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1840, '42. 155; quantity received at and delivered from the Bank of England in each quarter of 1833, '35. 172; in 1834 and 1835, '37. 156; in 1834, 1835, and 1836, '38. 171 ; the same in the years 1835, 1836, and 1837,

'39. 180. Gold plate, old, intended for pri

vate use, duty on (1836),'37. 128; (Scotland), Act regulating standard, assay and marking of (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 69), id. 130; and silver plate, wrought, amount of duty on, in 1826 and 1832, '34. 166; duty on, in 1835 and 1836, '38. 197; stamps on, amount of in 1837, '39. 178; the same in 1838, '40.173.

and silver foreign coins, account of, and of their intrinsic and relative value (1829), *30. 102–111.

dust robbery, trials of the Caspars for, '40. 259. Gold plant, '29. 64. Goldast, M., '31. 72; '32. 64. “ Golden ass,” '32. 53.

bell-flower, '31. 38.

bull, German constitution of the, '31. 44,

chain, '29. 65.
crested wren, '29. 30.

cross, Charing-cross, completion of, '33. 213.

number, the, why so called, 28. 6.

square, fire near, '36. 241. 66 Golden

verses, Goldfinch, the, '28. 36. Goldoni, 28. 61; '31. 76 ; '32. 57. Goldsmid, L., created a Barouet,

'42. 242. Goldsmith, O., '31. 76; '32. 62. Goldsmith's-hall, preparations for

the new, '31. 219; description of, '33. 216; completion of, further description of, '36. 231-233. Goldsmiths' and Jewellers' Annuity

Institution, '30. 148. Golikoff, '31. 77; '32. 76. Goluis, '31.73; '32. 73. Gomershall, population of, 33.77. Gompholobium grandiflorum, '31.

40.

Gonepteryx rhamni, '29. 33, 41,
Gongora, L., '31.73 ; '32.71.
Good Friday, '28. 11; called by the
Saxons Long Friday, id. ib.

notice of dishonour of bills and notés falling due on, "28.

149, 150. Good Hope, CAPE OP, see CAPE OF

Good HOPE. Goodenia grandiflora, '31.40; ovata,

id. ib. Goodia latifolia, 31. 40; pubescens,

id, ib. Goods, obtaining, under false pretences, punishment for, '28. 138.

unlawfully detained, power to order the delivery up of,'40.161.

- removal of, see New Police Act, '40. 155. Goodwin, Francis, dies, '36. 108. Goodyear, Jos., dies, '40. 141. Goole, port of, ship, barge, and

other docks, and improvements at, described, '30. 241, 242; abstract of the Customs' relurns at the port of, from April 1828, to July 1829, id. 121; Customs' duty received at, in the year ending 5th January, 1837, 38. 175; the same in the years ended 5th January, 1837 and 1838, '39. 191 ; the same during 1839, '41. 188; the same during 1840, '42.

164. Gooseberry tree, '28. 32, 37. Gorbals Police Continuance Act,

'38. 211; statute labour in the barony of, Amendment Act, '32.

215. Gordon, Bernard, '31. 69; *32. 67.

square church, completion of, '32. 217. Gordonia Lasianthus, '29. 65. Gore hundred, rental of the parishes

in (1829), '29. 85. Gorey, population of, in 1821 and

1831, 34. 90. Gorgias, *31. 64; '32. 48. Goring, new church at, account of,

'39. 221; Bridge Act, '38. 210. Gorion, Joseph ben, '32. 47. Gorionides, '31. 66. Gornicki, Lacas, '31.71; '32.75. Gorpiæus, a Macedonian month, '30.

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Gort, population of, in 1821 and Government annuities, origin and 1831, '34. 92.

explanation of, '32. 90, 92: Gosford, Earl, Governor-in-Chief

buildings in progress of Canada, opens parliament of and erected in 1829, 30. 233 Lower Canada, '36. 249.

237; proceedings in 1830, 31. Gosport, population of (1821), '29. 214, 215.

81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, “ Governor Penner," the, run down '33. 63; Bridge Act, '35. 219; by the “ Nottingham," '42. 236. new market, 29. 181; branchi Governor-General of India, the

railway, particulars of, '41. 80. office of, established, '32. 32. Gossamer, the, '28. 40; '29. 42; Gower, John, '31. 68; '32. 59.

how produced, '28. 40: Henry | Gozzi, G., '31. 76 ; '32. 57. Mure's allusion to the, '29. 42; Gracchus, Caius, killed, '28. 53. Spenser's allusion to, id. ib.

Tiberius, murder of, '28. “ Gotha, Almanac de," referred to,

53. 29. 694.

Graduating engine, Hivdley, *29. “Chron, de," '32. 69.

60. fire at, “ Petite Chateau" Grærius, J. G. '31.73; '32. 73. burnt, '39. 249.

Grāfenbagen, Prussian league, '42. Göthe, '31. 76; '32. 65.

112. Gothic translation of the Bible, '28. Gragnano. land slip at, '40. 236. 55.

Grah, explanation of, '30. 30. Goths in Thessaly, '28. 55; take Graham, clock, horizontal escapethe eastern part of Dacia, id. 54. ment dead-beat, '29. 61. “ History of the," '32.: 54;

George, his invention of “ and Swedes, History of," idl. the compensating pendulum de. 74.

scribed, '12. 28. Gottenburg, consul at, his salary

Sir James, First Lord of (1828), '31. 180.

the Admiralty, '31. 240; his moGottingen in Hanover, insurrection tion to revise pensions from the at, '32. 235.

Cron, ill. 198; resigns. '35.
University, '28. 61.

206, 25%; his conduct relating Gottschalk, '31. 66 ; '32. 63.

to the Tamworth petition ques. Gottsched, J. C., '31.71; '32. 65.

tioned in the House of Commons, Gotz, '31. 76: '32. 65.

'12. 188, 189.
Alfred, dies, '39. 141.

Graham's Club, '30. 160.
Götze, J. A. E., '31. 76; 32. 65. Graham's Town molested by the
Gough, Sir Hugh, commands at the Caffres, '36. 239.
attack on Canton, '42. 238. Grahaparivrithi, cycle of, '30. 26.

Mr., and Mr. Bornieu, ar Graigue, population of, in 1821 and
chitects of St. Pancras school, id. 1831, 31. 90.
228.

Grain (French), its weight, '30. 118.
Goulburn, Mr., Chancellor of the Grainı, Troy, '28. 98, 99.
Exchequer, '29. 234.

Grain, com, &c., exports of, value Gourdon Harbour, further Act, '42. of. in 1834 and 1835, 37. 161, 197.

162; the same in 1835, 1836, and Gourock Pier Act, '36. 211.

1837, 39. 182. Gout, deaths from, within the Bills Grain, quantity of, brought into the of Mortality, in 1827, '29. 110.5 port of London in 1836, '38. 183;

Abernethy's remedy against, British, average prices of, in 1835 35. 34.

and 1836, id. ib.; quantities Govan, population of, '33. 85.

and descriptions of foreign land and Polloc Railway, par

colonial, cleared for consumption ticulars of, '41. 70.

and remaining in warehouse in Govea, A., '31.71 ;'32. 70.

1933 an:) 1834, '36. 176; quan

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tity consumed by distillers in 1833, 1834, and 1835, '37. 173; foreign and colonial, average duty on, and prices of, in 1833 and 1834, '36. 177; and Irishi

, quantity im. ported of all descriptions in 1834 and 1835,'37. 172; foreign and colonial, quantity imported, cleared for consumption, &c., and average rate of duty on foreign, in 1835 and 1836, '38. 182; amount of duty on, in 1835 and 1836, id. 183; average duty on, and prices of British grain, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 173; exports of, from Ireland in 1825 and 1835, '39. 188; Irish, quantity imported, in 1835 and 1836, '38. 183; quan: tities and description of, imported from Ireland, the colonies, and fo. reign countries, in 1833 and 1834, 36. 176 ; see further CORN,

WHEAT. Grainger, Mr., his plan of the com

market at Newcastle, '38. 238,

239. Gram, Hans, '31.75; '32. 75. Grammar schools, abuse of funds of,

mentioned, ?:10. 205; Act for improving the condition and extending the benefits of (3 and 4 Vict. c. 77), '41. 161-163; other than the dead languages taught in, id.

ib. Gramme (French), its weight, '30.

113. Grammes, their proportion to penny

weights (dwts), *30. 102. Grampound Road Act, '37. 222. Granada conquered by Ferdinand I.

28. 59; earthquakes at, id. 67,

69, Granard, population of, in 1821 and

1831, '34. 90. Granberg, '31. 79; '32. 75.

P. A., dies, '42. 124. Grand Alliance, the, '31. 49.

Collier Docks Act, '38. 214.

Junction Canal, overflow of, 42. 235.

Junction Railway Act, *34. 207; Alteration Act, '35. 222; Alteration and Incorporation, &c. Act, '36. 209; Amendment Act, '39, 214; Railway, account and

partial opening of, and its receipts and profits, from July 1837, to June 1839, '40: 77; account of, and of its expenses, &o., '38. 48-53; particulars of, '41. 72; Act incorporating same with the Chester and Crewe Railway, id.

220. Grand Junction Water Works Com

pany further Act, '36.208; works, sources of, supply of, number of tenants, and quantity of supply (1829), *29. 104; amount and rate of sapply, &c. of water to London (1834), '35. 128.

juries in Ireland, Act to amend the laws relating to (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 78), '34. 138, 139;* Act to remove doubts in, as to road presentments for repairs (5 and 6 W.IV.c. 31), '36. 120; power to examine witnesses on oath, '39. 150; Grand Jury Cess Bill rejected, '41. 209.

Vizier, the dignity abolished, '39. 249. Grandfather liable for support of

pauper grandchild, '35. 155. Grandmother liable for support of

pauper grandchild, '35. 155. Grangemouth, port of, customs duty

received at, in year ending 5th January, 1837,'38. 175; the same in the years ended 5th January, 1837 and 1838, 39. 191; the same in the year 1838, '40. 187; the same during 1839, '41. 188;

the same during 1840, '42. 164. Granger, James, '31. 74; '32. 61. Granicus, battle of the, '28. 52. Granilla, duty on (1832), '33. 191;

exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 162; import of, value

of, in 1834 and 1835, id. 163. Grant, Dr., his discovery of the eggs of sponges, '30. 47.

Mr. Charles, President of the Board of Trade, '29. 234; President of the Board of Control, '31. 240; his resolutions and proposal of corn duty on average, '39. 85 ; created Lord Glenelg, '36. 243.

Mr. Robert, Judge Advocate General, '31. 240; his Jewish Relief Bill rejected, id. 204; his

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resolution in favour of the Jews, Gravitation, law of, observations on, '31. 190.

*38. 29; law of explained, "28. Grant, Sir Robert, meeting for erect 41, 42; the only influence of the ing a monument to, '40. 231. celestial bodies on the earth, id.

of Laggan, Mrs., dies, '39. 21; principle of, referred to by 142.

Pliny, Kepler. and others, '30. Mrs., ber mention of the su 49, 50 ; remarks on, by Wallis, perstitions of the Highlands con quoted, id. 30. cerning weather, *29. 10.

Gravity, centre of, Archimedes,
Grantham, population of (1821), *29. "29.61.

81; population and representa Gray, Thomas, '31. 76; *32. 62;
tion of, '33. 67; Smail Debts his mistake concerning the Owl,
Act, '40. 215; Spittlegate church 29. 34.
at, account of, '41. 231, 232.

Mr., electricity, lightning,
Granular form of hoar-frost, '31. 29. 60.
36.

and Hopkins, Messrs., archiGrape, fox, '29. 67.

tects of the Eastern Institution, Grapes, duty on (1829), '30. 204; 39. 228. see furtber, FRUITS.

Gray's-Inn, rental of (1829), *29. Grass, '28. 35.

85; progress of the building of of Parnassus, '29. 38; sponta the library, &c., '41. 239; acneous movement of its stamens, count of the same completed, '42. id. ib.

232. Grass week, '28. 12.

Road, new church in, deGrass-leaved oristea, '31. 37; styli termined on, '31. 214 ; account dium, id. 43.

of, '38. 218, 219; completion of, Grassi, Joseph, dies, '39. 141.

and observations on, '39. 222.. Gratian, '31. 68; '32. 54.

Grazzini, A. F., :31. 70; '32. 56. Graunt, his observations on the Bills Greasley, population of, '33. 70. of Mortality, '35. 28.

Great Bircham, riot at, '36. 245. Grave, The,” '32. 61.

“ Great Book of Precepts," '32. 47. Gravel, treatment of the disease, '35. Great Britain, population of, in 35, 36.

1811, 1821, and 1831, '33. 57— Gravesande, '31. 75 ; '32. 73.

SS; summary of same in 1821, Gravesend, population of, '33. 64; distinguishing the sexes, id. 88,

Cemetery Act, '39. 211; Pier 89; extent, population, and miliImprovement Bill, '29. 183; Pier tary force of, in 1828, '28. '71; and Improvement Act, '34. 207 ; and her colonies, extent and posailing and steam boats to, ac pulation of, in 1828, ill. 73; count of, '38. 110; number of Great Britain and Ireland, ex. visitors to, from London in 1835, tent, population, and military and id. ib.; almshouses, intended, ac naval force of, and extent and count of, '37.246; bell at, rung population of same, with its coloat first flood, '28. 158; steam nies (1831), '33. 51-56; Great boat burnt in the Thames, '38. Britain, population and sovereign 247; jetty destroyed and replaced, of (1836), '36. 107; and Ireland, '34. 228, 229; Royal Terrace increase of inhabitants in, '29.78, Garden, account of, '37. 245, 79; Great Britain, number of 246; number of passengers to,

Jews in (1829), '30. 100; proby the Blackwall" Railway, in portion of the revenue, debt, army, 1811, '42. 66.

navy, and representation to its and Milton, lighting, &c. population (1829),

id.

ib; Act, '34.. 204; Improvement History of,“ '32. 57—60. Amendment Act, '41, 216.

Great Budworth Ecclesiastical Dis Gravina, '31. 74; '32. 57.

trict, '35. 230.

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" Great Decisions, The," by Simeon

Hegara, '32. 46.
Great-flowered Banksia, '31. 37;

gazania, id. 40; gompholobium,
id. ib.; heath, id. 39; bermannia,
id. 40; mirbelia, id. 41.
- Givendale Enclosure, '34. 203.

Horwood Enclosure Act, '42. 191.

Leinster and Munster Railway Act, '38. 213; further Act, '42. 197 ; Railway, particulars of, '41. 80. -Marlow Church Act, '32. 215.

Milton Enclosure Act, '41. 215.

Munster and Leinster Railway, particulars of, '41. 80.

North of England Railway Act, '37. 223; Amendment Act, '40. 217; further Act, '42. 197; Railway, same opened, '42. 235 ; particulars of, '41. 76 ; its total length, and extent of same opened up to 1841, id. 57; expenses of same, id. 70, 71.

Clarence and Hartleford Railways, Act for making a railway to connect, '38. 212; Railway, particulars of, '41. 78.

Queen-street, Lincoln's-innfields, account of froutage of Wesleyan chapel in, '42. 213.

Seal, or Privy Seal, forgery of, high treason, and punished with death ( 1 W. IV. c. 66), '31. 157.

Shelford Enclosure and Tithe Act, '35. 217.

Torrington and Castle Hill Commons Junction Act, '36.210.

Warley Enclosure Act, '39. 209.

Western Railway Bill defeated, '35. 222; Act, '36. 210; alteration Act, '37. 222; further Act, '40. 217; Railway, account and partial opening of, '39. 123, 124; further opening of, '40. 86; account of, up to 1837, '38. 5961; particulars of, '41. 74; further opening of,'41. 93; particulars of, id. 71; same opened, and expense of its construction, '42. 240; its total length and extent opened since Nov. 1840, id. 56 ;

further particulars relating to, and

its expenses, '42. 62–64.2 Great Western Union and Chelten

ham Railway, particulars of, '41. 76 ; its total length, and extent of same opened up to 1841, '42. 57;

further particulars of same, id. 71. “ Great Western" steam-ship, pas.

sage of, between New York and London,'39.97; its dimensions and machinery, id. 101, 102; arrives at New York, id. 250; her passage in twelve days and a half, id. 251.

Yarmouth, St. Peter's church at, account and view of, '35. 226, 227, 229; altar-piece at, id. 229; Haven Improvement Act, '36. 211; election, witness before the committee on, committed,'35.199;

witness committed, '36. 199, 200. Greathead, Robert, '37. 22; bis

works, id. 24. Grécourt, J. B., '31. 75; '32. 68. Greece, a Roman province, 28. 63.

extent and population of (1831), '33. 51; population and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107; provisional government of, '28. 66 ; seeks the aid of England, id. 67; national assembly of, id. 68 ; '29.234; national bank of, id. ib.; various transactions relating to the state of, 29. 235; affairs of, id. 236; divided into seven provinces, id. 237; treaty for settling the affairs of. '31. 61; acknow. ledged by the Porte, id. 235; president of, assassinated, '32. 240 ; martial law declared in, '34. 249; crown of, refused by the Prince of Saxe Coburg, '31. 205,236; Otho, king of, arrives in Greece, '34. 241 ; order of “ The Saviour" established in, '34. 245; new ministry formed in, '42. 240.

and Turkey, debate on the affairs of, '29. 203.

Description of,” '32. 49; “ History of," id. 62.

trade with, coals, quantity of, exported to, in 1833, '35. 186; cotton, quantity imported from, from 1831 to 1834, '36. 168; cotton goods, British, quantity and value of exports to, in 1833

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