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Conn ; Coin AGE ; Country BANks; Country BANK Notes. Currents of air, how caused, 28. 17; shown by the hygrometer, ’28. 19. Curtesy, tenancy by the, discontinued in certain cases, '42. 136. Curtilage, definition of, "28. 132. Curtisia faginea, 31. 38. Curves, Algebra, Descarles, ’29. 56. Curwen, Mr., his proposal of amount of corn-duty, "39, 81. Cuss, Nich. von, 31. 70; '32. 64

Custard, apple, '29. 64. Custody of infants, Act to amend the law relating to the (2 & 3 Vict. c. 54), '40. 157. Custom House repairs, 28. 173; completion of, '29. 216; long room at, re-opened, ‘29. 235. — Dublin, abandoned, and business transferred to London, 31. 234. Customs Acts amendment, 9.G.I.V. ; c. 76, ’29. 175; Duties Act, 10 G. IV. c. 43, 30. 182; Laws Amendment Act (2 & 3 W. IV. c. 84), '33. 159, 160; Duties Repeal Act (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 50), '34. 128, 129; Act for the general regulation of , the (3 & 4 W. 1 V. c. 52), '34. 129–134; Act for granting duties of (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 56), '34. 136; Act for the management of (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 51), '34. 129; Act to amend the laws relating to the (4 & 5 W. IV. c. 89), '35. 159, 160; Act to amend the laws relating to (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 60), '37. 127—129; Customs Duties Increase Act (3 Vict. c. 17), '41. 145, 146; produce of additional duties imposed by, from 15th May, 1840, to 5th April, 1841, '42. 153. Customs, revenue of, for the year ending January 5th, 1828, '29. 184, 187; produce of, 1830 and 1831, 32.175; duties of, in 1831 ; and 1832, 33. 172; in years ended 5th January, 1832 and 1833, 35. 174; in the years

ended 10th October, 1832 and 1833, '34. 148; the same for the year ended 10th October, 1834, '35. 166; in 1834 and 1835, '36. 151; in years ended 10th October, 1835 and 1836, 37. 153; same in years 1836 and 1837, 38. 170; the same in 1837 and 1838, 39. 175; the same in years 1838 and 1839, '40. 170; the same in 1839 and 1840, '41. 178; the same in the years ended 10th October, 1840, and 10th October, 1841, 42. 152. Customs duty, net produce of, on all articles imported (1839), '41. 119; gross and net produce of, in the years ended 5th January, 1834 and 1835, 36. 158; gross and net amount of, received in the United Kingdom in 1836, 38. 175; gross and net produce of, in the years ended 5th January, 1837 and 1838, 39. 176, 177; same in the years 1837 and 1838, '40. 171; same in the years 1838 and 1839, 41. 179; the same in the year ended 5th January, 1841, '42, 149; gross receipt of, at several ports named of the United Kingdom, for year ended 5th January, 1834, 35. 173; in 1834, 36. 157; in the years ending 5th January, 1835 and 1836, 37. 164; in the year ending 5th January, 1837, 38. 175; same in years ending 5th January, 1837 and 1838, 39. 191; same received in 1838, 40. 187; in the year 1839, 41. 188; during the year 1840. '42, 164; customs . duties inwards, new (1832), (2 & 3 W. IV. c. 84), '33. 190— 193; Table of, granted by 6 & 7 W. IV. c. 60, '37. 128, 129; duty on timber, additional under Act 3 & 4 Vict. c. 19, 41. 192; returns at the port of Goole from 1828 to 1829, 30. 121. - revenue and charges in India, '33. 100. “Customs of Northern Nations,” '32. 74. Cutaneous Diseases, Royal London

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and Westminster Infirmary for the treatment of, '30. 141. Cut-leaved lomatia, "31. 41. Cuttack ceded to the English, 32. 42. Cutting and maiming, punishment for, 1837 (7 W. IV. & 1 Vict. c. 85), 38. 159. Cutlery and hardwares, value of exported in 1827, 28. 167; in 1835, 37. 168; in 1836, 38. 177; in 1834 and 1835, 37. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837, 39. 183; the same and quantities thereof in 1838, '40. 180; the same in 1839, '41. 187; the same in 1840, 42. 162. See further, HARDwares and CUTLERY. Cuvier, 31. 79; 32. 69; Baron, dies, '33. 230. Cuvillier, Mr., elected Speaker in Canada, '42. 239. Cuxhaven, Vice Consul at, his salary (1828), 31. 180. Cyc. Brih., explanation of, '30. 30

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Dabar, ancient Arabic for Wednesday, '30, 21.

Dacia, eastern part of, taken by the Goths, 28.54; subdued, id. ib.

Peter de, his calendar, 39.

55. Daceir, Andrew, '32.68. Anne, "31. 75; '32.68. Da Costa, 31.79; 32.74. Daesius, a Macedonian monk, '30.17. Daffodil, the, 28.33; mentioned by Shakspeare, id. ib. Daguerre, M., his invention reported on by the French Academy. '40. 256. Dahomey, kingdom of, its extent, population, capital, religion, and army, in 1828, '29. 74, 75. D'Ailly, Peter, 31.69; 32.67. Dais cotinifolia, 31. 38. Daisy, the, '28, 32, 34; 29.33; the midsummer, 28. 36. Dalby's Carminative, improper use of, to new-born infants, ’29. 117. Dalecarlians defeat Christiern II., ’28, 59. D'Alembert, 31.77; 32.69; equilibrium of fluids, '29. 61; harmonic curve, ’29. 55; his discoveries on the moon's orbit, '34.9; Euler and Clairhault, their solution of “the problem of the three bodies,” “29. 22, 23. Dalhousie, Earl of, made GovernorGeneral of India, 30. 260. Dalin-Olof, 31.77; 32.75. Dalkeith, population of '33. 83. and Edinburgh Railway Branches Act, 35.222. — and Edinburgh Railway, account of, 37.93; '41. 66. Dalmatia, extent and population of (1831), 33.54; increase of inhabitants in, '29, 77. Dalry, population of '33. 82. Dalton, population of '33. 77. Dalston, church at, finished, 42. 206.

Dalwood Inclosure Act, 35.217. Damage or hurt, compensation for may be awarded, '40, 155. Damascenus, 31.66; 32.50. Damascus, Jews of, their persecution mentioned in the House of Commons, 41. 209; '42, 178. Damask rose, '29.67. Dame-schools in England, number of, and amount of scholars in, in 1818, '29.92. Damer, Mrs.(the sculptor), dies,'?9. 239. Damietta, vice-consul at, "31. 182. Damming, iron and sheet piling for, described, 34.227, 228. Damoiseau, his calculations of Halley's comet, 35. 13; Baron, his lunar table, 34. 6, 10; M., his Theory of the Moon referred to, *30. 59. Damremont, General, killed, 38. 247,248. Danāus, 28.50. Dandelion, the, 28. 34, 39; 29. 35; property of the seeds of, id. ib. Dandiprat, value of (1540), '37. 33. Danes invade England, 28. 56; expelled from England, id. ib.: their settlement at Tranquebar, '32. 25. Dangerous Associations Act introduced and debated, '30. 219, 220. Daniel, 31.64,72; 31.72; '82.46. G., 32.68. J., 32.60. Samuel, '32, 59. Daniell, Mr., his expression for the dew-point, 31.30; his generation of the resin gas, 28, 179; his “Meteorological Essays and Observations” referred to, '30. 68.

Thomas W., dies, ’41. 138. William, dies, '38. 128. Danish authors, list of, and of their principal works, from A.D. 1100, to A.D. 1800, 32. 74, 75. —— budget published, '42.241. claims, committee on, carried against Ministers, '42, 175; report on, carried, id. 184. America, its extent, popula, tion, capital, and religion, in 1828, ’29. 74, 75.

Danish group of German mountains, and their several heights, '33. 44; alphabetical index to same, &c., id. 49–53. Literary Chronology, '32. 74, 75. period of the Thirty years' wäf, 31.47. “Danish History,” “32.74; “DaIrish History, Collection of," id.75. Danke, John, 37. 23. Dante, "28. 57; 31.68; 32.54; “Dante, Translation of," id. 70. Dantzic ceded to Prussia, 28. 62; inundation at, '30.261; wagesat, *34. 59; British consul at, his salary (1828), 31. 180; quantity of wheat which could be imported from, if a fixed duty were imposed; and general facts relating. to supply from, '42. 82–86; highest and lowest price of wheat at, in 1831 and 1835, id. 80. Danube, people of the, at war with Rome, 28. 54; passed by the Russians, 29. 239; overflow of, and loss of life by, 31. 234. D'Anville, 31.77; 32.69. Daphne-leaved Pultenaca, 31.43. “Daphnis and Chloe,” '32.50. Daranian Society, 30. 141. D'Arblay, Madame, dies, ’41. 138. D'Arcet, M., his invention for securing theatres from destruction by fire, "28. 182, 183. Dardanelles blockaded, ‘29. 244; treaty relating to the closing of the, '34. 246; diplomatic meeting relating to the closing of '42,240; British consul in,’31. 182. Dardanus, 28.50. Darius Hystaspes, 28.51; death of, id. 52. Darlaston, population of '33.72. Darling, General, committee of inquiry into his conduct, 36. 199. Darling, J. and Grace, save lives from the “Forfarshire” wreck, *39.1251. Darlington, population of (1821), ’29.81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33. 61; church, account of, '40. 235.

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Dart Improvement Act, 35.223. Dartford, population of '33. 64. ——— and Crayford Creeks Improvement Act, '41. 222. powder-mills, explosion at, 34. 241. Dartmoor and Plymouth Railway, account of, '37.89; '4l. 64. Dartmouth, population and representation of, '33.-60; Floating Bridge Act, 31.211. Darwin, Dr. Erasmus, 31.76; 32. , 62; his allusion to the approach of spring, ‘29. 31; his cure of epilepsy instanced, 35. 34. Datchet, accident at, 29.243. Bridge Road Act, '42, 196. Date, monumental (first), 29. 56. Date-plum, 29.65. Dates, duty on (1832), '33. 191. D’Aubenton, 31.77; 32.69. D'Auvergne, 31, 71; 32.67. Dava, bridge of, destruction of, 31. 228. Davanzati, B., 31.72; 32.56. Davenant, Dr., his “Essay on the probable means of making People gainers in a Balance of Trade,” • referred to, 35.72. Daventry, population of '33. 69. David, 31.64; 32.46. Abraham ben, 32.47. Emeric, dies, 40. 141. reign of, '28, 50. —— King of Scots, prisoner, 28. 58. Davie, Adam, 31.68. '32, 58. Davies, Mr. Griffith, his improvements on Mr. Barrett's method of calculating life contingencies, '40. 5–24; his method of computing the sum to be paid for assurance on the borrowing of money to be paid by annuity, '42, 17, 18. Davies, Mr. J., architect of the Stockwell Proprietary Grammar School, "35. 240; of the Marine Insurance Office, 38.232. Daviesia cordata, 31. 38; latifolia, id. ib.

Davis, Mr. J. F., appointed Chief

Superintendent at Canton, '36. 238. Davis’s quadrant, '29. 62. Davis's Strait discovered, '30.95. Davila, 31.72; 31.79. E. C., '32, 56. J. H., id. 72. Davy, Sir Humphry, "31. 76; '32. 62; galvanism, 29.60; his observations on the formation of mist, 30. 85, 86; his observations on descending the Danube, '30.86, 87; his papers in the Philosophical Transactions referred to, '30. 68; dies, '30. 262; intended monument to him, '42. 240. Dawley Magna, population of '33. 71.

Dawlish, polio of '33.60. Day, civil, mode of reckoning, 28. . l; division of the, "31. 5; its commencement at midnight, when the practice arose, id. 6; lunar, its duration, '30, 49. — and night, early marks for the division of time, "30. 6. time of the, how computed by the Italians, 31. 6, 7; table, showing the hour of mid-day, according to the Italian mode of reckoning, for six different cities, id. 8. mode of reckoning, by the ancient Jews, 28. l; by the Roman Catholic Church, id. ib. how divided amongst the Chimese, 31.9; amongst the Hindoos, id. 10–12; amongst the Mahometans, 31. 9. Days of the Calendar, 28. 8–15. of the week, names of, Latin, English, and Saxon, 28. 2; a table to find the, for any given year, from 5000 B.c. to A.D. 2700, '30, 32, 33. Day-schools, endowed and unendowed, in the several counties of England, in 1828, 29.93; number of unendowed, in Wales, in 1818, 29, 94; day-schools of Scotland, number of scholars in the, endowed and unendowed, in 1818, 29.94. D'Azara, F., 31.77.

Deacle, Mr. and Mrs., motion by Colonel Evans concerning their treatment by Mr. B. Baring, '32. 194. Dead bodies, regulations concerning the anatomical examination of, and the interment of, and certificates concerning the same, and other matters, '33. 157, 158. Deadnettle, the red, 28.33. Dead-reckoning, what it is,’41. 39. Dead-weight, the amount of in 1822, '32. 90, 91; amount of (1831), and period of its expiration, id. 176. Deadly Nightshade, poisonous properties of, and remedies against, ’28. 121, 122. “De Arte Metrică,”’32. 53. “De Arte supputandi,” “29. 56. “De Arte Venandi,” “32.63. Deaf and Dumb, Asylum for, 30. 140; meeting of subscribers to, particulars of the institution, '42. 240.

persons, proportion of, to population in Great Britain

and in Europe, id. ib. Deal, population of (1821), ‘29.81; reading and other rooms, account of, 37. 246; Pier Act, 39. 215; Water Act, '41. 218. Deals, price of in London in 1834, °36. 178. DEALs and DEAL ENDs, see TiMBER. Dealtry, Mr., his opinion on the increase of crime, ’29.97. Dean, forest of, riots at, '32. 238. —— bridge, Edinburgh, described, id. 232. Deanhead Reservoir Act, '39. 211; '42. 194. Deans and Chapters, vicars choral, &c., &c. (Ireland), income of, in 1831, 34. 179. Death, apparent, treatment of persons in cases of, '29. 124, 125. influence of climate on the causes of, '41. 32. — causes of, in England and Wales in 1837, '40. 33–37; in 1838, 41.22—25; in London in 1838, id. 33. punishment of, inflicted from 1820 to 1826, 28. 170; effects

of the abolition of, in certain cases, '38. 185; its effect on the number of charges of certain offences, '42. 103; abolition of, punishment of, Bill for, '41. 209; debate on, defeated, id. 21 l; Bill for total abolition of, again introduced by Mr. F. Kelly, '42. 174; punishment of, for coining, abolished (2 W. IV. c. 34), '33. 130, 131; for stealing in a dwelling-house, and for horse or cattle stealing (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 62), '33. 148; for forgery, except for forging wills and powers of attorney for transferring stock (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 123), id. 169; abolished for forgery (7 W. IV, and 1 Vict. c. 84), '38. 158, 159; for returning from transportation (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 67), 35. 151; for letter-stealing and sacrilege (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 81), '36. 144; for embezzlement by servants of the Bank or South Sea Company, or for demolishing Churches, &c., or for rape, 42. 138; Act abolishing the punishment of, in certain cases, 1837 (7 W. IV. and 1 Vict. c. 91), '38. 163–165; further Act as to other offences (4 and 5 Vict. c. 56), '42. 138, 139. Death, sentences of, in 1818, 1828, and 1838, and for what offences, '40. 133; in 1832, 34. 64; in England and Wales, in 1834, 36. 39–45; 1834, 1835, and 1836, '38. 185; in 1834, 1835, 1836, and 1837, 39.93; in 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, and 1838, '40. 134; in each year, in England and Wales, from 1834 to 1839, 41. 114; number of in 1839, id. 113; in 1834, 1838, 1839, and 1840, '42. 104; 1820 and 1840, id. 105; number of sentences of, in Ireland in 1834, 36.58. —number of persons condemned to, in France (1826), ‘29. 89: in 1828, 30. 215; in England and France (1826), ‘29. 89. for political offences in France, proposed, 31.239. power of iusects to counterfeit, '29, 42.

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