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119. mer of, in London, in COMPANION TO THE ALMANAC. Chokier, M. Sarlet de, Regent of Christ Church Society, '30. 144. Belgium, '32. 236.

Christenings, number of, within the Cholera morbus, its

appearances Bills of Mortality, from 1826 to similar to poisoning, "28. 124 ; 1827,

in . treatment of, still doubtful (1834), '35, 33; proclamation concern 1829, 31. 135; in 1830, '32. ing, in the London Gazette, '32. 21; i 1831, '33. 24; number 210 ; quarantine ordered of veg of, in London, and the Bills of sels from Russia or the Baltic, ico Mortality, in 1832, '34. 31 ; in 238; paper issued upon, by the 1834, '36. 37; in 1835,'37. 49; Central Board of Health, Novem in 1836, '38. 47; in 1937, '39. ber, 1831, id. 22—24; Bin (Scot. 60; in 1838, '40, 59. land), debate on preamble of, '33. Christian (Denmark), its value, &c. 197, 198; Act to prevent (2 (1829), '30. 103. W. IV. c. 10), id. 121; thanks Christian Era, "28. 49; '30. 10 giving for the cessation of, '34. 12. 243.

“ Christian Faith," on, '32. 50. in Canada, '33. “ Christian Mirror," "32. 72. 231; ravages of, in Denmark Christian Instruction Society, ` '30. and Sweden, '35. 261; at Edin 160; Knowledge, Society for burgh, '33, 229; at Hamburgh, Promoting, 30. 152; Sailors' '32. 240; at London, '33. 229; General Missionary Society, '30. ravages of, at Lucknow,'35. 252; 155; Tract Society, '31. 138; at Madrid, '35. 260 ; in Mexico, Union Society, '30. 154. 34. 247; at Moscow and St. Christiana, Consulat, his salary Petersburgh, '32. 235; at Paris,

(1828), '31..180. '33. 229; and number of deaths Christianity introduced into Britain, there, id. 232; Sunderland, cases

28. 54. of, at, '32. 240,

Christians, so first called, '28. 54. Cholic, produced by adulterated

number of, in the world, wine, '36. 24.

"28. 756. Choral Fund, 30. 148.

first persecution of, '28. Chorizema ilicifolia, '31. 38.

54; second, under Domitian, id. Chorley, population of (1821), "29. ib.; third, under Trajan, id. ib.;

in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33. fourth, under M. A. Antoninus, id. 65; Small Debts Act, '42. 194. b.; fifth, under Severus, id. ib.; Chorlton Row Improvemeut Act,

sixth, under Maximinian, id. 55; '33. 209.

seventh, under Decius, id. ib.; Choukies, what they are, '33. 97. eightb, under Gallus, id, ib.; Chout (India), meaning of the term,

ninth, under Valerian, id. ib. ; '32. 39*.

tenth, under Dioclesian, id. ib.; Chow, a Chinese horary character, eleventh, stopped by Constantine, '30. 28; division of the day, '31.

id. ib. 9.

insurrection of, in Candia, Chrisome, meaning of the word, '42. 239; the same suppressed, id. '35. 28.

240. Christ, birth of, '28. 49; '28. 51; Christian II. defeated by Gustavus

crucifixion of, id. ib.;. “Poetical Vasa, '28. 59. Life of,” '32. 53.

Christina, Queen of Spain, protests Church, rental of the parish of respecting the guardianship of the (1829), '29. 85; population and young queen, '42. 240; reply to representation of, 33. 63; Road sme, ich. 241; she disavows the Act, '42. 195.

movement in Spain, id. 243; her Surrey, population, pension stopped, id. 244. &c., of, -28. 86, 87.

Christison; Dry, on poisons, in the

81;

204;

"London Medical Repository," referred to, '36. 2423-25; his observations on water, and the

effects of lead on name, '36. 25. Christmas, 28. 14; derivatiou of, : id: ib.; Sir Walter Scott's allusion

to, 29. 44; day, notice of dishonour' of bills and notes falling due on, 28. 149, 150; rose, or

black bellebore; 28: 31, 32. Christopulus, '31. 78; '32.52. Christ's Hospital, 30. 155; Newgate-street, new entrance to, '35. 236; buildings. at, account of, '36. 217, 218. Christ's Tuorn, 29. 67. Chromule, the colouring substance

of leares, '30. 45. Chronic diseases frequently pro

duced by suppression of insensible perspiration, 29. 119. Chronicle of events in 1828, 29.

23—246; from December 1828 to lorember 1829,"30. 239-264; from July 1829 to. November 1830, '31. 233-210; from Noremiter 1830 to November 1831, '32. 235-240; November 1831 to December 1832, '33. 227– 233; from October 1837 to October 1833, '34. 240-230; from August 1833 to October 1831, '33.252-262; from July 1831 to November 1835, '36. 238 250; from October 1835 to No. vember 1836, 37, 251-258; from November 1836 to October 1837, 38, 243—948; from. NoTember 1837 to Movember 1838, '39. 248–252;. from Jaly 1838 to November 1839;'40.251-261; from November 1839 to Novem. ber 1810, '41. 253–256; from July 1840 to Narember 1841, '42. 233-244.

of the session of parliamest of. 1828, 22201--213; of 1829, 30. 218–28; -of 11 G. I'. xd I W.IT., 1830, '31. 198

- 209; 1 W. IV., 1830, '32. 186 -192! 1 and 2 W..IV., 1831; id. 192—195; of 3' W. IV. 1831, 183Z, '33. 194-20T; of 4 W. IV., 1833, '34: 185200; 4 and 56: IV., 1834,935. 198_215;

5 and 6 W. IT., 1835, '36. 183—

6 and 7 W. IV., 1836, '37. 186—216; 7 W. IV. and I Fict., 1837, 38. 198–206; I. and 2 Vict., 1837 and 1838, 39. 198207; 2'and 3 Vict., 1839, 240. 196—210; 3 and 4 Vict., 1840, '41. 199-212; 4 and 5 Vict., 1841, '42. 172-185; 5 Vict.,

1841. id. 185–189. Chronicle of popes and emperors,

*32. 75. Chronicles of England, names. of,

'32. 58, 59; of Scotland, names

of, id. ib. Chronological account of the con

nexion between England and In. dia, '32.25-45.

tables; 28. 49–70; before the commencement of the common era of the incarnation, id. 49—54; from the common era of the incarnation to the end of 1827, id. 51–70; comparative, of European monarchs from Egbert the Great of England, from the year 800 to 1828, 29: 47–51; of the smaller European states from.1699 to 1828, id. 54; of the kings of Scotland from 1004 to 1603,"31.

of the names of eminent writers from 1500 B.ci to A.D. 1800, '31. 61–78; of tlie principal geographical discoveries of modern European nations,: '30. 93—97; of the more important treaties between the principal.ci. vilised nations, with notices of the wars and other events with which they are connected, from the be. ginning of the fourteenth century to 1830, '31: 44–61. Chronology, derivation of the word,

28. 47; nature and use of, id.
47–49; general information, on
subjects of, and statistics, &c.;'30.
93–164.

Indian, '30. 24-30.
literary, '32. 46–79.

literary, Arabian, *32. 78; 79; British, id. 57–62; Danish, id. 74, 75; Dntch, id. 72– 74; French, id. 66–69, German, id. 63-66; Greek, id: 47–52; Hebrew, id. 46, 47 ; Icelandic, id.

61;

74,75; Italian, '32.52-57; Latin, iil. ib.; Persian, id. 78, 79); Polish, id. 75, 76; Portuguese; id. 69—72; Russian, id: 76; Spa· nisbi id. 69–72; Swedish; id. 74, -75; Turkish; id. 78; 79. Chronometer, former and present

meaning of the term, '42. 27; the

marine, dissertation on, id. 27--45. Chronometers, Harrison, Mudge,

Earnshaw, and Aniold, their improvements in, referred to; '41. 44; rewards for making, offered by the Admiralty; '42. 43; Act of Parliament giving rewards for the accuracy of, for use in disco. vering the longitude, id. 37. Chrysanthemum, the, '28. 37. Clirysippus born, il. 52. Chrysolorus, Eman. '31.68;'32.51. Chrysostum, '37. 65; 32. 50. Chunar, treaty of, id. 35. Churches, commissioners for build- ing and promoting the building of additional churches in populous parishes," seventh annual report of;'28. 173; eighth, '29.215; ninth, *30. 333; tenth, '31. 213 ; eleventh, '32. 217; twelfth, '33. 212; thirteenth and fourteenth annual report of the commissioners for building and promoting the building of churches in populous parishes, 1833 and 1834, '35. -226-230; fifteenth, '36; 214;

teenth, '37. 229; seventeenth, - 38. 218; eighteenth, '39: 220; nineteenth, '40. 227; tweutieth, :41. 228; twenty-first, '42. 206.

in Ireland, grants for building, from 1801 to 1820, 41. · 198; Church Temporalities (Ireland) Act (3 and 4 W.IV. c. 37), '34. 118-123; Act amending .same (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 90), '35. 160—162; Act further amend. ing and explaining (6 and 7 W. IV. c. 99), '37. 143.

in Scotland, Act to regu·late the appointment of ministers to (4 W. IV. c. 41), '35. 144.

- setting fire to, punislıment for (1837), '38. 161; former punishment for, '28. 142; the same altered, '42. 139; pulling down,

punishment for, '28. 143; the same altered, '42. 139; robbery in, punishment for, '28. 131; see fur.

ther, SACRILEGE. Churches iu the Highlands, amount

of expenditure allowed for each, 29. 216.

destroyed by fire, '32. 235, 236.

observations on the arclii. tecture of those built by the commissioners, '40.227.

new, grants to commis. sioners for building, from 1801 to 1810, 41. 198; number of, completed in 1827, 29. 215, 216 ; built and in progress in 1828, under the Act for building new, '28. 173; in progress of erection in 1829, 29. 216; at tlie close of 1829, 30. 233; in progress(1830), '31. 213; number of, and other places of Worship, built by the commissioners (1830), id. ib.; completed and in progress in 1831, '32.217; in 1832, '33. 212; in progress in and near the metropolis, '41. 229; and see generally for these in the Public LMPROVEMents, in each volume of the Companion.”

and Chapels, Act for enlarging, building, and repairing, 9 G. IV. c. 42, 29. 160; number of in each diocese in England (1834), '35. 125; Society for promoting the enlargement, building, and repairing, '30. 153; number of free seats gained by, id. 233 ; report of the committee of the

Incorporated Society for Promoting the Enlargement, &c., of Churches and Chapels," 1833, *34. 207, 208.

head of the, '28. 59; Lord Mountcashel's motion for a com. mission to inquire into the abuses of the, '31. 203; established, payments of money to, from 1801 to 1810, '41. 198.

augmentation of 100 benefices, '42: 244.

briefs abolished (9G. IV. c. 42), '29. 160.

Building Acts Amend.

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ment Act (1 and 2 Vict. c. 107),

39. 164. Churches building materials, draw

backs on, from April 1817 to April 1837, '39. 197. Church of England, Fire and Life Assurance Act, '42. 192.

- leases, committee on, '39. 204; renewals of, restricted (6 W. IV. c. 20), '37. 116; amendment of same as to rentals (6 and 7 W. IV. c. 61), id. ib.

meeting held in favour of the, 35, 255; Protestant meeting in Dublin in favour of, '35. 260.

Missionary Society for Africa and the East, '30. 155.

notices not be given in, on Sundays (7 W.IV. and i Vict. c. 45.), '38. 147.

patronage of, granted to builders and endowers of, in certain instances,'35. 230; patrouage, corporations, Act relating to (1 aud 2 Vict. c. 31), '39. 150.

rates, resolution that a sum for, should be granted from the land tax (Lord Althorp), '35. 204 ; meeting to form a society for the abolition of, '37. 257; scheme for the abolition of, and resolution in favour of, debate on, '38. 199, 200; meeting to petition for the abolition of, '38. 244; abolition bill brought in, '38. 203 ; bill to abolish, leave refused, '41.

refused at Manchester, '35. 261; suits, power to enlarge prisoners confined for (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 93), '41. 165, 166; and poor rates, exemption from, of churches, chapels, &c., used for religious worship (3 and 4 W.IV. c. 30), '34. 118; see also BAINES, THOROGOOD.

revenues of sinecure preferments in, protected during church commission (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 30), '36.119, 120; time of same extended (6 and 7 W.11. c. 67), '37.130 ; further extended ( W.IV. and 1 Vict. c. 71), '38. 153.

of Scotland, mentioned in the Lords, '42. 177; see GENERAL ASSEMBLY,

Church, cases of imprisonment for

not attending, '42. 242. CHURCH ACTs. See PRIVATE Bills.

states of the (Rome), its extent, population, Pope, capital, religion, revenue, debt, army, and

navy, in 1828, 29. 72, 73. “ Church History,” '32. 62.

History of the, in Africa," 32. 54. Churches and Chapels, number of,

determined on, proceeded with, and completed, in various places, viz. at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, intended, '39. 220; the same, finished, '42. 206 ; at Ashtonunder-Lyne, fiuished, '42. 206 ; at Attleborough, in progress, '42. 206; at Ayres Quay, in progress, :42. 206; at Bagilt, finished, '12. 206; at Barking Side, intended, '39. 220; at Batley Carr, tinished, '42. 206; at Bethnal Green, in progress, 41. 229; others in. tended, id. ib.; one finished, -42. 206; in Berwick-street, intended, '38. 219; Birmingham, Nineveh, building at, '35. 226 ; at Bishops Wearmouth, in progress, '42. 206; at Bistre, in progress, '42. 206 ; at Bollington, erecting, '35. 227; at Brighton (Montpelier-road), intended, '36. 219; at Bretherton, finished, '42. 206; at Bridlington Quay, finished, '42. 206 ; at Bris. tol, proposed, '42. 206; at Brymbo, intended, '38. 218; at Buglawton, finished, '42. 206; in Bur. leigh-street, determined on, '31. 214; account of, '34. 207; same erecting, '35. 227; at Byker, intended, '42. 206 ; at Camberwell, in progress, '42. 206; at Cardiff, intended, '42. 206 ; at Carlton Hill, Somersetshire, intended, '39. 220; at Carmarthen, erecting, '37. 229; completed, '36. 218; at Clapton, finished, '42. 206; at Coventry, in pro. gress, '42. 206; at Cragg, intended, '38. 219; at Cross Stone, erecting, '35. 227; at Cromamen, in

progress, '42. 206 ; at Dalston, finished, '42. 206; at Derry Hill, finished, id. ib.; at Dodworth, in

202;

tended, '42. 206; at Dover, determined on, '35. 227; at Duck. ingfield, erecting, •37. 229; finished, '42. 206; at Easton, proposed, '42. 206; at Every-street, Manchester, finished, '42. 206 ;

£t Foleshill, finished, id. ib.; at Gainsborough, intended, id. ib.; at Glyn Taff, intended, '38. 218; in Gray's Inn-lane, determined on, '31. 214; erecting, '38. 218; at Great Yarmouth, erecting, '35. 226; account and view of, id. 227–229; altar-piece at, id. 229; at Habergam Eaves, erecting, '37. 229; completed, '38. 218; at Hackney, finished, '42. 206; at Hebden. Bridge, erecting, '35. 226; at Heworth, in progress, '42. 206; at Troubridge, intended, '38. 219; at Keighley, in progress, '42. 206; at Kendal, finished, id. ib.; at Kimberworth, intended, id. ib.; at Kuightsbridge, St. Paul's, first stone of, laid, '41. 229; in progress, '42. 206; account of the same, id. 210; at Lambeth, Parkroad, erecting, '41. 229; at Laneend, Staffordshire, erecting, '35. 227; in Little Queen-street, build. ing, *31. 214; at Liverpool, Lovelane, erecting, '35.227; at Loughborough, building, '37. 229; '38.

at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in progress, '42. 206; another proposed, '42. 206; at Newport, Monmouthshire, erecting, '37. 229; completed, '38. 218; at Newtown, Cambridge, in progress, '42. 206; at Newtown, Lan. cashire, intended, '38. 219; at Newtown, Montgomery, intended, :42. 206; Nineveh, Birmingham, building, '35. 226 ; at Norbiton, proposed, '42. 206 ; at Norbury, Cheshire, erecting, 35. 227; at Nottingham (Trinity), account of, '42. 216; at Oldbury, intended, '39. 220; finished, '42. 206; at Paddington, intended, id. ib.; at Park-road, Lambeth, finished, id. ib.; at Peckham, in'tended, '39. 220; finished, '42. 206; at Pemberton-row, intended, '38. 219; at Plymouth, in pro

gress, '42. 206 ; at Penworthen, intended, '39. 220; at Portsea, finished, '42. 206; at Portsmouth, intended, '38. 219; on Saffron. hill, building, '31. 214 ; (Roman Catholic) of St. Chads, at Birmingham, account of, '42. 213— 216 ; (Roman Catholic) in St. George's-fields, some account of, id. 216; at Scholes, finished, id. 206; at Sedgeley, finished, id. ib.; in Sharp's-square, Clerkenwell, determined on, *31. 214; at Sheer. ness, completed, '38. 218; at Sheppy, Kent, erecting, '37. 229; at Skelton, erecting, '35. 227; in Sloane-street, completed, *31. 214; at Snewton, intended, '38. 219; at Southwark, account and view of, '42. 209; at Spotland, erecting, '35. 227; in St. George's, Bloomsbury, determined on, 31. 214; at. George's in the East, determined on, '31. 214; nearly completed, 941. 229; at St. George's, Southwark, intended, '42. 206 ; in St. Giles's in the Fields, determined on, '31. 214; in St. Luke's, Old-street, deter. mined on, '31. 214; at Stayley Bridge, erecting, '37. 229; finished, '42. 206 ; at Stratford, Essex, erecting, '35. 227; at Streatham, account and view of, '42. 206, 207, 208; site granted for, '41. 229; at Stretford, intended, '42. 206; at Thurgoland, intended, id. ib.; at Tipton, erecting, '37. 229; another, intended, '38. 219; at Todeholes, building, '35. 226 ; at Totworth, proposed, '42. 206; at Tredegar, erecting, '35. 227; '37._229; completed, 38. 218; at Trowbridge, erecting, '37. 229; '38. 218; at Tynemouth, determined on, '35. 227; at Upper Gornal, intended, '39. 220; in Vincent-square, erecting, '37. 229; completed, '38. 218; in Watney-street, St. George's in the East, nearly completed, '41. 229; the same finished, '41. 206; at Wellington, intended, '38. 219; Whiteshill, finished, '42. 206 ; in Wilton-place, first stone of, laid,

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