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Skins and furs of the United States,

their value, in 1828, '32. 124.
Skipton, population of, '33. 78;

church at, account of, '39. 221.
Skircoat, population of, '33. 78.
Skrzynecki, General, defeats the Rus-

sians at Wawz, '32. 237; admit-
ted to the Belgian army, '40.
256 ; his dismissal demanded, id.

257.
Skye district of roads, their extent

and annual expense, '29. 84.
Slammanuan Railway Company

further Act, '40. 217; Railway,
account of, '41. 91; particulars

of, id. 72.
Slates, duty on (1829), '30. 203;

bricks and tiles, amount of duty
on, in 1830, 1831, and 1832, '34.

164.
Slaughiermen of horses, regulations

relating to, '36. 127, 128.
Slave trade, beginning of, '28. 58 ;

abolished, id. 63; treaty for the
abolition of, '31. 60 ; treaty for
abolition of, between England
and Brazil, 28. 68; Act for the
suppression of, detention, and
seizure of vessels, &c. &c. (2 and
3 Vict. c. 73), 40. 161, 162;
Hans Towns Convention Act (1
and 2 Vict. c. 39), '39. 151;
Netherlands Treaty Act (1 and 2
Vict. c. 41), id. ib.; Sardinian
and Denmark Treaty Act (5 and
6 W. IV. c. 60 and 61), '36.
128 ; treaty with Spain 16 W.
IV. c. 6), '37. 112; Sweden,
Treaty Act (1 and 2 Vict. c. 40),
'39. 151; speech of Lord Brougham
on, id. 201 ; his resolutions for
suppression of, and relating to
negro apprentices, id. 202; brings
the matter of the deportation of
East Indians to Guiana before
parliament, id. ib.; Bull against
the trade by the Pope, '41. 253 ;
Society for the Extinction of, &c.,
hold their first great meeting, id.
254; the “Black Joke" cap-
tures the “ Almorante,“ '30. 259;
project of law in France for abo-
sition of, '28. 69; abolished by
France, Spain, and Holland, id.
65.

Slavery, Mr. Brougham's motiota

concerning, in the colonies, '31.
208; Mr. F. Buxton's motion for
the extinction of, '33, 203; Abo-
lition Bill, debates on, '34. 193—
199; Act for the abolition of,
throughout the British colonies,
&c., and compensation (3 and 4
W. IV. c. 73), id. 136 — 138;
further Act relating to compen-
sation (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 45),
36. 123, 124; further Act re-
lating to same (6 W. IV. c. 5),
'37. 11l; further Act relatii
same (6 and 7 W. IV. c. 82), id.
138; further Act relating to same
(1 Vict. c. 3), '39. 113; Act
amending same, in respect to
hours of labour, &c. &c. (1 Vict.
c. 19), id. 145-147; abolition
of, celebrated, '35. 260; abolition
of, in Jamaica, Act continuing
Act of the Governor, &c., for
effecting same (6 W. IV. c. 16),
'37. 115; abolished in the East

Indies, '40. 251.
Slaves, Assiento contract for the
supply of, '31. 52.

number of, in each of the
British colonies, for 1825, 1826,
and 1827, 29. 199; registered
number of, in the several West
India colonies at the two regis-
trations preceding 1833, '34. 180;
number and appraised value of,
in each colony of England, ave.
rage of sales of, from 1822 to
1830, and amount and average
rates of compensation, '39. 195.

Compensation, Act for (3
and 4 W. IV. c. 73), '34. 136 ;
further Act (5 and 6 W. IV. c.
45), '36. 123, 124 ; further Act
relating to same, and for facili-
tating the distribution and pay-
ment of (6 W. IV. c. 5), '37. ill;
further Àct relating to same 6
and 7 W. c. 82), id. 138; further
Act relating to same (1 Vict. c.
3), '39. 143.

- dealing in, or taking persons
for, punishment for,'37. 112.

expenses of the commissioners
for preventing the traffic in, in
1836, '38. 187.

see

Slaves, “ head money” for captured, | Sluicing, progress of, at the Lowe-
from 1827 to 1832, '34. 179.

stoff new harbour, described, '32.
found on board the “Ar 233, 234.
mistad," declared free, '42. 237. Smalcald, League of, '31. 45.

purchase of, conviction of J. Small, Dr. Robert, his work on the
C. Hawkins for, '32. 236.

discoveries of Kepler, referred to,
at Algiers, liberated, '28. 65. 29. 197.

in the United States and Small debts, Society for the dis-
territories, number of, in 1790, charge and relief of Persons im-
1800, 1810, 1820, and 1830, '33. prisoned for, '30. 149.
90.

Acts, PRIVATE
“ Slavi, Chronicle of,” '32. 63.

Brlls.
Sleidan, '31. 70; '32. 64.

(Ireland), Act to
Slender fuchsia, '31. 39; magnolia, amend the laws for the recovery

id. 41; branched heath, id. 39; of, by civil bill (7 W. IV. and
leaved stylidium, id. 43.

1 Vict. c. 43), '38. 146.
Sleswick, its extent and population,

(Scotland), Act (10
in 1828, '28.70; duchy of, consti G. IV. c. 55), '30. 189; Act re-
tution granted to, '32. 238.

pealing same, and establishing
Sliding scale, the, under statute 9 them anew (7 W.IV. and 1 Vict.

G. IV, c. 60 (1828), '39: 85; c. 41), '38. 146.
account of same, '42.72; its evils Small-pox, account of the disease in
pointed out, id. 81.

England before inoculation, and
Sligo, population of (1821), '29. after vaccination, '40, 60, 61;

83; population of, in 1821 and importance of regulations con-
1831, '34. 92; electors, number cerning persons infected with, '36.
of, in, in 1834, '37. 182.

27, 28; conviction of an apothe-
port of, customs duty collected cary for propagating, id. 28 ;
at, in 1834, '36. 157; the same, penalty for producing the disease,
in the years ending 5th January, 41. 148; number of deaths annu.
1835 and 1836, '37. 164; the ally by, before the introduction of
same, for the year ending 5th vaccination, '28. 172; diminu-
January, 1837, 38. 175; the tion of, by vaccination, '32. 21 ;
same, in the years ended 5th average deaths annually from,
January, 1837 and 1838, '39. before the introduction of vac-
191; the same, in the year 1838, cination, '34. 32 ; '37. 49; 38.
'40. 187; the same, during 1839, 47; after vaccination, average
'41. 188; the same, in 1840, '42. cases of, and mortality of same,
164.

'34. 32; '38. 47; deaths from,
Marquis of, his account of the within the Bills of Mortality, in
transition from slavery to freedom, 1827, 29, 110; number of per-
in Jamaica, '36. 66.

sons who have died of, within the
Slipperwort, cobweb-leaved, '31.37; Bills of Mortality, in 1829, '30.
corymbose, id. ib.

101; prevalence of, in November
Sloane, Hans, '31. 74; '32. 61.

1837, '39. 61; '40. 60; preva-
street, church in, completed, lence of, in 1840, '42. 54; deaths
31. 214.

from, in England and Wales, in
Slops, exports of, value of, in 1834 1838, '41. 29, 30; rate per cent.,

and 1835, '37. 161; the same, in id. 31 ; mortality from, in two
1835, 1836, and 1837, "39. 182; years and a half, ending Decem-
the same, and quantities thereof, ber 31, 1839, '41. 57.
in 1838, 40. 180; the same, in

casual, hospital for, and
1839, '41. 187.

for vaccination, '30. 140.
Sludge of ponds, indications of co-

-hospital, number of cases
lumnar rocks in, '29. 39.

in, in 1837 and 1838, '39. 61,

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Small tenements, how recoverable, Smith, F. W., dies, '36. 108.
'39. 157, 158.

-James, dies, '41. 138.
Small wares, hosiery, &c., exports of,

Sir James Edward, dies,
value of, in 1838, 40, 180; in 29. 236.
1839, 41, 187.

Robert Vernon, Lord of the
Small-dowered leucopogon, '31.41; Treasury, '31. 240.
platylobium, id. 42.

Dr. Southwood, bequest tu,
Small-leaved Edwardsia, '31. 39. of the body of Jeremy Bentham,
Smalts, duty on (1829), '30. 200; 33. 230; his “ Report on the

(1832), '33. 193; import and Prevalence of Fever in the Me-
home consumption of, in 1828, tropolis,” referred to, '40. 43.
31. 175; in 1830, '32. 179; 33.

Sir Thomas, his remark on
in 1831, '34. 156.

the responsibility of parishes for
Smelling, importance of the sense the escape of thieves, '40. 121.
of, as means of preserving

Dr. William, dies, '40. 141.
health, '28. 110.

Mr. William, M.P., lays the
Smells, air, the medium of all, '30. first brick of the Thames Tunnel
70.

shaft, '28. 177.
Smirke, Mr., architect of the new

Sir William, dies, '37. 257.
Post-office, '30. 235; of the im-

Mr., his estimate of the pro-
provements in the Inner Temple, portion of unemployed Irish, '31.
'31. 219; of the building (Mitre 106.
Court), Iuner Temple, '32. 221 ; Smithfield, East, rental of the parish
of King's College, Somerset

of (1829), '29. 85.
House, id. 218, 219; of the re-

-market, number of beasts
storation of York Minster, '33. and sheep sold in, from 1820 to
213; his estimate for the repair 1831, and average number of
of York Minster, '30. 260.

calves, horses and pigs taken to,
Sir Robert, architect of the '34. 183, 184; meat, prices of, at,
Carlton Club, '35. 215 ; and Mr. in 1834, '36. 178.
Sydney Smirke, architects of the

Penitentiary, to be dis-
Oxford and Cambridge Univer continued as a prison, '37. 123.
sities' Club, '38. 235.

Smith's Zieria, 31. 43.
Mr. Sydney, architect of Smolensko, conquered by the Rus-
the alterations of the Pantheon, sians, '28. 60; taken by the Poles,
Oxford-street, *35. 244; of the id. ib.
additions to Bethlem Hospital, Smollett, T., '31. 76 ; '32. 62.
'40. 226.

Smooth calytrix, '31. 37; Goodia,

and Sir Ro id. 40; leaved Fabricia, id. 39 ;
bert, architects of the Oxford and stenochilius, id, 43.
Cambridge Universities' Club, Smugglers, Act for relieving parishes
38. 235.

from support of families of, im-
Smith, Adam, '31. 76 ; '32. 62; pressed (il G. IV. c. 10), '31.
dies, '28. 62.

139.
Mr. Baron, committee of Smuggling. Act for the preven-
inquiry into his judicial conduct, tion of (3 and 4 W. IT'. c. 53),
'35. 198; the motion rescinded, '34. 134; Act Amendment (4 W.
id. 199.

IV. c. 13), '35. 129, 130.
Mr. Beaumont, charged with Smyrna, consul at, 31. 182; differ-
the issue of forged Exchequer ences at, '29. 233; fire at, '42.
Bills, '42, 214.

240.
Mr. Egerton, principal in | Snails, '29. 43; their lovgevity in
the founding of the Permanent confined places, id. 44; construc-
Night Asylum for the houseless tion of their shells, '30. 45 ; re-
poor, at Liverpool, '31. 220, markable shell of one, id, ib..

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Snake, the, '28. 31 ; 29. 43.
Snap-dragon, the, '28.37.

flowered Maurandia,
31. 41.
Snares for deer, punishment for hav.

ing, '28. 134; for setting, id. ib.;
and see alteration of the law,

GAME LAWS.
Speedorf, '31. 77; *32. 75.
Snellius, law of refraction, '29. 63.
Snenton, population of, '33. 70;

church at, intended, '38. 219; ac-

count of, '40. 233.
Snizort, population of, '33. 85.
Snorro Sturleson I., '31. 69; '32.

74.
Snow, its formation, &c., described,

30. 88; warmth of, '28. 31;
effects of, on vegetation, '30. 37 ;
clearing of, from footpath, law re-
lating to (1829), id. 130; hail
and rain, remarks upon, id. 87—
89; and ice, when prevalent, '28.

31.
Snow-drop, the, '28. 32 ; '29. 31;

general time of its appearance,

30. 39.
Snow-drop tree, '29. 65.
Snow water, not fit for cooking, '36.

25.
Snowy pear, '29. 66.
Snuff, duty on (1829), '30. 205; in
1830, 1831, and 1832, '34. 164.

and tobacco, quantity of, im•
ported, and amount of duty on
same, in 1829, '31. 188; import,
export, and home consumption of,
1830, '32. 179; '33. 178; in
1831, '34. 157; quantity entered
for home consumption, and rate
and amount of duty on same, in
1832, id. 170; in 1833, '35.
183 ; quantity imported and en.
tered for home consumption, in
1834, '36. 173; in 1835, 37.
169: imports of, value of, in
1834 and 1835, id. 163; import
and home consumption of, and
duty on, in 1837, '39. 186; the
same, in 1838, '40.179; the same,
in 1839, '41. 186; the same, in
1810, '42. 159; exports of, value
of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 162;
the same, in 1835, 1836, and
1837, '39. 183.

Soambar, a Hindoo day, '30. 27.
Soame Jenyns, '31. 76; '32. 61.
Soane, Mr. G., his petition respect-

ing Sir John Soane's Museum
Bill, '34. 190.

Sir John, dies, '38. 128; his
latest work, the State Paper Office,
described, '34. 214; his Museum
Bill read a first time, id. 186;
passed, id. 190; Act, for same,

id. 207.
Soap, its effect on the skin, '29. 120;

improper for washing new-born
infants, id. 115.

duty on (1829), '30. 200.

duty on (1829), '30. 203;
amount of, in 1837, '39. 177;
same, and quantity charged in
1838, '40. 173; produce of addi.
tional duties on, in 1840 and 1841,
'42. 153.

duties, prosecutions for, in
1834, '36. 171.

revenue from, from the reduc-
tion of the duties, to 5th January,
1834, '35. 186 ; amount produced
by duty on, in 1827, 29. 187.

hard and soft, quantity of,
charged with duty in England
and Scotland, in the years ending
5th April, 1831 and 1832, 33.
181; amount of duty on, in 1830,
1831, and 1832, 34, 164; quán-
tity of, charged with duty, and
amount of duty ou, in 1833, '35.
183; quantity of, charged with
duty, and amount of same, in
1834, '36. 160.

Duty Act Allowances Act,
continued (5 and 6 W.IV. c. 15),
'36. 110; Duties Act (3 W. IV.
c. 16), '34. 109; Act continuing
allowances in same, except for
soap used in whitening new linen
for sale (2 and 3 Vict. c. 32),
40. 149; Duties Consolidation
Act (3 and 4 Vict. c. 49), '41.
154.

quantity of, made, duty on,
quantity exported, and drawbacks,
in the years 1827, 1828, and 1829,
31. 178; 1830 and 1831, '33.
181; in 1831 and 1832, and al-
lowances, &c., '34. 164; manu-
factured in Great Britain, in 1833,

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'35. 186 ; in 1834, '36. 171; in
1835, '37. 170; same, and amount
of duty on, in 1836, '38. 181;
quantity manufactured in Great
Britain, in 1837, '39. 193 ; iu

1810, 42. 165.
Soap, quantity exported, in 1834,

'36. 171; exports of, and allow-
ances on, in 1835, '37. 170; ex-
ports of, iu 1837, '39..193.

- and candles, value of, exported,
in 1827, '28. 167; quantity, and
declared value of exports of, in
1828, *31.177; in 1830, '33. 179;
in 1831, '34. 158; in 1836, '38.
178 ; in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161;
the same, in 1835, 1836, and 1837,
'39.183; the same, and quantities
thereof, in 1838, '40. 180; the
same, in 1839, 41. 187; the same,
in 1840, '42. 162; export of, from
Ireland, in 1825 and 1835, 39.
189.

arsenical, for preserving zoolo-
gical specimens, composition of,
'38. 26.

- lees, carrying of, through the
streets, law relating to (1829),
'30. 138.

manufacturers, allowances to,
in 1840, '42. 165.

suds, valuable for manure, '29.
134.
Social war of Greece, *28. 52; or

Marsic
“Socialism,

discussion on, and
motion for address to the throne
upon, 41. 201; again discussed,

id. 202.
Societies in and near London, af-

fording pecuniary relief, '30. 144

-149.
Society for religious objects in ge-

neral, in and near London, '30.
153, 154.

of Arts, meetings of, from No-
vember 1832 to June 1833, '33.
19; from November 1833 to June
1834, 31. 27.

of Beneficence, at the Hague,
29. 131.
“Society of Friends of Ireland," &c.,

suppressed, '31. 235.
Socrates, '28. 51; '31. 64, 65; '32.

48, 50,

Soda, muriate of, and sulphuric

acid, used for purifying sick

rooms, '28. 112, 113.
Sodor and Man, diocese of, revenues

of bishop, and of benefices, sums
paid to curates, in whom pa.
tronage of benefices vested, and
other particulars relating to same

(1835), '36. 82–89.
Soft soap, a remedy against the build-

ing of swallows, '29. 38.
Soham, population of, '33. 58.
Soho, coining machinery, '29. 60.
Soil, its effect on the structure of

trees, '30. 40.
Soissons, congress at, '31.51.
Sol, value of, 28. 165.
Solanum-leaved lasiopetalum, '31.

41.
Solar system, table of the principal

elements of the, '28. 30; motiou
of, Dr. Herschel, '29. 59.

year explained, and its dura-
tion, '30. 5, 6,
Soldiers, civil punishments of, in

the British army, prevail, '35.
261; their good or bad conduct
to be notified to churchwardens,
and notices of same to be posted
(1 W. IV. c. 15), '32. 138; im.
prisonment of, for offences (1
W. IV, c. 15), id. 138 ; letters,
postage of,'40.73; wilfully maim-
ing themselves, how punishable
(1W. IV. c. 15), '32. 138; se.
ducing of, or inciting to mutiny,
punishment for, 1837 (7 W. IV.
and 1 Vict. c. 91), '38. 164, 165;

prison for, '40. 158.
Soleure, insurrection in, '42. 235.
Solicitor-General Sir William Horne,

'31.240; Mr. Pepys, '35. 255; Sir
Edward Sugden, '30. 262.

for Scotland, Henry
Cockburn, 31. 240.
Solid, or cubic measure, 28. 101.
Solid measures, in France, '30. 113,

116.
Solidity and capacity, measures of,

'29. 112.
Solinus, '31. 65; '32. 53.
Solis, Ant. de, '32. 71.
Solitary confinement, when inflicted

(1828), '28. 129, 131, 146; but
limited to certain periods by sta-

war, id. 53.

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