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EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE YEAR 1783,
WITH NOTES AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS :

COMPILED BY

T. B. HOWELL, Esq. F.R.S. F.S.A.

AND

CONTINUED
FROM THE YEAR 1783 TO THE PRESENT TIME :

BY

THOMAS JONES HOWELL, Esq.

VOL. XXIII.
[BEING VOL. II. OF THE CONTINUATION]

33 & 34 GEORGE III.......A. D. 1793 & 1794.

LONDON:

Printed by T. C. Hansard, Peterborough-Court, Fleet-Street :
FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN; J. M. RICHARDSON ;

BLACK, PARBURY, AND ALLEN; BALDWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY ;
E. JEFFERY; J. HATCHARD; R. H. EVANS; J. BOOKER; J. BOOTH ;
BUDD AND CALKIN; AND T. C. HANSARD.

1817.

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Vide ADDENDA, p. 1407.

600. Trial of DANIEL ISAAC EATON, for publishing a Seditious

Libel, intituled, “ Politics for the People, or Hog's Wash,"

A. D. 1794

1013

601. Proceedings against THOMAS WALKER of Manchester, Mer-

chant, WILLIAM PAUL, SAMUEL JACKSON, JAMES

CHEETHAM, OLIVER PEARSALL, BENJAMIN BOOTH,

and JOSEPH COLLIER, for a Conspiracy to overthrow the

Constitution and Government, and to aid and assist the French

(bcing the King's Enemies) in case they should invade this

Kingdom, A. D. 1794

1055

602.

Trial of ROBERT WATT, for High Treason, A. D. 1794 ......... 1167

ERRATA.
Vol. XXIII.

p. 542, 1. 24, for as read so.

1. last, for choose read chose. p. 543, 1. 1, for choose read chose.

last line but 6, dele of. p. 545, I. 16, for make the use read make use. P. 548, 1. 8, for there read three.

1. 27 from bottom, for resolutions read resolution.
p. 550, 1. 23 from bottom, after and insert it.
p. 551, 1. 19, for these read their.
P. 681, 1. 9, dele the.

1. 23 from bottom, for of read on.
1. 7 from bottom, for attainment,—for instance read attainment, for

instance.
p. 682, 1. 32, for reason read reasons.
p. 684, 1. 24 from bottom, for or read of.
p. 688. 1. 4 from bottom, for breasts read breast.
p. 689, 1. 23, for them, away; read them away;

1.35, after interpretation insert a comma.

1. 36, dele the comma. p. 690, 1. 11, for Mr. Margarot? The read Mr. Margarot, the

1. 22 from bottom, for form read frame. p. 691, 1. 20 from bottom, for corporal read corporate. p. 692, 1. 5, for adding read stating. p. 696, 1. 25, for triumph; and read a triumph, and

ll. 28 & 29, for duties. That read duties--that

1. 19 from bottom, for every read my. p. 697, I. 32 from bottom, for us an read us as an. p. 702, 1. 31, for meeting. He read meeting, he. p. 791, 1. 13, for republicæ read reipublicæ.

& last line but one, for republicæ read reipublicæ.

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