Titre : The Annual Register, or a View of the ...
Éditeur : Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, London
Date d'édition : 1825
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Good
Edition : First Edition
Xiv, 231,  & 290,  pages, newly rebound in cloth, text very good, ex-library with usual library markings otherwise very good. 1st edition. Volume 66 only. From the preface: "With the exception of the military operations against the kingdom of Ava, and the unfortunate hostilities on the Gold Coast, the transactions which are detailed in the present volume, are the natural consequences of the events of the former year. Includes Roman Catholic Question, Reversal of Attainders and Restoration of Blood, Commercial Treaties, Convention with Austria concerning the Austrian Loans, Motion respecting the Proceedings in Demerara against the Missionary Smith, Engaging in the Slave Trade made Piracy, West Indies, Jamaica: Insubordination of the Slaves, East Indies - Causes of War with the Burman Empire, Capture of Rangoon and Military operations in that quarter, Mutiny at Barakpore, Battle of Fettue, Ravages of the Ashantees, France, Complaints of the improper Conduct of the Government in the Elections, Netherlands - Herring Fishery on the Coast of Scotland, Spain: preparations for an Expedition against South America, Dissentions between the Spaniards and the French Troops, Portugal: Conspiracy of Prince Miguel and the Queen, Continuation of the Disturbances, Insurrection in Pernambuco; Italy - Punishment of the supposed Chiefs of the Carbonari, Relations between the Ionian Islands and the Greeks, Capture of Ipsara by the Turks, Naval disasters of the Turks, Naval Engagements, Military Operations, War between Algiers and Great Britain; United States: Visit of Lafayette, Diffusion of Newspapers in the United States, Hayti, Mexico: Military Disturbances, Insurrection in Guadalaxara, Iturbide's landing: his fate; Insurrection in Oajaca, Robbers, Mexican Constitution; Columbia: Bigotry, Apprehensions of an Attack from Spain, Peru: Mutiny in Callao, Dissentions among the Royalist Generals, etc. Law Cases include McGregor v. Thwaites, The King v. Oldfield and Bennett. Public Also includes State of the Tea Trade, Slave Population in the West Indies and South America, Convention between great Britain and the United States, for the suppression of the Slave Trade, Biographical Sketch of the late Rev. E. D. Clarke, Entry of San Martin into Lima, Account of the Capture of the Esmerelda Frigate by Lord Cochrane, Mining in Chili, Administration of Criminal Justice in Saxony, Expedition of M. E. De Beaufort into the interior of Africa, Church's Printing Machinery, Machines Steam Navigation, Perkin's Steam-gun, Russian Mission in China, French Theatres. N° de réf. du libraire 23591
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