MINISTRY—PITT MADE PRIME MINISTER.
    • EFFORTS OF THE OPPOSITION AGAINST THE NEW MINISTRY.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • THE TRIAL OF PARTIES, AND TRIUMPH OF PITT.
    • A GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • ACTS TO PREVENT SMUGGLING, ETC.
    • THE BUDGET OF 1784.
    • PITT'S INDIA BILL.
    • BILL FOR THE RESTORATION OF FORFEITED ESTATES IN SCOTLAND.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE WESTMINSTER SCRUTINY.
    • PITT'S REFORM BILL.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER XV.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR THE FORTIFICATION OF THE DOCK-YARDS AT PORTSMOUTH AND PLYMOUTH.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • DEBATES ON INDIA, ETC.
    • A RETROSPECTIVE VIEW OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.
    • ATTEMPT ON THE KING'S LIFE.
    • TREATIES WITH FRANCE AND SPAIN.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE TREATY OF COMMERCE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
    • PITT'S PLAN OF FINANCIAL REFORM.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE CORPORATION AND TEST ACTS.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO THE ABUSES OF THE POST-OFFICE.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN GOVERNMENT, AND THE EAST INDIA COMPANY.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • ADDITIONS MADE TO THE BILL FOR TRYING CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS.
    • CLAIMS OF THE AMERICAN ROYALISTS, ETC.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • CHARGE AGAINST SIR ELIJAH IMPEY.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • CONTINENTAL ALLIANCES.
    • DERANGEMENT OF HIS MAJESTY: DEBATES ON THE REGENCY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
    • ELECTION OF SPEAKER.
    • THE QUESTION OF THE REGENCY RESUMED.
    • RECOVERY OF HIS MAJESTY.
    • ADOPTION OF A PLAN OF FORTIFYING THE WEST INDIAN ISLANDS.
    • BILL FOR THE COMMEMORATION OF THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS, ETC.
    • SHOP-TAX REPEALED, ETC.
    • MOTION RESPECTING THE CORPORATION AND TEST ACTS, ETC.
    • SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • ELECTION OF SPEAKER.
    • PITTS FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • STATE OF PARTIES IN ENGLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE TEST AND CORPORATION ACTS.
    • FLOOD'S MOTION FOR REFORM OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT, ETC.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • DISPUTES WITH SPAIN.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED, AND DISSOLVED.
    • SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES WITH SPAIN.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • PROGRESS OF REVOLUTIONARY PRINCIPLES IN ENGLAND.
    • WAR IN INDIA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • DEBATE ON THE WAR IN INDIA.
    • DISPUTE WITH RUSSIA.
    • BILL FOR THE REGULATION OF CANADA.
    • SLAVE-TRADE ABOLITION BILL.
    • CATHOLIC RELIEF BILL, ETC.
    • BILL TO AMEND THE LAW ON LIBELS.
    • FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • PROGRESS OF THE REVOLUTION IN FRANCE.
    • STATE OF PUBLIC OPINION IN ENGLAND, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE RUSSIAN ARMAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE AFFAIRS OF INDIA.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • LONDON POLICE ACT.
    • ACT TO RELIEVE THE SCOTCH EPISCOPALIANS, ETC.
    • SHERIDAN'S MOTION RESPECTING THE ROYAL BURGHS OF SCOTLAND.
    • DEBATES ON PARLIAMENTARY REFORM, ETC.
    • TRIAL OF HASTINGS, ETC.
    • BILL RESPECTING THE NEW FOREST AND TIMBER FOR THE NAVY.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
    • AFFAIRS OF POLAND.
    • STATE OF THE PUBLIC MIND IN ENGLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE ALIEN BILL, ETC.
    • EXECUTION OF THE FRENCH KING.
    • CHAPTER XX.
    • HOSTILE MESSAGE OF THE KING TO PARLIAMENT.
    • DECLARATION OF WAR BY THE FRENCH, ETC.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • THE TRAITOROUS CORRESPONDENCE BILL.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
    • RELIEF GRANTED TO MERCANTILE MEN.
    • RENEWAL OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER.
    • RELIEF OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS OF SCOTLAND, ETC.
    • TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • DISCUSSION ON A MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • FOX'S MOTION FOR PEACE.
    • MR. GREY'S MEASURE OF PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • PROSPECTS OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, &c.
    • CHAPTER XXI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE MILITIA AUGMENTED, ETC.
    • SUSPENSION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS ACT.
    • AGITATION IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND.
    • INTRODUCTION OF FOREIGN TROOPS.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • MOTION ON BEHALF OF LA FAYETTE.
    • MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO THE RECENT FAILURES OF OUR ARMIES.
    • THE TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • THE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS.
    • EMBASSY TO CHINA, ETC.
    • CORSICA ANNEXED TO THE CROWN OF ENGLAND.
    • LORD HOWE'S NAVAL VICTORY, ETC.
    • BRITISH CONQUESTS IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • MILITARY OPERATIONS ON THE CONTINENT.
    • THE INTERNAL CONDITION OF FRANCE.
    • CONVENTION WITH SWEDEN AND DENMARK.
    • THE STATE OF POLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XXII.
    • BILL FOR THE SUSPENSION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS ACT (CONTINUED.)
    • SUBSIDY TO AUSTRIA.
    • SUPPLIES, ETC.
    • PITT'S PLAN TO MAN THE NAVY, ETC.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • TERMINATION OF THE TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION REJECTED.
    • MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, ETC.
    • FRENCH OPERATIONS IN HOLLAND, ETC.
    • TREATIES BETWEEN FRANCE AND PRUSSIA, ETC.
    • TREATY BETWEEN ENGLAND AND RUSSIA, ETC.
    • THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ALPS.
    • AFFAIRS OF LA VENDEE.
    • ARMIES ON THE RHINE.
    • AFFAIRS AT PARIS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL TO PREVENT SEDITIOUS MEETINGS, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XXIII.
    • GREY'S MOTION FOR PEACE, ETC.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • NEGOCIATIONS FOR PEACE.
    • MILITARY AFFAIRS ON THE CONTINENT.
    • SURRENDER OF CORSICA AND THE ISLE OF ELBA.
    • DUTCH ATTEMPT TO RETAKE THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.
    • FRENCH EXPEDITION TO IRELAND.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN FRANCE AND AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • MISSION OF LORD MALMESBURY TO PARIS.
    • STOPPAGE OF CASH PAYMENTS AT THE BANK.
    • MUTINY IN THE FLEETS.
    • GREY'S MOTION FOR REFORM, ETC.
    • FRENCH DESCENT ON WALES.
    • BATTLE OFF CAPE ST. VINCENT.
    • BATTLE OFF CAMPERDOWN.
    • THE BLOCKADE OF CADIZ, ETC.
    • WAR ON THE CONTINENT.
    • INTERNAL HISTORY OF FRANCE.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XXIV.
    • REDEMPTION OF THE LAND-TAX, ETC.
    • IRISH REBELLION.
    • INVASION OF BELGIUM.
    • EXPEDITION TO MINORCA.
    • BATTLE OF THE NILE, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • INCOME TAX SANCTIONED, ETC.
    • TREATY WITH RUSSIA.
    • UNION WITH IRELAND CONSIDERED
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CAMPAIGN IN ITALY.
    • CAMPAIGN IN EGYPT.
    • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CONSULAR GOVERNMENT IN FRANCE.
    • AFFAIRS OF INDIA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY DISCUSSIONS.
    • UNION WITH IRELAND COMPLETED.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CAMPAIGN IN ITALY.
    • CAPTURE OF MALTA.
    • NAVAL OPERATIONS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTIONS FOR PEACE, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XXV.
    • COMMENCEMENT OF THE UNION WITH IRELAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RESIGNATION OF MR. PITT, ETC.
    • THE NEW MINISTRY.
    • MOTION FOR AN INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • PARLIAMENTARY MEASURES.
    • WAR WITH THE NORTHERN POWERS.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE NORTHERN CONFEDERACY.
    • EXPEDITION TO EGYPT.
    • AFFAIRS ON THE CONTINENT.
    • NAVAL OPERATIONS.
    • TREATY OF AMIENS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY MEASURES.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR HOSTILITY.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • TRIAL OF COLONEL DESPARD.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.
    • ACT TO RELIEVE CATHOLICS, ETC.
    • WAR PROCLAIMED WITH FRANCE.
    • THE CAUSES FOR THE RENEWAL OF WAR WITH FRANCE.
    • WAR WITH HOLLAND.
    • MILITIA BILL, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • INSURRECTION IN IRELAND.
    • LETTER OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • MOVEMENTS OF THE FRENCH
    • NAVAL CONQUESTS.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XXVI.
    • HIS MAJESTY'S INDISPOSITION.
    • CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY—PITT RESUMES OFFICE.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • ADDITIONAL FORCE ACT
    • DEBATE ON THE CORN-LAWS.
    • THE BUDGET—PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • AFFAIRS OF FRANCE: NAPOLEON CREATED EMPEROR.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS.
    • COALITION BETWEEN PITT AND ADDINGTON.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • ARMY AND NAVY ESTIMATES, ETC.
    • DEBATE ON THE RUPTURE WITH SPAIN.
    • CLAIMS OF THE CATHOLICS.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF LORD MELVILLE.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • DISSENSIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • NAPOLEON CROWNED KING OF ITALY
    • CONQUESTS OF NAPOLEON IN BAVARIA.
    • THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEATH OF MR. PITT.
    • THE GRENVILLE ADMINISTRATION.
    • NEGOCIATIONS FOR PEACE.
    • WINDHAM'S MILITARY PLAN.
    • THE BUDGET.
    • TRIAL OF LORD MELVILLE.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED, ETC.
    • DEATH OF FOX.
    • NAVAL SUCCESSES.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • AFFAIRS OF SICILY.
    • WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND PRUSSIA, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XXVII.
    • DEBATE ON THE NEGOCIATION WITH FRANCE.
    • FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • BILL FOR REMOVING THE DISABILITIES OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS.
    • DISMISSAL OF MINISTERS.
    • NEW CABINET.
    • TRIAL OF STRENGTH BETWEEN THE TWO PARTIES.
    • DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • CAMPAIGN OF NAPOLEON.
    • THE PEACE OF TILSIT.
    • EXPEDITION TO COPENHAGEN.
    • HOSTILITIES AGAINST TURKEY.
    • EXPEDITION TO EGYPT.
    • DISASTERS IN SOUTH AMERICA.
    • WAR WITH RUSSIA.
    • FRENCH INVASION OF PORTUGAL.
    • MILAN DECREE, ETC.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE ORDERS IN COUNCIL.
    • FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • DEBATE ON IRELAND.
    • MOTION RESPECTING THE DROITS OF ADMIRALTY, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RISING OF THE SPANISH NATION, ETC.
    • AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL. CONFEDERATION OF FRANCE AND RUSSIA.
    • OPERATIONS IN SPAIN.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE SUPPLIES, ETC.
    • CHARGES AGAINST THE DUKE OF YORK.
    • PARLIAMENTARY CORRUPTION.
    • MOTION FOR REFORM.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN.
    • FURTHER OPERATIONS IN SPAIN.
    • CAMPAIGN OF NAPOLEON IN ITALY.
    • BRITISH EXPEDITION AGAINST NAPLES AND WALCHEREN.
    • DISSENSIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE WALCHEREN EXPEDITION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AGAINST SIR FRANCIS BURDETT.
    • THE SUPPLIES.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • PETITION OF THE IRISH CATHOLICS, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CAMPAIGN IN PORTUGAL.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN.
    • FOREIGN CONQUESTS, ETC.
    • THE MARRIAGE OF NAPOLEON, ETC.
    • ILLNESS OF HIS MAJESTY—OPENING OF PARLIAMENT, ETC.
    • OPENING OF PARLIAMENT BY THE REGENT
    • DEBATE ON THE RE-APPOINTMENT OF THE DUKE OF YORK TO THE WAR-OFFICE.
    • THE SUPPLIES.
    • THE BULLION COMMITTEE, ETC.
    • SUBJECT OF MILITARY DISCIPLINE.
    • LOUD SIDMOUTH'S MOTION RESPECTING DISSENTING PREACHERS.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE IRISH CATHOLICS.
    • AMENDMENT OF THE CRIMINAL LAW
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • CAPTURE OF JAVA.
    • AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN, CAPTURE OF BADAJOZ, ETC.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS
    • AFFAIRS OF FRANCE.
    • CHAPTER XXIX.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AUGMENTATION OF THE CIVIL LIST.
    • BILL FOR PROHIBITING THE GRANT OF OFFICES IN REVERSION, ETC.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY, ETC.
    • ATTACKS UPON MINISTERS.
    • ASSASSINATION OF MR. PERCEVAL.
    • ADMINISTRATION OF LORD LIVERPOOL.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • POPULATION RETURNS, ETC.
    • BILL FOR PRESERVATION OF THE PEACE.
    • BILL TO EXTEND THE PRIVILEGES OF DISSENTERS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT, ETC.
    • CAPTURE OF CIUDAD RODRIGO BY THE BRITISH.
    • STORM AND CAPTURE OF BADAJOZ.
    • OPERATIONS IN SPAIN.
    • WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND RUSSIA.
    • WAR WITH AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE WAR WITH AMERICA.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • RENEWAL OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER.
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • CURATES' BILL, ETC.
    • APPOINTMENT OF VICE-CHANCELLOR.
    • DEBATES ON THE TREATY WITH SWEDEN.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN.
    • AMERICAN CAMPAIGN.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR ALLOWING THE MILITIA TO VOLUNTEER INTO THE LINE, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XXX.
    • PARLIAMENTARY MEASURES.
    • CAMPAIGN OF LORD WELLINGTON.
    • THE ALLIES ENTER PARIS; NAPOLEON DETHRONED, ETC.
    • TREATY OF PEACE.
    • HONOURS CONFERRED ON WELLINGTON, ETC.
    • VISIT OF THE ALLIED SOVEREIGNS.
    • CONGRESS OF VIENNA.
    • CAMPAIGN IN AMERICA, ETC.
    • TREATY OF PEACE WITH AMERICA, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RETURN OF NAPOLEON FROM. ELBA.
    • TRIAL BY JURY, ETC.
    • WAR RESOLVED ON; FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CONGRESS OF VIENNA.
    • AFFAIRS OF FRANCE.
    • THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.
    • CAPTURE OF PARIS.—SURRENDER OF NAPOLEON, ETC.
    • RETURN OF LOUIS XVIII. TO PARIS.
    • BRITAIN GAINS POSSESSION OF THE ISLAND OF CEYLON.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE TREATIES.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • ROYAL MARRIAGES.
    • VARIOUS MOTIONS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RIOTS, ETC.
    • EXPEDITION TO ALGIERS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MEASURES OF ECONOMY.
    • RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLIC LIBERTY.
    • COMMITTEE ON THE POOR-LAWS, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RIOTS AT MANCHESTER, ETC.
    • DEATH OF THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.
    • CHAPTER XXXI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR SECRET COMMITTEES PREPARATORY TO A BILL OF INDEMNITY.
    • EXTENSION OF THE BANK RESTRICTION.
    • TREATY WITH SPAIN.
    • ROYAL MARRIAGES.
    • THE SUPPLIES.
    • THE ALIEN ACT, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF THE MANUFACTURERS OF LANCASHIRE, ETC.
    • DEATH OF QUEEN CHARLOTTE.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE DUKE OF YORK APPOINTED GUARDIAN TO HIS MAJESTY.
    • COMMITTEE ON THE CRIMINAL CODE.
    • MEASURES FOR RESUMPTION OF CASH-PAYMENTS.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • CATHOLIC CLAIMS.
    • FOREIGN ENLISTMENT ACT.
    • SLAVE-TRADE, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SEDITIOUS ASSEMBLAGES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • CESSION OF PARGA TO THE TURKS.
    • DEATH OF GEORGE III.
    • CHAPTER XXXII.
    • ACCESSION OF GEORGE IV.
    • DECLARATION OF THE KING, ETC.
    • DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CATO-STREET CONSPIRACY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILLS FOR AMENDING THE CRIMINAL CODE.
    • EDUCATION BILL.
    • MOTION FOR A COMMITTEE ON THE CORN-LAWS.
    • MOTION FOR A COMMITTEE RESPECTING FREE TRADE.
    • THE CIVIL LIST, ETC.
    • MESSAGE RESPECTING THE QUEEN
    • TRIAL OF THE QUEEN.
    • CHAPTER XXXIII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE HOLY ALLIANCE
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • MOTIONS FOR PARLIAMENTARY REFORM, ETC.
    • REPORT OF THE AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE.
    • THE NAVIGATION LAWS.
    • THE SUPPLIES, ETC.
    • CORONATION OF GEORGE IV.
    • DEATH OF QUEEN CAROLINE.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHANGES IN THE CABINET.
    • MOTION TO RESTORE ROMAN CATHOLIC PEERS TO THEIR SEATS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION ON AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS, ETC.
    • ACTS FOR THE REDUCTION OF EXPENDITURE.
    • DEBATES ON THE CURRENCY.
    • REDUCTION OF IMPOSTS, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR PARLIAMENTARY REFORM
    • CAUSE OF THE GREEKS—PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHANGE IN THE CABINET.
    • CHAPTER XXXIV
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE.
    • THE SUPPLIES.
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • AFFAIRS IN IRELAND.
    • MOTIONS TO REFORM THE CRIMINAL LAW.
    • MOTION TO REFORM THE SCOTCH REPRESENTATION.
    • NEW LONDON BRIDGE BILL.
    • MOTION RESPECTING THE DUTY ON THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.
    • EXPENSES OF THE CORONATION.
    • MUNIFICENCE OF GEORGE IV.
    • IRISH TITHE COMMUTATION BILL, ETC.—PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF THE COUNTRY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • ATTACK ON MINISTERS WITH REFERENCE TO SPAIN, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
    • THE TRADE QUESTION
    • ALIEN BILL, ETC.
    • DISCUSSIONS ON THE REVOLT IN DEMARARA, ETC.
    • STATE OF THE BRITISH COLONIES.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER XXXV.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL ASSOCIATIONS IN IRELAND.
    • CATHOLIC RELIEF BILL.
    • COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • MR. HUME'S MOTION AGAINST THE IRISH CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT, ETC.
    • STATE OF THE IRISH CHARTER SCHOOLS.
    • DEBATES ON ALLEGED ABUSES IN CHANCERY.
    • REGULATION OF THE SALARIES OF THE JUDGES.
    • REJECTION OF THE UNITARIAN MARRIAGE ACT, ETC.
    • ACT AGAINST COMBINATIONS AMONG WORKMEN.
    • FREE-TRADE SYSTEM.
    • SURRENDER, OF THE CHARTER OF THE LEVANT COMPANY.
    • REPORT OF TREATIES.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • PROPOSALS FOR THE ABOLITION OF CERTAIN TAXES, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • GREAT COMMERCIAL PANIC.
    • THE BURMESE WAR.
    • REVIEW OF FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • CHAPTER XXXVI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MEASURES PROPOSED FOR RELIEVING COMMERCIAL DISTRESS.
    • BILL TO ENABLE PRIVATE BANKS TO HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PARTNERS,
    • APPOINTMENT OF A COMMITTEE ON EMIGRATION.
    • MODIFICATION OF THE CORN-LAWS.
    • DEBATES ON FREE TRADE.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • BILL TO PREVENT BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS.
    • PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • ALTERATION OF THE CRIMINAL CODE.
    • CASE OF MR. KENRICK.
    • STATE OF THE COLONIES.
    • MODE FOR AMENDING THE REPRESENTATION OF EDINBURGH, ETC.
    • RESOLUTION FOR THE REGULATION OF PRIVATE COMMITTEES.
    • MOTION TO HOLD PARLIAMENT OCCASIONALLY IN DUBLIN AND EDINBURGH.
    • RESTORATION OF FORFEITED SCOTCH PEERAGES.
    • MOTION TO DISJOIN THE PRESIDENCY OF THE BOARD OF TRADE FROM THE
    • CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION, ETC.
    • INDIA JURY BILL, ETC.
    • NATURALIZATION ACT, ETC.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • THE BURMESE WAR.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE ON JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES, ETC.
    • KING'S MESSAGE RESPECTING THE CONDUCT OF SPAIN TOWARDS PORTUGAL.
    • RESOLUTIONS AGAINST BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS.
    • CHAPTER XXXVII.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF YORK.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • THE CORN-LAWS.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE MINISTRY.
    • REASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EXPLANATIONS OF MEMBERS, AND HOSTILITY TO THE MINISTRY.
    • OPINIONS OF HIS MAJESTY ON THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • MOTION ON THE CHANCELLOR'S JURISDICTION IN BANKRUPTCY.
    • MOTIONS REGARDING THE STAMP-DUTY AND CHEAP PUBLICATIONS.
    • THE CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • CORRUPT BOROUGHS.
    • THE GAME-LAWS.
    • IMPROVEMENT OF THE CRIMINAL CODE.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEATH OF MR. CANNING.
    • ADMINISTRATION OF LORD GODERICH.
    • REVIEW OF FOREIGN POLICY.
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII.
    • DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S ADMINISTRATION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISCUSSIONS AND EXPLANATIONS CONCERNING THE DISSOLUTION OF THE GODERICH
    • QUESTIONS OF FINANCE.
    • MOTION FOR A GRANT TO THE FAMILY OF MR. CANNING.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • REPEAL OF THE TEST AND CORPORATION ACTS.
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • MOTION ON THE STATE OF THE LAW.
    • BILLS CONNECTED WITH ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE.
    • CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • DIVISIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISTURBANCES IN IRELAND.
    • DEATH OF THE EARL OF LIVERPOOL.
    • FOREIGN POLICY.
    • CHAPTER XXXIX.
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SUPPRESSION OF THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.
    • REJECTION OF MR. PEEL AT OXFORD.
    • THE TRIUMPH OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION.
    • BILL FOR THE DISFRANCHISEMENT OF THE FORTY-SHILLING FREEHOLDERS.
    • THE CASE OF MR. O'CONNELL.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • MOTION FOR PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT, ETC.
    • STATE OF AFFAIRS IN IRELAND.
    • AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL DISTRESS.
    • FOREIGN POLITICS.
    • CHAPTER XL.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR A COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE HOUSE ON THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • REDUCTION OF SALARIES OF PUBLIC OFFICERS, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR REVISING THE WHOLE SYSTEM OF TAXATION.
    • COMMITTEE ON THE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER.
    • DEBATE ON A PROPOSAL TO ALTER THE CURRENCY.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS—BILL FOR REPEALING THE DUTY ON BEER, ETC.
    • THE QUESTION OF REFORM.
    • THE CASE OF EAST RETFORD.
    • MR. O'CONNELL'S BILL FOR REFORM BY UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE, ETC.
    • MR. O'CONNELL'S BILL FOR REFORM BY UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE AND VOTE BY
    • BILL FOR REMOVING THE CIVIL DISABILITIES AFFECTING JEWS.
    • BILL FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN CASES OF FORGERY.
    • BILL FOR AMENDING THE LAW OF LIBEL.
    • ALTERATIONS IN COURTS OF JUSTICE.
    • ILLNESS OF HIS MAJESTY.
    • BILL TO AUTHORISE THE ADHIBITING OF THE SIGN-MANUAL BY STAMP.
    • DEATH OF THE KING, AND ACCESSION OF THE DUKE OF CLARENCE, WILLIAM IV.
    • CHAPTER XL. (Continued)
    • ROYAL MESSAGE TO PARLIAMENT—RUPTURE BETWEEN THE MINISTERS AND WHIGS-DEBATES ON THE QUESTION OF THE REGENCY.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING THEIR MAJESTIES' VISIT TO LONDON.
    • MAJORITY AGAINST MINISTERS FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE CIVIL LIST.
    • FORMATION OF EARL GREY'S ADMINISTRATION.
    • DEATH OF MR. HUSKISSON.
    • STATE OF FOREIGN NATIONS.
    • CHAPTER XLI.
    • STATE OF THE REFORM QUESTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • INTRODUCTION OF THE REFORM BILL.
    • DEBATE ON THE MOTION THAT THE BILL BE READ A SECOND TIME, ETC.
    • MOTION OF ADJOURNMENT PENDING THE ORDNANCE ESTIMATES CARRIED AGAINST MINISTERS—PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE BUDGET—PROPOSED CHANGES IN TAXES, ETC.—ARRANGEMENT OF THE CIVIL LIST.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT—THE REFORM QUESTION RENEWED IN PARLIAMENT.
    • REJECTION OF THE REFORM BILL BY THE LORDS.
    • CONSEQUENCES OF THE REJECTION OF THE REFORM BILL.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CORONATION OF WILLIAM IV.
    • OPENING OF NEW LONDON BRIDGE, ETC.
    • RAVAGES OF THE CHOLERA.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • NEW REFORM BILL.
    • CHAPTER XLII.
    • REFORM BILL PASSED BY THE COMMONS.
    • DEBATES ON THE REFORM BILL IN THE LORDS.
    • DISTURBED STATE OF THE NATION.
    • REASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • FAILURE OF THE ATTEMPTS TO FORM A NEW ADMINISTRATION—MINISTERS RECALLED, ETC.
    • REFORM BILL PASSED.
    • IRISH AND SCOTCH REFORM BILLS PASSED.
    • BILL TO PREVENT BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS, ETC.
    • COMMITTEES ON IRISH TITHES.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • COMMITTEE ON THE CHARTER OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY, ETC.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF THE WEST INDIES.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • RESIGNATION OF THE SPEAKER.
    • STATE OF IRELAND.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XLIII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT—RE-ELECTION OF MR. MANNERS SUTTON AS SPEAKER.
    • OPENING OF THE REFORMED PARLIAMENT BY THE KING IN PERSON.
    • CASE OF MR. PEASE.
    • IRISH COERCION BILL.
    • IRISH CHURCH BILL.
    • IRISH TITHE BILL.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • BANK OF ENGLAND CHARTER RENEWED.
    • EAST INDIA QUESTION.
    • ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN THE COLONIES.
    • FACTORY BILL.
    • THE CORN LAWS.
    • RESOLUTIONS AGAINST BRIBERY, ETC.
    • BILL TO REMOVE THE CIVIL DISABILITIES OF JEWS.—PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER XLIV.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MR. O'CONNELL'S MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE UNION.
    • DIVISIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • COMMISSION ISSUED TO INQUIRE INTO THE STATE OF THE IRISH CHURCH.
    • IRISH TITHE QUESTION.
    • RENEWAL OF THE IRISH COERCION BILL.
    • RESIGNATION OF EARL GREY, ETC.
    • REJECTION OF THE IRISH TITHE QUESTION BY THE PEERS.
    • STATE OF ECCLESIASTICAL QUESTIONS AND THE CLAIMS OF DISSENTERS.
    • POOR-LAW AMENDMENT ACT.
    • THE CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, ETC.
    • BILL FOR THE REMOVAL OF THE CIVIL DISABILITIES OF THE JEWS, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE CABINET.
    • SIR ROBERT PEEL APPOINTED PRIME-MINISTER.
    • DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE ACT ABOLISHING SLAVERY IN THE WEST INDIES CARRIED INTO EFFECT.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XLV.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.—CONTEST FOR THE ELECTION OF SPEAKER.
    • OPENING OF THE SESSION.
    • DISCUSSION IN THE LORDS RESPECTING THE SLAVERY ABOLITION ACT.
    • MOTION OF THE MARQUIS OF CHANDOS TO REPEAL THE MALT-TAX.
    • THE DISSENTERS' MARRIAGE ACT.
    • REPORT OF COMMISSION REGARDING THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, ETC.
    • REPEATED DEFEATS OF THE MINISTRY IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • THE QUESTION OF THE APPROPRIATION OF THE SURPLUS OF THE REVENUES OF THE IRISH CHURCH.
    • RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS, AND RESTORATION OF LORD MELBOURNE'S CABINET.
    • MUNICIPAL REFORM AND THE IRISH CHURCH.
    • AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS.
    • DISCUSSION REGARDING ORANGE SOCIETIES IN IRELAND.
    • THE VOTE BY BALLOT, ETC.
    • THE BUDGET.
    • DISCUSSIONS REGARDING CANADA.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XLVI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE QUESTION OF ORANGE LODGES.
    • BILL TO REFORM THE IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.
    • THE IRISH TITHE-BILL.
    • COMMUTATION OF TITHES IN ENGLAND.
    • BILL FOR REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES, ETC.
    • BILL TO ALTER THE REVENUES AND TERRITORIES OF THE DIFFERENT SEES, ETC.
    • BILL TO ABOLISH THE SECULAR JURISDICTION OF BISHOPS, ETC.
    • BILL TO AMEND THE ENGLISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATION ACT.
    • BILL TO ALLOW FELONS' COUNSEL TO ADDRESS THE JURY, ETC.
    • ABOLITION OF IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT, ETC.
    • ELECTION COMMITTEES.
    • NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR THE REDUCTION OF TAXATION ON BEHALF OF THE AGRICULTURISTS.
    • THE BUDGET, ETC.
    • DISCUSSIONS ON THE COLONIES, AND ON OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • CHAPTER XLVII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CONSIDERATION OF THE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • QUESTION OF ESTABLISHING A SYSTEM OF POOR-LAWS IN IRELAND.
    • IRISH TITHE QUESTION.
    • QUESTION OF CHURCH-RATES.
    • THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.
    • NOTICES OF MOTIONS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES.
    • OPERATION OF THE NEW POOR-LAWS.
    • AFFAIRS OF CANADA.
    • STATE OF THE BANKING SYSTEM, ETC.
    • CONSIDERATION OF THE FOREIGN POLICY OF ENGLAND UNDER THE WHIG ADMINISTRATION.
    • MOTION ON THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • ILLNESS AND DEATH OF THE KING—REMARKS ON HIS CHARACTER.
    • CHAPTER XLVIII.
    • THE ACCESSION OF QUEEN VICTORIA.
    • THE QUEEN'S MESSAGE TO BOTH HOUSES—EULOGIES OF THE LATE SOVEREIGN IN BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR PROVIDING THE SUCCESSION TO THE CROWN.
    • THE BUDGET, ETC.
    • ALTERATIONS IN THE CRIMINAL LAW, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF PARTIES AND ELECTIONS.
    • CITY BANQUET TO THE QUEEN.
    • OPENING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • THE SUBJECT OF THE CIVIL LIST DEBATED.
    • THE SUBJECT OF THE PENSION LIST.
    • INTELLIGENCE FROM CANADA—DISCUSSION ON THE SUBJECT—ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XLIX.
    • PARLIAMENT REASSEMBLES—DEBATES ON CANADA—ADDRESS TO THE THRONE
    • THE QUESTION OF ELECTION COMMITTEES, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR THE BALLOT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY QUALIFICATION BILL.
    • PERSONAL ATTACKS.
    • REVIVAL OF ANTI-SLAVERY AGITATION, ETC.
    • DEBATES ON THE IRISH POOR-LAW BILL—THE BILL CARRIED.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE APPROPRIATION CLAUSE—MINISTERIAL PLAN FOR SETTLING THE TITHE QUESTION.
    • COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS UPON THE IRISH MUNICIPAL BILL—THE BILL REJECTED, ETC.
    • THE CORONATION.
    • DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON THE IRISH TITHE QUESTION.
    • THE IRISH POOR-LAW BILL CARRIED IN THE LORDS.
    • PROJECTED FORMATION OF A COLONY IN NEW ZEALAND, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE CORN-LAWS.
    • VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS IN THE LAW.
    • A SELECT COMMITTEE TO INQUIRE INTO THE OPERATION OF THE POOR-LAWS.
    • COMBINATIONS IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND.
    • JOHN THOM. ALIAS SIR WILLIAM COURTENAY.
    • COMMITTEE ON CHURCH LANDS.
    • ACT FOR ABOLISHING PLURALITIES, ETC.
    • THE SUBJECT OF EDUCATION DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT.
    • THE QUESTION OF CANADA RENEWED.
    • QUEEN PROROGUES PARLIAMENT.
    • DISAFFECTION AMONG THE WORKING CLASSES.
    • PROPOSED REDUCTION OF THE RATES OF POSTAGE.
    • THE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF CANADA.
    • THE STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER L.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT.
    • IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS BILL.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT RESPECTING JAMAICA.
    • RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS, AND FAILURE OF SIR ROBERT PEEL TO FORM A NEW ADMINISTRATION, ETC.
    • NATIONAL EDUCATION.
    • AFFAIRS OF CANADA.
    • THE SECOND JAMAICA BILL, ETC.
    • BILL FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE PORTUGUESE SLAVE-TRADE, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR THE BALLOT.
    • ACT FOR THE BETTER ORDERING OF PRISONS.
    • MOTION FOR A COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE HOUSE TO CONSIDER THE NATIONAL PETITION.
    • BIRMINGHAM RIOTS, ETC.
    • THE BUDGET—PROPOSED REDUCTION OF POSTAGE DUTIES, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER LI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.—ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE.
    • BILL FOR THE NATURALIZATION OF PRINCE ALBERT.
    • THE CIVIL-LIST.
    • QUESTION OF PRIVILEGE—HANSARD AND STOCKDALE.
    • AFFAIRS OF CHINA, ETC.
    • THE IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS BILL, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENT, ETC.
    • THE UNION OF THE CANADAS.
    • ECCLESIASTICAL DUTIES AND REVENUES BILL.
    • THE REGENCY BILL.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF BRITISH INDIA.
    • THE MARRIAGE OF THE QUEEN.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER LII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • POOR LAW AMENDMENT ACT.
    • JEWS' CIVIL DISABILITIES REMOVAL BILL.
    • CHURCH OF SCOTLAND: NON-INTRUSION QUESTION, ETC.
    • LAW-REFORM.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • DISCUSSION ON THE CORN-LAWS.
    • RESOLUTION OF WANT OF CONFIDENCE IN THE GOVERNMENT.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW HOUSE OF COMMONS, ETC.
    • RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.—SIR ROBERT PEEL'S ADMINISTRATION.
    • STATEMENT OF SIR ROBERT PEEL AS TO HIS INTENDED COURSE OF PROCEEDING, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • POOR LAWS, ETC.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS, ETC.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER LIII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE CORN-LAWS—PROPOSITION OF MINISTERS ON THE SUBJECT.
    • FINANCIAL MEASURES—INCOME-TAX BILL, ETC.
    • NEW TARIFF.
    • MR. VILLIERS'S MOTION ON THE CORN-LAWS.
    • THE GREAT CHARTIST PETITION.
    • BILL FOR RESTRAINING THE EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN MINES AND COLLIERIES.
    • BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS.
    • LAW REFORMS.
    • BILL FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE ROYAL PERSON.
    • POOR-LAW AMENDMENT BILL.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS, ETC.
    • CHAPTER LIV.
    • STATE OF THE COUNTRY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • NATIONAL DISTRESS.
    • ADDRESS TO THE CROWN ON THE SUBJECT OF EDUCATION.
    • AFFAIRS OF INDIA, ETC.
    • THE CORN-LAW QUESTION RESUMED.
    • IRISH AFFAIRS.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • EDUCATION.
    • CHURCH EXTENSION, ETC.
    • LAW REFORM.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AGITATION IN IRELAND, FORMATION OF THE FREE CHURCH IN SCOTLAND, ETC.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • THE STATE OF INDIA.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER LV.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR THE STOPPAGE OF SUPPLIES.
    • AFFAIRS OF INDIA.
    • IRISH AFFAIRS.
    • RESTRICTIONS ON LABOUR IN FACTORIES, ETC.
    • THE CORN-LAWS AND FREE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • SUGAR-DUTIES BILL, ETC.
    • BANK CHARTER AND BANKING REGULATIONS.
    • DISSENTERS' CHAPELS BILL.
    • SEES OF BANGOR AND ST. ASAPH.
    • MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES OF THE SESSION.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE STATE OF INDIA.
    • PROCEEDINGS AGAINST MR. O'CONNELL.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER LVI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL POLICY—RETENTION OF THE INCOME-TAX, ETC.
    • THE SUGAR-DUTIES QUESTION.
    • CORN-LAWS AND FREE TRADE.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND—MAYNOOTH IMPROVEMENT BILL.
    • ACADEMICAL EDUCATION IN IRELAND.
    • COLONIAL POLICY.
    • QUESTION OF THE OREGON TERRITORY.
    • MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES OF THE SESSION.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF INDIA.
    • THE STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER LVII.
    • STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF THIS YEAR, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SETTLEMENT OF THE CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • CHAPTER LVIII.
    • POSITION OF THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY ON THE DEFECTION OF SIR ROBERT PEEL, AND THE PARLIAMENTARY SUCCESS OF HIS FREE-TRADE MEASURES.
    • THE CONDITION OF IRELAND.—DISTURBED STATE OF THE COUNTRY.—DISAFFECTION
    • POLITICAL AGITATION.—YOUNG IRELAND.
    • AFFAIRS OF INDIA.—BATTLE OF ALIWAL.—TOTAL EXPULSION OF THE SIKHS
    • STATE OF AFFAIRS AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.—SUCCESSES OF THE CAFFRES.—VICTORY OVER THE TRIBES OF STOCK AND PATO BY COLONEL SOMERSET.
    • STATE OF NEW ZEALAND.—SUPPRESSION OF THE NATIVE REVOLT.
    • BORNEO.
    • OUR NORTH AMERICAN COLONIES.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • SOUTH AMERICA.
    • RELATIONS WITH CONTINENTAL EUROPE.
    • HOME.
    • CHAPTER LIX.
    • COLONIAL AFFAIRS.
    • FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • STATE OF IRELAND.—PROGRESS OF FAMINE AND DISEASE.
    • CONTINUED POLITICAL AGITATION.—DREADFUL PREVALENCE OF CRIME.
    • DEATH OF O'CONNELL.
    • MR. JOHN O'CONNELL ASSUMES THE PRESIDENCY OF THE REPEAL
    • BITTER DISPUTES BETWEEN "OLD IRELAND" AND "YOUNG IRELAND."
    • GENERAL STATE OF AFFAIRS IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • POLITICAL AGITATION IN ENGLAND.
    • THE COURT.
    • HOME NAVAL AND MILITARY AFFAIRS.
    • GENERAL HOME INCIDENTS.
    • PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF THE YEAR.
    • GOVERNMENT PLAN OF EDUCATION.
    • BILL FOR CREATING A NEW DIOCESS OF MANCHESTER.
    • DEBATE ON THE ANNEXATION OF CRACOW.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • ASSEMBLING OF A NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE DISTRESS OF THE NATION.
    • MEASURES FOR THE REPRESSION OF HOMICIDE AND OUTRAGE IN IRELAND.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF JEWISH DISABILITIES.
    • ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE.—CLOSE OF THE PARLIAMENTARY LABOURS OF 1847.
    • CHAPTER LX.
    • THE WAR IN INDIA.
    • MUTINY OF SIKH TROOPS IN THE PUNJAUB. AND REVOLT OF CHUTTUR SINGH.
    • SIEGE AND CAPTURE OF MOOLTAN.
    • CAMPAIGN IN THE PUNJAUB UNDER LORD GOUGH.
    • CANADA.
    • THE WEST INDIES.
    • FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • THE UNITED STATES.
    • SPAIN: DIPLOMATIC DISAGREEMENT WITH THAT COUNTRY; DISMISSION OF THE ENGLISH AMBASSADOR.
    • THE CONTINENTAL REVOLUTIONS.
    • ITALY.
    • THE PAPAL STATES.
    • NAPLES AND SICILY.
    • BELGIUM.
    • GERMANY.
    • THE AUSTRIAN EMPIRE.
    • THE GERMAN CONFEDERATION.
    • DENMARK.—SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN.
    • RUSSIA.
    • IRELAND.
    • ENGLAND.
    • VISIT OF FRENCH NATIONAL GUARDS TO LONDON.
    • COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.
    • THE COBDEN TESTIMONIAL.
    • AGITATION CONCERNING THE NAVIGATION LAWS.
    • REWARDS FOR INDIA SERVICE.
    • REFORM OF THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY.
    • THE COURT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.
    • CLOSE OF THE SESSION.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXI.
    • PROSECUTION OF THE WAR IN INDIA, AND ANNEXATION OF THE PUNJAUB.
    • CHINA.
    • BORNEO.
    • THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.
    • CANADA.—POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT.—OPPOSITION AND INSOLENT PROCEEDINGS OF THE BRITISH PARTY.
    • AUSTRALIA.—DISCONTENTS CREATED BY THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION.
    • CEPHALONIA.
    • THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION UNDER SIR J. ROSS.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • STATE OF GERMANY.
    • DEMANDS OF THE RUSSIAN AND AUSTRIAN EMPERORS UPON THE SULTAN OF TURKEY.—INTERPOSITION OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
    • CONTINUED DISTRESS IN IRELAND—CRIME AND OUTRAGE—POLITICAL AGITATIONS EFFORTS OF GOVERNMENT TO MEET THE EXIGENCIES OF THE COUNTRY.
    • POLITICAL STATE OF ENGLAND.
    • COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.
    • THE CHOLERA.
    • PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF 1849—OPENING OF THE SESSION.
    • REPEAL OF THE NAVIGATION LAWS.
    • AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS—MOTION FOR GOVERNMENTAL RELIEF.
    • IRELAND.
    • VOTE OF THANKS TO THE ARMY IN INDIA.
    • MR. COBDEN'S MOTION FOR REDUCING THE ARMY AND NAVY.
    • THE BUDGET.
    • MOTION ON THE STATE OF THE NATION
    • THE PROROGATION.
    • THE COURT.
    • THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO IRELAND.
    • THE ROYAL VISIT TO SCOTLAND.
    • DEATH OF THE QUEEN DOWAGER.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXII.
    • FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • COLONIAL AFFAIRS.
    • INDIA.
    • IRELAND.
    • HOME EVENTS.—PROPOSAL FOR AN EXHIBITION OF THE INDUSTRY OF ALL NATIONS.
    • COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.
    • THE CHOLERA.
    • PAPAL AGGRESSION.
    • COMPLIMENT TO LORD PALMERSTON.
    • ARRIVAL OF THE KOH-I-NOOR.
    • ATTACK UPON GENERAL HAYNAU.
    • PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY.—OPENING OF THE SESSION.
    • AFFAIRS OF GREECE.
    • CONSTITUTIONS FOR THE COLONIES.
    • AUSTRALIAN COLONIES' BILL.
    • LOCAL BURDENS ON LAND.
    • PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • IRISH DISTRESS.
    • IRISH FRANCHISE BILL.
    • BILL FOR THE ABOLITION OF THE LORD-LIEUTENANCY OF IRELAND.
    • MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS OF DEBATE.
    • FINANCE.
    • THE BUDGET.
    • DEATH OF SIR ROBERT PEEL.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE COURT.
    • DEATHS OF REMARKABLE PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXIII.
    • GENERAL PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF 1851.
    • EXHIBITION OF THE INDUSTRY OF ALL NATIONS.
    • THE CENSUS.
    • IRELAND.
    • THE COURT.
    • COLONIAL AFFAIRS.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS—EUROPEAN RELATIONS.
    • DISCUSSIONS IN THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT CONCERNING THE STATE OF AFFAIRS AT NAPLES.
    • DIPLOMATIC DISPUTE WITH AUSTRIA AND TUSCANY, ARISING FROM AN OUTRAGE UPON A YOUNG ENGLISH GENTLEMAN AT FLORENCE.
    • STATEMENT OF MR. ERSKINE MATHER TO M. SALVAGNOLI.*
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS DURING THE YEAR 1851.
    • CHAPTER LXIV.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.
    • THE COURT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS AND PARTY CONFLICTS DURING 1852.
    • PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • THE MILITIA BILL.—DEFEAT AND RESIGNATION OF THE CABINET.
    • THE EARL OF DERBY'S ADMINISTRATION.
    • FOREIGN POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT.—OUTRAGE ON MR. MATHER AT FLORENCE.
    • LAW REFORM.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.—GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • BOTH HOUSES CARRY RESOLUTIONS PLEDGING THEM TO THE FREE-TRADE POLICY.
    • THE GOVERNMENT SCHEME OF FINANCE.—DEFEAT AND RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY.
    • FORMATION OF A NEW MINISTRY.
    • IRELAND.
    • COLONIES.
    • CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.
    • INDIA.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.—BIRMESE WAR.
    • FRANCE.
    • GENERAL EUROPEAN RELATIONS.
    • UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • EFFORTS AGAINST THE SLAVE TRADE, AND TO SUPPRESS PIRACY.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXV.
    • GENERAL STATE OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • THE COURT.
    • STATE OF IRELAND.
    • GENERAL CONDITION OF THE COLONIES.
    • CANADA.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • THE WAR WITH RUSSIA.
    • PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY.
    • INDIA BILL.
    • DISCUSSIONS ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS.—RUSSIA AND TURKEY.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXVI.
    • HOME AFFAIRS.—GENERAL PROSPECTS.
    • THE COURT.
    • IRELAND
    • COLONIAL.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.—THE ALLIANCE WITH FRANCE, THE WAR WITH RUSSIA.
    • PARLIAMENT.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXVII.
    • HOME AFFAIRS—PUBLIC OPINION, AGITATION OF PEOPLE AND PARLIAMENT.
    • DEATH OF THE CZAR.
    • DEPARTURE OF THE BALTIC FLEET.
    • FINANCIAL OPERATIONS FOR THE YEAR.
    • SEVERITY OF THE WEATHER.
    • VISIT OF THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH.
    • DISTRIBUTION OF MEDALS BY THE QUEEN.
    • VISIT OF THE KING OF THE BELGIANS.
    • HER MAJESTY VISITS THE FRENCH EMPEROR.
    • VISIT OF THE KING OF SARDINIA TO THE ENGLISH COURT.
    • IRELAND.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS, MINISTERIAL CHANGES, AND DIPLOMATIC STRUGGLES.
    • THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR—OPERATIONS IN THE CRIMEA AND BLACK SEA.
    • OPERATIONS IN THE SEA OF AZOFF.
    • OPERATIONS IN ASIA MINOR.
    • OPERATIONS OF THE ALLIES IN THE BALTIC.
    • OPERATIONS IN THE WHITE SEA.
    • OPERATIONS IN THE PACIFIC, AND AGAINST THE RUSSIAN SETTLEMENTS IN KAMTSCHATKA.
    • COLONIAL AFFAIRS.
    • INDIA.
    • CHAPTER LXVIII.
    • CONCLUSION OF THE RUSSIAN WAR.
    • GENERAL CONDITION OF THE FOREIGN RELATIONS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.
    • BRITISH POLICY IN ASIA.
    • THE PERSIAN WAR.
    • WAR WITH CHINA.
    • DISPUTES WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW.
    • INDIA.
    • IRELAND.
    • HOME—GENERAL CONDITION OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • NATIONAL FINANCE.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.
    • CHAPTER LXIX.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS: RELATIONS WITH FRANCE, AND WITH OTHER EUROPEAN POWERS THROUGH THE FRENCH ALLIANCE.
    • DIFFERENCE WITH THE UNITED STATES.
    • CHINA—PROSECUTION OF THE WAR.
    • JAPAN.
    • COLONIAL.
    • SARAWAK.
    • INDIA.
    • THE MUTINY.
    • HOME.
    • PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE CHINESE WAR-DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • RE-ASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SUDDEN CONVENTION OF PARLIAMENT IN DECEMBER.
    • THE COURT.
    • ART EXHIBITION IN MANCHESTER.
    • CHAPTER LXX.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.—CHINA AND JAPAN.
    • FRANCE.
    • NAPLES.
    • PRUSSIA.
    • SPAIN.
    • HANOVER.
    • THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • SOUTH AMERICAN STATES.
      • COLONIES.—INDIA.
    • COLONIES.—INDIA.
    • THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES.
    • BRITISH AMERICA
    • IRELAND.
    • HOME.—THE COURT.
    • COMMERCE AND FINANCE.
    • PARLIAMENTARY AND POLITICAL.
  • CONTINUATION
    • OF
  • THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
    • Volume III
  • GEORGE III.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • ACCESSION OF GEORGE III.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT ETC.
    • JUDGES MADE INDEPENDENT OF THE CROWN.
    • CHANGES IN THE CABINET.
    • THE OPERATIONS OF THE WAR.
    • THE RESIGNATION OF MR. PITT.
    • THE MARRIAGE OF THE KING.
    • CORONATION OF THEIR MAJESTIES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISTURBANCES IN IRELAND.
    • WAR WITH SPAIN.
    • FRANCE AND SPAIN DECLARE WAR AGAINST PORTUGAL.
    • DISSENSIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • EVENTS IN GERMANY, ETC.
    • NEGOCIATIONS FOR PEACE.
    • THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT AND THE CONCLUSION OF PEACE.
    • THE RESIGNATION OF BUTE.
    • THE CHARACTER AND IMPEACHMENT OF WILKES.
    • CHANGES IN THE CABINET.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT, AND FURTHER PROCEEDINGS AGAINST WILKES.
    • PROPOSITION TO TAX THE AMERICAN COLONIES.
    • OPPOSITION OF THE AMERICANS.
    • WAR WITH THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS.
    • DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON COLONIAL TAXATION.
    • INSTABILITY OF THE CABINET.
    • ATTEMPTS TO FORM A NEW ADMINISTRATION.
    • OPPOSITION TO THE STAMP DUTIES IN AMERICA.
    • EMBARRASSMENT OF MINISTERS AND MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SENTIMENTS OF THE AMERICANS ON THE DECLARATORY ACT.
    • THE DISSOLUTION OF THE ROCKINGHAM CABINET.
    • DECLINE OF LORD CHATHAM'S POPULARITY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EAST INDIA QUESTION.
    • AMERICAN TAXATION.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN AMERICA.
    • DOMESTIC TROUBLES AND COMMOTIONS.
    • THE RETURN OF WILKES, ETC.
    • RESIGNATION OF LORD CHATHAM.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF WILKES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON WILKES.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISCONTENTS IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE GRAFTON CABINET.
    • DEBATES ON THE MIDDLESEX ELECTION, ETC.
    • THE QUESTION OF CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS, ETC.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • RELEASE OF WILKES.
    • AMERICAN AFFAIRS.
    • RIOTS AT BOSTON.
    • THE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • REMONSTRANCE OF BECKFORD TO THE KING.
    • PROSECUTION OF WOODFALL AND ALMON.
    • DISPUTES RESPECTING FALKLAND ISLANDS.
    • AFFAIRS OF AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE CONCERNING THE FALKLAND ISLANDS.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE LAW OF LIBEL.
    • QUARRELS BETWEEN THE LORDS AND COMMONS.
    • CONVENTION WITH SPAIN.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • RE-OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PROCEEDINGS AGAINST SHOREHAM.
    • RESOLUTIONS RESPECTING THE PUBLICATION OF DEBATES.
    • COMMITTAL OF THE LORD MAYOR AND ALDERMAN OLIVER TO THE TOWER.
    • CONTEST BETWEEN THE CITY AND LEGISLATURE.
    • THE QUESTION OF THE MIDDLESEX ELECTION.
    • THE QUESTION OF THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE SESSION CLOSED.
    • RELEASE OF THE LORD MAYOR AND ALDERMAN OLIVER.
    • EDUCATION OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • CITY PETITION TO THE KING.
    • DISPUTES IN THE CITY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON SUBSCRIPTION TO THE THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES.
    • ECCLESIASTICAL NULLUM TEMPUS BILL.
    • THE CASE OF DR. NOWELL.
    • TEST AND CORPORATION ACTS.
    • THE ROYAL MARRIAGE ACT.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • THE SESSION CLOSED.
    • FATE OF THE QUEEN OF DENMARK.
    • DEATH OF THE PRINCESS DOWAGER OF WALES.
    • REVOLUTION IN SWEDEN.
    • PARTITION OF POLAND.
    • INVESTIGATION OF THE MIDDLESEX ELECTION.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • THE CARIBBS OF ST. VINCENTS.
    • PETITION OF NAVAL OFFICERS.
    • SUBSCRIPTION TO THE THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES.
    • DEBATES ON EAST INDIA MEASURES.
    • THE SESSION CLOSED.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN THE CITY.
    • CONTINENTAL POLITICS.
    • IRISH AFFAIRS.
    • DISPUTES WITH THE AMERICAN COLONIES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EARLY MEASURES IN THIS SESSION.
    • THE BOSTONIAN PETITION.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS AGAINST AMERICA.
    • BILL FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF CANADA.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PROCEEDINGS AT BOSTON.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • PACIFIC MEASURE OF LORD NORTH.
    • BURKE'S PLAN OF CONCILIATION.
    • CLOSE OF THE SESSION.
    • PETITION OF THE CITY OF LONDON.
    • DEPARTURE OF FRANKLIN.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICANS.
    • EXPEDITION TO SEIZE STORES AT SALEM.
    • AFFAIR AT LEXINGTON, ETC.
    • MEETING OF THE ASSEMBLIES AND OF GENERAL CONGRESS.
    • BATTLE OF BUNKER'S HILL.
    • GENERAL WASHINGTON.
    • EXPEDITIONS AGAINST TICONDEROGA AND CROWN POINT, ETC.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST CANADA.
    • DISPOSITION AND REVOLT OF THE VIRGINIANS.
    • CONDUCT OF CONGRESS TOWARDS NEW YORK, ETC.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN ENGLAND.
    • PROSECUTION AND TRIAL OF HORNE TOOKE, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • THE MILITIA BILL.
    • THE NAVY AND LAND ESTIMATES.
    • PETITION OF NOVA SCOTIA.
    • PETITION OF CONGRESS.
    • MOTIONS OF THE DUKE OF GRAFTON.
    • THE LAND TAX INCREASED.
    • BURKE'S SECOND CONCILIATORY MOTION.
    • LORD NORTH'S PROHIBITORY BILL.
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SENTIMENTS OF FOREIGN POWERS, ETC.
    • EVACUATION OF BOSTON BY THE BRITISH.
    • MISSION OF INDIAN CHIEFS.
    • AFFAIRS OF CANADA.
    • UNSUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
    • AFFAIRS IN VIRGINIA.
    • DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE BY CONGRESS.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST NEW YORK.
    • DEFEAT OF THE AMERICANS ON LONG ISLAND.
    • CONFERENCE ON STATEN ISLAND.
    • CAPTURE OF NEW YORK, ETC.
    • CAPTURE OF FORT WASHINGTON.
    • CAPTURE OF FORT LEE, AND RETREAT OF WASHINGTON.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST RHODE ISLAND.
    • SUCCESSES OF GENERAL CARLETON.
    • MEASURES OF CONGRESS.
    • DEFECTION OF THE COLONISTS, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • ATTEMPT TO FIRE HIS MAJESTY'S DOCKYARD AT PORTSMOUTH.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • LETTERS OF MARQUE GRANTED.
    • BILL FOR DETAINING PERSONS IN PRISON CHARGED WITH HIGH-TREASON.
    • MISCELLANEOUS DEBATES.
    • SPIRITED ADDRESS OF THE SPEAKER TO THE KING.
    • LORD CHATHAM'S MOTION FOR CONCESSIONS TO AMERICA.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • SUCCESSES OF WASHINGTON.
    • BRITISH EXPEDITION UP THE HUDSON RIVER.
    • AMERICAN EXPEDITION TO LONG ISLAND.
    • CAPTURE OF GENERAL PRESCOT, ETC.
    • BATTLE OF THE BRANDYWINE, ETC.
    • CAPTURE OF PHILADELPHIA.
    • OPENING OF THE DELAWARE.
    • CLOSE OF HOWE'S CAMPAIGN.
    • EXPEDITION AND CAPTURE OF BURGOYNE.
    • CLINTON'S EXPEDITION UP THE HUDSON.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON AMERICA.
    • DUKE OF RICHMOND'S MOTION FOR INQUIRING INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • FOX'S MOTION FOR INQUIRING INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • ARMY AND NAVY ESTIMATES.
    • INTELLIGENCE OF BURGOYNES DEFEAT
    • ROYAL ASSENT TO SEVERAL BILLS.
    • PARLIAMENT ADJOURNED.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • DEMONSTRATION OF PUBLIC SPIRIT IN ENGLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • COMMITTEE FOR TAKING THE STATE OF THE NATION INTO CONSIDERATION.
    • BURKE'S MOTION RELATIVE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF INDIANS.
    • COMMITTEE OF EVIDENCE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS, ETC.
    • LORD NORTHS CONCILIATORY BILLS.
    • INTIMATION OF THE FRENCH TREATY WITH AMERICA.
    • INVESTIGATION OF THE STATE OF THE NAVY.
    • MOTION FOR EXCLUDING CONTRACTORS FROM PARLIAMENT.
    • REVISION OF THE TRADE OF IRELAND.
    • BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS.
    • MOTION OF CENSURE ON LORD GEORGE GERMAINE, ETC.
    • LORD CHATHAM'S LAST APPEARANCE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • DEATH OF LORD CHATHAM, AND POSTHUMOUS HONOURS TO HIS MEMORY.
    • THE DUKE OF RICHMOND'S MOTION RESUMED.
    • THE SESSION CLOSED.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN FRANCE.
    • NAVAL OPERATIONS IN THE BRITISH CHANNEL.
    • DISGRACEFUL INFRACTION OF THE CONVENTION OF SARATOGA.
    • LAFAYETTE'S EXPEDITION TO CANADA.
    • UNFORTUNATE ACTION UNDER LAFAYETTE.
    • SIR HENRY CLINTON TAKES THE COMMAND OF THE BRITISH TROOPS.
    • ARRIVAL OF THE COMMISSIONERS IN AMERICA WITH THE CONCILIATORY BILLS.
    • EVACUATION OF PHILADELPHIA BY THE BRITISH, ETC.
    • DISGRACE OF GENERAL LEE.
    • UNSUCCESSFUL ATTACK BY THE AMERICANS AND FRENCH ON RHODE ISLAND.
    • OPERATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY.
    • ATTACK OF THE SAVAGES ON THE SETTLEMENT OF WYOMING, ETC.
    • ARRIVAL OF THE FRENCH ENVOY AT PHILADELPHIA.
    • MOVEMENTS OF THE BRITISH AND FRENCH FLEETS.
    • CAPTURE OF DOMINICA BY THE FRENCH.
    • CAPTURE OF ST. LUCIE BY THE BRITISH.
    • RE-CAPTURE OF THE ISLANDS OF ST. PIERRE AND MIQUELON.
    • FRENCH PLANS REGARDING CANADA COUNTERACTED BY WASHINGTON.
    • CAPTURE OF SAVANNAH BY THE BRITISH.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIR RESPECTING ADMIRAL KEPPEL AND SIR HUGH PALLISER.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • TRIAL OF ADMIRAL KEPPEL AND VICE-ADMIRAL PALLISER.
    • ATTACKS ON LORD SANDWICH.
    • INVESTIGATION RESPECTING THE CONDUCT OF GENERAL AND LORD HOWE.
    • RELIEF TO PROTESTANT DISSENTERS.
    • DEBATES ON THE TRADE OF IRELAND.
    • WAR WITH SPAIN.
    • DEBATES ON THE MILITIA BILL.
    • BILL FOR THE IMPRESSMENT OF SEAMEN.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • THE CAUSES OF THE RUPTURE WITH SPAIN.
    • SPANISH ATTEMPT UPON GIBRALTAR.
    • FRENCH AND ENGLISH FLEETS IN THE CHANNEL, ETC.
    • AFFAIRS IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • OPERATIONS IN GEORGIA.
    • INEFFECTUAL ATTEMPT OF THE AMERICANS TO REDUCE SAVANNAH.
    • BRITISH INCURSIONS INTO VIRGINIA.
    • CAPTURE OF STONEY-POINT AND VERPLANKS.
    • BRITISH EXPEDITION AGAINST CONNECTICUT.
    • STONEY-POINT RE-CAPTURED, BUT DESERTED AT THE APPROACH OF THE BRITISH.
    • BRITISH GARRISON SURPRISED AT PAULUS-HOOK.
    • AMERICAN DISASTER AT PENOBSCOT.
    • AMERICAN RETALIATION ON THE INDIANS, ETC.
    • SPANISH INCURSIONS.
    • ACTION BETWEEN PAUL JONES AND CAPTAIN PEARSON.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • LORD SHELBURNE ATTACKS MINISTERS IN THE CASE OF IRELAND.
    • LORD OSSORY'S ATTACK ON MINISTERS RESPECTING IRELAND.
    • LORD NORTH'S PROPOSITION FOR THE RELIEF OF IRELAND.
    • DEBATES ON ECONOMICAL REFORM.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • BURKE'S PLAN OF ECONOMICAL REFORM.
    • REJECTION OF LORD SHELBURNE'S MOTION FOR A COMMISSION OF ACCOUNTS.
    • MINISTERIAL BILL FOR COMMISSION OF ACCOUNTS.
    • BILL FOR EXCLUDING CONTRACTORS FROM PARLIAMENT REJECTED.
    • MOTIONS REGARDING PLACES AND PENSIONS.
    • POLITICAL ALTERCATIONS.
    • DEBATES ON THE INCREASE OF CROWN INFLUENCE.
    • LORD NORTH'S PROPOSAL RESPECTING THE EAST INDIA COMPANY.
    • GENERAL CONWAY'S PLAN OF RECONCILIATION WITH AMERICA.
    • POPULAR RAGE AGAINST THE CATHOLICS; RIOTS IN LONDON, ETC.
    • MEASURES ADOPTED BY PARLIAMENT, ARISING OUT OF THE LONDON RIOTS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • TRIAL OF LORD GEORGE GORDON AND THE RIOTERS.
    • ADMIRAL RODNEY'S SUCCESS AGAINST THE SPANIARDS.
    • ARMED NEUTRALITY.
    • RODNEY ENGAGES THE FRENCH FLEET.
    • EXPEDITION AGAINST SOUTH CAROLINA.
    • BATTLE OF CAMDEN, ETC.
    • AFFAIRS AT NEW YORK.
    • TREASON OF ARNOLD, AND FATE OF MAJOR ANDRE.
    • MARITIME LOSSES SUSTAINED BY THE BRITISH.
    • WAR WITH HOLLAND.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • NOTICE OF THE RUPTURE WITH HOLLAND.
    • BURKE RE-INTRODUCES THE SUBJECT OF ECONOMICAL REFORM, ETC.
    • DEBATES ON THE SUPPLIES.
    • MOTION ON THE EMPLOYMENT OF THE MILITARY IN THE LATE RIOTS.
    • PETITION OF THE DELEGATES OF THE COUNTY ASSOCIATIONS.
    • THE MARRIAGE ACT CORRECTED.
    • MOTION OF FOX RESPECTING THE AMERICAN WAR.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • ATTACK ON JERSEY.
    • THE GARRISON OF GIBRALTAR RELIEVED.
    • REVOLT IN WASHINGTON'S CAMP.
    • ARNOLD'S EXPEDITION TO VIRGINIA, ETC.
    • LORD CORNWALLIS'S EXPEDITION TO VIRGINIA.
    • SIEGE OF LORD CORNWALLIS IN YORK-TOWN.
    • LOSS OF THE BRITISH DOMINION IN FLORIDA.
    • ATTACK ON MINORCA.
    • FRENCH AND SPANISH FLEETS IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL.
    • NAVAL ACTION WITH THE DUTCH.
    • CAPTURE OF ST. EUSTATIUS.
    • COMMODORE JOHNSTONE ATTACKED BY DE SUFFREIN, ETC.
    • FURTHER OPERATIONS IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • SENTIMENTS OF FOREIGN POWERS TOWARD ENGLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CENSURES ON RODNEY AND VAUGHAN.
    • DEBATE ON THE NAVY.
      • On the 5th of December Lord Lisburne moved, that
    • On the 5th of December Lord Lisburne moved, that
    • MOTION OF SIR JAMES LOWTHER FOR PEACE, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • RECENT EVENTS ON THE THEATRE OF WAR.
    • FOX'S MOTIONS FOR INQUIRY INTO THE NAVY.
    • MOTIONS OF INQUIRY IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
    • DEBATES ON LORD GEORGE GERMAINE'S ELEVATION TO THE PEERAGE.
    • RENEWED ATTACKS ON LORD SANDWICH: RESIGNATION OF LORD NORTH.
    • THE NEW MINISTRY.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • BILL FOR EXCLUDING CONTRACTORS, ETC.
    • RESOLUTIONS RESPECTING WILKES EXPUNGED FROM THE JOURNALS.
    • DISFRANCHISEMENT OF CRICKLADE, ETC.
    • DEBATES ON PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • VICTORY OF RODNEY.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE WAR IN AMERICA.
    • STATE OF THE WAR IN THE WEST INDIES, ETC.
    • MARITIME EVENTS.
    • SIEGE AND RELIEF OF GIBRALTAR.
    • PROSPECT OF GENERAL PACIFICATION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE.
    • RE-ASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE COALITION MINISTRY.
    • RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE WITH AMERICA, ETC.
    • PITT'S PLAN FOR REFORMING THE TREASURY ETC.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • PETITION OF THE QUAKERS AGAINST THE SLAVE TRADE.
    • SETTLEMENT ON THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • EXECUTION OF TREATIES, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • FOX'S INDIA BILL.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE COALITION MINISTRY—PITT MADE PRIME MINISTER.
    • EFFORTS OF THE OPPOSITION AGAINST THE NEW MINISTRY.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • THE TRIAL OF PARTIES, AND TRIUMPH OF PITT.
    • A GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • ACTS TO PREVENT SMUGGLING, ETC.
    • THE BUDGET OF 1784.
    • PITT'S INDIA BILL.
    • BILL FOR THE RESTORATION OF FORFEITED ESTATES IN SCOTLAND.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE WESTMINSTER SCRUTINY.
    • PITT'S REFORM BILL.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER XV.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR THE FORTIFICATION OF THE DOCK-YARDS AT PORTSMOUTH AND PLYMOUTH.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • DEBATES ON INDIA, ETC.
    • A RETROSPECTIVE VIEW OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.
    • ATTEMPT ON THE KING'S LIFE.
    • TREATIES WITH FRANCE AND SPAIN.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE TREATY OF COMMERCE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
    • PITT'S PLAN OF FINANCIAL REFORM.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE CORPORATION AND TEST ACTS.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO THE ABUSES OF THE POST-OFFICE.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN GOVERNMENT, AND THE EAST INDIA COMPANY.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • ADDITIONS MADE TO THE BILL FOR TRYING CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS.
    • CLAIMS OF THE AMERICAN ROYALISTS, ETC.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • CHARGE AGAINST SIR ELIJAH IMPEY.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • CONTINENTAL ALLIANCES.
    • DERANGEMENT OF HIS MAJESTY: DEBATES ON THE REGENCY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XVII.
    • ELECTION OF SPEAKER.
    • THE QUESTION OF THE REGENCY RESUMED.
    • RECOVERY OF HIS MAJESTY.
    • ADOPTION OF A PLAN OF FORTIFYING THE WEST INDIAN ISLANDS.
    • BILL FOR THE COMMEMORATION OF THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS, ETC.
    • SHOP-TAX REPEALED, ETC.
    • MOTION RESPECTING THE CORPORATION AND TEST ACTS, ETC.
    • SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • ELECTION OF SPEAKER.
    • PITTS FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • STATE OF PARTIES IN ENGLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE TEST AND CORPORATION ACTS.
    • FLOOD'S MOTION FOR REFORM OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT, ETC.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • DISPUTES WITH SPAIN.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED, AND DISSOLVED.
    • SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES WITH SPAIN.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • PROGRESS OF REVOLUTIONARY PRINCIPLES IN ENGLAND.
    • WAR IN INDIA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • DEBATE ON THE WAR IN INDIA.
    • DISPUTE WITH RUSSIA.
    • BILL FOR THE REGULATION OF CANADA.
    • SLAVE-TRADE ABOLITION BILL.
    • CATHOLIC RELIEF BILL, ETC.
    • BILL TO AMEND THE LAW ON LIBELS.
    • FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • PROGRESS OF THE REVOLUTION IN FRANCE.
    • STATE OF PUBLIC OPINION IN ENGLAND, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE RUSSIAN ARMAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE AFFAIRS OF INDIA.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • LONDON POLICE ACT.
    • ACT TO RELIEVE THE SCOTCH EPISCOPALIANS, ETC.
    • SHERIDAN'S MOTION RESPECTING THE ROYAL BURGHS OF SCOTLAND.
    • DEBATES ON PARLIAMENTARY REFORM, ETC.
    • TRIAL OF HASTINGS, ETC.
    • BILL RESPECTING THE NEW FOREST AND TIMBER FOR THE NAVY.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
    • AFFAIRS OF POLAND.
    • STATE OF THE PUBLIC MIND IN ENGLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE ALIEN BILL, ETC.
    • EXECUTION OF THE FRENCH KING.
    • CHAPTER XX.
    • HOSTILE MESSAGE OF THE KING TO PARLIAMENT.
    • DECLARATION OF WAR BY THE FRENCH, ETC.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • THE TRAITOROUS CORRESPONDENCE BILL.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
    • RELIEF GRANTED TO MERCANTILE MEN.
    • RENEWAL OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER.
    • RELIEF OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS OF SCOTLAND, ETC.
    • TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • DISCUSSION ON A MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO THE STATES-GENERAL.
    • FOX'S MOTION FOR PEACE.
    • MR. GREY'S MEASURE OF PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • PROSPECTS OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, &c.
    • CHAPTER XXI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE MILITIA AUGMENTED, ETC.
    • SUSPENSION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS ACT.
    • AGITATION IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND.
    • INTRODUCTION OF FOREIGN TROOPS.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • MOTION ON BEHALF OF LA FAYETTE.
    • MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO THE RECENT FAILURES OF OUR ARMIES.
    • THE TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • THE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS.
    • EMBASSY TO CHINA, ETC.
    • CORSICA ANNEXED TO THE CROWN OF ENGLAND.
    • LORD HOWE'S NAVAL VICTORY, ETC.
    • BRITISH CONQUESTS IN THE WEST INDIES.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • MILITARY OPERATIONS ON THE CONTINENT.
    • THE INTERNAL CONDITION OF FRANCE.
    • CONVENTION WITH SWEDEN AND DENMARK.
    • THE STATE OF POLAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XXII.
    • BILL FOR THE SUSPENSION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS ACT (CONTINUED.)
    • SUBSIDY TO AUSTRIA.
    • SUPPLIES, ETC.
    • PITT'S PLAN TO MAN THE NAVY, ETC.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • TERMINATION OF THE TRIAL OF WARREN HASTINGS.
    • MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION REJECTED.
    • MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, ETC.
    • FRENCH OPERATIONS IN HOLLAND, ETC.
    • TREATIES BETWEEN FRANCE AND PRUSSIA, ETC.
    • TREATY BETWEEN ENGLAND AND RUSSIA, ETC.
    • THE CAMPAIGN OF THE ALPS.
    • AFFAIRS OF LA VENDEE.
    • ARMIES ON THE RHINE.
    • AFFAIRS AT PARIS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL TO PREVENT SEDITIOUS MEETINGS, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XXIII.
    • GREY'S MOTION FOR PEACE, ETC.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • NEGOCIATIONS FOR PEACE.
    • MILITARY AFFAIRS ON THE CONTINENT.
    • SURRENDER OF CORSICA AND THE ISLE OF ELBA.
    • DUTCH ATTEMPT TO RETAKE THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.
    • FRENCH EXPEDITION TO IRELAND.
    • DISPUTES BETWEEN FRANCE AND AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PITT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • MISSION OF LORD MALMESBURY TO PARIS.
    • STOPPAGE OF CASH PAYMENTS AT THE BANK.
    • MUTINY IN THE FLEETS.
    • GREY'S MOTION FOR REFORM, ETC.
    • FRENCH DESCENT ON WALES.
    • BATTLE OFF CAPE ST. VINCENT.
    • BATTLE OFF CAMPERDOWN.
    • THE BLOCKADE OF CADIZ, ETC.
    • WAR ON THE CONTINENT.
    • INTERNAL HISTORY OF FRANCE.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XXIV.
    • REDEMPTION OF THE LAND-TAX, ETC.
    • IRISH REBELLION.
    • INVASION OF BELGIUM.
    • EXPEDITION TO MINORCA.
    • BATTLE OF THE NILE, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • INCOME TAX SANCTIONED, ETC.
    • TREATY WITH RUSSIA.
    • UNION WITH IRELAND CONSIDERED
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CAMPAIGN IN ITALY.
    • CAMPAIGN IN EGYPT.
    • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CONSULAR GOVERNMENT IN FRANCE.
    • AFFAIRS OF INDIA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY DISCUSSIONS.
    • UNION WITH IRELAND COMPLETED.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CAMPAIGN IN ITALY.
    • CAPTURE OF MALTA.
    • NAVAL OPERATIONS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTIONS FOR PEACE, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XXV.
    • COMMENCEMENT OF THE UNION WITH IRELAND.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RESIGNATION OF MR. PITT, ETC.
    • THE NEW MINISTRY.
    • MOTION FOR AN INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • PARLIAMENTARY MEASURES.
    • WAR WITH THE NORTHERN POWERS.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE NORTHERN CONFEDERACY.
    • EXPEDITION TO EGYPT.
    • AFFAIRS ON THE CONTINENT.
    • NAVAL OPERATIONS.
    • TREATY OF AMIENS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY MEASURES.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR HOSTILITY.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • TRIAL OF COLONEL DESPARD.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.
    • ACT TO RELIEVE CATHOLICS, ETC.
    • WAR PROCLAIMED WITH FRANCE.
    • THE CAUSES FOR THE RENEWAL OF WAR WITH FRANCE.
    • WAR WITH HOLLAND.
    • MILITIA BILL, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • INSURRECTION IN IRELAND.
    • LETTER OF THE PRINCE OF WALES.
    • MOVEMENTS OF THE FRENCH
    • NAVAL CONQUESTS.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XXVI.
    • HIS MAJESTY'S INDISPOSITION.
    • CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY—PITT RESUMES OFFICE.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • ADDITIONAL FORCE ACT
    • DEBATE ON THE CORN-LAWS.
    • THE BUDGET—PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • AFFAIRS OF FRANCE: NAPOLEON CREATED EMPEROR.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS.
    • COALITION BETWEEN PITT AND ADDINGTON.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • ARMY AND NAVY ESTIMATES, ETC.
    • DEBATE ON THE RUPTURE WITH SPAIN.
    • CLAIMS OF THE CATHOLICS.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • IMPEACHMENT OF LORD MELVILLE.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.
    • DISSENSIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • NAPOLEON CROWNED KING OF ITALY
    • CONQUESTS OF NAPOLEON IN BAVARIA.
    • THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEATH OF MR. PITT.
    • THE GRENVILLE ADMINISTRATION.
    • NEGOCIATIONS FOR PEACE.
    • WINDHAM'S MILITARY PLAN.
    • THE BUDGET.
    • TRIAL OF LORD MELVILLE.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • PARLIAMENT PROROGUED, ETC.
    • DEATH OF FOX.
    • NAVAL SUCCESSES.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • AFFAIRS OF SICILY.
    • WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND PRUSSIA, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHAPTER XXVII.
    • DEBATE ON THE NEGOCIATION WITH FRANCE.
    • FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • BILL FOR REMOVING THE DISABILITIES OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS.
    • DISMISSAL OF MINISTERS.
    • NEW CABINET.
    • TRIAL OF STRENGTH BETWEEN THE TWO PARTIES.
    • DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • CAMPAIGN OF NAPOLEON.
    • THE PEACE OF TILSIT.
    • EXPEDITION TO COPENHAGEN.
    • HOSTILITIES AGAINST TURKEY.
    • EXPEDITION TO EGYPT.
    • DISASTERS IN SOUTH AMERICA.
    • WAR WITH RUSSIA.
    • FRENCH INVASION OF PORTUGAL.
    • MILAN DECREE, ETC.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE ORDERS IN COUNCIL.
    • FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • DEBATE ON IRELAND.
    • MOTION RESPECTING THE DROITS OF ADMIRALTY, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RISING OF THE SPANISH NATION, ETC.
    • AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL. CONFEDERATION OF FRANCE AND RUSSIA.
    • OPERATIONS IN SPAIN.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE SUPPLIES, ETC.
    • CHARGES AGAINST THE DUKE OF YORK.
    • PARLIAMENTARY CORRUPTION.
    • MOTION FOR REFORM.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN.
    • FURTHER OPERATIONS IN SPAIN.
    • CAMPAIGN OF NAPOLEON IN ITALY.
    • BRITISH EXPEDITION AGAINST NAPLES AND WALCHEREN.
    • DISSENSIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE WALCHEREN EXPEDITION.
    • PROCEEDINGS AGAINST SIR FRANCIS BURDETT.
    • THE SUPPLIES.
    • THE SLAVE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • PETITION OF THE IRISH CATHOLICS, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CAMPAIGN IN PORTUGAL.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN.
    • FOREIGN CONQUESTS, ETC.
    • THE MARRIAGE OF NAPOLEON, ETC.
    • ILLNESS OF HIS MAJESTY—OPENING OF PARLIAMENT, ETC.
    • OPENING OF PARLIAMENT BY THE REGENT
    • DEBATE ON THE RE-APPOINTMENT OF THE DUKE OF YORK TO THE WAR-OFFICE.
    • THE SUPPLIES.
    • THE BULLION COMMITTEE, ETC.
    • SUBJECT OF MILITARY DISCIPLINE.
    • LOUD SIDMOUTH'S MOTION RESPECTING DISSENTING PREACHERS.
    • AFFAIRS OF THE IRISH CATHOLICS.
    • AMENDMENT OF THE CRIMINAL LAW
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • CAPTURE OF JAVA.
    • AFFAIRS OF PORTUGAL.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN, CAPTURE OF BADAJOZ, ETC.
    • NAVAL AFFAIRS
    • AFFAIRS OF FRANCE.
    • CHAPTER XXIX.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AUGMENTATION OF THE CIVIL LIST.
    • BILL FOR PROHIBITING THE GRANT OF OFFICES IN REVERSION, ETC.
    • CHANGES IN THE MINISTRY, ETC.
    • ATTACKS UPON MINISTERS.
    • ASSASSINATION OF MR. PERCEVAL.
    • ADMINISTRATION OF LORD LIVERPOOL.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • POPULATION RETURNS, ETC.
    • BILL FOR PRESERVATION OF THE PEACE.
    • BILL TO EXTEND THE PRIVILEGES OF DISSENTERS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT, ETC.
    • CAPTURE OF CIUDAD RODRIGO BY THE BRITISH.
    • STORM AND CAPTURE OF BADAJOZ.
    • OPERATIONS IN SPAIN.
    • WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND RUSSIA.
    • WAR WITH AMERICA.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE WAR WITH AMERICA.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • RENEWAL OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER.
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • CURATES' BILL, ETC.
    • APPOINTMENT OF VICE-CHANCELLOR.
    • DEBATES ON THE TREATY WITH SWEDEN.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF SPAIN.
    • AMERICAN CAMPAIGN.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR ALLOWING THE MILITIA TO VOLUNTEER INTO THE LINE, ETC.
    • CHAPTER XXX.
    • PARLIAMENTARY MEASURES.
    • CAMPAIGN OF LORD WELLINGTON.
    • THE ALLIES ENTER PARIS; NAPOLEON DETHRONED, ETC.
    • TREATY OF PEACE.
    • HONOURS CONFERRED ON WELLINGTON, ETC.
    • VISIT OF THE ALLIED SOVEREIGNS.
    • CONGRESS OF VIENNA.
    • CAMPAIGN IN AMERICA, ETC.
    • TREATY OF PEACE WITH AMERICA, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RETURN OF NAPOLEON FROM. ELBA.
    • TRIAL BY JURY, ETC.
    • WAR RESOLVED ON; FINANCIAL MEASURES.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CONGRESS OF VIENNA.
    • AFFAIRS OF FRANCE.
    • THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.
    • CAPTURE OF PARIS.—SURRENDER OF NAPOLEON, ETC.
    • RETURN OF LOUIS XVIII. TO PARIS.
    • BRITAIN GAINS POSSESSION OF THE ISLAND OF CEYLON.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE TREATIES.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • ROYAL MARRIAGES.
    • VARIOUS MOTIONS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RIOTS, ETC.
    • EXPEDITION TO ALGIERS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MEASURES OF ECONOMY.
    • RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLIC LIBERTY.
    • COMMITTEE ON THE POOR-LAWS, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • RIOTS AT MANCHESTER, ETC.
    • DEATH OF THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.
    • CHAPTER XXXI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR SECRET COMMITTEES PREPARATORY TO A BILL OF INDEMNITY.
    • EXTENSION OF THE BANK RESTRICTION.
    • TREATY WITH SPAIN.
    • ROYAL MARRIAGES.
    • THE SUPPLIES.
    • THE ALIEN ACT, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF THE MANUFACTURERS OF LANCASHIRE, ETC.
    • DEATH OF QUEEN CHARLOTTE.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE DUKE OF YORK APPOINTED GUARDIAN TO HIS MAJESTY.
    • COMMITTEE ON THE CRIMINAL CODE.
    • MEASURES FOR RESUMPTION OF CASH-PAYMENTS.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • CATHOLIC CLAIMS.
    • FOREIGN ENLISTMENT ACT.
    • SLAVE-TRADE, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SEDITIOUS ASSEMBLAGES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • CESSION OF PARGA TO THE TURKS.
    • DEATH OF GEORGE III.
    • CHAPTER XXXII.
    • ACCESSION OF GEORGE IV.
    • DECLARATION OF THE KING, ETC.
    • DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CATO-STREET CONSPIRACY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILLS FOR AMENDING THE CRIMINAL CODE.
    • EDUCATION BILL.
    • MOTION FOR A COMMITTEE ON THE CORN-LAWS.
    • MOTION FOR A COMMITTEE RESPECTING FREE TRADE.
    • THE CIVIL LIST, ETC.
    • MESSAGE RESPECTING THE QUEEN
    • TRIAL OF THE QUEEN.
    • CHAPTER XXXIII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE HOLY ALLIANCE
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • MOTIONS FOR PARLIAMENTARY REFORM, ETC.
    • REPORT OF THE AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE.
    • THE NAVIGATION LAWS.
    • THE SUPPLIES, ETC.
    • CORONATION OF GEORGE IV.
    • DEATH OF QUEEN CAROLINE.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHANGES IN THE CABINET.
    • MOTION TO RESTORE ROMAN CATHOLIC PEERS TO THEIR SEATS IN PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION ON AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS, ETC.
    • ACTS FOR THE REDUCTION OF EXPENDITURE.
    • DEBATES ON THE CURRENCY.
    • REDUCTION OF IMPOSTS, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR PARLIAMENTARY REFORM
    • CAUSE OF THE GREEKS—PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CHANGE IN THE CABINET.
    • CHAPTER XXXIV
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE.
    • THE SUPPLIES.
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • AFFAIRS IN IRELAND.
    • MOTIONS TO REFORM THE CRIMINAL LAW.
    • MOTION TO REFORM THE SCOTCH REPRESENTATION.
    • NEW LONDON BRIDGE BILL.
    • MOTION RESPECTING THE DUTY ON THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.
    • EXPENSES OF THE CORONATION.
    • MUNIFICENCE OF GEORGE IV.
    • IRISH TITHE COMMUTATION BILL, ETC.—PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF THE COUNTRY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • ATTACK ON MINISTERS WITH REFERENCE TO SPAIN, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
    • THE TRADE QUESTION
    • ALIEN BILL, ETC.
    • DISCUSSIONS ON THE REVOLT IN DEMARARA, ETC.
    • STATE OF THE BRITISH COLONIES.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER XXXV.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL ASSOCIATIONS IN IRELAND.
    • CATHOLIC RELIEF BILL.
    • COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • MR. HUME'S MOTION AGAINST THE IRISH CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT, ETC.
    • STATE OF THE IRISH CHARTER SCHOOLS.
    • DEBATES ON ALLEGED ABUSES IN CHANCERY.
    • REGULATION OF THE SALARIES OF THE JUDGES.
    • REJECTION OF THE UNITARIAN MARRIAGE ACT, ETC.
    • ACT AGAINST COMBINATIONS AMONG WORKMEN.
    • FREE-TRADE SYSTEM.
    • SURRENDER, OF THE CHARTER OF THE LEVANT COMPANY.
    • REPORT OF TREATIES.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • PROPOSALS FOR THE ABOLITION OF CERTAIN TAXES, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • GREAT COMMERCIAL PANIC.
    • THE BURMESE WAR.
    • REVIEW OF FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • CHAPTER XXXVI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MEASURES PROPOSED FOR RELIEVING COMMERCIAL DISTRESS.
    • BILL TO ENABLE PRIVATE BANKS TO HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PARTNERS,
    • APPOINTMENT OF A COMMITTEE ON EMIGRATION.
    • MODIFICATION OF THE CORN-LAWS.
    • DEBATES ON FREE TRADE.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • BILL TO PREVENT BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS.
    • PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • ALTERATION OF THE CRIMINAL CODE.
    • CASE OF MR. KENRICK.
    • STATE OF THE COLONIES.
    • MODE FOR AMENDING THE REPRESENTATION OF EDINBURGH, ETC.
    • RESOLUTION FOR THE REGULATION OF PRIVATE COMMITTEES.
    • MOTION TO HOLD PARLIAMENT OCCASIONALLY IN DUBLIN AND EDINBURGH.
    • RESTORATION OF FORFEITED SCOTCH PEERAGES.
    • MOTION TO DISJOIN THE PRESIDENCY OF THE BOARD OF TRADE FROM THE
    • CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION, ETC.
    • INDIA JURY BILL, ETC.
    • NATURALIZATION ACT, ETC.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • THE BURMESE WAR.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE ON JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES, ETC.
    • KING'S MESSAGE RESPECTING THE CONDUCT OF SPAIN TOWARDS PORTUGAL.
    • RESOLUTIONS AGAINST BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS.
    • CHAPTER XXXVII.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF YORK.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • THE CORN-LAWS.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE MINISTRY.
    • REASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EXPLANATIONS OF MEMBERS, AND HOSTILITY TO THE MINISTRY.
    • OPINIONS OF HIS MAJESTY ON THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • MOTION ON THE CHANCELLOR'S JURISDICTION IN BANKRUPTCY.
    • MOTIONS REGARDING THE STAMP-DUTY AND CHEAP PUBLICATIONS.
    • THE CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • CORRUPT BOROUGHS.
    • THE GAME-LAWS.
    • IMPROVEMENT OF THE CRIMINAL CODE.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEATH OF MR. CANNING.
    • ADMINISTRATION OF LORD GODERICH.
    • REVIEW OF FOREIGN POLICY.
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII.
    • DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S ADMINISTRATION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISCUSSIONS AND EXPLANATIONS CONCERNING THE DISSOLUTION OF THE GODERICH
    • QUESTIONS OF FINANCE.
    • MOTION FOR A GRANT TO THE FAMILY OF MR. CANNING.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • REPEAL OF THE TEST AND CORPORATION ACTS.
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • MOTION ON THE STATE OF THE LAW.
    • BILLS CONNECTED WITH ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE.
    • CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • DIVISIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISTURBANCES IN IRELAND.
    • DEATH OF THE EARL OF LIVERPOOL.
    • FOREIGN POLICY.
    • CHAPTER XXXIX.
    • THE CATHOLIC QUESTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SUPPRESSION OF THE CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION.
    • REJECTION OF MR. PEEL AT OXFORD.
    • THE TRIUMPH OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION.
    • BILL FOR THE DISFRANCHISEMENT OF THE FORTY-SHILLING FREEHOLDERS.
    • THE CASE OF MR. O'CONNELL.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • MOTION FOR PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT, ETC.
    • STATE OF AFFAIRS IN IRELAND.
    • AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL DISTRESS.
    • FOREIGN POLITICS.
    • CHAPTER XL.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR A COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE HOUSE ON THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • REDUCTION OF SALARIES OF PUBLIC OFFICERS, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR REVISING THE WHOLE SYSTEM OF TAXATION.
    • COMMITTEE ON THE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER.
    • DEBATE ON A PROPOSAL TO ALTER THE CURRENCY.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS—BILL FOR REPEALING THE DUTY ON BEER, ETC.
    • THE QUESTION OF REFORM.
    • THE CASE OF EAST RETFORD.
    • MR. O'CONNELL'S BILL FOR REFORM BY UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE, ETC.
    • MR. O'CONNELL'S BILL FOR REFORM BY UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE AND VOTE BY
    • BILL FOR REMOVING THE CIVIL DISABILITIES AFFECTING JEWS.
    • BILL FOR CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN CASES OF FORGERY.
    • BILL FOR AMENDING THE LAW OF LIBEL.
    • ALTERATIONS IN COURTS OF JUSTICE.
    • ILLNESS OF HIS MAJESTY.
    • BILL TO AUTHORISE THE ADHIBITING OF THE SIGN-MANUAL BY STAMP.
    • DEATH OF THE KING, AND ACCESSION OF THE DUKE OF CLARENCE, WILLIAM IV.
    • CHAPTER XL. (Continued)
    • ROYAL MESSAGE TO PARLIAMENT—RUPTURE BETWEEN THE MINISTERS AND WHIGS-DEBATES ON THE QUESTION OF THE REGENCY.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING THEIR MAJESTIES' VISIT TO LONDON.
    • MAJORITY AGAINST MINISTERS FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE CIVIL LIST.
    • FORMATION OF EARL GREY'S ADMINISTRATION.
    • DEATH OF MR. HUSKISSON.
    • STATE OF FOREIGN NATIONS.
    • CHAPTER XLI.
    • STATE OF THE REFORM QUESTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • INTRODUCTION OF THE REFORM BILL.
    • DEBATE ON THE MOTION THAT THE BILL BE READ A SECOND TIME, ETC.
    • MOTION OF ADJOURNMENT PENDING THE ORDNANCE ESTIMATES CARRIED AGAINST MINISTERS—PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE BUDGET—PROPOSED CHANGES IN TAXES, ETC.—ARRANGEMENT OF THE CIVIL LIST.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT—THE REFORM QUESTION RENEWED IN PARLIAMENT.
    • REJECTION OF THE REFORM BILL BY THE LORDS.
    • CONSEQUENCES OF THE REJECTION OF THE REFORM BILL.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CORONATION OF WILLIAM IV.
    • OPENING OF NEW LONDON BRIDGE, ETC.
    • RAVAGES OF THE CHOLERA.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • NEW REFORM BILL.
    • CHAPTER XLII.
    • REFORM BILL PASSED BY THE COMMONS.
    • DEBATES ON THE REFORM BILL IN THE LORDS.
    • DISTURBED STATE OF THE NATION.
    • REASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • FAILURE OF THE ATTEMPTS TO FORM A NEW ADMINISTRATION—MINISTERS RECALLED, ETC.
    • REFORM BILL PASSED.
    • IRISH AND SCOTCH REFORM BILLS PASSED.
    • BILL TO PREVENT BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS, ETC.
    • COMMITTEES ON IRISH TITHES.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • COMMITTEE ON THE CHARTER OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY, ETC.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF THE WEST INDIES.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • RESIGNATION OF THE SPEAKER.
    • STATE OF IRELAND.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XLIII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT—RE-ELECTION OF MR. MANNERS SUTTON AS SPEAKER.
    • OPENING OF THE REFORMED PARLIAMENT BY THE KING IN PERSON.
    • CASE OF MR. PEASE.
    • IRISH COERCION BILL.
    • IRISH CHURCH BILL.
    • IRISH TITHE BILL.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • BANK OF ENGLAND CHARTER RENEWED.
    • EAST INDIA QUESTION.
    • ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN THE COLONIES.
    • FACTORY BILL.
    • THE CORN LAWS.
    • RESOLUTIONS AGAINST BRIBERY, ETC.
    • BILL TO REMOVE THE CIVIL DISABILITIES OF JEWS.—PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER XLIV.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MR. O'CONNELL'S MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE UNION.
    • DIVISIONS IN THE CABINET.
    • COMMISSION ISSUED TO INQUIRE INTO THE STATE OF THE IRISH CHURCH.
    • IRISH TITHE QUESTION.
    • RENEWAL OF THE IRISH COERCION BILL.
    • RESIGNATION OF EARL GREY, ETC.
    • REJECTION OF THE IRISH TITHE QUESTION BY THE PEERS.
    • STATE OF ECCLESIASTICAL QUESTIONS AND THE CLAIMS OF DISSENTERS.
    • POOR-LAW AMENDMENT ACT.
    • THE CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, ETC.
    • BILL FOR THE REMOVAL OF THE CIVIL DISABILITIES OF THE JEWS, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DISSOLUTION OF THE CABINET.
    • SIR ROBERT PEEL APPOINTED PRIME-MINISTER.
    • DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE ACT ABOLISHING SLAVERY IN THE WEST INDIES CARRIED INTO EFFECT.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XLV.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.—CONTEST FOR THE ELECTION OF SPEAKER.
    • OPENING OF THE SESSION.
    • DISCUSSION IN THE LORDS RESPECTING THE SLAVERY ABOLITION ACT.
    • MOTION OF THE MARQUIS OF CHANDOS TO REPEAL THE MALT-TAX.
    • THE DISSENTERS' MARRIAGE ACT.
    • REPORT OF COMMISSION REGARDING THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, ETC.
    • REPEATED DEFEATS OF THE MINISTRY IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
    • THE QUESTION OF THE APPROPRIATION OF THE SURPLUS OF THE REVENUES OF THE IRISH CHURCH.
    • RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS, AND RESTORATION OF LORD MELBOURNE'S CABINET.
    • MUNICIPAL REFORM AND THE IRISH CHURCH.
    • AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS.
    • DISCUSSION REGARDING ORANGE SOCIETIES IN IRELAND.
    • THE VOTE BY BALLOT, ETC.
    • THE BUDGET.
    • DISCUSSIONS REGARDING CANADA.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XLVI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE QUESTION OF ORANGE LODGES.
    • BILL TO REFORM THE IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.
    • THE IRISH TITHE-BILL.
    • COMMUTATION OF TITHES IN ENGLAND.
    • BILL FOR REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES, ETC.
    • BILL TO ALTER THE REVENUES AND TERRITORIES OF THE DIFFERENT SEES, ETC.
    • BILL TO ABOLISH THE SECULAR JURISDICTION OF BISHOPS, ETC.
    • BILL TO AMEND THE ENGLISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATION ACT.
    • BILL TO ALLOW FELONS' COUNSEL TO ADDRESS THE JURY, ETC.
    • ABOLITION OF IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT, ETC.
    • ELECTION COMMITTEES.
    • NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR THE REDUCTION OF TAXATION ON BEHALF OF THE AGRICULTURISTS.
    • THE BUDGET, ETC.
    • DISCUSSIONS ON THE COLONIES, AND ON OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND.
    • FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • CHAPTER XLVII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CONSIDERATION OF THE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • QUESTION OF ESTABLISHING A SYSTEM OF POOR-LAWS IN IRELAND.
    • IRISH TITHE QUESTION.
    • QUESTION OF CHURCH-RATES.
    • THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.
    • NOTICES OF MOTIONS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES.
    • OPERATION OF THE NEW POOR-LAWS.
    • AFFAIRS OF CANADA.
    • STATE OF THE BANKING SYSTEM, ETC.
    • CONSIDERATION OF THE FOREIGN POLICY OF ENGLAND UNDER THE WHIG ADMINISTRATION.
    • MOTION ON THE STATE OF THE NATION.
    • ILLNESS AND DEATH OF THE KING—REMARKS ON HIS CHARACTER.
    • CHAPTER XLVIII.
    • THE ACCESSION OF QUEEN VICTORIA.
    • THE QUEEN'S MESSAGE TO BOTH HOUSES—EULOGIES OF THE LATE SOVEREIGN IN BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.
    • BILL FOR PROVIDING THE SUCCESSION TO THE CROWN.
    • THE BUDGET, ETC.
    • ALTERATIONS IN THE CRIMINAL LAW, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF PARTIES AND ELECTIONS.
    • CITY BANQUET TO THE QUEEN.
    • OPENING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • THE SUBJECT OF THE CIVIL LIST DEBATED.
    • THE SUBJECT OF THE PENSION LIST.
    • INTELLIGENCE FROM CANADA—DISCUSSION ON THE SUBJECT—ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER XLIX.
    • PARLIAMENT REASSEMBLES—DEBATES ON CANADA—ADDRESS TO THE THRONE
    • THE QUESTION OF ELECTION COMMITTEES, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR THE BALLOT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY QUALIFICATION BILL.
    • PERSONAL ATTACKS.
    • REVIVAL OF ANTI-SLAVERY AGITATION, ETC.
    • DEBATES ON THE IRISH POOR-LAW BILL—THE BILL CARRIED.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE APPROPRIATION CLAUSE—MINISTERIAL PLAN FOR SETTLING THE TITHE QUESTION.
    • COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS UPON THE IRISH MUNICIPAL BILL—THE BILL REJECTED, ETC.
    • THE CORONATION.
    • DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON THE IRISH TITHE QUESTION.
    • THE IRISH POOR-LAW BILL CARRIED IN THE LORDS.
    • PROJECTED FORMATION OF A COLONY IN NEW ZEALAND, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF THE CORN-LAWS.
    • VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS IN THE LAW.
    • A SELECT COMMITTEE TO INQUIRE INTO THE OPERATION OF THE POOR-LAWS.
    • COMBINATIONS IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND.
    • JOHN THOM. ALIAS SIR WILLIAM COURTENAY.
    • COMMITTEE ON CHURCH LANDS.
    • ACT FOR ABOLISHING PLURALITIES, ETC.
    • THE SUBJECT OF EDUCATION DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT.
    • THE QUESTION OF CANADA RENEWED.
    • QUEEN PROROGUES PARLIAMENT.
    • DISAFFECTION AMONG THE WORKING CLASSES.
    • PROPOSED REDUCTION OF THE RATES OF POSTAGE.
    • THE STATE OF IRELAND.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF CANADA.
    • THE STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER L.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF IRELAND DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT.
    • IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS BILL.
    • PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT RESPECTING JAMAICA.
    • RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS, AND FAILURE OF SIR ROBERT PEEL TO FORM A NEW ADMINISTRATION, ETC.
    • NATIONAL EDUCATION.
    • AFFAIRS OF CANADA.
    • THE SECOND JAMAICA BILL, ETC.
    • BILL FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE PORTUGUESE SLAVE-TRADE, ETC.
    • MOTION FOR THE BALLOT.
    • ACT FOR THE BETTER ORDERING OF PRISONS.
    • MOTION FOR A COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE HOUSE TO CONSIDER THE NATIONAL PETITION.
    • BIRMINGHAM RIOTS, ETC.
    • THE BUDGET—PROPOSED REDUCTION OF POSTAGE DUTIES, ETC.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS IN THE EAST INDIES.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER LI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.—ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE QUEEN'S MARRIAGE.
    • BILL FOR THE NATURALIZATION OF PRINCE ALBERT.
    • THE CIVIL-LIST.
    • QUESTION OF PRIVILEGE—HANSARD AND STOCKDALE.
    • AFFAIRS OF CHINA, ETC.
    • THE IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS BILL, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENT, ETC.
    • THE UNION OF THE CANADAS.
    • ECCLESIASTICAL DUTIES AND REVENUES BILL.
    • THE REGENCY BILL.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AFFAIRS OF BRITISH INDIA.
    • THE MARRIAGE OF THE QUEEN.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER LII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • POOR LAW AMENDMENT ACT.
    • JEWS' CIVIL DISABILITIES REMOVAL BILL.
    • CHURCH OF SCOTLAND: NON-INTRUSION QUESTION, ETC.
    • LAW-REFORM.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • DISCUSSION ON THE CORN-LAWS.
    • RESOLUTION OF WANT OF CONFIDENCE IN THE GOVERNMENT.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • STATE OF PARTIES.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW HOUSE OF COMMONS, ETC.
    • RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS.—SIR ROBERT PEEL'S ADMINISTRATION.
    • STATEMENT OF SIR ROBERT PEEL AS TO HIS INTENDED COURSE OF PROCEEDING, ETC.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
    • POOR LAWS, ETC.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS, ETC.
    • STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER LIII.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE CORN-LAWS—PROPOSITION OF MINISTERS ON THE SUBJECT.
    • FINANCIAL MEASURES—INCOME-TAX BILL, ETC.
    • NEW TARIFF.
    • MR. VILLIERS'S MOTION ON THE CORN-LAWS.
    • THE GREAT CHARTIST PETITION.
    • BILL FOR RESTRAINING THE EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN MINES AND COLLIERIES.
    • BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS.
    • LAW REFORMS.
    • BILL FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE ROYAL PERSON.
    • POOR-LAW AMENDMENT BILL.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EAST INDIA AFFAIRS, ETC.
    • CHAPTER LIV.
    • STATE OF THE COUNTRY.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • NATIONAL DISTRESS.
    • ADDRESS TO THE CROWN ON THE SUBJECT OF EDUCATION.
    • AFFAIRS OF INDIA, ETC.
    • THE CORN-LAW QUESTION RESUMED.
    • IRISH AFFAIRS.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • EDUCATION.
    • CHURCH EXTENSION, ETC.
    • LAW REFORM.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • AGITATION IN IRELAND, FORMATION OF THE FREE CHURCH IN SCOTLAND, ETC.
    • DISPUTES WITH AMERICA.
    • THE STATE OF INDIA.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER LV.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MOTION FOR THE STOPPAGE OF SUPPLIES.
    • AFFAIRS OF INDIA.
    • IRISH AFFAIRS.
    • RESTRICTIONS ON LABOUR IN FACTORIES, ETC.
    • THE CORN-LAWS AND FREE-TRADE QUESTION.
    • FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
    • SUGAR-DUTIES BILL, ETC.
    • BANK CHARTER AND BANKING REGULATIONS.
    • DISSENTERS' CHAPELS BILL.
    • SEES OF BANGOR AND ST. ASAPH.
    • MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES OF THE SESSION.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE STATE OF INDIA.
    • PROCEEDINGS AGAINST MR. O'CONNELL.
    • CONTINENTAL AFFAIRS.
    • CHAPTER LVI.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL POLICY—RETENTION OF THE INCOME-TAX, ETC.
    • THE SUGAR-DUTIES QUESTION.
    • CORN-LAWS AND FREE TRADE.
    • AFFAIRS OF IRELAND—MAYNOOTH IMPROVEMENT BILL.
    • ACADEMICAL EDUCATION IN IRELAND.
    • COLONIAL POLICY.
    • QUESTION OF THE OREGON TERRITORY.
    • MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES OF THE SESSION.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE AFFAIRS OF INDIA.
    • THE STATE OF THE CONTINENT.
    • CHAPTER LVII.
    • STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF THIS YEAR, ETC.
    • MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SETTLEMENT OF THE CORN-LAW QUESTION.
    • CHAPTER LVIII.
    • POSITION OF THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY ON THE DEFECTION OF SIR ROBERT PEEL, AND THE PARLIAMENTARY SUCCESS OF HIS FREE-TRADE MEASURES.
    • THE CONDITION OF IRELAND.—DISTURBED STATE OF THE COUNTRY.—DISAFFECTION
    • POLITICAL AGITATION.—YOUNG IRELAND.
    • AFFAIRS OF INDIA.—BATTLE OF ALIWAL.—TOTAL EXPULSION OF THE SIKHS
    • STATE OF AFFAIRS AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.—SUCCESSES OF THE CAFFRES.—VICTORY OVER THE TRIBES OF STOCK AND PATO BY COLONEL SOMERSET.
    • STATE OF NEW ZEALAND.—SUPPRESSION OF THE NATIVE REVOLT.
    • BORNEO.
    • OUR NORTH AMERICAN COLONIES.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • SOUTH AMERICA.
    • RELATIONS WITH CONTINENTAL EUROPE.
    • HOME.
    • CHAPTER LIX.
    • COLONIAL AFFAIRS.
    • FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • STATE OF IRELAND.—PROGRESS OF FAMINE AND DISEASE.
    • CONTINUED POLITICAL AGITATION.—DREADFUL PREVALENCE OF CRIME.
    • DEATH OF O'CONNELL.
    • MR. JOHN O'CONNELL ASSUMES THE PRESIDENCY OF THE REPEAL
    • BITTER DISPUTES BETWEEN "OLD IRELAND" AND "YOUNG IRELAND."
    • GENERAL STATE OF AFFAIRS IN GREAT BRITAIN.
    • POLITICAL AGITATION IN ENGLAND.
    • THE COURT.
    • HOME NAVAL AND MILITARY AFFAIRS.
    • GENERAL HOME INCIDENTS.
    • PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF THE YEAR.
    • GOVERNMENT PLAN OF EDUCATION.
    • BILL FOR CREATING A NEW DIOCESS OF MANCHESTER.
    • DEBATE ON THE ANNEXATION OF CRACOW.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • ASSEMBLING OF A NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATE ON THE DISTRESS OF THE NATION.
    • MEASURES FOR THE REPRESSION OF HOMICIDE AND OUTRAGE IN IRELAND.
    • MOTION FOR THE REPEAL OF JEWISH DISABILITIES.
    • ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE.—CLOSE OF THE PARLIAMENTARY LABOURS OF 1847.
    • CHAPTER LX.
    • THE WAR IN INDIA.
    • MUTINY OF SIKH TROOPS IN THE PUNJAUB. AND REVOLT OF CHUTTUR SINGH.
    • SIEGE AND CAPTURE OF MOOLTAN.
    • CAMPAIGN IN THE PUNJAUB UNDER LORD GOUGH.
    • CANADA.
    • THE WEST INDIES.
    • FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • THE UNITED STATES.
    • SPAIN: DIPLOMATIC DISAGREEMENT WITH THAT COUNTRY; DISMISSION OF THE ENGLISH AMBASSADOR.
    • THE CONTINENTAL REVOLUTIONS.
    • ITALY.
    • THE PAPAL STATES.
    • NAPLES AND SICILY.
    • BELGIUM.
    • GERMANY.
    • THE AUSTRIAN EMPIRE.
    • THE GERMAN CONFEDERATION.
    • DENMARK.—SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN.
    • RUSSIA.
    • IRELAND.
    • ENGLAND.
    • VISIT OF FRENCH NATIONAL GUARDS TO LONDON.
    • COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.
    • THE COBDEN TESTIMONIAL.
    • AGITATION CONCERNING THE NAVIGATION LAWS.
    • REWARDS FOR INDIA SERVICE.
    • REFORM OF THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY.
    • THE COURT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.
    • CLOSE OF THE SESSION.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXI.
    • PROSECUTION OF THE WAR IN INDIA, AND ANNEXATION OF THE PUNJAUB.
    • CHINA.
    • BORNEO.
    • THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.
    • CANADA.—POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT.—OPPOSITION AND INSOLENT PROCEEDINGS OF THE BRITISH PARTY.
    • AUSTRALIA.—DISCONTENTS CREATED BY THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION.
    • CEPHALONIA.
    • THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION UNDER SIR J. ROSS.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • STATE OF GERMANY.
    • DEMANDS OF THE RUSSIAN AND AUSTRIAN EMPERORS UPON THE SULTAN OF TURKEY.—INTERPOSITION OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
    • CONTINUED DISTRESS IN IRELAND—CRIME AND OUTRAGE—POLITICAL AGITATIONS EFFORTS OF GOVERNMENT TO MEET THE EXIGENCIES OF THE COUNTRY.
    • POLITICAL STATE OF ENGLAND.
    • COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.
    • THE CHOLERA.
    • PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF 1849—OPENING OF THE SESSION.
    • REPEAL OF THE NAVIGATION LAWS.
    • AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS—MOTION FOR GOVERNMENTAL RELIEF.
    • IRELAND.
    • VOTE OF THANKS TO THE ARMY IN INDIA.
    • MR. COBDEN'S MOTION FOR REDUCING THE ARMY AND NAVY.
    • THE BUDGET.
    • MOTION ON THE STATE OF THE NATION
    • THE PROROGATION.
    • THE COURT.
    • THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO IRELAND.
    • THE ROYAL VISIT TO SCOTLAND.
    • DEATH OF THE QUEEN DOWAGER.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXII.
    • FOREIGN RELATIONS.
    • COLONIAL AFFAIRS.
    • INDIA.
    • IRELAND.
    • HOME EVENTS.—PROPOSAL FOR AN EXHIBITION OF THE INDUSTRY OF ALL NATIONS.
    • COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.
    • THE CHOLERA.
    • PAPAL AGGRESSION.
    • COMPLIMENT TO LORD PALMERSTON.
    • ARRIVAL OF THE KOH-I-NOOR.
    • ATTACK UPON GENERAL HAYNAU.
    • PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY.—OPENING OF THE SESSION.
    • AFFAIRS OF GREECE.
    • CONSTITUTIONS FOR THE COLONIES.
    • AUSTRALIAN COLONIES' BILL.
    • LOCAL BURDENS ON LAND.
    • PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • IRISH DISTRESS.
    • IRISH FRANCHISE BILL.
    • BILL FOR THE ABOLITION OF THE LORD-LIEUTENANCY OF IRELAND.
    • MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS OF DEBATE.
    • FINANCE.
    • THE BUDGET.
    • DEATH OF SIR ROBERT PEEL.
    • PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE COURT.
    • DEATHS OF REMARKABLE PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXIII.
    • GENERAL PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF 1851.
    • EXHIBITION OF THE INDUSTRY OF ALL NATIONS.
    • THE CENSUS.
    • IRELAND.
    • THE COURT.
    • COLONIAL AFFAIRS.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS—EUROPEAN RELATIONS.
    • DISCUSSIONS IN THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT CONCERNING THE STATE OF AFFAIRS AT NAPLES.
    • DIPLOMATIC DISPUTE WITH AUSTRIA AND TUSCANY, ARISING FROM AN OUTRAGE UPON A YOUNG ENGLISH GENTLEMAN AT FLORENCE.
    • STATEMENT OF MR. ERSKINE MATHER TO M. SALVAGNOLI.*
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS DURING THE YEAR 1851.
    • CHAPTER LXIV.
    • DEATH OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.
    • THE COURT.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS AND PARTY CONFLICTS DURING 1852.
    • PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.
    • THE MILITIA BILL.—DEFEAT AND RESIGNATION OF THE CABINET.
    • THE EARL OF DERBY'S ADMINISTRATION.
    • FOREIGN POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT.—OUTRAGE ON MR. MATHER AT FLORENCE.
    • LAW REFORM.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.—GENERAL ELECTION.
    • MEETING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
    • BOTH HOUSES CARRY RESOLUTIONS PLEDGING THEM TO THE FREE-TRADE POLICY.
    • THE GOVERNMENT SCHEME OF FINANCE.—DEFEAT AND RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY.
    • FORMATION OF A NEW MINISTRY.
    • IRELAND.
    • COLONIES.
    • CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.
    • INDIA.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.—BIRMESE WAR.
    • FRANCE.
    • GENERAL EUROPEAN RELATIONS.
    • UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • EFFORTS AGAINST THE SLAVE TRADE, AND TO SUPPRESS PIRACY.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXV.
    • GENERAL STATE OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • THE COURT.
    • STATE OF IRELAND.
    • GENERAL CONDITION OF THE COLONIES.
    • CANADA.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
    • THE WAR WITH RUSSIA.
    • PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY.
    • INDIA BILL.
    • DISCUSSIONS ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS.—RUSSIA AND TURKEY.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXVI.
    • HOME AFFAIRS.—GENERAL PROSPECTS.
    • THE COURT.
    • IRELAND
    • COLONIAL.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.—THE ALLIANCE WITH FRANCE, THE WAR WITH RUSSIA.
    • PARLIAMENT.
    • DEATHS OF EMINENT PERSONS.
    • CHAPTER LXVII.
    • HOME AFFAIRS—PUBLIC OPINION, AGITATION OF PEOPLE AND PARLIAMENT.
    • DEATH OF THE CZAR.
    • DEPARTURE OF THE BALTIC FLEET.
    • FINANCIAL OPERATIONS FOR THE YEAR.
    • SEVERITY OF THE WEATHER.
    • VISIT OF THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH.
    • DISTRIBUTION OF MEDALS BY THE QUEEN.
    • VISIT OF THE KING OF THE BELGIANS.
    • HER MAJESTY VISITS THE FRENCH EMPEROR.
    • VISIT OF THE KING OF SARDINIA TO THE ENGLISH COURT.
    • IRELAND.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS, MINISTERIAL CHANGES, AND DIPLOMATIC STRUGGLES.
    • THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR—OPERATIONS IN THE CRIMEA AND BLACK SEA.
    • OPERATIONS IN THE SEA OF AZOFF.
    • OPERATIONS IN ASIA MINOR.
    • OPERATIONS OF THE ALLIES IN THE BALTIC.
    • OPERATIONS IN THE WHITE SEA.
    • OPERATIONS IN THE PACIFIC, AND AGAINST THE RUSSIAN SETTLEMENTS IN KAMTSCHATKA.
    • COLONIAL AFFAIRS.
    • INDIA.
    • CHAPTER LXVIII.
    • CONCLUSION OF THE RUSSIAN WAR.
    • GENERAL CONDITION OF THE FOREIGN RELATIONS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.
    • BRITISH POLICY IN ASIA.
    • THE PERSIAN WAR.
    • WAR WITH CHINA.
    • DISPUTES WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW.
    • INDIA.
    • IRELAND.
    • HOME—GENERAL CONDITION OF GREAT BRITAIN.
    • NATIONAL FINANCE.
    • PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.
    • CHAPTER LXIX.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS: RELATIONS WITH FRANCE, AND WITH OTHER EUROPEAN POWERS THROUGH THE FRENCH ALLIANCE.
    • DIFFERENCE WITH THE UNITED STATES.
    • CHINA—PROSECUTION OF THE WAR.
    • JAPAN.
    • COLONIAL.
    • SARAWAK.
    • INDIA.
    • THE MUTINY.
    • HOME.
    • PARLIAMENT.
    • DEBATES ON THE CHINESE WAR-DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY.
    • PROROGATION AND DISSOLUTION.
    • GENERAL ELECTION.
    • RE-ASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT.
    • SUDDEN CONVENTION OF PARLIAMENT IN DECEMBER.
    • THE COURT.
    • ART EXHIBITION IN MANCHESTER.
    • CHAPTER LXX.
    • FOREIGN AFFAIRS.—CHINA AND JAPAN.
    • FRANCE.
    • NAPLES.
    • PRUSSIA.
    • SPAIN.
    • HANOVER.
    • THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • SOUTH AMERICAN STATES.
      • COLONIES.—INDIA.
    • COLONIES.—INDIA.
    • THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES.
    • BRITISH AMERICA
    • IRELAND.
    • HOME.—THE COURT.
    • COMMERCE AND FINANCE.
    • PARLIAMENTARY AND POLITICAL.
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