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same, in 1838, '40. 177; the same, in 1839, 41. 184; the

same, in 1840, '42. 157. Quills, duty on (1829), '30. 205. Quince, common, '29. 66; Japan,

id. ib. Quinces, duty on (1832), '33: 192. Quinine, sulphate of, duty on

(1836), '37. 128. Quinquagesima Sunday, meaning

of, '28. 9. Quinsey, or sore throat, deaths

from, within the Bills of Mor

tality, in 1827, 29, 110. Quintal (French), its weight, '30.

113. Quintidi, a French revolutionary

day, '30. 20. Quintilian, '28. 54; '31. 65; '32.

53. Quintus Curtius, 31. 65 ; '32. 52.

Fabius Pictor, '28, 52.

Smyrnæus, '32. 50. “ Quotidienne newspaper conduct

ors, acquitted, '35. 254. Quotients, Mercator, '29. 56.

Radbert, '31. 67; Paschasius, 32.

66. Radcliffe, population of, '33. 66 ;

Road Act, '37.221. Radcliffe, Anne, '31, 76; '32. 62. Radford, population of, '33. 70. Radiation of heat, what it is, 31.

30; ceasing of the term explained,

id. 307. Radix, duty on (1832), '33. 192. Radnor, population and representa

tion of, '33. 81. Radnorshire, extent and popula.

tion of, und number of sessions, magistrates, and parishes in, '28. 79; population of, and of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831, value of real property in, and its representation, 133. 81; 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 1811, and increase per cent., id. 110; difference of time between the principal towns of, and London, *31. 23; bastards, number of, born in, in 1830, '34. 89; ex. cise licences issued, and public houses in, number of (1831),

32. 185; houses, number of inhabited, uninhabited, and building, in 1841, 42. 108; jurors in, in 1835, '37. 175 ; occupations of persons in (1831), 35. 94; offenders in, and proportion of, to population (1837), 39. 90; Rates: amount of poor and county rates levied in, in 1826, 29. 197; the same, for 1827, and account of its expenditure, id. 198; amount of poor-rate levied in, from March 1827 to March 1828, and expenditure of same, '30. 216 ; from March 1828 to March 1829, '31. 195; for year ending 25th March, 1830,'32. 184; for year ending 25th March, 1831, '33. 187; expended on the poor

in year ending Easter 1832, 34. 175; amount levied, and expenditure of same, for year ending 25th March, 1833, 35. 189; in the year ending 25th March, 1834

R.

Rab Ashe, or Rabashe, *31. 65 ; '32.

46. Rabad, '32. 47. Rabanus, '31. 66 ; Maurus, '32. 63. Rabba bar Nachmon, '31. 65; '32.

46. “ Rabboth," the, '32. 46. Rabdologia, Lord Napier, '29. 56. Rabelais, F., '28. 59; '31. 71 ; '32.

67. Rabener, '31. 76 ; '32. 65. Rabia I., -28. 15; II., id. ib. Rabiu, a Turkish month, '30. 21. Race-horse duty, produce of, in

1827, '29. 188. Race-horses, duty on (1835), '36.

130. Racine, J., '28. 60; '31. 73; '32. 68.

Louis, '31. 77 ; '32. 69. Racking pains, produced by exces

sive spirit-drinking, '29. 123. Racoon Skins, see Furs. Radak, '32. 47.

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'36. 174; proportion of paupers 98; their effect on old interests relieved, to the population, in 1839 connected with the turnpike roads, and 1840, '42.168; schools, num '42. 115, 116; accidents, few ber of Church of England in, upon, '40. 85; meeting held for and of scholars in same (1832), the pirevention of, '42. 235; pro'33. 121 ; turnpike trusts, their posed Board to regulate, &c., '40. extent and income in (1834), :35. 84; crossing turupike roads re193; trusts in, and income and quiring gates at each end (2 and expenditure of same, in 1834, '37. and 3 Vict. c. 45), id. 153 ; 177; the same, and length of the Regulation Act (3 and 4 Vict. c. roads, in 1839, '42. 122; house 97), '41. 166, 167; placed under tax, inhabited houses assessed to, the control of the Board of Trade, and rental of same, for year 1830,

id. 166; endangering persons '32. 106, 107.

on, drunkenness, trespass on, &c., Radstadt, congress of, '31. 54; penalties for, id. 167 ; opening peace of, id. 50.

of, regulated, id. 166. Raf, '31. 65; '32. 46.

Railways, Acts for, number of, passed Rafnia triflora, '31. 43.

in each year, from 1801 to 1836, Ragoba, treaty with, '32. 33.

'37. 85; Acts for, passed in 1837, Rags, duty on (1829), '30. 200 ; their titles, length, and amount of

woollen, duty on (1836), '37. 128. capital, '38. 66. Ragusa, consul at, his salary (1828),

and canals in progress, or 31. 181.

completed, in 1829, 30. 244 silver coins of, their names, 253; in progress (1830), '31. value, weight, alloy, and value in 229 - 233; 1831, 32. 235;

English money (1829), '30. 107. number of lines opened in 1839, Ragusan (Ragusa), its value, &c.,

40. 86 ;

lines partially, &c. (1829), '30. 107.

opened up to 1840, '41. 83. Ragwort, the, '28. 39.

carriages on, composition Raikes, Mr., failure of, '35. 261. and mileage duty for, in 1836, Railroads, see RAILWAYS.

1837, and 1838, '40. 192; mileRailton, Mr., his design for the age duty on several for three

Nelson monument, account of, years, ended January 5, 1839, '40. 222.

id. 85; mileage and composition Railway Act, see Private Bills. duties on, in 1836, 1837, 1838, Railways, supposed period of their and 1839, 41. 197; in 1838,

introduction in England,'37.75; 1839, and 1840, '42. 116; mails Great Britain, history and general

on,

Act for, and regulations of account of, up to 1836, id. 74– same (1 and 2. Vict. c. 98), '39. 108; account of, up to 1837,'38. 162, 163. 48–67; up to 1838, '39. 112

travellers on, duty on (2 124; up to 1839, 40. 76—93; and 3 W. IV. c. 120), '33. 166 up to 1840, '41. 60-97; opened -168; amount of duty received in 1841, '42. 56—72; table on, in 1830 and 1840, '42. 116; shewing the names, course, date travelling on, speed of, '30. 264; of Acts for, date of opening, rate of, by the Rocket, id. 251; branches, length of miles, original miles run by engines on, and exand present capital, what power penses, and other facts relating to, used, &c., on the railways of *40. 81–84 ; passengers on, numGreat Britain, in chronological ber of, conveyed by various, in order, from 1801 to 1840, '41. 62 1838, id. 79, 80; number of, in -81; improvements in the con 1840, calculated, '42. 116. struction of, '37. 75–81 ; their

in Ireland, commission of effect on the expenses of mail inquiry on, appointed, '37. 257 ; conveyance to the post-office, '42. sum voted for, '40. 200.

25.

snow, id. 85.

Raimund Lullo, '32. 70.

Ramsden, diving machine, '29. 60. Rain, its formation described, '30. Ramsey, population of, '33. 64.

87, 88; average quantity of, fall Ramsgate, population of (1821), '29. ing in the year, near London, id. 82; Cavendish Chapel at, account 89; the same in Great Britain, id. of, '41, 232, 233; Improvement ib.; average quantity in each Act, '39. 211; Water Act, '36. month of the year, id. ib.; fre 208. quently follows bright mornings Ramus, '31.71 ; '32. 67. in autumn, id. 43; reason for its Randel's Club, '30. 160. following bright mornings in au Randolph, his outrage on the Presi. tumn, id. ib.

dent of the United States, '34. gauge, new register, '28. 185. 244. water, not fit for cooking, '36.

Mr. Thomas, first post

master of England, '40. 63. cloud, '30. 84; its appearance

Dr., his bequest to the is always followed by rain or University of Oxford, '42. 102.

Ranger, Mr., his newly invented hail, and snow, remarks upon, artificial stone, '28. 180. 30. 87-89.

Rangoon, captured, '28. 66; *32. Rainaldi, '31. 72; Oderic, '32. 56. 45. Rainy black cloud, '30. 84.

Ranuuculus, poisonous properties Raisins, duty on (1829), '30. 205. of, and remedies against, '28. 119;

import, export, and home aquatilis, '30. 39, 40; ficaria, 29. consumption of, in 1828, '31. 33. 174; import and home consump Ranville, M. de, trial and sentence tion of, 1830, '32. 178; '33. 177; of, '32. 235. in 1831, 34. 155; import and Rape, punishment for (9 G. IV. c. home consumption of, and duty 31), 29. 151; punishment of on, in 1837, '39. 185; the same, death for, abolished, and transin 1838, 40. 177; the same, in portation for life substituted, '42. 1839, 41. 183 ; produce of addi 139; number of executions for, tional duties on, 1840 and 1841, in England and Wales (1826),

'42. 153; see further, Fruits. '29. 89; decrease of the crime, in Ralbag, '32. 47.

1810, '42. 101. Raleigh, '31. 72; '32. 59.

Rape of Helen,” '32. 50. Ram, '32. 47.

Rape seed, see Seeds. Ramadan, '28. 15; a Turkish month, Raphael, Mr. Alexander, swom :30. 21.

sheriff of London, '35. 261; his Ramage, front-view reflecting tele alleged purchase of a seat in Par

liament, committee on, '37. 188; Rambam, '32. 47.

report of, resolutions relating to Ramban, '32. 17.

same, id. 197. Ramilies, battle of, :28. 61.

Raphoe, Bishop of, his revenue Ramler, 31. 76 ; '32. 65.

(1831), '34 178. Rammohun Roy, Rajah, dies, '34. Rapin, '31. 75; Paul, '32. 68. 248.

Rases, '31. 67; '32.78. Rampling, Mr. C., architect of the Rashba, '32. 47.

Medical Institution, Liverpool, Rashbam, '32. 47.
38. 230.

Rashbi, '32. 46.
Rampton inclosure Act, '40. 212. Rashelf Inclosure Act, '35. 218.
Ramsay, Allan, 31. 74; '32. 61. Rashi, '32. 47.

Mr., his invention of the Rashova, capture of, '30. 262. cold injection for anatomical pre Rask, '31, 79; '32. 75. parations, '28. 185.

Raspberry, the, '28. 37; flowering, Ramsdean İnclosure Act, '40. 212. 29. 67; Virginian, id. ib.

scope, '29. 63.

ib.;

Rastadt, peace of, '28. 61; congress Estates Sale Act, '40. 218; Gas of, peace of, id. 63.

Light Act, '37. 220 ; Union ComRastrick, population of, '33.78. pany.

Act, id.

Water Mr., his survey of the line Works Company Further Act, of the Brighton Railway, '42. '36. 208. 68.

Reading, Robert of, '37. 22; his Ratcliff, rental of the parish of travels and works, id. 23. (1829), 29. 85.

Ready-furnished lodgings, punishRates, comparison of the expendi ment for robbing, '28. 137.

ture of, before and since the pass Real actions, except writs of dower, ing of the Poor Law Amendment quare mpedit, and ejectment, Act, '37. 53–57.

abolished (3 & 4 W. IV., c. 27), Ratherius, '31. 66.

'34. 117. Rathfriland, population of, in 1821 estate, stealing evidences of and 1831, '34. 92.

title to, punishment for, '28. 133. Rathkeale, population of, in 1821 property, value of, in the seveand 1831, '34. 91.

ral counties and principal towns and Croagh Inclosure of Great Britain, as assessed in Act, .40. 212.

April 1815, 33. 57—88; in the Rathven, population of, '33. 82. county of Middlesex, value of, Rating, amount of, motion concern in 1815 and 1828, id. 67, 68;

ing the reduction of, '42. 181. limitations of actions and suits Ratio, definition and sign of, *28. relating to, to twenty years (3 and 105.

4 W. IV. c. 27), '34. 117. “ Rational Religionists,” mentioned

in India, liable to pay in the House of Lords, '41. 200, debts (9 G. IV., c. 33), '29, 155. 201.

commission appointRatisbon, peace of, '31. 47; truce ed, 29. 239. of, id. 49.

Reallillo (Spain), value of, &c. Ratsbane, poisonous properties of, (1829), '30. 109.

and remedies against, '28. 123. Reals (Spain), their value, &c. Rattlesnake, venom of, and reme (1829), '30. 108. dies against, '28. 123.

“Reasons for the enactment of the Raube Alpe mountains, and their Laws of Moses,“' '32. 47.

several heights, '33. 43; alpha- Réaumur, 28. 61; '31, 75; '32. betical index to same &c., id. 69; thermometer, 29. 63; his 49-53.

graduation of the thermometer Raumer, see REAUMUR.

used by the Germans, '30. 90 ; Raumore Inclosure Act, '36. 206. his calculation on the fecundity Ravaillac assassinates Henry IV., of the hop-fly, id. 40. 28. 60.

Reaumuria hypericordes, '31. 43. Ravenna, the Germans at, '28. 55. Reay, Lord, elected representative Ravensmoor Inclosure Act, '36. peer for Scotland, '36. 240. 206.

Rebdorf, '31. 68; Heinrich von, Rawmarsh Road Act, '39. 213.

32. 63. Rawson, Mr. R. W., his tables of “ Rebellion, History of the," '32. 60.

the statistics of crime in England, Rebellion in Ireland, '28. 63. '40. 136-139.

in Scotland, '28, 61. Ray, John, '31. 74 ; '32. 60.

Receipt stamps, amount and rate Rayal, G., '31. 77; '32. 69.

of duty on, under 501., in 1832, Raynourd, dies, -38. 128.

'34. 177; amount of, in 1837, '39. Reading, population of (1821), 29. 178; the same in 1838, '40. 173;

82; population and representation allowances upon, to stationers, on of, '33. 57 ; St. John's Church in, purchase of (9 G. IV., c. 27), account of, '39. 221 ; Corporation 29. 148; receipts under 51.,

stamp duty on, repealed, '34.

116. Receiver of stolen goods, punish

ment of, '28. 139; may be indicted though the principal be

not convicted, id. ib. Receiving stolen goods, punishment

for, '28. 138, 139. “Recidives," in France, '35. 42 ;

number of, in France, from 1827

to 1832, id. 52. Re-committals in England and

Wales, observations on, '36. 43 ; number of, in each county, in England and Wales (1834), id.

44. Record Commission, committee of,

inquiry into conduct of, '37. 189; expenses of, from 1824 to 18.36, '38. 196.

Office, vote of money for, '33. 231; Act for the establishment of (1 and 2 Vict, c. 94), '39. 161, 162; rules and regulations made by the Master of the Rolls relating to, '41. 107.

offices in the metropolis, account of, '38. 93, 94; fees for searching table of, '41. 107, 108; particulars of the Act 1 and 2 Vict. c. 94, relating to, id. 106

110; see further, RECORDS. Recorde, Robert, '37. 23; account

of his numerous works, id. 30–

37. Recorders, under the Municipal Cor

tions Act, '36. 101 ; see also, Abstract of the Act, id. 132 144; of boroughs, may appoint a second court (7 W. IV. and 1

Vict. c. 19), '38. 130. Records, defacing, punishment for,

'28. 133; for stealing same, id. ib.; amendment of variance of documents (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 42), '34. 124; arrangement of, progress of, '41. 110; certifying to false copies of, punishment for, '39. 162; in the metropolis, short directory for searching the, '38. 93—97; times and charges of, and for searching under the old and new systems, '41. 109, 110; of the various courts of law and equity, where deposited, '38. 95–

97; of Wales, their unsatisfactory state, '41. 109, 110; proposed

removal to London, id, ib. Records and writings, an Act to pre

vent a failure of justice by reason of variances between (9 G. IV. c. 15), '29. 145.

see also, RECORD OFFICES. “ Records of the Creation,” by Rev.

J. B. Sumner (Bishop of Chester), extract from, relating to savings,

29. 136, 137. “ Rectifying the globe," meaning

of the term, '42. 25. “Recueil d'Histoires,” '32. 69. “Recueil de Voyages et de Mé

moires," referred to, '33. 25. Red Barn murder, Corder executed for, '29. 242.

breast, its winter food, '30. 36. cedar, '29. 65. dead nettle, id. 28. · Island Reef, loss of the “ Minstrel" on, '42. 238.

Maid's Hospital, Bristol, re• building of, account of, '38. 240, 211.

Sea, African ports on the value of exports of British and Irish produce, &c., to, in 1838, '40.

181; in 1839, '41. 188. “Red Soil Mine," men killed in, '34.

248; acquittal of persons charged with having killed men in, *35.

256. Red-start, the, '28. 24.

verticillate heath, '31. 39.

or Guinea wood, duty on (1829), '30. 199; duty on (1832), '33. 192.

flowered Lambertia, *31. 41; Swainsona, id. 43. Rede, William, '37. 22; his works,

id. 26. Redesdale, Lord, dies, '31. 234. Redgrave, Mr., his calculations,

&c., on the statistics of crime in England and Wales, cited, '41. 110–116; his tables of the state

of crime referr to, '42. 100. Redi, F., '31. 72; '32. 56. Redouté, Pierre Jos., dies, '41. 138. Redruth, population of (1821), *29. 82.

population of, '33. 59.

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