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Chartists, assemblies of, '40. 255;

attack Newport, id. 260, 261. Charts invented, '29. 57.

duty on (1836), '37. 128. Chasdai, '31. 68; '32. 47; Abraham

Var, id. ib. " Chase, tbe," '32.61. Chasewater and Redruth Railway,

account of, '37. 91 ; '41. 64. Chassé, General, surrender of, at

Antwerp, '33. 233.
Chaste tree (Vitex), '29. 67.
Chat Moss, railway across, '30. 252.
Chateauneuf and A. Lee, Messrs.,

premium to, for a design for the Royal Exchange, '40. 223. Chatham, population of (1821), -29.

81; population and representa-
tion of, '33. 64.

Earl of, dies, '36. 248.
Chatillon, congress of, '31. 58.
Chatteris, population of, '33. 55.
Chatterton, T., '31. 76 ; '32. 62.
Chaucer, Geoffry, '31. 68 ; '32. 58 ;
''37. 22; his allusion to the night-
ingale, '29. 35; his treatise on the
astrolabe, '37. 26.
Chaumont, treaty of, '31. 58.
Chaves', Marquis of, insurrection,

28. 68.
Cheadle, population of, '33. 72; in

1s11, 1821, 1831. '33. 58. Cheddar Branch Road Act, '42.

196.
Cheddington and Aylesbury Rail-

way Act, '37. 222.
Cheese, import and home consump-

tion of, in 1828, '31. 173; in
1830, '32.177; '33. 175; in 1831,
"34. 151; duty on, in 1837, '39.
181; the same in 1838, '40. 176 ;
the same in 1839, '41. ·182; the
same in 1810, and gross duty on,
42. 156; duty on (1829), '30.
206; in 1830, 1831, and 1832,
:34. 164; produce of additional
duties on (1840 and 1841), ’12.
153.

- price of, in London, in 1834, '36. 178; Cheshire, average Londun price of, from 1813 to 1631, '34. 184; foreign, consumption of, and duty on, in 1836, '38. 179.

and butter, value cf, ex

ported in 1827, *28. 167; quan, tity of imported, and rates and amount of duty on, in 1827, 29. 195; exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 182; the same, and quantities thereof, in 1838, '40. 180; the same in 1839, '41. 187; the same and

quantity of, in 1840, '42. 162. Chelmsford, population of, '33, 62;

difference of time between, and London, '31. 16. Chelsea, population, &c., of, "28.

86, 87; '33. 67 ; Poor Laws and Highways Act, '42, 195.

- Hospital, paymaster and treasurer of, consolidated with office of paymaster-general, '36. 121.

St. Luke, rental of the parish of (1829), '29. 85.

Water-works, their sources of supply, number of tenants, and quantity of supply (1829), *29. 104; the amount and rate of supply, &c., of water to London (1831), '35. 128.

and Brompton Dispensary, '30. 144. Cheltenham, population of (1821),

'29. 81; population and representation of, '33. 62; difference of time between, and London, 31. 16 ; sewerage, &c., '34. 203; Water-works Company further Act, '40. 213. RAILWAYS : Chel. tenham and Gloucester Railway, account of, '37.88; particulars of, '41. 62; Cheltenbain and Great Western Union Railway Act, '37. 222; Alteration Act, '39. 214; Railway, particulars of, '41, 76; its total length, and extent of same opened up to 1811, '42. 57; further particulars of same,

id. 71. Chemnitz, '31. 70, 73; Mar, '32. 64. Chepstow, population of, '33. 69. Cherbatoff, '31. 77; '32. 76. Cherry, Mr., assassinated, '32, 40.

George H., builds and endows Denford Chapel, '35. 230. Cherry-tree, the, '28. 31; 29. 41;

American bird, '29. 66; comelian, id. 65.

88;

Chertsey, population of, '33. 73. Chesapeak Bay discovered, '30. 96. Chesham, population of (1821), '29.

81. Cheshire, extent and population of,

and number of sessious, magis. trates, and parishes in, "28. 78; population of, and of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1827, and 1831 ; value of real property in, and its representation, '33. 58, 59; 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 1811, and increase per cent., id. 109; extent of, in acres, '34. 84; difference of time between the principal towns in, and London, '31. 14; county electors, number of, in, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 181; bastards, number of, burn in, in 1830, '34.

in 1835 and 1837, '38. 192; 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. 66, 87; houses, number of, in, in 1801, 1811, 1821, and 1831, '34. 84, 85 ; number of inhabited, uninhabited, and building, in 1841, '42. 107; jurors in, in 1835, 37. 175; lunatics, &c., paupers, proportion of, to population in 1837, 138. 193; marriages, buildings registered for solemnization of (1840), '41. 199; proportion of persons married under twenty-one years of age, in the year ended June, 1840, '42. 171 ; occupations of persons in (1831), '35. 74; offenders in, and proportion of, to population (1837), '39. 90. RATES: amount of poor and county rates levied in, in 1826, 29. 197; of poor rates levied in, from March, 1827, to March, 1828, and expenditure of the 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; expeuled ou the poor in year ending Paster, 1832, 34. 174 ; amount collected and e. penditure for year ending 25th March, 1833, €35. 189; for the year ending 25th March, 1834, '36. 174; the same for the years 1834, 1836, and 1837, '38. 188; decrease of name in 1837 compared with 1834, id. 190 ; proportion of paupers relieved to the population in 1839 and 1840;42. 168; power-looms, number of, in (1836), '37. 183; savings banks and friendly and charit. able societies, amount of deposits and accounts in (1831), '32. 102 ; savings banks, deposits and depositors, increase of, between 1833 and 1834, '36. 103; average amount deposited in, and proportion of depositors to population of. (1835), '37. 72; state of, on 20th November, 1837, '39. 134 ; savings banks, friendly societies, and charitable institutions, nam. ber of, and of depositors and amount of deposits in, in November, 1836, '38. 193; on 20th November, 1838, '40. 189; on 20th November, 1839, 41, 194; on the 20th November, 1840, 42. 166. SCHOOLS: endowed, unendowed, and Sunday, in 1818, 29. 91; unendowed day-schools in, in 1818 aud 1828, 29. 93 ; number of Sunday, and other Church of England, in, and of scholars in same, '33. 120; stage coaches, coachmen, guards, &c., number of, on the roads, from 1832 to 1839, *42. 117, 118. TAXES: amount of land and assessed taxes of, in 1829, '31. 172; house-tax, inbabited houses assessed to, and rental of same, for year ending 5th April, 1830, '32. 106, 107 ; tumpike trusts, their extent and income; in (1834), '35. 192; and income and expenditure of same in 1834, '37. 177; the same, and length of the roads in, 1839,'42. 122; tolls, and amount collected

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at each, from 1832 to 1839, '42. sums paid to curates; in whom 117, 118; coals and cinders en. patronage of beneficus vestad, and tered coastwise, and duty thereon, other facts relating to same in 1829,'31. 190

(1835), '36. 82–89. Cheshunt, population of, '33. 64. Cheater, port of, customs dutierreChessey, Colonel, proceeds on the ceived at, in 1840, '42. 164. “Euphrates Expedition,"''37.254.

bishop of (Somner), bis Chesnut-tree, the, '28.40; disposi “ Records of the Creation," "29.

tion of its main branches, '30. 36, 136, 137 ; observations on saving 37; period of its - being in leaf, by, id, ib. '30. 39 ; trees in Greenwich Park, Chesterfield, population of (1821), '30. 36, 37; Cape, '91. 37.

'29. 81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, Chesnut-leaved oak, "29.66.

'33. 60; Small Debts Act, '40. Chesnuts, duty on (1829), '30 204; 215. see further, FRUITS.

-- Earl of, '31. 74; -32. “ Chest of spices," "32. 47.

61. Chester, population of (1831), *29. Chesterton Inclosure Act; '39. 200. 8l; population and representa

Mr., lis evidence on the tion of, '33, 58; difference of number of re-commitment to time between and. London, '31. Cold-Bath Fields prison, '36. 14; bridge, progress-of, in 1829,

43. 30, 2402.

Chevallier, M., his statement of the of, customs duty col

average age of printers, '39. 30. lected at, during 1839, '41. 188. Chesvan, a Jewish month, '30. 13.

circuit regulated (1 W. IV. Cheveley Inclosure Act, '42. 191. ca 70), '31. 164...

Cheyte Sing deposed by. Warren criminalst executioti, motion Hastings '92 353 in the Court of King Beneb relat Chiabrera, G., 31. 72; 32. 56. ing to, '35. 262; executions Act Chialli dies, '41.. 138 explaining, 1 W: IV. e 70 (5 Chichester, population of (1821), W.IV. c. 1), '36i: 109.

29. 81; population and reprePalatine jurisdiction abo. sentation of, '33. 74; difference lished (1.W. IV.e. 70), '31. 164. of time between, and London,

Acts relating to, viz. Bridge '31. 20; earthquake felt at, '3+. Amendment Act, '33. 209; ad 250 ; '35. 253; Church Act, '33. ditional Coroners' Act, '41. 219. 209. RAILWAYS: Chester and Birken

Richard of, '31 68; '32. bead Railway Act, '38. 213 ; 58. Amendment Act; '41. 220; Rail.

Dr., his instructions for way, particulars of, '41..80; ac collecting zoological specimens count of, id. 91, 92 ; Chester and quoted, '38. 21. Crewe Railway Act, '38. 212;

diocese of, number of particulars: of railway, .41.. 78, Supday-schools in the, in 1826, 92; Chester and Crewe Railway 29. 95; dincese of, nomber of with Grand Junction Railway, parishes, benefices, and churches Act for. incorporatings '41. 220; and chapels in, and amount of Chester and Hoły bead Railway, population of (1834), '36. 126 ; debate concerning, '41.209.

revenues of bishop of cathedral, diocese of, number of San and of benefices, sumse paid to day-schools: im the, in 1826, '29. carates, in whom patronage of be95; number. of paristies, bene nefices vested, and other factor refices, and churches and chapels lating to same (1835), '36. 82-89. in, and amount of population of Chickweed, '29. 28.1... (1884), '35. 1251; revenues of bi Chicoree, quantity und in die adul. shop, of cathedral, and of benefices, teration of coffee, '41.. 134; duty

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on (1833), '33i 191'; (1838), '37. Britist, quantity and value of ex. 128.

port to, in 1833 and 1834, '36. Chierasco; treaty of, "37. 47.

169; in 1838,940. 182; quantity Childbirth, deaths in, within the of ram aported to, in 1839, '31.

Bills of Mortality, in 1827, 29. 188 ; in 1831, 33. 183 ; general 110; danger of; in bospitals, 133. exports, value of, to, in 1828, 31. 33; concealing, punishment for, 178; of British prodoce, &c.,. to, 9 G. IV. c: 31, 29. 151:

in 1880, '33. 180; general ex. murder; evidence in cases of, ports, valae of, to, 1831, '34. 158; '36. 31.

in 1827, 1830; 1833, 1834, and Childemas; of Holy Innocents' Day, 1835, 37. 160; in 1836, '38. *28. 14.

174; in 1836 and 1837, '39. 190; Children, access of mothers to, '40. in 1838, '4N; 181; in 1839, '41,

157; diseases incident to, United 188; in 1840, '42. 163; value of
Institution of London and West. imports from, and of exports of
minster for the treatment of; and bome produce, &c., and foreign
for the delivery of married women, and colonial merchandize to, in
'30. 142; city institution for dis 1831, 34. 180; wool, quantity
cases of, '30. 144; Royal Uni of, imported from, in 1840,942.
versal Infirmary for, '30. 140; 163.
sick, Royal Metropolitan Infir. Chillingworth, W., '31. 72; '32. 60.
mary for, '30. 140; borribefore

Chilpbeta, *31.65.
mariage, husband liable to main Chilton Pond Road Act, '42: 195.
tain, '35. 156.

Chimneys used in houses, *28. 58; in factories, pone to be ex importance of, to every room, id. ployed under mine years of age 111 ; proper in bed-rooms, 36. (1 & 2:W. IV. c: 39), '32: 159; 30; chimney-boards, use of, in. Act to regulate the labour of" (3 jurious, "28. 111; chimneys and & 4 W. IF. c. 103), *34. 145, flues, Act for the safer construc148; Act to explain and amenú tion of, &c. (4 W: I. c. 35), the same (4 W. F.c: 1), '35. 36: 138—140; their dimensions, 129:

&c., stated, id. 140: Childs, Mr., of Bumgay, his case Chimney sweepers, Act regulating,

brought before the House of Con (4 W. IV. c. 35), '35. 138– mons, '36. 194:

140 ; Chimney Sweepers'. Bal, Chili discovered, '30: 95 ; con '41. 209; and chimneys, Act quered, '28. 59; extent and po for the regulation of (3 and 4 pulation of, in 1828, id. 73'; rew Vict. c. 85), '41. 184, 185; appublic of, its extent population, prentices of sweepers, further president, capital, religion, re regulations as to, id.ib. venue; debt,' army, and navy; in China: discovered; 30: 91; overran 1829, '29: 74; 75; a confedera by the Mógals, *28. 57; extent tive state, '28. 68; congress at, and population of, in 1828,- id. id. ib. ; troops of, enter Lima; "40. 72; empire of, its extent, popu. 252; gold and silver, quantity of, lation, sovereign, capital, religion, raised in, from 1790 to 1829, 31. revenue, and army in 1828, 29. · 180'; consul-general; consuls, and 72, 73; population of, id. 79, 80; vice-consul to, where eurployed, number of Jews ir (1829), '30. and amount of their salaries 100; Tuttar dynasty of, from (1828), '31. 183; coals; quantity 16 18 to 1829, id: 29; British of, exported to, in 1833, '35. 186; embassy to, '28: 64; trade of the cotton; quantity imported from, Englia at, suspended, '31. 235; in 1831, 1833, and 1834, '36. trade opened, *34. 113; inan168; cotton goods, value of, exo dation in, '35.252; disputes with ported.' to; m 1832, 35. 178 the British Tesidents at Canton,

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*32. 238; proceedings of Lord Napier in, relating to the opening of the trade, '36. 238; government of, arrests Captain Elliot, and has opium given up to them, 40. 257; trade of, stopped by Lin, 41. 253; opium trade, mentioned in the Lords, '41. 207; question as to war with, asked in the Commons, '41. 204; affairs of, debated, id. 204, 205; expedition to, vote for, 41. 211; ex. pedition against, id. 255; expeditiou to, mentioned in the Queen's speech, 42. 172 ; expenses of same in 1840, '42. 150; various transactions relating to the war in, mentioned, id. 233-235; trade of, account of the annual value of the trade between Great Britain and China in 1825 and

1826, '30.211. “China, History of,” '32. 71.

tea ships, ballast of, used for road inaking, '33. 226.

exports and imports : Coals, quantity of, exported to, in 1833, '35. 186; in 1840, '42. 161 ; cotton goods, value of, exported to, in 1832, '35. 178; quantity and value of, in 1833 and 1831, :36. 169; in 1835, '37. 167; in 1838, 40. 182 ; lead, quantity of, exported to, in 1833, '35. 150; tin, quantity of, imported from, in 1833, '35. 180; wool and woollens, British, value of, exported to, in 1832, '34. 167; exports of, to, in 1833, '35. 177; in 1838, :40. 183; of woollen manufactures to, in 1840, '42. 161; value of exports to, for three years, ending January 5th, 1828, 29. 192; in 1828, '31. 177 ; in 1828, 31. 177; the same in 1830, 33. 180; the same in 1831, '34. 159; in 1827, 1830, 1833, 1834, and 1835, '37. 160; in 1836, '38. 174; in 1836 and 1837, '39. 190; in 1838, 40. 181; in 1839, '41. 188; the same in 1840, '42. 163; value of British produce, &c., exported to, in foreign ships from 1818 to 1832, 34, 162; of goods imported from, in 1826 to 1828,

'29. 191; of imports and exports according to prices at East India Company's sales in years ending 5th January, 1831, 1832, and

1833, '34. 161. China and India, exports of British

manufactures to, amount, value, and particulars of, in 1838, '40. 183; Act to regulate the trade to (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 93), '34. 143.

and United States, trade between, from 1813, 1814, to 1827, 1828, '34. 161.

duty on (1829), '30. 204.

aster, the, 28. 37; rose, '29. 67.

root, duty on (1832), '33. 191. Chinese, division of the day amongst

the, '31. 9; their mode of computing time, *30.6, 27, 28; mode in which their transactions with foreigners are conducted at Canton, *31. 120, 121; astronomy observed on, '30. 28; “Chinese Code,"

2," "32. 62; emperors from 1616 to 1829, '30. 28; horary characters, '30. 28.

apple, 29. 66 ; arbor vitæ, id. 67; honeysuckle, 31. 41;

oleaster, id. 39; privet, '29. 65. Ching, Joseph, '31. 66 ; '32. 46. Chingom, a Malabar month, '30.35. Chionanthus virginica, '29. Ot. Chippenham, population and repre

seutation of, '33. 75 ; Lighting, &c., Act, -35. 219. Chipstable Inclosure Act, '35. 218. Chirk, and Chirk Land Inclosure

Act, '40, 212. Chironia jasminoides, '31. 38. Chislen, "28. 14; a Jewish month,

'30. 13. Chiswick, rental of the parish of

(1829), .29. 85; in 1811, 1821, aud 1831, 33. 67. Chitera, a Malabar month, '30. 25. Chitty, Joseph, dies, '42. 124. Chlorine, how produced, *28. 112. Chlorosodiac, solution of laba

raque, '28. 113. Chocolate, duty on (1829), '30.

20+; see Cocoa. “ Choice, The,” '32. 60. Choitra, a Bengalee month, '30. 26.

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