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30; subdued by Lord Clive, '32. ib.; at Barrackpore, id. 45; at Seringapatam, id. 43; at Sheerness, '28. 63; at Vellore, '32.

43. Mutisia speciosa, '31. 42. Mutton, price of, average, in South

wark, at Lady-day in every tenth year, from 1691 to 1831, '34. 184; average London price of, from 1813 to 1831, id, ib; price

of, in London, in 1834, '36. 178. Mutual assurance, observations on,

28. 127; its principle and advantage, '31. 94. Mutualis, Emir of, attempts an in

surrection in Haouran, '42. 233. Muyscas, their accuracy of the

lunar year, '30. 29. Muza, '28. 56. Mycale, battle of, '28. 51. Mycenæ, destroyed, '28. 51. Mylocaryum ligustrinum, '29. 66. Myriamètre (French), its value, '30.

113. Myrrh, duty on (1832), '33. 192. Myrica cerifera, :29. 66. Myrtle, candleberry, '29.66; wool

ly-leaved, '31. 42. Myrtle-leaved Eugenia, '31. 39. Myrtus tomentosa, '31. 42. Mysore, division of, "28, 63; '32.

40; half of, ceded by Tippoo, '32. 39; half of the Nizam ceded to the English, id. 41. Mytelene, battle of, '28. 66.

Nagpore, taken, '32. 44.
Naharro, Torres, '32. 70.
Nahasse, an Abyssinian month, '30.

13.
Nahum, '31. 64 ; '32. 46.
Naim, population of, '33. 86.
Nairnshire, population of, and of

the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831; value of real property in, and its representation, 33. 86; 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. 183; houses, number of inhabited, uninhabited, and building in, 1841, '42. 108; occupations of persons in (1831), '35. 101; turnpike trusts, their extent and income in (1831), id. 193; gates in, rents of, in 1833,

1834, and 1835, '37. 178. Nakhetchevan, ceded to Russia, '29.

235; '31. 61. Nandina domestica, '31. 42. Nani, G. B., '31. 72; '32. 56. Nankeen, value of, sold at India

Company's sales, in 1834-35,'36.

171. Nantes, British consul at, his salary

(1828), '31. 181; riot at, '37.256. Nantille Railway Bill, 29. 182.

account of, '37. 92; 41. 66. Nantwich, population of, '33. 59 ;

riot at, '30. 260. Nantz, edict of, *28. 59; revoked,

id. 60. Napier, John, '31. 72 ; '32. 59.

Lord, decimal fractions, Rabdologia, *29. 56; invents logarithms, '28. 60; on logarithms, 29. 61.

Admiral, his victory over the Miguelites, '34. 246.

Commodore, his arrangement with Mehemet Ali, &c., '42. 233, 234 ; 'vote of thanks to, in Parliament, id. 173, 174; dinner to, at Liverpool, id. 238; presented with the freedom of London, id. 243.

N.

Naas, population of, in 1821 and

1831, '34. 90.
Nabonassar, era of, '30. 15.
Nabopolassar, '28, 50.
Nachman, Judah bar, '32. 46.

Moses ben, '31. 68 ; '32.
47.
Nadir, what it is, 28. 90.
Schah, '28. 61.

of Persia, his massacre of the inhabitants of Delhi, '32.

27. Nævius, '28. 52. Naglowie, R. of, '32. 75.

Napier, Lord, dies at China, '36.

238. Naples, extent and population of, in

1828, '28. 71; in 1831, '33, 55;
kingdom of, increase of inhabit-
ants in, '29, 79; gold and silver
coins of, their names, value,
weight, alloy, and value in
English money (1829), '30. 106;
the city taken, 28. 64; revolu-
tion at, id. 65; king of, resigns,
id. ib.; war for the possession of,
'3). 45; treaty for the division
of, id, ib.; occupied by the Aus-
trians, '31, 60; Joseph Bona-
parte, king of, id. 56.

ex-queen of, dies, '40. 258.

British consul-general at, his salary (1828), *31. 181,

“ History of," "32. 57. Napoleon, coin, value of, '28. 165.

Emperor, see BONAPARTE. Narberth, population of, '33. 81. Narcissus, the, '28. 33, 35; meadow,

poisonous properties of, and re

medies against, id. 119. Narcotic poisons, table of, '28. 115. Nares, Rev. Dr. E., dies, '42. 124. Narrow-leaved bossiæa, '31, 37;

cyclopia, id. 38. Naruszewicz, '31, 77 ; 32.76. Nash, Mr., committee of enquiry

into charges against, '30. 226, 227; his interference in matters of crown lands questioned, '31. 200.

John, dies, '36. 108. Nasireddin, '31. 69; 32.78. Nasmyth, Alexander, dies, '41. 138. Nassau, duchy of, its extent, popu

lation, duke, capital, religion, revenue, debt, and army, in 1828, 29. 70, 71; population and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107; population of, and comprised in the Prussian Commercial League, '42. 115.

balloon, voyages from Vauxhall to Wielburg, '37. 257. Nasturtium, the, 28, 36. Nathan, '31. 65, 66; 32. 47.

of Babylou, '32. 46. Nathaniel, the original name of

Saint Barthomew the Apostle, *28. 12.

“ National," editor of the, prose

cuted and acquitted, '42. 243. National Assembly of France, de

clare various wars, 31. 54; at Versailles, id. 62.

Benevolent Institution, 30. 146.

Convention, meeting in favour of a, '31. 245.

debt, history of, '32. 79– 99; progressive increase of, from 1689 to 5th January, 1817, '34. 150; amount of, from 1787 to 1827, 28. 163; amount of, in 1827 and 1828, '29. 186; on 5th January, 1829, and charge thereof, '30. 197; on 5th January, 1828, and 5th January, 1831, '32. 176; annual interest of, in 1831, id. 89; amount of, in the year ended 5th January, 1833, '34. 150; account of, and annual charge thereof, from 5th of January, 1815, to 5th January, 1834, and average price of Three per cent. Stock during the same period, '35. 168, 169; amount of, on 5th January, 1836, .'37. 155.

annuities for life, not grantable (9 G. IV. c. 16), '29. 145; Act giving power to grant, for life or years (10 G. IV. ! c. 24), '30. 175—179.

reduction, Act amending Acts for regulating the reduction of (10 G. IV. c. 27); '30. 179, 180; Reduction Amendment Act (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 24), '34. 117; money and stock, &c., received by the commissioners for the redemption of, from the sale of life or other terminable annuities, '31. 196; purchases made by the commissioners for reducing, from 1793 to 1815, '32.87 ; saving accrued to the public by the conversion of stock from a higher to a lower rate of interest, 1822, 1826, 1830, and 1834, 36. 150 ; Mr. Buckingham's scheme for the reduction of, '31, 196.

Gallery, vote of money for, '33. 231; excavations for, '34. 213; progress of, '35.238 ; progress of, and observations on

its expected effect, '36. 228, 229; further progress of, account of, and observations on, and plan of same, id. 234, 235 ; completion of, remarks on, and view of the portico, '38. 220—222 ; number of visitors to, in each month from April to December 1838, and number of students at, in the same year, '40. 195; opening of, on Sunday, motion relating to,

41. 210, 211. National Guard of France, dis

banded, '28. 69; of Paris, resume their arms and uniform, '31. 237; their address to M. Thiers, '41. 256.

Guardian Institution, '30. 151.

Iustitute of France, established, 28. 63.

Legislative Assembly, in France, '28. 62.

Loan Fund Life Assurance Society Act, '39. 210.

Life Assurance Office, its division of profits, '31. 88.

monuments, committee on, appointed, .42. 180.

petition, presented, '40. 205 ; motion for committee on, id. 206.

Repository, King's Mews, 30. 164.

Silk Weavers' Society, 30. 157.

Society, '30. 159; grants for education through, from 1834 to 1838, '39. 197; number of schools, and scholars of, in Eng. land, in 1818, 29. 92; number of Sunday schools in the various dioceses of England and Wales in 1826, id. 95 ; schools of, number of, and of scholars in, in 1826 and 1832, '33. 122; report of the National Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in the principles of the Established Church (1832), '33. 120–122.

Society for Preservation of Life from Shipwreck, '30. 152.

Vaccine Establishment, '30. 141 ; annual report of (1829), id. 101; annual report of, '32.

21; when established, and its original object, '34. 31 ; supply of vaccine matter by, to capitals of Europe, '39. 61 ; report of, for 1838, id. ib.; for 1839, 40. 60,

61. Natural affections, destroyed by excessive spirit-drinking, '29. 123.

appearances of the English year, '28. 31–41.

History of the Weather, '30. 68–89; '31. 28–36.

philosophy and mathematics, table of some of the leading observations and discoveries in, and of the inventions by which they have been facilitated, with

names and dates, '29. 55–63. Naturalist, observations of a, *29.

28—45 ; on the several months of the year, '30. 36–47. “ Nature of Man,” '32. 50. Naumburg, treaty of, '31. 46. Nautical Almanac, first published,

29. 62; account of, and fully described, id. 12–15; table of refractions from, '30. 48; supplement to, referred to, '32. 19; Almanac referred to, passim, '35. 18–26 ; referred to, as to determining latitude and longitude,

'41. 37. Naval Charitable Society, '30. 147.

departments, reductions in, :37. 183.

“ Histories," '32. 59.
victories, '28. 63.

and Military Bible Society, 30. 153. Navan, population of, in 1821 and,

1831, '34. 90. Navarino, captured by Ibrahim

Pacha, '28. 66 ; battle of, id. 70; debate upon, '29. 201; taken possession of by the French, id. 245 ; citadel of, blown up, '31.

233. Navarre, founded, 28. 56; united

to Spain, id. 59; fueros of, pro

visionally abolished, '42. 234. Navigable canals, when they commenced in England, '29, 182.

rivers and canals, Act to provide for keeping the peace on (3 & 4 Vict. c. 50), '41. 154.

Navigation, observations and dis

coveries in, '29.62; first treatise

on, id. ib.

see

Act, in England, 28. 58; Act passes, id. 60; Act for the encouragement of British shipping and (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 54), '34, 135, 136. Acts,

PRIVATE Bills.

of rivers or canals, penalties for obstructing, '28. 144 ; and see also 3 & 4 Vict. c. 50, '41. 154.

treaty between England and France, '28. 67; 31. 61; between England and Sweden,

id. ib. Navy, number of officers of, on Ja

nuary 1st, 1834, employed and unemployed, '35. 194; number of seamen, marines, and boys serving in the, in 1839, '41. 198; expenses of, in 1834, 1835, and 1836, '37. 152; in the year ended 5th January, 1841, '42. 150; state of the, discussed in the Lords, '40. 199, 200; Act to make regulations for more effectually manning the (5 & 6 W. IV. c. 24), '36. 116.

Board, abolition of, debates on,

'33. 201.

Civil Departments, Regulation Act (2 W. IV. c. 40), '33. 132.

pay of the (11 G. IV. c. 20), '31. 143 ; Pay Amendment Act (4 W. IV. c. 25), '35. 135.

treasurer of the, Poulett Thomson, '31. 240; treasurer's duties transferred (2 W. IV. c.40), '33. 132; his office, and that of paymaster-general, consolidated, $36. 121.

army, representation, and revenue, proportion of, to the population in the various states of Europe and in North America

(1829), '30. 100. Naxos, battle of, '28. 52. Neap tides, '28. 44 ; what they are,

id. 49. Nearchus, voyage of, *28. 52. Neat-house gardens, removal of, '31.

217.

Neath, population of, '33. 80 ;

Market Removal Act, '36. 207. Nebonassar, era of, 28. 50. Nechonia ben Hakkanah, '31. 65. Neckham, Alexander, '31. 68; 32.

58. Necrological table of literary men,

artists, and public characters, from October 1834 to November 1835, '36. 108; from November 1835 to November 1836, '37. 110; from September 1836 to October 1837, 38, 128 ; from September 1837 to November 1838, '39. 141, 142; from September 1838 to October 1839, 40. 140, 141; from August 1839 to November 1840, 41. 137, 138; from July

1810 to October 1841, '42. 124. Nectarine, the, '28. 38; '29. 64, 68. Negative and fractional indices,

Wallis, '29.56. Negro apprenticeship, resolution for

the determination of, rejected, 39. 203 ; carried in the Com. mons,

id. 205. clothing, &c., exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161; the same, in 1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 182.

slavery, results of the abolition of (1834), '36. 65—79; and EMANCIPATION;

APPRENTICESHIP; SLAVE. Nehemiah, '31, 64; '32, 46. Nehrlich, Gustavus, dies, '41. 138. Neilston, population of, '33. 87. Nelson, at Copenhagen, '28. 63; death of, id. ib.

monument, meeting for, amount of subscription up to (1838), '39. 251; proceedings concerning the competition for, '40. 222; premiums, to whom awarded, id. ib.; further account of, remarks on, and objections tv, :41. 226, 227; pedestal of same erected, '42. 201; strike of the masons employed on, id. 243.

Earl of, dies, '36. 241.

Mr. T. M., architect of the Princess's Theatre, .41, 241. Nemesianus, '31. 65; '32, 53. Nemesius, '31. 65 ; '32. 50. Nemours, Duke of, elected King of

see

Belgium, '32. 236 ; visits Prussia, Netherlands, trade with : coffee, quan'37. 254; marries the Princess of tity exported to, in 1832, '34. Saxe-Coburg Gotha, '41. 254 ; 169; quantity of rum exported shot at, '42. 243.

to, in 1829, '31. 186; in 1831, Nene Improvement Amendment Act, '33. 183; wool and woollens, 37. 224.

British, value of, exported to, in -Outfall Drainage Act,'30. 232. 1832, '34. 167; value of exports Nennius, '31. 66; '32. 57.

to, in 1828, '31. 177; value of Neophitus, Bamba, '32. 52.

exports of British produce, &c., to, Nepaul, kingdom of, its extent, po in 1830, '33. 179; value of ex

pulation, sovereign, capital, reli ports to, in 1831, '34. 158; value gion, revenues, and army, in 1828, of imports from, and of exports of *29. 72, 73.

home produce, &c., and foreign Nepaulese war begins, '32. 44.

and colonial merchandize to, in Neptune Marine Insurance Com 1831, id. 160. pary's Act, '42. 192.

and Holland, gold and Nerchinsk, treaty of, '31.51.

silver coins of, their names, value, Nerium B splendens, '31. 42; odo weight, alloy, and value in Engrum, id. ib.; oleander, id. ib.

lish money (1829), 30. 105. Nero, '28. 54.

American possessions Nerva, '28. 54.

of, their extent, population, capiNervous-leaved Hakea, '31.40.

tal, and religion, in 1828, '29. Nestor, of Kiew, '32. 76.

74, 75. Nestorius, Bishop of Constantinople, Nettle tree, '29.64. '28. 55.

red, dead, '29. 28. Nests of birds, their construction, Netzeband, Prussian league, '42. 29. 35; remarks upon, and on

112. their eggs and plumage, '30. 41, Neufchatel, extent and population 42; of the house sparrow, id. 37; of (1831), '33. 55. of the swallow, 29. 37; of

wasps, Neutrality, armed, '31. 53; treaty id. ib.

of, armed, id. 55. Netherlands, monarchy of the, its Nevers, Duke of, obtains Mantua,

extent, population, sovereign, ca 31. 47.
pital, religion, revenue, debt, Nevin, population of, '33. 79.
army,

and

navy, in 1828, 29. 70, Nevis, date of settlement, how go71; increase of inhabitants in the verned, population, imports, and kingdom of the, id. 78; popula exports, and tonnage inwards and tion and sovereign of (1836), outwards (1831), '32. 104, 105 ; '36. 107; proportion of revenue, education, state of, and amount debt, army, navy, and represen of population in, '34. 181; numtation, to population (1839), '30. ber of slaves in, in 1825, '29. 199;

number of Jews in the registered number of, in 1817 and (1829), id. ib.; government of, 1831, '34. 180; number of, in, opens its ports in the East Indies, appraised value of sales of, from 28. 67; petitions for trial by jury 1822 to 1830, and amount and in, '30. 261; M. de Potter com rate of compensation for, '39. mitted to prison, '31. 235; Slave 195; quantity of rum imported Trade Treaty Act (1 and 2 Vict. from, in 1829, '31. 186; in 1831, C. 41), '39. 151.

33. 183; value of imports and “ History of the,” '32. exports into and from, in 1833, 73; “ Ancient History of the," id. '37. 164. 74.

New Albion, discovered, '30. 95. British consuls to, where Annuities, amount of (1831), employed, and amount of their and period of their expiration, salaries (1828), '31. 181.

'32. 176.

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