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bodies," '29. 22, 23; Euler and

La Grange on acoustics, *29. 35. Eulogius, *31. 67 ; '32. 69; “ Bio

grapby of," id. ib. Eumathius, '31. 65; '32. 50. Eunapius, '31. 05; '32. 49. Euonymus Americanus, "29.65. Euphorbia mellifera, '31. 39. Euphorbium, duty on (1832), '33.

191. Euphrates, one of the frontiers of

the Roman empire, '28. 51; expedition to, under Cul. Chesney, dispatched, accident to, '37. 251. “ Euphues," '32. 59. Eupolis, *28.51. Euripides, 28. 51; 31. 64; '32.

48. Europe, its extent and population,

29. 70; increase of the inhabit ants of, *29. 76—79; states of, their surface in square miles, number of inhabitants and mili. tary force, '28. 70, 71 ;. with their colonies, their surface in square miles, and number of inbabitants, 28. 73, 74; reigning sovereigns of, with the dates of their accession (1829), '30. 99; number of Jews in (1829), '30. 100. European states, population of, and

vames of their sovereigns (1836),

'36, 107. Eurotas, '28. 50. “Euryalus” convict-slip, number

of boys confined on board, '36.

49. Eurymedou, battles of the, '28. 51. Eusebius, :31. 65; 32. 49; uses

the era of Abraham, ' '30. 18;
sometimes confounds the Olym.
piads with the era of the Seleu-

cides, '30. 10.
Eustachi, 31. 70; '32. 56.
Eustathius, 31. 68.
Eustrephus latifolius, *31. 39.
Euthymius, :39. 66.

Zygabenus, '32. 51. Eutropius, *31. 65; *32. 53. Eutychius, :31. 67; '32. 78. Evagrius, -31, 66 ; "32. 50—54. Evans, Colonel, appointed com

mander of the British Auxiliary Legion, '36. 245.

Sir De Lacy, elected for

W'estminster, '31. 244; wounded, '37. 256; resigus the command of the British Legion, and arrive in

London, '38. 215, 246. Evans, Mr. Sheriff, committed by

the House of Commons, '41. 200;. his liberation refused after media cal evidence received, 41. 203;

liberated, id. 46. Evaporation, remarks on, '30. 73—

77; average amount of, per annum,

near London, 30. 76.. Evelyn, J., '31. 72; '32.60. Events, chronicle of, from December 1828 to November, 1829, '30..259

from July 1929 to November 1830, '31.233—240; from November 1830 to Novenaber 1831, '32. 235-240; from November 1831 to December 1832, '33. 227-233; from October 1832 to October 1833, '34. 240— 250; from August 1833 to Octor ber 1831, *35. 252—262; from July 1834 to November 1833, '36. 238—250 ; from October 1835 to November, 1836, '37. 231–258; from November 1836 to October 1837, 38. 213—218; from November 1837 to November 1838, '39. 248–252; from July 1838 to November 1839,'40.251-261; from November 1839 to Novem. ber 1810; 41. 253–256; from July 1810 to November 1811, '42.

233-244. Ever-flowering maurandia, '31. 41. Evergreen oak, '29. 66; thom, id. ib. Everlasting, close-headed, *31. 40;

giant, id. ib.; great flowered, id. ib. Everton, population of, '33. 65;

Church Endowment Act, '31.211. Evesham, Odiuton of, *37. 22; his works, ich. 21.

Walter, '37. 22; bis works, id. 21, 25.

population and representation of, '33. 76; motion to disfranchise the borough of, '32. 189; Disfranchisement Bill introduced,

32. 190. Every-street, Manchester, church

at, finished, '42, 206. Evidence in criminal cases, reniarks

on, '36. 30, 31,

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Evidence, medical, before corovers' inquests observed on, '36.21.

given on compulsion, not to be used against the party in crimiual matters, '28. 133.

Law of, in certain cases, Amendment Act (9 Geo. IV. B.

32, '29. 154, 155.) Evolution, notices of the progress of

the problem of; '39. 34-52.. Ewald, John, '31. 77; '32..75... Ewart, Mr., his suggestion of irou

piling for damming, '31. 227.. Ewer's Heath, '31.39. Ewburst Road Act, '42. 196. Exaltation of Mahomet, day of;'28.

15. Examination of witnesses on interra

gatories, power of commou-law. courts for (1 Wm. IV. c. 22),:32.

140, 141. Excessive drinking, deaths from,

within the bille.of mortality, in 1827, '29. 110; intoxication,; treatment for, ido 125; excessive spirit-driuking, symptoms of dis

eases produced by, id. 123. Exchange of Common Lands; Act

for facilitating the (4. W. IV.Co

30), '35. 136, 137. Exchequer bills, explaation of their

nature and amount of interest payable on, '32, 90; first funding of, :32. 83; amount of interest, in 1827, 29. 186; billo issued, 28. 62; outstanding 5th Jan. 1828, and 5th.Jan. 1831, 32. 176; in 1831, '32 89; on 5th Jan. 1833, '31. 151 ; amount of, and annual charge thereof, from 5th Jan. 1815, to 5th Jan. 1834, '35. 169; interest on, in the year ended 5th Jan. 1841, '42, 150; issued for the purposes of the commissioners for building additional churches (1830), '31.214; to 24th July, 1832, '33. 212; Exchequer Bills Act (11 G. IV. c. 26), '31. 143; forgery of, punishable with death (1630) (1 W. IV. c. 66), '31. 158; see further FORGERY, abolition of death:for.

bills, issue of forged, '42. 142.

Chancellor of the, amount of his pension, '35. 132.

Exchequer, Chancellor of the, Lord

Althorp, '31. 240; Mr. Goulburn, 29. 234; Sir Robert Peel, '36. 239; see Canning. Huskisson, Herries, Robinson.

offices abolished (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 99), '34. 141; Act to regulate the office of the receipt of his Majesty's Exchequer at Westminster (4 W. IV. c. 15), '35. 130,.131; Reductions in, '37. 183.

tallies, issue of, to the Bank, 32. 820 :

Court of, expenses of, in 1836, '36. 187; act evabling. a Baron to sit during absence of the Chief Baron on.circuit (6 and 7 W.IF.c. 112), '37. 146; Equity side of, abolished, '42. 142; and certain ottices of same, ide ibe; Court of (Scotland) abolished, '33, 170.

records and documents, motion couceruiug destruction of,

41. 205. Exchequers of England and Ireland,

when cousolidated, '34. 150. Excise, commencement and progress

of, in Eugland, '38.6870; board: of, account of, '38. 86, 87; Conso lidation of the Irish and Scotch. with the English, id. 86; revenue, management of the, account of, and full particulars relating to, '38. 67—93; commissioners of, may act for Scotland and Ireland (10 Geo. IV. c. 32), '30. 180; inquiry, commissioners of, their report extracted from, '38. 89–93; officers, their promotion, &c., 38.

87, 88; reductions in, *37. 183. Excise acts, number of, at various

periods stated, '38. 85; revenue.of, Act to amend the laws relating to the collection and management of the (4 and 5 W. IV.C. 51), '35. 147, 148; Licences (Ireland) Act (6 and 7 W. IV. c. 38), '37. 121, 122; Spirits, Ireland, Countervailing Duties Regulation Act (6 and 7 W. IV. c. 72), '37. 133, 134; Duties Jucrease Act (3 Vict. c. 17), '41. 145, 146; regulations for tobacco, Act (3 and 4 Fict. c. 18), *11. 146.

Excise duties collections, places of,

and number of officers employed, salaries, amount collected, &c., 38, 73—78; total quantities charged with duties on several exciseable articles in England, Scotland, and Ireland, in the several years from 1818 to 1829 inclusive, '31. 170, 171; duties, produce of, in 1831 and 1832, '33. 172; quantities of several articles charged with, and amount of such duties for the year ending 5th Jan. 1835, '36. 155—160; revenue paid under each of the principal heads of, in each collection in England (1835), '38. 84; articles charged with and

amount of same in 1836, '38. 181; Excise and customs duties, amount

levied in the United Kingdom in year ending 5th Jau. 1837, '38.

67, 68.

Excise licences, number of, issued

under 1 W. IV. C. 64, in each county of England and Wales ; and number of public-houses for sale of beer, ale, and spirits, and those for sale of beer and ale only (1831), '32. 185; number of, issued from Sept. 1830 to March 1833, under Act 1 W. IV. c. 64, '31. 177 ; number of dealers and manufacturers, distinguishing their several trades, to whom were granted, in England in 1836, '38. 181, 182; number granted in England in 1837, distinguishing

the trades, &c., '39. 193. Excise, revenue of, for year ending

Jan, 5th, 1828, 29. 184-187; produce of, in 1830 and 1831, 32. 175; produce of, in Great Britain, in the years ended 10th Oct. 1832 and 1833, '34. 148 ; the same for the year ended 10th Oct. 1834, '35. 166; net produce of, in 1834 and 1835, '36. 151; net produce of, in years ended 15th Oct. 1835 and 1836, '37. 153; same in 1836 and 1837, '38. 170; the same in 1837 and 1838, '39. 175; the same in years 1838 and 1839, '40. 170; the same in 1839 and 1840, '41. 178; gross receipt of, in Great Britain aud Ireland, in year ending Jan.

5th, 1838, '39. 177; the mme in the years 1838 and 1839, '41. 179; gross income of, in the year ended 5th Jan. 1811, '42. 149; net produce of, in the years ended 10th Oct. 1840 and 1811, id. 152 ; produce of additional duties imposed by 3 & 4 Vic. c. 17 & 19, from 15th May, 1840, to 5th April, 1841, id. 153; (Ireland) charges for the collection of, in

1836, '38. 89. Excise trades, list of, surveyed in

1835, '38. 71; traders, number of, in each collection in England

(1835), '38. 83. Exciseable articles, list of, in 1797,

1833, and 1837, '38. 70. Exe Navigation Act, '41. 218. Execution, period of, after convic

tion of murder, 9G. IV. c. 31, '29. 149; see further MUR

DERER'S EXECUTION. Execution, writs of, number of, is

sued in London in 1829,'31. 194; in Middlesex, id. ib.; iu Surrey,

id. ib. Executions, number of, in 1813,

1817, 1819, 1820, and 1821, '40. 134; from 1821 to 1827, '28. 170; from 1826 to 1832, '34. 64; in 1832, id. 64; in London and Middlesex in 1832, id. ib.; in England and Wales (1826), *29. 89; within the bills of mor. tality in 1827, '29. 110; in England, Wales, and Ireland in 1827 and 1828, '30. 215 ; in England and Wales in 1828, '31. 193; in 1830, '32. 183; in ench of the seven years ending 1817, 1824, and 1831, '33. 186; in 1832, '34. 171 ; in each seven years ending 1819, 1826, 1833, 35. 187; for seven years ending 1833, '35. 188; in 1834, '36. 34, 45; number of, in 1837, '39. 93; number of, and for what offences, in 1818, 1828, and 1838, '40. 133; number of, in England and Wales in 1839, and for what offences, '41. 113; from 1820 to 1835, '37. 175; in London and Middlesex, from 1827 to 1835, id. ib.; in same, from 1827 to 1836, 38. 186 ; in England and

Wales, from 1834 to 1839, '41. 193 ; for housebreaking and lar

ceny in 1832, '34. 171. Executions and commitments, pro

portion of, from 1829 to 1833, and from 1834 to 1838,'40. 188.

in Ireland, proportion of (1830), '31. 114; number of, in 1831, '36. 58.

motion for their taking place in private, by Mr. Rich, 42. 175.

number of, in France (1826), '29. 89; from 1826 to

1832, '35. 43. Executor made trustee for next of

kin as to undisposed-of residue (1

W. IV. c. 40), *31. 151. Executors, powers granted to, to

bring actions, distrain, &c. (3 &

4 W. IV. c. 42), '34. 124, 125. Exercise necessary for new-hom

infants, '29. 117. Exeter, Jos. of, '32. 58.

population of (1821), '29. 81 ; population and representation of, '33. 60; difference of time between, and London, '31. 15; Acts, viz., Branch Bank of England at, '33. 111; Bridge Act, '36. 207; Gas Light Act, '37. 220; Commercial Gas Light and Coke Company, further Act, '39. 212; Improvement Act, '33. 209; Canal Improvement Act, '30. 232; Markets Removal Act, '35. 219; Amendment Act, '41. 217; Petty Customs, equalization, &c., Act, '41. 218; Road Alteration Act, '42. 195 ; Turnpike Roads Act, '41. 220; Water Act, '34. 203; amendment, '36. 208; further amendment, '41. 217; Water-Works Act, '34. 205; port of, customs duty collected at, in the year ending 5th Jan., 1837, 38. 175; the same in years ended 5th Jan. 1837 and 1838, '39. 191; the same in the year 1838, '40. 187; the same during 1839, '41. 188; the same in 1840, '42. 164.

diocese of, number of Sunday schools in the, in 1820, 29. 95; number of parishes, benefices, and churches and chapels

in, and population of (1834), '85. 126 ; revenues of bishop, of cathedral, and of benefices ; sums paid to curates; in whom patronage of benefices vested; and other particulars relating to same

(1835), '36. 82–89. Exeter and Bristol Railway Act,

'37. 222; amendment Act, 41. 220; further Act, '42. 196 ; Railway, account of, '38. 63, 64; '41. -74; main line, its total length, and extent of same, opened up to 1841, '42. 57; further particulars relating to same, id. 71, 72; Railway Branches Act, '39. 214; Exeter and Crediton Railway Act, '33. 211; Railway, particulars of,

'41. 72. Exeter 'Change removed, '30. 238;

mepagerie, removal of, '33. 214, 215.

Hall, near completion of, '91. 215; great meeting at, for relief of starving Irish, '32. 238.

Street, fall of houses in, '29. 244. Exhalation from the earth, its im

portance, '30. 76; instrument for measuring the quantity of, id. 76,

77. Exmouth, Lord, dies, '34. 241.

Market Regulation Act, *39. 212; amendment Act, '42. 195.

and Littleham, population of, '33. 60. Exon, Joseph, '31. 68. Exoneretur, when it may be en

tered, '28. 156. “ Expedition of Alexander, "'32. 49. “ Expedition of Ighor," '33. 76. Expenditure, net public, of the

United Kingdom, for the year ending 5th of Jan. 1828, '28. 163. “Experiment,” shipwreck of the,

33. 229. Expiation, fast of, '28. 14. Explanation of signs used in mathe

matical operations, to denote the relation of numbers, magnitudes, and quantities, '28. 104–106. “ Explanations of the Bible," "32.

Explosion of the “ Earl Grey".

steam-packet, '36. 246; on board the “Meteor," '35. 255; of steamvessel-boiler at Hull, '38. 245 ; of steam boiler at Mold Green, '42. 241; at Springwell coalmine, *31. 211; at Thorseley colliery, '12. 211;. at Wellington

colliery, id. 288. Explosive projectile, invented by

Mr. Wamer, mentioned, '42. 184,

185. Explosive substances, sending or

throwing with intent to maiin, &c., punishment for, 1837 (7 W.

IV. & 1 Vict. c. 85), '38. 159. Exponent, definition and sign of an,

'28. 106. Exportation, restrictions on: table

of goods which may be prohibited to be exported by proclamation or order in council,

34. 134. Exports and Imports. Account of

the value of imports into, and exports from, Great Britain and Ireland during each of the years 1825, 1826, and 1827, '28. 167; value of the principal articles exported from, and imported into, Great Britain for the year ending 5th Jan. 1827, id. ib. 167; an account of the official value of British and Irish produce and manufactures, and of foreign and colonial produce and manufactures, exported from Great Britain, distinguishing the several countries; together with the imports into Great Britain from the same countries, for the year ending

5th Jan. 1827, id. 166. Exports. Quantities and declared

value of British and Irish produce and manufactures exported in 1828, :31. 176, 177; to the se. veral countries of tbe world in 1828, '31. 177, 178; official value of, for the year ended 5th Jan. 1831, '32. 176 ; exported in 1830, '33. 178, 179; exported to several countries in the proportions named in 1830, '33. 179, 180; quantities and declared value of British produce, &c., exported in 1831, *34. 157, 158; in the years ending 5th Jan. 1833 and 1834, '35. 173;

in years ending 5th Jan. 1834 and 1835, 436. 156; British manufactures and produceValue of exports in years ending Stha Jan. 1835 and 1836, '37. 161, 162; the same in the years ending 3th Jan. 1836, 1837, and 1838, '39. 182, 183; the same, and the quantities thereof, in the year 1838, 40, 180; the same in 1839, '41. 187; declared value of Bri. tish and Irish produce, and ma. nufactures exported from the United Kingdom, and places to which exported, in 1827, 1830, 1833, 1834, and 1835, '37. 159 162; in 1836, '38. 173, 174; in 1836 and 1637, 39. 189; in 1838, 40. 181; in 1839, '41. 187, 188; in 1840, '42. 162;: British and Irish produce, value of, exported to Germany from 1830 to 1837, '39. 190; to the United States from 1827 to 1831, '38. 174; in 1836, 38. 174, 175; to the East Indies, China, and Mauritius, in 1826,1827, and1828, 29. 192; account of the declared value of goods exported from Great Britain to the East Indies and China, and the Mauritius, in the year ending 5th Jan. 1829, :30. 208; to China, from 1818 to 1832, '31. 162; foreign and colonial merchandize exported from the United Kingdom, value of, in the years ending 5th Jan. 1834 and 1835, '36. 156 ; to: foreign parts in the years ending. 5th Jan. 1835, 1836, '37. 162; amount of, to western Australia, 1834, '36. 182; Ireland, tonnage and value of, from, iu. 1825 and 1835, '39. 188, 189.

of beer. Quantity of, exported in 1832 from Eugland, Scotlaud, and Ireland, '34. 178; and to what countries, in 1833, 35. 184, 185; number of barrels in 1831, and amount of drawback on same, '36. 167.

of brass and copper manu. factures in 1838, and to wbat. countries, '40. 183.

of butter and cheese. Quan tity and value of, in 1836,'38. 178.

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