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from Java and Sumatra, cotton, quantity, in 1834, '36. 168; tin, quantity of, in 1833, '35. 180;

in 1835, '37. 168. Jaw, locked, deaths from, within the

Bills of Mortality, in 1827, '29.

110. Jean de Paris, '31. 69. Jebar, ancient Arabic for Tuesday,

30. 21. Jedburgh, Roxburgh, population of

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

and 1831, '33. 87. Jeffcott, Sir John, duel with Dr.

Hinnis, '34. 244. Jefferson, President, dies, '28. 68. Jeffrey, Francis, Lord Advocate of

Scotland, '31. 240. Jelaleddin, '31. 67; '32. 78; re

forms the Persian calendar, '30.

18. Jemaleddin, his Chinese calendar,

'30. 28. Jena, battle of, '28. 63. Jenkins, Mr. J., architect of the

Wesleyan chapel front, in Great
Queen-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields,

'42. 213. Jenner, Dr., his error concerning the

prevention of small-pox by vac

cination, '34. 32. Jennerian Society, '30. 141. Jennings, Mr., his cases to prove

whether a child has been born

alive, '36. 31. Jenyns, Soame, '32. 61. Jeremiah, '31. 64; '32. 46. Jeremie, Mr., sent to the Mauritius,

and obliged to return, '33. 231. Jerom, '31. 65; '32. 53. Jerome, sometimes confounds the

Olympiads with the era of the

Seleucides, '30. 10. Jersey, summary of houses, families,

and persons, and their ages and occupations in, '28. 81, 82 ; Guernsey, &c., extent and poprulation of (1831), '33. 54; Jersey, Friendly Societies Act extended to, '36. 115, 116.

Guernsey, &c., exports to : beer, quantity of, in 1833, '35. 185 ; coals, quantity of, in 1833, id. 186; cotton goods, British, quantity and value of, in 1833

and 1834, '36. 169; in 1838, '40. 182 ; wool and woollens, British, value of, in 1832, '34. 167; value of exports of British produce to, in 1828, '31. 178; the same, in 1830, '33. 180; the

same,

in 1831, '34. 159; general exports, value of, in 1827, 1830, 1833, 1834, and 1835, 37. 160; in 1836, '38. 174; in 1838, '40. 181; in 1839, 241. 188; in 1840, '42. 163; imports from : cotton, quantity of, in 1834, '36. 168; wheat, &c., quantity of, in 1833, '35. 180; woul, import of, from, and value of British woolleus exported to, in 1833, id. 176, 177; value of imports from, and · of exports of home produce, &c., and foreign and colonial merchandize to, in 1831, '31. 160; importation from, of food, &c., into British fisheries in America,

allowed, '37. 129. Jersey, vessels built at, their ton

nage, &c., in 1840, '42. 159. Jerucbam, '31. 68; '32. 47. Jerusalem, destroyed, '28.54; again

destroyed, id. ib.; taken by the Saracens, id. 56; destroyed by Saladin, id. 57; taken by the Christians, id. ib.; a 'kingdom, id. ib. ; Knights of St. John of, id. ib. ; Knights of St. John of, take Rhodes, id. 58; anniversary of the siege of Jerusalem, id. 14; temple of, anniversaries of the dedication and the destruction of, id. ib.

Bishop of England, &c., is consecrated, '42. 214. Jervis, Sir G., his improvements at

Bournemouth, '38. 239, 240. Jeshua Levita, '31. 70. Jessop, Mr. Joseph, the planner of

the Cromford and High Peak

Railway, '30. 250. Jesuits, not to come into England

without license, '30. 169, 170 ; to be registered, id. 169; order of, confirmed, '28. 59; suppressed by the Pope, id. 62; restored by the Pope, id. 63; suppressed in France, id. 62; expelled from France, id. ib. ; expelled from

Portugal, *28. 61; expelled from
Russia, id. 65; restored in Spain,

id. 64. Jesuits' bark, import, export, and

bome consumption of, 1630, '32. 177; '33. 176; in 1831, '34,

154. Jesus, son of Sirach, '31. 65; '32.

46. Jet, duty on, 1829, 30. 202; 1832,

'33. 191. Jeth, a Hindustani mouth, '30. 25. Jewel, J., '32. 59. Jewellery, &c., exports of, value of,

in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161; the same, in 1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 183; the same, in 1838, '40. 180; the same, in 1839, '41. 187;

in 1810, :42. 162. Jewish era, the, '30. 13–15; ca

lendar of fasts and festivals, '28. 14; calendar for 1830, '30. 31; for 1831, *31. 24; for 1832, '32. 16; for 1833 (5593), '33. 16.

institution, for the relief of their indigent blind, '30. 148.

poor, society for distributing bread, &c. to the, '30. 152.

year, commencement of, '28. 14. Jews return to Jerusalem, '28. 51;

dispersion of the, id. 54; persecuted, id. 58; number of, in the world, id. 757; number of, in different countries in the world (1829), '30. 100; proportion of, to the population of Europe (1829), id. ib. ; their mode of computing time, id. 6; of Damascus, persecution of the, mentioned in the House of Commons, '41. 209; '42. 178.

in England, admitted to the freedom of London, '29. 236 ; motion for their admission to corporate offices, '31. 207; motion for a bill to remove the disabilities of, by Mr. R. Grant, id. 203 ; bill for their relief rejected, id. 204; debate on petition for the removal of their civil disabilities, '34. 188; resolution in favour of removal of civil disabilities, id. 190; Relief Bill brought in, '35. 204; Disabilities

Bill passes the Commons, id. 307 ; is rejected in the Lorda, ib. 209; new Disabilities Bill read a second time in the Commons, '37. 212; passes the Commons, id. 215; postponed in the Lords, id. ib.; Declaration Bill, second reading, '42. 178; carried in the Commons, id. 180; second read. ing carried in the Lords, id. 183 ;

defeated, id. 184. Jews Free School, *30. 156; Hospi

tal, id. 140; London Society for promoting Christianity among the,

id. 153. Jin, one of the Chinese celestial

signs, '30. 27. Joan of Arc, '28. 58. Jochai, '31. 65. Jochanan, '31. 65 ; '32. 46. Jodelle, '31.71; 32. 67. Joel, '31. 64, 68; '32. 46, 51. Johannot, Alfred, dies, '39. 141. John I., of Castile, abolishes the era of the Cæsars, '30. 18.

III., “ Chronicle of," *32 71.

VI., emperor and king of Portugal, dies, '28. 67.

XXII., '31. 68; '32. 54.

king of France, prisoner, '28. 58; treaty for the release of, '31. 44.

of Biclair, '32. 69.
of Dumbleton, '37. 22.

of Halifax, id. ib.; his works, id. 21.

of Hexham, '37.22; his works, id. 23.

of Novogorod, '31. 69; '32. 76. - of Paris, '32. 67.

of Salisbury, '32. 58; '37. 22. Johuson, Samuel, '31.74; '32. 61. Johnstone and Ardrossan Railway,

account of, '37. 103; '41. 68. Joint-stock banks, list of, established

under Act 7 Geo. IV., with number of partners therein, '37. 158, 159; number of, and number of partners in, in the United Kingdom, on 5th January, 1839, '40. 175; notes circulated in England and Wales by, and by private banks, from 28th June, 1834, to

28th June and 26th September, Jones, Wm., '31. 76 ; '32. 62. 1835,'36. 154 ; aggregate amount the boy, a third time enters of notes of, circulated in Eugland Buckingham Palace, '42. 237. and Wales at various times, in Jonquil, the, '28. 33.

1833, 1834, 1835, and 1836, 37. Jonson, Ben, '31. 72; 32. 60; his "'168.

allusion to the superstition conJoint-stock and private banks, cerning St. Swithin, 29. 10; bis

amount of notes of, in England allusion to winter, id. 30. and Wales, circulated in each Jornandes, '31. 66 ; '32. 54. quarter from December 1833 to Jortin, J., '31. 76 ; '32. 61. September 1837, '38. 172 ; same, Jory's “ Kinderkrankheiten' referred in 1834 to September 1838, '39. to, '35. 34. 181, 182; the same in each quar Jose ben Chilpheta, '32. 46. ter to 30th September, 1839, 40. Joseph ben Gorion, '32. 47. 175; the same, to 30th September,

Isaac ben, '32. 47. 1840, and for the quarter ending

of Exeter, '32. 58. September in each of the six pre

- Bonaparte; see Bonaparte. ceding years, 41. 181 ; the same Josephus, '28. 54; '31. 65; '32. 46. for each quarter of the year end. Jovellanos, G., '31.77; '32. 72. ing 30th September, 1841, '42. Jovinus, defeated by Astolphus, '28. 154.

55. Joint-stock banks, Act for the regu Jubilee in England, '28. 64.

lation of, and empowering the “ Juchasin,” '32. 47. Crown to grant letters patent to Juda Levita, or Judah the Levite, (7 W. IV.and i Vict. c. 73), '42. 31. 68; '32. 47. 145-148; contracts of, not to be Judah destroyed, '28. 51; and Israal void by reason of spiritual persons

separated, id. 30. being members (4 Vict. c. 14), son of Benjamin, '31. 68; id. 127.

'32. 47. Joint-stock companies, power to

bar Nachman, '32. 46. limit the liabilities of shareholders · Barzelloni, '32. 47. in, '42. 145–148.

Hakkadosh, '31. 65; '32. 46. Joinville, Jean de, '31. 69; '32. Judas Maccabeus, his victories, '28. 67.

53. Joishta, a Bengalee month, '30. 26.

tree, '29. 64. Joliffe and Banks, contractors for Judge Advocate-General, Robert London Bridge, '32. 222.

Grant, '31. 240. Jom Tof, '31. 68.

Judges, expenses of the, in 1836,'38. Jomada I., '28. 15.

187. II., '28. 15.

additional, appointed (1 W. Jomadhi, a Turkish month, '30. IV. c. 70), '31. 163. 21.

in bankruptcy, appointment Jonah, '31. 64; '32. 46.

and salaries of, ineligible to sit in Jonathan, '31. 65; '32. 46.

Parliament (1 and 2 W. IV. c. Joncktijs, D., '32. 73.

56), '32. 160, 165, 166. Jonas, Am., '32. 74.

in Canada, their salaries, Jones, David, his imprisonment for 41. 152. refusing to furnish sacramental

in Chancery; see VICEelements, '40. 202.

CHANCELLORS.
Mr., his description of observa-

in Scotland, their salaries, tions of the tides at the Londou 40. 150. docks, referred to, 37. 6-8. Judges' Chambers, Act for building

Rev. Mr., bis evidence in fa (6 and 7 W. IV. c. 49), ?37. vour of a general survey of the 123. kingdom, '38. 1:22.

Salaries Act (2 and 3 W.

N

21.

IV. c. 116), amount of, fixed, '33. 41, 42; weather of, allusion to, 165.

by Gawin Douglas, '29. 38. Judgments on cognovit, good against Juma, an Indian day, '30. 21; a

bankruptcy (1 W. IV. c. 7), '32. Persian day, id. ib.; a Turkish 137; Act for protecting purchasers

day, id. ib. against judgments (2 Vict. c. 11), · modern Arabic for Friday,'30. '40. 143; (Ireland) protection of purchasers from (9 G. IV. c. 35), - ertesi, a Turkish day, '30. 29. 156.

21. Judicial Committee of the Privy Jumerat, an Indian day, '30. 21.

Council, appointed, its members June, month of, description of the (3 and 4 W.IV.c. 41), '31. 124 ; natural appearances of, in EngSir Edward Sugden's motion for land, '28. 36 ; observations of a a Bill to improve the administra naturalist on the, 29. 37, 38 ; tion of justice in, '42. 173.

'30. 40, 41; alluded to by revenues and charges in In Spenser, '29. 37. dia, '33. 100.

Junior University Club, '37. 245. Judicium Pillorie, statute of, '39. Juniper berries, duty on (1829), 63.

30. 199. Juglans alba, '29. 65; nigra, id. ib. Juniper-leaved astroloma, '31. 37. Jugurtha, war against, '28. 53. Juniperus Bermudiana, *29. 65; Juice of lemons, lines, or oranges,

sabina, id. ib. ; Virginiana, id. ib. duty on (1832), '33. 191.

Juno discovered, '29. 59. Jukofški, 31. 79.

Junta, in Portugal, '28. 65. “ Jul. Per.,” explanation of, '30. Jupiter, occultation of, '29. 58; 30.

satellites of, discovered, '28. 60. Julian, '31. 65; '32. 49.

Jura, mountains of, and their several reduces the Salique Franks, heights, '33. 31, 32; alphabetical '28. 55.

index to same, &c., id. 49–53. the Apostate killed, "28. Paps of, when seen from Kyle, 55.

betuken rain, '30. 43. or old style, '28. 4; period, Juries in Ireland, Act for conso'30. 16; year, id. 10, 11.

lilating and amending the laws Alps, and their several relative to Jurors and (3 & 4 W. heights, '33. 38; alphabetical in IV. c. 91), '31. 142, 143; Act

dex to same, &c., id. 49–53. altering and amending same (4 Julius Cæsar, '28. 53; '31. 65 ; '32. W. IV. c. 8), '35. 129.

52; his further correction of the Jurors, number of persons qualified Roman calendar, '28. 4; triumvir, and liable to serve as, in each id. 53; his wars in Gaul, id. ib.; county in England and Wales his expedition to Britain, id. ib.; (under Act 6 G. IV. c. 50), in war with Pompey, id. ib.; con 1835, 37. 175. quests in Spain, id. ib.; his other Jury, petitions for trial by, in the conquests, id. ib.; is made empe Netherlands, '30. 261. ror, &c., id. ib.; his death, id. ib. Jurymen, Bill for allowing natives

Frontinus, hydrodynamics, of India to be, '33. 204. '29. 61.

Justice, administration of, under the Obsequens, '31. 65; '32. Municipal Corporation Act, '36. 53.

100, 101; see also, Abstract of · Pollux, '31. 65 ; '32. 49. the Act, id. 132-144 ; in deJuly, origin of its name, '30. 7; tached parts of counties, Act for

month of, description of the natu. (2 & 3 Vict. c. 82), '40. 162; ral appearances of, in England, in New South Wales, Continuance '28. 36, 37; observations of a na Act (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 46), '37. turalist on the, '29. 38, 39; '30. 122, 123 ; in the West Indies,

4

Act for (6 W. IV. c. 17), ich Kamschatka discovered, '30. 96. 115, 116.

Kang, one of the Chinese celestial Justice, administration of, in the Ju signs, '30. 27 ; a Malabar month,

dicial Committee of the Privy id. 25. Council, Sir Edward Sugden's Kang-he, emperor of China, '80. motion for a Bill for, '42. 173. 28.

courts of, expenses of, in Kant, '28. 62; '31. 76; '32. 65. 1834, 1835, and 1836, '37. 152; Karadza, 31. 76. in 1836, '38. 187; for the year Karamsin, '31. 77. ended 5th January, 1841, 42. Karkatagam, a Malabar month, '30. 150.

25. report on the administration Karlsson, Bryn., '32. 74. of, in France, for 1828, '30. Karro, Isaac, '31. 70; '32. 47. 2157.

Joseph, '31. 70; '32. 47. Justicia Adhatoda, '31. 40.

Kartic, a Bengalee month, '30. 26. Justin, '31. 65; '32. 53.

Kater, Captain Henry, dies,. '36. Martyr, *31. 65; '32. 49.

108. Justinian, '28. 56; “ History of the Katik, a Hindustani month, '30. 25. Reign of," id. 50.

Katmandoo, earthquake at, '35. Justus Lipsius, '32. 72.

256. Juvenal, 28. 54; '31. 65 ; '32. 53. Katzbach, battle of, '28. 64. Juveneus, '31. 65.

Kaulsdorf, Prussian League, '42. Juvenile offenders, large proportion 114.

of, in England and Wales, in 1834, Kayleg, of Kent, his works, '37. 26. '36. 49; instances of, of extreme Ke, one of the Chinese celestial guilt, '36. 477 ; their ages, and signs, '30. 27. how often re-convicted (1837), Kea, population of, '33. 59. '39. 95; Act for establishing a Kêa, one of the Chinese celestial prison for (1 & 2 V'ict. c. 82), id. signs, '30. 27. 160, 161.

Kea-king, emperor of China, '30. Jyar, '28. 14.

28.
a Jewish month, '30. 13. Kean, Mr., dies, '34. 245.

Keane, Sir John, captures Gbizny,
40.259.

Lord, vote of thanks to, '41. K.

201; Queen's message to parlia

meut in favour of, '42. 174 ; his Kachenofski, '31. 77.

Annuity Bill debated, id. 176 ; Kadlubek, Vinc., '31. 69; '32. 75. his Annuity Act (4 Vict. c. 1), Kælreuteria paniculata, '29. 65. id. 125. Kaimes, Lord, '31. 74 ; '32. 61. Keats, his allusion to the fall of the “ Kalendar of Shepardes” referred

year, '29. 41. to and quoted, '40. 26, 27.

Sir R. G., monument to, '36. Kalish and Toeplitz, conference at 249.

(Russia, Austria, and Prussia), Kebus, the additional days of the '36. 250.

Coptic year, '30. 16. Kallioikus, '31. 74; '32. 51. Kën-Lung, emperor of China, '30. Kalmia latifolia, '29. 65.

28. Kalvorde, bailiwick of, Prussian Keighley, population of (1821), "29. League, '42. 113.

81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, Kamper, Van, '32. 74.

'33. 77; church at, in progress, Professor Van, dies, '40. '42. 206. 141.

Keighwin, Captain, and the Go. Kamphiuzen, D. R., '31. 73 ; '32. vernor of Bombay, declare them72

selves king's subjects, '32. 26.

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