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and amount of same, in 1834, 162; the same, in 1835, 1836, '36. 160; in 1836, '33. 181; and 1837, '39. 183. duty on, amount of, in 1837, '39. Parasurama, era of, '30. 26. 177 ; same, and quantity charged Parattasy, a Malabar month, 30, in 1838, '40. 173 ; produce of 25. additional duties on, 1840 and Parchment, duty on (1829), '30. 1841, '42. 153.

202. Paper, brown, duty on (1829), '30. Pardon, free and conditional, effect 200.

of, '28. 130; of penalties not due Duties Act (6 and 7 W. IV. to the Crown may be given, id. c. 52), 37. 123, 124; Act con 141. solidating Acts relating to, and Parent-Duchâtelet, his early appli. granting duties (2 and 3 Vict. c. cation of arithmetic to medicine, 23), '40. 146.

'39. 25.
makers, regulations as to,'40. Parez, Louis, dies, '38. 128.

Parga, '28. 63.
money, who authorized to

Paris, besieged by the Normans, '28. issue (1833), '33. 105 ; see fur 56; population of, in 1826, id. ther, FINANCE, BANK OF ENG 89; entered by the allies, id. LAND, &c.

64; number of English resident mulberry, '29. 64.

in, in 1829, '30. 217; cholera Papias, '31. 66 ; '32. 54.

morbus at, '33. 229; combina. Papilio cardui, remarkable swarms tion of workmen in, '34. 249; of, '30. 38.

convention of, 31. 59; convenPapinian, 28. 54.

tions of, id. 60; disturbance at Para, vice-consul at, his salary the Opera, '41. 255; fortification (1828), '31. 182.

of, ordered, id. ib.; credit fur, '42. coin (Turkey), its value, &c. 234; extent of, determined on, (1839), '30. 110.

id. ib.; debates on, closed, id. Parabola, projectiles, Galileo, *29. 236; partial outbreak at, '35. 60.

257; peace of, '28. 62 ; '31. 52, Paracelsus, '31. 70; '32. 64.

56*, 57, 59, 60; riots in, id. 239; Parachute, 29. 55; accident, Mr. '32. 236; riots at Lamarque's Cocking killed, '38. 246.

funeral, '33. 230; further riots “ Paradise Lost,” '32. 60.

at, '40. 258; strikes at, '41. 255; Paradoxical Velleia, '31. 43.

the city surrendered, '28. 64; Paragrêles, or hail-rods, '30. 88, 31. 59; treaty of, id, 54, 58. 89.

British consul at, his salary Paragua tea, '29. 67.

(1828), '31. 181. Paraguay, extent and population of, University, '28. 57; regula

in 1828, 28. 73; directorate of, tions of, '29. 240.
its extent, population, director, Jean de, '31. 69; '32. 67.
capital, religion, revenue, army, Matthew, '32.58.
and
navy, '29. 74, 75.

and St. Cloud Railway, opened, Parallax, 28. 92 ; of the sun, '29. 40, 252. 59.

and St. Germains Railroad, Paralysis, deaths from, within the

opened, '38, 249. Bills of Mortality, in 1827, '29. and Versailles Railway, opened, 110.

'40. 260. Paras, explanation of, '30. 30. Parish registers in England, '28. Parasitical plants and animals at 59; account of their origin in

tack sickly plants and animals, England, '37. 63. 29. 40.

Parishes, their ancient responsibility Parasols and umbrellas, exports of, for the escape of thieves, '40.

value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 121 ; power to order the cleansing

of, '40. 161; apportionment of the spiritual duties of, Act for, in certain cases (2 and 3 Vict. c. 30), id. 149; in the metropolis, number of persons, houses, &c, in the, '28. 86, 87; number of, in the several counties of England, id. 78; number of, in each diocese in England (1834), '35. 125; number of, in the several counties of Scotland, '28. 80; of England, not having schools, in 1818, *29. 93; population of

same, in 1821, id. ib. Park, Sir James Allan, dies, '40. 255.

Mungo, begins his travels, '28. 63.

Thomas, dies, '36. 108.

Hyde, draining and improve. ments in, new gates and bridge over the Serpentine, '28. 173.

St. James's, ornamental walks laid out in, '28. 173.

at the east end of London sug. gested by Mr. Farr (1838), '40. 45.

Lancaster, see LANCASTER.

road, Lambeth, church at, finished, '42. 206.

street, Bankside, St. Peter's Church, account and view of, and of the parsonage house and schools,

'40. 228, 229. Parkhurst Prison, Act for establish

ing, for young offenders (1 and 2

Vict. c. 82), '39. 160, 161. Parke, Henry, dies, '36. 108. Parliament, Act of, when it comes into operation, '35. 164.

account of the number of Acts of, passed from 1806 to 1831, length of each session, and numbers of members present on various occasions, '34. 176.

chronicle of the session of (1828), *29. 201—215; of 1829, '30. 218–228; of (11 G. IV. and i w. IV.) 1830, '31. 198–209; of (1 W. IV.) 1830, '32. 186–192 ; of (1 and 2 W. IV.) 1831, id. 192, 195; of (3 W. IV.) 1831, 1832, '33. 194— 207; of (4 W. IV.) 1833, '34. 185--200; of (4 and 5 W. IV.)

1834, '35. 196—215; of (5 and 6 W. IV.) 1835, '36. 183—204; of (6 and 7 W. IV.) 1836, '37. 186-216; of (W. IV. and 1 Vict.) 1837, 38. 198—206; of (1 and 2 Vict.) 1837 and 1838, 39. 198—207; of (2 and 3 Vict.) 1839, '40. 196--210; of (3 and 4 Vict.) 1840, '41 199—212; of (4 and 5 Vict.) 1841, '42. 172185; of session (5 Vict.) 1841, id.

185—189, Parliament, houses of, destroyed by

fire, '35. 261, 262; ground plan of, showing the extent of the damage, id. 250, 251; temporary houses or, account of, '36. 227, 228; new houses of, account of the progress of, and intended plan of, &c., '42. 216, 217; strike of the masons at, id. 242, 243.

members of, summons of attachment against, '28. 156; Act amending laws relating to the qualification of (1 and 2 Vict. c. 48), '39. 152.

motion for the holding of, occasionally in Ireland, '36. 194.

petitions relating to, presented in the session of 1834, their particular objects and number of signatures, '35. 224; in session 1835, '36.212; in session 1836, '37. 226; in session 1837, '38. 215; in session 1837–38, '39. 216 ; in session 1839, '40. 219; in session 1840, '41. 223; in session of 1841, '42. 198, 199.

salaries and expenses of the Houses of, and of the printer, in 1834, 1835, and 1836, '37. 152.

“History of," :32.60.

in France, '28. 57. Parliamentary documents, see AB

STRACT.

divisions, list of, see Commons, House of.

-explanations, '28. 69.

grants to Ireland, since the Union, to 1833, '35. 195.

papers, Act to give summary protection to persons employed in the publication of (3 Vict. c. 9), '41. 139, 140.

Parliamentary surveys, account of, tion for the, '31.53; the partition 30. 124, 125.

of, id. 54. Parma, duchy of, its extent, popula- Partridge, John, his “Merlinus Li

tion, duchess, capital, religion, beratus," '29. 10. revenue, debt, and army, in 1828, Partridge shooting season,

28. 38. 29. 72, 73; population and sove Party processions in Ireland, debates reigu of (1836), '36. 107; gold on Bill to prevent, '33. 204. and silver coins of, their names, Parus caudatus, '29. 35. value, weight, alloy, and value in Paruta, P., '31. 70; 32. 56. English money (1829), '30. 106; ascal, B., '31. 73 ; '32. 68; atmoyielded to France, '31.55; vested spheric pressure, '29. 61; hydroin Maria Louisa, itd. 59; earth statical press, id. ib.; pressure of quakes at, '33. 229; '35. 255. air, id. 60.

and Placentia, extent, popu. Paschasius, Radbert, '32. 66. lation, and military force of, in “Pasha" steam-ship launched, '35. 1828, 28. 71; extent, population, 258; its size, &c., id, ib. and military force of (1831), '33. Pashons, a Coptic month, '30. 16. 54.

Paskewitsch, General, captures OurParmenides, '28. 51; stability of the mia, '29. 234. earth, '29. 58.

Passage, West, population of, in Parnassia palustris, '29. 38.

1821 and 1831, '34. 91. Parnell, Sir Henry, his motion on Passage and Cork Railway Act, '38.

the civil list, '31. 240; for com 213; Railway, particulars of, '41. mittee on public accounts, '32. 80. 190 ; his motion for a committee

vessels to North America on the civil list, id. 187; and Mr. regulated (9 G. IV. c. 21), '29. H. Berens, their report on the ex 148. cise inquiry, '38. 89—93; he is Passages, evacuated by the British created Baron Congleton,'42.241. auxiliaries, '41. 254.

Thomas, '31. 74; 32. 60. Passarowitz, peace of, '31. 50. Parochial assessments, Act to regu. Passan, treaty of, '28. 59; 31. 46 ;

late (6 and 7 W.IV. c. 96), '37. confirmed, '28. 60. 143; registers in England, 28. Passenger pigeon, its swiftness of 59; schools of Scotland, number flying ascertained by M. Auduof, and of scholars in, in 1818, '29. bon, '29. 40. 944.

Passengers by railway, see RailParr, Dr., '31. 76 ; '32. 62. Parrett Navigation and Canal Act,

in vessels from the United '37.224; Navigation Further Act, Kingdom, Act relating to (5 and 40. 218.

6 W. IV. c. 53), '36. 126. Parricides, number of executions for, Passenia filiformis, '31. 42.

in France (1826), '29. 89. Passeroni, '31. 76. Parry, Captain, sails ou the northern “ Passetyme of Pleasure,” '32. 59.

expedition, '28. 69; returns, id. Passiflora aurantia, '31. 12; cærulea, 70.

'29, 66. Parsees in India, their commence Passion-flower, the, 28. 38; comment of the year, '30. 18, 19.

mon, '29. 66 ; orange, '31. 42. Parsley, fool's, poisonous properties Passover, the, '28. 14; morrow of,

of, and remedies against, *28. 122. id, ib. Partington, Mr., his observations on Pasteboard, duty on (1829), '31. Mr. F. Lear's improved pump,

202, 203; duty on, 40.146; 28. 184.

quantity charged with duty, and Partition, first treaty of, '31. 49; amount of same, in 1834, 36. second treaty of, id. ib.

160; quantity of, and amount of of Poland, secret conyen duty on, in 1836, 38. 181.

WAYS.

STREET.

“ Pastor Fido,” Il, '32, 56.

Pauperism, progress of, in the Patagonia, &c., extent and popu United States, '34. 67.

lation of, in 1828, '28.73. Paupers, number of, relieved in Patcham tunnel, on the Brighton England and Wales in 1839 and railway, account of, '42. 69.

1840, and proportion per cent. to Patent Rolling and Compressing the population, '42. 168; the pro

Iron Company's Act, '42. 192. portion per cent. of same in each Patents for inventions, dissertation county, id. ib. 169.

on the law of, '30. 122–130 ; Pausanius, *31. 65; '32. 49. mode of taking out, id. 122, Pavement, wood, see OXFORD123; committee on, appointed, in the Commons, id. 223; Act Pavements for

foot passengers, to amend the law of (5 and 6 W. widening of, in several parts of IV. c. 83), '36. 145 ; law of, re London, '31. 216. marks on, id. 80–89; explana- | Pavia, a republic, '28. 56. tion of Act 5 & 6 W. IV. c. 82, Pavon, '31.77; '32. 72. id. 82; number of, granted in Pawnbrokers, delivering up by, of England, in various years, from goods illegally pawned, '40, 160; 1675 to 1826, '30. 130; list of, not to take pledges from parties from January to October, 1828, under the age of sixteen, id, 29. 230-233; number, and de 154; number of, and amount of scription of, sealed, from January duty paid for licenses in England, to November, 1829, '30. 255— from 1826 to 1830, '31. 197. 259; oaths on taking out, abo. Paymaster-General, Lord John Ruslished, '36. 128; infringement of, sell, '31. 240. costs in actions for, how regu

Office Consoli. lated, and treble costs, id. 145. dation Act (5 and 6 W. IV. c.

- Clerk of the, office abolished, 35), '36, 121. '34. 175.

Payni, a Coptic month, '30. 16. for offices in colonies not to Pazar ertesi, a Turkish day, '30. determine on demise of the Crown 21; gun, a Turkish day, id. ib. (1-W. IV. c. 4), '32. 137. Peace, Society for the promotion of in America, '30. 125.

permanent and universal, '30. in France, '30. 127.

152. Patersonia sericea, '31. 42.

Preservation (Ireland) Act “ Pathway of Knowledge,” by Robert (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 48), '36. 124,

Recorde, account of, '37. 31, 34. 125. Patna, taken by Mr. Ellis, '32. 30. of religion, '31. 46; in Europe, Patras, surrender of, '29. 245.

28. 64 ; with France, id. 63; bePatriarch killed at Constantinople, tween Colombia and Peru, '30. 28. 65.

260; between England and AlPaul, population of, '33. 59.

giers, '28. 66; between England, Paul, the Emperor, seizes British America, France, Spain, and Holvessels, '31. 55.

land, id. 62; between Naples and “ Paul and Virginia,” '32. 69.

Tripoli, '29. 245; between Peru Paulin, Petrocorius, '32. 53.

and Bolivia, id. 241; between Pauper colonies in Holland, '29. 13). Philip and the Romans, '28. 53;

Lunatic Asylum, voted in between Russia and Persia, '29. Middlesex, '30, 262.

235; between Russia and Turkey, lunatics and idiots in Eng '30. 264. land and Wales, number of, and Peach, the, '28.38; tree, '29. 64, 68. where confined, and expenses of Peach-blossom, the, '28. 33. same, and proportion they bear to Peacock, Gazania, '31. 40. the whole population of each Peak Forest Railways, particulars county, in 1837, '38. 193.

of, '41, 64.

Pear, the, '28. 38; snowy, '29. 66. Pear-fruited Xylomelu'm, '31. 43. Pearce, Mr., committed by the

House of Commons, '41. 202; he

is discharged, id. 206. Pearl-flowered beath, '31. 39. Pearson, J., '32. 60. Pearson, his tables used for the Nau

tical Almanac, '29. 15. Peas, time of sowing, .28. 32; see

also, Grain. Pease, average price of, in 1833, '35.

181; import and home consumption of, and gross duty on, in 1840,'42. 156 ; quantity imported and entered for home cousumption, from July 1828 to June 1811, 42. 92.

Mr., a Quaker, claims his seat, committee appointed, '34. 186 ; report that he is entitled,

id. ib.; takes his seat, id. 187. Peccam, John, '37. 22; his works,

id. 24. Peckham, John, 31. 68; '32. 58.

church at, interded, '39. 220; completed, '42. 206. Pedraza, president of Mexico, 29.

243. Pedro, Don, grants a charter to

Portugal, '28. 67; abdicates Portugal in favour of Donna Maria, id. ib. ; '29. 235; Emperor of Brazil, '28. 65; opens the Legislative Assembly of Brazil, '31. 236; abdicates the throne of Brazil, '32. 237; takes possession of Terceira for Douna Maria, '33. 229; his expedition against Don Miguel, id. 230; he is publicly insulted, -35. 258; resigns the regency of Portugal, id. 261 ; dies, id. ib.

IV., of Aragon, abolishes the era of the Cæsars, '30. 18. Peebles, population of, *33. 86; Sta.

tute Labour Act, '31. 211; dinner at, given to Messrs. W. and

R. Chambers, '42. 241. Peeblesshire, population of, and of

the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831, value of real property in, and its representation, 33. 86; 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. 110; electors, number of, in, in 1836, '37. 183; houses, number of, inhabited, uninhabited, and building, in 1841, '42. 108; occupations of persons iu (1831), *35. 101; turnpike trusts, their extent and income in (1834), id. 193; gates in, rents of, in 1833, 1834, and 1835, 37.

178. Peel, Mr., Home Secretary, 29.

234; his bills for altering the criminal law, '28. 69; dinner to, at Manchester, *29. 245; resigns his seat for Oxford University, '30. 260.

Sir Robert, his letter declining the king's visit to the city, '31. 240; resigns office, id. ib. ; motion for an address for his removal from the Privy Council, '34. 193; appointed Premier, '36. 238, 239; he resigns, id. 191, 192; elected Lord Rector of Glasgow University, '38. 213; attempts to form a ministry, declines the commission, '40. 258; his statement relating to his attempt to form a ministry, id. 202; dinuers to, at Merchant Taylors' Hall, '36. 244; '39. 249; dinner to, at Tamworth, '36. 248; his speech on education, in the Commons, '42. 178; his announcement of a resolution against ministers, id. 183; same carried, id. ib.; forms a new administration, id. 242; his postponement of the measures of his government de

bated, id. 186, 187. Peel-Wellington administration, '36.

239. Peer, an Indian day, '30. 21. Peerage, hereditary, abolished in

France, '33. 228. Peers of parliament, not entitled to

benefit of clergy (4 Vict. c. 22),

'42, 127. Peishwa, his authority, '32. 28† ;

assigns a portion of his territory

to the English, id. 41. Pelago, '28. 56.

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