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Commodus, '28. 54. Common appearance, when to be entered, '28. 156.

bail, when to be put in, '28. 156.

jasmine, '29. 65.

lands, Act to facilitate the exchange of (4W. IV. c. 30), '35. 136, 137; power of granting, in certain cases, without the consent of the homage, '42. 137.

Law Commission appointed, *29. 236; courts, fees in, regulated (1 W. IV. c. 58), '31. 153; abolition of offices in, and establishment of others, Act for (7 W. IV. & 1 Vict. c. 30), 38. 139, 140.

Pleas, Court of, expenses of, in 1836, '38. 187.

Pleas, Lancaster, regulated (1 W. IV. c. 7), '32. 137,

138. Commons, House of, largest num

ber of members of, present on divisions, from 1806 to 1831, '34. 176.

list of the first reformed (1833), '33. 234—243. “ Commutation Act,” the, '31. 124;

passed, '31. 124; 32. 37. Commutation of sentences, and for

what punishments, in England

and Wales, in 1834, '36. 45. Comoid cirrhus cloud, '30.80 ; fore

bodes rain, id. 84. Compact, the Family, '31, 52. Companies' private Bills (1831), 34. 214.

Act for enabling the Crown to grant the privilege of suing and being sued by their officer or officers (4 & 5 W. IV.

c. 94), '35. 162, 163. Comparative amount of crime in

England and France (1826), '29. 88–90,

Chronological Table of European monarchs, from the time of Egbert the Great of England, from the year 800 to 1828, 29. 47—54; of the smaller European States, from 1699 to 1828, id. 54; of the sovereigns of the

smaller European States, from

1699 to 1828, '29. 54. Comparative classification of peti

tions and private Bills, in 1825, 1826, and 1827, 28. 161; for four years, from 1825 to 1828, 29. 179; for five years, from 1825 to 1829, '30. 230; for six years, from 1825 to 1830, '31. 209; for seven years, from 1825 to 1831, '32. 213 ; for eight years, from 1825 to 1832, '33. 208.

of private Bills for nine years, from 1825 to 1833, '34. 201; for ten years, from 1825 to 1834, '35. 216; for ten years, from 1826 to 1835, '36. 205; for ten years, from 1827 to 1836, '37. 216; for ten years, from 1828 to 1837, 38. 207; for ten years, from 1829 to 1837-8, '39. 208; for ten years, from 1830 to 1839, '40. 210; for ten years, from 1831 to 1840, '41. 213.

estimate of the amount of animate and inanimate force applied to agriculture and the arts, in France and Great Britain, 29. 86.

scales of thermometers, 30. 90–92.

statement of the ages of persons in Great Britain in 1821,

'28. 82. Compass, deviation of, Barlow, '29.

62; variation of, discovered, '28. 59; variation of, Columbus, '29. 62.

mariners', first mentioned, 28. 57. “Compendium of the Talmud," '32.

47. Compensating pendulum, the, de

scribed, '42. 28. Compensation, for hurt or damage, power to award, '40. 155.

for slaves in the British Colonies, total amount and average rate of, '39. 191.

to Welsh Judges and Chief Justice of Chester (1 W. IV. c. 70), '31. 165.

balance for chronometers invented by Le Roy, '42. 44; the same described, id. 43.

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“Complete English Tradesman,"

by Defoe, extract from, '29. 142. “Complete Navigator," referred to,

'30. 52. Composition, definition and sign of,

28. 105. Composition duty, net produce of,

1829, 30. 206; amount of in 1837, '39. 178, 179; same in 1838, '40. 173; produce of the addi.

tional (1840 and 1841), '42. 153. Compost, making of, in Holland,

29. 133, 134. Compounding felony, punishment

for, '28. 139. Compton Vallence, St. Peter's

Church at, account of, ʼ40. 228. Comptonia asplenifolia, *29. 64. Computation of time of commence

ment of the year altered in 1752,

'28. 3. Concealing childbirth, punishment

for (9 G. IV. c. 31), '29. 151. Conception (Chili), consul at, his

salary (1828), '31. 183.
Conchis de (William Shelley), '37.

22; his travels, id. 23.
Concise view of the properties and

constitution of the atmosphere,

'30. 68-89. Concordat, the,'31.55; at Fontaine

bleau, '31. 58.
Condé, '31. 77; José Antonio, '32.

72.
Condillac, '31.77.
Condorcet, '31. 77.
Conduriotti,

one of the presidents of
Greece, '28. 66.
Coney or hare, punishment for kill-

ing or taking, '28. 131. See fur

ther GAME Act.
CONEY SKINS. See FURS.
Confederation, Germanic, '31. 53 ;

when formed, '29. 53t; number
of Jews in the States of the (1829),
'30. 100.

of the Rhine, "28. 63; when formed, '29. 53 t; '31. Conference of London, decision of,

on the Belgian aud Dutch ques

tion, '40. 256. Confession of

a prisoner under Espiritual terror held good evi

dence against him, '29. 238.

Confidence, vote of want of, in

ministers, rejected, '41. 201 ; vote of want of, debated, division on

same, '42. 183. Configliachi, Signor, his remark of

the recurrence daily of thunderstorms, '39. 17, 18. Conflans, treaty of, '31, 44. Confucius, '31. 64. Congleton, population of (1821),

29. 81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33. 58; Gas Light Act, '34. 206.

Baron, Sir Henry Parnell created, '42. 241. Congo discovered, '30. 93. Congregational fund, '39. 147.

school for children of Protestant Dissenters, '30. 156. Congress of America, '28. 62; of

twelve provinces of America, id. ib.; of Chatillon, '31. 58; of Carlsbad, id. 60; of Laybach, id. ib.; at Munchen-Gratz between the Emperors of Austria and Russia, '34. 247; at Philadelphia, 31. 53; of Radstadt, id, 54; at Soissons, id. 51; of Troppau, id. 60; of the United States, its powers, &c. described, '32. 109 -113; restrictions on its powers, id. 112, 113; of Verona, '31. 60;

of Vienna, '28. 64. Congreve, W., '31. 74 ; '32. 61.

Sir William, death of, '29. 238. Conic sections, Menæchmus, 29. 60. Conium maculatum, poisonous pro

perties of, and remedies against,

28. 120. “Connaissance de Tems," for 1833,

referred to, '33. 24. Connaught, population of, in 1821

and 1831, 31. 92. Connecticut, population of, and

number of slaves in, in 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, and 1830, '33. 90; abstract of the constitution, government, legislative and executive, judiciary appointments, and elective franchise of (1831), '32. 115; extent, population, and num

ber of representatives, id. 120. Connection, definition and sign of, *28. 106.

56.

Conon, '31, 65; 32. 48.
Conon-spiral, 29. 60.
Conospermum ericifolium, '31. 38.
Con. Porphyrog. '31. 66.
“ Conquest of India by Bacchus,"

'32. 50.
“ Conquest of Constantinople,” '32.

67.
Conrad III. '28. 57.
Conring, Her., '32. 65.
Consanguinity, degrees of, mar-

riages within the, law relating to
(5 & 6 W. IV. c. 54), '36. 126,

127. Conservative Club, Pall-Mall, '37.

245. Conservatory, robbing from, punishment for (1828), '28. 136.

plants, list of the principal, with the dates of their introduction into England, '31. 37

-43. Consolidated Annuities, when they

originated, '32. 84. Consols, 3 per Cent., when they ori

ginated,'32. 84; dividends on, when payable, '32. 99; 3. ditto, id. ib.; average price of in February and August, in each year, from 1820 to 1836, '37.

158. Consolidated Fund, state of, papers

moved for and carried against

Ministers, '41. 202. Constable, John, dies, '38. 128. Constable, ancient appointment of,

in England, .40. 121; expenses of, in England and Wales, in 1792 and 1832, '37. 176; in the country, their inefficiency, '40. 121, 122; of police, their duties, '30. 133; county and district, Act for the establishment of (2 & 3 Vict. c. 93), '40. 164 ; Act amending the same (3 & 4 Vict.

c. 88), '41. 165. Constabulary force in England and

Wales, commission of inquiry appointed, '37. 257; report on the best way of establishing an efficient, '40. 109-130 ; paid, trial of in Cheshire, &c., '40. 123 --125; in Ireland, Act to consolidate the laws relating to the (6 W.IV. c. 13), '37. 113-115;

Act amending same (6 & 7 W.

IV. c. 36), id. 115. Constance, council of, '28. 58.

le Paradis Kreusling, Faubourg of, Prussian league,

'42. 113, 114. Constantiensis, Berthold, '32. 63. Constantina captured, '38. 247,

248, Constantine becomes a Christian,

28. 55 ; stops the persecution of 12 the Christians, '28. 55.

Chlorus defeats the Germans near Langres, 28. 55.

Grand Duke of Russia, gives up his right of succession,

'28. 65; dies, 32. 238. Constantinople, capital of the em

pire, *28. 55; emperors of, cbro-
nological series of, from a. D. 800 |
to 1808, '30. 97-99; era of, *30.
12; conquered by Michael Palæ-
ologus, *28. 57; taken by the
Crusaders, id, ib.; taken by Ma-
homet II., id. 58; taken by the
Turks, '30. 98; taken by storm
by the Western Crusaders, '30.
98; earthquake at, '38. 243 ;
English and French 'ambassadors
at, '30. 263; British Consul Ge-
neral at, '31. 182.

fires at, '28. 68; '30.
263; great fire at, '31. 234; fires
at, '34. 247; '40. 260; palace
at, burnt, '40. 256 ; peace of, '31.'
50; population of, called to arms

against the Russians, '29. 240.
Constantius, '28. 55.
Const. Porphyrogeneta, '32. 50.
Constipation of the bowels seldom

fatal, '35. 33; Heberden's in.

stances of cases of, id. 33.
Constitutions of France, 28. 62, 63.
Consuls at Rome, '28. 51.
Consuls, ports at which British con-

sular agents are employed, with
their rank, salaries ; with the
number of British ships, and
amount of tonnage at each port
in 1828, '31. 180—183.

salaries in 1834, 1835,
and 1836, '37. 152.
Consumption, how frequently pro-
duced, 29. 118, 119.

Asthma, and other dis

eases of the Lungs, Infirmary for,

30. 141. Consumption, deaths from, within

the Bills of Mortality in 1827,

29. 110. Contagious diseases, prevention of,

'36. 26, 27; (Ireland) Prevention

Act (2 W. IV. c. 9), '33. 124. Continental Society, '30. 154.

system, '28. 63. Continued fractions, Lord Brounker,

29. 57. “ Continuation of Homer,” '32. 50. Continuation of Offices Act (1

W. IV. c. 6), '32. 137. Contract, the Assiento, '31. 52. Contraction of the heart, deaths

from, within the Bills of Mortality

in 1827, '29. 110. Contracts with co-partnerships in

which spiritual persons are members not to be void (1 Vict. c.

10), '39. 145. Contractus, Hermannus, '32. 63. Control, President of the Board of,

Charles Grant, '31.240; Viscount

Melville, '29. 234. Controverted Elections Consolida

tion Act (9. G. IV. c. 22), '29. 148 ; expenses of, debate on, '39. 199; Election Petition Bill, leave given for (Sir R. Peel), '39.204 ; Act for the trial of (2 &

3 Vict. c. 38), '40. 150. Convention (Saxony), its value, &c.

(1829), '30. 108. Convention of Berlin, '31. 57; of

Closterseven, id. 52; of Cintra, id. 57; of Paris, id. 59; of Peterswalden, id. 58; of Pilnitz, id. 54; of St. Cloud, id. 59; of Zurich,

id. ib. Conversion of St. Paul, '28. 9. Conversion of Slaves in the British

West Indies, Society for, '30.

155. Conversion of stock, public saving

by the, 1822, 1826, 1830, 1834,

'36. 150. Converting money to party's own

use, contrary to directions, pu

uishment for, '28. 137. Convict Ship “Dolphin” sunk, '30.

264. Convictions, difficulty of obtaining

for capital offences (1834), '36.

46. Convictions, capital, in England

and Wales for 1820 and 1826, 29. 99, 100; average of, from 1821 to 1827, '29. 98, 99; number of, from 1821 to 1827, 28. 170 ; for murder, number of, from 1821 to 1827, 29. 98; number of, in England and Wales (1826), 29. 89; in England, Wales, and Ireland in 1827 and 1828, '30. 215; in England and Wales in 1829, '31. 193; Wales in 1830, '32. 183; in each of the seven years ending 1817, 1824, and 1831, '33. 186; from 1826 to 1832, '34. 63; in 1832, 34. 171; for each of the seven years ending 1833, '35. 188; in London and Middlesex in 1832, '34. 64; centesimal proportion of, to commitments for offences before and after the abolition of capital punishments in certain cases, '38. 186, 187; centesimal proportion of, to commitments, 141. 193; convictions in Ireland, proportion of (1830), '31. 114; number of, in Ireland, in 1831, '36. 58 ; number of, in France (1826),

29. 88; in 1828, '30. 215.7 Convicts, number of, male, sent to

New South Wales and Van Dieman's land in 1826 and 1827, and expense of their conveyance, '30. 215 ; average number of, maintained in the hulks in England and at Bermuda from 1824 to 1829, with annual expenditure and earnings of convicts, and net expense per man, '31. 193; ex

penses of in 1836, '38. 187. Convolvulus, the, 28. 37; canari

ensis, '31: 38; floridus, id. ib. Convulsions, deaths from, within

the Bills of Mortality in 1827,

29. 110. Conway, population of, '33. 79. Conyngham, Marquis of, Post

master General, '35. 288. Cook, Dr., his protests in the Gene

ral Assembly of the Church of Scotland, '42. 239, 241.

Cook, Captain, his first voyage

round the world, *28. 62; his death, '30. 96; Cook's Strait dis

covered, 30. 96. Cooke, executed for machine break.

ing, 32. 235. Cookham Bridge Act, '39. 211. Cooks-shops not to have internal

communication with public-house,

40. 151. Cookstown, population of, in 1821

and 1831, '34. 92. Cooper, executed for machine break. ing, 32. 235.

Sir Astley, dies, '42. 121. “Cooper's Hill," '32. 60. Coorg, Rajah of, deposed, '35. 257. Coote, Sir Eyre, his military ope

rations, '32. 34; leaves the Indian

Army, '32. 36. Cootehill, population of in 1821

and 1831, '31, 91. Copecks (100 Russia) value of

(1829), '30. 107. Copeland, Mr. W. T., elected Lord

Mayor of London, '36. 248. Copei hagen bombarded (Nelson),

28. 63; peace of, '31. 48; treaty of, id. 58.

Fields, great meeting in, to present a petition for pardon of the Dorchester Labourers,

'35. 257, 258. Copernicus, N., '31. 71; '32. 75;

celestial motions, '29, 59; meridional instrument, id. 62; his work suspended, '36. 16, 17; arguments against his system of the earth's motion, '36. 5-20;

death of, '28. 59. Copland, Dr., his “Dictionary of

Practical Medicine” quoted, '36.

26-30. Copley, Sir John, made Lord Lynd

hurst and Lord Chancellor, 28.

69. Copper, duty on (1829), '30. 201. Copper ore, duty on (1832), '33. 191.

import and export of, in 1829, '31. 190; import, export, and home consumption of, 1830, '32. 177; '33. 175; quantity imported and exported in 1831, '33. 185 ; same, and retained for

home consumption in 1831, '34. 151; quantity exported in 1833 and 1834, '36. 156; imports and exports of, in 1835, 37. 168; import and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, +39. 185; the same in 1838, 40. 177 ; the same in 1839, '41. 184; the same in 1840, '42. 157; quantity imported in 1840, id. 164; British and foreign, import and export of, in 1832, '34. 169; exports of, in 1836, '38. 177 ; foreign, import and export of, in 1836, '38. 177; unwrought, import, export, and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; unwrought and wrought, quantity of, imported and exported 1830, 32. 183 ; quantity of, smelted in the United Kingdom

in 1840, '42. 164. Copper and lead ore, exports of

from Ireland in 1825 and 1835, 39. 189.

and brass manufactures, value of, exported in 1827, 28. 167; in 1833 and 1834, '36. 157 ; in 1834 and 1835, *37. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837; '39. 182; the same, and quantities thereof, in 1838, '40. 180; the same in 1839, 41. 187 ;. the same in 1840, 42. 162.

coinage, value of, coined in 1834 and 1835, 37. 155; in 1836 and 1837, '39. 181 ;

from 1816 to 1840, '42. 155.

cooking utensils, danger of, 28. 118.

saucepans, their danger, '36. 30.

butterfly, 29. 41. Coptic months, names of the, -30..

16. Copts still use the era of Dioclesian,

30. 16. Copyhold Enfranchisement Bill

brought in, '42. 173; Act for same (4 & 5 Vict. c. 35), id. 130137.

Commissioners, their sau laries, duties, &c., id. 130. Copyright, proposed Bill for ex:

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