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'41. 254; bis Canada expentes, debate on, '39. 203; and on his proceedings in Canada ; his ordi. Dances; Indennity Bill relating

to, id. 206, 207. Durham, battle of, '28. 58.

city, population of (1821), '29. 81; population and repre. sentation of, '33. 61. ***::

county, extent and popu. lation of, and number of sessions, magistrates, and parishes in, '28. 78; population of, and of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831; valae of real property in, and its representation, '33. 61, 62; summary of same in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 88; the Ame in 1841, 42. 107; population of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and increase per dent., 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 1836, '98. 192; charity property, income of, in (1834), 33. 191; rental of charities and income of schools in, '36. 175; education ; proportion per cent. of persons mar. ried in the year ended June, 1840, who could write, '42. 171 ; electors, county, number of, in, in 1834 and 1835,'37. 181; excise licences issued, and public houses in, number of (1831), '32. 185; families, number of, in, and how employed in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '34. 86, 87; houses, mimber of, in, in 1801, 1811, 1821, and 1831, '34. 84, 85; inbabited, uninhabited, and building in 1841, 242 107; jururs in, in 1835,

37. 175; lunatics, &c., papper, proportion of, to population in 1837,'38. 193; marriages, buildings registered for solemnization 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), '33. -76; offenders in, and proportion of,

to population (1837), "39. 90; RATES : amount of poor and county rates levied in, in 1826, '29. 197; the same for 1827, and account of its expenditure, id. 198; amount of poor rate levied in, from March, 1827, to March, 1828, and expenditure of sange, '30. 216 ; from March, 1828, to March, 1829, '31. 1950; for the year ending 25th March, 1830, 132. 184; for the year ending 25th March, 1831, 33. 187; expended on the poor in year end. ing Easter, 1832, '34. 174; amount levied and expenditure of same for the year ending 25th March, 1833, '35. 189; for the year ending 25th March, 1831, 36. :174; the same for the years ending 25th March, 1834, 1836, and 1837, 38. 138; decrease of same in 1837 compared with 1834, id. 190; proportion of paupers relieved to the population of, in 1839 and 1840, '42.168; SAVINGS BANKS, friendly and charitable societies, amount of deposits and accounts in (1831), '32.102; Savings Banks, average amounts deposited in, and proportion of depo. sitors to population of (1835), '37. 72; state of on 20th March, 1837, '39.134; Savings Banks, friendly societies, and charitable institutations, number of, and of depositors, and amount of deposits in, in November, 1836, 38, 193; on 20th November, 1838, 40. 189; on 20th November, 1839, 41. 194; on 20th November, 1840, '42. 166; SCHOOLs: endowed, anendowed, and Sunday schools in, in 1818, '29. 91 ; unendowed day-schools in, in 1818 and 1828, icho 93 Sanday and other Church of England schools and number of scholars in, in (1832), '33. 120; TAXES : house tax, inhabited houses assessed to, and rental of same, for year ending 5th April,

1830, +32. -106, 107; Durham and Northumberland. Amount of land and assessed taxes of, in 1829, 31. 172; turnpike traste, their extent and income in (1834),

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'35. 192; trusts in, and income and expenditure of same in 1834, 37. 177; the same, and length of roads in 1839, '42. 122 ; tolls received on, in 1834 and 1839, id. 118; coals and cinders entered coastwise, and duty thereon, pin 1829, '31. 190; Coroners of, Act for Election of 17 W. IV. & 1 Vict. 64), '38. 151; University Act, '33, 211; Durham and Labberge executions (11 G. IV. c. 11), '31. 139; Durham Junction Railway, account of, '39. 120; '41.72; Durham and Sunderland Railway Company Act, '35. 222; Railway particulars of, '41. 72;: Further Act, '42.

197. Durham, diocese of, number of

pa. risbes, benefices, and churches and chapels in, and population of (1834), '35. 126; revenues of Bishop, of Cathedral, and of benefices ; sums paid to curates; in wbom patronage of benefices vested, and other particulars relating to same (1835), '36. 82— 89; number of Sunday schools in the, in 1826, 29. 95; Palatine jurisdiction of, see of, separated

(6 W. 4. c. 19), '37. 116. Durinish, population of, '33. 85. Dursley, population of, '33. 62. Dusch, 31. 76; 32. 65. Dutch, established in India, '32.25*;

excluded from Mahratta domi. nions, '32. 28; victories over the, in India, '32. 34.

authors, list of, and of their principal works from A. D. 1200 to A. D. 1800, '32. 72–74.

Clinkers, duty on (1836), '37. 128. 53

East India Company, "28.60.

Flanders ceded to France, '31. 54.

Literary Chronology, '32. 72-74.

settlements in Ceylon, &c., taken, '32. 40.

Troy found, '28. 98.

vessels, embargo on, '33. 232.'... Duties, reduction of, cause increase

of revenue; instances of, '41. 97,

98; continuance (1 W. IV. c.

12), '32. 138. Dutrochet, M., his assertion that the

motion of sap causes the electric

currents, '29. 35. Duval, Amaury, dies, '40. 140. Duverger, C., dies, '39. 141. Duvivier dies, '39. 141. Dwelling-house, robbery in, punish

ment for, *28. 132; what shall-be a dwelling-house, id. ib. ; stealing in, not punishable with death (2 & 3 W. IV. c. 62), '33. 148; robbery in, punishment of death for, abolished (3 & 4 W. IV. C. 44), '34. 125; punishment for, settled 17 w. iv. & 1 Vict. c. 90), '38. 162, 163; stealing in, with menaces, punishable with transportation or imprisonment, 1837 (7 W. IV. & 1 Vict. c. 86), '38. 160; larceny in, effect of the abolition of death for, on charges of, '42. 103; setting fire to, any person being therein, punishable with death, 1837 (7 W. IV. & 1

Vict. c. 89), '38. 161. Dwelling-houses, Act to reduce cer

tain of the duties on, &c. (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 39), '34. 123, 124; Act to repeal certain duties on inhabited dwelling-houses (4

W. IV. c. 19), '35. 131. Dye and hard woods ; import, ex

port, and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; in 1830, '32. 177; 33. 176; in 1831, '34.

154; duty on (1829),'30. 198.201. Dyer John, '31. 74; '32. 61.

Mr. Charles, architect of the “Red Maid's Hospital,” Bristol, '38. 240 ; of the Victoria Rooms, Bristol, '39. 243.

George, dies, '42. 124.

H. M. Willis, dies, id. ib. Dyes and dyeing stuffs ; 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, '42. 156. Dyname, its equivalent power, '29.

88. Dysart, population of, '33. 84. Dysentery, deaths from, within the

Bills of Mortality in 1827, 29.

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110; great prevalence of, formerly

in London, '35. 29. Dystrus, a Macedonian Month, '30.

17. Dwarf Magnolia, '31. 41. Dwernicki, General, and the Polish army surrender to the Austrians, 32. 237.

E...,

Eadmer, '31. 66; '32. 58.
Eagle (United States), its value, &c.

(1829), '30. 111; double do. do.,

id. ib. ; balf do. do. id. ib. ; Ealand and Rochdale Road Act,

37. 221. Ealing, rental of the Parish of

(1829), '29. 85; population of

'33. 67. Ear, Royal Dispensary for Diseases

of the, '30. 141; Ear and Eye, Surrey and Southwark Infirmary for curing diseases of the, '30.

141. “ Earl Grey" steam-packet ex

plosion, '36. 246. " Earl of Wemyss " smack wrecked,

'34. 247; investigation concern

ing same, '34. 249. Earls Court, Kensington, cemetery

at, account of, '41.236, 237. Earlswood Common, cuttings at, on

the Brighton Railway, account of,

•42. 69. Earnings, average weekly, of cotton

spinners at Glasgow, from 1823 to 1833, '34. 52; at Manchester in 1804, 1814, and 1833, '34.

53. Earnshaw clocks, '29. 61.

Mr., his improvements in chronometers referred to, '41. 44; the first who used the de.

tached escapement, '42. 42. Earth, the, description of, '28. 90 ;

globular form of, taught, '29. 57; density of, '38. 30; magnitude of, '29. 58; determined, id. 59; orbit of, '28. 44; axis, nutation of, '29. 59; rotation described,

motion of, old arguments against, '36.5-20; stability of,Parmenides, '29, 58.

worm, its fear of the mole,

'29. 32; mode of catching, id.

ib. Earibs, decomposition of, Dary,

*29. 60. Earthenware, value of, exported in

1827, '28. 167; quantity, and declared value of exports of, in 1828, '31. 176; in 1830, '33. 179; in 1831, '34. 157; in years ending 5th January, 1833 and 1834, '35. 173; value of, in 1833 and 1834,'36. 156; in 1836, '38. 178; in 1834 and 1835, 37. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 183; the same, and quantities thereof, in 1838, 40. 180; the same in 1839, '41. 187; the same in 1840, '42.

162. Earthquake in Calabria, '28. 62; at

Cuba, id. 68; at Constantinople and in Syria, '38. 243; at Granada, '28. 67-69; at Katmandoo, '35. 256; at Lisbon, '28. 61; at Mantua, id. 68; at Martinique, '40. 256; in Messina, "28.68; at Parma and Reggio, '33. 229; in the Duchy of Parma, '35.255; at Perth, '42. 240 ; at San Salvador, '40. 257; at Murcia in Spain, '30. 261; at Washington, '34. 246.

shocks of felt at Chichester, '31. 250; '35. 253; in Nottinghamshire, '34. 246; at Portsmouth, '35. 261; at Perth and

Stirling, '42. 240. East Bedfont, rental of the parish of

(1829), '29. 85. East Brixton, three divisions of, the

parishes and liberties comprised within, '32. 108.

Griostead, population of, '33. 74.

Hagboume Inclosure Act, '41. 214. Easthope, Mr., created a Baronet,

'42. 242. East India Company established,

28. 60; government, mode of, pursued by in British India, '33. 91-99; its collection of revenue, id. ib.; Company, first charter to, '32. 25; second ditto, id. ib.; becomes a joint stock company, id. ib.; new charter to the, id. 26;

28. 28;

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new charter granted by: the king, '32.26; new company incorporated by the name of the “ English Company," id. ib.; privileges of making peace and war, and of cercising civil and criminal jurisdiction, granted to, id. ib.; charter forfeited, ich ib. ; renewed, and privileges extended, id. 27; old and new companies united, il. ib.; no director of, to be a director of the Bank of England (9 Anne, c. 7), id. ib.; governors or deputy govemors of provinces of, not to sit and vote in the House of Commons, '38. 195; stock of, interest of at different times, '32. 27; constituted Company of Dewannee of Bengal, Bahar, and Orissa, id. 30; its dividends directed to be fixed by ballot, id, 31; its funds deranged, id. 32; loan to, from the Bank of England, id. ib.; company, its constitution changed, id.

charter renewed, id. 35; power of peace and war taken from, id. ib.; loan from to goverument, id. 82; annual payment made by, for the recognition of their right to territorial possessions, ich 84; four Acts of Parliament passed for regulating 'matters concerning, id. 37; new charter for twenty years, id. 39; charter renewed for twenty years, id. 43, 44; account of its land revenue, '33. 96; territorial revenues and charges of India for the year 1829-30, ido 100; its monopolies of salt and opium, id. 97-99; accounts of, for 1827, 28. 169; annual accounts of, made up to 1st May, 1834, '35. 170, 171; to 1st May, 1835, 36. 149, 150; its duties on imports, &c., &c., amount of in 1829, '33. 96, 97; abstract of the report from the select committee of the House of Commons on the affairs of the (1830), '31. 120_135; commit. tee appointed on the affairs of, '33. 196. ACTS, viz.-East India Offices Act (10 G. IV. c. 62), '30. 195; Shipping Regulation Act (3 & 4

Vict. c. 56), '41. 156; Writers . Regulation Act, 10.G. IV. c. 16,

'30. 174; Act for effecting an arrangement with the, and for better government of the King's Indian territories, till 30th April, 1854 (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 85), '34. 130, 141; see, further, East IN

dies, INDIA. East India CopFee, see COFFBE.

SUGAR, see SUGAR. East India trades, paper on, '33.

91-99; account of the declared value of all goods exported from Great Britain to the East Indies, China, and the Mauritius, in the year ending 5th January, 1829, '30. 208; account of the value of all goods the produce of the East Indies and China, imported into Great Britain, for the year ending 5th January, 1829, '30. 209; value of imports and exports by, in 1830, 1831 and 1832, '34. 161 ; account of tonnage employed by, for 1826, 1827, and 1828, '30. 207; effects anticipated from the opening of the trade (1830), *31. 133–135; amount of all goods sold at sales of, in 1834 and 1835, '36. 171.

Company (Dutch), *28. East India Docks, floating gauge in, to ascertain high water, '30. 63.

new wharf walls, &c. at, '34. 226–228; Docks Im

provement Bill, '29. 183. East India Dock Company and

West India Dock Company Con

solidation Act, '39. 214. East India hired labourers, Lord

Brougham's motion concerning,

39. 202. East lodies, passage to, made by

sea, '28. 59; Almeyda sails to the, id. ib.; perpetual liberty of trading iu granted to the English, '32. 25 ; value of goods imported from, in 1926 to 1828, 29. 191 ; valuie of exports to, for three years, ending January 5th, 1828, 29. 192; number of ships and tonnage to and from, for the year ending January 6th, 1829, '30. 207; (Mogul) gold and silver coins, their names, value, weight,

60.

alloy, and valne in English ma therine's Church, Ventaor, and ney (1829), '30. 105.

St. Joba's Church, Reading, 39. EAST INDIA COMPANY, see INDIA.

221. East London Catholic Institution, Ebb-tide, what it is, '80. 49. '30. 157.

Eberhard, Conrad, dies, '38. 128. Irisb free schools, '30. Ebony, duty on (1829), *30. 198; 158.

foreign, daty on (1836), 37. Pension Society, '30.

128. 146.

Ebrington, Lord, bis appointment Water Works Act, 30. and explanation, '40. 199, 200. 232; water works, their sources Ebu Sina, '31. 67. of supply, number of tenants and Ebu Tofail, 31. 69. quantity of supply (1829), 29. Eccard, J. G. von, '31. 74; '32. 103, 104; amount and rate of 65. supply, &c. of water to London Ecclesfield, population of, '33.77. by (1834), '35. 128.

Eccleshill Inclosure Act, '42. 192. East Retford Disfranchisement Bill Ecclesiastical appointments, Acts

brought in, 29. 202; debated, preventing the filling up during ich 26_212;. Bribery Bill de ibe Church Commission (5 & 6 bated, 31. 198; Bill passed, '31. W. IV. C. 30), '36. 119, 120 ; 201. l.

(6 & 7 W. IV. c. 67), '37. 130; East Smithfield, rental of the parish (7. W. IV., & 1 Vic. c. 71),

of (1829), '29. 85; Act for mak 38. 153. ing a new street from, to Rose

Commissioners for mary Lane (4 Vict. c. 12), '42. England, power to appoint, '37. 126.

137; Report presented, '37. 192. Eastwood, population of, '33..87.

Corporations, aggregate, Easter, 29. 45, 46; time of its cele in England and Wales, revenues

bration, "28.7; mode of finding, of (1835), '36. 83. id, ib.; limit, id. ib.; method of

Courts Regulation Act, finding according to Gauss for six 10 G. IV. C. 53, '30. 188; Con. centuries, '29. 45, 46; Sunday, solidation Bill brought in, &c., 28. 11.

'37. 188, 189; in England, Act to Island discovered, '30. 96. amend Act for, as to Poor-rate Eastern Counties Railway Act, '37. Saits and Prisoners (3 & 4 Vict.

223; further Act, '39. 214; fur. c. 93),'41. 165, 166; Courts Bill, ther Act, '42. 196; Railway par. amendment in, for payment of tially opened, '40. 259; further demand and costs before liberaopening of, '41. 93; Railway, ac tion, '41. 212; inferior, resolu. count of, '40. 86, 87; particulars tion against, '40. 202. of, '41. 76.

Duties and Revenues Eastern Dispensary, '30. 143.

Bill introduced, '37. 209; Act Institution, Commercial (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 77), '37. 137, Road, Account of, '39. 228.

138; Act continued (7 W. IV. and Western provinces 1 Vict. c. 71),'38. 153. * joined, '28. 55.

Knowledge, Society for Easton, church at, proposed, *42. Promoting, '30. 153. 206.

Leases Regulation Act Rating, moderate, necessary to in. (6 W. IV. c. 20), 37. 116; fants, *29. 117.'

amendment of same, as to recitalo Ebbe-gebirge Mountains and their (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 64), id. ib. several heights, '33. 44; alpba

Petitions presented in betical Inda to rame, &c. i. 49 the Session of 1834, their parti33. 91.1

cular objects, and number of sigEbbels, Hz, R., architect of St. Ca. natures, '35. 24, 225, in Ses.

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