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for year ending 25th March, 1830, 190 ; mode of cooking potatoes 32. 184; for the year ending 25th in, 29. 129. March, 1831, '33. 187; expended Lance-leaved callistachys, '31. 37;

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year ending Easter, huvea, id. 40. 1832, 34. 173; amount levied Lancing and Brighton Road Act and expenditure of same for year Amendmeut Act, '42. 196. ending 25th March, 1833, '35. Land, occupiers of, number of, in 189; in the year ending 25th each county of England, Wales, March, 1834, '36. 174; the same, and Scotland (1831), '35. 73– in the years ending 25th March, 103. 1834, 1836, and 1837, '38. 188; quantity of, cultivated and decrease of same in 1837, com uncultivated in Great Britain, pared with 1831, id. 190; propor '28. 88; in cultivation, waste, tion of paupers relieved to the po and unprofitable in England pulation of, in 1839 and 1840, '42. (1829), '29. 90; in Scotland 168. Savings Banks, friendly (1829), id. ib. ; in Ireland (1829), and charitable societies, amount of id. ib. ; in Wales (1829), id. ib.; deposits and accounts in (1831), in the British isles (1829), id. 32. 102; savings banks, deposits ib. and depositors, increase of, be measures in France, particulars tween 1833 and 1834, '36. 104; of, '30. 113, 115, 116. savings banks, average amounts revenue, first commissioner of deposited in, and proportion of the, George Agar Ellis, 31. 240; depositors to population of (1835), see further, WOODS AND FORESTS. 37. 72; state of, on 20th No revenue, and its charges in vember, 1837, '39. 134; savings India, '33. 100. banks, friendly societies, and cha slip at Gragnano, '42. 235, ritable institutions, number of, 236. and of depositors, and amount of tax, produce of, in 1827, 29. deposits in, in November 1836,

in 1829, 30. 206 ; gross 38. 193; on 20th November, amount of, received by each of 1838,'40.189; on 20th November, the receivers-general in England 1839, '41. 194; on 20th No and Wales, for the year ended vember, 1840,'42. 166; Schools: 5th January, 1830, '31. 172; endowed, unendowed, and Sun amount of, in 1837, '39. 178. day schools in, in 1818, '29. 91; Landaff, diocese of, number of paunendowed day schools in, in rishes, benefices, and churches 1818 and 1828, id. 93; number and chapels in, and population of of Church of England schools in, (1834), 35. 126 ; revenues of and of scholars in same (1832), bishop of, cathedral, and of bene'33. 121; Taxes: amount of fices, sums paid to curates, in land and assessed taxes of, in whom patronage of benefices 1829, '31. 172; house tax, inha vested, and other particulars rebited houses assessed to, and lating to same (1835), '36. 82— rental of same, for year ending 89. 5th April, 1830, '32. 106, 107; Landed securities in Ireland, Act TURNPIKE TRUSTS, their extent for facilitating the loan of money and income in (1834), '35. 192; upon (4 W. IV. c. 29), '35. 136. and income and expenditure of Lander, Mr. R. and Mr. John, leave same, in 1834, '37. 177; the same, Portsmouth for the discovery of and length of the roads, in 1839, the Niger, '31. 234. '42. 122; toll collected

on,
in

Richard, dies, '35. 254. 1834 and 1839, id. 118; coals Landlord, how he may recover posand cinders entered coastwise, session of tenements under 201. and duty thereon, in 1829, '31.

per annum, '39. 157.

188;

persons to kill

1

Landlord may authorize certificated Larbent, population of, '33. 87.

game,

32. 154. Larceny, convictions for, from 1821 and tenant, law and prac to 1827, 29. 99; number of tice in the relations between, in executions for, in England and Ireland, '31. 108, 109.

Wales (1826), 29. 89; laws Landon (Mrs. Macleın), dies, '40. amended, '28. 130-142; pu140, 152.

nishment for, id. 1830; and as to Landriani, dies, :40. 141.

some offences, see '38. 160. Land's Eud, differeuce of time be in a dwelling house, effect

tween the, and London, '31. 14. of the abolition of the punishment Lane, Mr., architect of the Stock of death for, on charges of, '42. port New Sufirmary, '33. 219.

103. Lane End, Longton and, population grand and petty, distinction of (1821), '29. 82.

between, abolished, 28. 130. Church, building, and Larch, common, '29. 66. completed, '35. 227–229. Larcher, '31. 77; 32. 69. Lanfranc, '31. 66; '32. 54.

Lard, export of, value of, in 1834 Langdale, Lord, Mr. Biekersteth and 183), '37. 161; the same, in created, '37. 252.

the years 1835, 1836, and 1837, Langebek, '31. 75; '32. 75.

'39. 183; exports of, from Ireland, Langlande, R., '31. 68; 32. 58. in 1825 and 1835, '39. 189. Langley Broom Road Act, '42. 196. Lardner, his opinion on the death of Langley, Clinton, '37. 22 ; his St. Stephen, '28. 14. works, id 25.

Dr., his account of his exLanglois, J. M., dies, '10. 111.

periments with locomotive steam Langtoft, Peter, 31, 69; '32. 67. carriages, 37, 83, 84. Langton, Clement, '37. 22; his Large-flowered arthropodium, '31. works, id, 23.

37; echium, id. 39, Edwardsia, Lansdowne, Marquis of, Home Se id. ib. ; Govdenia, id. 40; Mon

cretary, 28. 69; President of the sonia, id. 41; trumpet-flower, id. Council, '31. 210.

37. Lanthoniensis, Clement, his works, Large-leaved leptospermum, '31.41. 37. 23.

Largs Pier or Harbour Act, '33.211. Lanzi, '31. 76.

Larin (Persia), its value (1829), '30. Laon, battle of, 28. 61.

106. Laonicus chalcondyles, '32. 51. Larissa, battle of, '28. 65. Laplace, or La Place, 31. 77 ; *32. Lark, the, '28. 31.

69; astronomy, '29, 57; on acou Larkspur, the, '28. 36. stics, id. 55; calculus, id. 60; “ Larne," the ship, attacks the barrier long inequality discovered by, at Macao, '42. 233; engaged '34. 22; “Méchanique Céleste, against the Bogue forts, id. 235. his improvements, 529. 59; bis “ L' Art de Vérifier les Dates," misdiscoveries on the moon's orbit, take in, '30. 157. '34. 9; his observations on the Larvæ, method of preserving for coltides referred to, '30. 52; his lections, '38. 24, 25. “Traité de Méchanique Céleste," Lascelles, Rowley, dies, '42. 124. referred to, id. ib.; his corrections Lasiocampa neustria, '29. 29 ; '30. used for the Nautical Almanac, 40. '29. 15.

Lasiopetalum ferrugineum, '31. 41; La Plata, extent and population of, purpureum, id. ib.; quercifolium, in 1828, '28. 73.

id. ib.; tolonaceum, id. it. “ La Pucelle,” '32. 68.

Lasswade, population of, '33. 83. Lapis caliminaris, punishment for Lætus, Pomp., '32. 55. stealing, '28. 135.

Latham, population of, '33. 65. Laporte, M., dies, '42. 243.

Dr. John, dies, '38. 128,

Latheron, population, '33. 83. Latimer, H., 31. 70; '32. 59. Latin languay, when it ceased to be

spoken, '32. 52; in almost universal use till the 13th century, id. ib.

literary chronology, '32. 52– 54.

and Italian authors, list of, and of their principal works, from B.C. 200 to A.D. 1800, '32. 52

57. Latitude, what it is, '28. 92; mode of finding, id. ib.

and longitude, dissertation on, '41. 34–50; method of finding the latitude, id. 35—41.

of some of the principal towns on the globe,

'28.94–97. Latitudes and longitudes, terrestrial,

28. 90–94, Latten, duty on, in 1829, '30. 202;

in 1832, '33. 191. Laudable Society of United Clerks,

30. 148.
Lauder, population of, '33. 32.
| Laugharne, population of, *33. 79.

Launcelloti, P., '31. 70; '32. 56.
Launceston, population and repre-

sentation of, '33. 59; difference
of time between, and London, '31.
14; Market Act, 41. 217; Small
Debts Act, '42. 194.

and Tremontha Rail. way Act, '37. 224.

and Victoria Railway, particulars of, '41. 78. Launch of the Trafalgar, '42. 239. Laurel, Alexandrian, '29.67; com

mon, id. 66; glaucous, '31. 41;

Portugal, '29.66.
Laurel water, poisonous properties

of, and remedies against, "28.

120. Laurel-leaved magnolia, *29. 66 ;

Sideroxglon, '31, 43; Tristanea,

id. ib. Laurent, Mr., his method of pre

serving larvæ,'38. 24, 25. Laurestine, 29. 67. Lauriston, Field Marshal, death of,

29. 240. Laurophyllus capensis, '31. 41. Laurus aggregata, '31. 41; Benzoin,

29. 65; Indica, '31. 41; nobilis,

29. 65; sassafras, id. ib. Lavater, '31, 76; '32.65 ; dies, '28.

63. Lavandula spica, '29. 65. Lavender, *29. 05. Lavender-leaved Hermannia, '31.40. Lavingham, Richard, '37. 22; his

works, id. 25. Lavoisier, '31. 77; '32. 69; dies,

23. 62. Law, feast of the, '28. 14. “ Law of Mau," '32. 47. “ Law of Nations,” '32. 65, 69. Law, state of the, Mr. Brougham's motion on, '29. 202, 203.

Reform Bills, three, introduced by Lord Chancellor Brougham, '34. 197.

Act for further amendment of the, and the better advancement of justice in England (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 42), '34. 124, 125.

· courts, their removal near the inns of court, Committee of the House of Commons on, appointed,

42. 181. Law Association, '30. 147; institu

tion, Chancery-lane, foundation and account of, id. 164; '31. 217, 218; Life Assurance Office, description of the, '35. 245; Society, '30. 164.

number of causes entered for trial in the courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, in the years from 1820 to 1826 inclusive, '28. 169.

-abstracts of parliamentary documents relating to, to 1827, '28. 169, 170 ; to 1828, '30. 214, 215; to 1829, '31. 193, 194; to 1830, '32. 183; '33. 186; to 1832, '34. 171, 172; to 1833, '35. 187, 188; to 1834, '36. 173; to 1836, and in 1834 and 1835, '37. 174-176; to 1837, '38. 183—187; to 1838, '39. 194; to 1839, '40. 188; to the end of

1839, 41. 193. Lawless, Mr., arrested in Dublin,

29. 245; liberated on bail, id. ib. Lawrence, Sir Thomas, dies, '31.

234; gift of his casts to the British Museum, '34. 183.

declared value of exports of, in

Laws of the Twelve Tables, '28. Lead-wort, Cape, '31. 42. 51.

Leader, Mr., elected for WestminLaybach, congress of, '31. 60.

ster, '38 246. Layamon, '31. 68; 32. 58.

Leaf, fall of the, 29. 41-43; its Leach, Dr. W. E., dies, '37. 110.

cause, id. 42. Sir John, dies, '35. 261. Leaf-buds of trees, how protected Lead, duty on, 1829, '30. 199.

against rain and frost, 29. 34. injurious effect of, ou water, Leaf bud gum, '29. 34. '36. 25.

Leaf-gold, duty on (1829), 30. carbonate of, or white-lead, 202. poisonous properties

and reme

League, the, '31. 46; of Augsburg, dies against, '28. 123.

id. 49; of Würzbourg, id. 47. sugar of, poisonous properties Leamington, St. Mary's Chapel, acof, and remedies against, id. ib. count of, '40. 233. chromate of, duty on (1829),

Priors, population of, 30. 202.

'33. 74; Gas Light Act, *39. ore, duty on (1829), '30.

212. 202.

Leap-year, meaning of the word, red, duty on (1829), '30. 28. 6. 202.

Lear, Mr. F., his improved pump, import and export of, in 1832, '28. 184. '34. 159; in 1833, '35. 180 ; Learmouth, John, Esq., pays the exquantity exported in 1833 and

penses of the Dean Bridge, Edin1834, '36. 156; alue of exports

burgh, '32. 232. of, in 1833 and 1834, '36. 157; Lease for a year rendered unveces, import and export of, in 1835, sary in a conveyance by lease and '37. 168; in 1836, '38. 178; im release (4 Vict. c. 21), '42. 127. port and home consumption of, Leasehold occupancy as franchise, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 185; motion on, '42. 181. the same, in 1838, '40. 177; the Leases by ecclesiastical persons, Act same, in 1839, 41. 184; the regulating the renewal of (5 W. same, in 1840, '42. 157; import IV. c. 20), '37. 116; amendment and export of, in 1840, id. 164. of same as to rentals' (6 and 7 W.

pig, import, export, and home IV.c. 64), id. ib. consumption of, in 1828, '31. not granted in India, and 174; in 1830, '32. 178; '33. why, '33. 95, 96. 176 ; in 1831, '34. 155.

Leasing making, Scotland, punishand lead ore, import and ex ment for, assimilated to that in port of, in 1829, '31. 190; in England (7 W. IV. and i Vict. 1830, '32. 183.

c. 5), '38. 129. and shot, value of, exported, in

Leatham, Mr., his calculation of the 1827, '28. 167; quantity and de bill circulation of Great Britain clared value of exports of, in and Ireland at various periods, 1828, '31. 176 ; in 1830, '33. from 1815 to 1839, '42. 154. 179; in 1831, '34. 158; exports Leather, Mr. George, engineer of of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, the Leeds Suspension Bridge, '33. 37. 161; the same, in 1835, 1836, 222; of the Durham Bridge, id. and 1837, 39. 183; the same, 225. and quantities thereof, in 1838, and sadlery, value of, es. 40. 180; the same, in 1839, '41. ported, in 1827, '28. 167. 187; the same, in 1840, 42.

manufactures, quantity and 162.

and copper ore, exports of, from 1828, '31. 176; in 1830, '33. Ireland, in 1825 and 1835, '39. 179. 189.

quantity and value of, ex:

tion of, '33. 77; difference of time between, and London, '31. 21; postage collected at, in 1832 and 1833, '35. 192; amount collected at, in 1832, 1833, and 1834, '36. 179; same, in 1835, 37. 178; same, in 1836, '38. 196 ; same, in 1837, 39. 196; Branch Bank of England at, '33. 111; Commercial Buildings, completion of, '30. 239; suspension bridge, description and diagram of, '33. 222, 223; strike at, '35. 256 ; ceases, id. ib.; and Halifax, storm and flood at, '30. 263; reform meeting at, '42. 235; Acts relating to, viz. Bridge Act, '37. 219; corngrinding custom discharge Act, '40, 214; Gas Light Act, '36. 208; Oil Gas Light Company Dissolution Act, '34. 204; Road Act, '42. 196; Water Act, '38. 210.

and Harrogate Road Act,'40.

215.

ported, 1831, '34. 158; exports of, in 1836, '38. 178; 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. Leather and hide market, Southwark, account of, '34. 235.

duties repeal (11 G. IV. c. 16), '31. 139.

(gloves) import and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 174; in 1830, '32. 178; '33. 176; in 1831, '34. 155; duty on (1829),

30. 204. Leaves, effects of water on the form

of, '30. 39, 40; their adaptation for the reception of dew, '31. 36; change of colour of, in autumn, '29. 40; colouring of, in autumn, remarks upon, '30. 44, 45.

of roses, duty on (1832), '33. 191. Leaving men on shore, punishment

for (9 G. IV. c. 31), '29. 153. Lebanon, cedar of,'29. 66.

cedars of, fact relating to, 29. 29. Lebid, '31. 67. Le Brun, Pigault, dies, '36. 108. Lechenaultia formosa, '31. 41. Lectures, Act for preventing the

publication of, without consent

(5 & 6 W. IV. c. 65), '36. 130. Ledbury, population of, '33. 63;

bank robbed, '29 233; Improve

ment Act, '36. 206. Ledum buxitolium, '29. 65. Lee, Mr. Eyre, ordered to attend at

the bar of the House of Commons, '31. 204, 205.

Messrs. Henry and John, builders of the New Bridewell, Westininster, *33. 216.

Nathaniel, '31. 72; '32. 60.

and Chateauneuf, Messrs., premium to, for a design for the Royal Exchange, '40. 2237.

Church Act, '39. 211; church, account and view of, '41. 229–

and Otley Road Act, '38.

211.

- and Derby Railway, account of, '38. 65.

- and Manchester Railway Act, '37. 223; Extension Act, '40. 217; further Act, '42. 197; railway, account of, '38. 65, 66; further

progress and account of, '40. 87, 88; :41. 78; further opening of, id. 94; its total length, and extent opened since November 1840,'42. 56; particulars relating to the same and its branches, id. 57—60.

and Selby Railway Act, '31. 212; further Act, '36. 209; rail. way, account of, '37. 105, 106;

particulars of, '41. 70. Leek and Lowe, population of, '33.

72. Leers, Mr., his discovery that some

plants change their stems to a

bulbous structure, '30. 40. Lefevre, James, '31.71; '32. 67.

Mr. Shaw, elected Speaker, 40. 203, 258. Legacy duty, amount of, in 1827,

29. 188: in Great Britain and Ireland (1829), '30. 206; in the

231.

Leeds, population of (1821), 29.

82; population and representa

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