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28.137; or factor, unlawful pledgo | Aikin, Mr. Charles, his observation ing of goods by, punishment for, ou the Vaccine Matter, '41. 58. id. 138.

Ailanıhus glandulosa, 29. 64. Aghan, a Hindustani month, '30. Aimoin, '32. 66. 25.

Ainger, W. A., architect of the North Agincourt, battle of, '28. 59.

London Hospital, '31. 216. Agis of Sparta, death of, '28. 52. Air, a coloured fluid, '30. 69; its Agobard, '31. 67; '32. 66.

composition, and properties of, Agostino, Ant., '31, 71; 32. 70. id. ib. 70; the medium of all Agrarian Law," "32. 12.

smells, id. 70; its importance to Agricola conquers Britain, 28. 54; life and healih, '28. 109, 110; defeats the Caledonians, id. ib. necessary for new-born infants,

Rud. '31.71 ; 32. 72. '29. 117; currents of, shown by Agriculture and the Arts, compara- the hygrometer, '28, 19; pressure

five estimate of the amount of of (Pascal), '29. 60, 63 ; (Torrianimate and inanimate force ap- celli), id. 63. plied to, in France and Great Air-pump, :28. 60; '32. 61; inBritain, 29. 86; Committee of vented (Guericke), 29.63 ; the Lords on the state of, '37.189; (Boyle), id. ib. number of families employed in, Airclrie, population of, '33. 85. in each county of England in Aire and Calder, Navigation Im. 1811, 1821, and 1831, '31. 86,

provements Bill, '29. 182. 87; fluctuations in the condition Airiug beds and bedding, '28. 112. of and protection to, at various Airy, Professor, his method of deter. times from 1463 to 1828, '39. mining the moon's map, '33. 9; 87; in Europe, Mr. Jacob's report his opinion on the mean distance on the state of, and on the trade and mean motion of Encke's in corn, 29. 126-128.

comet, id. 11; his observations on Agricultural population, crime

the moon, '31.6; his remarks on amongst, compared with same the value of “observations," *35. amongst manufacturing popula- 23; his substitute for the “going tion, '40.137-139; labourers in

fusee," '42. 32. Great Britain, proportion to the ma- Aitonia capensis, '31. 37. nufacturing labourers (1829), '29. Aix-la-Chapelle, Congress of, '28.

Labourers' Employment Act 65. (2 and 3 W. IV. cc. 95, 96), '33.

Convention of, 163, 164; occupations, number 31. 60. of persons engaged in,in each

Peace of, *28. county of England, Wales, and 60, 61. ; '31. 48, 52. Scotland (1834), '35. 73–103 ;

and Cologne Rail. interest, Committee of Inquiry

way openedl, 42. 242. into the State of, '37. 187; dis- Akenside, Mark, '31. 76; '32. 62; tress, Motion on, by the Marquis his allusion to the sun in the of Chandos, '37. 199; produce, early part of the year, '29. 30. setting fire to, punishment for Akermann, treaty of, '31. 61. (1837), *38. 162.

Akhalzik, victory at, by the Rus. Society of Ireland, siaus over the Turks, '29. 243. meeting of, '42. 238.

Akiba, '31. 65; '32. 46. Agrippa, Corn., '31. 70; '32. 64. Alabama, abstract of the ConstituAgue, or Intermittent Fever, deaths tion; government, legislative and

from, within the Bills of Morta- executive; judiciary appointlity in 1827, '29. 110.

ments and elective franchise of A. H. explanation of, '30. 30. - (1831), *32. 114. Ahmed, *31. 67.

extent, population, and Ahmedabad, factory at, '32. 25.

number of representatives, id. 120;

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population of, in 1800, 1810, 1820 and 1830; and number of blaves in, in the same years, '33.

90. Alain-Chartier, '32. 67.

de l'Isle, '32. 66. Alaric devastates Italy, '28. 55. Alarum watch, "28. 181. Alaternus, '29. 66. Albano, P. d', '31. 68. Albategni, :31. 67; '32. 78. Al Battani, :31. 67. Alberti, L, '31. 70; '32. 55. Albert, Prince, the Queen's announcement to Parliament of her intended marriage with, '41. 199; he arrives in London, '40. 200; the word “Protestant" added to the address relating to him, '41. 199; his Naturalization Bill passed, id. 200; allowance to, debated and carried, though reduced to 30,0001., id. 201; Naturalization Act (3 Vict. cap. 1 and 2), '41. 139; Aunuity Act (3 Vic. cap. 3.), '41. 139; married to Queen Victoria, :41. 253; appointed Regent, in a certain event, '41. 155; elected an Elder Brother of the Trinity Honse, '42. 236; lays the first stone of the Infant Orphan Asylum, id. 240; visits the Duke of Bedford, and Earl Cowper, id. ib.; distributes the prizes at the Government School of Design, id. 242. Albertolli, Giscondo, dies, '41. 135. Albertus Magnus, '31. 68; *32. 63. Albigenses, Crusade against, 28. Albinus, B. S., '31. 75; '32. 73.

or clock of Richard de Wa. lingford, '39. 55.

club, '30. 160. Albo, Joseph, 31. 68.

Jacob, '32. 47. Albricus, '31. 68; '32. 58. Albrizzi, Countess, dies, '38. 1:28. Albufeda, 28. 57. Albumazar, '31. 67. Albuquerque, .28. 59. Alby Inclosure Act, '40. 212. Alcæus, '31. 64; '32. 48. Alchabit, 31. 69; '32.78. Alciato, 'And., '31. 70; 32. 55.

Alcock, Mr., reported guilty of

bribery, '41. 206. Alcuin, '31. 66.; '32. 57. Alcuinus, '37. 22. Alder tree, time for planting, '28.32. Alder, notch-leared, 29. 64.

--, Turkey, '29. 64, 68. Aldermen, resolution of the Com

mon Council of London in favour of their septennial election, '36. 242.

under the Municipal Curporation Act, their election, &c. $36. 99; see also Ahstract of the Act, id. 132–114. Alderney, &c., value of imports

from, and of exports of home produce, &c., and foreign and colonial merchandize to, in 1931, '31. 160; exports to cotton goods, British), value of, in 1833 and 1834, '36. 169; in 1838, '40. 192; value of British produce, &c., to, in 1828, '31. 178; the same in 1830, '33. 180; the same in 1831, '34. 159; wool and woollens, British, value of, iu 1832, '31. 167; coals, quantity of, in 1833, '35. 186 ; value of exports to, in 1827, 1830, 1833, 1831, and 1835, 37. 160; in 1836, 38. 174; in 1838, '40. 181; in 1839, 41. 188; imports from, cotton, quantity of, in 1834, '36. 168; wheat, &c., quantity of, in 1833, '35. 180; wool from, and value of British woollens exported to, in 1833, id. 176, 177. Alderson), Captain, his selection of

the Brighton line of Railway, '12.

68. Aldgate, population, &c., of, '28.

86, 87; school, '30. 159.
Allhelme, '31. 66 ; '32. 57.
Aldrovandi, U. 31. 70; '32. 56.
Aldstone, population of, '33. 60.
Aldus, '31. 70.

P. Manut., '32. 56.
Ale gallou abolished, :28, 100.

duties repealed and other duties imposed (1 Will. c. 51), '31.

151. Ale and Beer, exports of, value of,

in 1831 and 1835, '37. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837,

57.

Albion,

'39, 182; the same, and quantia | Algazel, '32.69; '32.78. ties thereof, in 1838, '40. 180; the Algebra, observations and discovesame in 1839, '41, 187; quantity. ries in, '29. 55, 56. and declared' value of ale, in Algiers, its extent, population, dey, 1840, '42. 162.

capital, religion, revenue; armiy Ale and beer. trade, number of per- and navy, in 1828, '29.. 74,75;

sons engaged in, in England and number of Jews in (1829), '30. Wales, in 1837 and 1838, 40. 100; exports to, cotton goods, 193; in 1839; '41. 196.

quantity and value of in 1838 Alebouse licenses, Act regulating, '40. 152; value of British and '28. 155; 9 G. 4. c. 61, '29. 168

Irish produce to,

1836, and -173.

1837, '39. 190; in 1838, '40: Aleutian. Isles discovered, '30. 96. 181; in 1839, '41. 188; in 1840) Alexander the Great bon, '28. 52: '42. 163; British Consul-General

invades Persia, id. ib..; his con- and Vice-Consul at, their salaries quests, id. ib.; his death, id. ib.; (1828), '31. 183; bombarded, '28. date of same, '30. 17.

64; French expedition against, speaking trum- 31. 236 ; taken by the French, pet, '29. 55.

wil. 61; surrendered to the French, “ History of," '31. 236 ; French occupation of, '32. 52; “ Life of," id. 58.

noticed. in Parliament, '34. 192; Alexander ab Alexandro, '32. 55. declaration of the French to return Severus, '28. 55.

and colonize, id. 245, 246;. retenEmperor of Russia, meets tion of by France agaiu avowed, Buonaparte, '28. 64; dies, id. 67; 35. 258. column to his memory, '35. 261. Algorismo, Treatioe de, 29.56.

Mr. George, architect of Alhazen, '31. 67 ;, '32.78.; refracthe Savings' Bank at Bath, '42. tion of atmospheretwilight, '29. 231.

59; treatise on optics, id. 62. Rev. Mr. S., consecrated Alhassan, '31.71; *32. 79. Bishop of England and Ireland Alibaud attempts to assassinate Louis in Jerusalem, '42. 244.

Philippe; is tried and executed, Alexandre, '31. 68.

'37, 254. of Bernai, '32. 66. Alibert, Baron, dies, '39.. 141. Alexandria, era of, '30. 12; battle Alicant, Consul at, his salary(1828), of, '28. 63.

31. 181. British Consul at, his Aliens, Act for the Registration of salary, '31. 182

(6 W. IV. c. 11), '37..113.. Alexandrian laurel, '29. 67. Ali Pacha quits Constantinople, '29. Alexandrieda,” '32. 67.

239. Alexis, '28. 52.

Alison, Dr. Archibald, dies, '40. Alexius, History of the reign of, '32. 141. 51.

Ali l'ezdi Sherifeddin, '32. 79. Alfarabi, '31. 67; '32. 78.

Al Jannabi, '32. 79. Al Fargani, '31. 67.

Alkali, effect of, on yellow leaves, Alfieri, V. '31.76 ; '32. 57.

'30.45 : duty on (1829), id. Alford and Hornblotton Rectories 198; and barilla, import and. Consolidation Act, '37. 225.

home consumption of, and duty Alfred, '31.66 ; '32.57: “Life of," on, in 1837, '39. 184 ; same in id. ib.

1838, .40. 176 ; same in 1839, the Great defeats the Danes, '11. 152; the same in 1840, '42. '28. 56; measured time by burn- 156. ing tapers, 31. 5.

Alkalis, decomposition of, '29. 60. Club, '30. 160.

Alkanet root, duty on (1832), '33. Algarotti, F. 31. 74; '32. 57.

190,

Al Kendi, '31. 67.
Alkmaar, Henrich Von,, '31.. 70;

32. 64. Allababad given over to the English,

'32. 40. Alason,, Mr. T., architect of the

Alliance Assurance Office, '42.

103. Allegiance, Oath of, Act relating to

(1 Vict. c. 24), *39. 148. Allendale, population of, '33. 69. Allerton Enclosure Act, '41.215. Allesley to Coventry, New Road

opened (1831), '32. 234, 235. Alliance Insurance Office, account

of the new building for, '42. 103,

104. All Hallows, All Saints or, '28. 13. Alliance at. Beekaskog, '31. 56; the

Grand, id. 49; the Holy, id. 60; of Leipsig, id. 47.; the Quadruple, id. 50; of St. Ildefonso, id. 54; with Spain and Portugal, 28. 64; the triple, '31..48; Triple of the Hague, id. 50 ;. of Vienna, id. 48; of Vienna, treaty of,. id. 51; of Warsaw, id. 49.

Marine Insurance Company, Repeal &c. Act, '35. 218. Allies twice enter Paris, 28. 64. Alloa, Clackmannan, population of

(1821), -29. 83; in 1811, 1821,

and 1631, 33. 83. ALLOTMENT ACTS, see PRIVATE

Bills. Allowances of drawbacks on soap,

to., manufacturers of woollens, linens, silks, and flax, or cotton, see Soap.

or All Hallows, 28. 13.

day, why continued in the calendar of the Church of England, '30. 34.

parish, Poplar, rental of the (1829), 29. 85. All Souls College, and Thomas

Penrice Exchange Act, '39.215. Allspice, Carolina, "29.64. Allstone, Enclosure Amendment

and Tithe Act, :35. 217, 218. Alloy, guantity of, in standard gold, Almanack, derivatiou of the word, Almanacs, history of, *29. 7–15;

early names of several, '37. 29; some account of the early

history of, '39. 52–57.; historical notes on, '40, 24-29; first published, 28. 58 ;- first European, printed, '39. 57; earliest printed in Eng. land, id. 55 ;. early one in English, id. 55; earliest English, printed in Holland, *29. 7; used in Eur rope soon after the invention of printing, id. ib.; predictions forbidden to be published in, in France, id. ib.; famed for their falsehood, id. ib.; many English, cherish the errors of a thousand years ago, id, 8. Almanacs, William Lilly's “ Ephe

meris," *29.8, 9; “News from the Stars," contrasted with “ Moore's Almanac," id. 12; “ The Shepherd's Almanac " compared with the same, id. 11; comparison.be tween. John. Lord's. “ Prognosti, cator " for 1678, and John Par. tridge's “ Merlinus Liberatus" for 1829, id. 10; Moore's, for 1829, compared with Tanne's “Epher meris " for 1678, id. 9; “ Almanac and Prognostication of Leonard Dyges,” 39. 57.; of St. Mary's Abbey, -29. 56 ; modern Persian, described, id. 7, 8; hieroglyphic, of the Mexicans, '30. 29; Nautical, published yearly

by authority ; established by Dr. Maskelyne; its objects and views; published 3 years in advance, 29. 12-15; republished in the United States, id. 15; first published, id. 62; splendid ones, MS., in the British Museum, and in Corpus Christi College, id. 7; exclusive right to print, granted by patents to the two universities, and the Stationers' Company, id. ib.; pa. tents declared 'illegal, ide ib. ; modem, keep up delusions concerning eclipses, id. 9; many gross improprieties removed from, id. 12; stamps on, produce of, in 1927, id. 188; stamp duty on, in England, Scotland and Ireland, from 1826 to 1830, '31. 197; stamps issued for, from 1821 tó 1830, '33. 188; Stamp Duties

All Saints,

29. 114.

29.7.

Repeal Act (4 and 5 \m. IV. cap. 57), '55. 150, 151. Almanack" de Gotha, '28. 70; re

ferred to, '29. 69. Almamun, '31. 67. Alineida, Tol. da, '31. 73; '32. 72. Alineyda sails to the East Indies,

'28, 59. Almeyda, Ede, '32. 71. Almond tree, '29. 61, 67.

Bridge Amendment Act, ''41. 217. Almonds, duty on (1929), '30. 203;

(in 1832), '33. 190; see Fruits. Almondbury, population of, '33. 77. Almonet, a German word, supposed

the derivative of Almanack, 29.7. Almonaught, Saxon word for alma

nack, '29.7. Almoutanabbi, '31. 67; "32. 78. Almoravides, in Arabian Spain, '23.

57. Almsworthy Inclosure Act, 40. 212. Almnyadad, '31. 67; '32. 78. Aluus oblongata, '29. 64; serrulata,

29. 64. Alnwick, population of (1821), *29.

81; in 1811, 1821, and '1831,

'33. 69. Aloes, duty on (1832), '33. 190. Alolenina, month of, '28. 15. Alopecurus, '30. 40; geniculatus,

id. ib. Alphen, Van, *32. 73. Alphes, '31. 66; '32. 47. Alphington Gas Light Act, 37. 220. Aljhonsine tables, '29. 56; con

structed, id. 59. Alphonso 1. of Portugal captures Murcia, '28. 57.

III. defeats the Arabs, '28. 56; defeats the Moors, id. 57; takes Lisbon, id. !ib.; masters Spain, id. ib.

X., '31. 69; '32. 70.

of Castile, constructs astronomical tables, '28. 57. Alpine mountains, and their several

heights, *33. 29–44; alphabetical index to same, &c., id. 49–

53. “ Alps, The,“ '32. 65. Alps, the, and their several heights,

133. 32–38; alphabetical index to same, &c., il. 49–53.

Alps, plants of the, why they do not ihrive in England, '30. 37.

people of, at war with Rome, 28. 51. Al Razi, '31. 07. Alsace taken by Louis XIV., '28.

60; given to France, '31. 48. Al Samos, battle of, '28. 66. Alsine Media, '29. 28. Alstonefield Inclosure Act, '33.

218; Amendment Act, '37. 218. Alt Löbuitz, Prussiau league, '42.

112, 114. Alt Ranstadt, peace of, '31. 50. Althæa frutex, '29. 65. Althorp, Lord, appointed Chancellor

of the Exchequer, '31. 210; is presented with the freedom of London, '33. 231; gold cup presented to him, id. 232; his charge against Mr. Sheil conceruing the Coercion Bill, '35. 197; resigns,

and resumes office, il. 210. Altmichlec (Turkey), its value, &c.,

(1829), '30. 110. Allufts and York Railway Act, '37.

223. Altou Rond Act, '40. 216. Alum, duty on (1829), '30, 201;

declared value of exports of, in 1831 and 1835, '37. 161; the same, in 1835, 1836, and 1837,

39. 182. Alva, Duke of, occupies Portugal,

'28. 59. Alvanley, Lord, his duel with Mr.

Morgan O'Connell, '36. 243. Alvarez, '31. 67; '32. 69. Alveston Inclosure Act, :37. 218. Alverstoke, population of, '33. 63. A. M., explanation of, '28. 49. AM. Abyss, explanation of, '30. 30. A. M., Alex., explanation of, id. ib. Amaranth, the, '28. 37. · Amazon, description of the river,"

32. 71. Ambassadors' salaries, in 1831,

1835, and 1836, '37. 152; dinner to foreign, at Guildhall, '39.250,

251. Amber, electricity of, '29. 60; duty

on (1829), '30. 201; (1832), '33.

190. Ambergris, duty on (131), '33.

199,

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