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Byng and Hume, Messrs., dinner to,

38. 243. Byns, A., '32. 72. Byron, Lord, '31. 76; '32. 62; his reference to spring, '29. 34; he

dies, '28. 66. Bysakha, a Bengalee month, '30. 26.

a Hindustani month, '30.25. Byssus, a green incrustation on walls,

29, 36. Byzantine history, '32. 50. Bzovius, Ab. '31. 73; '32. 76.

C. Cabaul, Kingdom of, its extent,

population, capital, religion, revenue, and army in 1828, '29. 72,

73. See CABUL. “ Cábbalistic Chain," "32. 47. Cabet, M., imprisoned and fined for

libel, '35. 256. Cabinet and upholstery wares, ex;

ports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, 37. 161; the same in

1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 182. Cabot discovers the variation of the

compass, '28. 59; discovers New

foundland, id, ib. Cabral, Alvarez de, discovers the

Brazils, 28. 59. Cabrera goes to France, and is ar

rested, '41. 254. Cabul, Shah Soojah restored to the

sovereignty of, '10. 263. Sce

CABAUL. Cadaval, duke of, evacuates Lisbon,

34. 246. Cadder, population of, '33. 85. Cadet de Gassicourt, bis statement

of the average age of printers, *39.

30. Cadiz, invested by the French, 28.

65 ; evacuated by the French, '29. 214; a free port, '30, 260 ; insurrections at, 31. 57; '32. 236.

Consul at, his salary (1828), 31. 181. Cadmea taken by the Lacedæ

monians, '28. 51. Cadmus, '28. 50, Cæcilius, '28. 53. Cædmon, '31. 66; '32, 57. Caen, cousul at, his salary (1828),

31. 181.

Caergwyle, population of, '33. 80.
Caerlion, Louis of, *37. 22; his

works, id. 25.
CAERMARTHEN, see CARMARTHEN.
CAERNARVON, see CARNARVON.
Caerwys, population of, '33. 80.
Cæsalpino, Andrea, '32. 56.
Cæs. Ant., explanation of, '30. 30.
Cæsar, Julius, *28. 53; *32. 52 ;

triumvir, id. ib.; subjugates
Gaul, id. ib. ; war with Pompey,
id. ib.; conquests in Spain, id. ib.;
his other conquests, id. ib.; Dic-
tator, id. ib.; his war in Egypt

,
id. ib.; Emperor, id. ib. ; is slain,
id. ib.; his reforms of the Roman

caleudar, -30.7. Cæsars, era of the, '30. 18.

“Lives of the,” '32. 55. Caffrarian coral-tree, 31. 39. Caffres molest Graham's Town,

36. 239. Cagliari, Consul at (1828), *31.

181. Cagnoli, '31. 78. Caher, population of, in 1821 and

1831, 34. 91. Caillet, M., arrives at Toulon, '29.

244. Caisson method in bridge-founding,

by Labelye, '32. 222; its use and

disadvantage, '32. 252, 223. Caithnesshire, population of, and of

the principal towns of, in 1811,
182), and 1831, value of real
property in, and its representation,
33. $3 ; 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
1811, and increase per cent. id.
110; occupations of persons in
(1831), #35. 96; electors, num-
ber of in, in 1836, 37. 182;
houses, number of, inbabited, un-
inhabited, and building, in 1811,
'42. 108; turnpike-gates in, rents!
of, in 1833, 1834, and 1835, 37.)
178 ; Statute Labour Act, 31.;
211; Roads Act, '39. 213.

and Sutherland district of roads, their extent and

annual expense, 29. 84. Cairo, Vice Consul at, '31. 182.

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Cal, explanation of, '30. 30. Calaber, Q., 31. 65; "32. 50. Calabrian earthquakes, '28. 62. Calafat occupied by the Russians,

29. 245. Calais, the only possession of Eng

land in France, 28. 58; taken from the English, '31. 46.

hops, quantity of, exported to, and amount of duty on, in 1838, '35. 185.

mumber of English residing at, in 1829, '30. 217; consul at,

his salary (1828), '31. 181. Calavista, the Greeks driven from

the heights commanding, '28.67. Calceolaria arachnoidea, '31. 37;

corymbosa, id. ib. Calculations of the probabilities of

life, how taken for assurance, '31.

91, 92. Calculus, differential, Liebnitz, '29.

60; Euler, Newton, Lagrange,

Laplace, id. ib. Calcutta, English established at,

'28.61; purchased by old Company (India), '32. 26; made a presidency, id. 27; taken by Surajah Dowla, id. 28; retaken, id. ib.; fortified, id. ib.; Supreme Court of Judicature established at, id. 32; forgeries at, 31. 233.

· Bishop of, metropolitan, in India, '34. 142. Calder, valley of the, progress of the

Leeds and Manchester Railway along, '42. 59.

and Hebble Navigation Improvement Act, '35. 223. Calderon, '28. 60; '31. 73; '32.

71. Caledonian Asylum, '30. 158.

Canal, particulars relating to, from the 28th Report of the Commissioners of same, 33, 221; Tonnage rates from May 1833 to May 1834, 35. 195; expenses of, '29. 182; expenditure upon, and dues received from, from 1803, to May 1838, and estimate of cost of completion of same, '39. 196.

Society, '30. 149. Caledonians defeated by Agricola,

'28. 54.

Calendar, dissertation on the, and

on its successive reforms, '28. 1-5; derivation of the word, id. 3; days of, id. 8–15; altered by Gregory XIII., id. 4; information connected with the, 29. 7; information connected with the celestial changes, and the natural phenomena of the year, '30. 690; French Revolutionary, '30. 19, 20; Gregorian, "28. 59; the Jewish, of fasts and festivals, id. 14; of Jewish fasts and festivals, *29. 16; Jewish, '30. 31; for 1831, '31. 24; for 1832, '32. 16; for 1833 (5593), '33. 16 ; for 1834, '34. 24; Roman, '28. 3; corrected by Numa Pompilius, id. 4; further corrected by Julius Cæsar, id. ib. ; of the Turks, '28. 15; -29. 17; '30. 31; for 1831, '31. 21; for 1832, '32. 17; for 1833 (1248), '33. 17; for 1834, '34. 25; of the Church of Eng. land, fixed festivals of, distinguishing those for wbich offices are appointed, &c., and which not, '30. 34, 35; of Peter de Dacia, '39. 55 ; of Roger Bacon, account of, id. 51; of John Somers, account of, id. ib. ; in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge,

29. 56. Calendars, distinction between as

tronomical and ecclesiastical, '39. 53; folding, their antiquity, &c., '39. 53; severa) ancient ones re

ferred to, id. 51, 55. Calends, meaning of the word, '28.

3. “Calenture" entry in old Bills of

Mortality, '35. 29. Calicoes, British, duties on, re

pealed (1 W. IV. c. 17), '39.

138, 139, Calicut taken, '32. 35. California discovered, '30. 95. Caligula, 28. 54. Calippian cycle, '30. 10. Calippus, his invention of the cycle

of 76 years, '30. 10. Calixtus, '31. 72; 32. 61.

III., Pope, anathematizes a comet, '33, 7. Caliyng era, '30. 25.

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Callan, population of, in 1821 and

1831, '34. 90. Callao, surrender of, 28. 67. Caller herring, '28. 38. Callimachus, '31. 64; '32. 48. “ Calliope,”

the ship, engaged against the Bogue forts, '42. 235. Callistachys lanceolata, '31. 37. Callisthenes, astrovomy, '29. 57. Callistus Xantopulus,'31.68; 32.51. Callitris Australis, '31. 37. Calne, population and representation

of, '33. 75. Calodendrum caperise, '31. 37. Calothamnus quadrifida, '31. 37;

villosa, id, ib. Calpurnius, Jul., '31. 65; '32. 53. Calthorpe, Lord, builds and endows

St. George's chapel, Edgebarton, '37.232.

street, see COLD BATH Fields. Calton, Police Amendment Act,

41, 219. Calverley Hotel, Tunbriolge Wells,

account of, '38. 239. Calves, average annual number

taken to Smithfield market, '34.

184, Calvin, Jolin, '28. 59. Calvos, '31. 78; *32. 52. Calycanthus floridus, '29. 64. Calatryx glabra, '31. 37. Cambaya, factory at, '32. 25. Camberwell, Collegiate School, ac

count and view of, '36. 219, 220; national schools, account and view of, 41. 238 ; church at, destroyed by fire, '42. 236; new one in

course of erection, id. 206. Camborne, population of, '33. 59. Cambray, league of, '31. 45; peace

of, '31. 45. Cambrensis, G., '32. 58. Cambrian Institution, '30. 163. Cambridge, Duke of, and ex-Duke

of Brunswick, suit between in the French court, '36. 240.

- Prince George of, elected K.G., '36. 247.

borough, population of (1821), 29. 81; population and representation of, '33. 58; riot at, '35. 252; election, trial for bribery at, '36. 241; writ for, sus

pended, '41. 206; Gas Company Act, :35. 220; Gaol Act, '40. 213; Cambridge and London

Railway Act, '37. 223. Cambridge University, '28. 57; po

pulation of, '33. 58; its want of early scientific distinction, '37. 27; not noted till late for science, :39. 51; progress of buildings at, '29. 219; King's College, buildings at intended, account of, '37. 236; university library and other buildings, account of, ground plans and section of part of, '40. 237, 241; petition for the removal of religious tests before taking degree in arts, law, or physic at, '35. 202; empowered to substitute declarations for oaths, '36. 128; Marquis Camden installed as chancellor of, '36.246; Duke of Northumberland chancellor of, '41. 256; Lord Lyndhurst elected

high-steward of, id. ib. Cambridgeshire, extent and popu

lation of, and number of sessions, magistrates, 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. 58; summary of same in 1821, and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 88; 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 different towns in, and London,'31.14; bastards, number of born in, in 1830, 34. 88; number of, in 1835 and 1837, '38. 192; county electors, number of in, in 1834 and 1835, '57. 181; Education : proportion per cent. of persons married in the year ended June 1840, who could write, '42. 171; excise licences issued, and public houses in, number of (1831), *32. 185; families, number of in, and how employed in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '34. 86, 87; houses, number of in, in 1801, 1811, 1821, and 1831, '34. 84, 85; number of inhabited,

univhabited, and building in, in '42. 166; endowed, unendowed,
1841, 42. 107; jurors in, in 1835, and Sunday schools in, in 1818,
37. 175; Lunatics, &c., pauper, 29. 91; unendowed day-schools
proportion of to population in, in in, in 1818 and 1828, 29. 93;
1837, 38. 193; marriages, build number of Sunday and other
ings registered for solemnization Church of England schools in,
of (1840), '41. 199; proportion and of scholars in same, '33. 120;
of persons married under twenty Taxes: amount of land and as-
one years

of
age
in the
year

ended sessed taxes of, in 1829, 31. 172;
June 1840, '42. 171 ; occupa house-tax, inhabited houses as-
tion of persons in (1831), '35. 14; sessed to, and rental of same, for
offenders in, and proportion of year ending 5th April, 1830, *32.
to population (1837), '39. 90; 106, 107; turnpike trusts, their
Rates: amount of poor and extent and income in (1834), '35.
county rates levied in, in 1826, 192; trusts in, and income and
'29. 197; the same for 1827, and expenditure of the same in 1834,
account of its expenditure, id. '31. 177; the same and length of
198; amount of poor rates levied roads in, 1839, '42. 122 ; number
in, from March 1827 to March of tolls and amounts collected in
1828, and expenditure of same, trusts from 1832 to 1839, '42.
'30. 216; from March 1828 to 117, 118; (Wisbech) coals and
March 1829, 31, 195 ; for year cinders entered coastwise, and
ending 25th March, 1830, '32. duties thereon in 1829, '31. 190.
184; for year ending 25th March, Cambusnethan, population of, '33.
1831, '33. 187; expended on the 85.
poor in year ending Easter, 1832, Cambyses conquers Egypt, '28, 51.
134. 174; amount of rates and Camden, William, :31. 72; 32.59.
expenditure for year ending 25th

Marquis, money paid by March, 1833, '35. 189; for the him to the public revenue up to year ending 25th March, 1834, 1834, 35. 131; installed Chan. 36. 174; the same for the years cellor of Cambridge University, ending 25th March, 1835, 1836, '36. 246; he dies, '41. 255. and 1837, '38. 188; decrease of

Town to Tottenham, new same in 1837, compared with road from, :31. 225; progress of 1834, id. 190 ; proportion of pau

same, '33. 226. pers relieved to the population,

of Cameleon" revenue cutter run in 1839 and 1840, '42. 168; down by the “ Castor” frigate, SAVINGS BANKS, friendly and '35. 260. charitable Societies, amount of Camellia japonica, '31. 38; sasandeposits and accounts in (1831), '32. 102; savings banks, depo Camera lucida invented, Dr. Wolsitors and deposits—increase of laston, 29. 63. between 1833 and 1834, '36. 103;

obscura, Baptista Porta, average amounts deposited in, 29. 62. and proportion of depositors to Camerarius, Joac. '31. 70; :32. 64. population of (1835), '37. 72; Caminha, P. de A., '32.70. state of on 20th November, 1837, Camoens, '31. 71; 32. 70. '39. 134; savings banks, friendly Camomile flowers, duty on (1832), societies, and charitable institu 33. 190. tions, number of, and of depo “ Camoos,” the, '32. 79. sitors and amount of deposits in, Campanella, T. A., '31. 72; '32.56. in November 1836, :38. 193; on Campanula aurea, 31. 38. 20th November, 1838, '40. 189; Campanus, '31, 68; '32. 54. on 20th November, 1839, '41. Campbell, Sir A., defeats the Bur194; on 20th November, 1840,

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mese, '28. 67.

ances

Campbell, Mr., his Bill for the re

gistry of deeds, '32. 189; ap. pointed a real property commissioner, .29. 239.

Sir John, appointed A:torney General, '35.255; appointed Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and created Baron Campbell, '42.239.

Mr. Thomas, his petition in favour of extended copyright

presented, '41. 199. Cambletown, Argyle, population of

(1821), '29. 83; in 1811, 1821,

aud 1831, '33. 82. Camper, P., '31. 77; 32. 73. Camper Improvement Act, '40. 218. Camperdown, battle of, '28. 63. Camphor, poisonous properties of,

and remedies against, '28. 120;

duty on (1832), '33. 190. Campo Formio, peace of, '28. 63;

treaty of, '31. 54. Campsie, population of, '33, 87. Camwood, duty on (1829), '30.

198; (1832), '33. 190. Canada, '30. 94, 95; ceded to Eng

land, '28. 62; ceded by France, '31. 52; Canada Bill, debates on, 39. 200, 201; Mr. Roebuck heard at the Commons bar against, '39. 200; at the Lords also, id. 201; Bills relating to brought in, '40. 204; burning of the “ Caroline," '39. 248; clergy reserves, debates ou, '41. 205; resolution of the Judges on the clergy reserves, '41. 206; Company Bill, 29. 180; Earl of Durham Commissioner 10, '39. 248, 249; resigns his governorsliip, '39. 251; his ordinances, indemnity, '39. 207; his Report presented, '40. 197; executious in Canada, '39. 249; Goverument Bill passes the Commons, '41. 209; grievances, debates

01), '36. 186, 188, 189; insurrection, address to the Queen on, '39. 200; dispatches declaring the rebellion suppressed, '40. 254; Judges, &c. in, moved that they do not hold at the pleasure of the Crown, '31, 205; resolu. tions as to the union of Upper and Lower, '40. 203, 204; withdrawn,

'40. 204; riots at Montreal, *39. 248; salaries of the governor, judges, and other officers of, '41. 152, 153; society for the promotion of education and industry in Canada, '30. 156; Union Bill

brought in, '41. 204. Canada, Lower, ferment in, :35.

255; Earl Gosford, governor, opens parliament, '36. 249; parliament dissolved by Lord Gosford, '38.247; provincial parliament dissolved by Earl Gosford, '39. 256; resolutions respecting Lower Canada, debate on, '38. 200, 202; resolutions moved and carried in the Lords, '38. 203 ; defeat of the insurgents in, '39. 248; Government Bill Commit. tee, and motion relating to Upper Canada, 40. 206; further disturb

in Lower Canada, '40. 253; Lands Act, explaining and amending laws relating to, held in free and common socage (1 W. IV. c. 20), '32. 140; Indemnity Act (1 & 2 Vict. c. 112), '39. 168; Act to make temporary provision for the government of (1 Vict. c. 9), '39. 144; Act amending same (2 & 3 Vict. c. 53), '40. 156.

Upper, Assembly dissolved by Sir Francis Head, '37. 254; insurgents defeated at Toronto, '39. 248; Colonel Prince's conduct in, mentioned, .40. 203.

Clergy Reserves Act (3 & 4 Vict. c. 78), '41. 163. Canadas, The, date of capitulation

and cession of, their mode of government, population, imports and exports, and tonnage inwards and outwards (1831), '32. 104, 105 ; provincial revenues of, from 1832 to 1836, '39. 198; charges on account of, from 1834 to 1836, '39. 197; expenses of the insurrection in, in 1840, 42. 150; value of imports and exports into and from, in 1833, '37. 164; vessels, number and tonnage of, belonging to in 1838, 40. 185; trade of the United Kingdom with, from 1834 to 1836, 39. 198; Act to re-unite

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