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sion 1835, '36. 212; in Session Eden, Richard, '37. 23; his trans1636, '37. 226; in Session 1837, lations, ich. 29. '38. 215; in Sessions 1837, 1838, Edenfield Chapel and Little Bolton '39. 216; in Session 1839, '40. Road Act, '40. 216. 219; in Session 1840, 41. 223; Edgebaston, St. George's Chapel at, in Session of 1841, '42. 199.

account of, '37. 231, 232. “Ecclesiastical Polity," '32. 59. Edgeware, rental of the parish of

Preferments, Bonds, &c. of resignation made valid iu certain cases, 9. G. IV. c. 94, '29. (1821), '29. 83 ; population and 178.

representation of, '33. 83; differRevenues of England ence of time between and London, and Wales (1835), '36. 82—89. '31. 23; postage collected at, in Eccleston, population of, '33. 65. 1832 and 1833, '35. 192; amount Eckington Small Debts Act, '40. collected at, in 1832, 1833, and 215.

1831, '36. 179; same in 1835, Echard, L. '32. 61.

'37. 179; same in 1836, '38. Echium grandifloruin, '31. 39.

196; same in 1837, '39; 196; Eclipse, description of, "28. 25; dinner at, to Mr. Charles Dickens,

annular, what it is, '32.8; eclipse '42. 210monument to Sir Walof the sun, '28. 65; duration of, ter Scott in; foundations laid, *32. 8; of the moon, observed at id. 201; Acts relating to, viz.: Babylon, '29. 57; eclipses of the Debts, &c. Regulation Act, '39. Mooni, duration of, '32. 8.

212; Gas Light Company Act, Eclipses, dissertation on, '32.5—13; 30. 231; further Act, '41. 218;

alarm formerly occasioned by an, Improvements Acts, '32. 215 ; 28. 21, 25; ancient superstitions '34. 201; Life Assurance Comconcerning, '32. 5; periods of pany Act, '34. 203; Darket Cus. their occurrence, id. 6; mode of toms Abolition Act, '41. 218; ascertaining, id. ib. 7; catalogue Police Act, '33. 210; Police Conof, from 1832, to 1900, and where tinuation Act, '35. 221; Roads they are respectively visible, 32. Act, '36. 209; Silk Yarn Com9-13.

pany Act, '41. 215; Statute LaEcliptic, the, what it is, '42. 20; bour, &c. Act, '36. 209; Trustees

poles of the, what they are, id. Act, *71. 205; Water Company 21.

further Act, '36. 208; Edinburgh Economic Life Assurance Company and Glasgow Union Canal Acts,

Act, '31. 203; its division of pro Amendment Act, '42. 197; Edinfits, '31.88.

burgle and Leith Gas Light Act, Economy in the use of bread and '41. 218; Edinburgh and Leith

flour, dissertation on, '29. 126 Creditors Settlement Act (1 & 2 130; in the use of food; the Vic. c. 55), '39. 152, 153; RailBishop of Durham's letter on, WAYS: Edinburgh and Dalkeith '29. 127, 128.

Railway Branches Act, '35. 222; Ecu (France), its value, &c. (1829), Edinburgh and Dalkeith Rail

'30. 104; petit do. do. id. ib. way Extension Act, '30. 232; Edavam, a Malabar month, '30. 25. Railway, account of, '37. 93; '41. Edda, the elder, '32.74; the younger, 66; Edinburgh and Firth Rail. id. ib.

way Alteration Act, '40.216,217; Eddystone Lighthouse ; difference Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway

of time between London and the, Act, '39, 214; Amendment Act 31. 14.

'41.220; Railway, particulars of, Eden, Sir Frederick M., his work on '41. E0; Edinburgh and Leith

the state of the poor referred to, Railway Alteration Act, '40. 216, '34. 34; '35. 72.

217; Edinburgh, Leith, and

Newhaven Railway, particulars of, '41.

78; Edinburgh and Newhaven Railway Act, '37.224. Edinburgh, peace of, '31. 45.

New Philosophical Journal referred to, '29. 37. Edinburghshire, population of, and

of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831'; value of real property in, and its representation,

33. 83, 64; summary of same in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, ich 89; the same in 1811, '42. 108; population of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, 1841, and increase per cent., id. 110; county electors, number of, in, in 1836, '37. 182; houses, number of, inhabited, uninhabited, and build. ing, in 1841, '42. 108; occupations of persons in (1831), '35. 97, 98; turnpike trusts, their ex. tent and income in (1834), '35. 193; gates in, rents of, in 1833,

1834, and 1835, '37. 178. Edmonds, Mr. Chr., architect of St.

Peter's Church, Bankside, '40.

228. Edmonton, population of, '33. 67;

rental of the parish of (1829), '29. 83; hundred, rental of the pa

rishes of (1829), '29. 85. Edomæus, Azarias, '32. 47. Education, moral influence of, and

of civilization in general, on the diminution of crime, 29. 96— 102; Lord Brougham's resolutions relating to, '36. 193; withdrawn, id. 196; attention to the necessity of, directed by Lord Brougham, '40. 209; importance of, insisted on by the Bishop of Durbam, '39. 204; motion for a board of, in England, negatived, '39. 205, 206; resolution of a grant for, carried, '40. 205; motion for an address for revoking order in council appointing a committee of, rejected, '40. 204, 205; similar motion in the Lords, carried, id. 206; statement of proposed ministerial plau for a board of, in England,'40.198; proposal for appointment of a minister of, '42. 180; motion for a com

mittee to address the Crown as to the establishment of schools of art in populous places, '42. 178; 80vernment grants in aid of educa. tion, in 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, and 1838, '39. 197; Sir Robert Peel's speech on education in the House of Commons, '42. 178; acts to facilitate conveyance of sites for school-rooms to promote (6 and 7 W.IV. c. 70), '37. 131; and (4 and 5 Vict. c. 38), '42. 137; marriages of parties who could not write, number of, in 1839, '41. 56; proportion per cent. of persons married in each county of England and Wales in the year ended June, 1840, who could not write, '42. 171; and sex, id. 48, 49; education of the poor, committee on, *39. 199; in grammar-schools extended beyond the classics, '41. 161, 162; probable effect of the penny-postage on, '41. 105; in England, general table showing the state of, in 1818, "29.91 ; progress of, from 1818 to 1828, '29. 93; summary of the state of, in Sunday and other Church of England schools for the religious instruction of the poor in England and Wales, containing the number of schools and children in each county, '33. 120 -122; amount of income of charity property devoted to, in several counties in England (1834) '35. 191; charitable, amounts devoted to, in several counties in England and Wales, '36. 175; charitable institutions in and near London for the purposes of, '30. 155—160; amongst criminals, state of, '38. 186; in 1838, 1837, and 1836, '40. 136; in 1836 and 1837,'39.96; in 1836,1837, 1838, and 1839, '41. 116; in 1839 and 1840, '42. 106; London and Birmingham Railway school, number of children in, '42,241; Scotland, act for establishing schools in (1 and 2 Vict. c. 87), '39. 161; Ireland, education in, '28. 172; grant .for, '33. 206; in Switzerland, attempt to alter, '40. 260;

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state of, in the West Indies (1833), Ali, id. 235; value of exports to, '34. 180, 181; effect of, on crime in 1828, '31. 177; of export of in France, 1828 to 1832, '35. 53, British produce, &c., to, in 1830, 54; amongst criminals in France, '33. 180; of general exports to, in '35. 41; given to criminals in 1831, '34. 158; in 1827, 1830,

France from 1828 to 1832,'35.56. 1833,1834, and 1835, '37. 160; in Edward the Confessor, 28. 56.

1836, '38. 173 ; in 1836 and 1837, I.conquers Scotland, "28.57. '39. 190; in 1838, 40. 181; in

III., his introduction of the 1839, '41. 188; in 1840,'42. 163; practice of giving alms on Maun cotton goods, British, quantity and day Thursday, '28. 11.

value of exports to, in 1833 and IV., his establishment of 1834, 36. 169; in 1835, '37. 167; post-horse riders, '40. 62.

in 1838, '40. 182 ; cotton, quanEdwards, Mr., his appointment dis tity imported from, from 1831 to puted, '42.239.

1831, '36. 188; valne of imports Edwardsia grandiflora, '31. 39; mi from, and of exports of home procrophylla, id. ib.

dace, &c., and foreign and coloEel, the, 29. 36 ; its “run," id. ib. 37. nial merchandize to, in 1831,'34. Eelkema; E. J., dies, '41. 138.

160. Egaz Money, '32. 70.

“ Egypt, Topography of," '32. 78. Egbert, king of England, *28. 56 ; Egypt, Travels in,” '32. 69. comparative chronological table Egyptian era, '30. 15. of the monarchs of Europe from,

expedition of men of to the year 1828, 29. 47–51. science embarks from France, Eggecomb, Sir Viers, his letter '29. 242. against registers, *37. 63.

prisoners, number of, deEggs, duty on (1829), '30:204; im stroyed for want of water, &c.,

port and home consumption of, '42. 233.
and duty on, in 1837, +39. 184; | Egyptians and Greeks, war betweeni,
the same in 1838, 40. 176; the 28. 06.
same in 1839, '41. 183; in 1840, Ehrenburg, architect, dies, '42. 121.
'42. 156; quantity shipped from Eichhorn, J. G., '31. 76 ; '32. 66.
Dublin (1830), '31. 11l; export Eider-duck, rate of its flying, '29.
of, from Ireland, in 1825 and 40.
'1835, '39. 189.

Ejected tenantry in Ireland, '31.
foreign, consumption of, and 109.
duty on, in 1836, '38. 179. Ejectment, declarations

how to of birds, colours of, observa be served (1 W. IV. c. 70), 31. tions upon the, '30. 41.

166, Egham, population of, '33, 73. Ekebergia capensis, *31. 39. Egidius, '31. 09.

Elaphebolion, an Attic month, '30.8. Eginhard, '31. 66; *32. 63.

El Arisch, peace of, '28. 63. Eglintoun tournament, '40. 260. Elaterium, poisonous properties of, Egremont, Earl of, mansion for, in and remedies against, 28. 122.

Devonshire, notice of, '40. 248. Elba, ceded to France, '31. 55;
Egypt conquered by Alexander, '28. agreed to be the domain of Bona-

52; conquered by the Turks, id. parte, id. 39.
59; consul-general and vice-con. Elbe, tolls on, mentioned in the
suls to, and where employed, '31. House of Commons, '41.204.
182;number of Jews in (1829)'30. Elbingerode, bailiwick of, Prussian
100; expedition to, '28. 63 ; ports commercial league, '42. 113.
of, blockaded, '41. 256 ; affairs Eleagnus augustifolia, *29. 65 ;
of, mentioned in the House of chinensis, '31. 39.
Commons, '42. 178; hereditary Eleocarpus cyaneus, id. 16.
possession of, given to Mehemet Elæodendrum australe, id. ib.'

“El Diablo Coxuelo,” '32. 71. Elder tree, '28. 32 ; fower, the, id.

36. Eldin, Lord, sale of his pictures, and accident at, in Edinburgh,

'94, 242. Eldon, Earl of, dies, '39. 141, 248. Elea, Zeno of, '32. 48. Election Committees, Mr. O'Con

nell's charge against, '39. 202. Election Petitions, Act to amend

the jurisdiction for the trial of (2 & 3 Vict. c. 38), Peels Act,

140. 150.“ Elections, Act to prevent corrupt

practices at, 28. 160; expenses at, id. ib.; polling at (9 G. IV.C. 59), 29. 161, 162; borough,

polls to be takeu in one day (5 & 6W. IV. c. 36), '36. 121 ; Act removing doubts as to the lists of voters (6 & 7 W. IV. C. 101), '37. 145; Act for additioual polling-places (6 & 7 W.IV. c. 102), 37. 145; (Scotland) Act appointing time for, and polling places, &c. &c., and to diminish the expenses of (5 & 6 W. IV. c. 78), '36. 144; controverted, Consolidation Act (9 G. IV. c. 22), *29. 148. Elections, Petitions on, Act to amend

the jurisdiction for the trial of (2 & 3 Vic. c. 38), '40. 150; in Municipal Corporations, Act relating to, amending the Municipal Act (7 W. IV. & 1 Vict.

c. 81), '38. 154138. * Electors not bound to serve as spe

cial constables at elections, '28. 160; namber of, for the counties of England, according to the registries of 1834 and 1835, '37. - 181; number of, in Ireland, in 1834, '37. 182 ; number of, in Scotland, in 1836, '37. 182, 183; number of, registered in the United Kingdom, in 1834.5 and

1835-6, '39. 193. Elector Palatine elected King of

Bohemia, '31.47. Electric currents caused by the

rising of sap, opinion of by D. Dutrochet, "29.35. Electricity of the atmosphere, dis

sertation on, "39. &-24; and lightning identical, Gray-Franklin, *29. 60; of amber, Thales,

29. 60. Electro-magnetic instrument, '28.

* 185. Electro-magnetism, observations

and discoveries in, 29. 60. Elegant heath, '31. 39. “Elements of Criticism," '32. 61. Elephants' teeth, duty on (1829),

'30. 199; (1836), '37. 128; im. ports and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; in 1830, '32. 177; in 1830, '33. 176 ; in 1831,

'34. 134. Eleusis founded, *28. 50. Elfarage or Elfaragi, '31.69 ; '32.78. Elfaredb, J., '31. 69 ; *32. 78. Elgin, population of (1821), *29.

83; Gaol Act, '35. 219. Elginshire, population of, and of

the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, aird 1831 ; value of real property in, and its representation, '33. 84; summary of same in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 89; the same in 1841, '42. 108; population of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and increase per cent., id. 110; population and representatiou of, '33. 81; electors, number of in, in 1836, '37. 182; houses, number of, inhabited, uninhabited, and building, in 1841, '42. 108; occupations of persons in (1831), '33. 98; turnpike trusts, their extent and income in (1834), '35. 193; gates in, rents of in 1833, 1834, and 1835,

'37, 178. Elgström, '31. 77; '32.75. El Harawi, '32. 78. Eliakim, "31. 68; '32. 47. Elichrysum proliferum, '31. 39. Eliezer, '31. 65, 68; '32. 46. Eling, population of, '33. 63. Eliot, Lord, motion for an address

against employment of British troops in Spain, '39. 203. Elkstone Enclosure Bill, '34. 203. Elland, population of, *33. 77 ;

Bridge and Dewsbury Road Act, 38. 211.

31. 201,

Ellenborough, Lord, Lord Keeper

of the Privy Seal, '29. 231; his letter to India discussed, '31. 199; his Divorce Bill debated,

203. Ellesmere, population of, '33. 71.

. anđ Chester Canal Act, '31. 212;

further Act, '38. 212. Ellice, Mr., Secretary at War, '34.

243. Elliot, Admiral, resigns his command in China, '42. 233.

Captain, arrested by the Chinese authorities, '40. 257 ; superseded, '42. 238. Ellipse, meaning of the term, '34.7. Ellis, bis 6 Corallines and Zoophytes" referred to, '30. 47.

Mr., takes Patua, '32. 30. Elm Enclosure Act, '35. 217. Elm tree, the, '28. 40; 29. 41; period of its being in leaf, '30. 39.

American, '29. 67. Elm-leaved sumacb, '29. 66. Elmacin, '31. 69; '32. 78. Elmes, Mr. H. Lonsdale, arcbi.

tect of St. George's Hall and Assize Courts at Liverpool, 42. 221; of the Liverpool Collegiate In

stitution, id. 226. Elmsley, P., '32. 62. Elpain, Bishop of, his revenue in

1931, '34. 179. Elrington, Dr., Bishop of Leighlin

and Ferns, dies, '36. 216. Elsing Enclosure Act, '42. 191. Elsinore, hops, quantity of, exported

to, and amount of duty on, in 1833, '35. 185; vessels cleared at, see BALTIC TRADE.

Consul at, and amount of his salary (1828), '31. 180.

Quantity of corn which could be imported from, if a fixed duty were imposed, '42. 82; other facts relating to a supply of corn

from, id. 83, 85, 87. Elthorne Hundred, rental of the

parishes in (1829), 29. 85. Elton Town End Road Act, 42. 196.

and Bury, population and representation of,*'33. 65. Elul, '28. 14; a Jewish month, '30.

13; a Syrian month, id. 17. Elwell Enclosure Act, '35. 217.

Ely, Bishop of, dies, '37. 253.

city of, population of (1821), '29. 81; in 1811, 1321, and 1831, 33. 58.

diocese of; number of Sunday Schools in the, in 1826, '29. 95; number of parishes, 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 whom patronage of benefices vested ; and other par. ticulars relating to (1635), '36. 8289.

Place; population, &c., "28. 86, 87. Elyot, Thomas, '31. 70 ; '32. 69. Ember Week, '28. 10. Embezzlement; punishment for, '28.

137; frame of indictment for, id. ib.; punishment for, by servant of the Bank of England or

South Sea Company, '42.138,139. Emery Stones, duty on (1829), '30.

201. Emigrants, number of, to the colo

nies of Great Britain, and to which, from 1825 to 1829, '31. 197; number of, from the United Kingdom to British America, the United States, Cape of Good Hope, and Australia, in

1832, 1833, and 1834, '36. 182. Emigration : number of persons who

have emigrated from the United Kingdom to British America, Cape of Good Hope, and Australia, from 1820 to 1830, '34. 179; progress of, from the United Kingdom, in 1832, 1833, and 1831, 36. 182; to Canada, cost of, per head, '38. 105; arrival of free female settlers in Sydney, '35.

252; debate on, '40. 205. “Emile," '32. 69. Emilius, '28. 54. Empedocles, 28. 51. Emperor of Rome, '28. 53. Employment of the people, '35.

69_103. Employer and labourer; their re

lative position, *34. 31, 35. Enamel, duty on (1829), 30. 201. Enchiridion,

"32. 49.

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