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1816 to 1828, 29. 189; amount of, half-crowns, shillings, and sixpences, from 14th June, 1828, to

31st December, 1829, '31. 172 Coinage of sovereigns, coined from .31st December, 1829, to 15th FebTuary, 1831, '32. 176 ; same, and expense

of
same,

from 6th August,
1831 to 9th February, 1832, 33.
175; value of gold coined at the
Mint in each of the years 1830,
1831, and 1832, '34. 154; during
1833, '35. 171; gold coined at
the Mint in 1833 and 1831, '36.
153; silver, quantity coined in
1834, id. ib.; copper, quantity
coined in 1831, id. ib.; value of
moneys coined at the Mint in 1831
and 1835, '37. 155; during 1836
and 1637,'39, 181; value of gold,
silver,
and
copper

coined at the same place, from 1816 to 1810, 42. 155.

of the United States, amount of, from 1792 to 1829, 32. 121. Coining-press invented, *29. 60:

press iutrocluced into England, il. ib. ; machinery, Bolton and Ilatt,

Soho, id. ib. Coining, punishment of death for,

abolished (2 W. IV. c. 31), 33. 130, 131 ; number of cases of, from 1833 to 1836, '38. 185 ; decrease of the crime of, in 1839, :41. 141; effect of the abolition of the punishment of death for, on

charges of, '42. 103. Coins, gift of, by George IV., to the

British Museum, -34. 183 ; Greek ditto, by R. P. Knight, Esq., id. ib.

Roman, discovered in digging for the foundations of the Royal Exchange, '42. 218.

Euglish, weights of, '29. 189; gold and silver, in 1510, their names and values, '37. 33.

foreign, silver and gold, au account of, and of their intrinsic and relative value (1829), *30.

102111. Coke, Edward, '31.72; 32. 59.

quantity of, produced by Gas Companies in London (1829), 29. ISI.

Col in mountains, what the word

siguifies, '33. 33.* Colborne, Sir John, his despatch from

Lower Canada quoted, '40. 253. Colchester, population of (1821),

29. 81; population and representation of, '33. 62.

Lord, his visit to the roads of the Highlands, :29. 81; dies,

30. 262. Colchicum, poisonous properties of,

and remedies against, -28. 122. Cold in London, '28..63.

intense, treatment of persons suffering from, '29. 125; often

produces scrofula, id. 120. Coldbath Fields, riot in, '31. 244,

215. Coleorton Railway Act, '34. 206 ;

railway, particulars of, '41. 72. Coleraine, Derry, population of

(1821), 29. 83 ; in 1821 and 1831, '31. 92; electors, number

of, in, in 1831, 37. 182. Coleridge, S. T., his allusion to the

nightingale, '29. 35; his reference to spring, '30. 39; dies, '35. 259.

Mr. Sergeant, appointed judge of the Court of King's Bench,

30. 210. Colosseum in the Regez t’s Park

learly completed, '28. 174. Collard, M. Roger de, president of

the French Chamber of Deputies,

29. 235. “ Collections of Histories," "32. 68. Collegiate Churches in England and

Wales, revenues of (1835), '36.

83. Collins, Dennis, attacks Wm. IV.

at Ascot, '33. 230; is convicted, aud his sentence commuted, id. 231.

W.,'31.76; 32. 61.

William, his case mentioned in the Lords, :40. 207; bis treat

meut again mentioned, '41.206. Cullis, Mr., architect of the “Kem

ble" tavern, Bow-street, 37. 242. Collision, laws of, Wallis, Huygens,

Wren, 29. 62. Colliion Row Improvement Act,

*35.219. Collyweston and West Hay Iuclo

sure Act, :42. 191,

Colman, George, 31. 76 ; '32. 62.

George, the younger, dies, '37. 110.

Mr. W. G., architect of Camberwell national schools, '41.

238. Culmworth Inclosure and Tithe Act,

33..267. Colne, population of (1821), '29.

81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33.

65; Small Debts Act, '42. 195. Colocotroni revolts in Greece, :28.

66; submits, id. ib.; is liberated, id. ib.; is imprisoned,,'34. 249; seniteuced to death, but imprisoned,

'35. 259. Colocynth, duty on (1832), '33. 191. Cologne and Aix-la-Chapelle Railway opened, '42..242.

water, duty on (1829), '30. 205. COLOMBIA. See COLUMBIA. Cjlonial accounts to be audited by

Commissioners for auditing the public accounts of Great Britain (2 W. IV. c. 26), '33. 128.

Club, '30. 160.

Governors, patents of, not to determine by demise of the crown (1 W. IV. c. 4), '32. 137.

- Passengers' Bill, committee on, '41. 208; Act repeals 9 G. IV. c. 21, and substitutes uther regulations (5 and 6 W.IV.c.53), '36. 126.

Se ary, Earl of Aberdeen, id. 239; Lord Goderich, 28. 69; '31. 240; Mr. Huskisson, 28.70;'29.234; Mr. Spring Rice, *35. 258 ; Mr. Stauley, '31. 243.

Secretary, vote of wa:t of confidence in, moved and with

drawn, :39. 203. Colonies, bishops to, meeting in favour of, '42. 238.

and foreign possessions of the British crown, dates of their acquisition, mode of government, population, imports and exports into and from the Uuited King. dom, and tonnage inwards and outwards (1831), 32. 104, 105.

petitions relating to, pre. sented in the session of 1835, their particular objects, and number of

signatures, :36. 212, 213; in session 1836, '37. 226, 227; in session 1837, 38. .215; in session 1837, 1838, '39. 216; in session 1839, '40. 219; in session 1840, '41. 223, 221; in session 1841,

42. 199. Colonies, slavery in, Act abolishing

and giving compensation to slave. owners (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 73), 34. 136-138; further Act relating to compensation (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 45), 36. 123, 124; further Act relating to same (6 W. Il. c. 5), '37. 1ll; further Act relat. ing to same (1 Vict. c. 3), '39. 143; Act amending same, as hours of labour, &c., &c. (1 Vict. c. 19), *39. 145–147.

trade of the, value of imports and exports into and from, in 1833, '37. 164.

European, in America, 28. 73. Colonization of South Australia, Act

for (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 95), '35.

163, 164. Colonna, '31. 72; Fabio, '32. 50 ;

Guido of, id. 54. Coloquintida, poisonous properties

of, and remedies against, '28. 118. Colour of leaves, principle of the,

30.44, 45; change of, in autumn, 29. 40, 41; remarks upon, 30.

41, 45. Coltner, or Coltness, and Wishaw

Railway, further Act, '35. 223;
Railway, account of, *37. 105;
'41. 68; further Act, '42. 197;
Coltness, Morningside, and Wil-

soustown Railway Act, id. ib. Colton, Rev. C. C., suicide of, '33.

229. Coltsfoot, sweet, '28. 32. Columbia, extent and population of,

in 1828, id. 73; republic of, its extent, population, president, capital, religion, revenue, debt, army, and nary, in 1828, 29. 74, 75; treaty with America, '28. 66; Grand National Convention opened, '29.236 ; insurrection at, id. 237; convention of, dissolved, id. 210; acknow. ledged by England, '31.61; Bolivar again president of, id. 234;

resigns the presidency of,'31.235; Mosquera elected president of, id.

236; conspiracy in, *31. 246. Columbia, new tariff, '30. 262.

Consul-General and Consuls to, where employed, and amount of their salaries (1828), '31. 183.

coals, quantity of, exportell to, in 1833, '35. 186 ; copper, quantity of, imported from, in 1833, '35. 179; cotton, quantity imported from, from 1831 to 1834, '36. 168; cotton goods, British, quantity and value of exports to, in 1833 and 1831, id. 16°'; in 1838, 40.182; quantity of rum exported to, in 1829, '31. 186; general exports to, value of, in 1828, id. 178; in 1830, 33. 180; in 1831, '31. 158; 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. 183; in 1840, 42. 163; value of imports from, and of exports of home produce, &c., and foreign and colonial merchandize to, in 1831, -31. 160.

district of (U.S.), its extent; population in 1800, 1810, and 1820, '32. 120; population of, in 1800, 1810, 1820, and 1830, and number of slaves in, in 1810,

1820, and 1830, '33. 90. Columbian bonds charged on to

bacco duties, '29. 241. Columbine, the, '28. 35. Columbo root, duty on (1832), '33.

191. Columbus discovers America, '29.

59; variation of compass, :29.62. Columella, '31. 05; '32. 52. Columnar rocks, Wernerian princi

ple of, alluded to, '29. 39; Colo

nel Imrie's observations on, il. ib. Colutea arborescens, 29. 64. Coluthus, 31. 65; 32. 50. Cometographia referred to,'35.7*, S. Combertou Inclosure Act, '40. 211. Combination to raise wages, injurious efiects of, to workmen, '34.58.

of workmen in Paris, '34. 249.

laws, when repealed, '34. 57.

Combinations, committee on, '39.

201. Combmartin and Bratton Down

Road Act, '39. 213. Combermere, Lord, besieges Bhurt.

pore, '28. 67. Comets, dissertations on, '29. 18–

27 ; '33. 5–15; derivation of the word, '29. 18; former signification and present application of the word, '33. 5 ; appearance of, formerly created alarm, '28. 21; anathematized by Pope Calixtus III., '33. 7; superstition concerning their portent, '29. 9; superstitious fears coucerning, id. 18; ancient superstition concerning, '33. 0,7; needless alarms concerning, id. 10, 11; absurd superstition of their creating hot weather, id. 11; why more seen in hot weather, id. 1l; our ignorance what they are, or for what purposes they serve, '29. 20; and of their size and quantities of matter, id. 26 ; their transparency, '33. 10; their diminished and die minishing brilliancy, id. 14; tails of, observations on, il. 15; their appearance through the telescope, 29. 26; are one of the three classes of stars, 29. 19; fear of collision in crossing the orbit of the earth considered, id. 27; comets of 1577, id. 20; of various years, id. 20—24; remarkable difference between, and planets, al. 25; Scripture interpretations of the appearance of, observed on, '33. 11; elements of the orbits of Halley's, Encke's, and Biela's, '33. 15; ephemeris of the, for 1832, '32. 19; Dr. Halley the first who ascertained that they were regular bodies, obeying the regular laws of matter, '29. 20; Kepler's conjectures concerning, id. 21; Newton, his conclusions on their orbits, id. 20; Tycho Brahé, the first astronomer who entertained a decidedly rational opinion on, i. 20; alluded to by Shakspere, id. 19; and by Milton,

id, ib. 20. Comfits, duty on (1832), '33. 191.

Commines, Philip de, '31. 71 ; '32.

67. Commander-in-chief, the Duke of

Wellington, '28. 69, 70. Commandino, F., '32. 35. “ Commentary on the Bible," "32.

47; “ Commentary on the Law,"

id, ib. “ Commentary on the Pentateuch,"

id. ib. " Comments on Aristotle," "32. 50. Commerce, restrictions on, their evil tendency, '35. 104–Hi.

of the United States, particulars relating to, '32. 123 131.

treaty of, between Bngland and America, '31. 55; between Britain and Denmart; 28. 66; between Great Britain and Holland, '39. 248; treaties of, with the States of South America,

28. 66. Commercial assurances, observations on, '28. 126-128.

- Buildings, Leeds, completion of, '30. 239.

calculations, on the use of small tables of logarithms in, and on the practicability of decimal coinage, by A. de More gan, '41. 5-21.

distress, '28. 67; of 1825, '33. 108, 109.

insurance, observations on, '28. 126-128.

league. See Prussia.

legislation, defective state of, in Great Britain, '41. 117.

Philanthropic Institution, '31. 138. « Commercial Power of Eogland,"

by M. Dupin, referred to, »29. 183.

Railway Act, '37.223; Extension Act, '40. 217 ; Rail. way, particulars of, '41. 78.

Road Railway Bill, *29. 182.

Road Stoneway, jmprovement at the, '31. 227, 228; plan of the same, id. ib.

- Travellers' Society, '30. 148.

Commissary Court, Scotland, Abo

lition Act (6&7 W.IV. c. 41),

37. 122. Commissions, average annual er

pense of, for each of the six years ending 1830 and 1836, 138. 196.

of bankruptcy, number of, sealed, opened, &c. from 1816

to 1826, '28. 170.$95 Commissioners of the Bankruptcy

Court, six appointed (1 & 2 W.

IV. c. 56), '32. 161. Commitments, by courts of equity,

regulated (11 G. IV. c. 36), '3L 151.

centesimal proportion of convictions to, for offences before and after the abolition of capital punishment in certain cases, '38. 186, 187; centesimal proportion of convictions to, '41.

193. Committals, number of in London and Middlesex, in . 1820 and 1826, "29. 97; for trial, number of, in England and Wales (1826), *29. 89; in England, Wales, and Ireland, in the years 1827 and 1828, '30. 215; committals in England and Wales in 1829, '31. 193; in England and Wales, in 1830, '32. 163; in each year from 1826 to 1832, '34. 62; in 1832, '31. 171; for seven years ending 1833, '35. 188; number of in London and Middlesex, in 1832, '34. 64; number of, and for what offences, in England and Wales, in each year, from 1825 to 1834, '36. 40–42; for trial, number of, in England and Wales, in each of the seven years ending 1817, 1824, and 1831, '33. 186; average annual number in England and Wales, '40. 110; under the same laws, from 1827 to 1830, mmber of, '32. 183; for felony, to the New Bailey, Salford, from 1809 to 1827, '29. 200; number of, in Ireland, and for what offences, in each year from 1828 to 1834, 36. 35, 56; number of, in Scotland, in 1834, '36. 31.

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Commodus; '28. 54.. Common appearance, when to be entered, '28. 156.

bail, when to be put in, '28. 156.

-jasmine, '29. 65.

lands, Act to facilitate the exchange of (4 W.IV. c.30), '35. 136, 137; power : of granting, in certain cases, without the .consent of the homage, '42. 137.

Law Commission appointed, 29. 236; courts, fees in, regulated (1 W. IV. c. 58), ''31. 153; abolition of offices in, and establishment of others, Act for (7 W, IV.& 1 Vict. c. 30), '38. 139, 140.

Pleas, Court of, expenses of, in 1836, 38. 187,

Pleas, Lancaster, regu"lated (1 W. IV. c. 7), '32. 137,

138. Commons, House of, largest number of members of present on divisious, from 1806 to 1831, '34.

176.

smaller Europeau States, from

1699 to 1828, '29. 54. Comparative classification of poti.

tions and private Bills, in 1825, 1826, apd. 1827, '28. 161; for: four years, from 1825 to 1828, 29. 179; for five years, from 1825 to 1829, '30. 230; for six years, from 1825 to 1830, '31. 209; for seven years, from 1825 to 1881, '32. 213; for eight years, from 1825 to 1832, '33. 208.

of private Bills for nine years, from 1825 to 1833, '34. 201.; for ten years, from 1825 to 1834, '35. 216; for ten years, from. 1826 to 1835, '36. 205; for ten years, from 1827. to 1836, '37. 216; for ten years, from 1828 to 1837, 38. 207.; for ten years, from 1829 to 1837-8, '39. 208; for ten years, from 1830 to 1839, '40. 210; for ten years, from 1831 to 1840,'41.213.

estimate of the amount of animate and inanimate forco. applied_to agriculture and the arts, in France and Great Britain, 29. 86.

scales of thermometers, '30, 90,92.

statement of the ages of persons in Great Britain in 1821,

"28. 82. Compass, deviation of, Barlow, '29.

variation of, discovered, 28. 59; variation of, Columbus, '29. 62..

mariners', first mentioned, 28. 57. “Compendium of the Talmud," '3.2.

47. Compensating pendulum,. the, de...

scribed, '42. 28, Compensation, for hurt or damage, power to award, '40. 155.

for slaves in the British Colonies, total amount and average rate of, '39. 191..

to Welsh Judges and Chief Justice of Chester (1. 1. IV. c. 70), '31. 165.

balance for chrono meters invented by Le Roy, 42.--44; the same described, id. 48. .

62;

list of the first reformed (1833), '33. 234-243. " Commutation Act," the, '31. 124;

passed, '31. 124; '32. 37. Commutation of sentences, and for

what punishments, in England

and Wales, in 1834, '36. 45. Comoid cirrhus cloud, '30.80; fore

bodes rain, id. 84. Compact, the Family, '31. 52. Companies? private Bills (1831), '34. 214.

Act for enabling the * Crown to grant the privilege of suing, and being sued by their officer or officers. (4 & 5 W. IV.

c. 94), '35. 162, 163.. Comparative amount of crime in

England and France (1826), '29. 88-90.

Chronological Table of European monarchs, from the time of Egbert the Great of Eng. land, from the year 800 to 1828, 29. 47-54; of the smaller: European States, from 1699 to 1828, id. 54; of the sovereigns of the

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