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CORRESPONDENCE with Great Britain, relative to Greece, and to
the Relations between Russia and Turkey ... 1821, 1822... 659
discriminating between rolled and ham-
mered Iron imported...........1816, 1821... 641
February to April, 1822... 369, 752, 823
Indies, respecting Piratical Vessels, and
May to September, 1822... 977
arising out of the Spanish Blockade of
Venezuela....................11th Dec. 1822... 784
Article of the Treaty of Ghent, of 1814, with Great
Britain, respecting Boundaries.. Utica, 18th June, 1822... 791
rida, and the execution of the Treaty
PROCLAMATION of the President, promulgating the Treaty of
Peace with Algiers of 1816....llth Feb. 1822... 841
REPORT of the Secretary of the Navy, relative to the Slave
.7th February, 1821... 71
of the Secretary of the Treasury, containing the
Annual Account of the state of the Finances.... 1821... 766
The United States, 1821............ 23d January, 1822... 898
BRITISH AND FOREIGN
SPEECH of the King to both Houses of the British Parlia
ment, on the Opening of the Session, 5th February, 1822.
My Lords, and Gentlemen, I HAVE the satisfaction of informing you that I continue to receive from Foreign Powers the strongest assurances of their friendly disposition towards this Country.
It is impossible for Me not to feel deeply interested in any event that may have a tendency to disturb the peace of Europe. My endeavours have therefore been directed, in conjunction with My Allies, to the settlement of the differences which have unfortunately arisen between the Court of St. Petersburgh and the Ottoman Porte, and I have reason to entertain hopes that these differences will be satisfactorily adjusted.
In My late visit to Ireland I derived the most sincere gratification from the loyalty and attachment manifested by all classes of My Subjects. With this impression it must be matter of the deepest concern to Me, that a spirit of outrage, which has led to daring and systematic violations of the Law, has arisen and still prevails in some parts of that Country.
I am determined to use all the means in My power for the protection of the persons and property of My loyal and peaceable Subjects; and it will be for your immediate consideration whether the existing Laws are sufficient for this purpose.
Notwithstanding this serious interruption of public tranquillity, I have the satisfaction of believing that My presence in Ireland has been productive of very beneficial effects; and all descriptions of My People may confidently rely upon the just and equal administration of the Laws, and upon My paternal solicitude for their welfare.
Gentlemen of the House of Commons,
It is very gratifying to Me, to be able to inform yon, that during the last Year the Revenue has exceeded that of the preceding, and appears to be in a course of progressive improvement.