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amount and rate of compensation

for, '39. 195. Honein, '31. 67. Honey, quantity of, consumed in winter by bees, '30. 47.

duty on (1829), '30, 204. Honey-flower, great, '31. 41. Honey-bearing spurge, '31. 39. Honey-wort flowered heath, '31. 39. Honey-lane market, city of London,

school established on site of, '36. 249; Act for same, '35. 220 ; see

further, City of LONDON Schooi.. Honeysuckle, the, '28. 31, 36; Afri

can fly, '31. 40; Chinese, id. 41;

Japan, id. ib.; trumpet, '29. 65. Hong merchants of China, '31.

121. Hong-Kong ceded to the British,

'42. 235. Honiton, population and representa

tion of, '33. 60; Church Act, '36. 207; church at, account of, '39. 221.

and Buckland Road Repairing Act, 41. 219. Honley, population of, '33. 77. Honorius yields Britain, '28. 55 ;

emperor of the West, id. ib.;

“ History of," "32. 50. Hood, Thomas, '37.23 ; his works

and invention, id. 42. Hoofs of cattle, duty on (1832),

33, 191. Hooft, P. C., '31. 73; '32. 73. Hoogeveen, '32. 73. Hooghley, hurricane on the, '34.245. Hoogly, Englisb forced to abandon,

'32. 26; retaken, id. 28. Hook, Theodore, dies, id. '42. 124,

242. Hooke, Dr., duplex escapement, '29.

61; spirit level, id. 62. Hooke, Nathaniel, '31. 74; '32. 61.

R,, '32. 61. Hooker, '31. 70; '32. 59. Hool, Van, dies, '38. 128. Hooping cough, deaths from, within

the Bills of Mortality, in 1827,

29. 110. Hooton Roberts Road Act, '39. 61.

213. Hopbinds, destroying, punishment

for, 28. 144; the same, mitigated, 38. 163.

Hop fly, '30. 40; its fecundity, id. ib.

grounds, '28. 37.

hornbeam, '29. 66. Hope, population of, '33. 80. Hôpital Français, '30. 140. Hopkins and Gray, Messrs., archi

lects of the Easteru Institution,

'39, 228. Hops, number of acres of land in

Great Britain under cultivation for, in 1826, '28. 168; in 1830, 32. 182; in 1832, '34. 178; in 1833, and quantity of, and amount of duty on, exported in the same year, *35. 185; number of acres under cultivation for, in Great Britain, in 1834, '36. 166; from 1807 to 1834, id. ib.; in each year from 1833 to 1837, '39. 140; in 1837, '39. 193; in 1838, '40. 193; in 1839, '41. 196; in 1840, and amount of duty on hops in the same year, '42. 170.

duty on (1829), '30. 201, 205 ; in 1837,'39. 193; rate and amount of old and new, in 1839,'41. 196; duties on, when payable (1 and 2 W.IV.c. 53), '32. 160; amount produced by duty on, in 1827, 29. 187; account of (1828), id. 196 ; amount of duty on, in 1829, and number of acres in cultiva. tion, and hundredweights imported and exported, '31. 193; amount of duty, in 1830, '32. 182, 1830, 1831, and 1832, '34. 164; in 1832, id. 178; in 1834, '36. 166; in 1833, 1834, and 1835, and expenses of same, id. ib.; amount of duty on, in 1836, '38. 181; amount of, in 1837, '39. 177 ; same, and quantity charged in 1838, 40. 171; quantity charged with duty in England in the years ending 5th April, 1831 and 1832, '33, 181; and amount of duty on, in 1833, 435. 183; in 1834, '36. 158; amount of duty 01, in 1810, '42. 170; amount of additional duties, in 1840 and 1841, '42. 153.

exports, &c., quantity of Bri: tish and foreign, exported, and of foreign imported, in 1832, '34.

166 ; exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161; the same, in

1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 183. Horace, '28. 54. Horatius, '31. 65; '32. 52. Horizon, the, '28. 90; attached to

a globe, described, '42. 23; sensible and true, distinguished,

id. ib. Hornbeam, *29. 41, 44; period of its being in leaf, '30. 39.

hop, '29. 66. Hornblotton and Alford Rectories

Consolidation Act, '37. 225. Horn blowing, law relating to (1829),

'30. 138; see also New POLICE

Аст. Horncastle, population of, '33. 67. Horne, Sir William, Solicitor-Ge

neral, '31. 240; appointed a judge, '35. 255. Horne Tooke, J., '31. 76 ; '32. 62. Hornings, in Scotland, number and

expense of, in 1829, '31. 194;

meaving of the term, id. ib.t Horns, duty on (1929), '30. 199.

and horn tips, duty on (1836), 37. 128. Hornsey, rental of the parish of

(1829), *29. 85; population of,

33. 68. Horology, observations and disco

veries in, '29. 60, 61; improve

ments in, '42. 28. Horrox, transit of Venus, '29. 59;

particulars relating to, '37. 28; his selection of astronomical, &c.

works, id. ib. Horse-chestnut, the, '28. 35; period

of its being in leaf, '30. 39; com

mon, '29. 64, 68; scarlet, id. ib. Horse-dealers' tax, produce of, in

1827, '29. 188; number assessed, and amount of duty, in 1832 and 1833, '36. 152; 1834 and 1835, '38. 171; amount of, in 1837, '39. 178; produce of additional tax on (1840 and 1841), '42. 153.

clerks, &c., duty on, repealed (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 39), '31. 124.

duties, collection transferred to the Excise (6 and 7 W. IV. C. 45), *37. 122.

Horse Guards, number of, and

whether English, Scotch, or Irish, in the British army, in 1830 and 1840, '42. 171.

- patrol, Act relating to (6 and 7 W. IV. c. 50), '37. 123; same repealed, and the patrol placed under justices (2 and 3 Vict. c. 47), '40. 153.

power, the gross draught, 31. 228.

racing, Act repealing restrictions on, imposed by stat. 13 G. II. (3 Vict. c. 9), '41. 139.

slaughtering, regulations relating to, '36. 127.

stealing, its increase, cause of, '29. 100; number of cases of, from 1833 to 1836, '38. 185; number of executions for, in England and Wales (1826), "29. 89; punishment for, '28. 133; not punishable with death (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 62), '33. 148; effect of the abolition of death for, on the number of charges of, '42. 103.

stinger, vulgar error respecting the fly so called, '30. 41; it

has no sting, id. ib. Horsemonger-lane gaol, number of

debtors in, in 1831 and 1832, '34.

172. Horseshoehead, entry in old Bills of

Mortality, '35. 30. Horses, export of, value of, in 1834

and 1835, '37. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 183; number of, imported from Ireland in 1801 and 1825, '34. 162; exports of, from Ireland, in 1825 and 1835, '39. 188; average annual number taken to Smithfield market, '34. 184.

duty on (1829), '30. 204; let to hire, duties on (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 120), '33. 166-168; for riding, &c., tax on, produce of, in 1827, 29. 188; net produce of, 1829, '30. 206; tax on, amount of, in 1837, '39. 178; produce of additional tax on (1840 and 1841),j'42. 153; number assessed, and amount of duty, in 1832 and 1833, '36. 152; 1834 and

1835, 38. 171; exemption from, to farmers, postmasters, &c., in

what cases. '35. 152. Horsforth, population of, '33.77. Horsham, population and represeu

tation of, '33. 74. Horsley, S., '32. 62. Horsleydownı, population, &c. of,

28. 86, 87. Horticultural Society, '30. 162;

days and times of its meetings, from November 1831, to June 1832, and its anniversary, '32. 20; from November 1832, to Juve 1833, '33. 19; from Novem

ber 1833 to June 1834, '31. 27. Horwick, population of, '33. 65. Hossein, Moham. '31. 73. Hosea, 31. 64; 32. 46. Hosiery and cottons, value of, exported, in 1827, 28. 167.

lace, &c., exports of, value of, in 1838, '40. 180; the same, in 1839, 41. 187; the same, and quantities, in 1810, '42. 162. Hosking, Mr., architect of Trinity

Chapel, in the East India-road,
Poplar, '41. 233 ; '42. 213.

Mr. W., architect of the buildings at Abney-park ceme. tery, '41. 237.

Mr. W., engineer of the railway works at Wormwood

Scrubbs, '40. 249. Hospital, St. George's, building of, 28. 173.

Sussex, county, building of, at Brighton, '28. 173.

of Surgery, '30. 139.

and regimental staff of the army, society for the benefit of widows of officers of the, '30.

147. Hospitals, mortality in, observations

on, and facts relating to, '39. 28 -30.

for particular complaints, 30. 140, 141.

general, in aud near London (1829), '30. 139, 140. Hoste, ship-building, '29. 63. Hot-house, robbing from, punish

meut for (1827), '28. 136. Hôtel-Dieu, mortality in, '39. 29. Houbigant, '31.75; 32. 69.

Houghton, chapel at, built, '42. 207. Houghton-le-Spring, population of,

'33. 62; Railway Act, '38. 212. Hounds, packs of, lax on, number

assessed, and amount of duty, in 1832 and 1833, '36. 152; 1834

and 1835, 38. 171. Hounslow, population of, '33. 687. Hours, how reduced to degrees, '32.

77; regularity of, amongst the ancients, 31. 3, 6; of the Italians, how regulated, id. 6,7; unequal length of, amongst the Mahomet.

ans, id. 9. House, stable, &c., buming of, pu

nishmeut for, -28. 142; see further,

ARSON. Housebreaking, number of cases of,

from 1833 to 1636, '38. 185 ; effect of the abolition of the punishment of death for, and charges

of, '42. 103. House-dove or pigeon stealing,

wounding, or killing, penalty for, 28. 135.

sparrow, nest of, '30. 37.

tax, produce of, in 1827, '29. 188; account of the number of houses assessed to the inhabited, in each county of England and Wales, in the year ending April 5, 1830, and amount of rental, 32. 106-108; number assessed, and amount of, in 1832 and 1833, '36. 152; reduction of (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 39), *31. 123, 124; repeal of (4 W. IV. c. 19), '35.

131. Household cleanliness and ventila.

tion, observations on, '28. 109-
113.

suffrage proposed by Mr. Hume, '40. 200. Houseless poor, nightly shelter to,

30, 148. House of Commons, list of the first

reformed (1833), '33. 234—243 ; motion for a committee to inquire as to expediency of building new (1833), 34. 188; report in favour of, id. 193; motion for the rebuilding of (1833) rejected, '34. 196; temporary alterations in, account of, '37. 243.

of Correction, Westminster,

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description of, '33. 216–218;

further particulars of, '34. 219. House of Representatives of the

United States, its powers, &c.,

described, '32. 109–113. Houses, number of, inhabited and

uninhabited, and building in each county in England, in 1801, 1811, 1821, and 1831, '34. 81, 85; comparative statement of the same in Great Britain in the same years, and in 1811, '42. 111; number of same in England, Wales, and Scotland, 1811, id. 107, 108; number of houses in Great Britain, '28. 81; number of, in the islands of the British seas, id. 81; number of, in Lone don, id. 86, 87.

fall of, in York-street, Westminster, '33. 232.

of Parliament, destroyed by fire, '35. 261, 262; ground plan of, shewing the damages, id. 251; temporary, and observations on the new houses to be erected, '36. 227, 228 ; proposed removal of, to St. James 8-park, '37. 187 ; Mr. Barry's plan for, approved and recommended, id. 193; niew, commencement of the works of, '38. 233, 234; site-purchase Act (1 Vict. c. 7), '39. 141; account of the progress of the building, and of the intended plan of, .'42. 216, 217; strike of the masons at, id. 212, 243; com. mittee appointed to consider the cultivation of the fine arts in reference to the decoration of, id.

181. Hovea Celsi,'31. 40; lanceolata, id.

ib. ; linearis, id. ib.; longifolia,

id. ib. Hoveden, Roger, '31. 68; 32. 58. Howard, Colonel and Mrs., build

and endow Leven Chapel, '37. 229.

Luke, his “ Nomenclature and Observations on Clouds" re. ferred to, '30. 687.

Mr., his classification of the frozen forms of dew, '31. 36; his observations on the amount of de. position of dew, id. 357.

Howard, Mr. Thomas Burton, com

Initted by the House of Commons, '41. 200; reprimanded and disc charged, id. ib.

Thomas, committed by the House of Commons, '41. 202;

discharged, id. 206. Howarth's

case of stabbing decided, 29, 241. Howe, Lord, his victory, '28. 62. Howick, Lord, his bill for transport

of the unemployed poor to the

colonies, '32. 191. Howth Harbour, deepening of the

entrance to, '31. 225 ; progress

and process of, '32. 234, Hoya camosa, '31. 40. Hroswitha, '31. 66; '32. 63. Hubertsberg, peace of, '31. 53. Huddersfield, population of (1821),

29. 81 ; population and representation of, '33. 77; Road Act, 39. 213, Hudibras,” '32. 60. Hudson, the navigator, killed, '30. 95, 96.

Mr., his observations on the variation of the barometer, '35.

25. Hudson's Bay discovered, '28. 60 ;

'30. 95; ceded to England, id.

61. “ Hue and Cry" exempt from stamp

duty on newspapers, '37. 137. Huerta, V. Garcia de la, '32. 71. Huet, '31.73; 32. 68. Hufeland, Dr., dies, '37. 110. Hughes, Admiral, takes Trinco.

malee, *32. 35 ; leaves the coast

of Madras, id. 36. Hulks, pernicious effects of confine.

ment in the, to juvenile offenders, '36. 49+; confinement in, condemned in the House of Lords,

'42. 179. Hull, population of (1821), 29.

81 ; difference of time between, and London, '31. 21 ; survey made at, by order of the Trinity House, '30. 212+ ; Branch Bank of England at, '33. 111; postage collected at, in 1832 and 1833, '35. 192; amount collected at, in 1832, 1833, and 1834, '36. 179; same in 1835, '37. 178; same in

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1836,'38. 196 ; same in 1837, '39. | Hummel, J. N., dies, '38. 128. 196 ; high steward of, Marquis of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, '37. Normanby, '41.955 ; Wilberforce 22; his works, id. 26. testimonial at, first stone laid,

Mr., elected alderman, '35. 260; improvements, progress '36. 249; sworn in, '37. 251. of, *31. 220; steam-hoat explo. Humphreys, Mr., his evidence relatsion at, '38, 245; Flax and Cotton ing to coffee-shops in London, '41.

Mill Company's Act, '42. 192. 135. Huli, port of, description of, '31. Hundred, remedies against the, laws

223—225; customs duties re amended, '28. 146–149. ceived at, in 1833, '35. 173; in

weight, instances of the va1834, '36. 157; the same in the riance of, '35. 116. years ending 5th January, 1835

years old, number of per. and 1836, '37. 161; the same in sons, in Russia, between 1806 and year ending 5th January, 1837, *38. 1826, 29. 76, 77; in England, 175; the same in the years ended &c., see Bills OF MORTALITY. 5th January, 1837 and 1838, 39. | Hungary, its extent and population 191; the same in the year 1838, in 1828, '28. 70; extent and po'40. 187; the same during 1839, pulation of (1831), '33. 54; in'41. 188; the same in 1810, '42. crease of inhabitants in, "29. 164 ; vessels and their aggregate 77. tonnage which entered the, in

Andrew, king of, '28. 57. 1820, 1826, and 1831, *31. 163;

king of, attempted assassinumber of ships and amount nation, '33. 231. of their tonnage which entered

Queen of, war for her sucthe, in 1832, 1833, and 1834, cession as Empress, '31. 51. '36. 163 ; same in year 1835, 37.

6 History of," "32. 55. 166 ; same in 1836, "38. 176 ; | Hungarian constitution, 28. 57. same in 1837, 39. 188; same in “ Hunger setteth his first foot into 1838, 40. 186 ; same in 1839 the horse-manger," origin of the and 1840, '42. 160; Junction phrase, *39. 66. Dock at, completed, '30. 241. Hungerford Market Act, '31. 211;

and Selby Railway, account market, commencement of, and of, '38. 63; '41. 76 ; further ac description of, id. 221, 222; count of, id. 90.

market and approaches, progress Hulls, Jonathan, the first

proposer

of of, 31. 210; market opened, '34. steam boats, '29. 63; 38. 109. 246; Hungerford Market ComHuman life, its duration, '35. 32. pany, further Act, '37. 219. Humane Society, '30. 152; their in

- and Lambeth suspension structions for the treatment of bridge, '37. 219. cases of apparent death, 29, 124, “ Huus, History of the," '32. 69. 125.

Hunslet Suspension Bridge, near Humboldt, Baron Wilhelm, dies, Leeds, description and diagram '36. 108.

of, 33, 222, 223. Hume, David, '31. 76 ; '32. 62; Hunt, Mr. A. H., premium to, for a dies, 28. 62.

design of the Surrey Pauper Lu. · Mr., moves the abolition of natic Asyluin, 12. 228. the office of Lord Lieutenant of Mr. Henry, liis motion conIreland, '31. 204 ; his motion to cerning the Manchester meeting strike, out the preamble of the of 1819, '33. 200; he dies, '36. Cholera Bill, '33. 198; is defeated 241. in the Middlesex election, '38. Hunt, Wm. Esq., leaves £200,000 246.

Guy's Hospital, 30. 264. Hume and Byng, Messrs., public Hunter, John, *31. 76; '32. 62. dinner to, '38. 243.

Hunterian Society, '30. 164.

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