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Ferdinand I. conquers Granada, '28. 59.

VII. restored, '28. 64 ; 31. 58; resumes despotism, '28.

66. “ Ferdinand and Isabella," biogra

phy of, '32. 70. Ferduci or Ferdusi, *31. 67 ; '32.

78. Fère Champenoise, battle of, '28.64. Ferguson, R., 31. 76; 32. 62. Fergusson, Mr. R. Cutlar, dies, '40.

254. Ferishta, '32. 79. Fermanagh, population of, in 1821

and 1831, '34. 92; electors, number of, in, in 1834, '37. 182; bigh sheriff of, removed, '42. 242; his

conduct condemned, id. ib. Fermat. Diophantine problems, '29.

56. Fermoy, Cork, population of (1821),

'29. 83; in 1821 and 1831, 34. 91; encounter with the military

at, '29. 241, 242. Fern-bush, sweet, '29. 64. Ferns, Bishop of, his revenue in 1831, '34. 179.

and Ossory, bishoprics united, '36. 246. Feroe Island discovered, '30. 93;

extent and population of, in 1828,

28. 70. Ferrandus, Fulgentius, '32. 69. Ferrari, Carlo, his murderers executed, '33. 228.

Louis, Biquadratics, '29.55.

M., his improvement in the m&ufacture of varnishes, 28.

181. Ferreira, Ant., '32. 70. Ferreras, '31. 75; '32. 71. Ferreti, '31, 68 ; '32. 54. Ferrey, Mr. B., architect of the

Bournemouth improvements, '38. 240; of St. Peter's Church, Compton Vallance, '40. 228; of the Dorset. County Hospital, '41. 250; of St. Mary's Church,

Southwark, '42. 209. Ferri, '31. 74. Ferries on the Thames, how to be

regulated, '28. 158. Ferwardin, a Persian month, '30. 19. Festiniog and Port Madock Railway

Act, '33. 211; further Act, '39. 214; railway, particulars of, '41.

70. Festival days, weather of, absurdly

supposed to have influence on the

weather at distant days, '29. 10. Festivals, fixed, of the Church of

England, for which officers are appointed, '30. 34 ; not observed by the Church of England, distinguishing those important to be known, as regulating terms of law and payment of rent, or forming anniversaries of national observ

ance, id. ib. 35. Festus Avienus, '32. 53.

P., '31. 65. Fethard, population of, in 1821 and

1831, '34. 91. Fetid hellebore, poisonous properties

of, and remedies against, 28. 119. Fetter-lane, fire in, and loss of life,

'31. 235. Fetteresso, population of, '33. 85. Feudal system in France, '28. 56. Fever, treatment of, remarks on,

39. 33; deaths from, within the bills of mortality in 1827, '29. 110; prevalence of, in the metro

polis, '40. 43. Fevers frequently produced by the

suppression of insensible perspiration, 29. 119.

malignant, their appearances similar to poisoning, '28. 124. Fever hospital, London, '30. 140. Fever hospitals in Ireland (1830),

31. 113; admissions into, a test of amount of distress, id. ib.; (Ireland), Act, for establishing (2 W. IV. c. 9), 33. 124 ;

Amendment Act (4 & 5 W, IV. · c. 46), '35. 146. Few, Mr. Charles, his evidence on

patents referred to, '30. 129. Feyjoo, '32. 71. Fez and Morocco, number of Jews

in (1829), '30. 100. Fiats in bankruptcy established

(1 & 2 W. IV. c. 56), '32. 162. Fichte, '31. 76; '32. 66. Ficino, '31. 70. Fichtelgebirge mountains, heights of,

'33. 43; alphabetical index to same, &c., id. 49–53.,

Ficus Australis, '31. 39; Carica,

'29. 65. Field, Mr. James, architect of the

British and Foreign School Society's Normal School, in the Borough-road, '42. 127.

John, '37. 23; his works, id. 39. Fieldfare, the, '28. 31, 33. Fielding, H., '31. 74; 32. 61. Field-lane, proposed removal of,'31.

216. Field-mouse, the, '28.31 ; 29. 34;

its nest, id. ib. Field spiders, the producers of gos

samer, '29. 32, 42. Fienus, Thomas, his “ Disputatio

an cælum moveatur et terra qui

escat” fully quoted, '36. 5–15. Fieschi, his attempt on the life of

Louis Philippe, '36. 246 ; he is tried and executed, '37. 252,

253. Fifeshire, population of, and of the

principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831; value of real property in, and its representation, '33. 84; 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. 182; houses, number of, inbabited, uninhabited, and building, in 1841, '42. 108; occupations of persons in (1831), '35. 98; turnpike-gates in, rents of, in 1833, 1834, and

1835, '37. 178. Fig-tree, '29. 65. Figs, duty on (1829), '30. 204 ;

import and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; in 1829, '32. 177; in 1830, '33. 176; in 1831, '34. 154; the same, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 184; the same in 1838, '40. 176; the same in 1839, '41. 183; the same in 1840, '42.

156. Fighting, deaths from, within the

bills of mortality, in 1827, '29.

110. Figoeireda, '31. 77; *32. 71. Filacaia, '31. 72.

Filacer in the Exchequer abolished,

34. 144.
Filangieri, G., '31. 76; '32.57.
Filbert, '29. 33.
Filelfo, '31. 70.
Filicaja, V., '32. 56.
Filiform Passerina, '31. 42.
Fill-dyke, an ancient name for

February, '28. 32.
Filtering of water for supply to the

metropolis, *29. 106.
Filters used at the Shaws' water

scheme, '30. 254. Finance, the subject of, better under

stood than formerly, 32. 80; account of the total amount of unredeemed funded debt, and the charge thereof, 1827 and 1828, *29. 186; sums paid for interest on Exchequer bills, 1827, id. 186; unredeemed capital of the public funded debt, the amount of outstanding Exchequer Bills, and the amount of terminable annuities on 5th Jan. 1828, and 5th Jan. 1831, '32. 176; account of the terminable annuities, and the periods at which they will expire

, 32. 176; account of the state of the public funded debt of the United Kingdom on 5th Jan. 1832, '33. 173; Exchequer bills outstanding on the 5th Jan. 1832, amount of, id. ib. ; account of the state of the public funded debt of the United Kingdom on 5th Jan. 1833. '34. 150; documents relating to the finances for year ending 5th Jan. 1828, :28. 162– 164.

account of the net public expenditure of the United Kingdom for year ending Jan. 5, 1828, '29. 185; account of the ordinary revenues and extraordinary sources of Great Britain and Ireland for year ending Jan. 5, 1828, 29. 184; account of the net public expenditure of the United King dom (Jan. 5, 1829), '30. 197 ; account of the ordinary and extraordinary resources of the United Kingdom for the year ending 5th Jan. 1829, '30. 196, 197; abstract of the net produce

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revenues

of the revenue of Great Britain in the years ended 10th Oct. 1828, and 10th Oct. 1829, '30. 196; net public income and expenditure of the United Kingdom in the year ending 5th Jan. 1830, 31. 169; abstract of the net produce of the revenue of Great Britain in the years ended 10th Oct. 1829, and 10th Oct. 1830, id. ib.; net public income and expenditure of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the year ending 5th Jan. 1831, '32. 175; net produce of the revenue of Great Britain in the years ended 10th Oct. 1831, and 10th Oct. 1832, '33. 172; net public income and expenditure of Great Britain and Ireland in the year ended 5th Jan. 1832, id. ib.; net public income and expenditure of the United Kingdom in the year ended 5th Jan. 1833, '34. 148; same for the year ended 5th Jan. 1834, '35. 166; net produce of the revenue of Great Britain in the years ended 10th Oct. 1832, and 10th Oct. 1833, *31. 148; the same in the year ended 10th Oct. 1834, '35. 166; public income and expenditure for the year ended 5th Jan. 1835, '36. 148, 149; account of the public income and expenditure of the United Kingdom in the years ended 5th Jan. 1834, 1835, and 1836, '37. 150–152; the same in the years ended 5th Jan. 1836 and 1837, 38. 167– 169; the same in the year ended 5th Jan. 1838, '39. 173, 174;

the same for the year ending 5th Jan. 1839, 40. 167–169; the same for the years 1838 and 1839, '41. 175–177; the same for the year ended 5th Jan. 1841, 42. 149 151; see further, Funds, FUNDED

Debt. Finance committee (Peel's) ap

pointed, '29. 203. Finances, statement of the deficiency

in, in the House of Lords, '41.

200. Finchley, rental of the parish of

(1829), '29. 85; population of, in

1811, 1821, and 1831, '33. 67; road to, from St. John's-wood, near completion of, 31. 226. Findhorn bridge destroyed, and ford

at same place formed, *31.228,229. Fine arts, committee appointed to

consider the cultivation of, in reference to the new houses of Parliament, '42. 181. Fine-leaved selago, '31. 43. Fines and forfeitures, amount produced by, in 1827, '29. 187.

on copy holds, Act for the commutation of, '42. 130-133. Finland ceded to Russia, '28. 64. Finlayson, Mr., his tables for calcu.

lating the payments to benefit societies, '33. 115-119; his tables relating to the value, &c., of savings banks annuities under Act

3 W. IV. c. 14, '34. 75–78. Finsbury division, parishes como

prised within, 32. 108; popula-
tion of, and of the several parishes,
&c., of same, and its representation,
33. 67, 68; house-tax, inhabited
houses assessed to, and rental of
same, and farm-houses exempt
from, for year ending 5th April,
1830, '32. 108.

charity-schools, '30. 158.
Dispensary, '30. 143.

Midwifery Institution, '30.. 143. Fir, balm of Gilead, '29. 66 ; silver,

id. ib. Fire the readiest mode of changing the air, '28. 113.

increased supply of water in cases of (1829), '29. 104. 105; deficiency in supply of water in case of, in southern districts of London, accounted for (1829), 29. 105.

· Society for the prevention of loss of life by, '30. 151.

in theatres, security from, '28. 182, 183. Fire insurance, observations on, '28.

127, 128 ; stamps on, Act regulating 9 Geo. IV. c. 13, '29. 143 ; amount of duties on policies in the United Kingdom for the years 1811, 1816, 1821, and 1826, '28. 169 ; amount of duty on, paid by

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The London fire-offices in 1827, 29. 199; in the year 1828, '30. 217; the same, and by the country offices in 1829, '31. 196; in England in 1629, '31. 196 ; in England and Ireland, amount of stamp-duty on, on average of three years, 1815 and 1830, '31. 178; sums paid for duty on, and sums insured by each insurance office on farming stock exempt from duty in 1834 in England, '36. 179, 180; stamps on, amount of, in 1837, '39. 178; the same, in

1838, 40, 173. Fire, owners of vessels liable for

losses by (6 and 7 W. IV.c. 61),

37. 129. Fire-arms, when used, 28. 58; not

to be discharged near dwellinghouse, '40. 154.

balls emitted by thunderclouds, instances of, '39. 22.

damp, explosion of, near Lyons, '30. 259.

at Astley's Theatre, '42. 239; Camberwell church destroyed by, '12. 236; Dundee churches destroyed, id. 234; the “ Hibernian" emigrant ship destroyed by, '34. 241; the Houses of Lords and Commons destroyed by, '35. 261, 262; ground plan, showing the extent of the damage, id. 250, 251; Kinmel Hall destroyed by, 42. 243; “ Lake Erie” steamer destroyed by, id. 211; of London, '28. 60 ; predictions of same, '40. 26; at Smyrna, '42. 240; Spitalfields church damaged by, id. 234; the steamer “ Ben Lomond" destroyed by, '34. 215; Streatham church destroyed by, '42. 234; at the Tower of London, id. 244; Wynyard House destroyed

by, id. 236. See Fires. Fires, proportion of, as to number of

houses, '28. 127; prevalent in Normany and Brittany, '31. 236; incendiary, in Kent, '31. 238; by incendiaries in various parts, '35. 252, 254. For law relating to, see ARSON,

- not to be made near highways unless screened, '36. 126.

Fires in varions places, viz. Astley's

Theatre, '42. 239; in Austria, *35. 255; at Bridport, id. 253; at Canton, '37. 251; at Constantinople, '30. 263; '31. 234, 239; '34. 247; the Palace burnt, '40. 256; at Pera and Galata, id. 260; at Dublin Custom House stores, '34. 247; at Dundee (churches) 42. 234; the Euglish Opera House destroyed by, '31. 234; in Fetter-lane, and loss of life, '31. 235; near Golden-square, '36. 241; at Gotha, '39. 249; at Harrow School, id. 252; at Hatfield House, '36. 250; at Hoff, *35. 261; at Liverpool, '34. 240; in Long-acre, *33. 233; at Lymp. stone, '34. 245; at Manilla, id. 212; at the Milbank Penitentiary, '36. 219; at Moscow, '35. 259; at New York '37. 251; at North Tawton, '35. 259; at Paris, the “Vaudeville" Theatre burnt, '39. 248; at Pera (Cotistantinople), '30. 263 ; '32. 239; at Pera and Galata (Constantinople), '40. 960; at Plymouth Dockyard, '41. 255; at Quebec, '35. 253; the Royal Exchange burnt, '39. 248; at St. Petersburgh, id. 248; in the Island of St. Thomas, '33. 228; at Sheerness Dock yard, '41. 255, 256 ; at Singapore, '31. 234; at Smyrna, '42. 240; at Streatham, id. 234; at Spitalfields, id. ib.; in the Temple, '39. 249; at the Tower of London, '42. 244 ; at Tula, 35. 259; at Vienna, and loss of life, '31. 236; at Wynyard House, 942, 236 ; at York Minster, ac

count of, '41. 234, 254. Firlots, Linlithgow, or Seots, abo

lished, '28. 100. First flood, bell at Gravesend rug

at, '28. 158. First fruits, resolution against, "39.

204 ; Tenths, and Queen Anne's Bounty, Act for Consolidation of the Offices of (1 Vict. c. 20), "39. 147; resolution relating to,

'41. 203. « First meridian," what it is, '31.

78.

First meridians of longitude, '31.

78, 79. First offence, power to justices to

discharge for, '28, 141. Firuzabadi, '31. 69 ; '32. 79. Fisacre, Richard, '37. 22. Fischart, John, '31. 70; '32. 64. Fischer, Dr., his observations on

lightning rods, '28. 186. Fish, when unfit for food; their

poisonous effects, '36. 22, 23; dangerous effects of, when bad, id. 26, 27.

condemned, quantity of, at the port of London, in three years ending 1833, '35. 195.

conveyance of (4 W. IV. c. 20), '35. 131.

directions for preserving for collections, '38. 23.

taking or destroying, penalties for, '28. 135.

- pond, destroying, or putting poison into, punishment for, '28. 144.

exports of herrings. Quantity and declared value of exports of, in 1828, '31. 176; quantity and value of, exported 1831, '34. 157; salted, quantity and value of exports of, from Western Australia (1834), 36. 182; exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 183; the same, and quantities thereof in 1838, 40. 180; the same in 1839, '41. 187;

the same in 1840, '42. 162. Fishes in January, '29. 30; in May, id. 36; in September, id. 41.

poison, remedies against, '28. 123. Fishing islands, extent and population of, in 1828, '28. 73.

unlawful, penalties for, 28. 135. Fisheries, Irish, Amendment Act (10 G. IV. c. 33, '30. 180.)

Joint Stock Company (Ireland) Act, '37. 218.

British American; importation of victuals, &c. &c., from Guernsey and Jersey allowed, 37. 129.

of the United States,

amount of product of (1828),

'32. 124. Fisherrow Harbour Improvement

Act, '41, 222. Fishguard, population of, '33. 81;

Market Act, '35. 219; Harbour Improvement Act, '38. 214 ; repeal Act, '39. 215. Fishmongers' Hall, progress of, '33.

216; account of, 34. 217, 218; description and view of, '36. 229

-231. Fishwick Water Works Act, '33.

210. Fistula, deaths from, within the

bills of mortality, in 1827, 29. 110.

prevalence of, amongst tailors, '35. 34. Fitch, see Furs. Fitzherbert, '31. 70.

Anthony, '32. 59.
N., id, ib.

Mrs., dies, '38. 214. Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge,

designs for, '36. 223; account and view of, '38. 224-227; further account and section of,

'39, 225-227. Fiume, consul at, his salary (1828),

'31. 181. Five-cleft calothamnus, '31. 37. Five-flowered enkianthus, '31. 39. Fixed stars, centres of systems, '29. 57.

and planets, occultations of, by the moon, in 1831, '31. 26,

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occultations of, by the moon, visible at Greenwich in 1833, '33. 22, 23; in 1834, 34. 31; in 1835, 35, 37, 38; in 1836, '36. 33, 34; in 1837, '37. 45, 46; in 1838, '38. 43, 44; in

1839, '39. 58, 59. Flake white, poisonous properties of,

and remedies against, '28. 117. Flame-flowered Hermannia, '31.40. Flamstead or Flamsteed, 31. 74; : 32. 60; his tide-table referred

to, '30. 50; his “ History of the Heavens, and Catalogue of the

Stars,' '29. 59. Flanders, retreat of the British army

in, '28. 62

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