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168;

938. 192; charity property, in-
come of, in (1834), 35. 191;
rental of charities, and income
of schools in, '36. 175; edu-
cation, proportion per cent. of
persons married in the year ended
June 1840, who could write,
'42. 171 ; electors, county, num-
ber of, in, in 1834 and 1835,
37. 182; excise licences issued,
and public-houses in, number of
(1831) '32. 185; families, number
of, in, and how occupied, in 1811,
1821, and 1831, 34. 86, 87;
houses, number of, in, in 1801,
1811, 1821, and 1831, id. 84,
85; number of, inhabited, un-
inhabited, and building, in 1841,
42. 107; jurors in, in 1835,
'37. 175; lunatics, &c., pauper,
proportion of, to population, in
1837, 38, 193; marriages, build-
ings registered for solemnization
of (1840), '41. 199; proportion
of persons married under the age of
twenty-one years, in the year ended
June 1840, '42. 171; occupations
of persons in (1831), '35. 85, 86;
offenders in, and proportion of,
to population (1837), '39. 90 ;
power-looms, number of,in (1836),
37. 183; RATES: amount of poor
and county rates levied in, in
1826, :29. 197; the same for
1827, and account of its expendi-
ture, 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 the year ending 25th
March, 1831, '33. 187; expended
on the poor in year ending Easter
1832, '34. 173; amount levied
and expenditure of same for year
ending 25th March, 1833, '35.
189; in the year ending 25th
March, 1834, '36. 174; the same,
in the years ending 25th March,
1834, 1836, and 1837, '38. 188;
decrease of same in 1837, com-
pared with 1831, id. 190; propor-
tion of paupers relieved to the po-
pulation of, in 1839 and 1840, '42.

Savings Banks, friendly
and charitable societies, amount of
deposits and accounts in (1831),
'32. 102; savings banks, average
amounts deposited in, and propor-
tion of depositors to population of
(1835), '37. 172; state of, on 20th
November, 1837, '39. 134; saviugs
banks, friendly societies, and cha-
ritable institutions, number of,
and of depositors, and amount of
deposits in, in 1836, '38. 193;
on 20th November, 1838, '40.
189; on 20th November, 1839,
'41. 194; on 20th November,
1840, '42. 166; Schools: en-
dowed, unendowed, and Sun-
day schools in, in 1818, *29. 91;
unendowed day schools in, in
1818 and 1828, id. 93; number
of Church of England schools in,
and of scholars in same (1832),
'33. 121; Taxes: amount of
land and assessed taxes of, in
1829, '31. 172; house tax, inha-
bited houses assessed to, and
rental of same, for year ending
5th April, 1830, '32. 106, 107;
TURNPIKE Trusts, their extent
and income in (1834), '35. 193;
trusts in, and income and expen-
diture of same, in 1834, '37. 177;
the same, and length of the roads,
in 1839, '42. 122; tolls collected

on, in 1834 and 1839, id, 118.
Staffordshire Potteries, quantity of

iron made, and of furnaces in, in
1827, -29. 196 ; Stipendiary Jus.
tice Act (2 Vict. c. 15), '40. 145;
Justice of the Peace Act, id. 214;
Police, &c., Act, id, ib.; Small

Debts Act, '42. 194.
Stage carriages, mileage and com-

position duties for, 1836, 1837,
and 1838, '40. 192 ; mileage and
composition duties on, in 1836,
1837, 1838, 1839, '41. 197; in
1838, 1839, and 1840, and other
facts relating to the number of
travellers by, at various times, '42.
116, 117; stamp duty on, amount
of, in 1837, '39. 178; the same,
in 1838, '40. 173; see STAGE
COACHES.

coach, number of horses used

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for one, from London to York,

'42. 121.
Stage coach, proprietors of, not liable

for loss of parcels above a certain
value, and not paid for extra (1
W.IV.c. 68), '31. 162, 163.

coachmen not to sell game,
'32. 154; number of, assessed to
the duty in 1832, 1833, and 1839,
42. 118.

coaches, Act for further regu-
lating (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 48),
'34. 128; number of, in 1820,
1831, 1834, and 1839, '42. 118;
duty, produce of, in 1827, 29.
188; duties on (2 and 3 W. IV.
c. 120), '33. 166-168; duty on,
amount of, in 1836, '38. 183;
duties on, Act (2 and 3 W. IV.
c. 120) repealed, and new duties
imposed (2 and 3 Vict. c. 66),
'40. 159; mileage duty on, in
1838, 1839, and 1810, and other
facts relating to the number of
travellers by, at various times,

42. 116, 117.
Stages, in France, '28. 58.
Stagnant water, &c., injurious to

health, 28. 113.
Stahl, '31. 74; '32. 65.
Stained paper, quantity of, charged

with duty, in the years ending 5th

April, 1831 and 1832, '33. 181.
Staines, Sir Thomas, his attack on
Carabusa, '29. 234.

-rental of the parish of (1829),
'29. 85; iron bridge at, progress
of, '31. 223; same opened, '33.
229; Bridge Rebuilding Act, '30.
232; Amendment Act, '35. 220;

institution, progress of, '36. 224.
Stainland, population of, '33. 78.
Stalybridge, see STAYLEY BRIDGE.
Stamford, population of (1821), *29.

82 ; population and representation
of, '33. 67; Improvement Act,
'42. 193; Water Act, '38. 210.

street, chapel in, observa-
tion on, '39. 222.
Stamp Act, American, '31.53.
Stamps, revenue of, viz. for year

ending 5th January, 1828, 29.
184, 188; gross receipt of, in
Great Britain and Ireland, in
year ended 5th January, 1838,

'39. 178; the same, in year ended
5th January, 1839, '40. 173;
gross receipt and net produce of,
in the year 1839, '41. 180 ; gross
income of, in the year ended 5th
January, 1841, 42. 149; pro-
duce of, 1830 and 1831, 32.
175; produce of, in 1831 and
1832, '33. 172; produce of, in
Great Britain, in the years ended
10th October, 1832 and 1833,
'34. 148; the same for the year
ended 10th October, 1834, '35.
166; net produce of, in 1834 and
1835, '36. 151 ; net produce of,
in year ended 10th October, 1835
and 1836, '37. 153; the same, in
1836 and 1837, '38. 170; the
same, in 1837 and 1838, 39.
175; the same,

in

years 1838 and
1839, 40. 170; the same, in 1839
and 1840, '41. 178; the same, in
the years ended 10th October,

1840 and 1811, '42. 152.
Stamp duties on advertisements, &c.,

Duty Reduction Act (3 and 4

W.IV. c. 23), '34. 116.
Stamps for bills of exchange, num-

ber of, issued in the year ending
5th January, 1831, and at what
prices, '32. 176; issue of, in 1831,
33. 174.

for deeds for England or Ire-
land may be used for either (1
and 2 Vict. c. 85), '39. 161; the
punishment of death for using old
deed stamps abolished, '42. 138.

on insurances from fire, Act
regulating (9 G. IV. c. 13), *29.
143; duties on sea insurances,
&c., amended, id. 161; on marine
insurances, sums received for, in
1831, '33. 182.

for letters come into use, '41.
254; the successful result of
same, '42. 95, 97.

on newspapers, number is-
sued for 1801 and 1826, '28. 172;
for newspapers and almanacs is-
sued from 1821 to 1830, '33.
188; newspaper, number of, is.
sued before and after the reduc-
tion of the duty, '38. 196; num.
ber of, issued in the years ending
15th September, 1836 and 1837,

whether for London, provincial,
Scotch, or Irish papers, '39. 196 ;
the same, in years ending 15th
September, 1838 and 1839, 41.
197; Act to reduce, and to amend
the laws relating to duties on news-
papers and advertisements (6 and 7

W. IV. c. 76), '37. 134—137.
Stamps or receipts, allowances upon,

to stationers, &c., regulated (9
G. IV. c. 27), '29. 148; amount
and rate of, on receipts for sums
below 501., in 1832, '34. 177.

and Assessed Taxes, Act
exempting several things from
(5 and 6 W. IV. c. 64), '36.
129; Boards of, Act for consoli-
dating, &c. (4 and 5 W. IV. c.
60), '35. 151; further Act relat-
ing to (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 20),
'36. 115; reductions in, '37.

183.
Standish, Frank Hall, dies, .42.

124.
Stanhope, population of, '33. 62.

Earl, his proposal of public
granaries, and making farmers
free from direct taxation, '39. 76,
77.

Lady Hesther, dies, '40.
259.
Stanislaus of Poland, opposed by

Russia, '31. 51.
Stanley, Hon. E. G. S., Chief Secre-

tary for Ireland, '31, 240; intro-
duces the Irish Reform Bill (3rd),
'33. 195; Colonial Secretary,
'34. 243; his dispatches to Ca-
nada, '35. 255; resigns, id. 206,
258.

Lord, obtains leave to bring
in Registration of Voters (Ireland)
Bill, '41. 203 ; see further, IRISH
REGISTRATION BILL; great meet-
ing against the same, '42. 235 ;
he lays the first stone of the Liver-
pool Collegiate Institution, id.

of (1829), '29. 85; Little ditto

ditto, id. ib.
Stanrig and Arbuckle Railway Act,

36. 209.
Stansfield, population of, '33. 78.
Stansted Mountfitchet Inclosure Act,

39. 209.
Stanton, Mr., British chaplain at

Macao, imprisoned, '42. 233.
Stanwell, rental of the parish of

(1829), 29. 85.
Stanwick Inclosure and Tithe Act,

35. 218.
Staphylea trifolia, '29. 67.
Star-fish, method of preserving, '38.

25.
Star pagoda (Madras), its value,

&c. (1829), '30. 105.
Starch, amount produced by duty

on, in 1827, .29. 187; duty on
(1829), '30. 203; Duties Act
(3 W.IV.c. 17), '31. 109; quan-
tity of, charged with duty in
England and Scotland, in the
years ending 5th April, 1831 and
1832, '33. 181; quantity of,
charged with duty, and amount
of duty on same, in 1833, '35.

183; in 1834, '36. 160.
Stark, Bernhard, dies, '41. 138.
Starling, the, '28. 37.
Stars, catologue of, Bayer, 29. 59;

Flamsteed, id. ib.; grouping and
nomenclature of, improvements
in, reported on by the British As-
sociation, '42. 227.

superstitions concerning the,
'28. 23.

consultation of the, id. ib.
fixed, and planets, see PLANETS.

of perpetual apparition, '41.
36.
Start Point lighthouse, commenced,

'35. 2-47.
Starvation, deaths from, former pre-

valence of, '35. 30, 31; deaths
from, within the Bills of Mor-
tality, in 1827, 29. 110; number
of

persons said to have died from,
and observation on the error in

same statement, '41. 25, 27, 34.
State Paper office, description of,

34. 214.
6 State physician,” propriety of the

appoiutment of one, '36. 21.

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226.

Mr., debate on his conduct
in the appointment of Mr. Butler,
'42. 178; he resigns his office of
Assistant Secretary to the Poor

Law Commission, id. 181.
Stanmingley Road Act, '39. 213.
Stanmore, Great, rental of the parish

221;
206.

140;

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States General of France, convened,

'31.53; closed, id. 236 ; opened,

id. 238.
States of the Church, extent, popu-

lation, and naval and military

force of (1831), '33. 54.
Stationers, allowances to, upon the

purchase of receipt stamps, re-
gulated (9 G. IV, c. 27), 29.

148.
Stationers' Hall, number of works

entered at, from 1820 to 1832,

*34. 183.
Stationery, declared value of ex-

ports of, in 1828, 31. 177; in
1830, '33. 179; quantity and
value of, exported, 1831, 34.
158; exports of, value of, in
1834 and 1835, '37. 161; the
same, in 1835, 1836, and 1837,
:39. 183; the same, in 1838, 40.
180; the same, in 1839, id.
187; the same, in 1840, id.

162.
“ Statistical Society," meeting for
the formation of a, '35. 256.

tables, '28. 70–74.
Statistics, eminence of the French
in their study of, '29. 69.

of the world, '29. 69–75.

of the European States,
and of their colonies, '33. 53–
56.

of the United States of
America, '32. 109—132.

miscellaneous, -28. 88,
89.

of crime in England and
Wales, in 1839, '41. 110–116;
in 1840, 42. 100 - 106; in
France, '35. 39–59.

medical and vital, and
public health, dissertation on,
and facts relating to, '40.29451;
of disease and mortality in Eng-
land and Wales, in 1839, 41, 21

-34.
Statius, '31. 65; '32. 53.
Staunton, G. L., '31.76 ; *32. 62.

aves, see TIMBER.
Stavesacre, duty on (1832), '33.

193.
Stayley Bridge, Improvement Bill,

29. 181; church intended at,
37. 229; first stone of, laid, '39.

the same completed, '42.
Stays, the proper construction of,

29. 122; their malconstruction,
and the dangers arising from

them, id. 121.
Stead's Patent Wooden Paying Com-

pany's Act, '42. 192.
Stealing to the value of 51. in dwell-

ing house, punishment for, *28.
132; not punishable with death
(2 and 3 W. IV, c. 62), '33.

with menaces, punishment
for, 1837 (7 W.IV. and i Vict.
c. 86), '38. 160.

from the person, punish-
ment for, 1837 (7 W. IV, and I

Vict, c. 87), '38. 160, 161.
Stealing materials during manufac-

ture, punishment for, '28. 132;
law altered, see Act 1 Vict. c.

99, '38. 162.
Steam on water bottles, '28. 18, 19.

boat, '29. 63; the “ Mon-
ster," '30. 264.

accidents, number and
particulars of, number of lives
lost by, &c., in ten years, to 1838,
'40. 193, 194.

for ports of England,
Scotland, and Ireland, number
and tonnage of (1829), '31. 185;
boats regulated in the river by
the Lord Mayor, '30. 264; pas-
sengers, proposed tax on, '32.
190; number of passengers by,
in 1835 and 1836, between London
and Gravesend, '38. 110.

boiler, explosion of, at Mold
Green, '42. 241.

carriages, suggested by Dr.
Robinson, '37. 81 ; by Watt, id.
82; progress of the invention of,
id. 81-85.

communication with India,
vote for, '41, 207.

engine, observations and dis-
coveries in, '29. 63; Marquis of
Worcester, id. ib.; high and low
pressure, described, '39. 102. 103.

engines, power of, in Great
Britain (1829), 29. 88; not to
be erected near highways unless
screened, '36. 126,

navigation, observations on,

'38. 109, 110 ; rapid progress of, United Kingilom, and its depen-
exemplified in tables, id. 112 dencies, at the end of 1838, '40.
114; observations on, and facts 184.
relating to, *39.96-107; import Steam-vessels (Ireland) Act (9 G.
ance of, to civilization, id. 98; IV. c. 11), '29. 143.
navigation between Great Britain

of the United States,
and Ireland, effects of (1830), tonnage of, in 1836, '40. 187.
'31. 110, ill; navigation, fuel Steel, duty on (1832), '33. 193.
for, in England and America, and iron, wrought and un-
39. 103, 101; explosions, their wrought, value of, exported, in
frequency in merica accounted 1827, '28. 167.
for, id. 105.

quantity exported, in 1833
Steam Navigation Company (fur and 1834, '36. 156.
ther Act), *32. 214.

and iron, exports of, value of,
ships to cross the Atlantic, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161; the
proposed (1838), '38. 111; their same, in 1835, 1836, and 1837,
superiority over sailing vessels, '39. 185; the same, and quanti-
39.99; their speed as compared ties thereof, in 1838, 40. 180;
with sailing vessels, id. 100, 101. the same, in 1839, '41. 187; 'the

travelling, interruption of, at same, in 1840, '42. 162.
Melksham, '30. 263.

import and home consumption
vessels, number of, built and of, and duty on, in 1837, '39.
registered, from 1814 to 1827, 185; the same, in 1838, '40. 177;
'29. 193 t; number of, with the same, in 1839, '41. 184; the
amount of tonnage, and number same, in 1840, '42. 157; see also,
of men belonging to the ports of IRON and Steel.
the United Kingdom, from 1828, Steele, Mr., arrest of, '32. 236.
'30. 207; number and tonnage

R., '31. 74; '32. 61.
of, built and registered in the Steels in stays, injurious effects of,
ports of the United Kingdom, in '29. 122.
1832, '34. 159; number and ton Steinberg, commits five murders and
nage of, built and registered in suicide, '35.261.
each year, from 1814 to 1836, dis Stenanthera pinifolia, '31. 43.
tinguishing British possessions in Stenocarpus salignus, '31. 43.
Europe from British plantations, Stenochilus glaber, '31. 43; macu-
'38. 112; belonging to the British

latus, id. ib.
empire in each year, from 1814 Stephanius, 31. 66.
to 1836, distinguishing as above, Stephanus, '32. 50.
id. 113; number and tonnage of, Stephens, Henry, '31.71 ; '32. 67.
distinguishing the countries to

Mr. J. R., arrested, '40.
which they belonged, which en 255 ; true bill found against, id.
tered the ports of the United 257 ; convicted, id. 260.
Kingdom in each year, from 1814

Robert, '31. 71; '32. 67.
to 1836, id, 114; number and Stephenson, Mr. George, engineer of,
tonnage of, built and registered in and his description of the Liver-
British dominions, in 1837, '39. pool and Manchester Railway,
106; number and tonnage of, be 529. 226—229; prize given to,
longing to the British empire, in for his railway carriage, '30. 264;
1836, id. ib.; number and ton engineer of the Liverpool and
nage of, which entered the ports Manchester Railway, his descrip-
of the United Kingdom, and tion of the works at, up to 1829,
cleared out, with cargoes, in id. 251-253; his locomotive en-
1837, id. 107; number, tonnage gine, the Planet's, first passage with
and power of, belonging to the goods, '31. 231 ; his use of loco-
mercantile steam marine of the motive engines on railways, '37.

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