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London, treaty of, '31. 61.

Middlesex, and Westminter, house tax, inhabited houses assessed to, and rental of same, for year ending 5th April, 1830, *32. 106-108.

and Birmingham Canal Bill, debate on the frauds of, '31. 204.

and Westminster Bank, debates on, '35. 206—208; Bank, account and view of, and remarks on, '39, 236_240.

Railways, viz. Grand Junction Railway Act, '37. 223 ; Railway, particulars of, '41. 76.

and Birmingham Railway further Act, '40. 217; Extension Act, '36. 209; Railway, course of, described, and other particulars relating to, '34. 238, 239; progress of, :35. 248; Railway opened, '39. 251; further account and opening of, its receipts, &c., 40. 77–79; account of, up to 1837, '38. 51–56; particulars of, '41. 72; account of, and of its expenses, &c., up to its opening on 17th September, 1838, 39. 113–119; particulars of, '41. 72; accidents on, '36. 216 ; entrance to Euston-square, account of, '38, 242, 243; further account, and view, and ground plan of, '39. 233—236; Birmingham terminus of same, account and view of, id. 236, 237; school of, '42. 241.

and Blackwall Railway, particulars of, 41. 78; Further Powers Act, '42. 196 ; account of the railway, its total length, extent opened since November 1810, id. 56 ; further particulars relating to the same, and its expenses, id. 64-66.

and Brighton Railway Act, '38. 213; Railway, particulars of, :41, 80; opened, '42. 243; the total length of the main line, and extent opened since November 1840, id. 56 ; full account of same, and of its expenses, id. 67 –70.

and Croydon Railway opened,

'40. 258; particulars of, '41.

72. London and Greenwich Railway

opened, '40. 255; Railway tolls, Ravensborne Act, '38. 213; Railway, particulars of, '41. 72.

and Sonthampton Railway, partial opening of, celebrated, '39. 249; further progress and partial opening of, id. 121 – 123; account of, up to 1837, '38. 56— 59; and particulars of, '41. 72.

and South Western Railway, particulars of, '41. 72; Act amending former Act of, '42. 196.

and Birmingham Railway School, '42. 241. Londonderry, Derry, population of

(1821), '29. 83; in 1821 and 1831, 34. 92; electors, number of, in, in 1834, '37. 182; postage collected at, in 1832 and 1833, '35. 192; amount collected at, in 1832, 1833, and 1834, '36. 179; same, in 1835, '37. 179; same in 1836, 38. 196; Bridge, &c., Act, '36. 207; Bridge and Port Amendment Act, '39. 211; Improvement Act, '33. 209.

port of, customs duties, received at, in 1833, '35. 173; collected at, in 1834, '36. 157; the same, in the years ending 5th January, 1835 and 1836, 37. 164; the same, for the year ending 5th January, 1837, '38. 175; the same, in the years ended 5th January, 1837 and 1838, 39. 191; the same, in the year 1838, '40. 187; the same, during 1839, '41. 188; the same, in 1840, '42. 164.

Marquis of, debate on his supposed appointment as ambassador, '36. 187, 188; his motion for the advance on Exchequer bills, when about a certain average price, '39. 81 ; his mansion at Wynyard destroyed by fire,

42. 236. Long, Mr. F., architect of the Royal

Institution of South Wales, Swan

sea, '40. 241.

Mr. St. John, coroner's ver

dict of manslaughter against, in Miss Carlin's case, '31. 237 ; tried, convicted of manslaughter id. 239; coroner's verdict of manslaughter against, in the case of Mrs. C. Lloyd, '31. 210; acquitted for the manslaughter of

Mrs. Lloyd, '32. 236. Long Acre, fire in, '33. 233; pro

posed improvements, in, '31.217; to be continued to Coventry street, '40. 162; Act for effecting same (4 Vict. c. 12), '42. 126.

annuity, amount of (1831), and period of its expiration, '32. 176.

Friday, the Saxon name for Good Friday, 28. 11.

measure, '28. 100; in France, particulars of, '30, 113-115.

Parliament assembles, 28. 60.

room at the Custom House reopened, 29. 235. -leaved Banksia, '31. 37; hovea, id. 40; lomatia, id. 41; notelæa, id, 42.

peduncled heath, '31, 39; peduncled bibiscus, id. 40; psoralea,

id. 43. Longbenton), population of, '33. 69. Longest day, accounted for, '28. 29. Longford, population of, in 1821

and 1831, '34. 90; electors, num

ber of, in, in 1834, '37. 182. Longinus, '28. 55; '31, 65; '32.

49. Longitude, what it is, '28. 92; how

found, id, ib. 93; mode of find. ing, when, '29. 59; determining by transits of the moon, '41. 48; by signals, id. 50; lunar eclipses observed to determine the, ib. 49; use of chronometers in the determining of, id. 44–46; account of the various inventions for the discovery of, '42. 28—45; the experiments of Huygens for finding, id. 28; parliamentary rewards for the discovery of, id. 29, and t; Act of Parliament for, id. ib.; the last Act for, and amount of rewards offered for same, id. 41; how formerly measured, '31. 78 ; degrees of, their length, '28.94; first meridians of, '31. 78, 79; difference

of, between London and Paris, how to be allowed, '28. 93; parliamentary reward offered for discovery of, '41, 43; finding the, rewards for, id. 42—44; discovery of, laws repealed (9G. IV.

c. 66), '29. 173. Longitude and latitude, dissertation

on, '41. 31–50; method of finding the longitude, id. 41 -50.

(terrestrial), 28. 90–94; of some of the principal towns on the globe, id.

94–97. Longley Inclosure Amendment Act,

35. 218. Longridge and Preston Railway Act,

'37.223; Railway, particulars of, '41. 78, 88; further Act, '42.

197. Longton and Lane End, population

of (1821), '29. 82. Longus, '31. 65 ; '32. 50. Lonicera flexuosa, '31. 41 ; japo

nica, id. ib; sempervirens, '29.

65 ; symphoricarpos, id. ib. Lonsdale, James, dies, '40. 141. Loose and Newcastle Road Repair

ing Act, '41. 219. Loosjes, '31. 77; '32. 73. Lope de Vega, '31. 73 ; '32. 71. Loquat, '29. 66. Lord, John, his “ Prognosticator,"

29. 10. Lord Chancellor, increased retiring

allowance to (2 & 3 W. IV. c. 111), '33. 164; Salary Act, id.

171. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, his

salary, '33. 165 ; expense of his establishment, in 1834, 1835, and

1836, '37. 152. Lord Mayor's day, 28. 13; Wil

liam IV, does not visit the city

on, 1830, '31. 240. Lords, their incomes, &c., in 1688, '35. 72.

- House of, resolution against the voting by proxy, rejected, '38. 203 ; Lord Speaker of the House of, Lord Denman, '36. 204.

Justices, Act appointing in case of a demise of the Crown, their powers and duties (7 W.

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IV. & 1 Vict. c. 72), '38. 153,

154. Lord Lieutenant of counties (Ire

land), Bill brought in, '32. 193. Lords Lieutenant, their circulars

observed on in the Lords, '40.

204. Lord's day, baking on, '37. 121 ;

corporation election not to be beld on (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 31), '34. 118; Observance Bill thrown out, '36. 194; leave given to bring in, '37. 197 ; leave given to to bring in Bills for observance,

'38. 202. “ Lord's Mill," custom of compelling

parties to grind corn at, abolished,

'33. 210, 211. Lorenzo de Medicis, '28. 58; '31.

70. Lorraine, ceded to France, '31.

51. Lorris, William de, '31. 69; '32.

67.

Losinga, Herbert, '37. 22 ; his works,

id. 23. Lotharingius, :37. 23. Lothing, Lake, sluice and lock at,

proceeded with, 1829, '30. 247. Lothingland Poor Amendment Act,

34. 205. Lotteries, money raised by, '32. 82;

they cease, '28. 68; foreign and other illegal, penalty for advertising (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 66), *37.

130. Lough Corrib Navigable Canal Act,

31. 212; Navigable Cut Act, 32. 216.

Foyle, &c., Drainage Act, 39. 210.

Swilly, &c., Drainage Act, 39. 210. Loughborough, population of(1821),

29. 82; in 1811, 182], and 1831, '33. 67; Small Debts Act, '38. 211; new church building at, '37. 229; '38. 218.

and Market Harborough roads trust, tolls collected on, in 1834 and 1839, '42.

119. Loughor, population of, in 1811,

1821, and 1831, '33. 80; Inclosure Bill, '34. 202.

Loughrea, population of, in 1821

and 1831, '34. 92. Louis, M., an advocate of the “ Méthode Numérique,” '39. 25.

of Caerlion, '37. 22; his works, id. 25.

“ le Gros, Life of," '32. 66.

VI., encourages corporations, '28. 57.

VII., '28. 57. - IX., “ History of," '32. 67. XIII., his marriage, '31. 47.

XVI., accepts the first constitution, '28. 62; is beheaded, id. ib.

XVIII., restored, '28. 64 ; again at Paris, id, ib. ; dies, '28.

66. Louis d'or, value of, 28. 165; its

value, &c. (1829), '30. 104;

double ditto ditto, id. ib. Louis Philippe I., king of the

French, '31. 237; conspiracy to dethrone, '33. 229; shot at, id. 232, 233 ; attempted assassination of, by Fieschi, '36. 246 ; by Alibaud, '37. 254 ; by Meunier, '38. 243; another attempt to assassinate, '41. 256 ; attempted

assassination of his sons, '42. 243. Louis Bonaparte, king of Holland,

'28. 63. Louisiana discovered, '30. 96; sold

to America, '28. 63; abstract of the constitution, government, legislative and executive, judiciary appointments, and elective franchise of (1831), '32. 119; extent, population, and number of representatives of, id. 120; population of, and number of slaves in, in 1810, 1820, and 1830,

'33. 90. Lount, executed at Toronto, '39.

249. Lous, a Macedonian month, '30. 17. Louth, population of (1821), 29.

82; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33. 67; in 1821 and 1831, '34. 90; electors, number of, in, in 1834, '37. 182.

Navigation Improvement Bill, '29. 182. Louvain, philosophical college at,

suppressed, '31.234.

Love-lane, Liverpool, church build. Lubeck, Arnold of, '32. 63. ing at, '35. 227.

Lubienetski, '31. 73; *32. 76. Love-lies-bleeding, the, 28. 37. Luca di Burgo, '31. 70; 32. 55. “ Love wisdom and you will obtain Lucan, '28. 54 ; '31. 65; '32. 52.

it,” application of the maxim, Lucas de Bargo-algebra, arith'29. 141, 142.

metic, '29, 56. Lovett, Josepb, his case mentioned Lucas, Mr. Charles, his opinion of

in the Lords, '40. 207; his treat the increase of property offences

ment again mentioned, '41. 206. in England, '29, 100. Low Countries, extent, population, Lucayos islands discovered, '30. 93.

and military force, in 1828, '28. Lucca, extent, population, and mi71; and her colonies, extent and litary force of, in 1828, '28. 71; population of, in 1828, id. 74; duchy of, its extent, population, Low Countries, independent, id. duke, capital, religion, revenue, 60; ceded to Austria, id. 61; and army, in 1828, 29. 72, 73; insurrection, id. 62; ceded to the extent, population, and military emperor, '31.50; ceded to France,

force of (1831), '33. 54; popuid. 54.

lation and sovereign of (1836), Lower Beeding Chapel Act, '39. 211. 36. 107. Lower King's Ferry-road Act, '39. Lucian, '31. 65 ; '32, 49. 213.

Lucilius, '28. 53. Lowestoft, population of, '33. 73; Lucknow, ravages of cholera at,

new harbour, opening of, for sea 35. 252. borne vessels, '32. 233; proceed- | Lucretius, '28. 53; '31. 65; '32. ings in the works at, fully de

52. scribed, id. ib. 234,

Ludlam, Rev. W., his account of and Norwich Navigation Harrison's time-keeper improveImprovement Act, '33. 211; pro ments, '42. 38, 39. ceedings in, described, 1829, '30. Ludlow, population and representa247, 248; progress of the works tion of, '33. 71; election comat, and account of expenses, and mittee, its report of bribery, '41.

further loan for, '33. 220, 221. 206; debate on writ for, id. 207; Lowth, R., '31. 74; 32. 61.

writ for, suspended, id. 206. Lowther, Lord, his evidence on the Ludolph, '31.74 ; '32. 65. metropolis roads' debt, '34. 237. Luitprand, '31. 66; '32. 54.

Arcade, description of, '32. Lullo, Raimund, '31. 69; '32. 70. 217, 218.

Lully, Raymond, '28. 57. Lozing, Herbert, '37. 23.

Luminous showers, instances of, '39. Lubbock, Mr. J. W., paper on

19, 20. tides, '30. 49--64; dissertation

sea-weed, described, '30. on the tides, '35. 18—26; papers

47. on the tides, '37. 5—20; 38. 5 Lunar caustic, poisonous properties -ll; paper on the supposed in of, and remedies against, '28. 117. fluence of the moon on the weather, day, its duration, '30. 49. '39, 5–8; his calculations of distances, longitude deterHalley's comet, '35. 13; his note mined by, '41. 46; how asceron Halley's comet, id. 263.

tained, id. 47. Lubeck, population of (1836), '36. eclipse, duration of, '32. 8. 107; republic of, its exteut, po

month, estimated, '29. 58. pulation, burgomasters, capital, tides, '28. 43. religion, revenue, debt, and army, year explained, and its duin 1828, 29, 70, 71; British ration, '30. 76. vice-consul at, his salary (1828), Lunacy, number of persons against 31. 180,

whom commissions of, in force in peace of, '31. 47.

1839; income of, and allowances

to, '40. 188; Bill introduced to writes against indulgences, '28. diminish expenses of Commissions 59; at the Diet of Worms, id. ib. of, '34. 186; Commissions of, Lutheranism in Sweden, '28. 59. Act diminishing expenses of (3 Luton, population of, '33. 57.

& 4 W. IV. c. 36), id. 118. Lutterworth Hand Road Act, '39. Lunatic asylums, regulated by 9 G. 213. IV. c. 41, '29. 156-160.

Lutzen, battle of, '28. 60, 64. Act, 2 & 3 W. IV. c. 107, Luxemburg, population and soveand 3 & 4 W. IV. c. 64, con reign of (1836), '36. 107; antinued (5 & 6 W. IV. c. 22), nexed to Holland, '40. 256. 36. 115.

garrison, Prussian Lunatics going at large may be League, '42. 112.

committed, 39. 145; visitors of, Luxury, duties on articles of (1829), Act for the appointment of (3 & '30. 203-205. 4 W. IV. c. 36), '34. 118; Luzan, Ignacio de, '32. 71. number and amount of property Luzzi, Mon. de, '32. '54. of, confined under the authority Lycæna Phleas, '29. 41. of the crown (1833), id. 184; Lycænæ, id. 35. number of, and amount of their Lyceum Theatre fitted up for French property in the custody of the

plays, '28. 174; (new) account Court of Chancery (1833), id. of, '35. 242, 243. 186.

Lychnis, the scarlet, '28. 36. and idiots, clerk of the Lycium barbarum, '29. 65. custodies of, office abolished, '34. Lycophron, '31.64; '32. 48 ; “Com175; pauper, total number of, in

mentary on," id. 51. England and Wales, where con Lycurgus, '28. 50; '32. 48. fined, and expenses of same, and Lydgate, John, '31. 68; '32. 59. proportion they bear to the whole Lydia, destroyed by Cyrus, '28. population of each county, in 51. 1837, 38. 193.

Lydney and Lidbrook Railway, parpauper, in Ireland (1830), ticulars of, '41.62. '31. 114, 115; lunatics, &c. Lying-in hospitals, infirmaries, and (Ireland) Act (5 & 6 W. IV. c. charities in and near London, '30. 17), '36. 110; Asylum, Dublin, 141-143. Act (1 W. IV. c. 13), *32. 138.

women, mortality of, in Lunation, Indian division of, '30. various places, '39. 29, 30; north24.

ern dispensary for the delivery of, Lune, accident and loss of life on and for the relief of sick poor the, '31. 236.

servants, '30. 113. Luneville, peace of, '28. 63; '31. Lylie, John, '31. 72; '32. 59. 55.

Lyme, difference of time between, Lungs, diseases of, discovered by and London, '31. 15.

the stethoscope, '35. 35 ; diseases Regis, population and repre

of the, infirmary for, '30. 141. sentation of, '33. 61. Luni, solar year explained, '30.6. Lymington, population and repreLupine tree, '29. 65.

sentation of, '33. 63. Lupinus arboreus, '29. 65.

Lympstone, fire at, '34. 245. Lupus, Servatus, -32. 66.

Lyndhurst, Lord Chaucellor, '28. Lurgan, population of, in 1821 and 69; 29. 234; his Bill for a new 1831, 34. 91.

Chancery judge, '31. 102, 205; Lushington, Dr., his statement of defeats the Reform Bill, '33. 230;

the law relating to marriage in again Lord Chancellor, '36. 239;

England before 1754, '37. 66. elected High Steward of Cam“ Lusiad, the,” '32. 70.

bridge University, '41. 256. Luther, M., 31. 70; '32. 64;

Road Act, '42. 195.

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