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Prostanthera lasianthos, '31. 42;

violacea, id. ib. Prostitution in Paris, state of, '35.

48. Prostitutes, number of, in London,

'40. 11l; arrest of (1829), '30.

137. Protea cynaroides, '31. 43; speciosa,

id. ib. Protection for printing papers, de

bates on, '41. 203. Protective duties, when and how

impolitic, '35. 104-108; impolicy of, '41. 120. “Protector,” East Indiaman, wreck

of, '40. 254. Protestant charter schools in Ireland,

grants for, from 1801 to 1829,

41. 198. “Protestant clergy,” meaning of the

words declared by the judges, 41. 206.

Dissenters and General Life and Fire Insurance Company Act, '41. 215; school, '30. 156; charity school, id. ib.

dissenting ministers, society for the relief of aged and infirm, '30. 147; society for the relief of the necessitous widows and children of, id. 146.

meeting at Dublin in favour of the church, '35. 260.

succession of England secured, '31. 50.

union in Germany, '28. 60. Protestants,

war in favour of, '31. 47; in France, aided by Queen Elizabeth, id. 46. Prothonotary of the Court of Chan

cery, office abolished, '34. 175. Protracted pregnancy, considered,

'36. 31; cases of, frequently fatal in general hospitals, '39. 29. Prout, his discoveries in the treat

ment of stone and gravel, '35. 35,

36.
Providence, taken by the English,

'28. 60. Provident Institution, establishment

at Doncaster, and its tables, '33. 115-119. Provident Life Assurance Office, its

division of profits, '31. 87.

“Provincial Medical and Surgical

Association,” Transactions of, referred to, '36. 31; their report on vaccination, and re-vaccination,

41. 59. Provins rose, '29. 67. Provision-merchants and corn-deal

ers, their value, '34. 45. Provisions, adulteration of, remarks

on, '36. 21–25; prices of, regu• lated, '39. 64, 65; prices of, at various periods, from 1725, '34. 37, 38; prices of, in the London markets, from 1813 to 1831, id. 184; prices of, in Manchester from 1826 to 1832, id. 51; prices of, in London markets, in 1834, '36. 178; exports of, from Ireland, in 1825 and 1835, '39. 189.

clothing, and household stores, prices by contract of, at Greenwich Hospital, in 1834, '36.

177. Proxy, voting by, in the House of

Lords, resolution against, rejected,

38. 203. Prudence in marriage, '29. 136,

137, 142. Prudentius, '31. 65; Clemens A.,

'32. 53. Prunelloes, see Fruits. Prunes, duty on (1829), '30. 205 ;

import, export, and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 174; import and home consumption of, in 1830, '32. 178; '33. 177; in 1831, '34. 155 ; see further,

FRUITS. Prunus Armeniaca, '29. 66; Lau

rocerasus, id. ib.; Lusitanica, id.

ib. ; serotina, id. ib. Prussia, extent, population, and mi

litary force of, in 1828, '28. 71; monarchy of, its extent, population, sovereign, capital, religion, revenue, debt, army, and navy in 1828, 229. 70, 71; extent, population, and military force of (1831), '33. 55 ; population and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107; increase of inhabitants in, '29. 77; number of Jews in (1829), '30. 100; population, enumeration of, how made, 940. 105;

of one,

nata, id. ib.

proportion of revenue, debt, and 177; value of imports from, and army to population (1829), '30. of exports of home produce, &c., 100; population and territories and foreign and colonial mer. of, comprised in the Commercial chandize to, in 1831, '34. 160. League, 42. 112; taxation in, Prussia, vessels of employed in the less than the poor rates in England foreign trade of the United Kingand Wales in 1831, '35. 191; dom, in 1810, '42. 160. wages in, '34. 60; gold and silver Prussian Commercial League, comcoins of, their names, value, mencement of, '39. 1907; table weight, alloy, and value in Eng of the population and territories lish money (1829), '30. 107; a belonging to, '42. 112-115. dukedom, '28. 59; independent Prussic acid, poisonous properties of Sweden, '31. 48; its inde. of, and remedies against, '28. 121. pendence acknowledged, '28. 60; Prynne, '31. 72; '32. 60. made a kingdom, id. 61; and Przipcov, '31. 73; '32. 76.

Russia, league between, id. 64. Psalidas, '31. 78; '32. 52. Prussia, king of, dies, '41. 254., Psammeticus, '28. 50.

homage done to the new Psellus, Michael, '31. 66; *32. 51. king of, '41. 255 ; representation Psoas abscess, derivation of the established, id. ib. ; his reform term, '35. 327. of the law, &c., '42. 237; British Psoralia pedunculata, '31. 43; pinconsuls and vice-consuls to, where employed, and amount of their Ptelea trifoliata, '29. 66. salaries (1828), '3). 180 ; TRADE Ptolemais, conquered by the Cruwith : coals, quantity of, ex saders, '28. 57. ported to, in 1833, 35, 186; in Ptolemy, '28. 52, 54; *31. 65; 1840, '42. 163, 164 ; cotton '32. 49; astronomical tables, *29. goods, value of, exported to, in 58; evection discovered by, '34. 1832, '35. 178; British, quantity 22; treatise on optics, '29. 62; and value of exports to, in 1833 sexagesimal arithmetic, id. 56. and 1831, '36. 169; in 1838, '40. Public buildings, miscellaneous, 182; machinery, exports to, value progress of, in 1830, '31. 217. of, in 1838, id. 183; quantity of

debt, amount and annual rum exported to, in 1829, '31:186; charge of the funded debt from in 1831, '33. 183; and Germany, 5th of January, 1815, to 5th export of rum to, in 1832, '34. January, 1834, and price of 3 169; wool and woollens, British, per cent. stock during that period, value of, exported to, in 1832, id. 35. 168, 169; see FINANCE. 167; value of exports to, in 1828, dispensary, '30. 143. '31. 177; of British produce, &c.

good, league of, '31. 44. to, in 1830, '33. 179; of exports

health, dissertation on, and to (1831), '34. 158; value and facts relating to, '40.29—51. particulars of, in 1838, '40. 183;

health, morals, and intelliin 1827, 1830, 1833, 1834, and gence, documents relating to, '28. 1835, '37. 159; in 1836, '38.173; 172. in 1836 and 1837, '39. 189; in

houses, number of, for the 1838, 40. 181; in 1839, 41. sale of ale, beer, and spirits, and 188; in 1840, '42. 163 ; Imports: also for the sale of beer and ale bones, imports from, in 1837, only, in each county of England '39. 193; wheat, &c., quantity of, and Wales (1831), '32. 185; reimported from, in 1833, '35. 180; gulations of, under the New Poin 1835, 1838, 1839, and 1840, lice Act, '40. 154. '42. 80; wool, import of, from,

improvements up to 1827, and value of exports of British '28. 173–179; brief notice of woollens to, in 1833, '35. 176, the progress of (1828), '29.215

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229; in 1829, '30. 233—254 ; in 1831, '32. 217—235; in 1832, *33. 212--227 ; in 1833, '34. 207-239; in 1834, '35. 227– 249; in 1835, '36. 214-237; in 1836, '37.229-251 ; in 1837, '38. 218243; in 1838, 39. 219-247; in 1839, 40. 222– 251 ; in 1840, '41. 225—253;

in 1841, '42. 201—233. Public money, an account of the

balance of, remaining in the Excheqner, January 5, 1827, &c., '28. 164; see also, FINANCE,

payable to the Bank instead of the Exchequer, *35. 130.

offices, number of, in 1821 and 1832, and amount of salaries, '34. 177; abolition of, and saving hy same, id. ib.; savings effected in, from 1815 to 1835, '37. 183.

peace in Ireland, Act for better prevention and more speedy punishment of offences endangering the (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 48), '36. 124, 125.

petitions, number of, presented, with their number of sig. natures, in the session of 1834, and their several objects, '35.224 -226; of session 1835, '36. 212 -214; of session 1836, '37. 226 --228; of session 1837, 38, 215 -218; of session 1837-38, '39. 216–218; of session 1839, 40. 219-222; of session 1840, 41. 223—225 ; see PETITIONS.

records, Act for establishment of an office of, &c. (1 and 2 Vict. c. 94), '39. 161, 162; office for, in George-street, Westminster, '31. 215.

roads (Ireland), repairs, further Act (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 31), '36. 120.

schools, education in, extended, 41.161, 162.

walks, motion for a committee on, by Mr. Slaney, '34.

bili for, introduced, :36. 197.

works, advances for, in the year 1833, '35. 167; expenses of,

in 1834, 1835, and 1836, 37. 152; Act for issue of exchequer bills (7 W. IV. and i Vict. c. 51), '38. 148, 149; and fisheries, Act granting money for (3 Vict. c. 10), '41. 140; Ireland, Amendment Act 16 and 7 W. IV. c. 108), '37. 146; further Act for same (7 W.IV.and I Vict. c. 21),

38. 130. Publicans, not to serve liquors to

persons under the age of sixteen, 40. 154; rental of, in England and Wales, 1840, 41. 197 ; see

also, LICENSED VICTUALLERS. Pudsey, population of, '33. 78. Puerto Cabello, consul at, his salary

(1828), '31. 183. Puffendorff

, S. von, '31. 72; '32. 65. Pugin, Mr. A. Welby, architect of

Oscott Catholic College Chapel, '39. 222; of the Catholic Church, Derby, '40. 233, 234 ; of St. Chad's Church, Birmingham, '42. 213; of the church in St.George's

Fields, id. 216. Pul, '28. 50. Pulci, '31. 70; '32. 55. Pulgar, '31. 71. Pulgas, Fern. del, '32. 70. Pulham Inclosure Act, '39. 210. Pulley, Archimedes, '29. 61. Pulleyn, Robert, '31. 68; '32. 58. Pulteuæa daphnoides, '31. 43. Pultowa, battle of, '28. 61. Pumice stones, duty on (1829), '30.

202. Pump, improvement in the, 28.

184. Pungunee, a Malabar month, '30.

25. Punie War, first, 28. 52; second,

id, ib.; ends, id. 53; third, id. ib. Punica Granatum, '29. 66. Punishment, uncertainty of, its per

nicious effect, '36. 47; of death abolition, Act in certain cases (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 62), '33. 148; see further, Death, EXECUTIONS.

for offences committed on the seas, the same as if com

mitted on land, '28. 130. Punishments in the army, particu

lars of, for five years, ending December 31st, 1835, '37. 184.

187;

Punishments, secondary, number and

extent of, inflicted in England and Wales (1826), :29. 89; in

flicted in France (1826), id. ib. Purchas, S., '31. 72; '32. 60. Purchasers' Protection Act (2 Vict.

c. 11), '40. 143, 144. Purging, frequently produced by

suppression of insensible perspira

tion, '29. 119. Purification, day of, or Candlemas,

28. 9. Purifying air of sick rooms, mode of,

'28. 112. Purim, '28. 14; little, id. ib. Purple magnolia, '31.41.

flowered lachnæa, '31. 41; Swainsona, id. 43. Puseyite tracts, meeting condem

natory of, at Oxford, '42. 237. Pushkin, Alexander, dies, '38. 128. Puss-moth, '29. 34. Putative father of bastard, corro

boration, &c., '35. 156. Putney, population of, '33. 73. Putrescent, or septic poisons, '28.

123, 124; table of, id. 115. Putter, '31. 76 ; '32. 65. Putwarry, what he is, '33. 95. Pyanepsion, an Attic month, '30. 8. Pyramidal heath, '31.39. Pyrenean chain of mountains, and their several heights, '33. 27-29; alphabetical index to same, &c.,

id. 49–53. Pyrenees, treaty of the, '31, 48. Pyrrhus, defeat of, in Italy, '28. 52. Pyrus Botryapium, :29. 66; Cydonia, id. ib. ; Japonica, id. 33, 66 ;

spectabilis, id. 66. Pythagoras, '28. 51; '31. 64; '32.

48; his correction of the system of astronomy, '29. 57; explains the doctrine of sounds, id. 55;

“ Life of,'' '32. 49. Pytheas, of Marseilles, tides, '29.

58.

mons

28. 9; or first Sunday in Lent,

id. 10. Quadrant, or backstaff, '29. 62.

Hadley, '29. 62

of altitude, wbat it is, 42. 24.

Regent-street, shop front in, account and view of, '41. 247. Quadratures, method of, illustrated,

'35. 10. Quadrio, F. X., '31. 74; *32. 57. Quadrupeds, in February, 29. 32;

in January, id. 30; in June, id.

38; in March, id. 34. Quadruple Alliance, '31. 50. Quæstors, at Rome, '28. 51. Quainton Inclosure Act, '41, 214. Quakers, or Friends, in England,

28. 60; affirmation allowed in civil and criminal trials (9 G. IV. c. 32), '29. 154, 155 ; may make affirmation where oath required (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 49), '34. 128; committee of the Com

on the affirmation of a M.P., id. 186; reported sufficient, id. ib. ; their persons not to be liable in suit for tithes (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 74), '36. 132; declaration of, to be taken on election to certain offices instead of an oath (1 Vict. c. 5 and 15), '39. 143, 144; former members of the class of, affirmations of, al. lowed (1 and 2 Vict. c. 77), id. 158.

Yard Viaduct, on the Taff Vale Railway, account of, '42.

61. Qualification of Freeholders Bill

(Ireland), debated, '30.221–224; of Members of Parliament, Act to amend the laws relating to the (1 and 2 Vict. c. 48), '39. 152; for killing game, dispensed with,

'32. 154. Quantities, sigus for, Vieta, '29. 55.

indeterminate, algebra, Descartes, '29. 56. Quarantine ordered, of Sunderland

vessels, '33. 227. Quare impedit, Act to give costs in

actions of (4 W. IV. c. 39), *35.

142. Quarter days, cross, '28. 12.

Q.

Quackery, the general belief in, '28.

114; medical, mischief of, id. ib. Quadragesima Sunday, meaning of,

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Quarter sessions, times for holding,

regulated (1 W. IV. c. 70), '31. 166 ; restrained from trying certain offences, '35. 141 ; jurisdiction of, taken away in certain cases, '42. 139; power for borough justices to commit for trial to (4 W. IV. c. 27), '35. 135 ; adjourned, juries may be summoned to attend, '39. 143; courts of, increase of cases tried in, 1834 and 1835, '37. 174, 175; number of appeals to, in England and Wales, in 1836, '39. 194 ; proportion of otfenders tried at, in 1835 and 1837, id. 95 ; criminals tried in, in 1835, 1837, and 1839, '41. 115. Quarterly Journal of Science,” re

ferred to, '30. 47. Quartide, a French revolutionary

day, 30. 20. Quebec, battle of, '28. 61; cholera

morbus at, '33. 231; fire at, '35. 253 ; fall of Cape Diamond at, '42. 238 ; judges of, their salaries, '41. 152.

(Leeds), Road Act, '39. 213. Quedgley Inclosure Act, '39. 209. Queen Anne's Bounty, grants to the

governors of, from 1809 to 1820, 41. 198.

- office of, and of First Fruits and Tenths, consolidated (1 Vict. c. 20), '39. 147.

Charlotte's Lying-in-Hos. pital, '30. 141. “Queen Mab,” Mr. Moxon con

victed for publishing, '42. 240. Queen-street," Little, church in, building, '31. 214.

Victoria, her answer to the Lords' address on education committee, '40. 206; her intended marriage announced to parliament, '41. 199; addresses on, id. 202; addresses to, on the attempt on her life, id. 208; answer to same, id. ib. 209; prorogues parliament, '42. 239'; visits the Duke of Bedford and Earl Cowper, id. 240; gives birth to a daughter, '41. 256; gives birth to a son,

Queen's Bench, expenses of the Court of, in 1836, '38. 187.

county, population of, in 1821 and 1831, '34. 90; electors, number of, in, in 1834, '37. 182.

- household, Act for support of, and of the honour and dignity, &c. (Civil List Act), (1 Vict. c. 2), '39. 142, 143; ladies of, question of their removal on change of ministry, '10. 202, 203.

message to parliament, on her accession, '38. 205 ; for increased allowance to Duchess of Kent, '39. 200.

speech on proroguing parliament, after her accession, July 17th, 1837, '38. 205; on opening parliament, November 15th, 1837, 39. 198, 248; August 16th, 1838, id. 207; on February 5th, 1839, 40. 196 ; on 26th August, 1839, id. 209; on 16th January, 1840, 41. 199, 200; on 11th August, 1840, id. 212; on 22nd January, 181), '42. 172; on 22nd June, 1841, id. 185; on 19th August,

1841, id, ib. Queensferry, population of, '33. 86;

Passage Act, '31. 211. Quénisset, François, shoots at the

sons of Louis Philippe, '42. 243. Quercus Berris '29. 66 ; coccinia,

id. ib. ; ilex, id. ib. ; prunis, id.

ib.; suber, id. ib. Quern, or hand-mill, '29. 61. Quesada, General, remonstrance of, '35. 253;

is murdered, '37. 255. “Questions and Answers on the

Law,' '32. 47.

on

va

rious Subjects,” '32. 47. Quevedo, F., '31. 73; '32. 71. Quicksilver, duty on (1829), '30.

200; (1832), '33. 192; import, export, and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 174; 1830, '32. 178; '33. 177; in 1831, '34. 155 ; quantity exported in 1833 and 1834, '36. 156; exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 162; imports of, value of, in 1831 and 1835, id. 163; import and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 185; the

'42. 244.

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