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Redruth and Chasewater Railway, account of, '37. 91; 41. 64.

and Hayle Road Act, '40. 216. Redschid Pasha made Grand Vizier,

30. 260. Reduced Annuities, 3 per cent.

dividends, when payable, '32. 99. Reduction in public offices, from 1815 to 1835, 37. 183.

of interest on stock, saving by, 1822, 1826, 1830, and 1834, '36. 150.

- proposed, of excise duties on beer, cider, and leather, &c., 31. 201; in the public expenditure, by abolition of offices (1821

and 1832), '34. 177.
Reedham Inclosure Act, '41. 215.
Rees, A., '31. 76 ; '32. 62.
Reeve, Mr. William, captain of the

“ Earl of Wemyss” smack, com-
mitted for felony, '34. 249; he is

acquitted, '35. 256. Reflecting telescope, James Gregory,

29. 63; Newton, id. ib. “ Reflexions," "32. 68. “ Reform Association,” meeting to establish, '36. 244.

Bill riots, '32. 240.

Club-house, account of, 40. 243-245; further account of, and remarks on, and correction of error in former notice, '41. 245,

246. Reform, meeting in Edinburgh for

the rection of monuments to Muir, and others, '38. 214; meeting for further Reform, at Holbeck, '42. 235.

motions for, by Mr. O'Connell, and by Lord John Russell, '31. 206; Mr. Brougham's notice of motion on, '32. 186; Duke of Wellington's declaration against, id, ib.

in Parliament, announced by Earl Grey, '32. 189; Lord John Russell's explanation of the “preponderating influence of the landed interest," '40. 197.

Bill (1831), prepared by Lord Durham, '34. 249; introduced by Lord John Russell, '32. 191, 236; defeated by General

Gascoyne's motion, '32. 192, 237; (second), brought in by Lord John Russell, id. 192; debates on, id. 193 ; passes the Commons, id. 194 ; defeated by Lord W barncliffe in the Lords, id. ib. 240; abstract of same, as passed the House of Commons on 21st September, 1831, id. 196—213; (third), introduced by Lord John Russell, '33. 194, 228 ; debates on, in the Commons, id. 195–200; the 501. tenant-at-will (Chandos) clause carried, id. 196 ; (third), introduced into the Lords by Earl Grey, id. 200; debates on, id. ib. 205; Lord Lyndhurst's amend. ment carried against Earl Grey,

id. 202. Reform Act, England (2 W. IV. c. 45), '33. 135—146.

rate-paying clauses repeal, proposed in the House of Commons, '34. 195 ; rate-paying clauses repeal, Bill rejected, '38. 203.

Act (Scotland), (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 65), '33. 149–156 ; amended as to registration of voters (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 88), '35. 159; amendment Act (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 78), '36. 144.

Bill (Ireland), brought in by Mr. Stanley, '32. 193; introduced, '33. 195.

Act (Ireland), (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 88), '33. 160—162. Reformation, in Scotland, '28. 59.

Society for Promoting the Principles of the, '30. 153; auxiliary ditto, id. ib.

“History of the,” '32.

73, 76.

“ History of the English,' '32. 56. Reformed House of Commons, list

of the first (1833), '33. 234-243. Refraction, '28. 92; law of, Snel

lius, -29. 63; of atmosphere, Alhazen, id. 59; atmospheric, Dr. Bradley, id. ib.

double, Bartholinus, '29. 63. Refractions, table of, '30. 48. Refuge for the Destitute, '30. 150;

Act relating to the Society, '39. of, and of the duties of registrars, 215.

&c., '40.51–58; important effect Regeb, a Turkish month, '30. 21. of the Act, '42. 46–54; of deaths, Regency, address for, debated and Mr. Farr's report of the results of

negatived, '31. 207, 208 ; Bill in the first and second quarters, '40. troduced, '32. 187; Act for pro 31451; of births, marriages, and viding in case Wm. IV. should die

deaths, progress of, in years endbefore the Princess Victoria attains ing 30th June, 1838 and 1839, '41. eighteen (1 W. IV. c. 2), id. 135 50-57.

- 137; Bill, '41. 211; Duke of Registration of Voters Bill, debates Sussex, his opinions on, referred on, '37. 196, 198. to, id. ib.; Act (3 and 4 Vict. c.

(Ireland), Lord Stan52), id. 155.

ley’s Bill, '41.203; greet meeting Regent, appointment of, in certain

to oppose same, '42.235; see furcases (1 W. IV. c. 2), *32. 135— ther, Irish REGISTRATION BILL. 137.

Registry of Deeds, Bill introduced by street, regulations as to the Mr. Campbell, '32. 189; again stucco and painting of the houses introduced by Mr. Campbell, '33. of, '33. 170.

194; debates upon, id. 195, 196; Regent's - park hay market, esta new Bill (Mr. W. Brougham) in

blished (11 G. IV. c. 14), '31. troduced, *34. 192 ; rejected, id. 139,

195; again rejected, '35. 205. road and other im

university, '29. 56. provements in, '35. 236, 237; Regino, '31, 66 ; *32. 63. debate on the opening of, to the Regiomontanus, '31. 70 ; '32. 64. public, '42. 180, terraces in, ob Regnard, '31. 75; '32, 68. servations on the irregular paint Regulation of alehouse licenses, Act ing of, '35. 237.

for, '28. 155. Reggio, earthquake at, '33. 229.

of costs on distresses, Act Register, kept by Dissenters, '37.65. for, '28. 150, 151. parish, kept in England,

of elections, Act for, '28. 28. 59; account of their origin in 160. England, '37. 63; forgery of, how

of watermen of the punishable (1 W.IV.c. 66), '31. Thames, Act for, '28. 157-160. 160, 161.

Regulus, death of, '28. 52. Registration, account of the former Reichstadt, Duke of, dies, '33. 231.

laws in England relating to, '37. Reid, T., '32. 62. 63–69; former objections against, Dr.

, notice of his experimental cited, id. 64, 65; Bill for, intro alterations of the temporary House duced, id. 188; read a third time of Commons, '37. 243, 244; his in the Commons, id. 207; Lords’ plan of ventilation used in St. amendments in, rejected, Bill George's Hall, Liverpool, '42.225. abandoned, id. 214.

Reigate, population and representa. of Births, Deaths, and tion of, '33. 73. Marriages in England, Act for (6 Reignier, M., '31. 73; '32. 67. and Y W. IV. c. 66), *37. 141, Re-importation, table of goods ex: 142; Act to explain same (7 W. ported which may not be re-imIV. and i Vict. c. 22), '38. 130 ported for home use (3 and 4 W. -132; Registration and Mar IV. c. 52), '34. 130. riage Acts, observations on, and Reinbold, Adelaide, dies, '40. 141. objects of, '37. 62-70; account “ Reivke de Voss," '32. 64. of the machinery of the Act for, Reinell, attempts to assassinate the and of its success, in year ending King of Hungary, '33. 231. 30th June, 1838, '40. 51–58; Reiz, '31. 75; W. Otto, '32. 73. particulars relating to the mode Relative value of gold and silver

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nac, '28. 16.

coins, mode of ascertaining, '30. land, on the cross quarter days, 102.

28. 12. Religion, peace of, '31. 46.

Rent, removing goods to evade, conReligious houses, suppressed, '28. stables may interfere, '40. 155. 59.

Apportionment Amendment improvement, societies in Act (4 W. IV. c. 22), '35. 132. and near London for, '30. 152, mode of compelling payment 153.

of, in India, '33. 93. orders, regulated, '30. Rental of publicans and licensed 170; suppressed in France, '28. beer-sellers in England and Wales, 62.

in 1810,'41. 197. Tract Society, '30. 153.

per acre, of the pauper colo< Remarks on the Weather,” expla nies of Holland, '29. 135. nation of the, in the British Alma

of the several parishes in the

county of Middlesex (1829), '29. Remedies against the Hundred, laws 85. amended, 28. 146–149.

Repeal, agitation of, denounced in Remembrancers in the Exchequer, the King's speech, '34. 200; again, abolished, '34. 144.

'35. 196; debate on Mr. O'ConRemoving goods, constable may in nell's motion relating to, id. 204 ;

terfere in, in certain cases, '40. agitation of, discouraged by Lord 155.

Ebrington, '41.255. Renfrèw, population of, '33. 87;

Association meeting, '42. Road Act, '34. 206; Ferry and 235. Railway Act, '36.210; and Pais Repgow, Epko of, '32. 63. ley Railway, particulars of, '41. Reports, clerk of the, in the Exche74.

quer, office of, abolished, '42. Renfrewshire, population of, and 142.

of the principal towns of, in 1811, Representation, Act to amend the,
1821, and 1831, value of real of the people in England and
property in, and its representation, Wales (2 W. IV. c. 45), '33. 135
133. 87; summary of same, in -146; in Ireland, Act to amend
1821 and 1831, distinguishing (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 88), id. 160_
the sexes, id. 89; the same, in 162; in Scotland, Act to amend
1841, '42. 108; population of, in (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 65), id. 149
1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and -156.
1841, and increase per cent., id.

of France, increased,
110; electors, number of, in, in 32. 236.
1836, '37. 183; houses, number

amount of, in the of inhabited, uninhabited, and United States, in 1823, '32. 120. building, in 1841, '42. 108; occu

army, navy, and repations of persons in (1831), '35. venue, proportion of, to popula102 ; turnpike trusts, their extent tion in the various states of Europe and income in (1834), id. 193;

and in North America (1829), turnpike gates in, rents of, in '30. 100.

1833, 1834, and 1835, '37. 178. Reptiles, directions for preserving, Rennie, Mr., his plan for London 38. 23. Bridge, '32. 222.

Republic of France, '28. 62; '31.
Sir John, erects London 54.
Bridge after the design of his Reschid Pacha, takes Athens, '28.
father, '32. 222; his line of the 68.

Brighton Railway, '42. 68. Rescuing from custody for running Rennell, Major, '32. 62.

goods, or rescuing prohibited Rent, still payable in some parts of goods, punishment for, 1837

England, and generally in Scot. (7 W. IV. and 1 Vict. c. 91),

'38. 164, 165; murderers, punishment for, 1837 (7 W. IV, and I

Vict. c. 91), id. ib. “ Research," the ship, returns to

Calcutta after ascertaining the fate

of La Perouse, '29. 237. Residence of the Clergy, Act to make

better provision for the, &c. (1
and 2 Vict. c. 106), '39. 163,

164; see further, CLERGY. Residue of testator's estates given to

next of kin (1 W.IV. c. 40), '31.

151. Resignation, bonds of, &c., made

valid in certain cases, '29. 178. Resin gas, generation of, '28. 179. Resolution, definition and sign of,

'28. 105. Restitution of stolen property, on the

conviction of a felon, 28. 139. Restrictions on commerce, their evil

tendency, '35. 104–111. Restrictive duties, impolicy of, '41.

120, “ Resurrection," on the, '32. 49. Retail Brewers' Act Amendment (9 G. IV. c. 68), '29. 173.

spirit licences, number issued under Act (4 and 5 W. IV. c.

75), '36. 165. Retailers of beer and cider, regula

tions concerning (1 W. IV. c. 64), '31. 153—157; see also,

Beer, and BEER RETAILERS. Retford, East, population and repre

sentation of, '33. 70; see further,

EAST RETFORD. Reticuled Mirbelia, '31. 41. Reticular cirrus, '30. 80. Retired allowances, amount of, for

1833, '35. 194. Retreat of the British army in Flanders, '28. 62.

of the ten thousand Greeks, 28. 51. Reuchlin, '31. 70; '32. 64. Reuss (elder and younger branch),

population and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107.

principality of, Prussian League, 42. 115.

Gera, same, '42. 115.

Greitz, principality of, its extent, population, prince, capital, religion, revenue, debt, and army,

in 1828, 29. 70, 71; Prussian

League, '42. 115. Reuss Lobenst-Ebersdorf, princi

pality of, its extent, population, prince, religion, revenue, debt, and army, in 1828, 29. 70, 71; Prussian Commercial League, 42. 115.

Schleitz, principality of, its extent, population, prince, capital, religion, revenue, debt, and army, in 1828, 29. 70, 71; Prussian

Commercial League, '42. 115. Revenue of the United Kingdom, in the year ended 5th January, 1828,

28. 162; net produce of, of Great Britain, in the years ending 10th October, 1827, and 10th October, 1828, '29. 185; ordinary and extraordinary resources of Great Britain and Ireland, for year ending. 5th January, 1828, id. 184; same, for the year ended 5th January, 1829, '30. 196; revenue of the United Kingdom, for the year ended. 5th January, 1830, '31. 169; net produce of, in the year ended 5th January, 1831, 132. 175; the same, in the years ended 10th October, 1831, and 10th October, 1832, '33. 172; the same, in the years ended 10th October, 1832, and 10th October, 1833, '34. 148; the same, in the year ended 10th October, 1834, compared with the preceding year, '35. 166; net produce of, in the year and quarters ended 10th October, 1834 and 1835, 36. 151; in years ended 10th October, 1835 and 1836, '37. 153; the same, in years ended 10th October, 1836 and 1837, 38. 170; the same, in years ended 10th October, 1837 and 1838, '39. 175; the same, in years ended 10th October, 1838 and 1839, 40. 170; the same, in years ended 10th October, 1839 and 1840, '41. 178; gross income of, expenditure, state of the public debt, and net produce of, for the year ended 5th January, 1841, and for the years 1840 and 1841, 42. 149–153.

Revenue, increase of, by reduction of

duties, '41. 97, 98; proportions of the leading items of, '37. 155 ; charge for collecting the, of the United Kingdom, in 1833, and gross rate per cent. for collection, 35. 167; total charge for collecting, for the year ended 5th January, 1838, and the rate per centum for same, '39. 180; total charges of collection of, in the year ending 5th January, 1839, '40. 171; the same, in the year 1839, '41. 179.

deficiency of, in the year ended 5th January, 1841, 42. 149.

Departments Securities Act (6 and 7 W. IV. c. 28), '37. 117.

inquiry, commissioners of, their eighteenth report referred to, 30. 236.

representation, army, and navy, proportion of, to population, in the states of Europe and in

North America (1829), :30. 100. Review, Court of, established (1 and

2 W.IV. c. 56), '32. 161; number of bankrupt petitions heard

by, from 1832 to 1836, '38. 186. E Revising barristers, number of, in

1832, 1833, 1831, and 1835, the number of days employed by them, and the costs of the revision in each year, '37. 176; expenses of, in 1834, 1835, and 1836, '38. 187; number of days they were employed in England and Wales, number of them appointed, and total cost of the revisions in 1836

and 1 837, '39. 194.
Revolutions : of 1688, 28. 61; in

Brazil, id. 65; '32. 237; 18th
Brumaire, '28. 63; in France, id.

62.
“Révue Encyclopédique," referred

to, '29. 77. Rewards, festival of, '30. 20. Reward, offering, for return of stolen

property, punishment for, '28.

139.
Rey, '31. 71.
Reynolds, Sir J., '32. 62.

Captain R. A., courtmartial on, '41. 256.

Rhamnus Alaternus, '29. 66.
Rhayader, population of, '33. 81.
Rheims, riot at, '35. 260.
Rhenish wines, see Wines, FOREIGN.
Rhetian Alps, and their several

heights, '33. 36, 37; alphabetical index to same, &c., id. 49–53. Rheumatism, what it is, still doubt.

ful (1834), '35. 35; deaths from, within the Bills of Mortality, in

1827, '29. 110. Rhine, Confederation of the, 28.

63; when established, '29. 537;

formed, '31. 55. “Rhodanthe and Dosicles," '32.

51. Rhode Island, abstract of the con

stitution, government, legislative and executive, judiciary appointmeuts, and elective franchise of (1831), '32. 115; extent, population, and number of representatives, id. 120; population of, in 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, and 1830, and number of slaves in,

in each of those years, '33. 90. Rhodes, taken by the Knights of St.

John, '28. 58; taken by the Otto

maus, id. 59. “ Rhodis and Sinonides,” '32. 49, Rhododendron hirsutum, '29. 66 ;

maximum, id. ib.; ponticum, id. ib. ; purple, '28. 35. Rhodope, Mount, '33. 41. Rhodora Canadensis, '29. 66. Rbomb-leaved penæa, '31. 42. Rhön-gebirge mountains, and their

several heights, '33. 44: alphabetical index to same, &c., id. 49

-53. Rhubarb, duty on, (1832), '33. 192;

import, export, and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 174; in 1830, '32. 178; '33, 177; in

1831, '34. 155. Rhuddlan, population of, '33. 80. Rhumb lines, Nonius, '29. 62 ;

what they are, '42. 24. Rhus coriaria, '29. 66 ; cotimus, id.

ib.; toxicodendrum, id. ib. Rhymer, Lermont the, '32. 58. Rhymney Iron Company Church

Building Act, '40. 213; Iron Company's Act, '42. 192. Rial, value of, '28. 165.

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