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(1829), 29. 109; (Tuscany), its value, &c. (1829), id. 110; of the Cross (Venice) its value, &c. (1829), ed. 26.; (Zurich), its va. lue, &c. (1829), ich 109; half-do.

do., id. ib. Crown imperial flower, 28. 33.

Point Bridge Act, '41. 217.

tove, why so called, '37. 33. Crovas, number of, 'coined at the

Mint, from 1816 to 1840, '42.

153. See further, CorNAGE. Croydon, population of (1821), "29.

81; in 1811, 1821 and 1831, '33. 73; lighting, &c., Act, '30. 231; RAILWAYS; Croydon Railway Act, '36. 209; Amendment, &c., Act, '37. 224; further Act, '39. 211; Amendment Act, '40. 217 : further Act, '41. 221 ; railway, opening of, and full particulars relating to, '40. 89-92, 258; railway, further account of, '38. 62; '41. 72; Croydon, Merstham, and Godstone Iron Railway Com. pany Dissolution Act, '40. 217;

Croydon, Merstham, and God. stone Railway, account of, '37.

86; 11. 62. “Croçland, History of," '32. 58. Crozier, Captain, explores the South

Pole, '42. 238. Crucifixion, the, 28. 34. Cruelty to Animals Society for the

prevention of,:'30. 151; Act consolidating and amending laws relatiug to 75 and 6 W. IV. c. 59), '36. 127, 128 ; 'Act extending provisions of to Ireland (7.-W.

IV. and 1Vict. c. 66), '38. 151. Crumlin Road Act, '36. 209. Crusade against the Albigenses, "28. - 57.

Crusade, History of the first," "32. : 66. Crusade, valuo of, "28. 165. Crusades, 28.57. “ Crusades, History of the,” '32. 66. Crusaders take Constantinople, "28. -57; '30. 98; conquer Ptolemais,

28. 57. Crastacea, directions for taking and

preserving, for collections, '38.23,

24. Cruzada (Portugal), its value, &c.

(1829), '30. 107; new do. do.,

id. ib. «Crystallography," 32. 69. Crystal, duty on (1829), '30. 201. Crystals of water composing mow

and boar frost magnified, '29. 28. Ctesias, '28. 81; 31. 64; '32. 48. Ctesibius, toothed wheels, clocks,

*29. 60. Cuba discovered, '30. 93; 28:89; earthquake at, '28. 68; value of export of British produce, &c., to, in 1830, '33. 180; in 183), '34. 158; in 1827, 1830, 1833, 1834, and 1835, '37. 160; in 1836, '98. · 174 ; in 1836 and 1837, 39. 190; in 1838, -40. 181; in 1839, '41. 188; in 1840, . !42. : 163; copper, quantity of, imported from, in 1833, '35. 179 ; sugat, quantity imported from, in 1834, '36. 170. See further, WEST IN

DIES, Cubebs, duty on (1832), '33. 191. Cubic or solid measure, '28. 101.) Cubic equations, 29. 55; Tartalea

of Brescia, '29, 55; Cardan, '28.

55. Cubic nitre, see NrTIE. Cubitt, Mr. W., engineer of the

sluice and bridge at Lowestoft, '30. 248; of the Lowestoft New Hare bour, '32. 234; of the Suspension Bridge, &c., at Wormwood Scrubbs, '40. 249; his works on the Norwich and Lowestoft Navi. gation described, 29.-225; his use of sheet or close piling, '34. 227.

- Mr. Lewis, architect of new houses at Paddington, '42. 205. Cuckoo, the, '28. 34-36; 29.35;

general period of its singing, '30. 39.

pint, poisonous properties of, and remedies against, 328.

119, Cuddalore taken by the French,

32. 26. Cudworth, R., '31. 72; 32. 60. Cueva, Juan de la, '32.70. Cujacius, Jas., '31.71; 32. 167. Culex pipiens, '29.44. Culbum Bridge Road Act,'12. 196. Culices, '29. 29.

on

Callen, population of, '93. 82 Culloden, battle of, '28. 61. Callumia ciljaris, '31. 88. Callumpton, population of, '33.-60. Cully, Robert, a policeman, stabbed,

and inquest on, '34.245;'verdict of jury quashed, id. ib. ;..inquest on, and the setting aside of the verdict,

mentioned in parliamento ich 195. Culm, battle of, "28. 64. I.

duty on (1829), '30. 202; 1833, '31. 166; quantity of, ex. ported, and amount of duty

same in 1830, 1831, and .1832, 134, 166; imported into the port of London, and duty on, in same years, id. ib. See further,

Coals. Culross, population of, '33. 86. Cultivated, uncultivated, and un

profitable land in the United Kingdom, general statement of

(1829), '29. 90. Cumas, '31. 78; '32.752. *Cumberland, extent and population

of, and number of sessions, magis trates, and parishes in, 28. 78; population of, and of the princi pal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831 ; value of real property in, and its representation, '33...60; summary of same in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 88; the same in 1841, 42. 107; population of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and rincrease per cent., id. 109; extent of, in acres, '34. 84; difference of time between the principal towns in, and. London, 31. 15; bastards, number of, born in, in 1830, 34. 88; : number of, in .1835 and 1837, '38. 192; charity property, income of, in (1831), '35. 191; rental of charities and income of scbools.in, "36. 175; county electors; dumber of, in, in 1834 and 1835, :37. - 181; EDUCATION : Proportion per cent. of persons married in the :year endad June 1840 who could vrite, '42. 171; excise licences issued and public-houses rin, number. ;of (1831), 32. 185.; families, number of, in, and bow

employed in 1811, 2891, and .1831, 134. 86, 87; houses, bum. ber of, in, in 1801, 1811, 1821,and 1831, 34, 84, 85; number of inhabited, uninbabited, and build. ing, in 1841, '42. 107; jurors in, in 1835, '37.. 175; lunatics and paupers, proportion of, to population in 1837, 38..193; marriages, buildings registered for 80lemuization of (1840), '41. 199; proportion of persons married under 21 years of age, in the year ended June 1840, '42. 171; OCcupations of persons in (1831), :35. 74,75 ; offenders in, and proportion of, to population (1897),

39. 90; RATES, amount of poor and county rates levied in, in 1826, 29. 197 ; the same .for. 1827, and account of its expend. iture, id. 198; amount of poor. rate levied in, from March 1827, to March 1828, and expenditure of same, '30. 216; from March 1828 to March 1829, '31. 195 ; for year ending 25th March, 1839, '32. 184; for year ending 25th March, 1831, '33. 187; -expended on the poor in year ending Easter 1832, 34. :174; amount levied and expenditure for.year ending 25th March, 1833, '35. 169;, for the year ending 25th March, 1834, '36. 174; the same for the yegge ending 25th Marcb,. 1834, 1836, and 1637, '38. 188; de crease of same in 1837 compared with. 1834, id. 190; proportion of paupers

relieved to the population iu 1839 and 1840, 42. 168. SAVINGS BANKS, friendly. wand charitable societies, amount of deposits, and accounts in (1831), '32. 102; Savings Banks, average amounts deposited in, and proportion of depositors to the popu. lation of (1835), '37. 72; state of, on 20th November, 1837, 39. 134 ; Savings Banks, friendly societies, and charitable institutions,

number of, and of depositors, and žamount of deposits in, in Novem ber 1836, 38. .193.; on 20th * November, 1838, '40. 189; on

20th November, 1839, '41. 194; Cupar, Fise, population of (1821), on 20th November, 1840, 42. :29. 83 ; in 1811, 1821, and 166 ; SCHOOLS, endowed, unen 1631, '33. 84 ; Courts Act, '36. dowed, and Sunday, in, in 1818, 209 29. 91; unendowed day-schools Angus, &c., Railway Act, in, in 1818 and 1828, 29. 93; '36. 210. • number of Sunday and other

and Newtyle Railway furChurch of England schools in, ther Act, '39. 214; Railway, and of scholars in same (1832), particulars of, '41. 74. '33. 120; TAXES : amount of Cupressus disticha, 29. 65; Lasi. land and assessed taxes of, in tanica, id. ib.; sempervirens, id. 1829, '31. 172; house-tax, in ib. babited houses assessed to, and Curaçoa taken by the Dutch, "28. rental of same, for year ending 60. 5th April, 1830, • '32. 106, 107; “Curaçoa" steam-ship, its passage turnpike trusts, their extent and between Holland and the Dutch income in (1834),'35. 192; trusts West Indies, '39. 99.' in, and income and expenditure Curates, number of, and amount of of same in 1834, '37. 177; the their incomes in England and same, and length of the roads in Wales in. 1831, '34. 178; num1839, '42. 122 ; tolls received in, bers and stipends of, in each die in 1834 and 1839, id. 118; ocese of England and Wales wages in, in 1796, '34. 38; (1835), '36. 84. coals and cinders entered coast Curbridge Inclosure Act, '39. wise, and duty thereon, in 1829, 210. 31. 190.

Curius Dentatus defeats Pyrrbus, Cumberlaud Benevolent Institution, 28 52. '30. 159.

Curl cloud, '30. 80, 81.
Market, opening of, Curr, bridge of, destruction of, '31.
31. 222.
Tree, '31. 38.

Currant, the, '28. 32–37.
Duke of, Grand Mas-

hawthorn, '29. 66. ter of the Orangemen of the Currants, duty on (1829), '30. 204; United Kingdom, '29. 244; pre import and home consumption sides at an Orange Lodge, '36. of, in 1828, '31. 173; in 1830, '33. 248; censure on, '36. 199, 200; 176; '32. 177; in 1831,'34. 154; succeeds as King of Hanover, '38. the same, and duty on, in 1837, 246.

'39. 184; the same in 1838, '40. Prince George of, 176; the same in 1839, '41. 183; elected K.G., '36. 247.

the same and gross duty on, in soi-disant Princess of, 1840, '42. 156; produce of ad. dies, '36. 108.

ditional duties on (1840 and Cumberland, R. '31. 76 ; '32. 62. 1841), id. 153.

See further, Cumbernauld, population of, '33. FRUITS. 83,

Currency, abstracts of documents Cumming, Mr., action brought relating to, and prrticulars of, '28.

against, by Lord de Ros, '38. 244. 165; '29. 189; '31. 172 ; '32. Cumulostratus, '30. 63; foreruns 176 ; '33. 174, 175; '34. 151– rain or snow, id. 85.

154; '35. 171, 172; '36. 153, Cumulus, '30. 81.

154; '37. 155-159; '38. 171Cunningham, William, '37. 23 ; 173; '39. 180—182; '40. 174, his works, id. 37.

175; '41. 180-182 ; '42. 154, Cundy, Mr. T., architect of St. 155. Paul's Church, Knightsbridge,

Acts repeal debated, '31. '42. 210.

206. See BANK OF ENGLAND;

228.

COINCOINAGE ;.. COUNTRY anded 10th October, 1832 and

BANKS, COUNTRY BANK NOTES 1833, 34. 148; the same for the Currents of air, how caused, 28. year ended 10th October, 1834,

17; shown by the hygrometer, $35. 166; in 1834 and 1835, *28. 19,

'36. 151; in years ended 10th Curtesy, tenancy, by the, discon October, 1835 and 1836, '97: tinued in certain

cases, '42.

153; same in years 1836 and 136.

1837, '38. 170; the same in Curtilage, definition of, '28. 132. 1837 and 1838, '39. 175; the Curtisia faginea, '31. 38.

same in years 1838 and 1839, Curves, Algebra, Descartes, '29.66. '40. 170; the same in 1839 and Curwen, Mr., his proposal of amount 1810, '41. 178; the same in the of corn-duty, '39. 81.

years ended 10th October, 1810, Cuss, Nich. von, '31. 70; '32. and 10th October, 1841, '42. 64...

152. Custard, apple, '29. 64.

Customs duty, net produce of, on Custody of infants, Act to amend all articles imported (1839), '41.

the law relating to the (2 & 3 119; gross aud net produce of, Vict. c. 54), '40. 157.,

in the years ended 5th January, Custom House repairs, '28. .173; 1834 and 1835, '36. 138; gross

completion of, *29. 216; long and net amount of, received in room at, re-opened, '29. 235. the United Kingdom in 1836, '38.

Dublin, abandoned, 175; gross and net produce of, and business transferred to Lon in the years ended 5th January, don, '31. 234.

1837 and 1838, '39. 176, 177; Customs Acts amendment, 9.G.IV. same in the years 1837 and 1838,

c. 76, '29. 175; Duties Act, 10 '40. 171; same in the years 1838 G. IV. C. 43, '30. 182; Laws and 1839, '41. 179; the same in Amendment Act (2 & 3 W. IV. the year ended 5th January, c. 84), '33. 159, 160; Duties Re 1841, '42. 149; gross receipt of, peal Act (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 50), at several ports named of the 34. 128, 129; Act for the gene United Kingdom, for year ended ral regulation of the (3 & 4 5th January, 1834, '35. 173 ; W. IV. c. 52), '34. 129-134; in 1834, '36. 157; in the years Act for granting duties of (3 & 4 ending 5th January, 1835 and W.IV.c. 56), '34. 136; Act for 1836, '37. 164; in the year endthe management of (3 & 4W.IV. ing 5th January, 1837, '38. 175; c. 51), '31. 129; Àct to amend same in years ending 5th January, the laws relating to the (4 & 5 1837 and 1838, '39. 191; same W. IV. c. 89), '35. 159, 160; received in 1838, 40. 187; in Act to amend the laws relating the year 1839, '41. 188; during to (6 & 7 W. IV. C. 60), '37. the year 1840. '42. 164; customs 127-129; Customs Duties In duties inwards, new (1832), (2 crease Act (3 Vict. c. 17), '41. & 3 W. IV. c. 84); '33. 1902 145, 146; produce of additional 193; Table of, granted by 6 & duties imposed by, from 15th 7 W. IV. C. 60, '37. 128, 129; May, 1840, to 5th April, 1841, duty on timber, additional under '42. 153.

Act 3 & 4 Vict. c. 19, 41. 192 ; Customs, revenue of, for the year returns at the port of Goole from ending January 5th, 1828, '29. 1828 to 1829, '30. 121. 184, 187; produce of, 1836 and

revenue and charges in 1831, '32. 175; duties of, in 1831 India, '33. 100. : and 1832, '33. 172; in years

“ Customs of Northern Nationg," ended 5th January, 1832 and 32. 74. 1833, '35. 174; in the years Cutaneous Diseases, Royal London

D.

and Westminster Infirmary for liferus, '31. 38; tomentosus, id.. the treatment of, '30. 141.

ib. Cut-leared lomatia, '31. 41. Cyril, '31. 63; '32. 49, 50. Cattack ceded to the English, '32. Czoroi; victory of, *29. 244.

42. Cutting and maiming, punishment

for, 1837 (7 W. IV: & 1 Vict. c. 85), '38. 159,

Dabar, ancient Arabic for Wednes. Cutlery and hardwares, value of day, '30.:21."

exported in 1827, 28. 167; in Dacia, eastern part of, taken by the 1835, '37. 168; in 1836, '38. Goths, '28. 51; subdued, id. ib. 177; in 1834 and 1835, '37.

Peter de, his calendar, '39. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, 55. .and 1837, '39. 183; the same and Daceir, Andrew, '32. 68. quantities thereof in 1838, '40.

Anue, '31. 75; '32. 68. 180; the same in 1839, '41. 187; Da Costa, '31. 79; '32. 74. the same in 1840, '42. 162. Desius, a Macedonian monk, '30.17. See further, HARDWARES and Daffodil, the, '28. 33; mentioned by CUTLERY,

Shakspeare, id. ib. Curier, '31. 79; 32. 69; Baron, Daguerre, M., bis invention reported dies, '33. 230

on by the French Academy. '40. Cuvillier, Mr., elected Speaker in 256. Canada, '42. 239.

Dahomey, kingdom of, its extent, Cuxhaven, Vice Consal at, his population, capital, religion, and salary (1828), '31. 160.

army, in 1828, 29. 74, 75. Cyc. Brib., explanation of, '30. D'Ailly, Peter, '31. 69; '32. 67. 30.

Dais cotinifolia, '31. 38. Cyclades discovered, '30. 95. Daisy, the, '28. 32, 34 ; '29. 33; the Cyclamen, description and poison midsummer, '28.-36.

ous properties of, and remedies Dalby's Carminative, improper use against, '28. 119.

of, to new-born infants, 29. 117. Cycle, '28. 48; of Bribuspotee, '30. Dalecarlians defeat Christiern II., 26; Calippian, id. 103; Chinese, "28. 59. id. 27, 28; of Grahaparivrithi, id. D'Alembert, '31.77; '32. 69; equi26; Japanese, id. 28, 29; Jewish, librium of fluids, '29. 61; har. id. 14; Metonic, 29. 59; Mex. monic curve, :29. 55; his discoican, '30. 29, 30; of the moon, veries on the moon's orbit, '34.9; 28. 6; of the sun, id..sb.; of the Euler and Clairbault, their solu. moon estimated early, '29. 57; tion of “the problem of the three of 19 years invented, '30. 9; bodies," '29. 22, 23.

year of the (Jewish), id. 14. Dalhousie, Earl of, made GovernorCyclopia genistoides,"31. 38:

General of India, '30. 260. CYDER, see CIDER...

Dalin-Olof, '31. 77; '32. 75. Cymoid cloud, '30. 83; indicates Dalkeith, population of, '33, 83. storm, ich 85.

and Edinburgh Railway Cymmrodorion, '30: 163.

Branches Act, 35. 222. “Cynegetica," '32.331

and Edinburgh Railway, Cynoscephale, battle of, '28. 53. account of, :37. 93; '41. 66. Cypress, common, "29. 65; deci Dalmatia, extent and population of duous, ido ib..

(1831), '33.'51; increase of inhaCyprian, '31. 65; '32. 53.

bitants in, '29,77. Cyprus conquered by Selim II., | Dalry, population of, '33. 82. 28. 59; British consular agent Dalton, population of, '33.77. at, '31. 182.

Dalston, church at, fimished, '42. Cytisus laburpum, *29. 65; pro 206.

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