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the total number of depositors, the increase or decrease in accounts since 1819 and 1829, the total investment in, and the average amount of each depositor in each county in England (1831), '32. 102; summary of, in EngJand, Wales, and Ireland, up to 21st November, 1831, '33. 113, 114; sums received and paid on account of, in the United King. dom, from 1817 to November 1831, &c., id. 174; sums paid in, and drawn for, on account of, and of friendly societies, in the United Kingdom, from 28th January, 1832, to 9th February, 1833, '34. 153; and friendly societies, sums received and paid on account of, in Great Britain and Ireland, from 6th August, 1817, to 20th November, 1833, '35. 112; summary of number of de. positors, and amount of investments in, in England, Wales, and Ireland, as they stood 20th November, 1833, and same, of three preceding years, id. 123; summary of number of depositors, and amount of deposits, on 20th November, 1834,compared with saine on 20th November, 1832 and 1833, in England, Wales, and Ireland, '36. 105; number of depositors, and amount of deposits, in various counties of England and Ireland, in 1832, 1833, and 1834, id. 102 — 104; money received and paid by, in 1833, 1834, and 1835, '37.71 ; average amount deposited, and proportionate number of depositors to the population of each county in England (1835), id. 72; summary of deposits and depositors, number of, on 20th November, 1835, in England, Wales, and Ireland, compared with those on 20th November, 1833 and 1834, id. 73; depositors in, increase and decrease of, in 1835 and 1836, '38. 193, 194; amount paid to depositors by the Commissioners of the National Debt, from 1817 to 1836, id. 193; depositors,

number of, and amount of deposits in, on the 20th November, 1835, and 20th November, 1836, in the United Kingdom, 38. 195; depositors and deposits, number and amount of, in United Kingdom, on 20th November, 1830, and increase and decrease in each year ending 20th November, 1831 to 1837, with additions, up to July 1838, 39. 132; deposits and depositors, number and amount of, in England, Wales, and Ireland, on 20th November, 1837, id. 133; number of, and amount of deposits in, on the 20th of November, 1838, in the United Kingdom, '40. 190; the same, on 20th November, 1839, '41. 195; the same, in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, on 20th

November, 1840, '42. 167. Savings Banks, returns, '35. 117

123; '36. 101–105 ; '37. 70% 73.

párticulars relating to the Bloomsbury Savings Bank, from 1817 to 1829, showing the classes of depositors, the amounts deposited, and the balances, '30. 118, 119.

Devon, particulars relating to, in the county of, '35. 117-122.

in Ireland, state of the (1830), '31. 112, 113; stm. mary of, in Ireland (1831), '32. 103.

St. Pancras, regula. tions of, '29. 137–140.

Scotland, provisions of Acts extended to, '36. 104.

Wales, summary of (1831), '32. 103. “ Saviour," the, Order of, in Greece,

34. 245. Savonarola, Michael, '31. 68 ; *32.

55. Savory, winter, '29. 67. Savoy, population, &c., of, '28. 86,

87; attempted insurrection in,

'35. 254. “ Savoy, History of the House of,"

32. 68. Savoy and Piedmont, gold and

silver coins of, their names, value, “Saxon Emperors, Chronicle of," weight, alloy, and value in Eng '32. 63.

lish money (1829), '30. 108. “ Saxon Mirror," '32. 63. Savoy, Piedmont, Nice, and Genoa, Saxons, drive the Britons into Wales

extent, and population of, in and Cornwall, '28.56.
1828, '28. 71.

Saxons, History of the," "32. 63,
precinct, rental of (1829), 64.
'29. 85.

Saxony, kingdom of, its extent, * Saw mills, '29. 62.

population, sovereign, capital, Saw-leaved Drosina, '31. 38.

religion, revenue, debt, and army, Sawan, a Hindustani month, '30. in 1828, 29. 70, 71 ; extent and 25.

population of (1831), '33.55 ; poSaxe-Altenburgh, duchy of, its ex pulation and sovereign of (1836),

tent, population, duke, capital, 36. 107; population, enumerareligion, revenue, debt, and army, tion of, how made, '40. 105; in 1828, 29. 70, 71 ; population population of, comprised in the and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107; Prussian Commercial League, '42. Prussian Commercial League, '42. 113; gold and silver coins of, 114.

their names, value, weight, alloy, Saxe Coburg, duke of, married to and value in English money

the Queen of Portugal, '37. 252; (1829), '30. 108; a province of Prince Leopold of, refuses the France, '28. 56 ; a kingdom, id. crown of Greece, '31. 205, 236 ; 63; invaded by Prussia, '31. 52; elected king of Belgium, '32. placed under the controlof Prussia, 238; accepts the crown of Bel id. 59; Anthony, king of, resigns gium, and resigns his pension and his authority to Frederick, apregiment, id. 193: see also, LEO pointed regent, id. 238. POLD I.

house of, rule Germany, '28. * Saxe-Coburg Gotha, duchy of, its 56.

extent, population, duke, capital, Say, Jean Baptiste, dies, '34. 240.
religion, revenue, debt, and army, Say, William, dies, '36. 108.
in 1828, '29, 70, 71; population Scalding, deaths from, within the
and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107; Bills of Mortality, in 1827, '29.
Prussian Commercial League, 110.
42. 113, 114.

Scale, turn of the, its importance, Saxe-Meiningen, duchy of, its ex '35. 63.

tent, population, duke, capital, Scaleboards, duty on (1829), '30.
religion, revenue, debt, and army, 202, 203 ; duty on, '40. 146.
in 1828, '29, 70, 71 ; population Scaliger, J. C., '31.71 ; '32. 67.
and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107.

J. J., '31. 71; '32. 67.
Hildburghausen, Scaly penæa, *31. 42.
duchy of, Prussian Commercial Scammony, duty on (1832), '33.
League, '42. 114.

193. Saxe Weimar, duke of, his death, Scanderoon, consular agent at, '31. 29. 240.

182. grand duchy of, its Scandinavia, extent and population, extent, population, duke, capital, and military force of, in 1828, religion, revenue, debt, and army, 28. 71. in 1828, '29. 70, 71.

Scandinavian mountains, and their Eisenach, population several heights, '33. 48, 49; aland sovereign of (1836), '36. 107; phabetical index to same, &c., id. Prussian Commercial League,'42. 49–53. 112, 114.

Scarborough, population of (1821), Saxo Grammaticus, '31. 69; 32. '29. 82; population and repre74.

sentation of, '33.77; difference of

947;

time between, and London, '31,

21. Scarborough, Earl of, Indemnity Bill,

passed, '42. 186. Scarcity of wheat, mode of prevent

ing the serious effects of, '29. 126, 127.

in England, 28. 63; of 1799 and 1800, causes of, '34.

44; in 1811, id. 46. Scarlet fever, when dangerous, '35.

34; its first appearance in England, id. 29.

Kennedia, '31. 40; oak, '29. 66; fuchsia, '31. 39; poisou Lo

belia, id. 41. Scarlett, Hon. Mr., compensation to,

debateil, '42. 181; provision for the ceasing of his pension, id. 144.

- Sir James, attorney-general, 30. 262. Scarpa, '31. 76 ; '32.57 ; Antonio,

dies, '33. 232. Scarron, '31. 73. Sceptre-leaved Nivenia, '31. 42. Schaal, Adam, director of the Chi

nese calendar, '30. 28. Schard, Simon, '31. 70; *32. 64. Schaumburg-Lippe, population and

sovereign of (1836), '36. 107; Prussian Commercial League, '42.

114. Schelling, '32. 66. Schildberger, John, '31. 68; '32.

63. Schiller, '28.62; 31. 77 ; '32. 65. Schilling, George, dies, '41. 138. Schilter, John, 31. 72; '32. 65. Schinkel, K. F., dies, '42. 124. Schism in the Greek church, '28.

56. Schlegel, '31. 74, 76; F., '32. 66 ;

J. E., id. 65 ; Professor, dies, '37.

110. Schleusingen, circle of, Prussian

Commercial League, '42. 112,

114. Schlozer, A. L. von, '31. 76; *32.

65. Schmalkalden, circle of, Prussian

Commercial League, '42. 114. Schneider, dies, '40. 141. Scholars, number of, in the endowed,

unendowed, parochial, and Sun

day schools of Scotland, in 818, 29. 947; number of, at the endowed and unendowed schools in England, in 1828, id. 91; num. ber of, in the various Sunday schools in the dioceses of England and Wales, in 1826, id. 95; num. ber of, in the several Sunday and other Church of England schools in England and Wales, and in each county of the same, '33. 120 -122; number of, in the National and other Church of England schools, in 1826 and 1832, id. 122; number of, at the endowed, unendowed, and Sunday schools in Wales (1818), 29.

number of, in the schools of Ireland, in 1818, id, 94. Scholastic philosophy, founded, *28.

56; of Aristotle, id. 57. Scholes, church at, finished, '42.

206. Schon, Dr. J., dies, '40. 141. Schönberg, Prussian League, '42.

112. School of Desigu, intended vote for,

named, '37. 203; grant for, '41. 207; average attendance at, from July 1837 to April 1839, and fees received at, to January 1839 and to April 1840, &c., id. 195 ; distribution of prizes at, see ALBERT, PRINCE.

feast, '28. 14.

established by the London and Birmingham Railway Company, '42.241.

rooms, Act to facilitate the conveyance of sites of (6 and 7 W.IV. c. 70), '37. 131 ; further Act for same (4 and 5 Vict. c. 38), 42. 137, 138.

Society, British and Foreign, meeting of, '36. 244. “Schoole of Skil,” by Thomas Hill,

account of, '37. 43. “Schoolmaster is abroad,” expres

sion first used by Mr. Brougham,

29. 202, “Schoolmaster, The," '32. 59. Schoolmasters' Society, '30. 147. Schoolmasters and mistresses in Ire

land, in 1818, '29. 947. Schools of art, &c., in populous

places, motion for committee on,

by Mr. Gillon, '42. 178. Schools, sites for, Act for facilitating

the conveyance of 6 and 7 w. IV. c. 70), '37. 131; further Act (4 and 5 Vict. c. 38), '42. 137, 138.

endowed, unendowed, and Sunday, number of, in each county in England, and number of chil. dren in the same, in 1818,'29. 91; Sunday and other Church of England, number of, and of children in each, in England and Wales (1832), '33. 120-122; endowed and unendowed, income of, and rental of charity property in, in several counties of England and Wales, '36. 175.

and district schools in and near London, '30. 158, 159.

in Ireland, number of, in 1818, 29. 94, 172.

in Scotland, endowed, unendowed, parochial, and Sunday, in 1818, 29.94+; Act for encouraging (1 and 2 Vict. c. 87), '39. 161.

and colleges, quantity of land appropriated to, in the United

States, from 1796 to 1825,'32.121. Schoppenhaur, Baroness, dies, '39.

141; Madame J., dies, id. 249. Sehotels, J. E., dies, '40. 140. Schotia speciosa, '31. 43; tama

rindi folia, id. ib. Schott, '31. 73; '32. 72. Schottus, “ Mechanica, Hydraulico,

Pueumatica," '29. 6:3. Schrokh, '31.76; '32. 65. Schroter, J. F., dies, '37. 110. Schultens, A., '31. 75 ; '32. 73. Schultee, Erust, '31. 76 ; '32. 66. Schwarz-Rudolstadt, principality

of, its extent, population, prince, capital, religion, revenue, debt, and army, in 1828, '29. 70, 71; see also SCHWARZBURG-RUDOL

Schwarz-wald mountains, and their

several heights, '33. 43; alphabetical index to same, &c., id.

49-53. Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, population

and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107; Prussian Commercial League, '42. 112, 115 ; see also SCHWARTZ.

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

Sonderhausen, Prussian Commercial League, '42. 112

114. Schwenkfeld, '31. 72; '32. 64. Scientific and literary bodies of Lon

don, their days and times of meeting, from November 1831 to June 1832, and their anniversaries, '32. 20; 1832, 1833, '33. 19; for 1833, 1834, '34. 27.

literary, and charitable institutions, in and near London, '31. 138.

literary, and professional institutions in London, with a list of their dates of charter or establishment, where situate, days and hours of meeting, anniversaries, and the names of their presidents and secretaries, in 1829, '30. 161

-164, Scilly Islands, number of persons in,

*28. 81. Scinde, defeat of the Belochees in,

'42, 234. Scindia, war against, '32. 41. Scio, evacuated by the Greeks, '29. 236.

vice-consul at, '31. 182. Scioppius, '31. 72; '32. 64. Scipio Ferrens, of Bologna, cubic

equations, '29. 55. Sclavonic tongue, spoken in Russia

down to A.D. 1700, '32. 76+. Scoles, Mr. J. J., architect of St.

Peter's Church, Great Yarmouth, '35. 227 ; of the Catholic Church, St. John's Wood, id. 234; of St. George's Chapel, Edgbaston, '37. 231 ; of the church of St. Ignatius, at Preston, id. 232 ; of St.

Peter's Church, Stonyhurst, id. ib. Sconie Bridge Road Improvement

Act, '40. 213.

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Scoresby, Rev. Mr., reference to his

“ Account of the Arctic Regions,"

'29. 28. Scot, Michael, '37, 22; his works,

id. 25. Scotch, the, defeated by Agricola, 28. 54.

courts, amount of saying effected in, '40. 150.

ell, abolished, '35. 147; Act so abolishing, repealed, and all customary measures abolished, '36. 129.

peers, re-election of, except Lord Elphinstone, '36: 240.

and Irish promissory notes, under a limited amount, restrained in England (9 G. IV. c. 65), '29.

173. Scotland, conquered by Edward I.,

28. 57 ; independent, id. 58; 31. 44 ; invaded by Richard II., id. ib. ; united to England under one crown, .28. 60; visited by George IV., id. 65; distress in, meeting to reliere, '38. 244.

extent and population of, in 1828, '28. 71 ; population of the cities, boroughs, and towns of, exceeding 5,000 inhabitants each, '29. 82, 83; extent and population of (1831), '33. 54; population of the several counties and chief towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831 ; value of real property in same, and number of members of parliament for each, id. 8188; population of each county of, males and females, and number of houses inhabited, uninhabited, and building, in 1841, '42. 108; comparative statement of the population of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, in each county, and increase and decrease of same, id. 110; difference of time between the chief cities of, and London, '31, 23; houses, comparative statement of, inhabited, uninhabited, and building in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1811, '42. 111; quantity of cultivated, waste, and unprofitable land in (1829), '29. 90 ; mountains of, and their several heights,

'33. 47, 48; alphabetical index

to same, &c., id. 49-53. Scotland, Church of, grants to, in

1825, '41. 198; Church of, “Intrusion” question discussed in the Lords, id. 201 ; further mention of the state of, in the Lords, '42. 177.

crime, particulars relating to, in, '34. 65, 66 ; state of, in (1834), '36. 51–54, 63, 64.

savings banks, number of depositors, and amount of deposits in, on 20th of November, 1840, '42,167; see also, SAVINGS BANKS.

number of electors in, in 1836, 37. 182, 183.

-- trade, &c., of, quantity of iron made, and of furnaces in, in 1827, 29. 196 ; malt, quantity of, made in, in 1840, '42. 170; quantity used in distilleries in the same time, id. ib. ; soap, quantity made in, in 1840, id. 165; spirits, number of gallons of, distilled in, and which paid duty in 1840, id. 169; post-office established in, '40. 66; revenue, business of the customs, transferred to London, '31.234; power-looms, number of, in use, in 1836, '37. 183; mileage and composition duties on railways and stage carriages, in 1838, 1839, and 1840, °42. 116; quantity of coal imported into London from, in 1833, '35. 186; quantity of coal sent from, to London, and number of ships employed in same, in 1836, 1837, and 1838, '40. 193.

schoolmasters, official, in, '40, 100.

- parochial, endowed, unendowed, and Sunday schools in, in 1818, '29, 947.

Acts relating to, viz., "Act to enable burghs in, to establish a general system of police (3 and 4 W.IV. c. 46), '34. 125—128; Additional Circuit Courts Act (9 G. IV. c. 29), '29. 149; excise, countervailing spirit duties between, and England and Ireland (6 and 7 W. IV, c. 72), 37. 133, 134; Hereditary Re

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