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1821 to 1830, quantities taken for home consumption and exportation, stock remaining, and prices at clove of each year, '32. 133; import, export, and home consumption of, 1830, '32. 180; quantity imported, entered for home consumption, and exported, and amount of duty received on same, from 1821 to 1833, 35. 78; imports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 163; import and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 187; the same in 1838, '40. 179; the same in 1839, '41. 186; the same in 1840, '42. 159; quantity exported in 1833 and 1834, '36. 156; ex: ports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 182; cotton and sheep's wool imported, amount of duty on, in 1830, 1831, and 1832, '34. 164; Cotton Wool Duty Reduction Act (3 W. IV. c. 10), '34. 107; produce of additional duties on (1840 and 1841), '42. 153; value of, sold at India Company's

sales in 1834 and 1835, '36. 171. COTTON Twist. See COTTON, Ex

PORTS of. COTTON YARn. See COTTON, Es

PORTS of. Cotton Factories Regulation Act amended (10 G. IV. c. 51),

labour in, regulated (1 & 2 W. IV. c. 39), '32. 159.

number of in the United Kingdom, and number and ages of persons employed therein, in 1835, '36. 181, 182. See further, FACTORIES.L."

spinuers, average weekly wages of, at Glasgow, from 1823 to 1833, '34. 52; at Manchester,

in 1804, 1814, and 1833, '34. 53. Cotton and Flax MANUFACTURERS,

allowances to See SOAP. Cottons and hosiery, value of, ex

ported in 1827, '28. 167." Cotton End Road Act, '39. 213.

and Newport Pagnel Road Act, '40. 216. Council, President of the, Marquis

of Lansdowne, '31. 240; Duke of Portland, '28. 69, 70

Councillors under the Municipal.

Corporations Act, their duty, &c., '36. 96_99; see also, Abstract of

the Act,.id. 132-144.2 ni Coundou Inclosure Act, '42. 192. Connsel to prisoners indicted for

felony, Act for allowing (6 & 7

W.IV.c. 114), '37. 147. : Counterfeit coin, offences and pu.

nishment (2 W. IV. c. 31), 33.

130, 131, Countervailing duties, or excise on

spirits, compounds, &c., between England, Scotland, and Ireland, scale of amount of (6&7 W.Iti

c. 72), '37. 134. 1? Counties, size of the several, in

England, in English square miles, '28. 78.

- Divisions of, Amendment Act (6 W. IV. c. 12), '37. 113.

detached parts of, Act for the administration of justice ia

(2 & 3 Vict. c. 82), '40. 162. Country banks, aggregate amount

of notes stamped for the years 1922 to 1826, both inclusive, 28.

165. Country bank notes, amount of

stamped in the three years ending January 5th, 1830, '31. 172; account of value of, stamped in eacla year, from 5th January, 1826, to 5th January, 1833, 34. 1533 number stamped in 1834, compared with 1833 and 1832, '36. 154; number of, stamped in 1835, in Great Britain and Ireland, '37. · 167. Country comunissioners in bank.

ruptcy (1 & 2 W. IV. C. 56),

32. 162.
“ Country Ships," '31. 123.
Country and District Constables

Act (2 & 3 Vict. c. 93.), '40. 164;
further Act (3 & 4 Vict. c. 88),

'41. 165.
County Courts Bill considered in

Committee, '42. 177.
County electors, number of, in Eng-
Jand according to the registries of
1834 and 1835, '37. 181.

Lunatic Asylums Amendment Act (9 G. IV. c. 40), *29. 166. ito

'30. 188;

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County-rates and poor rates, amount

of, devied by assemment, in each county of England and Wales, in the year ending. March 25th, .1826, distinguishing the anjount levied on laud, dwelling-bouses, mills, factories, and manorial profits, '28. 171 ; amount of money's levied in England and Wales, in the year ending March 27th, 1827, distinguishing payments made thereout for other purposes than the relief of the poor,' &c., *29. 198.

rates, and funds in aid there. of, Act to regulate. the .expenditure of (4 & 5W.IV. C. 48), :35. 146.2

-rates, expenditure of, ir England and Wales, for i 1792-and 1832, '37. 176. Coupar Angus, and Newlyle Rail

way, particular of, '41.174. · Courier, P. L., '32. 69. Couring, '31. 12. Courland, conquered by Peter the Great, '28. 61. Court of Chancery Bill rejected,'37. 205.

· martial on Captain Dickinson, '30. 264.

of Requests prisoners, expenses of,'34. 172.

of Session (Scotland) Bill, : rejected, '37. 213. Courton, Sir William, allowed a

licence to trade to India, 32.

26. Courtenay, Sir William (Thom),

1 riot at Boughton, '39..250. “ Courtier," the, '32. 55. Courtown Harbour Act, '31: 212. Courts Martial, powers of, .in cer.

tain cases, defined (1.W.IV..C. : : 15), '32.1138.

clauses in the Coer. cion Act repeated, '35. 142.

of justice, expenses, of, in 1834, 1835, and 1836, 237. 152; in 1836, '38. 187; in the year ended 5th January, 1841, 242.

150.. Courvoisier, executed :cfor. murder,

41. 254. . Cove, Cork, population of (1821),

"29. 83; in 1821 and 1831, 134.

90. Covent Garden Market, new, com

menced, '30. 241 ; completion.of, and description of, '31. 220,-21.

Theatre, fire at, 29. 246; meeting of performers, cre• ditors, &c., of, '30. 264.

Theatrical Fund, 30. 147. Coventry, population of (1821), -29.

81; population and representation of, '33. 74; postage collected, at, in 1832 and 1833, . '35. . 192; amount collected at in 1832, 1833, and 1834, 36. 179; same in 1835, '37. 178; same in 1836, '38. 196; Bame in 1837, '39. 196 ; church at, in progress, '42. 206.

to Allesley, new road opened (1831), '32. 334.

and Warwick Roads:Act, 42..169.

street to be continued to Long-Acre, :40. 162; Act i for same, '42. 126. Cowbridge, population of, '33. 80. Cowes, West (Northwood), popula

tion of, '33. 63. Cowley, A., '31. 72; '32: 60, Cowley, rental of the parish of

(1829), '29. 85. Cowper, Douglas, dies, '41. 138. Cowper, William, '31. 76 ; '32. 62;

his description of the trees of . spriug, -28. 34. Cowopox, death from, within the

Bills of Mortality, in 1827, 229. 110. See VACCINATION. Cows and oxen, exports of, value of,

in 1834 and 1835, 37. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, and. 1837 *39. 183; number of, imported from Ireland, in 1801 and 1825, 4:34. 162; quantity and value of, exported from Irelaud iu 1825

and 1835, 39. 188. Cowslip, the, 28. 34. Cox, a convict, nearly executed by

mistake of the Recorder, '34. 246, Coxe, Rev. W. death of, .29. 240. Crabbe, Mr., dies, '33. 229. -12 Cracovia, ils 'extent and population

iu 1828, '28. 70.

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Cracow, republic of, ito attent po Creditors; payment -of (Sootlaad),

pulation, ruler, capital, religion, continuance Act (40 G. IV; c. revenue; and army, in 1828, 29. -11), 30. 173.com :72, 73 ; extent.and population of Creech St. Michael sand: Chard (1831), '33. -64; population of Canal Act,'35. 27351 (1836), -36. 107; number of Jews Creeper, Virginian, 29. 67.7! iu (1829), '30. 100; occupied by Crelle, Ch. G., dies, 36. 108,

the Russians and Austrians, '37. Crescenibini, G. M., :31..74; 132 253; occupation of, commented 67.-1.1 on in parliament, '37. 193.. Cresconius, '31. 66; 32.-54. Cragg, church lat, intended, 38. Cressy, pence of, '31. 46.** 219., lisa!

Creuzé de Lesser, Baron, dies, 41. Craggan Bridge, destruction of, '31. - 137. 228.

Crevier, '31. 77; '32. 69. Craig Enachie, damage of tbe bridge Crewe and Chester, Railway Act, t'of, ?31. 228; progress of new :'38. 212; Creve and Chester bridge, '34. 238.

Railway, with Grand Junction Crail, population of, 133. 84. Railway, Act for incorporating Crakenball Enclosure,"?34. 203. Aots, 41:220; Crewe Aid ChesCramp produced by excessive spirit ter Railway, particulars of, '41. drinking, 29. 123.

78,192.1991 Cranberries, duty on (1829), '30. | Crewkerne, population of, '33, 71. 204; (1832), 33. 191.

Criccieth,

population of, '33. 79. Cranborn Chase . Disfranchisement Crichton Royal Institution Act, {41. ...Bill, 29. 180.

1,223; Cranhrooke, population of, '33. 64.

Colonel, his disapproval of Cranfield Inclosure. and. Tithe Act, the conduct of Mr. Nixon, 14%. '38. 808.2011

212. fpicis Cranford, rental..of the parish of Cricket, bearth, -29.43. (1829), '29. 85, :* :

Cricklade, population and · repreBridge Road Act, '42. sentation of, '33. 75.

Crieff, population of, id. 86. Cranston Hill Waterworks Purchase Crime, moral influence of education Act, '39.212.

and of civilization in general on Crape and crape shawls, import and the diminution of, '29. 96; in

export of, in 1833 aud. 1834, 236. crease of, not proved by the dum170 ; see further; SILK MANUFAC ber of commitale, id. 96; propor. TURES. 471

tionate increase and deorease of Crassus, M., :28. 53; in Syria,''28. classes oi, in 1837, 1838, and :53; is slain, id pibe.

1839, '41. 111, 112; comparative Cratægus Azarolus, 29. 65; coc view of the state of, in the agricinea, id. ib.

cultural and manufacturing disCratinus, :28. 51.

tricts, :40. 137-139; state, of, Cream of tartar, duty on (1832), facts relating to, id.-109_130; .'33. 191,

decrease of, in regard to violence, Creation of the world, 28. 49; -wa with the amelioration of the law :rious opinions as to the period of shown, id. 130m-139; 41. 110the, '30. 12.

116; increase of in 1840 as comCrebillon, 31. 75; "32. 68.

pared with 1839, 42 100; proCrediton, population of (1821), 29. portion of offenders to population

i 81; in 2811, 1821, and 1831, '33. of each county in England and ; 60; Improvement Act, '37. 219. Wales (1831), 36. 44; number

and Exeter Railway Act, - of persons committed, convicted, '33. 211, railway, partioulana of, sentenced, acquitted, &c., from 41. 72.45

...1821 to 1827, 228, 170; state of,

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in the metropolis in 1833, '35. 188; in the United Kingdom (1831), '36. 38–64; official statement of the state of, in 1834 and 1835, in England and Wales,'37. 174, 175; in 1836, '38.163—186; in 1837, '89. 90, 91; in 1837, id. 90–96; in 1838, '40. 130_ 139; in 1839, '41. 110-116; statistics of, in England and Wales in 1839, id. ib.; in 1810, '42. 100 -106; number of committals to the New Bailey, Salford, for felony, from 1809 to 1827, 29. 200 ; state of in Great Britain and Ire. land (1832), '34.61–67; relative proportion of, in several agricultural and manufacturing counties, '42. 100; in Scotland, particulars relating to, in 1832, '34. 65, 66 ; in England and Scotland, state of, in 1834, compared, '36. 54; Ireland, particulars relating to in, in 1831 and 1832, '34. 66, 67; comparative amount of, in England and France (1826), '29. 88–90; in England and France, state of, '36. 59–62; statistics of, in France, '35.39—59; relative state of, in Vaud, Geneva, Pennsylvania, England, France, and Spain, '29. 99-101. See further, CRIMINALS; CRIMINAL LAW; Op.

FENDERS. Crimea, under the Turks, '28. 59;

independent of the Porte, id. 62; '31.53; taken by Russia, '28. 62;

given to Russia, '31. 53. “Crimes and Punishments, Treatise

on," '32. 57. Criminal law, defective condition of,

shown by the number of capital offences (1834), '36. 46.

Act for improving the, '28. 129, 130; committals, acquittals, convictions, and executions, number of in England and Wales in 1830, '32. 183 ; number of persons charged with criminal offences, committals, convictions, sentences, &c., in England and Wales, in each of the seven years ending 1817, 1824, and 1831, '33. 186; in England and Wales, in 1832, 34, 171 ; 1819, 1826, and

1833, '35. 187; returns for 1834 and 1835, showing the decrease of crime, number of persons tried, &c. &c., '37. 174, 175 ; for 1836, showing the increase of crime over 1835, &c., '38. 183—186 ; petition for amelioration of, '34. 187; criminal tables for England and Wales (1837), '39. 90; for 1838, '40. 130--139. See further,

CRIME; CRIMINALS; OFFENDERS. Criminal laws (Ireland) Acts, "29. 161.

- offences, number of persons charged with, in England, Wales, and Ireland, in 1827 and 1828, 30. 215.

prosecutions, expenses of, in 1834, 1835, and 1836, '37. 152.

tables for England and Wales (1837), '39. 90–96; for

1838, '40. 130—139. Criminals, number of in each county

in England and Wales (1834), '36.41; average number of, annually in prison, '40. 110 ; ages of, in England and Wales, in 1834, '36. 48 ; tried in 1837, 1836, and 1835, '39. 95 ; from 1835 to 1839, '41. 116; centesimal proportions of the ages of, in 1831, 1835, and 1836, '38. 186 ; centesimal proportions of at several ages, in 1836, 1837, and 1838, :40. 136 ; ages of, comparative, in agricul. tural and manufacturing districts, '42. 105; relapsed, ages of, in 1832, '35. 53; proportionate ages of males and females in 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839, and 1840, '42. 106; ages of in France, from 1826 to 1832, '35. 50, 51; relapsed, number of in France, from 1827 to 1832, id. 52; education of criminals, state of, '38. 186 ; state of, in 1838, 1837, and 1836, '40. 136; state of, 1837 and 1636, '39. 96; in 1836, 1837, 1838, and 1839, 41. 116; in 1839, '42. 106; education given to in France, 1828 to 1832, '35.56. See further, CRINE;

CRIMINAL LAW; OFFENDERS. Crimson Epacris, '31. 39.

Styphelia, id. 43.

Cripps Corner and St. Leonard's | Crown debts, Act to protect parRoad Act, '40.216.

chasers against (2 Vict. c. 11), Criticism : Letter of Mr. Charles '40. 143, 144. Knight, on the attack upon the

demise of, not to determine Penny Magazine in the New certain offices, commissions, &c. Monthly Magazine, '34.250; i. ii. &c. (1 W. IV. c. 4, and I w. "Croce Racquistata, La," '32. 56. IV. c. 6), '32. 137; demise of, Crocus, the, '28. 32; '29. 31.

Act appointing Lords Justices in Cromarty, population of, '33. 87; case of, and successor absent (7

see also Ross and CROMARTY ; W. IV. and i Vict. c. 72), '38. Harbour Improvement Act, '35.

153, 154. 123.

- hereditary revenues of the, Crombie, Dr. Alexander, dies, '41. surrendered (1 W.IV. c. 25), '32. 138..

14%. Cromford and High Peak Railway, lands, revenue of, for year

details of the progress of, to 1829, ending January 5, 1828, '29. 184; '30. 248-250; account of, '37. net produce of, in the year end92; '41.64.

ed 10th October, 1838, '39. 175; Crommeliv Harbour Act, '31. 212. the same in years ended 10th Cromwell, '28. 60.

October, 1838 aud 1839, 40. Sir Thomas, his injunc 170; same in years ended 10th tions to the clergy referred to, '37. October, 1839 and 1840,'41.178; 63.

same in years ended 10th Octo Crop week, '28. 12.

ber, 1840 and 1811, '42. 152; gross Crops, character of in each year, &c., income of, in the year ended 5th from 1828 to 1837, '39, 87,

January, 1811, id. 149; Revenue Crosby Hall, restoration of, account Consolidation Act, 10 G. IV. c. of, '37. 244.

50, '30. 188; inclosure of, for the Cross, Mr., removes bis menagerie employment of the poor (1 and 2

to the Surrey Zoological Gardens, W. IV. c. 59), '32. 167. '33. 214, 215.

revenues of, pawned, id. 81. Cross House Floating Bridge Act,

(Austria), its value, &c., '35, 219.

(1829), '30. 102; (Basle), its vaCross Quarter-days, '28. 12.

lue, &c. (1829), '30. 109; balf Cross Stone, Church building at, do., do., id. ib.; (Bavaria), its va'35. 227.

lue, &c.(1829), '30. 103; English, Croase, Mr., his tables of the elec weight of, *28. 165; '29. 189;

tricity of the atmosphere quoted, (Lombardo-Venetian), its value, 39. 18,

&c. (1829), '30. 105; half do.,do., Crossford Bridge Act, '35. 221; 37. id. ib.; of 10 paoli (Papal States), 222.

value of, &c. (1829), id. 106; Cross-leaved Pimelæa, '31. 42.

(Piedmont), its value, &c. (1829), Crossleys, Messrs., their gasome

id. 108; half do., do., id. ib.; quar. ters at the Post office, '30. 235. ter do., do., id. ib.; eighth dog ico Crotalaria cordifolia, '31. 38; pul ib.; new do., do., id. ib.;(Sardinia),

chella, id. ib.; purpurea, id. ib. its value, &c. (1829), id. 108; half Croton oil, poisonous properties of, do., do., id. ib.; quarter do., doo,

and remedies against, '28. 119. id.ib.; new do., do., id. ib.; (Sa. Croup, deaths from, within the Bills voy), its value, &c. (1829), id.

of Mortality in 1827, '29. 110. ib.; half do., do., id. ib.; quare Crowan, population of, '33. 59. ter do., do., id. ib.; eighth do., do., Crowea saligoa, '31. 38.

ich ib.; new do., do., id. ib. ; (SiCrowfoot, the, *28. 34. *;

cily), its value, &c. (1829), ich ib.; Crown,' clerk of the, in chancery, (Soleure), its value, &c. (1829), office abolished, '34. 175..

id. 109; (Spain), its value, &c.

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