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Exports of coals, culm, and cinders. value of, in 1835, 37. 168; madu

Quantity of, exported in 1830, factures and yarn, value of, in 1831, and 1832, 34. 166 ; coals, 1835 and 1836,'38. 177; in 1838, quantity of, exported in 1833, and to what countries, '40. 183. and to what countries, and amount | Bsports of machinery. Value of exof duty on same, '35. 186 ; in ported from 1824 to 1829, '31. 1834 and 1835, 37. 170 ; coals, 191; and mill-work, value of, in culm, and cinders, quautity and 1836, '38. 178; in 1838, and to value of, in 1836, '38 178 ; in what countries, '40. 183. 1837, '39. 192;. in 1840, '42. of paper. Quantity of ex163.

ported in the years 1831, 183, of copper in 1840, '42. 164. and 1833, -35. 185.. of coffee, quantity exported

of pewter and tin wares in in 1827, 29. 194.

1838, and to what countries, '40. of cotton manufactured goods, and cotton twist and yarng.

of rum from Great Britain. from 1818 to 1826, 29. 192.; to different countries, from Jan. account of the exports of cotton 5, 1829, to Jan. 5, 1830, '31. 186;, goods, from 1815 to 1830 in. from Ireland in 1829, '31. 186. clusive, with duties and drawn

of salt, quantity and valae backs on printed goods esported, of, in 1836, '38. 178, '31. 180; quantity and declared

of silk goods, amount of . value of cotton goods in 1832 Britisb manufactured in the years and to what countries, '35. 178; 1826, 1827, and 1828, '30. 214;... cotton goods, British, value of, in of silk and silk manufactures in, 1835, '37. 167; in 1833 and 1834, 1829, '31. 188, 189; goods, value '36. 169; in 1835, '37. 167; in of, from 1820 to 1833, '35. 179; 1838, '10. 182; India trade in in 1835, '37.168; 1835 and 1836, cotton goods, increase of exporto '38. 177; in 1838, and to what from 1814 to 1831, '34. 167, 168. countries, '40. 183; drawback

of cutlery and hardwares in paid on exportation of British ma. 1838, and to what countries, '40. nufactured silk goods in 1832, 183.

'31. 168. of earthenware in 1836, '38.

of soap, quantity of, in 1830 178.

and 1831, '33. 181; in 1831 and of glass, quantity and value, 1832, '31. 164; in 1834, '36. 171. in 1836, '38. 178.

of
soap

and candles, quan. of hardware and cutlery, tity and value of, in 1836, '38. British, quantity and declared va 178. lue of, exported from 1825 to 1831,

of steel and iron in 1838, '33. 185; value of, in 1835, '37. and to what countries, '40. 183. 168; in 1836, 38. 177; in 1838,

of sugar, quantity of raw and to what countries, '40..183. and refined, from Great Britain

of hops, quantity of, and (1827), '29.,194. amount of duty on same in 1838,

of tin aud pewter wares in 35. 185.

1838, and to what countries, '40. of iron, British, quantity of, in 1830 and 1831, '33. 185.

of wool and woollen, quanof iron and steel in 1838, ties and declared value of British and to what countries, '40. 183. in 1826 to 1828, '29. 192; sheep

of leather, value of in 1836, and lambs' wool, and woollen and '38. 178.

worsted yarn, quantity of, and ra: Irish linen cloth, value and lue of woollen manufactures of, in number of yards of, in 1827, 29. 1820 to 1832, '34. 167 ; wool, 192.

British, and woollen and worsted of linen, linen yarn, &c., yarn, quantity of, in 1833, '35.

183.

176; voolleu manufactures, value Factories, cotton, wool, silk, and of, in 1835, '37. 167; in 1835 flax. number of, in the United and 1836, '38. 177; woollen and Kingdom, and number and ages woollen yarn in 1838, and to of persons employed therein, and what countries, '40. 183; of hours of labour and average num• woollen manufactures in 1840, ber of labourers in each factory

and to wbat countries, '42. 161. (1835), '36. 181, 182. Esposed goods during manufacture, Factories, Act to regulate the labour punishment for stealing, 28. 132.

of children and young persons in “Esposition du Systême du Monde," mills and, of the United Kingdom referred to, '30. 49.

(3 and 4 W.IV.c. 103), '34. 145, External navigation, '29. 182, 183. 146 ; Act to explain and amend Estort money by threats, punish same (4 W. IV. c. 1), '35. 129. ment for (1828), 28. 131; ex.

inspectors, motion relattorting money by letter, punish ing to their being spies, '41. 211. ment for, *28. 131 ; extorting by

children in, commission threats of accusation of unnatural of inquiry, motion for, carried, crimes, punishment for, 1837 '34. 190; ages of, and number of (7 W'. IV. and i Vict. c. 87), hours of their labour (1835), '36. 38. 160, 161.

181; debate relating to, 37. 201. Eye, population and representation Factory, the, at Canton, its priviof, '33. 73.

leges, 31. 124. Eye, structure of, Petit, '29. 63. Fadlallah, '31. 69; '32. 78.

Roral Infirmary for Diseases “ Fædera,” '32. 60. of the, *30. 141; Infirmary, Kent " Faery Queen,” '32. 59. and Surrey General, id. 82. Fagoon, a Hindustani month, '30.

and Ear, Surrey and South 25. wark Infirmary for curing Dis Fagus ferruginea, '29. 65. eases of the, id. 1.

Fahrenheit, bis thermometer, '28.61; Eyemouth Harbour Improvement 29. 63; his graduation of the Act, '40.218.

thermometer preferred by the EngEylau, battle of, '28. 63.

lish, and where English is spoken, Ezekiel, '31. 64; 32. 46.

'30. 90. Ezra, '31. 64; '32. 46.

Failsworth, population of, '33. 65. Abrabam Aben, '32. 47. Fairfax, E., '31. 72; '32. 60. Moses Aben, *32. 47.

Fairman, Colonel, called to the bar

of the House of Commons, '36. 201; ordered into custody, but

not taken, idha ib. F.

Fairs, booths in, when they may be

opened, '40. 154. FABER, Basil, '31. 70; '32. 64. Faith, army of the, '28. 65. “ Fable of the Bees," '32. 61. Falcand, or falcandus, '31. 68; '32. Fabre, Sarier, dies, '38. 128.

54. Fabricia lævigata, '31. 39.

Falck, Dr., steam-engine, '29. 63. Fabricius, '31. 70, 72, 74.

Falco milvus, '29. 40.
G., '32. 64.

Falconer, Dr., bis observation on the
J., id. 56.

use of copper and brass saucepans, J. A., ich. 66.

'36. 30. Fabroni, '31. 76; '32. 57.

Falczi, peace of, '31. 50. Fabyan, '31. 70.

Falgoon, a Bengalee month, '30. 26. R., '32. 59.

Falkirk, Stirling, population of Facio, clock, pivot holes, '29. 61. (1821), *29. 83; population and Factor or agent, unlawful pledging representation of,'33. 87; Railway

of goods by, punishment for, '28. Act, '39. 214. 138.

Falkland Isles discovered, '30. 95;

pay, id. ib.

confirmed to Great Britain, '31.

53. Falkland, Lord, opens the Legisla

ture of Nova Scotia, '42. 236. Fall of the leaf,'28.40; '29.41-43;

its cause, id. 42. Fall-cloud, '30. 81. Fallax veris nuncius, '29. 33. , Falling bodies, Galileo, *29. 62. Fallon, Colonel, the returns of the

Geographical Board of Vienna,

edited by, '29. 77. Falmouth, population of (1821),"29.

81; population and representation of, '33. 59; difference of time between, and London, '31. 14.

port of, customs duties received at, in 1833, '35. 173; collected at, in 1836, '36. 157; the same in the years ending 5th Jan. 1835 and 1836, '37. 164;

the same, in 1840, '42. 164. Falopio, or Falopius, '31.70; '32. 56. False entries in registers, how punish

able (1 W. IV. c. 66), '31. 161. False lights, holding out, to ships,

punishment fur (1827), "28. 143; hanging out, to cause shipwreck, punishable with death, 1837 ý W. IV. and 1 Vict. c. 89), '88.

161. False pretences, obtaining goods un

der, punishment for, '28. 138. Falster, Ch., '31. 75; '32. 75. Families, number of, in Great Bri

tain, '28. 84 ; number of, and how employed, in each county in England, in 1801, 1811, 1821, and 1831, '34. 81–87; number of, in the islands of the British seas,' 28. 81; number of, in London, and

how occupied, '28. 86, 87. Family compact of the Bourbons,

'28. 62; 31. 52. Family Endowment Society Act,

37. 218. Famine in Bengal, '32. 31 ; in Ire

land, subscription to relieve, '32.

238; at Madras, '32. 36. Fancourt, Major, his motion to abo

Jish military flogging, '37. 196. « Fanny" sloop, wrecked, '29. 233. Fantoni, '31. 74. Farebam, population of, '33. 63;

chapel at, '35. 230; one built and

endowed by the Rev. Sir H.

Thompson, Bart., '37. 229. Fares to Watermen on the Thames

settled by the Court of Aldermen, 28. 158; penalty on watermais on the Thames for refusing a fare, '28. 159; penalty od party refusing to

legal, demanding more, pen nalty, '32. 150; refusing to pay, id. ib.; other regulations as to, id. ib.; and see further 1 and 2

Vict. c. 79, '39. 158_160. Farey, Mr., his evidence on patente

referred to, '30. 123, 128. Faria e Sousa, Man. de, '32.71.. Faringdon Road Act, '42. 195...

ward without, proposed houses for the poor in, '42. 237. Farmers, their antipathy to change, '35. 61.

riding horses, duty on, and exemption from, explained, '36. 130.

and General Fire and Life Insurance and Loan Annuity Son

ciety Act, '41. 215. Farm-houses, number of, exempt

from the inhabited house tax in the several couuties of England and Wales, for the year ending 5th of April, 1830, '32. 106, 107; when exempt from assessed taxes,

'35. 151. Farming accounts, method of keep ing, '28. 124, 125.

stock Insurances, stamp on, repealed (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 23), '34. 116; insurances 01), amounts insured in each office in England

in 1834, '36. 179, 180. Farnborough and Riverhill Road

Act, '37.221. Farnham, population of (1821), '29.

81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33.

73. Farquhar, Geo., '31. 74; '32.60. Farr, Mr., his report of the results

of the first and second quarters' registration of deaths, '40. 3151; his tables of the causes of mortality in England and Wales (1837), '40. 29–51; in 1838,

41.21–24. Farringdon, population of, '33. 57.

Farringdon street and market com

menced, '30. 240, 241 ; street opened, '31.216; continuation of, to Clerkenwell-green, Act for, '41.

216. Farthings coined in 1834, '36. 153;

value of, coined in 1834 and 1835, 37. 155; in 1836 and 1837, '39. 181; number of, coined from

1816 to 1840, '42. 155. Fast, general, motion for appoint

ment of, '33. 196; is kept in England, id. 229; kept in the General Assembly on account of the state of the Church of Scotland, '42.

240.. Fasts and festivals, Jewish calendas

of, '29. 16.." “ Fasti Capitolini,” '32.52 Father liable for support of pauper

child, '35. 155. “ Father of the country" in Rome,

'28.53. Fathom, origin of the measure, '30.

111. Fauvel, dies, '39. 14). Favart, '31. 77; '32.69 Faversham, population of, '33. 64;

Oyster Fishery Company Act, '41.

216. Fayal, vice-consul at; bis salary (1828), 31. 18L.

WINE; see WIXES, FOREIGN. Fea, Albate Carlo, dies, '37. 110. Feathered phylica, '31. 42. Feathers, duty on (1836), '37. 128;

ostrich, duty on (1829), '30. 204; for beds, duty on (1829), id.

199. February added to the year, '30. 7;

month of, description of the natural appearances of, in England, 28. 32; observations of a naturalist on, '29. 30-32; '30. 37,

38. Federation of Venezuela, the, '31.

57. . Fees in courts of common law regu

lated (1 W. IV. c. 68), '31. 153. Felatabs, empire of the; its extent,

population, sovereign, capital, religions, and army, in 1828, 29.

74, 75. Feleki, '32. 78. Felon may be tried in a place other

tban that in which he steale, '28.

142. Felonies, what offences are, '30. 134. Felony and misdemeanour, digo tinction between, "28. 131+.

punishment for compounding, 28. 139; bail allowed for (5 & 6 W.IV. c. 33), '36. 121; constables suspecting persons have or are about to commit, may apprehend them, '40. 155 ; personer tried for may be defended by counsel, '37. 147; ou trials for, if offences would include an assault, jury may find guilty of assault, 38. 160.

committals for, to the New Bailey, Salford, from. 1809 to

1827, '29. 2004 Feltham, rental of the parish of

(1829), '29. 85. Female clothing, observations on, '29. 121, 122.

Friendly Society and Asy. lum, '30. 144.

Friendly Union Society, '30. 145.

Prisoners, British Society for the Reformation of, '30. 150. Females, number of, christened

within the bills of mortality in 1827, 29. 110.

number of, buried within the bills of mortality in 1827, id, ib.

settlers, free, arrive in. Sydney, '35. 252. Femunes, ancient Arabic for Thurs

day, '30. 21. Fences, damaging, punishment for,

28. 145; stealing, punishment for, '28. 136; rails, &c., fixed to buildings, punishment for steal

ing, '28. 137. Fen, Drayton, Enclosure Act, '39.

209. Fenelon, '31. 75 ; '32. 68 Fennel-leaved petrophila, '31. 42. Fenton and Hen Heath Road Act,

'41.219. Fenny Stratford, improvements, at

(1831), '32. 234. Feodore, Princess, marries Prince:

Hohenlohe Langenbourg, "29. 234.

Ferdinand I. conquers Granada, "28. Act, '33.211; further Act, '39. 59.

214; railway, particulars of, '41: VII. restored, '28. 64 ; 70. '31. 58; resumes despotism, '28. Festival days, weather of, absurdly 66.

supposed to have influence on the “ Ferdinand and Isabella," biogra weather at distant days, 29. 10.. phy of, '32. 70.

Festivals, fixed, of the Church of.. Ferduci or Ferdusi, *31. 67 ; '32. England, for which officers are 78.

appointed, '30. 34 ; not observed Fère Champenoise, battle of, '28.04. by the Churcb of England, disFerguson, Ř., 31. 76 ; '32. 62. tinguishing those important to be Fergusson, Mr. R. Cutlar, dies, '40. known, as regulating terms of law 254.

and payment of rent, or forming Ferishta, '32. 79.

anniversaries of national observ. Fermanagh, population of, in 1821

ance, id. ib. 35. and 1831, '34. 92; electors, num Festus Avienus, '32. 53. ber of, in, in 1834, '37. 182; high

P., '31..65.. sheriff of, removed, '42. 242; his Fethard, population of, in 1821 and conduct condemned, id. ib.

1831, '34. 91., Fermat. Diophantine problems,:29. Fetid hellebore, poisonous properties 00.

of, and remedies against, '28. 119. Fermoy, Cork, population of (1821), Fetter-Jane, fire in, and loss of life,

"29. 83; in 1821 and. 1831, 34. '31. 235.
91 ; encounter with the military Fetteresso, population of, '33. 85.
at, '29. 241, 242.

Feudal system in France, '28. 56..., Fern-bush, sweet,'29. 64.

Fever, treatment of, remarks on, Ferns, Bishop of his revenue in

'39.33;

deaths from, within the 1831, '34. 179.

bills of mortality in 1827, *29. and Ossory, bishoprics united, 110; prevalence of, in the metro '36. 246.

polis, 40.43. Feroe Island discovered, '30. 93; Fevers frequently produced by the

extent and population of, in 1828, suppression of insensible perspi28. 70.

ration, '29. 119. Ferrandus, Fulgentius, '32. 69.

malignant, their appearances Ferrari, Carlo, his murderers ese similar to poisoning, '28. 124. cuted, '33. 228.

Fever hospital, London, '30. 140. Louis, Biquadratics, '29.55. Fever hospitals in Ireland (1830),

M, his improvement in the '31. 113; admissions into, a test manufacture of varnishes, "28. of amount of distress, id. ib.; 181.

(Ireland), Act for establishing Ferreira, Ant., '32. 70.

(2 W. IV. c. 9), '33. 124; Ferreras, '31. 75; '32 71.

Amendment Act (4 & 5 W. IV.. Ferreti, '31. 68 ; '32. 34.

C. 46), '35. 146, Ferrey, Mr. B., architect of the Few, Mr. Charles, his evidence on

Bournemouth improvements, "38. patents referred 10,•'30. 129. 240; of St. Peter's Church, Feyjoo, '32. 71. Compton Vallance, '40. 228; Fez and Morocco, number of Jews, of the Dorset County Hospital, in (1829), '30. 100. '41..250; of St. Mary's Church, Fiata in bankruptcy established Southwark, '42. 209.

(1 & 2 W. IV. c. 56), '32. 16%. Ferri, 31. 74.

Fichte, '31. 76;.'32. 66.. Ferries on the Thames, bow to be Ficino, 31. 70. regulated, '28. 138.

Fichtelgebirge mountains, heights of, Ferwardin, a Persian month, '30. 19. '33. 43; alphabetical index to Festiniog and Port Madock Railway

same, &c., id. 49–53.

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