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Meeting of Parliament.--King's Speech.--Petitions relative to the
Queen.- Queen's message. Further proceedings with regard to her
Majesty.-Debate on the Question of restoring the Queen's Name to
the Liturgy.--Motion respecting the British Museum.--Debates in
both Houses on the Subjects of Naples and the Holy Alliance.--Act
Discussion of the Catholic Petitions.-Irish Mastership in Chancery.--
Taxation.--Agricultural Distress.-Army Estimates.-Petitions re.
CH A P. III.
Game Laws.-Agricultural Horse Tar.-. Committee of Supply.---Petitions
against Wool Tax.--Assessed Taxes Acts.-Motion on Parliamentary
Reform.--Cash Payments.—Breach of Privilege.-Bill to amend the
Poor Laws.-Outrage at Manchester,- Forgery Punishment.--Miti-
gation Bill.-Grampound Disfranchisement Bill.-Second Reading of
the Poor Laws Bill.Ways and Means.
Administration of Justice in Tobago.-American Loyalists.- Foreign
Trade.- Provision for the Duke of Clarence.--Agricultural Horse
Tax.-Motion relative to Burning of Widows in India.- Orange
Lodges.--Affairs of Sicily.-Slave Trade. ---Privy Council.-Proro-
State of the Country external and internal.- A View of Agriculture,
Commerce and Manufactures during the Year 1821: _State of
View of the Finances of Great Britain
State of France. Spain.--Portugal. — The Netherlands. - Italy.-
Coronation of George the Fourth..
The King's Visit to Ireland....
The King's Journey to the Continent.....
London General Bill of Christenings and Burials.
Abstract of the net Produce of the Revenue of Great Britain, (exclusively
of the Arrears of War-Duty on Malt and Property,) in the Quarters
ending the 5th April, 1820, and 5th April 1821...
The official Account of the Revenue for the Quarter ending in July (325)
Abstract of the net Produce of the Revenue of Great Britain (erclusive
of the Arrears of War-Duty on Malt and Property), in the Years and
Quarters ended 10th October, 1820, and 10th October 1821... (326)
Income and Charge on the Consolidated Fund in the Quarter ended 10th
An Account of the Produce of the Excise Duties of Great Britaire, (ex-
clusive of any Arrears received of the War-Duty on Malt), in the
Years ended 19th of October, 1820, and 1821
An Account of the Produce of the Excise Duties of Great Britain,
(exclusive of any Arrears received of the War-Duty on Malt,) in the
Quarters ended 10th October 1820, and 1821 -
A comparative view of the Revenue in Ireland (constituting the consoli-
dated fund) paid into the Exchequer in the years ending the 10th of
October 1820, and 1821, distinguishing each quarter; in British
An Account of the present number of Skips of the British Navy employed
in commission (exclusive of those fitting out to relieve others and
An Account of the Sums voted for the wear and tear of the Navy; for
the ordinary repairs ; for building, rebuilding, and repairing Ships of
War, Hull, Masts, Yards, Rigging, and Stores for his Majesty's Dock
Yards, and also in Merchants' yards, from 1875 to 1820, both inclu-
An Account of Sums estimated for Works for the different Dock Yards
belonging to his Majesty, in England and Wales, from 1811 to 1821
inclusive, distinguishing the places, and the amount each year, and total
The Lords' Report on Foreign Trade
Her Majesty's Protest against the Decision of the Privy Council (349)
Report of the Commissioners appointed by his Majesty to consider of
the subject of Weights and Measures ...
LITERARY RETROSPECT AND SELECTIONS.
BIOGRAPHICAL ANECDOTES AND CHARACTERS.
BELLES LETTRES, ANTIQUITIES, AND MISCELLANEOUS. 
DISCOVERIES, INVENTIONS, AND FACTS, IN ARTS, SCIENCE,
THE MAID'S REMONSTRANCE, by T. Campbell, Esq.
IMITATION OF PSALM XXIX. by J. Montgomery, Esq.
STANZAS ON PAINTING, by T. Campbell, Esq..
THEE, THEE, ONLY THEE, by T. Moore, Esq.
SAIL ON, SAIL ON, by the same....