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Whitwell, Mr., the designer of the

Brunswick Theatre, '28. 174.
Whitworth, Sir Charles, his tables

of exports from Ireland to Great

Britain, referred to, '31. 109.
Whorl-flowered Haloragis, '31. 40.
Whortleberry, American, '29. 67.
Wibsey Low Moor Road Act, '39.

213.
Wichmann, Carl, dies, '37. 110.
Wick (Caithness), population of

(1821), '29. 83; population and
representation of, '33. 83.
Wicken Inclosure Act, '41. 214.
Wickliffe, John, 28. 58; '31. 68;

32. 58.
Wicklow, population of, in 1821

and 1831, '34. 90; electors, num-

ber of, in, in 1831, -37. 182.
Wickwar, &c. Inclosure Act, '39.

210.
Widern, Prussian commercial league,

'42. 114.
Widowers, number of, and their

several ages, in a certain number
of marriages, in England and

Wales, in 1838-39, '42. 49.
Widows, the same, id. ib.

Friend and Benevolent
Society, '30. 145; society for re-
lief of, id. 148.

and children of clergymen
in the diocese of London, society

for the relief of, '30. 146.
Wieland, 28. 62 ; 31. 76; '32. 65.
Wiffen, Jeremiah Holme, dies, '37.

110.
Wigan, population of (1821), "29.

82; population and representation
of, '33. 66 ; Rectory Leasing Act,
'38. 214; Small Debts Act, '42.
194.

Branch Railway Act, '31.
212 ; Railway, account of, '39.
121; '41. 70.

and Preston Railway Act,
'32. 216; Railway, particulars of,
41. 70.

Branch Railway Company,
and Preston and Wigan Railway
Company Union Act, '35. 223.
Wiggenhall, drainage, '34. 203.
Wiggins, Mr., his evidence of the

improvement of the Irish, '31. 107.
Wight, Isle of, difference of time

between, and London, '31. 19;
amount of land and assessed taxes
of, in 1829, id. 172; Parkhurst
prison in the, Act for establishing
(1 and 2 Vict. c. 82), '39. 160,

161.
Wigley, Mr., assaulted by Mr.

O'Gorman Mahon, '36. 2 10.
Wigton, population of, '33. 60.
Wigtown, population of, '33. 88.
Wigtownshire, population of, and of

the principal towns of, in 1811,
1821, and 1831, value of real pro-
perty in, and its representation,
133. 88; summary of same, in
1821 and 1831, distinguishing the
sexes, id. 89; the same, in 1841,
'42. 108; population of, in 1801,
1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and
increase per cent., id. 110; elec-
tors, number of, in, in 1836, '37.
183; bouses, number of inhabited,
uninhabited, and building, in
1841, '42. 108; occupations of
persons in (1831), '35. 103; turn-
pike trusts, their extent and in-
come in (1834), id. 193; gates in,
rents of, in 1833, 1834, and 1835,

37. 178.
Wilberforce, Mr., dies, '34. 246 ;

his funeral, id. 247; testimonial
to him at Hull, first stone of, laid,

'35. 260.
Wild, Charles, dies, '36. 108.

Mr. J. W., architect of Tri-
nity Church, Blackheath-hill, '40.
229; of Lee Church, '41. 229;
of St. Lawrence Church, South-
ampton, '40. 231, 233; of Streat-
bam Church, '41. 229; '42. 207.
Wild pigeon, the, '28. 33.
Wilderbosch, '31. 79; '32. 74.
Wilful damage by tenants, power

to order compensation for, '40.

161.
Wilken, Friederich, dies, '42. 124.
Wilkie, Sir David, dies, '42. 124,

239; address from Cults to his
sister and brother, id. 242; meet-
ing to arrange for the erection of
a monument to

id, ib.
Wilkins, Sir Charles, dies, '37. 110.

Mr., architect of London
University, *28. 174; of St.

his memory,

George's Hospital, '31. 219; of
the National Gallery, '35. 238;

he dies, '40. 141.
Wilks, John, dies, '28. 63.
Will Act (7 W. IV. and i Vict.

c. 26), '38. 135—138; observa-
tions on, and explanation of, id.
138; see also Wills.

stealing or destroying, punish-
ment for, '28. 133; for alteration
of the law, see CRIMINAL LAW.

forgery of, punishable with
death (1830), (1 W. IV. c. 66),
'31. 158; punishment of death
retained for, '33. 169; see further,

DEATH.
Willan, Dr., his report on the dis-

eases of London, extract from, '29.

122, 123.
Willement, Mr. T., designer of

some of the decorations for the
new Houses of Parliament, '42.

217.
Willems, Claes, '31. 69; '32. 72.
Willeram, '31. 66; '32. 63.
William, conquers England, '28.56;
invades France, id. 57.

III., his landing in Eng-
land, '28. 13, 161 ; be dies, id. 61.

- IV., accession of, '31.207;
proclaimed, id. 236; prorogues
parliament, id. 237; and the
queen go to Drury-lane theatre,
id. 239; is advised not to visit the
City of London on Lord Mayor's
day, 1830, id. 240; the abandon-
ment of his visit to the City dis-
cussed in parliament, '32. 187;
grants a new entrance to St.James's
park, '31. 216; and queen Ade-
laide, crowned, '32.240; corona-
tion, expenses of, '33. 189; at-
tacked by Collins, at Ascot, id.
230; he and the queen go to
Greenwich, '36. 247, 249; he
dies, funeral of, '38. 246; testi-
monials to his character in the
Lords and Commons, id. 205;
statue to him to be erected at the
end of Princes'-street, Bank, ac-
count of, '42. 204.

IVth's bridge at Stirling,
description of, '34. 233; diagram
of, id. 231.

of Malmesbury, '32. 58.
of Newbury, '32. 58.

William of Poictiers, '32. 66.

of Tyre, '32. 51.
Williams, executed for the murder
of Carlo Ferrari, '33. 228.

Mr., his work on “Sub-
ways,” referred to, '29. 181.

Mr. C. W., his establish-
ment of the first steam-boat be-
tween Dublin and Liverpool, '31.
110.

Mr. John, made a Baron
of the Exchequer, '35. 255.

Robert, Esq., rebuilds St.
Peter's Church, Compton Val-
lance, '40. 228.

ten (Dutch), value of,
&c. (1829), '30. 105.
Willington Bridge Act, '36. 208.

and Repton new Bridge,
account of, '40. 249.
Willis, Dyer H. M., dies, '42. 124.
Willow, "29. 41; tree, time for

planting, '28. 32 ; weeping, 29.
67.

leaved capraria, 31, 38;
Crowea, id. ib.; eriosternon, id.
39; Hakea, id. 40; steriocarpus,
id. 43.

wren, the, '28. 33 ; '29. 35,
39; its rate of flying, id. 40; the

yellow, '28. 34,
Wills, amount of probate duty on,

in the United Kingdom, in 1833,
'35. 194.

Bill, read a second time, '38.
199.

Act for the amendment of
the laws with respect to (7 W.
IV. and i l'ict. c. 26), '38. 135

- 138; observations on that sta-
tute, id. 1387 ; see also, Will.
Wilmington, consul at, his salary

(1828), '31. 182.
Wilna, insurrection at, *32. 237

treaty of, '31, 46.
Wilsden (including Twyford), ren-

tal of the parish of (1829), '29. 85.
Wilson, Mr., his observation on the
voices of birds, '29. 32,

Mr.J., his petition in favour
of extended copyright, presented,
'40. 199.

Mr. James, architect of the
Mechanics’ Institute, Bath, :40.
242; of Cavendish Chapel, Rams-
gate, '41. 232.

Wilson, Mr. S., Lord Mayor of Lon-
don, '39. 252.

Thomas, '31. 70; '32. 59.

Sir Thomas, his Estate Bill
rejected (Hampstead Heath In-

closure), '31. 204.
Wilsonstown, Morningside, and

Coltness Railway Act, '42. 197.
Wilt, '31. 69 ; '32. 72.
Wilton, population and representa-
tion of, '33. 75.

place, church in, first stone
of, laid, '41, 229; in progress,

42. 206.
Wiltshire, Mr., his description of

the mode of skin-dressing in Mo-
rocco, '38. 21.

extent and population of,
and number of sessions, ma-
gistrates, and parishes in, '28.
78; population of, and of the
principal towns of, in 1811,
1821, and 1831, value of real
property in, and its representation,
33. 75; summary of same, in
1821 and 1831, distinguishing
the sexes, id. 89; the same, in
1841, 42. 107; population of,
in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and
1841, and increase per cent.,
id. 109; extent of, in acres, '34.
84; difference of time between
the principal towns of, and Lon-
don, '31. 20, 21; bastards, num-
ber of, born in, in 1830, '34. 88;
number of, in 1835 and 1837,
'38. 192; rental of charities, and
income of schools in, '36. 175;
education, proportion per cent.
of persons married in the year
ended June 1840, who could
write, '42. 171; electors, county,
number of, in, in 1834 and 1835,
'37. 182; excise licenses issued,
and public houses in, number of
(1831), '32. 185; families, num-
ber 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, uninhabited,
and building, in 1841, '42. 107;
jurors in, in 1835, 37. 175; lu-
natics, &c., pauper, proportion of,
to population, in 1837,"38. 193 ;

marriages, buildings registered for
solemnization of (1840), '41. 199;
proportion of persons married un-
der the age of twenty-one years,
in the year ended June 1840, '42.
171; occupations of persons in
(1831), '35. 88, 89; offenders in,
and proportion of, to population
(1837), "39.90; 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 year ending 25th March,
1831, '33. 187; expended on
the poor, in year ending Easter,
1832, 34. 174; 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 1834, id. 190; propor-
tion of paupers relieed, to the
population of, in 1839 and 1840,
'42. 168; SAVINGS BANKS, friend-
ly and charitable societies, amount
of deposits and accounts in (1831),
'32. 102; savings banks, deposits
and depositors, increase of, be-
tween 1833 and 1834, '36. 103; SUE
savings banks, average amounts 29
deposited in, and proportion of
depositors to population of (1835), ''
37. 72; state of, on 201h No 123
vember, 1837, '39. 134; savings
banks, friendly societies, and
charitable institutions, number of,
and of depositors, and amount of tice
deposits in, in November 1836,
'38. 193; on 20th November,
1838, 40. 189; on 20th November,

839, 41. 194; on 20th Novem-
ber, 1840, '42. 166; SCHOOLS:
endowed, unendowed, and Sun- 100.
day-schools in, in 1818, 29. 91; peale
unendowed Jay-schools in, in 1818 dolie
and 1828, id. 93; number of

for year

Church of England schools in, Wind, influence of, in the tides in
and of scholars in same (1832), the Thames, '35. 24.

33. 121; Taxes: amount of Windmills, '29. 62; number of, in
land and assessed taxes of, in France (1829), id. 87.
1829, 31. 172; house tax, in Windeck, 31. 68; '32. 63.
habited houses assessed to, and Windle, population of, '33. 66.
rental of same,

ending Window tax, produce of, in 1827,
5th April, 1830, '32. 106, 107; 29. 188; net produce of (1829),
TURNPIKE TRUSTS, their extent 30, 206; number assessed, and
and income in (1834), '35. 193; amount of, in 1832 and 1833, '36.
trusts in, and income and expen 152; number assessed, and amount
diture of same in 1834, '37. 177 ; of, in 1834 and 1835, '38. 171;
the same, and length of the roads amount of duty, in 1837, '39.
in 1839, '42. 122, tolls collected 178; produce of additional duties,

on, in 1834 and 1839, id. 118. 1840 and 1841, '42. 153.
Wiltshire Society, '30. 159.

Windows, proper situation of, for
Wilts and Berks Canal Navigation health, '28. 111.
Extension Act, '36. 210.

Windsor, population of (1821), '29.
Wimborne Minster, population of, 82; population and representation

'33. 61; repairs of, account of, of, '33. 58; difference of time be-

'40. 233; Road Act, '42. 195. tween, and London, '31. 14.
Wimpfelingen, J., 31. 70; '32.

Castle, built, '28.58; re-
64.

pairs nearly completed, id. 173 ;
* Winchelsea, Earl of, and Duke of completion of the repairs of, '29.

Wellington, duel between, '30. 216 — 218; _description of, id.
261.

ib.; Round Tower of, increased
and Rye, population in height, '30. 237; other im.
and representation of, '33. 74. provements at, id. ib. 238; repairs
Winchester, population of (1821), of, debated, '31. 203; improve-

29. 82 ; population and represen ments at, proceedings of the, id.
tation of, '33. 63; new Corn Ex-

215 : committee on, expenses of,
change, account of,'39. 246, 247; '32. 190; stables, account of, '41.
Cemetery Act, '41. 217; Ceme 249, 250; St. George's Chapel,
tery, progress of, id. 237; Market revenues of (1835), '36. 83; robo
Act, '36. 207; College and Ca bery of plate at the Castle, '42.
thedral Exchange Act, '38. 214. 237.

diocese of, number of Wine, adulteration of, '36. 24; how
Sunday schools in the, in 1826, to be discovered, id. ib.
29. 95 ; number of parishes, be gallon, abolished, '28. 100.
nefices, and churches and chapels

French, observations on the
in, and population of (1834), "35. duties on, '35. 111.
128; revenues of bishop, of cathe and Spirit Licenses, Act re.
dral, and of benefices, sums paid lating to (6 and 6 W.IV.c. 39),
to curates, in whom patronage of '36. 122, 123.
benefices vested, and other par duties paid on, for home con-
ticulars relating to same (1835), sumption, from 1821 to 1829, '31.
'36. 82-89.

185; Duties Act (1 and 2 W.
Bishop of, dies, '28. 70. IV. c. 30), '32. 153; duties

-action against, equalized, id. 193; rates of duty
by Rev. C. Griffin, '36. 242. on, '34. 170; produce of addi-

bushel, abolished, '28. tional duties on (1840 and 1841),
100; '35. 147; Act so doing re '42. 153.
pealed, and all local measures Winenland, discovered, '30. 93.
abolished, '36. 129; measure, Wines, value of, imported, in 1827,
where most used, '35. 116.

28. 167; various, import, export,

and home consumption of, in
1828, '31. 176 ; import, export,
and home consumption of (1830),
'32. 180 ; '33. 178 ; in 1831, '34.
157 ; the same, and amount of
duty on same, in year ended 5th
January, 1835, '36. 164; in
1836, '38. 180 ; imports of, value
of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 163;
import and home consumption of,
and duty on, in 1837, '39. 187;
the same, in 1838, '40. 179; the
same, in 1839, '41. 186 ; the same,
in 1840, '42. 159; quantity ex-
ported, in 1833 and 1834, '36.

156.
Wine, Cape, duty on (1829), '30.
205.

foreign, amount and rates of
duty on, and quantity of, for
1827, '29. 191; quantities of, re-
tained for home consumption, and
exported and warehoused in bond,
in 1833, '34. 170; quantity of,
retained for home consumption,
in 1833, '35. 182; in bond on 5th
January, 1834, id. ib.; exported,
in 1833, id. ib.; quantity on
which duty paid for home con-
sumption, and rate and gross and
net amount of duty, in 1835, '37.
171; exports of, value of, in
1834 and 1835, id. 162; quan-
tities remaining in bond on 5th
January, 1836, 1837, and 1838,
'39. 191 ; quantity that paid
duty for home consumption, and
in bond, on 5th January, 1840,

duties on foreign wines
for the year ending January 5th,
1829, '30. 213; produce of addi-
tional duties on all wines (1840

and 1841), '42. 153.
Winesauf, Geoffrey, *37. 22; his

works, id. 23.
Winfrith, Newburgh, and Wool In-

closure Act, '38. 208.
Wingate's “ Arithmetic” referred

to, '41. 21.
Wing-leaved Mahernia, '31. 41;

psoralea, id. 43.
Wing-stalked acacia, '31. 37.
Wings, not furnished to the females

of several species of moths, 29.
44.

Winkelmann, '31. 76 ; *32. 65.
Winlaton, population of, '33. 62.
Winter, '28. 31, 39 — 41; de-

scribed by Shakspere, '29. 28;
alluded to by Ben Jonson, id.
30.

air, hazardous to children
when they are carried, '29. 118.

berry, '29. 66.
corn, sowing, '28. 38.

food of non-migratory birds,
observations on, '30. 36.

plants, supposed to generate
organic heat, '29. 28.

savory, '29. 67.
Winton, statute of, referred to, '30.

131.
Wircester, William, '37. 22 ; his

works, id. 26.
Wire, amount produced by duty
on, in 1827, 29. 187.

ropes, their superiority over
those of hemp for railway pur.
poses, '42. 66.
Wirksworth, population of (1821),

29. 82; population of, '33. 60;

Small Debts Act, '40. 215.
Wirtemburg, see WURTEMBURG.
Wisbeach, population of (1821),

*29. 82; population of, '33. 58.
Wisbech River Drainage Act, '37.

224; St. Mary's Inclosure Bill,

'34. 202.
Wishaw and Coltner Railway Fur.
ther Act, '35. 223.

and Coltness Railway Fur-
ther Act, '40. 217; further Act,
'42. 197; railway, account of,

'37. 105; '41.68.
Witcham Inclosure Act, '39. 209.
Witham Drainage Commissioners.

Act, '40. 212; Navigation Im-
provement Act, '30. 232.
Withers, George, '31. 72; '32. 60.
Witikind, '31. 66; '32. 63.
Witley, church at, intended, '38.

218.
Witnesses,competency of established

in various cases (9 G. IV. c. 32),
'29. 154, 155; power to common
law courts to examine, on in-
terrogatories (1 W IV. c. 22),

'32. 140, 141.
Witney, population of, '33. 70.
Witpo, '31. 66; '32. 63.

'41. 192;

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