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In our account of Sir Samuel Romilly's Bills, we omitted to mention the 49. Geo. III. c. 6, which he succeeded in carrying without opposition. The object of this act, is to extend the provisions of the Lords' act to the case of persons in custody under attachment for not paying money or costs pursuant to orders or decrees made by Courts of Equity. Nothing could be more proper than this extension ; for the distinction is merely technical, between confinement for debt in execution, and confinement under attachment. - We ought also to have noticed a bill brought in by Sir Samuel Romilly in 1808, but which he found so much opposed that he speedily dropt it; the object of which was, to give a compensation to persons unjustly detained in custody for crimes of which they were afterwards acquitted. The alteration of the Bankrupt law, respecting the proportion of creditors required to sign the certificate, was made in the Lords. Sir Samuel Romilly's bill went out of the House of Commons with the old proportion of four-fifths, and a power to the Chancellor to grant the certificate, if he should, on examination, find it unjustly withheld. To this change, made by the Lords, Sir Samuel, it is understood, reluctantly agreed.
We may take this opportunity also to express our regret, that we have been again prevented from giving our readers some account of M. Dumont's very profound and interesting publication, “ Sur les Peines et les Recompenses. We confidently hope to atone for this omission in our ensuing Number; and in the mean time, we cannot refrain from suggesting to M. Dumont, that he might confer a great obligation on the public in general, and the profession of the law in particular, if he could be prevailed on to present them with a short abstract of his principles, in their application to the practice of our jurisprudence, and to the improvements suggested by Sir Samuel Romily and other eminent individuals.
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tragedy of Orra, 274. The Acerbi, Joseph, an Italian, vi- Dream, 282. The Siege, 283. sits Lapland, 319.
The Beacon, 284. Specimens Africa, missionaries prepare to of her songs, 288. introduce the Lancasterian plan Bear hunting in Lapland de of education into, 21.
scribed, 331. Aikin, Mr, on the mineralogy Beauclerc, Topham, character of Shropshire, 223.
of, 103. Akkrefell, singular geologicat Bedford, Duke of, one of the appearances in the mountain of, earliest patrons of Mr Lancaster's 433.
system, 3. Is appointed one of the Allen and Pepys, Messrs,' re- presidents of the institution, 12. sult of experiments made by, on Bell's, Dr, plan of education, respiration, 47.
preferred by Professor Marsh to America, ruinous consequences Mr Lancaster's, 26. to Britain, of a war with, 292. Bennet, Hon. Mr, remarks by, Causes of the disputes with con- on the geology of Madeira, 227. sidered, 294.
Berger, Dr, on the physical America, Spanish, account of structure of Devon and Cornthe disturbances by which it is at wall, 215. present agitated, 165. Inquiry Bessasted, account of the school whether it would be for the inte of, in Iceland, 423. test of, to throw off dependence Blockade, right of, investigat. on the mother country, 177. Pro- ed, 295. duce, trade, &c. of, 183.
Borer, Dr, an opponent of the Antigua, schools on Mr Lan- Lancasterian plan of education, caster's plan founded at, 20. 34. B
Brande, Mr, his experiments to Baillie's, Miss, Plays on the ascertain the state in which spirit Passions, 261. Inconsistency of exists in fermented liquors, 198. her plan pointed out, ib. Two Praetical conclusion pressed upon sorts of dramatic composition the reader, 204. Account of the known in this country contrasted, vegetable wax of Brazil, 205. 263. Attempt of the author to Brazil, account of the vegetcombine them, absurd, 265. Ge able wax of, 205. neral character of her works, 266. Breathing, process of, in the Strictures on her style, 270. E. human body, described, 43.-in numeration of her merits, 273. others of the mammalia reptiles, Story of, and extracts from her &c. 48.-iņ insects, 54.
Buenos Ayres, account of the from the Pope's interference, 455.
Classification of the opponents of
Cornwall, remarks on the low
Davy, Mr, experiments on re-
Disputes with America, 290
the public attention, 291. Unpar.
alleled disappointment the friends
ced, ib. Only way in which it
Dr Bell's systém preferred by graded state of Ireland at the
Ellis on Respiration; 41. Sci- political discussions of the times,
of his being brought to punish-
Fox, Mr, extract of a letter · Holland, Dr, his description of
Fox, Mr Joseph, his generous Remarks on the state of litera-
Horner's, Mr, account of the mie
neralogy of the Malvern hills, 225.
Arguments against their declar.
mother country, 177.. Remarks
182. . Of the miņes, 188--A.
De some Frenchmen, 319.