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gates in, rents of, in 1833, 1834,

and 1835, '37. 178.
Suttee, abolished, '32. 45.
Sutton (Cambridgeshire), Inclosure
Act, '39. 209.

(Lancashire), population of,
'33. 66.

in Ashfield (Nottingham-
shire), population of, '33. 70.

Colfield (Warwickshire), po-
pulation of, '33. 75.

Court Manor (Middlesex),
Building, &c. Act, '35. 224.

Long (Lincolnshire), popu-
lation of, '33. 67.

Pool (Devonshire), Harbour
Act, '33. 211.

Washway, progress of the
works at, '31. 226, 227.

Dr. Manners, Archbishop of
Canterbury, dies, '29. 242.

Mr. Manners, chosen Speaker,

239; '32. 192; announces
his intention to retire from the
Speakership, '33, 206; pension to,
id. ib.; his retirement announced,
id. 231; re-elected Speaker, '34.
185.

Sir C. M., defeated in the
election of Speaker, vindicates
his conduct, '36. 183; created
Viscount Canterbury and Baron
Botesford, id. 241.

- Hon. Mr. Manners, declared
guilty of bribery, '41. 206.
Suwarrow, '28. 62; his campaign,

id. 63.
Svinin, P. P., dies, '40. 141.
Swabia, mountains of, and their

several heights, '33. 43; alpha-
betical index to same, &c., id. 49

-53.
Swaffham, population of, '33. 69.
Swainsona coronillifolia, '31. 43;

galegifolia, id. ib.
Swallow, the, '28. 34, 38; '29. 35;

time of its appearance, '30. 39;
its incubation time, '29. 37; how
driven from houses, id. 38; mi-

gration of, id. 40, 41.
Swallows, submersion of, in winter,

not now believed in, '29. 44, 45;
their power of baffling the pursuit
of the hawk, id. 42, 43; seen
crossing the Mediterranean towards

Africa, '29.45; found in Senegal,

id. ib.
Swammerdam, '31.73; 32. 73.
Swamp magnolia, '29. 66.
Swan River, date of settlement of,

how governed, population, imports
and exports, and tonnage inwards
and outward (1831), '32. 104,
105; settlement, Act for the tem-
porary government of (10 G. IV.
c. 22), '30. 175; settlement, re-
gulated by the Colonial Office,
id. 259; three towns formed at,
'31. 235; population of, on 31st
December, 1834, '36. 182; trade
with : coals, quantity of, exported
to, in 1833, 35. 186; cotton
goods, British, quantity and value
of exports to, in 1833 and 1834,
'36. 169; value of exports of
British produce, &c. to, in 1830,
'33. 80 ; the same, in 1831, '34.
159; of exports to, in 1827, 1830,
1833, 1834, and 1835 ; 37. 160;
in 1836, '38. 174; quantity of
wool imported from, in 1832, '34.
166; value of imports from, and
of exports of home produce, &c.,
and foreign and colonial mer-
chandize to, in 1831, id. 160;
for further trade with, see New
South Wales, the entries of the
trade with which generally in-
clude that with Swan River and

Van Dieman's Land.
Swannington and Leicester Rail.

way Branches Act, '34. 206 ;
Railway, progress of (1831), '32.

account of, '37. 106; 41.
70.
Swansea (Glamorgan), population

of (1821), '29. 82; population
and representation of, '33. 80;
difference of time between, and
London, '31. 22; Branch Bank
of England at, '33. 111; new
market, '29. 181; “Royal Insti-
tution of South Wales” at, ac-
count of, '40. 241, 242; coals,
quantity sent from, in 1837, +39.
192 ; quantity shipped from, in
1839, 41. 193; Gas Light Act,
31. 211; Harbour Improvement
Amendment Act, '37. 225; Water
Act, '38. 210.

235;

Swansey Inclosure Act, '39. 209. and colonial merchandize to, ir
Sweden, extent, population, and mi 1831, '34. 160.

litary and naval force of, and ex Sweden, vessels of, employed in the
tent and population of its colonies foreign trade of the United King.
(1826), 33. 55, 56 ; extent and dom, in 1840, '42. 160.
population of, in 1828, 28. 71;

Slave Trade Treaty Ac
and her colonies, extent, and (1 and 2 Vict. c. 40), '39. 151.
population of, in 1823, id. 74 ;

and Norway, monarchy d
population of, how enumerated, its extent, population, sovereigs,
40. 105, 106; increase of in capital, religion, revenue, debt
habitants in, 29. 77; number of army, and navy, in 1828, '29.72
Jews in (1829), '30. 100; Lu 73; population and sovereign of
theranism in, '28. 59; gold and (1836), '36. 107; proportion of
silver coins of, their names, value, its navy to its population (1829)
weight, alloy, and value in Eng 30. 100.
lish money (1829), '30. 109; Swedish authors, list of, and of
chronological table of the mo their principal works, from A.D.
narchs of, from the year 825 to 1400 to A.D. 1800, '32. 74, 75.
1828, 29. 47—54; revolution in,

India Company formed,
28. 64; Diet of, opened, *29. '32. 27.
216 ; prosperity of, *31. 235 ;

literary chronology, 31
motion for a request to the queen 74, 75.
of, concerning her religion, ne-

- period of the Thirty Years
gatived in the Chamber of Nobles, War, *31. 47.
'30. 264; ravages of cholera in, Sweet bay, '29.65 ; fern bush, id.64.
'35. 261; "History of," '32. 74 ;

pea, the, 28. 36.
consuls to, and the ports at which

William, the, '28. 36; re
they are employed, and their sa markable specimen of, '30. 43.
laries (1828), '31. 180; TRADE - wood, foreign, duty on (1836),
with : coals, quantity of, exported 37. 128.
to, in 1833, 35. 186 ; cotton --- scented epacris, '31. 39; gel.
goods, British, quantity and value semium, id. 40; Hakea, id. ib.
of exports to, in 1833 and 1834, Sweets and mead, amount produced
'36. 169; in 1838, '40. 182; by duties on, in 1827, '29. 187;
quantity of rum exported to, in sweets, duty on (1829), '30. 205;
1829, '31. 186 ; in 1831, '33. and mead, quantity of, charged
183; wool and woollens, British, with duty in the years ending 5th
value of, exported to, in 1832, April, 1831 and 1832, '33. 181;
'31. 166 ; value of exports to, in sweets, quantity of, charged with
1828, '31. 177 ; value of exports duty, and amount of duty on, in
of British produce, &c. to, in 1333, '35. 183; in 1834, 36.
1830, '33. 179; exports to (1831), 160; sweets, &c., duty on, quan-
31. 158; in 1827, 1830, 1833, tity charged with, and ainount
1931, and 1835, '37. 159; in collected (1838), '40, 173.
1836, '38. 173; in 1836 and Swellings, produced by excessive
1837, '39. 189; in 1838, 40. spirit-drinking, '29. 123.
181; in 1839, '41. 188; in 1840, Sweno, '31. 69.
'42. 163; bones, imports from, in Swieten, G. van, '32. 73.
1837, '39. 193; copper, quantity Swift, the, '28. 34.
of, imported from, in 1833, '35. Swift, Jonathan, '28. 61; 31. 74;
179; wool, import of, from, and 32. 61.
value of exports of British woollens Swine, number of, imported from
to, in 1833, id. 176, 177; value Ireland, in 1801 and 1825, '34.
of imports from, and of exports 162; exports of, from Ireland, in
of home produce, &c., and foreign 1825 and 1835, '39. 188.

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Swineshead, Roger, '37. 22.

Sylvester, Mr. Charles, his filtering
Swingfield Minnis Inclosure Act, apparatus at the Liverpool baths,
'41. 214.

30. 239.
Swinton, John, '31. 74: '32. 61. Sylvia atricapilla, '29. 38; cinerea,
Swiss Confederation, its extent, po id. ib.; regulus, id. 35; salicaria,

pulation, landman, capital, re id. 38 ; troglodytes, id. 32.
ligion, revenue, and army, in Sylvius, Æn., '32, 55.
1828, '29. 70, 71; Confederation Symbols for quantities, Vieta, '29.
acknowledged, '31. 48; Diet 55.
opened, id. 236.

Symington, Mr., his model of a
society, '30. 152.

steam-carriage, '37. 82.
Switzerland, extent, population, and Symmachus, '28. 54 ; '31.65 ; '32.

military force of (1827), '33. 55; 53.
population of (1836), '36. 107; Symonds, Mr. Jellinger, his “ Arts
increase of inhabitants in, 29. and Artizans at Home and
78; number of Jews in (1829), Abroad," referred to, '40. 45,
'30. 100; gold and silver coins 46.
of, their names, value, weight, Synagogue, Great St. Helens, ac-
alloy, and value, in English count of, '39. 223—225.
money (1829), id. 109; part of Syncellus, '31. 66,
the German empire, :28. 57; in-

“ History,” '32. 50.
vaded by France, '31. 54; go Synesius, '31. 65; '32. 50.
vernment of, dissolved, '40. 260. Syngenesia, '29. 36.

and France, misunder “ Synonymes,” '32. 69.
standing between, '37. 256; ar Syphon lamp, described, 28. 182.
ranged, id, ib. ; matters relating Syracuse, founded, '28. 50; taken,
to, '40. 252.

id. 52.
and Mexico, commer Syria, conquered by Alexander, '28.
cial treaty between, '34. 240. 52; conquered by the Turks, id.
Swords, population of, in 1821 and 59; victories of Ibrahim Pacha,
1831, 34. 89.

in, '33. 231; insurrection in, '35.
Sworn clerks in the Exchequer, abo. 259; earthquake in, '38. 243 ;
lished, '34. 144.

insurrection in, '41. 254; re-
Sycamore tree, the, '28. 40; '29. newed, id. 256; ports of, block-

41; time of its being in leaf, '30. aded, id. ib. ; disturbed state of,
39; change of its structure in '42. 239; value of exports of
different soils, id. 40.

British and Irish produce, &c., to,
Sydenham, T., '31. 72; '32. 60; in 1836, '38. 174; in 1836 and
his remarks on the variation of 1837, 239. 190 ; in 1838, 40.
epidemics, '39. 25.

181; in 1839, '41. 188; and Pa-
Lord, proclaims the lestine, cotton goods, British,
union of the Canadas, '42. 236 ; quantity and value of, exports to,
he dies, id. 243.

in 1838, 40. 182; value of ex-
Sydney, Algernon, '32. 60.

ports of British, &c, manufac-
Sykelhouse Road Act, '39. 213. tures, &c., to, in 1840, '42. 163.
Sylberg, Fred., '31. 70; '32. 64. Syrian war with the Romans, '28.
Sylla, Dictator, '28. 53; resigns,
id. ib.

Syringa, '29. 66.
Sylva,” '32. 60.

Sze, a Chinese horary character, '30.
Sylva, A. Minhes da, '32. 71.

28; a chinese division of the day,
Sylvester, '31. 67; '32. 76.

31. 9.
II., '37. 22.

Szmyrna, '31. 79.
Mr., his warm-air åp-
paratus at the Post office, '30.
234.

53.

Y

T.

Tabernacles, feast of, '28. 14.
Table to find the day of the week

for any given date, from 5000
B.C. to A.D. 2700, '31. 32, 33.

of value of life annuity, 28.
128.
“ Tables formed by theory alone,”
meaning of the phrase, ?34. 9, 10.

astronomical, Ptolemy, *29.
58.

on which government an-
nuities are calculated, delivered

free of charge, '32. 92.
Tabrizi, '32. 78.
Tacamahac poplar, '29. 66.
Tacitus, '28.54; '31. 65; '32. 53.
Tadcaster and Halton Dial Road

Act, '41. 219.
Taff Vale Railway Act, '37. 222;

Amendment Act, '41. 221; rail-
way, partial opening of, id. 97;
railway, particulars of, id. 76;
its total length and extent opened
since November, 1840, 42. 56 ;
particulars relating to the same,

and its branches, id. 60, 61.
Taffeties, import and export of, in

1833 and 1834, '36. 170.
Tagus, English fleet in the, '28. 68 ;

British fleet sent to the, '32. 237;
passage of the, forced by the

French fleet, id. 239.
Tahsas, an Abyssinian month, '30.

13.
Tailors of London, strike among,

'35. 258.
Tain, population of, '33. 87.
Taipa, Count, takes refuge on board

an English ship, '35. 252.
“ Taking out a character” (Excise),

what it is, '38. 87.
Talaro (Ragusa), its value, &c.

(1829), '30. 107; half ditto ditto,
id. ib. ; (Venice), its value, &c.

(1829), id. 110.
Talavera, battle of, *28. 64.
Talfourd, Mr. Serjeant, his Copy-

right Bill, '38. 203; first read-
ing of new Bill, '42. 173; same
lost on the second reading, id.

174.
Tall Oxylobium, '31. 42.

Talleyrand, Prince de, dies, '39.

141, 250.
Tallow, population of, in 1821 and
1831, 34. 91.

duty on (1829), '30. 200;
in 1830, 1831, and 1832, 34.
164; produce of additional duties
on (1840 and 1841), '42. 153;
Petersburg, price of, from 1813 to
1831, '34. 182; price of, in Lon.
don, in 1834, '36. 178; value of,
imported in 1827, '28. 167; quan-
tity imported, from 1824 to 1828,
29. 191 ; import and home con-
sumption of, in 1828, '31. 175;
in 1830, '32. 179; '33. 178; in
1831, '34. 156 ; quantity of, im-
ported in 1833 and 1834, '36.
171 ; import and home consump-
tion of, in 1834 and 1835, 37.
169; foreign, home consumption
of, and duty on, in 1836, 38.
179; imports of, value of, in
1834 and 1835, '37. 163; import
and home consumption of, and
duty on, in 1837, 39. 186; the
same in 1838, '40. 178; the same
in 1839, 41. 185; the same in
1840, '42. 158.

and candles, amount of
duty on, in 1830, 1831, and 1832,
'34. 164 ; produce of additional
duties on (1840 and 1841), '42.

153.
Tally or other valuable security,

stealing of, punishment for, '28.
131 ; law relating to same,

altered,
'38. 162.
Talma, dies, '28. 68.
“ Talmud of Jerusalem," the, '32.

46.
Talookdars, what they were, '33.

92.
Tam, '31. 68; '32. 47.
Tamarind-leaved schotia, '31. 43.
Tamarinds, duty on (1829), '30.

205.
Tamerlane, the Mogul conqueror,

28. 58; defeated, id. ib.; his
death, id. ib.

“Life of,” '32. 79.
Tampico, capture of, '30. 263 ; vice-

consul at, his salary (1828), '31.

182.
Tamus, a Syrian month, '30. 17.

Tamworth, population and represen *39. 32; remedy against the poi-

tation of, '33. 72; petition from, sonous effects of, '28. 117.
remarks in the House of Com Tartaric acid, duty on (1832), '33.
mons, and on Sir James Graham's 193; remedy against the poison-

conduct concerning, '42. 188, 189. ous effects of, '28. 117.
Tanagra, battle of, '28. 51.

Tartars, overcome in Russia, '28.
Tanganrog, vice-consul at, his salary 58; their mode of computing
(1818), '31. 180.

time, '30. 6.
Tangier, vice-consul at, his salary

“History of the,” '32. 79.
(1828), '31. 183.

Tasso, Bernardo, :31. 70; '32. 55.
Tanjore taken by the English, '32. Torquato, '31. 70; '32. 56;

28, 32; rajah of, dethroned, id. death of, '28. 59.
32; restored, id. 33; yields his “ Translation of,” '32. 60,
power to the English, id. 41.

73.
Taou-kwang, emperor of China, '30. Tassoni, A., '31. 72; '32. 56.
28.

Tate, Christopher, dies, '42. 124.
Taper, burning of, as a measure of Mr., his “System of London
time by king Alfred, '31. 5.

Bankers' Clearances” referred to
Tapes, small wares, &c., exports of, and quoted,” '42. 170.

quantities and declared value of, Tatischeff, V., '31. 75 ; '32. 76.
in 1838, 40. 180; the same in Tattersall, Mr. G., architect of Lady
1839, '41. 187.

Owen's school, '41. 238.
Tapioca, duty on (1829), '30. 205; Tattershall, Mr. Richard, architect
(1832), '33. 193.

of Dukinfield new Presbyterian
Tar, duty on (1829), '30. 200; im (Unitarian) chapel, '40. 235.

port and home consumption of, Taubman, Fr., '31. 70; *32. 64.
in 1828, '31, 175; in 1830, '32. Tauler, John, '31.68; '32 63.
179; '33. 178; in 1831, '34. 156; Taunton, Sir William, dies, '36.240.
import and home consumption of,

population of (1821), '29.
and duty on, in 1837, :39. 186; 82; population and representation
the same in 1838, 40. 178; the of, '33. 72; difference of time
same in 1839, '41. 185; the same between, and London, '31. 19;
in 1840, '42. 158.

Market Acts, '34. 204; '41. 217;
Tarbet to Glenfalloch, road from, Roads Repairing Act, id. 219.
progress of, '31. 229.

and Bridgewater Canal
Tardebigg, population of, '33, 76. Amendment-Act, '33. 211.
Tardieu, dies, '39. 141.

Taunus-gebirge mountains, and their
“ Targum," the, '32. 46.

several heights, '33. 44; alpha-
Tariff of import duties of the United betical index to same, &c., id. 49
States, '34.94–102.

-53.
Tariffs, English and French, '35. Tauric mountains, and their several
104-112.

heights, '33. 45 ; alphabetical
Tarik, '28. 56.

index to same, &c., id. 49–53.
Tarins (twelve), (Sicily), value of, Tavistock, population of (1821), '29.
&c. (1829), '30. 108.

82; population and representation
Tarras, duty on (1829), '30. 202. of, '33.61 ; Small Debts Act, '41.
Tartaglia, '32. 55; gunnery, '29. 218.
60.

Taw Vale Railway and Dock Act,
Tartalea of Brescia, cubic equa '39. 215; Railway and Dock,
tions, '29. 55.

particulars of, '41. 80.
Tartar dynasty of China, from 1616 Taxation, amount of, of Austria,
to 1829, '30. 28.

Papal dominions, and Prussia,
Tartar emetic, resembles magnesia, compared with the poor rates

28. 117; quantities that may be levied in England and Wales, in
administered in particular cases, 1831 '35. 190, 191.

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