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2. Tamworth, population and represen *39. 32; remedy against the poi-

tation of, '33. 72; petition from, sonous effects of, '28. 117.
remarks in the House of Com Tartaric acid, duty on (1832), '33.
mons, and on Sir James Graham's 193; remedy against the poison-

conduct concerning, '42. 188, 189. ous effects of, '28. 117.
Tanagra, battle of, 28. 51.

Tartars, overcome in Russia, '28.
Tanganrog, vice-consul at, his salary 58; their mode of computing
(1818), '31. 180.

time, '30. 6.
Tangier, vice-consul at, his salary

“ History of the,” '32. 79.
(1828), '31. 183.

Tasso, Bernardo, :31. 70; '32. 55.
1. Tanjore taken by the English, '32. Torquato, '31. 70 ; '32. 56;

28, 32; rajah of, dethroned, id. death of, '28. 59.
32; restored, id. 33; yields his “ Translation of,” '32. 60,
power to the English, id. 41.

73.
Taou-kwang, emperor of China, '30. Tassoni, A., '31. 72; '32.56.
28.

Tate, Christopher, dies, '42. 124.
Taper, burning of, as a measure of Mr., his “System of London
time by king Alfred, '31. 5.

Bankers' Clearances” referred to
Tapes, small wares, &c., exports of, and quoted,” '42. 170.

quantities and declared value of, Tatischeff, V., '31. 75 ; '32. 76.
in 1838, '40. 180; the same in Tattersall, Mr. G., architect of Lady
1839, '41. 187.

Owen's school, '41. 238.
Tapioca, duty on (1829), '30. 205 ; Tattershall, Mr. Richard, architect
(1832), '33. 193.

of Dukinfield new Presbyterian
Tar, duty on (1829), '30. 200; im (Unitarian) chapel, '40. 235.

port and home consumption of, Taubman, Fr., '31. 70; '32. 64.
in 1828, '31. 175; in 1830, '32. Tauler, John,"31. 68; '32 63.
179; '33. 178; in 1831, '34. 156; Taunton, Sir William, dies, '36. 240.
import and home consumption

of,

population of (1821), '29.
and duty on, in 1837, 39. 186; 82; population and representation
the same in 1838, 40. 178; the of, '33. 72; difference of time
same in 1839, '41. 185; the same between, and London, '31, 19;
in 1840, '42. 158.

Market Acts, '34. 204; '41. 217;
Tarbet to Glenfalloch, road from, Roads Repairing Act, id. 219.
progress of, '31. 229.

and Bridgewater Canal
Tardebigg, population of, '33. 76. Amendment Act, '33. 211.
Tardieu, dies, '39. 141.

Taunus-gebirge mountains, and their
"Targum," the, '32. 46.

several heights, '33. 44; alpha-
Tariff of import duties of the United betical index to same, &c., id. 49
States, '34. 94—102.

-53.
Tariffs, English and French, '35. Tauric mountains, and their several
104-112.

heights, '33. 45; alphabetical
Tarik, '28. 56.

index to same, &c., id. 49–53.
Tarins (twelve), (Sicily), value of, Tavistock, population of (1821), '29.
&c. (1829), '30. 108.

82; population and representation
Tarras, duty on (1829), 30. 202. of, '33.61 ; Small Debts Act, '41.
Tartaglia, '32. 55; gunnery, *29.

218.
60.

Taw Vale Railway and Dock Act,
Tartalea of Brescia, cubic equa '39. 215; Railway and Dock,
tions, '29. 55.

particulars of, '41. 80.
Tartar dynasty of China, from 1616 Taxation, amount of, of Austria,
to 1829, '30. 28.

Papal dominions, and Prussia,
Tartar emetic, resembles magnesia, compared with the poor rates

28. 117; quantities that may be levied in England and Wales, in
ll
administered in particular cases, 1831 '35. 190, 191.

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Taxation, indirect, its advantages,

38. 69.
“ Taxatio Ecclesiastica Papæ Ni-

cholai," referred to, '38, 123,
Taxed carts, reduction of duty on

(2 and 3 W. IV. c. 82), '33. 159.
Taxes, direct, on capital (1829),
'30. 206.

average proportional sums
paid on amount of, and of poor
rates, by each individual in the
kingdom, in 1801, 1811, 1821
and 1831, '34. 175.

imposed, amount of, from
1831 to 1835, '37. 155; in 1835
and 1836, '38. 171.
estimated

gross and net
amount of taxes repealed, expired,
and reduced, and of taxes imposed
in each year, from 1814 to 1832,
'34, 149.

repealed, amount of, from
1831 to 1835, '37. 155; in 1835
and 1836, '38. 171.

revenue from, viz. : for year
ending January 5tb, 1828, 29.
184-188; amount of rates of,
of customs, excise, and stamps,
and produce of the same, in 1829,
'30. `198—205 ; produce of, in
1830 and 1831, 32. 175; in
1831 and 1832, '33. 172 ; pro-
duce 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; in 1834 and
1835, '36. 151 ; net produce of,
in years 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 1841,
'42. 152; gross receipt of, in
Great Britain, for the year ended
January 5th, 1838, 39. 178;
same, for the year ended 5th Ja-
nuary, 1841, 42. 149.

petitions relating to, pre-
sented in the session of 1831, their
particular objects and number of

signatures, '35. 224, 225; in ses
sion 1835, '36. 213; in session
1836, '37.227; in session 1837,
38. 216 ; in session 1837-8, 39.
217; in session 1839, 40. 220;
in session 1840, '41. 224 ; in ses-

sion of 1841, '42. 199.
Taxes, increased in North America,
28. 62.

and Stamps, Boards of, con-
solidated, Act for, &c. (4 and 5
W. IV. c. 60), '35. 151; further
Act relating to (5 and 6 W.IV.

c. 20), '36. 115.
Tay Navigation Act, '31. 212;

Amendment Act, '40. 218.
Taylor, Dr. Brooke, harmonic curve,
'29. 55.

Sir Herbert, dies, '40. 257.
Jeremy, '31. 72; 32. 60.
Mr. M. A., dies, '35. 259.

Sir Robert, his bequest to the
University of Oxford, '42. 202.

Rev. R., convicted for blas-
phemy, '28. 70.

Thomas, dies, '36. 108.
William, dies, '37. 110.

and Randolph Institute at
Oxford, account of, and of the

building for same, '42. 102, 103.
Te Water, '31. 79; '32. 74.
Tea-tree, '29. 67 ; mountain, id. 65;

Paragua, id. 67; South Sea, id.
65; New Zealand, '31. 41.

imported into England, '28.
60; exclusive trade in, '31. 123;
trade opened, '34. 143; account
of the qnantity of, consumed in
the principal European states,
with the rates of duty, '30. 211;
tax in America, '28. 62; flung
into the sea at Boston, id. ib.; 31.
53.

duty on (1829), '30. 205;
amount produced by duty on, in
1827,'29. 187; amount of duty on,
in 1830, 1831, and 1832, '34. 164;
duty fixed at 2s. ld. per pound
(5 and 6 W. IV, c. 32), '36.
120; quantity of, charged with
duty in England, in the years
ending 5th April, 1831 and 1832,
'33. 181; quantity of, charged
with duty, and amount of duty
on, in 1833, '35. 183; in 1834,

'36. 160; consumption of, and
amount received for duty on, in-
creased by the reduction of the
rate of duty, '41, 97, 98; produce
of additional duties on (1840

and 1841), '42. 153.
Teas, imports : value of, imported

in 1827, '28. 167; quantities im-
ported in 1833–34 and 1834-35,
the last year of the India Com-
pany's monopoly, and the first
year of the open trade, '36. 172;
imports of, value of, in 1834 and
1835, 37. 163; imports and home
consumption of, and duty on, in
1837, 39. 186; the same, in
1838, '40. 178; the same, in
1839, '41. 185; the same, in
1840, 42, 158,

home consumption of, quan-
tity entered for, and amount of
duty on same, in 1832, '34. 170 ;
retained for home consumption in
Ireland, in 1790 and 1828, id.
162.

import, export, and home
consumption of, in 1828, '31.
175; in 1830, 32. 179; '33.
178; in 1831, '34. 156; in 1836,
'38. 178; exports of, value of, in
1831 and 1835. '37. 162.

sales, prices, &c., quantity
put up to sale and quantity re-
fused for 1826, 1827, and 1828,
'30. 210; tea' sales in England,
mode in which they are conducted
by the East India Company, and
effect of the laws regulating the
trade in that article (1830), '31.
128—131 ; prime cost and quan-
tity of, exported from Canton
by the East India Company, from
1824 to 1827, with quantity sold
in England and British America,
30. 210; quantity and value of,
sold by the East India Company
at the Cape of Good Hope, Que-
bec, Montreal, and Halifax, from
1825 to 1827, id. ib. ; value of,
sold at India Company's sales in
1834–35, '36, 171; prices of, how
fixed in China, '31. 128.

quantity of, imported into,
and exported from the United
States, in 1826 and 1827, '30.210;

duty on, by the American tariff

of 1824, '30. 210.
Teak wood, duty on (1836), '37.

128.
Teazles, duty on (1829), '30. 202.
Teche, the Chinese horary charac.

ters, '30. 28.
Teddington, rental of the parish of

(1829), :29. 85.
Tedeschi, Nicholas, '31. 68; '32.55.
Teen Kan, the Chiuese celestial

signs, '30. 27.
Teeth, duty on, 1831, '33. 193 ;

1836, '37. 128.
Teething, deaths from, within the

Bills of Mortality in 1827, 29.

110.
Teetotalers, great meeting of, '42.

234.
Tegnapatam purchased, '32. 26.
Tegner, '31. 79; '32. 75.
Teheran, murder of the Russian

embassy at, '30. 260.
Teign Navigation Act, '37. 224.
Teignmouth Improvement Act, '37.

219; Harbour Improvement Act,
. ed. 224.

Lord, Governor-General
of India, '32. 39; dies, '35. 255.
Tekemt, an Abyssinian month, '30.

13.
Telegraph invented, '28. 62.
“ Telemachus,” '32. 68.
Telescope invented, '28. 59; Roger

Bacon, 29. 62; Leonard Digges,
id. ib.; made by Jansen, id. ib.;
used by Galileo, id. 59; achro-
matic, Hall, id. 63; Dollond, id.
ib.; astronomical, Kepler, id. ib.;
reflecting, James Gregory, id. ib.;
Tschirnhausen, id. ib.; Newton,
id. ib.; front-view reflecting, Ra-
mage, id. ib.; great reflecting,

Herschel, id. ib.; single lens, id. ib.
Telford, Mr., a commissioner for in-

quiring into a supply of water in
the metropolis, '29. 103; engineer
of St. Katherine's Docks, id. 221;
his improvements in the line of
the Birmingham Canal, '30. 245 ;
his report on the London and
Holyhead road, referred to, id.
243, 244; designer of the new
Bridge of Don, '31. 223; his evi-
dence as to the shortening the road

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from London to Edinburgh, '31. | Tenant, wilful damage by, power to
226; engineer of the Dean Bridge, order compensation for, '40. 161.
Edinburgh, '32. 232; designer of

landlord and, law and prac-
the Ballater timber bridge, '34. tice between, in Ireland, '31. 108,
238; engineer of Herne Bay Pier,
id. 229.

Tenby, population of, '33. 81.
Tell, William, '28. 57.

Tenby Borough and Harbour Im.
Telopea speciosissima, 31. 43.

provement Act, '39. 210.
Temeswar, truce of, '31. 48.

Tenements, Act to facilitate the
Temperance, effect of, shewn in the

recovery of possession of, after due
Dublin quarter sessious, '42. 235. determination of tenancy (1 and

- pledge, administered by 2 Vict. c. 74), '39. 157, 158.
Fathew Mathew, '42, 237.

Teneriffe, consul at, his salary
Temperature, relative expression of, (1828), '31. 181.

by the thermometers of Fahrenheit, Tenessee, abstract of the constitution,
Reaumur, Centrigrade, and De government, legislative, and exe-
Lisle, '30. 90; rules for changing cutive, judiciary appointments,
the degrees of any one scale into and elective franchise of (1831),
those of another, id. ib. 92; de '32. 118; extent, population, and
pression of, the cause of dew, '28. number of representatives, id. 120;
20; of the body, uniformity of, population of, and number of
necessary to health, '29. 119; ex slaves in, in 1800, 1810, 1820,
treme coldness of, January, 1830, and 1830, '33. 90.
'31. 234; mean, in England, of Tenterden, population of, '33. 65.
each season, for ten years, ending

Lord, his interpretation
1835, and for 1838, 41. 33.

of the word “manufacture,” '30.
Templars, instituted, '28. 57; sup 125; he dies, '33. 232.
pressed, id. 58.

Ter, an Abyssinian month, '30.
Temple, William, '31. 72; '32. 60. 13.

Beg, &c., Inclosure Act, Terceira, expedition of Portuguese
'35. 218.

emigrants to, '30. 259; expedi-
(Bristol) Bridge Act, '39. tion against, by Don Miguel, id.
211.

260; expedition to, id. 261; at-
(London), fire in the, '39. tack upon, repulsed, id. 264; de-
249.

bates on, '31. 201, 202; taken for
of Diana, at Ephesus, burnt, Donna Maria, '33. 229; British
'28. 52.

vice-consul at, his salary (1828),
Templemore, population of, in 1821 31. 181.
and 1831,'34.91.

Duke of, comes to England,
Templetonia retusa, '31. 43.

'38. 247.
Temporalities of the Church in Ire- Terence, 28. 53.

land, Act amending laws relating Terentianus, '31. 65; Maurus, '32.
to (3 and 4 W. IV. Č. 37), '34. 53.
118-123; Act amending same Terentius, '31. 65; '32. 52.
(4 and 5 W. IV. c. 90), '35. 160 Terms, law, or seasons of the year,

– 162; Act explaining and fur 28. 8, 9.
ther amending same (6 and 7 W. Easter and Trinity fixed, '28.
IV. c. 99), '37, 143, 144.

9; '31. 1637; 32. 1377.
Ten thousand Greeks, retreat of, '28. commencement of, regulated
51.

(1 W. IV. c. 70), '31, 163.
tribes of Israel, captivity of, Terra del Fuego, discovered, '30.
'28. 50.

94; extent and population of, in
Tenant for life, his executor entitled 1828, 28. 73.

to apportionment of rent, annuity, - Japonica, duty on (1829), '30.
&c. (4 W.IV. c. 22), '35. 132. 202; the same (1832), '33. 193.

Terra sienna, duty on (1829), '30.
202; same (1832), '33. 193.

umbra, duty on (1829), '30.
202; the same (1832), '33. 193.

Verde, duty on (1832), '33.
193.
Terrestrial signs of the Chinese, '30.
28.

and celestial globes, dis-
sertation on, '42. 19-27.
Territorial revenues and charges of

India for the year 1829–30, '33.

100.
Terror, reign of, '28. 62.
Tertullian, '28.54; '31. 65;'32.53.
Teschen, peace of, '31. 53.
Tessellated pavement discovered in

Threadneedle-street, '42. 204.
Test and Corporation Acts, debates

upon the repeal of, *29. 204–
208; Acts repealed by (9 G. IV.

c. 17), id. 145—147.
Testament, New, authors of the, '32.

47.
Teston (Bavaria), its value, &c.

(1829), '30. 103 ; (Portugal), its

value, &c. (1829), id. 107.
Testone of three paoli (Papal States),

its value, &c. (1829), '30. 106;

of twenty paoli, ditto, ditto, id. ib.
Tetbury Vicarage Sale Act, '40.

219.
Tetuan, vice-consul at, his salary

(1828), '31. 183.
Teusin, peace of, '31. 47.
Teutones, defeated by Marius, '28.

53.
Teutonic order, established, '28. 57.
Tewkesbury, population and repre-

sentation of, '33.63 ; new church
at, account and view of, '37.232,

233.
Texas, declares itself independent,

'37. 251; discussion relating to,
id. 213; treaty of commerce
with,'41.258; and France, treaty

between, signed, '40.260.
Texel expedition, '28. 63.
Teynham, Lord, his motion on the

poor laws,'31. 204; found guilty
of swindling, '34. 244.
Thackrah, Mr., his “ Diseases of

Artisans,” referred to, '35. 34; his
statement of the average age of
printers, '39. 30.

Thaler (Prussia), its value, &c.

(1829), '30. 107; (Saxony), its
value, &c. (1829), id. 108.
Thales, '28. 51; arithmetic, '29.

56; electricity of amber, id. 60;
geometry, id. ib.

of Miletus, eclipses, '29, 57.
Thame and Aylesbury Road Act,

'39. 213.
Thames, overflow of, '29. 236;

greatly blocked with ice, '30.
259; hurricane on the, id. 261;
high tide and overflow of, '34.
249, 250; overflow of, '35. 254;
blocked with ice, '39. 249; spring
tide in, '42. 244.

water of, quantity of, con-
sumed in London and Westmin-
ster (1829), '29. 104; its bad
quality near London, proved, id.
108.

Embankment Committee,
'41. 205; survey of the, from
Nine Elms to Vauxhall and Bat-
tersea, intended, '42. 244.

Haven Railway Act, '37.
225; railway (and dock), par-
ticulars of, '41. 76.

Junction Railway, tunnel
under, and bridge over the Pad-
dington canal, '40, 249.

Junction, Bristol, and Bir-
mingham Railway, particulars of,
'41. 76.

Plate Glass Company Act,
'41.215.

- police on,'40.153; offences
on, enumerated, id. ib.

tunnel, description of, '28.
175 - 179; accident, id. 69;
water twice breaks into the, id.
178; a second time flooded, '29.
233; again opened, id. 239; loan
from government for, '36. 241;
new plan for excavating, '30.
263; Amendment Act, '34. 204;
company, revival of powers Act,
'41. 216; the tunnel nearly com-
pleted, and cost of same, '42.
236 ; Sir John Brunel passes

through it, id. 241.
“ Thames,” steam vessel, wreck of,

and loss of the crew, '42.235.
Thammuz, '28. 14; a Jewish month,

'30. 13.

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