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An Account of the total Number of Forged Bank Notes, discovered by the Bank to

have been Forged, by presentation for Payment, or otherwise, from 1st January, 1812, to 10th April, 1818; distinguishing each Year, and also distinguishing the Number of Notes of L.1, of L.2, of L.5, of L.10, of L.20, and above L.2, in Value.

Year.

Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of
Notes of Notes of Notes of Notes of Notes of Notes of Notes abovd

Total
L.1. L.2. L.5. L.10. L.15. L.20.

Number.

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STATEMENTS RELATIVE TO THE OPERATION OF THE Criminal Laws of

ENGLAND. Number of Persons committed to the Different Gầols in England and Wales, for Trial et

the Assizes and Sessions held for the sereral Counties, Cities, Towns, and Liberties therein, from the Year 1812 to the Year 1817, both inclusive.

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Offences for which the Executions took place.
Arson, & other wilful burning of property
A bankrupt concealing his effects.
Burglary and housebreaking
Cattle, maliciously killing
Coining ...
Forgery, and uttering forged instruments
Horse-stealing.
Larceny in a dwelling-house, to the

value of 40s.
Larceny on a navigable river, to the

value of 40s. Letters, containing bank-notes, secret

ing and stealing Mail robbery Murder

-, shooting, stabbing, and admi. nistering poison, with intent to ..... S Piracy ...... Robbery on the person on the high

way, and other places
Rape
Riot, and feloniously demolishing

buildings
Sheep-stealing
Sodomy.
Treason, high
Trees growing, maliciously cutting down

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Proportion of capital convictions, to

the number committed for trial, in

each year,--about ....... Proportion of executions, to the numn

ber capitally convicted, in each year, about

1 in 1 in 61 in Bl in 1'.

Number of Personi committed for Trial to the different Gaols in England and Wales,

from the Year 1809 to the Yeur 1817, both inclusive.

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Bedford
Berks
Brecon.........
Bucks
Cambridge
Cardigan..
Carmarthen
Carnarvon
Chester
Cornwall......
Cumberland
Denbigh
Derby
Devon
Dorset
Durham
Essex ............
Flint.....
Glamorgan
Gloucester

(Bristol)....
Hants
Hereford.....
Herts
Huntingdon
Kent.......
Lancaster
Leicester
Lincoln
Merioneth ......
Middlesex
Monmouth
Montgomery ...
Norfolk
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Northumberland
Nottingham
Oxford......
Pembroke
Radnor
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Somerset
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Surrey
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Warwick....
Westmoreland
Wilts
Worcester
York

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17 22 27 17 84 27 28 43 44
48 55 69 108 79 83 77 108 146
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6 9 1,443 1,424 1,482 1,669 1,707 1,646 2,005 2,226 2,686 15 17 18 21 18 26

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80 93 67 78 103 92

191 55 82 81 59 70

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Total... 5,390 15,146 5,397 6,576 17,164

6,390 1,818 19,091 13,938

Number of Persons who were Capitally Convicted, and of those who were Executei, in

London and Middlesex, in every Tenth Year, from the Year 1749 to the Year 1817, buth inclusive ; together with a Stutement of the Offences for which the Executions touk place, so fur as the same cun be uscertained.

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Offences for which the Executions

took place.
Burglary and house breaking
Coining
Forgery, and uttering for-1

ged Instruments....... 5
Horse-stealing
Larceny in a dwelling house
Ditto, on a navigable river
Letters, containing bank:

notes &c. secreting aud

stealing Murder

shooting, stabbing and administering poi. Personating others to ob.

tain prize money. &c. Robbery on the person on

the highway
Rape
Sodomy.
Transports being at large,

&c.

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VI.-LISTS.

NEW PUBLICATIONS, FOR 1818.

AGRICULTURE.

W. C. Edwards, M.A. Post Sro. 6s. bds.

The same, on fine post paper. Ts. The Farmer's Magazine, Nos. 74, 75, 76, 77. 3s. each.

ARCHITECTURE. An Essay on Agriculture ; to which is An Elucidation of the First Principles added, a Memoir, drawn up at the ex- of English Architecture, usually denoini. press desire of his Imperial Highness the nated Gothic. By Mr Kendall, ArchiArchduke John of Austria, on the Na- tect, Exeter. ture and Nutritive Qualities of Fiorin Grass, &c. By W. Richardson, D.D.

ARTS. Considerations respecting Cambridge, A Treatise on Practical Perspective. more particularly relating to its Botani- By W. Williams. 8vo. 11. Is. bound. cal Professorship. By Sir James Smith, Specimens in Eccentric Circular TurnM.D, F.R.S. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

ing, with Practical Instructions for proLetters and Papers on Agriculture, ducing Corresponding Pieces in that Art. Planting, &c. selected from a Correspond- By J. H. Ibetson. 8vo. Il. Is. ence of the Bath and West of England A Compendium of the Theory and Agricultural Society. Vol. XIV. 8vo. Practice of Drawing and Painting," illus7s. 6d.

trated by the Technical Terms in Art; A Survey of the Agriculture of East- with Practical Observations on the Esern and Western Flanders, made under sential Lines, and the Forms connected the Authority of the Farming Society of with them. By R. Dagley. 4to. with Ireland. By the Rev. T. Radcliffe. 8vo. plates. 10s. 6d. 10s. 6d.

ARTS, FINE.

New Churches Considered, with reConversations on Algebra, being an spect to the Opportunities they offer for Introduction to the First Principles of the Encouragement of Painting. By B. that Science. By W. Cole. 12mo. 75. R. Haydon. 8vo. Is. 6d.

The Algebraist's Assistant, being a No. I. Studies of Flowers from NsCompendium of Algebra, upon the plan ture. By Miss Smith. 10s. 6d. of Walkingame's Tutor's Assistant. The No. I. of Italian Scenery, or Views of whole designed as a Question-book for the most remarkable, celebrated, or adthe use of Schools, and Private Study. mired Points of Italy, from Drawings taBy James Harris. 12mo. 45.

ken in the year 1817. By E. F. Batty. Essays on the Combinatorial Analysis. Imp. 8vo. 10s. 6d. By Peter Nicholson. 8vo. 16s.

No. I. of a Series of Twelve Portraits The First Principles of Algebra, de- of Distinguished Living Characters of signed for the Use of Students. By T. Scotland; contaiping Heads of Walter

ALGEBRA.

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