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'41. 210 ; opinion of the judges Clitheroe, population and representon the legality of the sale of, in ation of, '33. 65 ; Grammar. Canada, 41. 206; resolution of School Leasing Act, '38. 214; and the judges conceruing, '41. 206; Blackburn Road Act, '40. 215. Act (3 & 4 Vict. c. 78), '41. “ Clitophon and Leucippe," "32. 49. 163.

Clive, Captain, takes Arcot, '32. Clergymen, Society for the Relief of 28; Colonel, gains the Battle of

Poor, of the Established Church Plassy, '32. 28, 29; nominated resident in the Country, '30. 146; Governor of India, '32. 29; Lord, for the Relief of Widows and Governor of Madras, id. 40; made Children of, in the Diocese of Governor and Commander-inLondou, '30. 146.

Chief at Calcutta, id. 30; reClerk of the Pleas (Ireland), Act turns to England, id. 31. 10 G, IV. c. 48, '30. 188.

Mr., reported guilty of Clerk examiner of the Barons of the bribery, '41. 206.

Exchequer, office of, abolished, Clock or Albion of Richard de '42. 142.

Walingford, '39. 55; Richard, Clerkenwell, population, &c., of, '28. Abbot of St. Alban's, '29. 60.

86, 87; St. James and St. John, Clocks, invention and improverental of the parishes of (1829), ments, '29. 60, 61; used in astro'29. 85; Amendment Act, '30. nomy, ich 59; brought to Europe, 231.

28. 56; in Britain in A.C. 55, Greeu-street to, Act for, 29. 60; escapement invented, :41. 216.

id. ib. ; pendulum, Galileo the Clermont, Council of, '28. 57.

younger, Christian Huygens, id. Clerodendrum tomentosum, '31. 61; Hindoo contrivances, serving 38.

for, '31. ll; see also CHRONOClethra arborea, '31. 38; alnifolia, 29. 64.

duty on (1829), '30. 204. Cleveland, Duke of, bis verdict in

British, value of exports the case of Lord Cardigan, '42. of, in, from 1825 to 1832, 34. 175.

165. Cliffe Improvement Bill, *29. 181.

- foreign, not to be imported Cliff Bank and Skelton Road Act, unless with maker's name on face '41.219,

of, '34. 131, 132; value of imClifford, Lord, takes his seat in the ports, and of re-exports of, from

House of Lords, '30. 224-261. 1625 to 1632, id. 165, Clifton, inteuded Catholic church Clodius murdered, '28. 53,

of the Twelve Apostles at, '37. Clogher, Bishop of, his revenue 233; chapel at, built, '42. 206; (1831), '34. 178. Bridge Act, '31. 211; Amend. Clonakilty, population of, in 1821 ment Act, '37. 219; further Act, and 1831, '31. 90. :42. 193.

Clones, population of, in 1921 and Climate, influence of, on the causes 1831, '34. 92. of death, '41. 32.

Clonfert, Bishop of, his revenue iu Climbing Boys, Society for sus 1831, '34. 179.

pending the use of, '30. 151; Act Clonmel, population of, in 1821 and regulating (4 W. IV. c. 35), '35. 1831, '34. 91; electors, number 138-140; their age limited, id. of in, in 1834,, '37.. 182; Road 138; further regulations concern Act, '34. 205, 206 ; Clonmel, ing, '41, 164 ; see further, Chim Tipperary, and Waterford, popu

lation of (1821), '29. 63. Climbing billardiera, '31. 37; co Close-flowered dillwynia, '31. 38; bea, id. 38.

other sorts, ich ib. ; heath, id 39. Clinkers, duty on (1836), '37. 128. Closterseven, Convention of, '31. 52.

METERS,

NEYS.

Clotaire, "28. 56.
Cloth-leaved rulingia, '31. 43.
Clothing, dissertation' on, '29, 118

122. Clothing of the labouring classes,

particulars relating to, '34. 56, 57. Cloud, what it is, '30.77; form.

ation of, ich ib.; its Boating over the top of mountains accounted for, ich 78; of day, id. 8l; of night, id. 82. Cloyds, how formaed, '28. 18.

fogs, and mists, dissertation on, '30. 77–87; classification of, il. 79—81; observations on the form of, in August, id. 42; dissolution and re-appearance of, remarks upon, id. 44; indications of approaching changes of the weather from the form of, id. 84

-87. Clover field, '28. 36. CLOVER. See SEEDS. Cloves, duty on (1829), '30. 204;

(1832), '33. 191 ; (1836), '37. 128; quantity of, entered for home consumption, and amount and rate of duty, from 1825 to 1829, '31. 188; import, export, and home consumption of, in 1828, "31. 173; in 1830, 31. 277; 31. 175; in 1831, '31, 154; exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 162; import and home consamption of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 186; the same in 1838, 40. 178; the same in 1839, '41. 185; in 1840; '42. 158; see fur

ther, SPICES. Clovis establishes France, '28. 56. Cloyne, population of, in 1821 and 1831, 34. 90:

bishop ot, his revenue in 1831, '34. 179.

bishop of (Brinkley), dies, '36. 10S, 248.

bishopric of, ceaxes, '36. 248. Club House Chambers, Regent

street, account and view of, '40.

245-247. Clubs, subscription, in London, in

1829, '30. 18o. Clun Inclosure Act, '38. 208; '40.

212.

Cluster pine, '29. 66.
Clustered-flowered lelagn, '31. 43.
Clavier, P., '31. 72; '32. 64,
Clycine frutescens, '29. 85.
Clyde Improvement Act,"41. 222.
Clyde and Forth Navigation Act,

37. 221; Clyde river and Forth
and Clyde. canal, canal to con-
vect, Act for, '37. 222; Navi-
gation Acts, consolidation and
amendment Act, '42. 199; Clyde

and Polluc Railway Act; '32. 216. Clytia volubilis, '30. 47. Coal. See COALS.Coalition against France, "28. 62 ;

the second, ill. 62; '31. 54; the third, '28. 63; '31.56; the fourth, id. 54, 56 ; the fifth, id. 57'; the

sixth, id. 58. Coals, quantity annually raised in

France, in 1816 and 1836; '39, 192 ; duty on, in France, its impolicy and bad effects, '33. 107,

108. Coal-holes, leaving open, la:r re

lating to (1829), '30. 138. Coal.mines, setting fire to, punishi

ment for, '28. 143; setting fire to, punishment for, 1837, '38. 162; punishment for stealing in mines,

28. 135, Coal trade, committee of the Lords

appointed, '30. 222; Act limit. ing partnerships in (6&7 W. IV.

c. 109), 37. 146. Coalpit Heath Tramroad Amend.

ment Act, '35. 222. Coals, bushel measure of, formerly

at Guildhall, its capacity, '35. 115; conference ou the high prices of, '31. 234; advantage of buying by weight, *35. 114 ; to be sold by weight and not by measure (5 & 6 WIT. c. 63), '36. 129 ; Act for 'regulating the vend and delivery of, in London and Westminster, and in certain parts of Middlesex, Sarrey, &c. (1 & 2 W.IV. c. 76), '32: 171– 174; vend and delirery of, in London and Westminster continuance Act, '39. 213.

effect on the price of, at York, by the opening of the Great North of England Railway;'42. 71.

170;

Coals, consumption of,. in London,

in 1802,. 18104. 1820; 1824, and 1827, '29. 190;. in London, in each y anty from 1801 to 1828, '30. 120; wed in London, 28. 58; cormed for gasi in London (1829), 29. 181...

imports of, quantity of, imported imported into London from 1801 to 1828, '30.120; into port of London, and duty on, in 1830,

1831, and 1832,! '34. 166; . im :ported into the port of London

in 1833, and from whence, '35. 186,

brought coastwise into. same, in 1833 and 1834, and the places whence brought, '36. brought into in 1833, 1834, and 1835, and fwm. whence, '37. 171 ; brought: into in 1836 and 1836, '38.:183.; in 1836, 1837, and 1838, '40. 193; in 1838 and 1839, 24). 193; in 1840; '42. 183.

Newcastle, quantity aty, ansually raised, 28. 88; average Londok price of, from 1813 to 1831,.'34.. 184 ; price of, in Londou, in 1834, '36. 178.

duty:od (1829), '32. 201, 202; quantity of, entered, and amount of duty thereon, brought coastwise into the counties of Bngland, in 1829, '31. 190;- sea-borne, amount of duty on, in: 1830, 183l; and 1832, '34. 184.; Slates, &C., Duty Act:(1.

& 2: W. IF. 6: 16), '32. 145 ; duties on, in 1833, '34. 166.

drawback on, consumed in mines in 1829, amount of, '31. 191.

tax on, for payment of the expenses of London Bridge,. '32.

231. Coals and.culm, exporto of, value

of, .exportod: in. 1827, 28: 167; and cinders, quantity and de. clared value of. exports. of, in 1828, 31. 176; in 1830, '33.

179; in 1831, 34. 157.. Coals, quantity of, exported, and

amount of duty on, in 1830, 1831, and 183%, '34. 166; coalos:and

culm, value of, in 1833 and 1884, '36. 156; coals, es ports of, in 1835, '37. 170; goals, culm, and cinders, export of, in 1836, '98. 178; quantity..sert coastwise in 1837, 39.'193; conds and calm, exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37.161;. the same in 1885, 1836, and 1837, '39. 182.; the same, and quantities thereof, and of cinders, in 1838, '40.188; the same in 1839, 4L 187 ; the same in 1840, '42. 162.5 coule, culm; and cinders, quantity shipped from various ports of the kingdom

in 1839, '41. 193: Coals, Ireland, quantity of, retained

for home consumption.im, in 1790 and 1831,. *34. 162; duty on, imported into, from 1825 to 1899, '31.191; repeal of the duty on the iniportation of, into Ireland, debated, '31:204 ; effects of the tax on, in Ireland (1830); '31.

11), 1:12 Coal trade, Dublin, Regulations Act

(2 W.LV.c. 21), '33..128... Coal.metres, Dublin, Act (2 W.

IV. c..90), '33. 128. Coasting trade, amount of tonnage

and number of meu, for 1828, '30. 207; tumnage of ressels which entered at, and cleared out of, the ports of Great Britain, ..from 1827 to 1831,. '33. 183, vessels and their tourage employed in, in 1833,.'35. 174; vessels employed iu, in the years ending 5th. Jan. uary, 1884.and 1835, '36. 16X; number and tonnage of vessels which entered inwards, and cleared outwards, in 1836, '37. 165; in 1836, '38.176 ;: in 1937, '39. 187, 188; in:1838,'40. 186; in 1839; -'41. 169; number and tonnage of vessels employed in,

in 1840, '42.-16::: Cobalt, duty on (1829), '30,.201;

(1832), 33. 19)wi! Cobbett, William; tried for seditious

libels: the jury discharged, 32 239; his discussion with Mr. Thomat:Attwood, '33. 231; mores resolutions on the Stamp: Aats, 34:187; id. 192; moves: an ed.

dress for the removal of Sir Robert Peel from the Privy Council; rejected, and motion, &c., expunged, '34. 193; dies, '36. 108, 245; bis “ Parliamentary History” quoted, '38. 68; bis “ Register," motion in the Commons

concerning, '32. 189. Cobbinshaw Reservoir Act, '42. 197. Coboa scandens, '31. 38. Cobra di Capello, venom of, au:d

remedies against, '28. 123. Cobweb - leaved slipperwort, '31.

37. Cocculus Indicus, used in adulte

rating beer, '36. 23; poisonous properties of, and remedies against,

$28. 121. Cochin, surrender of, '32. 40. Cochin-China, &c., extent, popula

tion, and military force of, in 1828,

'28. 72. Cochineal, duty on (1829), '30. 198;

quantity of, imported from 1826 to 1828, '29. 191; import, export, and home consumption of, in 1828, 31. 173; in 1830, '32. 177; in 1830, '33. 175; in 1831, '34. 154; imports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 163; imports and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 184 ; the same in 1838, '40. 176; the same in 1839, '41. 183; the same in 1840, '12. 156; quantity exported in 1833 and 1834, '36. 156; exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835,

'37. 162. Cochrane, Lord, tried, *28. 64; es

capes from the King's Bench Pri. B011, id. ib.; arrives at Messina,

id. 68, Cockades not to be given by candi

dates at elections, "28. 160. Cockbum, Henry, Solicitor-General

for Scotland, '31. 240. Cocker, his Arithmetic, when pub

lisbed, '37. 32; extreme scarcity of, id. 34* ; bis “ Decimal Arith

metic" referred to, '41. 21. Cockerell, Mr. C. Ř., architect of

the British Fire Office, '32. 220, 221; architect to the Bank, '36. 224 ; of the Taylor and Randolph Institute at Oxford, '42. 102; of

the intended office of the Sun As.

surance Company, id. 103, 101. Cockerell and Tite, Messrs., archi

tects of the London and Westmin

ster Bank, '39. 236. Cockermouth, population and re

presentation of,'33. 60; difference of time between, and London,

'31. 15. “ Cocket," contents of, what, '32.

101. Cocking, Mr., killed, '38. 246. Cock-fighting, pits for, penalty for

keeping, iu or near London, 10. 151; penalty for keeping, '36.

127. Cockshott, Mr., his evidence relative

to Brazil sugar, '41. 129. Cocoa, quantity consumed in the

navy in 1835, '37. 169; duty on, amount of, received in 1831, '33. 181; quantity of, imported and entered for home consumption in 1831, '33. 184; import of, and duty on, in 1832,'31. 170 ; quantity of, imported and exported, and net revenue from same, in 1833, '33. 182 ; import, export, and home consumption of, in 1835, '37. 169; in 1836, 38, 178; import and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 181; the same in 1838, '40. 176; the same in 1839, '41. 182; the same

in 1840, '42. 156. Cocoa-nuts, duty on, 1829, '30.

204; (1832), 33. 191 ; husks, &c., ditto, id. ib.; quantity of, imported and retained for home consumption, and amount of duty thereon, from 1821 to 1830, '32. 181; import, export, and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; in 1830, '32. 177; '33. 185; in 1831, '34. 154; value of exports of, in 1833 and 1831, '36.

156." See also Cocoa. Cocoa-Nur Husks or SHELLS. See

Cocoa-Nuts. Cocoa-Nut Oil. See Oils. Cocoa-Paste. See Cocoa. Cocoa-tree Club, '30. 160. Cocus-wood, duty on (1829), '30.

201. Codinus, George, '31. 68; '3... 51.

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Codrington, Sir Edward, his con

vention with the viceroy of Egypt, '29. 212; vote of thanks to, proposed and withdrawn in the Com. mons, '29. 203; declines a chal.

lenge, '34. 250. Coelho, Alb. 31. 73; '32. 71. Coercion Bill read a first time, *34.

187 ; debates on, passed, id. 187 -190; abandoned, '35. 211; another introduced, debated, and carried, id. 211-213; charges against Irish members relating to, '35. 197; abstract of, 3 W. IV. c. 4, '31. 103-106 ; Continuance Act (4 W.IV. c. 38), '35. 142. Cofl'ee, importance of encouraging

the consumption of, '41. 135; consumption of, and amount received for duty, increased by the reduction of rate of duty, '41. 97, 98 ; produce of additional duties on, in 18 10 and 1841, 42. 153; con• sumption of, rate of duty on, &c., in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1839, '41. 133; injurious effect of the duties on, id. 133, 134 ; adulteration of, in London, id. 131; Jamaica, price of, from 1813 to 1831, *34. 182; price of, in London, in 1834, '36. 178; quantity produced in various countries which export, '41. 133.

duty on (1829), '30. 204; net produce of, in 1831, '33. 181; amount of, in 1830, 1831, and 1832, 34. 164; quantity of, for which duty on home cousumption was paid, from 1822 to 1830, 31. 187.

import, export, and duty : quantity of, imported into, and exported from, Great Britain and Ireland, and net produce of duty, in 1929, id. 188; for year ending 5th January, 1831, 32. 181; quantity imported and exported in 1831, '33. 18t; same and amount of duty on, and whence imported, in 1832, *34. 169; same and net revenue from same, in 1833, 35. 181, 182; imported aud exported in 1834, '36. 170; imported from 1821 to 1828, 29.

value of, imported in 1827,

28. 167; quantity of imported into Great Britain, from the Bri. tish colonies and plantations, British India, and foreign countries, and amount of duty thereon, for 1828, '30. 213; value of imports of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 163; import and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 184; the same in 1838, '40. 176; the same in 1839, '41. 182;

the in 1840, 42. 156 ; quantity of, exported in 1827,'29, 191; value of export of, in 1833 and 1834, '36. 156; in 1834 and 1835, '37. 162; import, export, and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; 1830, '32. 177; 1830, '33. 175; 1831,'34. 154; in 1835, '37. 168 ; in 1836, '38. 178 ; Ireland, quantity of, retained for home con. sumption in, and duty thereon, in

1790 and 1831, *34. 162. Coffee-shops, law relating to (1829),

*30. 137; increase of, in London, and the salutary effect of, :41.

135. Coffee and sugar, circumstances af.

fecting the supply of, in the United

Kingdom, 41. 126—136. Cofferdams, advantage of, in found

ing bridges, '32. 223; modes of constructing, id. ib., 224 ; remarks on the construction of, by iron

piles, '34. 226–228. Coffin, Sir Isaac, dies, '40.260. Coggeshall, population of, '33. 62. Coliac, a Coptic month, *30. 16. Coimbra ceases to be the seat of

government, '28. 58; execution

of the students at, 29. 210. Coin, laws against oflences relating

to, consolidated and amended (2

W. IV. c. 31), '33. 130, 131. Coinage of England, weights of, *29. 165.

silver, new, ordered, '37.253.

decimal, Mr. De Morgan's observations on the practicability of a, '41. 17-21.

changes of, how regulated, 33. 175.

amount of gold and silver, coined from 1790 to 1809, and from 1810 to 1829, '34. 153; from

191;

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