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'41. 229; in progress, '42. 206; at Witley, intended, '38. 218; at Wuerdale, erectiig, '35. 227., Churchill, Mro; bastinadoed and

imprisoned at Constantinople, '37. · 254, 255. Ehurn owl, the general period of

its singing, '30. 39. Chusan, mortality of the British at,

'12. 233; captured, id. ib. Chwalcacwski, *31.71 ; '32. 75. Chwang-lëē, emperor of China, '30.

28.: Chylmark, John, '37. 22. Chyt, a Hindustani monk, 30. 25. Cicero, MT., '31. 65; 32. 52;

« Life of," '32. 61.. Cider counties, '28. 38; making

season, id. ib. ; duties repealed and other duties imposed (1 W. IV. c. 51), '31. 151; sale of, by retail, regulated (1 W.IV. c. 64), '31. 153–157; selling, without a licence, '41. 157; duty on (1829), '30. 205.

and Perry; amount produced by duty on, in 1817, '29. 187

and Beer Act, Amendment Act (4 & 5 W. IV. c. 85), '35. 158, 159; Act to amend the Acts relating to the general sale of, by retail, in England (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 61), '41. 156—158. Cigars, quantity of, imported and

retained for home consumption, · and duty on same, in 1833, '35. · 183; quantity.' imported, and amount of duty on same, in 1829,

31. 188; see further, TOBACCO. Cigognara, :31. 78. Ciliated Cullumia, '31.38; Roella,

id. 43. Cimbrians destroyed by Marius, · 28. 53. Cinmerian Mountains and their se

veral heights, '35. 45 ; alphabeiical index to same, &c., id. 49–

53. Cimmerians, 28. 50. Cinders, duty on, in 1833, 34. 166 ;

see further, COAL. Cinnaharis Nativa, duty on (1832),

. 33. 191. Cimamon, duty on (1829),. '30.

204; quantity of, entered for

home consumption, and amount and rate of duty on, from 1825 to 1829, 31. 188; import, export, and hoine consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; in 1830, '32. 177 ; in 1830, '33. 175; in 1831, '31. 154; import and home con. sumption of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 186; the same in 1835, '40. 178; the same in 1839, '41. 185; the same in 1810; '42. 158; export of, value of, iu 1834 and 1835, 37. 162; see: further,

SPICES. Cinnamus, '31.68; '32. 51. Cinque Ports, excepted from the

Municipal Corporation Reform

Bill, '36, 302. Cintra, convention of, '28. 64; *31.

57. Circassia, war in, '42. 239. Circle, divisions of the, '29. 114. Circuit Courts, additional (Scot

land), Act (9G. IV. c. 29), '29.

149. Circular of the Poor Law Commis

sioners referred to, '41. 58. Circulation of the blood discovereil,

25., 60; “ Circulation of the

Bivod,” '32. 60. Circumcision, or Octave of ChristCirencester, population and repre

sentation of, '33. 62. Cirencester Branch Railway Act,

37. 222. Cirrocumulus, '30. 82.; in summer

precedes an increase of temperature, and in winter precedes the

of frost, id. 81. Cirrostratus, 30. 40, 82, 83 ; a sign

of rain or show, id. 85. Cirrus, '30. 80, 81; linear, id. 81;

reticular, id. ib. Cisalpine Republic, '28. 68; ac

knowledged, '31. 55. Cistus helianthemum, '29. 38. Cities, boroughs, and towns of

Great Britain and Ireland, the population of each of which ex

ceeded 5000 (1821), '29. 81. Citium, Zeno of, '32. 48. Citrate of lime, duty on (1832), '33. Citric acid, duty on (1832), '33. 191.

mas, '28. &

breaking up

191.

City Club House; account of, '34.

218; Dispensary; '30. 143; Institution for Diseases of Cliil. dren, '30: 144; Canal Act; 30. 232.

of Dublin Steam Packet Com. pany Act, '34. 203.

of London Auxiliary Bible Society, '30. 153; Gas Light Company, .29. 181; General Benevolent Institution, '30: 149; General Pension Society, id. 145; Literary and Scientific Institu. tion, id. 161; Institution, Aldersgate-street, account of, '39. 232; Literary and Scientific Institution, '31. 138; Lying-in Hospital, -30. 141; Lying.in Institution, id. 142; national schools, on the Madras system, id. 159; School, foundations laid, account of the iutended building, '36. 218, 219; first stone of, laid by Lord Brougham, id. 249; further progress of, '37. 236; School of Instruction and Industry, '30. 157.

and Tower Ham. lets Cemetery consecrated; '42.

212. 6City of Waterford” steam-vessel

wrecked, '31. 248. Ciullo d'Alcamo, '31. 68; '32. 54. Civiale, M., his computation of the

proportion of deaths after litho

tomy and lithotrity, '39. 43. Civil Bill Courts: (Ireland) Act

(6 & 7 W: IV. c. 75), '37. 134.

Engineers, Institution of, '30. 161.

govertiment of the United Kingdom, expenses of; in 1834,

1835, and 1836, '37, 132. Civil List, Acts (1 W. IT. c. 25),

'32. 142-144; (1 Vict. c. 2), '39. 142, 143; amount of, in 1834, 1835, and 1836, '37. 152; of William IV., amount of, '32. 144; amount of same on 5th January, 1841, '42. 150; Bill passes, 39. 200 ; committee moved for on, by Sir H. Pamell, '32. 187; committee, '32. 190; committee appointed, '39. 199; debate, ma. jority against minister's, '31. 210.

Civil Offices Declaration Bill thrown out, '37. 215.

wars in England begin, '31. 47. Civilization and education, moral

influence of, on the diminution of crime, '29. 96-102: Clackheaton), population of, '33. 77. Clackmannan, population of, '33.

83. Clackmannanshire, population of,

and of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821; and 1831; value of rcal property in, and its representation, '33. 83; summary of same, in 1821. and 1831, distir guishing the sexes, id. 89; the same in 1811, 12. 108; popu. lation of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and increase per cent., id. 110; electors, number of, in, in 1836, 37. 182; bourses, number of, inhabited, univhabited, and building in 1841, '42. 108; occupations of persons in (1831), '35. 96; turnpike trusts, their extent and income in (1831), 35. 193; gates in, rents of, in 1833, 1834 and 1835, '37. 178. Claes Willems; '32. 72. Clairaut, his computation of the ef

fects of the planets on Halley's comet, '33. 8; his prediction of the appearance of Halley's comet, '35. 10-12; and Lalande, their cal. culations on comets, &c., '35. 10, 11; problem of “ the three bodies, 29. 59; Claishault, D'Alembert, and Euler, their solution of “the problem of the three bodies," “29. 22, 23; his dis

coveries on the moon's orbit, '34.9. Clairvaux, Bernard of, '32. 66. Clandestine marriages, Acts against,

37. 66-68. Clapham, population of, '33. 73. Clapperton, Captain, his death, '29.

238. Clapton, church at, finished, '42.

206. Clare, population of, in 1821 and

1831, '31. 90; electors, number of, in, in 1834, '37. 182.

Lower (Glamorgan), popu. lation of, '33. 80.

Clare, Juhu, liis allusion to spring,

29. 33; subscription raised for,

:42. 210. Clarence, Duke of, Lord High Au.

miral, '28. 69; resigns the office,

29. 242. Clarence (Durham) Railway Bill,

'29. 182; Railway Improvement Act, '30. 232; Amendment Act, '33. 211; Branches Act, '31. 206; Railway, account of, '37. 104, 105 ; 41. 68; Clarence, Hartlepool, and Great North of England Junction Railway, particulars of, '41. 78.

Street, Park Village, church in, account of, '38. 219. Clarendon, '31. 72; '32. 60. “Clarissa," “ Pamela," &c., '32.61. Clark, A. '32. 61. Clarke, '31. 76; E. D., '32. 62.

Dr. Jolin, his opinion of the bad effects of oysters to women after delivery, quoted, '36. 22; his mistake concerning the nonprevalence of plague before 1665, '36. 28*; his “ Commentaries on the Diseases of Children" quoted, id. 28.

Mr., his statue of Major Cartwright in Burton-crescent, '32.218.

Mr. Tierney, the designer of the Hammersmith Suspension Bridge, '28. 175.

Mr. W. B., architect of the restoration of Waltham Cross, '31.226; of the South Hayling improvements, '38. 240. Classification of clouds, '30. 7981.

of prisoners, recommended by the House of Lords,

36. 49*. Classical schools, education in, ex

tended, :41. 161, 162. Claudian, 28. 54; 31. 65. Claudianus, C. '32. 53. Claudius, '28. 54. Clausel, Marshal, enters Mascara,

37. 251. “ Clavicula Solomonis” referred to,

40. 25. Claydon and Bosmere Poor Act, '34.

205.

Clayton Tunnel, on the Brighton

Railway, account of, '42. 69. Cleanthes, '32. 48. Clearances for ballast discontinued,

31. 184. Clearing houses, payments made

through, in London, for the year 1839, and average amounts of payments theretlırough daily,'12.

170. Clegg, Mr. Samuel, bis evidence on

patents referred to, '30. 121; his gas regulator at the Post Office,

id. 235. Cleland, Dr., his “ Statistics of

Glasgow and Lanark" referred to, '34. 37, 180; his paper on the Glasgow Bridewell quoted, '36.

64*. Clematis, or Virgin's Buwer, the,

28. 37; aristata, '31.38; florida,

id. ib. Clement XIV., '28. 62. Clementi, the composer, dies, '33.

229. Clennell, Luke, dies, ’11. 138. Cleopatra, her death, '28. 54. Cleoptera, method of preserving,

38. 24. Clepsydræ, or water clocks, '29. 60;

31.5; their probable formation,

id. ib. Clergy, incomes, &c., of, in 1688, '35. 72.

- arresting, in performance of their duty, punishment for, 9 G. IV. c. 31, '29. 152.

when, and for what, exempted from assessed taxes. '35. 152.

being members of copartnerships, not to render same void, 39. 145.

residences for, Act provid. ing (1 Vict. c. 23), '39. 147, 148; and (1. Vict. c. 29), id. ib.

residence of, Act to make better provision for the, &c. (1 & 2 Vict. c. 196), '39. 163, 164.

Orphan Corporation, '30. 157.

benefit of, abolished generally, *28. 129; taken from peers (4 Vict. c. 22), '42. 127.

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City Club House; account of, '34. Civil Office Declaration Bill

218; Dispensary; 90.- 143; Id thrown out; ST 110: ; dri
stitution for Diseasesof. CHR. wars in England begin; '31,
dren; '30: 194; Canaf 'Act;:. 30. 47. Listai
232.

Civilization and education, moral of Dublin Steam Packet Com influence of, on the diminution of pany Act, '34. 205.

crime, '29: 96702.of London Auxiliary Bible Clackheaton, population of;"33577. Society, '30. 133; Gas Light Clackmann, population of, '33. Company, 29. 181; General Be

83.) nerofent Itistitution, '30: 149; | Clackmannanshire; population of, Gerreral Pension Society, id. 145 ;

and of the principal towns of in Literary and Scientific Iristitu: 1871, 1881; and 1894; vakute of tion, id. 161; Institution, Alders real property id; and its ropregate-street, account of, '39. 282; sentation, '33. 83 ; summary of Literary and Scientific Institution, same, in 1821. and 1831, distin '37. 138; Lying-in Hospital, "30.

guishing the sexes, sid. 80; the 141 ; Lying.in Institution; id. same in 1841, 42 100% popus 142 ; national schools, on the

. lation of, in 1801, 181, 1821, Madras system; id. 1993; School, 1831, and 184ky and increase per foandations laid; account of the cert, ac. 110; eleetor, numberol, intended building, '36.218, 219;

in; in 189037. 182; -hores, first stone of, laid by Lord wamber of; inhabited, uninhibited, Brougham, id. 249; further pro

and building; in 1841,'42.. 108; gress of, '37. 236; School of In occupations of persone in (1881), struction and Industry, '90. 197.' '36.76; turnpike trustw; 'their ex

and Tower Hidroge tant and income: in (1834), '35. Jets Cemetery consecrated;. •42. 1931gates id, -ronty of, in 1833, 242.

1934 and 1835, 37. 178151. “City of Waterford" steam-vessel Claes Willems '32::72 wrecked, '34. 248.

Clairaut, bis computation of the efCiullo d'Alcamo, '31. 68; '32:'54. fects of the planets on Halley's coCiviale; M., his computation of the met;:'33. 8; bis prediction of the

proportion of deaths after. litho appearance of Hallog?8 comet,r'35. tomy and lithotrity, '39. 43.

10-12; and. Lalande, their: cal. Civil Bill Courts: (Feland) Act culations on comete, &o: 36.

(6 & 7: W: IV: c: 75), '37. 10; 11; problem of the three 134.

bodies, "*"29: 59; Claichault, Et:gineers, Institution of, '30. D'Alembert, and Ealer, their 30161.

lution of “the problem of the government of the United three bodies," '29. 22, 23; his disKingdom; expenses-of; in 1884, coperies on the moon's orbit;'34.0.

1833, and 1836, '37, 109.' . Clairvaux, Bernard of, '33: 660.. Civil List, Acts'(1 W IV. c. 25), Clandestine marriages, Acts against,

'32: 142 144;. (I Vict. c. 2), '37.6.68
'39. 142; 143; amount i of, in Clapham, population of; '33.179.
1834, 1855, and 1836, '37. 152; Clapperton, Captain, his death, "29
of William IV., amount of, '32. 238.
144; amount of same on 5th Jan Clapton, church aty finished, 42
uary, 1841, '42. 150; Bill passes,
'39. 200 ; committee moved for Clare, population of, in. 1821 and
on, by Sir H. Pamell, '32: 187; 1881, 34.290'; electors, number
committee, '32: 190; committee of, in, in 1834, '37. 182 . ."..
appointed, 139:199; debate, ma. Lower:(Glamorgan), popalo
jority against ministers, '31.240. lation of, '33. 80.

Clare, Juhu, his allusion to spring, Clayton Tunnel, on the Brightou

29. 33; subscription raised for, Railway, account of,'42. 69. 42. 240.

Cleanthes, '32. 48. Clarence, Duke of, Lord High Ad. Clearances for ballast discontinued,

miral, '28. 69; resigns the office, '31. 184. '29. 242.

Clearing houses, payments made Clarence (Durham) Railway Bill, through, in London, for the year

"29. 182; Railway Improvement 1839, and average amounts of Act, '30. 232; Amendment Act, payments therethrough daily, '42. '33. 211; Branches Act, '34. 170. 206; Railway, account of, '37. Clegg, Mr. Samuel, bis evidence on 104, 105; 41. 68; Clarence, patents referred to, '30. 124; his Hartlepool, and Great North of gas regulator at the Post Office, England Junction Railway, par id. 235. ticulars of, '41. 78.

Cleland, Dr., his “ Statistics of Street, Park Village, Glasgow and Lanark” referred to, church in, account of, '38, 219. '34. 37, 180; his paper on the Clarendon, '31. 72; '32. 60...

Glasgow Bridewell quoted, '36. “ Clarissa," “ Pamela, " &c., '32. 61. 64*. Clark, A. '32. 61.

Clematis, or Virgin's Bower, the, Clarke, '31, 76; E. D., '32..62. 28. 37; aristata, '31. 38; florida, Dr. John, his opinion of the

id. ib. bad effects of oysters to women Clement XIV., *28. 62: after delivery, quoted, '36. 22; | Clementi, the composer, dies, '33. his mistake concerning the non 229. prevalence of plague before 1665, Clennell, Luke, dies, '41. 138. 136. 28*; his « Commentaries Cleopatra, her death, '28. 54. on the Diseases of Childreu" | Cleoptera, method of preserving, quoted, id. 28.

:38. 24. Mr., his statue of Major Clepsydræ, or water clocks, '29. 60; Cartwright in Burton-crescent, '31.5; their probable formation, 32. 218.

id. ib. Mr. Tierney, the designer Clergy, incomes, &c., of, in 1688, of the Hammersmith Suspension '35. 72. Bridge, '28. 175.

arresting, in performance of Mr. W. B., architect of the their duty, punishment for, 9 restoration

Waltham Cross, G. IV. c. 31, 29. 152. '31. 226; of the South Hayling

when, and for what, eximprovements, '38. 240.

empted from assessed taxes, '35. Classification of clouds, '30. 79 152. 84...

being members of copartof prisoners, recom nerships, not to render same void, mended by the House of Lords, 39. 145. '36. 49*.

residences for, Act provid. Classical schools, education in, ex ing (1 Vict. c. 23), '39. 147, tended; :41. 161, 162.

148; and (1. Vict. c. 29), id. ib. Claudian, '28. 54 ; '31. 65..

residence of, Act to make Claudianus, C. '32. 53.

better provision for the, &c. (1 & Claudius, '28. 54.

2 Vict. c. 196), '39. 163, 164. Clausel, Marshal, enters Mascara,

Orphan Corporation, '30. '37.251.

157.. “Clavicula Solomonis” referred to,

benefit of, abolished gene'40. 25.

rally, '28. 129 ; taken from Claydon and Bosmere Poor Act, '34. peers (4 Vict. c. 22), '42. 127. 205.

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