Oldalképek
PDF

* Wales, from 1834 to 1839, 41. 193; for housebreaking and larceny in 1832, 34. 171. Executions and commitments, proportion of, from 1829 to 1833, and from 1834 to 1838, '40. 188. in Ireland, proportion of (1830), 31. 114; number of, in 1834, 36. 58. motion for their taking place in private, by Mr. Rich, '42. 175. — number of, in France (1826), ‘29. 89; from 1826 to 1832, '35. 43. Executor made trustee for next of kin as to undisposed-of residue (l W. IV. c. 40), 31. 151. Executors, powers granted to, to bring actions, distrain, &c. (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 42), '34. 124, 125. Exercise necessary for new-born infants, '29. 117. Exeter, Jos. of, '32.58. population of (1821), ‘29. 81; population and representation of, '33. 60; difference of time between, and London, 31. 15; Acts, viz., Branch Bank of England at, '33. 111; Bridge Act, '36. 207; Gas Light Act, °37. 220; Commercial Gas Light and Coke Company, further Act, '39. 212; Improvement Act, 33. 209; Canal Improvement Act, '30. 232; Markets Removal Act, *35. 219; Amendment Act, '41. 217; Petty Customs, equalization, &c., Act, '41. 218; Road Alteration Act, '42. 195; Turnpike Roads Act, 41.220; Water Act, '34. 203; amendment, 36. 208; further amendment, '41. 217; Water-Works Act, 34.205; port of, customs' duty collected at, in the year ending 5th Jan., 1837, 38. 175; the same in years ended 5th Jan. 1837 and 1838, 39. 191; the same in the year 1838, '40, 187; the same during 1839, '41. 188; the same in 1840, 42. 164. diocese of, number of Sunday schools in the, in 1826, 29. 95; number of parishes, benefices, and churches and chapels

in, and population of (1834), 35. 126; revenues of bishop, of cathedral, and of benefices; sums paid to curates; in whom patronage of benefices vested; and other particulars relating to same (1835), 36.82–89. Exeter and Bristol Railway Act, '37. 222; amendment Act, '41. 220; further Act, '42. 196; Railway, account of, '38. 63, 64; '41. 74; main line, its total length, and extent of same, opened up to 1841, '42. 57; further particulars relating to same, id. 71, 72 ; Railway Branches Act, 39. 214; Exeter and Crediton Railway Act, '33. 21 l; Railway, particulars of, "41. 72. Exeter ‘Change removed, '30. 238; menagerie, removal of, '33. 214, 215. Hall, near completion of, '31. 215; great meeting at, for relief of starving Irish, '32. 238. Street, fall of houses in, '29.

244.

Exhalation from the earth, its importance, '30.76; instrument for measuring the quantity of, id. 76, 77

Exmouth, Lord, dies, ’34. 241. Market Regulation Act, '39. 212; amendment Act, '42. 195. —and Littleham, population of '33. 60. Exon, Joseph, 31.68. Exoneretur, when it may be entered, "28. 156. “Expedition of Alexander,”32.49. “Expedition of Ighor,”’32.76. Expenditure, net public, of the United Kingdom, for the year ending 5th of Jan. 1828, 28. 163. “Experiment,” shipwreck of the, '33. 229. Expiation, fast of, '28. 14. Explanation of signs used in mathematical operations, to denote the relation of numbers, magnitudes, and quantities, 28. 104–106. “Explanations of the Bible,” '32. 47. Explosion of the “Earl Grey”

steam-packet, 36. 246; on board the “Meteor,” '35. 255; of steamvessel-boiler at Hull, 38. 245; of steam boiler at Mold Green, '42. 241; at Springwell coalmine, 34. 244; at Thorneley colliery, '42. 241; at Wellington colliery, id. 238. Explosive projectile, invented by Mr. Warner, mentioned, '42, 184, 185. Explosive substances, sending or throwing with intent to maim, &c., punishment for, 1837 (7 W. IV. & 1 Vict. c. 85), '38. 159. Exponent, definition and sign of an, ’28. 106. Exportation, restrictions on: table of goods which may be prohibited to be exported by proclamation or order in council, '34. 131. Exports and Imports. Account of the value of imports into, and exports from, Great Britain and Ireland during each of the years 1825, 1826, and 1827, ‘28. 167; value of the principal articles exported from, and imported into, Great Britain for the year ending 5th Jan. 1827, id. ib. 167; an account of the official value of British and Irish produce and manufactures, and of foreign and colonial produce and manufactures, exported from Great Britain, distinguishing the several countries; together with the imports into Great Britain from the same countries, for the year ending 5th Jan. 1827, id. 166. Exports. Quantities and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures exported in 1828, 31. 176, 177; to the se. veral countries of the world in 1828, 31. 177, 178; official value of, for the year ended 5th Jan. 1831, ’32. 176; exported in 1830, '33. 178, 179; exported to several countries in the proportions named in 1830, 33. 179, 180; quantities and declared value of British produce, &c., exported in 1831, '34. 157, 158; in the years ending 5th Jan. 1833 and 1834, 35. 173;

[blocks in formation]

nufactures and produce—Walue of exports in years ending 5th Jan. 1835 and 1836, '37. 161, 162; the same in the years ending 5th Jan. 1836, 1837, and 1838, '39. 182, 183; the same, and the quantities thereof, in the year 1838, '40. 180; the same in 1839, '41. 187; declared value of British and Irish produce, and manufactures exported from the United Kingdom, and places to which exported, in 1827, 1830, 1833, 1834, and 1835, 37. 159– 162; in 1836, '38. 173, 174; in 1836 and 1837, 39. 189; in 1838, '40. 181; in 1839, '41. 187, 188; in 1840, 42. 162; British and Irish produce, value of, exported to Germany from 1830 to 1837, 39. 190; to the United States from 1827 to 1831, '38. 174; in 1836, 38. 174, 175; to the East Indies, China, and Mauritius, in 1826, 1827, and 1828, ’29. 192; account of the declared value of goods exported from Great Britain to the East Indies and China, and the Mauritius, in the year ending 5th Jan. 1829, '30. 208; to China, from 1818 to 1832, 34. 162; foreign and colonial merchandize exported from the United Kingdom, value of, in the years ending 5th Jan. 1834 and 1835, 36. 156; to foreign parts in the years ending 5th Jan. 1835, 1836, 37. 162; amount of, to western Australia, 1834, 36. 182; Ireland, tonnage and value of, from, in 1825 and 1835, 39. 188, 189. of beer. Quantity of, exported in 1832 from England, Scotland, and Ireland, 34.178; and to what countries, in 1833, '35. 184, 185; number of barrels in 1834, and amount of drawback on same, '36. 167. of brass and copper manufactures in 1838, and to what countries, '40. 183. of butter and cheese. Quantity and value of, in 1836,”38. 178. Exports of coals, culm, and cinders. Quantity of, exported in 1830, 1831, and 1832, 34. 166; coals, quantity of, exported in 1833, and to what countries, and amount of duty on same, 35. 186; in 1834 and 1835, 37. 170; coals, culm, and cinders, quantity and value of, in 1836, 38. 178; in 1837, 39. 192; in 1840, '42. 163.

of copper in 1840, '42. 164. of coffee, quantity exported in 1827, 29. 194. of cotton manufactured goods, and cotton twist and yarn, from 1818 to 1826, ’29. 192; account of the exports of cotton goods, from 1815 to 1830 inclusive, with duties and drawbacks on printed goods exported, '31. 180; quantity and declared value of cotton goods in 1832, and to what countries, '35. 178; cotton goods, British, value of, in 1835, 37. 167; in 1833 and 1834, '36. 169; in 1835, 37. 167; in 1838, '40. 182; India trade in cotton goods, increase of exports from 1814 to 1831, ’34. 167, 168. of cutlery and hardwares in 1838, and to what countries, ’40. 183.

[blocks in formation]

value of, in 1835, 37. 168; manufactures and yarn, value of, in 1835 and 1836, 38. 177; in 1838, and to what countries, '40. 183. Exports of machinery. Value of exported from 1824 to 1829, 31. 191; and mill-work, value of, in 1836, ’38. 178; in 1838, and to what countries, '40. 183. of paper. Quantity of exported in the years 1831, 1832, and 1833, 35. 185. of pewter and tin wares in 1838, and to what countries, '40. 1831.

of rum from Great Britain to different countries, from Jan. 5, 1829, to Jan.5, 1830, 31. 186; from Ireland in 1829, 31. 186. —— of salt, quantity and value of, in 1836, 38. 178. of silk goods, amount of British manufactured in the years 1826, 1827, and 1828, 30. 214; of silk and silk manufactures in 1829, 31. 188, 189; goods, value of, from 1820 to 1833, 35. 179; in 1835, 37.168; 1835 and 1836, '38. 177; in 1838, and to what countries, '40. 183; drawback paid on exportation of British manufactured silk goods in 1832, *34. 168. of soap, quantity of, in 1830 and 1831, ’33. 181; in 1831 and 1832, 34. 164; in 1834, 36. 171. of soap and candles, quantity and value of, in 1836, 38. 178.

of steel and iron in 1838, and to what countries, '40. 183. of sugar, quantity of raw and refined, from Great Britain (1827), 29. 194. — of tin and pewter wares in 1838, and to what countries, '40. 183.

of wool and woollen, quanties and declared value of British, in 1826 to 1828, 29. 192; sheep and lambs' wool, and woollen and worsted yarn, quantity of, and value of woollen manufactures of, in 1820 to 1832, 34. 167; wool, British, and woollen and worsted yarn, quantity of, in 1833, 35. 176; woollen manufactures, value of, in 1835, 37. 167; in 1835 and 1836, 38. 177; woollen and woollen yarn in 1838, and to what countries, '40. 183; of woollen manufactures in 1840, and to what countries, '42. 161. Exposed goods during manufacture, punishment for stealing, 28. 132. “Exposition du Système du Monde,” referred to, 30. 49. External navigation, '29. 182, 183. Extort money by threats, punishment for (1828), 28. 131; extorting money by letter, punishment for, 28. 131 ; extorting by threats of accusation of unnatural crimes, punishment for, 1837 (7 W. IV. and 1 Vict. c. 87), '38. 160, 161. Eye, population and representation of, '33. 73. Eye, structure of, Petit, 29.63. — Royal Infirmary for Diseases of the, 30. 141; Infirmary, Kent and Surrey General, id. ib. and Ear, Surrey and Southwark Infirmary for curing Diseases of the, id. ib. Eyemouth Harbour Improvement Act, 40.218. Eylau, battle of, 28.63. Ezekiel, "31. 64; 32.46. Ezra, ’31. 64; 32.46. — Abraham Aben, '32.47. — Moses Aben, 32.47.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][ocr errors]

Factories, cotton, wool, silk, and flax, number of, in the United Kingdom, and number and ages of persons employed therein, and hours of labour and average number of labourers in each factory (1835), 36. 181, 182. Factories, Act to regulate the labour of children and young persons in mills and, of the United Kingdom (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 103), 34. 145, 146; Act to explain and amend same (4 W. IV. c. 1), 35. 129. ——— inspectors, motion relating to their being spies, ’41.211. —— children in, commission of inquiry, motion for, carried, '34. 190; ages of, and number of hours of their labour (1835), 36. 181; debate relating to, 37.201. Factory, the, at Canton, its privileges, 31. 124. Fadlallah, "31.69; 32.78. “Foedera,” 32.60. “Faery Queen,” '32. 59. Fagoon, a Hindustani month, '30. 25. Fagus ferruginea, ’29.65. Fahrenheit, his thermometer,'28.61; ’29. 63; his graduation of the thermometer preferred by the English, and where English is spoken, *30. 90. Failsworth, population of '33. 65. Fairfax, E., 31.72; '32.60. Fairman, Colonel, called to the bar of the House of Commons, '36. 201; ordered into custody, but not taken, id. ib. Fairs, booths in, when they may be opened, '40. 154. Faith, army of the, "28. 65. Falcand, or falcandus, '31.68; 32. 54

Falck, Dr., steam-engine, '29.63. Falco milvus, '29.40. Falconer, Dr., his observation on the use of copper and brass saucepans, '36. 30. Falczi, peace of, '31.50. Falgoon, a Bengalee month, '30. 26. Falkirk, Stirling, population of (1821), 29.83; population and representation of, 33.87; Railway Act, 39. 214. Falkland Isles discovered, '30.95;

confirmed to Great Britain, '31.

53. Falkland, Lord, opens the Legislature of Nova Scotia, ’42. 236. Fall of the leaf,’28.40; 29.41–43; its cause, id. 42. Fall-cloud, '30, 81. Fallax veris nuncius, '29. 33. Falling bodies, Galileo, 29. 62. Fallon, Colonel, the returns of the Geographical Board of Vienna, edited by, '29.77. Falmouth, population of (1821), 29. 81; population and representation of, '33. 59; difference of time between, and London, 31. 14. port of, customs' duties received at, in 1833, 35. 173; collected at, in 1834, 236. 157; the same in the years ending 5th Jan. 1835 and 1836, 37. 164; the same, in 1840, 42. 164. Falopio, or Falopius, 31.70; '32.55. False entries in registers, how punishable (1 W. IV. c. 66), 31. 161. False lights, holding out, to ships, #. for (1827), 28. 143; ging out, to cause shipwreck, punishable with death, 1837 (7 W. IV. and 1 Vict. c. 89), '38. 161. False pretences, obtaining goods under, punishment for, 28. 138. Falster, Ch., 31. 75; 32.75. Families, number of, in Great Britain, '28.84; number of, and how employed, in each county in England, in 1801, 1811, 1821, and 1831, 34.84–87; number of, in the islands of the British seas, 28. 81; number of, in London, and how occupied, 28. 86, 87. Family compact of the Bourbons, ’28.62; 31.52. Family Endowment Society Act, *37. 218. Famine in Bengal, '32. 31; in Ireland, subscription to relieve, ’32. 238; at Madras, '32. 36. Fancourt, Major, his motion to abolish military flogging, 37. 196. “Fanny” sloop, wrecked, ‘29. 233. Fantoni, 31. 74. Fareham, population of '33. 63; chapel at, 35. 230; one built and

endowed by the Rev. Sir H. Thompson, Bart., 37. 229. Fares to Watermen on the Thames settled by the Court of Aldermen, ’28. 158; penalty on waterman on the Thames for refusing a fare, 28. 159; penalty on party refusing to pay, id. ib. legal, demanding more, penalty, 32. 150; refusing to pay, id. ib.; other regulations as to, id. ib.; and see further l and 2 Vict. c. 79, 39. 158—160. Farey, Mr., his evidence on patents referred to, '30. 123, 128. Faria e Sousa, Man. de, 32.71. Faringdon Road Act, '42, 195. ward without, proposed houses for the poor in, 42. 237. Farmers, their antipathy to change, "35. 61. riding horses, duty on, and exemption from, explained, '36. 130. — and General Fire and Life Insurance and Loan Annuity Society Act, '41. 215. Farm-houses, number of, exempt from the inhabited house tax in the several counties of England and Wales, for the year ending 5th of April, 1830, 32.106, 107; when exempt from assessed taxes, °35. 151. Farming accounts, method of keeping, 28. 124, 125. – stock Insurances, stamp on, . repealed (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 23), '34. 116; insurances on, amounts insured in each office in England in 1834, 36. 179, 180. Farnborough and Riverhill Road Act, '37. 221. Farnham, population of (1821), 29. 81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, 33. 3

Farquhar, Geo., 31. 74; 32.60.

Farr, Mr., his report of the results of the first and second quarters' registration of deaths, '40. 31– 51; his tables of the causes of mortality in England and Wales (1837), 40. 29–51; in 1838, '41. 21–24.

Farringdon, population of '33. 57.

« ElőzőTovább »