Oldalképek
PDF
ePub

Valparaiso, consul-general, and vice in 1833, '35. 176 ; quantity of

consul at, their salaries (1828), same, in 1840, '42. 163; value of
31. 183.

imports from, and of exports of
Valpy, Rev. Dr., dies, '37. 110. home produce, &c., and foreign
6 Valteline, History of the,” '32. and colonial merchandize to, in
57.

1831, '34. 160 ; value of imports
Value, official, of goods, what it is, and exports into, and from, in
28. 1667.

1833, '37. 165.
Valuable securities, stealing, pu Van Dieman's Land, trade with, see
nishment for, '38. 162.

further, New South WALES, the
66 Valuable security,” meaning of entries of the trade with which

the words, '28. 131 ; stealing, law generally include that with Van
relating to, :28. 131; the same Dieman's Land and Swan River.
altered by 1 Vict. c. 90, '38. Van Helen, '31. 69.
162.

Van Kampen, '31. 79.
Valve for water-pipes, newly in Van Marnix, '31.71.
vented, '28. 180.

Van Munster, '31. 71.
Valverda, '31. 73; '32. 71.

Van Swieten, '31. 75.
Van Alphen, '31. 77.

Vanbrugh, '31. 74; '32. 61.
Van Buren, Martin, elected Pre Vandael, dies, '41. 138.

sident of the United States, '38. Vandals, '28. 55; in Africa, id. ib.;
244; his farewell address, '42. subdue Spain, id. ib.
234.

Vander Goes, '31. 75.
Van Dieman's Land, discovered, Vander Heyden, '31. 69.

30. 96; date of settlement of, Vander Palm, 31.79.
how governed, population, im Vanelloes, duty on (1832), '33.
ports and exports, and tonnage 193.
inwards and outward (1831), '32. Vanessa, Atalanta, '29. 41; cardui,
104, 105; trade with : coals, quan id. ib.; caterpillar of, '30. 38;
tity of, exported to, in 1833, :35. urticæ, '29. 33.
186 ; cotton goods, British, quan Vanini, '31. 72; '32. 56.
tity and value of exports to, in Vansittart, Mr., succeeds Clive as
1833 and 1834, '36. 169; in governor of Bengal, '32. 29.
1838, '40. 182; hardwares and Varchi, '31. 72; '32. 55.
cutlery, exports to, value of, in Variances between records and evi-
1838, id. 183; hops, quantity dence, Act to prevent a failure of
of, exported to, and amount of justice by reason of (9G. IV. c.
duty on, in 1833, '35. 185; linens, 15), '29. 145.
exports to, value of, in 1838, '40. Variation of the compass, Columbus,
183; silk manufactures, exports '29. 62.
to, value of, in 1838, id. ib.; Various-leaved Banksia, '31. 37;
value of exports to, in 1828, *31. Petrophila, id. 42.
177; value of exports of British Varius, 28. 54.
produce, &c., to, in 1828, id. Varna, siege of, -29. 242; surren-
ib.; the same, in 1830, '33. dered to the Russians, id. 245.

the same, in 1831, '34. Varnish, duty on (1829), '30. 202.
159; the same, in 1827, 1830, Varnishes, improvement in the ma-
1833, 1834, and 1835, '37. 160; nufacture of, '28. 181.
in 1836, '38. 174; in 1836 and Varnished heath, '31. 39.
1837, '39. 190 ; in 1838, 40. Varro, 31. 65 ; '32. 52.
181; in 1839,'41. 188; IMPORTS : Vasari, '31.70; '32. 55.
wheat, quantity of, imported from, Vasco de Gama, '28. 59.
in 1833, '35. 180; quantity of Vasconcellos, F. de, '32. 71.
wool imported from, in 1832,

Paulino de, '32. 72.
'34. 166; wool, import of, from, Vatismênil, M. de, appointed grand

180 ;

master of the University of Paris,

29. 234.
Vattel, '31. 77; 32. 69.
Vaucluse, riot at, '42. 237.
Vaud, canton of, oumber of offences,

from 1803 to 1826, '29. 101.
“ Vaudeville" theatre, burnt, '39.

248.
Vaudois protestants, returns relating

to, moved for, '33. 196.
Vauquelin, his experiments on

the nutritive qualities of potatoes,

carrots, and turnips, '29. 129.
Vauxhall bridge, committee of the

Commons, as to opening toll free,
appointed, '42. 181.

Gardens sold, '42. 242.

or South London water-
works, their source of supply,
number of tenants, and quantity

of supply (1829), *29. 105.
Veadar, a Jewish month, '30. 13.
Vecchi, Oraz., '31. 72; '32. 56.
Vega, Garcilaso de la, '32. 70.

Lope de, '31.73 ; '32. 71.
Vegetable, sedative, and narcotic

poisons, "28. 120; acrid poisons,
id. 118, 119; acro-narcotic poi-

sons, id. 121-123.
Vegetation, effects of snow on, '30.

37.
Vegetius, '31. 65; Renatus, T. '32.

53.
Velasquez, '31. 75; '32. 71.
Veldeck, Heinrich v., '31. 68.
Velleia paradoxa, '31. 43.
Velleius Paterculus, '31. 65 ; '32.

52.
Vellore, defeat of Nizam and Hyder

Ali at, '32. 31; mutiny at, id. 43.
Vellum, duty on (1829), '30. 202.
Velvet, see Silk MANUFACTURES.
Velyn, P., dies, '37. 110.
Venantius, Fortunatus,'31.67; '32.

66.
Vendeans, peace with the, '28. 63;

pacification with the, '31. 54.
Vendemiaire, month of, *30. 20
Vendôme, insurrectionary move-

ment at, '37. 257.
Vendramini, John, dies, '40. 141.
Venereal disease, deaths from within

the Bills of Mortality, in 1827,

29. 110.
Venezuela. Federation of, '31. 57;

independence of, asserted,'31.234;

Yanes, president of, id. 236.
Veuice, foundation of, '28.55; first

doge of, id. 56; gold and silver
coius of, their names, value,
weight, alloy, and value in Eng-
lish money (1829), '30. 110 ;
ceded to Italy, '31. 56; declared
a free port, id. 234; consul-ge-
neral at, his salary (1828), id.
181 ; “ History of,” '32. 55, 56.

sumach, 29. 66.

and Lombardy, extent and
population of (1831), '33. 54.
Ventilation, definition of, '28. 111.

mode of, adopted in the
St. Pancras school, '42. 228.

and household cleanli-
ness, observations on, '28. 109-

113.
Ventnor, St. Catherine's Church at,

account of, '39, 221.
Ventôse, month of, '30. 20.
Venus, transit of, Horrox, '29. 59.

steam-packet, wrecked, '29.
236,
Vera Cruz, vice-consul at, his salary

(1828), '31. 182.
Verdigris, poisonous properties of,

and remedy against, *28. 118;
produced by the action of acid
and air on copper, id. ib.; duty on
(1829), '30. 201 ; 1832, '33. 193;

1836, '37. 129.
Verelst, Mr., president at Calcutta,

32. 31 ; he resigus, id. ib.
“ Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft

naturforschender Freunde in Ber-

lin," referred to, '30. 41.
Vermicelli, duty on (1829), '30.

205; 1832, '33. 193.
Vermillion, duty on (1829), '30.

201; (1832), '33. 193.
Vermont, abstract of the constitu.

tion, government, legislative and
executive, judiciary appoint-
ments, and elective franchise of
(1831), '32. 115; extent, popu-
latio:n, and number of representa-
tives, id. 120; population of, in
1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, and 1830,
and number of slaves in, in 1790,

'33. 90.
Vernal equinox, '28. 29.
Vernet, Carl, dies, '38. 128,

Verona, congress of, '28. 65; '31.60.
Veronica, the, '28. 35; arvensis, '29.

31, 33.
Verri, '31. 76.
Verrius Flaccus, '31. 65 ; '32. 52.
Versailles, alliance at, '31.52; peace

of, '28. 62 ; treaty of, '32. 37;
number of English residing at, in
1829, '30.217.

and Paris Railway,
opened, '40. 260.
Verstegan, his “ Restitution of De-

cayed Intelligence concerning Bri.

taine," referred to, '29. 7.
Verticillate Banksia, '31, 37.
Vertot, '31. 75; '32. 68.
Verulam Club, '30. 160.
Verus, L., 28. 54.
Vervius, treaty at, '31. 45.
Vesalio, '31. 70; '32. 55.
Vespasian, coins of, found on digging

the foundation of the Royal Ex-

change, '42. 218.
Vespertilio murinus, '29. 30.
Vessels, British, Registry Act (3

and 4 W. IV. c. 55), '34. 136 ;
further Act relating to admea-
surement of tonnage (5 and 6
W. IV.c. 56), '36. 127.

on canals or rivers, stealing
from, punishment for, -28. 132 ;
see further, NavIGABLE CANALS,
and RIVERS.

offences relating to, on the
Thames, '40, 153, 154.

one hundred and fifty arrive
at Liverpool in one day, '34. 242,
243.

outward bound, masters of,
required to carry bags of letters,
'40. 156.

owners of (Ireland), liable
for losses by fire (6 and 7 W.IV.
c. 61), '37. 129.

number of, in the Liverpool
Docks, 1828 and 1829, '30. 121.

number built and registered
in the British empire, in the years
ending 5th January, 1826, 1827,
and 1828, '29. 193; number and
tonnage of, built and registered in
the ports of the United Kingdom,
in 1832, '34. 159; number and
amount of tonnage of, built and
registered in the ports of the Bri.

tish empire, in 1831, 1832, and
1833, '35. 174; number and ton-
nage of, built and registered in
1835, in the ports of the British
empire, '37. 165; the same, and
number of men employed in, in
1835 and 1836, '38. 176; in
1837, '39. 188; in 1838, '40.184;
in 1839, 41. 190; the same in

1840, '42, 159.
Vessels, number of, belonging to the

ports of the British empire, in
1825, 1826, and 1827, 29. 193;
number of, with the amount of
their tonnage, that belonged to the
several ports of the British empire
on 31st December, 1829, 1830,
and 1831, 33. 182; number of,
belonging to the several ports of
the British empire, ou 31st De.
cember, 1832, and registered ton-
nage of same, and number of men
employed therein, '34. 159; num-
ber of, their tonnage, and number
of hands employed in, belonging
to the several ports of the British
empire, on 31st of December,
1833, '35. 176; number and ton-
nage of, and their crews, belong-
ing to the British empire, in 1835,
'37. 165 ; in 1836, '38. 176.

number of, with their ton-
vage, and number of men belong-
ing to the British plantations, in
1838, '40. 185.

number of, employed in the
trade of the United Kingdom, for

year euding 5th January, 1829,
*30. 207.

employed in foreign trade,
number of British and foreign,
tonnage of same, and number of
hands employed, in 1831, '33.
182; the same in 1840, '42. 160,
161.

and their tonnage employed
in the coasting trade of the United
Kingdom, in the year ending 5th
January, 1833, '35. 174; number
and tonnage of, employed in the
coasting trade of the United
Kingdom, in the years ending
5th January, 1834 and 1835, '36.
162; in 1840, '42. 161.

coasting, number and ton-

[ocr errors]

the

[ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors]

nage of, which entered the port of

London, in 1838, '40. 187.
Vessels, number of, entered inwards

and cleared outwards at ports of
the United Kingdom, during three
years, ending January 5th, 1828,
*29. 193; number of, and their
tonnage, that have entered Lon-
don and other ports named, from
foreign parts, distinguishing the
British from eign, in 1820,
1826, and 1831, '34. 163; eutered
inwards and cleared outwards in
the ports of the United Kingdom,
in 1833, and the several countries
from which they came, '35. 175;
British and foreign, number and
tonnage of, which entered inwards
and cleared outwards, in the years
ended 5th January, 1834 and 1835,
'36. 161.

number and tonnage of, dis-
tinguishing the countries to which
they belonged, which entered in.
wards and cleared outwards from
the ports of the United Kingdom,
in 1838, '40. 185; the same in
1839, '41. 189; number and ton-
nage of vessels which entered the
various ports named, in 1839 and
1840, '42. 160.

number of, which passed the
Sound, their tonnage and country
(1833), '35. 175; number and
tonnage of, which passed the
Sound, in 1838, '40. 187.

see further, SHIPPING, and
Ships.
Vesta, discovered, '29. 59.
Vestia lycioides, '31. 43.
Vestries, Act for the better regula-

tion of, and for the appointment
of auditors of accounts, in certain
parishes of England and Wales
(1 and 2 W. IV.c. 60), '32. 167

-170.
Vesuvius, eruption of, '29. 236,
Veterinary college, '30. 164.
Viaduct proposed in Holborn, '42.

205 ; also from Whitehall to

Southwark Bridge, id. ib.
Vibius, '31. 65 ; sequester, '32. 53.
Viburnum lævigatum, *29. 67;

odoratissimum, '31.43; tinus,
29. 67.

Vicar, right of, as to the erecting

tombstones without his leave, de-

cided, -40. 255.
“ Vicar of Wakefield,” '32. 62.
Vicarages, Act permitting the aug-

mentation of poor (1 and 2 W.
IV. c. 45), '32. 160.
Vicars choral, property of, vested

in the Eecclesiastical Commis-

sioners, '37. 144.
Vice, Society for the Suppression of,

30. 152.
Vice Admiralty courts, appeals

from, transferred to the Judicial
Committee of the Privy Council
(3 and 4 W. IV. c. 41), '34. 124.
Chancellor Shadwell, 28. 70.

of England, amount
of salary to any future one, '42.
143.

Chancellor's court, expenses
of, in 1836, '38. 187; two new
courts erected in Lincoln's-inn,
account of, '42. 232, 233.

Chancellors, two, Bill for ap-
pointment of, brought in, '41.
204 ; withdrawn, id. 212; Act
for the appointment of, their sa-
laries, &c. . (5 Vict. c. 5), 42.
142-144,

Treasurer's Office, reductions
in, '37. 183.
Vick, escapement clock, '29. 60.
Vicramaditya, era of, '30. 25.
Victoria, Princess, guardian of, ap-

pointed (1 W. IV, c. 2), :32.
135–137.

attains her ma-
jority, '38. 245.

Queen, accession and pro-
clamation of, '38. 246 ; her mes-
sage to parliament on her acces-
sion, id. 205; her first speech, id.
ib. 206; for other speeches, see
QUEEN'S SPEECH; dissolves par-
liament, '38. 246 ; visits Guild-
hall, id. 248 ; is crowned, '39.
250; announces her intention to
marry Prince Albert, '41. 253 ;
married to Prince Albert, id. ib.;
assassination attempted by Ox-
ford, id. 254 ; she gives birth to
a daughter, id. 256 ; to a son,
244.

Park, Act for making (4

*42.

and 5 Vict. c. 27), '42. 128; ac-
count of the intended park, id.

205.
Victoria Rooms, Bristol, account,

view, and ground plan of, '39.
243—246; note concerning same,
'40. 248.

and Launceston Railway,
particulars of, '41.78.
Victorinus, '31. 65; '32. 53.
Victorius, '31. 65; 32. 54.
Victory, day of, '28. 15.
Victuallers, number of, in England

and Scotland, in 1829, '31. 193 ;
in England and Wales, in 1840,
'42. 169.

malt, quantity used by,
in year ending 10th October,

1839, '41. 196 ; see Malt.
Victualling houses, licences to keep-

ers of (9 G. IV, c. 61), "29.

168–173.
Vida, '31. 70; '32. 55.
Vienna, Alliance of, '31. 48; Con-

gress, '28. 64; peace of, id. ib.;
31. 57; definitive peace of, id.
51 ; treaty, id. 50; treaty of alli-
ance of, id. 51; treaty of, id. 59.

fire and loss of life at, '31.
236 ; flood at, and lives lost by,
id. 234.

the Turks before, '28. 59.

University, '28. 58.
Vieta, '31. 71 ; '32. 67; symbols

for quantities, 29. 55.
166 Views of Society and Manners,"

'32. 62.
Vigne, Pietro dalle, '32. 54.
Vignoles, Mr., bis plan for exca.

vating the Thames Tunnel, '30.

263.
Vigo, Mendez, killed, '40. 253.
Villa Flor, Count, defeats Portu-

guese insurgents, '28. 68; com-
mands for the Queen of Portugal
at Terceira, '30. 263; enters Lis-

bon, '34. 246.
Village Itinerancy Society, '30. 154.

system (India), what it is,
'33. 95.
Villani, J., '31. 68 ; '32.56.
Villanovan, Arn., '32. 54.
Villanueva, M. Garcia de, '32. 72.
Villaret, '31. 75; *32. 69.
Villegas, M. de, '32.71.

Villehardouin, '31. 69; Geoffrey

de, '32, 67.
Villèle administration in France,
dismissed, *29. 246.

and Peyrorinet (French)
ministry, dissolved, '29. 233.
Villena, '31. 69; '32.70 ; Ede, id. ib.
Villeneuve, '31. 75.
Villiers and Bowring, Messrs., their

first report on the trade between
England and France, '35. 111.
Villous Aotus, '31. 37; flowered

prostanthera, id. 42.
Vinegar, duty on (1829), '30. 205 ;

amount produced by duty on, in
1827, '29. 187; quantity of,
charged with duty 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; the same,
in 1834, '36. 160; in 1836, '38.
181; in 1837, '39. 177 ; same,
and quantity charged, in 1838,
'40. 173; produce of additional
duties on, in 1810 and 1841, 42.
153.

adulteration of, '36. 24.

proposed alteration in the
duties on (1835), '35. 111.

dealers, excise survey oll,
discontinued, '37. 123.
Vineis, P. de, '31. 68.
Vincent, Mr. Henry, motion for the
removal of, '41. 208.

square, church building in,
'37. 229; completed, '38, 218;

account of, id. 219, 220.
Vincentius, '31. 69.

of Beauvais, '32 67.
Vinci, L. da, '32. 55.

- Professor, his tables used for
the Nautical Almanac, '29. 15.
Vinculum, definition and sign of,

'28. 106.
Vinland, or Winenland, discovered,

'30. 93.
Viola lutea, '29. 37; odorata, id. ib.
Violence, robbery with, punishment

for, '28. 131; and see law al.

tered, '38. 160, 161.
Violet, its seeding time, and mode

of, '29. 37; the early, or March,

28. 33.
Violet-flowered prostanthera, '31. 42.

« ElőzőTovább »