to the Thirty-sixth Volume of the
Sunday and Monday Editions of
For the Year 1831.
N. B. —
"S" stands for Sunday Edition
"M" for Monday Edition.
All foreign Intelligence alphabetically arranged under the letter "F".
For Irish News, see IRELAND. — For Scotch News, see SCOTLAND.
Jews, conversion of, s 21, 29, 249—m 32, 117, 251.
Jews' hospital, meeting of its supporters at the City of London tavern, s 154—m 155.
Jupiter and his satellites, occultation of, s 182.
King Charles I., relics of his Majesty preserved, s and m 404.
King George IV., opinion of the College of Physicians on the state of his late disease, s 43—m 46—Anecdote of his Majesty when Prince of Wales, s 44—m 46—Original letter of his late Majesty, s 45—m 46—Sale of his Majesty's coronation robes, s 185—m 192.
King George III., meeting of the subscribers to the monument of, s 266—m 268—Regulations at his Majesty' coronation, s 280—m 284.
King William IV., his Majesty's gift to a poor seaman s 21—Gift to the Scotch Church ministers, s 29—m 32—His Majesty's visit to Drury lane theatre, and his Majesty's answer to the city address, s 88—m 84—His Majesty's haste to prorogue the parliament, m 136—Levee at St. James's palace, s 137—m 144—The address of the electors of Westminster to his Majesty for dissolving the parliament, s 138—m 139—His Majesty's gift of a pair of silver kettle drums to the Life Guards, s 145—m 152—Postponement of his Majesty's visit
to the city, s and m 154—Celebration of his Majesty birth-day, s 169—m 173—His Majesty's gift to the Duke of Wellington, m 196—Anniversary of his Majesty's accession to the throne, m 205—His Majesty answer to the convocation at Canterbury, s and 214—Coronation of his Majesty, s and m 230, 279—His Majesty's gift to the Life Guards, s 243—Sundry parochial addresses to his Majesty, s 330—Presentation of the city address on the rejection of the Reform bill, s 330—m 332—His Majesty's condescension to Dr. Burns of Paisley, s and m 394.
King's College, appointments at, s 29—m 32—Meeting of the governors and further appointments, s 154—m 155—Ceremony of opening the institution, s 321—m 324.
Kings of Europe, fatality among, s and m 195.
Knights of the Garter, number of females invested with the order, s 181—m 179.