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Kilrush, population of, in 1821 and 1831, 34.90. Kilsby Tunnel, on the Great Western Railway, account of '42. 63, 64. Kilsyth, population of '33.87. Kilwinning, population of '33. 82. Kimberworth, church at, intended, °42. 206. Kimhi, David, '31.68; 32.47. Moses, 31.68; '32. 47. Kincardine Ferry Act, 30. 232. Kincardineshire, population of, and of its principal towns, in 1811, 1821, and 1831; value of real property in, and its representation, '33. 85; summary of same, in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 89; the same, in 1841, 42. 108; population of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and increase per cent., id. l 10; electors, number of, in, in 1836, ’37. 182; houses, number of inhabited, uninhabited, and building in 1841, 42. 108; turnpike trusts, their extent and income in (1834), 35. 193; turnpike gates in, rents of, in 1833, 1834, and 1835, 37.178; Roads Act, 39. 213. King, Gregory, his table of income and expenses of several families in England, in 1688, 35.72. Lord, his motion for the abolition of the corn laws, '31. 202; dies, '34. 245. the, v. Wheeler, case of, referred to, '30. 125. George's Sound, population of, on 31st of December, 1834, 36.182. street, St. James's, carriage opening at, 31. 216. Kinghorn, population of '33. 84. Kings, Thomas, '31. 75; 32.74. King's Lynn Pilots and Bridgemen, &c. Act Amendment Act, '42. 198; see also, LYNN. Kingsborough, Wiscount, dies, 38. 128. Kingsbury, rental of the parish of (1829), 29.85. Kingsclere, population of '33. 63. Kingsnorton Small Debts Act, '41. 218; Court of Requests Extension Act, '42, 194.

Kingston Improvement Act, 35. 219; Bridge Act, 31. 211; farm of the Zoological Society at, '30. 238. Kingston-upon-Thames, population of, '33. 73; ecclesiastical district of, 35. 230. Kingston and Selby Railway Act, '37. 223. – Hall, Dorsetshire, notice of, '40. 248. Kingston-upon-Hull, population and representation of '33.76; Lighting, &c. Act, 41.216; Pilotage Act, °33. 211. Kingstown, population of, in 1821 and 1831, 34.89. and Dublin Railway Act, '32. 216; Extension Act, *35. 222; Railway, account of, '37. 106, 107; '41. 70. King's Bench, Sir Thomas Denman, Lord Chief Justice of, '33.232. – Prison, number of debtors in, in 1831 and 1832, 34. 172. College, Cambridge, buildings at, intended, '37. 236; university library and buildings at, account of, ground plans, and section of part of, '40. 237–241. London, 30. 162. meeting to establish, '29. 240; grant of ground for site of, '30. 262; clearing the ground for, id. 238; progress of the buildings of, '31. 217; the building described, '32. 218, 219; further addition to, and proposed medical school, in, '34. 213. counsel, creation of '36.240. —— County, population of, in 1821 and 1831, 34.90; electors, number of, in, in 1834, 37. 182. Cross, at Battle Bridge, erection and description of, '31. 225, 226. – Inn, Dublin, delivery of published books to, dispensed with, '37. 146. —— Lynn, population and representation of, '33. 69. private road from Fulham to London given to the public, 31. 226.

King’s “Quhair," '32. 59. speeches (William IV.), November 2, 1830, 31.239; abstract of same, “32. 186; June 21, 1831, id. 192; October 20, 1831, id. 195; December 6, 1831, '33. 194; January 29, 1833, 34. 185; August 29, 1833, id. 200; Feb. 4, 1834, 35. 196; August 15, 1834, id. 215; February 24, 1835, '36. 183; February 4, 1836, '37. 186; August 20, 1836, id. 216; January 11, 1837, 38, 198; see also, QUEEN's SPEEches. of Scotland, list of, from from 1004 to 1603, '31.63. Kington, population of '33. 63; Lighting Act, 30.231; Railway, account of '37.89; 41.64. Kinmell Hall, destroyed by fire, '42. 243. Kinross, population of '33. 85. Kinross-shire, population of, and of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831; value of real property in, and its representation, '33. 85; summary of same in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 89; the same in 1841, '42. 108; population of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and increase per cent., id.l 10; electors, number of in, in 1834, 37. 182; houses, number of inhabited, uninhabited, and building, in 1841, '42. 108; occupations of persons in (1831), 35.99; turnpike gates in, rents of in 1833, 1834, and 1835, 37. 178. Kinsale, Cork, population of (1821), ’29. 83; population of, in 1821 and 1831, 34.91; electors, number of, in, in 1834, 37. 182. Kintore, population of, '33. 81. Kintrishi, victory of '30. 261. Kiprenski dies, 38.128. Kirk Langley Allotment Act, '35. 217. Kirkaldy, population and representation of '33. 84; Harbour Improvement Act, 30. 232; fall of the gallery in the church of 29. 240. Kirkby Kendal Tithe Commutation Act, '35. 224.

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Mr. Gally, heard at the bar against the Ecclesiastical Duties and Revenues Bill, 41.211. Mr. R. P., his gift of Greek coins to the British Museum, '34. 183. Knighton, Henry, 31.68; 32.58. — population of, 33.81. Knights, their income, &c., in 1688, '35. 72. Knightsbridge, population of '33. 68+; Church of St. Paul at, first stone of, laid, '4]. 229; same in progress, '42. 206; account of same, id. 210. Kniphausen, lordship of, its extent, population, lord, capital, religion, revenue, and army, in 1828, '29. 70, 71. Knolles, Richard, 31. 72; '32. 59

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Kohler, Von. dies, ’39. 141. Kokoshkin, P., dies, '40. 140. Kolapoor, Rajah of, dies, '40.255. Kolbe, Dr. K. W., dies, '36. 108. Kollman's Railway Locomotive and . Carriage Improvement Company Act, 41. 215. Koniah, battle of, '34, 240. Königsberg, British consul at, amount of his salary (1828), 31. 180 ; bailiwick of, Prussian League, '42. 113; quantity of corn which could be imported from, if a fixed duty were imposed, id. 82; other facts relating to a supply of same from, id. 83, 85, 86. Königshofen, Jacob Won, '31. 68; '32.63+. Koonar, a Hindustani month, 30. 25. Koornhert, Dirk, '31.71; 32.72. Köpfstuck (Bavaria), its value, &c. (1829), '30. 103. Koran, revised by Abubekir, 28. 56. Korassan, Eastern (Herat), its extent, population, capital, religion, revenue, and army, in 1828, '29, 72, 73. Korner, '32.66. Kosciusko, 28.62. Kosmas, 31.66; 32.63. Kostroff, 31.77. Kotriah, defeat of Belochees at, 42. 234. Kotzebue, 31. 76, 77; 32.65. Kranz, Albert, 31.70; '32.64. Krasicki, 31.77; 32.76. Kreutzers (Austria), value, &c. (1829), '30. 102. Kryloff, 31, 79. Kuban, taken by Russia, 28.62. Kulertscha, victory of, '30. 262. Kumbham, a Malabar month, 30. 25. Kurile isles, occupied, '30.96. Kutchuk Kainarji, peace of, '31. 53. Kyak, an Arabic month, '30. 16. Kyan, Mr., his process against the dry-rot, 35. 236. Kyan's Patent Act, 37.218.

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Labaraque, chlorosodiac, solution of, '38. l 13. — M., his discovery of the disinfectants, 28. 179. Labelye, inventor of the caisson method of founding for bridges, '32. 222. Labour, festival of, 30. 20. price of, at various times, from 1725, 34.37, 38; increased value of, since the Poor-law Amendment Act, 39. 131. Labourers, number of, in each county of England, Wales, and Scotland (1831), 35.73–103. in agriculture, number of, in each county of England, Wales, and Scotland (1831), 35. 73, 103; in agriculture in France, proportion to the manufacturing population (1829), 29.86. able-bodied, few enter the union workhouses, '38. 102, 103.

Employment Bill rejected, its nature explained, 35.207. food and clothing of the, particulars relating to, 34. 54— — statute of, 39.63. Labrador discovered, '30.94, 95. La Bruyère, ’31.73; 32.68. Laburnum, the, 28.34; 29.65. Lac, duty on (1832), '33. 191. Lac, dye, quantity exported in 1833 and 1834, 36. 156; import and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, 39. 184; the same, in 1838, '40. 176; the same, in 1839, '41. 183; in 1840, '42. 156. Lace thread, duty on (1829), '30. 204. “ — hosiery, and small wares, exports of, value of, in 1838, '40. 180; the same, in 1839, '41. 187. Lacedaemon, 28.50. Lacedæmonians, expelled Thebes, ’28. 52. Lacepede, M., his opinion that

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mackerel do not migrate, 29. 30. Lach Szmyrna, 32. 76. Lachnaea glauca, 31.41; purpurea, id. ib. Lackey moth, mode of depositing its eggs, '29. 29; unusual abundance of, '30. 40. Lacroix, his observation on the deposit of dew, 31.34, 35. Lactantius, 28. 55; 31. 65; 53. La Disme, Stevinus, decimal fractions, 29. 56. Ladies, motion for their admission to hear debates in the Commons, '37. 200. Ladies' Benevolent Society, "30. 142; Benevolent Institution, Jewish, id. 143; Royal Benevolent Society, id. 145; charity, id. 149; charity school, id. 158; charity school of St. Sepulchre, id. 189; Hibernian Female School Society, id. 158; lying-in charity of St. Andrew, Holborn, id. 142; aid to the Moravian missions, id. 155. Ladrone islands, discovered, 28.59; *30. 94. Lady Banks' camellia, 31. 38. Lady Day, or Annunciation Day, ’28. 10. “Lady Monro,” shipwreck of, ‘35. 253. Lady Owen's school, account and view of, '41. 238,239. “Lady Sherbroke,” wreck of the, '32. 239. Ladye Chapel, Southwark, restoration of, '33. 213. Ladykirk Bridge Act, '39. 211. Lady's-smock, the, 28.34; slipper, the, id. 37. Laennec, his discovery of the stethoscope, 35. 35. Laet, Jasper, his “Prognostication" referred to, and quoted, '40. 28. Lafayette, General, commands the National Guard of Paris, '31. 237; resigns his office of commander-in-chief of National Guard, '32. 235; dies,”35. 258. — Theatre, at New York, burnt, '30, 261.

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Lafont, dies, '36. 108.

La Fontaine, 28.60; '31.73; '32. 68

Lafontaine, A., 32.66. Lagan Bridge Act, 32. 215. Lagerbring, 31.77; 32. 75. Lagerloof, P., 31.71; 32.74. La Grange, 31. 78; 32.69; calculus, ‘29. 60; celestial inequalities, id. 59; his discoveries on the moon's orbit, '34. 9. – and Euler, on acoustics, ’29. 55. La Guayra, consul at, his salary (1828), 31. 182. La Hogue, battle of, 28. 61. Lake, General, his military operations in the Mahratta territories, '32. 42. “Lake Erie” steamer, destroyed by fire, '42. 241. Lakenheath Inclosure, '34. 203. Lalande, J., 32.69; his computation of the effect of the planets on Halley's comet, 33.8; his quotation of Pliny on the subject of the tides, '30. 49; some of his tables used for the Nautical Almanac, '29, 15; reprint of his tables of logarithms noticed, °41. 5; his “Astronomy” referred to, '30. 51. and Clairaut, their calculations on comets, &c., '35. 10, ll. — Michael Jerome, dies, '40. 141. Laleham, rental of the parish of (1829), 29.85. Lally, Count de, his operations in India, ’32. 29. Lamb, Charles, his allusion to No. vember weather, '29. 43; dies, '36. 108. Mr. E. B., architect of the Bull Inn, Great Dover-street, '37. 241; architect of the Infant School, Holloway, id. 236. skins, number of, entered for home consumption, from 1820 to 1828, 30. 213; see further, SKINS. Lambert, 31.66; '32, 63.

Lambertia formosa, ’31. 41. Lambeth, population, &c. of 28. 86, 87; population and representation of, '33. 73; inundated, ’29. 236; Park-road, church in, building, 41.229; Pension Society, 30. 146; Watching, &c., Act, id. 231 ; Water Works Amendment Act, "35. 220; water works, source of supply, number of tenants, and quantity of supply (1829), ‘29. 105; amount and rate of supply, &c., of water, to London (1834), 35. 128. Palace, New, commencement of, 31. 215; completion and description of the buildings at, '33. 215. and Hungerford Suspension Bridge, 37.219. Lambing season, 28. 32; time, id. ib. Lambinus, 31.71; 32.67. Lambs' and sheeps' wool, imports and exports of, in 1835, 37. 167; import and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, 39. 187; the same, in 1838, '40. 179; the same, in 1839, 41. 186; quantity and declared value of, exports of, in 1840, 42. 162; import, home consumption of, and gross duty on, in 1840, id. 159; see further, Wool. Lamarque, General, dies, '33. 230. Lamego, taken by the Portuguese rebels, 28.68. Lamium purpureum, ‘29. 28. Lammas-day, 28. 12. Lamont, Robert, murder of, '30. 263. Lamp without a wick, described, 28. 181, 182. syphon, described, id. 182. Lamp-black, duty on (1829), '30. 202; (1832), 33. 191. Lampadius, Professor, his observation of a luminous shower, "39. 19. Lampeter-pont-Stephen, population of '33. 79. Lampridius, AEl., 31.65; '32. 53. Lanark, population of (1821), ‘29. 83; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33. 85; Gaol Building Act, '34.

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