Iness of Ireland,
;vcd the couutry, and its neglect,
?ontraction of the currency upon Ireland,
n disturbances in Ireland, . .
.■(induct and impartiality, . .
lie disturbed districts,
south and west of Ireland,
:as Corpus Act, and Insurrection Act,
ic claims, ....
he minority on parliamentary reform,
ig's speech, ....
motion regarding the criminal law, .
f all sorts of produce,
>f the agricultural classes,
vernmcnt for the relief of the agriculturists,
in the currency,
ments in support of the existing system,
sters in the House of Commons,
ion introduced by Ministers,
Weight, and military and naval pensions,
5. His defects, . . 1
6. Viscount Chateaubriand,
7. His merits as an orator,
8. His character as a statesman,
9. His defects,
10. M. de Villele, .
11. His peculiar turn of mind, and course of policy,
12. M. de Corbiere, M. Mathieu de Montmorency, M. de Peyronnet, Vic
13. Law regarding the press, ....
14. Its stringent provisions, ....
15. Discussion on it,
16. Rise of the Carbonari and secret societies in France, .
17. Rise of Carbonarism in France,
18. Abortive conspiracy at Bfifort, ....
19. Berton's conspiracy at Thouars,
20. Conspiracy at La Rochelle, ....
21. Their trial and execution, ....
22. Reflections on these events, . . , .
23. Insurrection at Colmar, Marseilles, and Toulon,
24. Budget of 1822,
25. Favourable result of the elections to the Royalists,
26. State of public opinion, ....
27. Attempted restoration of the royal authority at Madrid,
28. Opening of the Cortes, and dismissal of the ministers,
29. Conduct of the Cortes, and appointment of a new Ministry,
30. Effect produced in Spain by the crushing of the revolution in Italy,
31. Extraordinary outbreak of revolutionary fury in the east of Spain,
32. Revolutionary laws passed by the Cortes,
33. Barbarous murder of the priest Vinuesa,
34. Institution of the Order of the Hammer,
35. Insurrection in Navarre, and appointment of Murillo at Madrid,
36. Proceedings of the Cortes, . ....
37. Deplorable state of the finances, and measures regarding them,
38. Fresh tumults in Madrid, .....
39. Resignation of General Murillo, ....
40. The secret societies, or Communeros, ....
41. Riego's plot at Saragossa, and his arrest,
42. Suppression of the tumults thence arising at Madrid, .
43. Yellow fever at Barcelona, .....
44. Fresh agitation, .......
45. Refusal of Cadiz and Seville to receive the king's governors, and re
Corunna, . .
46. Opening of an extraordinary Cortes, ....
47. Contradictory resolutions of the Cortes,
48. Irresolute conduct of the king, and Royalist insurrection in the nort
49. Proposed laws against the press and patriotic societies,
50. Riots in Madrid on the passing of a bill against the press,
51. Composition of the new Cortes, ....
62. New ministry, .......
53. Opening of the Cortes, and disastrous state of the finances,
54. General disturbances in Spain, . . . .