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THE

NEW MONTHLY

MAGAZINE

AND

LITERARY JOURNAL.

VOL. IX.

HISTORICAL REGISTER.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR HENRY COLBURN AND CO.

1823.

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CONTENTS

OF

THE NINTH VOLUME.

POLITICAL EVENTS 1. 49. 97. 145. 193. 241. 289. 337. 385. 433. 481. 529. THE DRAMA

7. 57. 106. 154. 202. 248. 297. 346. 392. 439. 487. 535. Music....

55. 103. 151. 200. 247. 297. 343. FINE ARTS..

11. 61. 109. 206. 253. 302. 349. 395. 492. 539. VARIETIES-GREAT BRITAIN 14. 63. 112. 160. 209. 256. 303. 351. 398. 443. 495. 541. FOREIGN VARIETIES 17. 66. 116. 162. 212. 260. 307. 355, 402, 447. 500. 547. RURAL ECONOMY..

22. 70. 119. 166. 263. 312. 359. 407. 453. 503. 551. UseFUL ARTS

..23. 76. 121. 216. 264. 313. 361. 408. 455. 505. 551. New PATENTS

24. 70. 122. 217. 266. 314. 362. 410. 456. 506. 553. New PUBLICATIONS, BRITISH AND FOREIGN, WITH CRITICAL REMARKS, 26. 72. 122.

167. 218. 266. 315. 362. 410. 457. 506, 554. LITERARY REPORTS ....32. 79. 128. 177, 225. 273. 321. 367. 417. 463. 512. 558. AGRICULTURAL REPORTS, Prices OF CORN AND MARKETS, 33. 81. 130. 178. 226. 274.

322. 368. 418. 465. 514. 560. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS..33. 80. 130. 178. 226. 274. 322. 368. 418, 464, 514. 560. COMMERCIAL REPORTS, STOCKS, &c... 34. 82. 131. 179, 227. 276. 323. 369. 419. 467.

515. 561. PRICES OF CANAL SHARES, 564. BANKRUPTS, DIVIDENDS, AND SEQUESTRATIONS. . 36. 83. 132. 180. 228. 277.327.370.

420. 465. 516. 562. INCIDENTS, APPOINTMENTS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, with BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES

or DistinGUISHED PERSONS DECEASED, 37. 85. 134. 182. 229. 278. 325. 372. 421.

468. 517.565. Provincial OCCURRENCES .. 44. 92. 140. 188. 236. 284. 332. 380.428. 476. 524. 569.

THE

NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

HISTORICAL REGISTER.

POLITICAL EVENTS.-JAN. 1, 1823.

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GREAT BRITAIN. The 4th of next month is fixed for purpose of insulting the Viceroy, and the meeting of Parliament, and the thai the partizans of the Orange facSession is expected to be one of the tion were the disturbers of the peace. most interesting which has been held The prohibition of the useless annual for many years. Occurrences on the farce, of dressing the Statue of King Continent, the rising of the Holy Alli- William, on the 4th of November, ance Congress, and the State of Spain, seems to have been the provocation ; will be so noticed, as to bring some- and the performance commenced under what of fact, instead of rumour, before the hissings and hootings of the offendthe public, and thereby contribute to ed Orangemen. Placards, with calumallay an anxious feeling, prevalent nious inscriptions and pasquinades, were upon these subjects.

distributed, attacking' the noble MarAccounts from Ireland still mention quis; ana at last a bottle was thrown outrages committed by bands of white- from the gallery, followed by other boys and arned parties, that plunder missiles, and his Excellency narrowly farm-houses and set fire to hay and escaped from personal injury. The corn-stacks. The number of these de police remained inactive spectators, unpredations, however, is not great, and, til the mischief was over, and some on the whole, it appears that the private individuals began to take an state of the country is improving. The active part in apprehending the offend. Viceroy has removed upwards of two Two of the most guilty of them hundred magistrates; and in their place, have been lodged in custody.

A re* residents and persons of greater effi- quisition was sent to the Lord Mayor ciency, have been nominated to office. of Dublin, to which three hundred The conduct of the Marquis Wellesley, signatures were attached, requesting in endeavouring to soothe religious ani- that a public meeting might be called mosities, and to place the sober and on the subject of the outrage. The well-behaved of all religious professions neutrality preserved by the police on on a footing, has aroused the Orange the occasion, has been severely animadfaction to a pitch of madness. Its ex- verted upon, and some members of clusive loyalty and high-sounding pro- that body have been discharged. Infessions, have changed to insult and deed, it appears, that some of the calumny, against the representative of corporation itself are outrageous devotheir monarch; and the party that has tees to the ridiculous party-doctrines, so long been spreading trouble and de- that occasion these heart-burnings in solation throughout Ireland, has fur- the country. Neither the dictates of nished a standard whereby to estimate justice or common sense, the examits intrinsic merits. On the evening of ple of royalty, nor the hand of the Mathe 14th ult. his Excellency the Lord gistrale, has cooled any portion of the Lieutenant attended the Theatre, and fanaticism of these ignorant and narwas well received by the audience, who row-spirited men, of which it would generally testified their satisfaction by be a good operation were the city of loud demonstrations of applause. It Dublin to purge itself. soon appeared, however, that a party The Hon. W. Hill, the British Plehad attended the house for the sole nipotentiary at Turin, is nominated to

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