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Livre Austrian (Lombardo-Vene- Llauder, remonstrance of, '35. tian), its value, &c. (1829), '30. 253.

Llorente, J. A., '31. 77 ; '32. 72. Livy, born, '28. 33.

Lloyd, Charles, dies, '40. 141. Llau-Asaph, population of, '33. 80.

Mrs. Catherine, death of, Llandaff, diooese of, number of '31. 240; acquittal of Mr. St.

Sunday schools in the, in 1826, John Long for mauslaughter of,
'29. 95.

'32. 236.
Llan-ddeviolen, population of, 33. Loadstone, on the, '32. 59.
79.

Loan to the India Company from
Llandebie, population of, '33. 79. the Bank of England, '32. 32.
Llan-degai, population of, '33. 79. Loan Societies Establishment Act
Llandyssul-Ywch-Kerdin, popula (5 & 6 W. IV. c. 23), '36. 115,
tion of, '33. 79.

116, Llanegwad, population of, '33. 79.

in Ireland, Act to Llanelly, population of, '33._79; amend the laws relating to (6

Gas Light Act, '36. 208; Rail & 7 W. IV. c. 55), '37. 125,
way Bill, *29. 182; Railway and 126.
Dock Company furtber Act, '36.

charitable, in Jre-
210; Railway and floating dock, land, state of the (1830), 31.
account of, '35. 248, 249, Rail. 112, 113.
way, account of, '37. 104; par. Loans, on the credit of parliament,
ticulars of, '41. 68; further ac when first contracted, '32. 82.
count of, id. 94, 95.

to goveniment, '32. 79-99; Llanfair Caereinion, population of, by the East India Company, id. 33. 80.

27 ; from government to the East Llanfihangel ar-Arth, population of, India Company, id. 32. '33. 79.

Lobau, Marshal, dies, '40. 254, Llanfihangel Railway, account of, Lobelia senecioides, '31. 41 ; tupa, 37. 88; '41. 62.

id. ib. Llaufyllin, population of, '33. 81. Loblolly Bay, '29. 65. Llangefni, population of, '33. 78. Lobo, Rodriguez, '31. 71 ; 32. 70. Llangendeirin, population of, '33. 79. Local Courts, Mr. Brougham's moLlangeruiew Inclosure Act, '41. tion for a Bill to establish, '31. 214.

203; (Kent, Durham, and NorLlangollen, &c., population of, '33. thumberland), Bill introduced 79.

by Mr. Brougham, id. 207; Llanidloes, population of, '33. 80, General Bill introduced by Lord 81.

Chancellor Brougham, '32. 188; Llau-llechid, population of, '33. 79. new Bill introduced by Lord Llan-llwchaiarn, population of, '33. Brougham, particulars of, *34. 80.

189, 190; Bill rejected, id. 197. Llan-shaidar-yn-Mochnant, popu Local taxes (Scotland), by whom to lation of, '33. 80.

be collected, '37. 130. irKimmerch, popula- Loch Lomond, accideut 011; '29. tion of, '33. 79.

243. Llan-rwst, population of, '33. 80; Lochabar district of roads, their Road Act, '38. 211.

extent and annual expense, "29. Llantrissent, population of, '33. 80. 84. Llanvihangel Railway, particulars Lochbroom, population of, '33. 87. of, '41. 62.

Loche, M., his notice of flights of Llanykil with Bala, population of, butterflies, '30. 38. '33. 80.

Lochmaben, population of, '33. 83. Llanymynech, &c. Inclosure Act, Lochwinnoch, population of, '33. '38. 208.

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Lock Hospital, '30. 140.
Locke, Jolin, '28. 60; '31.71; '32.

60. Locke and Errington, Messrs., en

gineers of the Glasgow, Paisley,

and Greenock Railway, '42. 62. Lockwood, population of, '33. 77. Locombe Corner and Salisbury Road

Act, '41. 219. Locomotive steam-carriages, progress

of the invention of, '37. 81-85; prize given to Mr. Stephenson for,

30. 261. Locomotive Engines; see RAIL

WAY, passim. Locust-tree, '29. 67. Loddigesia oxalidifolia, '31. 41. Lodge, Edmund, dies, '40. 141. Lodgings, ready.furnished, punishment for robbing. '28. 137.

removing goods from, constables may interfere in certain

cases, '40. 165. Lodi, battle of, '28. 63. Lofthouse-cum-Carlton Iuclosure

Act, '38. 208.
Log, first mentioned, '29. 62.

and log-book, '41. 39; of a ship, id. 39, 40.

calendars, early instances of, 39. 53. Logwood, duty on (1829), '30. 199;

quantity exported in 1833 and 1834, '36. 156; import and home consumptiou of, and duty on, in 1837, 39. 184; the same, in 1838, '40. 176 ; the same, in 1839, '41. 183; the same, in 1840, '42. 156. Logania floribunda. '31. 41. "Logarithms," '32. 59 ; invented,

28. 60; Napier. '29. 61; on the use of small tables of, in com. mercial calculations, and on the practicability of a decimal coinage, by A. de Morgan, '41.54 21 ; works on, mentioned, id.

57. Logieruit, population of, '33. 36. Lohenstein, '31. 72; '32. 65. Jooitering of hackney-carriage drivers,

penalty for, '39. 160; and see,

New POLICE Act. Lokeio, extent and population of, in

1828, '28. 72.

Lomatia longifolia, '31. 41; silici.

folia, id. ib. Lombardo-Venetian gold and silver

coins, their names, value, weight, alloy, and value in English

money (1829), -30. 105. “ Lombards, History of the,” '32.

51. Lombardus, Peter, '31. 69; '32.

66. Lombardy, founded, '28. 56.

under the Franks, '28. 56.

Venetian, increase of inhabitants in, '29. 77.

and Venice, extent and population of (1831), '33. 51.

Poplar, '29. 66. Lomonosoft, '31. 75; '32. 76. London, founded, "28. 51; first

charter to the city of, id. 57; mayoralty of, formerly held for life, id. 13; city, arms of, origin of the addition of the dagger tu, '36. 229, 230; city of, ordered to make a return of their income and expenditure to the House of Commons, '30. 226; bankers, amount of their deposits in the Bank of England, in each year from 1832 to 1840, 41. 182; brewers, see below, VICTUALLERS; corn averages at, their effect on the duty, '12. 76 ; corporation of, not in. cluded in the Municipal Corpuration Act, '36. 91 ; custom-house accommodation for passengers and luggaye from abroad, 31. 215; diseases of, Dr. Willar's re. port on, extract from, '29. 122, 123; fire-nffices, amount of duty paid by, in 1827, id. 199; number of licensed victuallers, brewers, and beer retailers, and quantity of malt consumed by them, in 1840, 12 169; panoramic view of, at the Coliseum, '28. 174.

Company (India), ordered to cease trading, '32. 26.

population of (1821), '29. 82; in 1700, 1750, 1801, 1811, and 1821, 28. 85; in each year, from 1801 to 1828, '30. 120; population of, number of houses, families, and persons in, and their

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several occupations and ages, '28. 86, 87; population and representation of, 33. 68; difference of time between, and the principal towns of the United Kingdom, '31. 13-23; Bill of Mortality for, for 1831, '33. 24; from De. cember 1831 to December 1832, 34. 31; from Decenuber 1833 to December 1834, 36. 37; from December 1834 to December 1835, '37. 49; from December 1835 to December 1836, '38. 47; from December 1836 to December 1837, '39. 60; from December 1837 to December 1838, '40. 59; rental of charities, chartered companies, and parochial charities, '36. 175; state of crime in, in 1833, '35. 188; Police Bill passes the Commous, '40. 207; police commissioners not to sit in Parlia. ment, ich. ib.; postage collected at, in 1832 and 1833, '35. 192; collected at, in 1832, 1833, and 1834, '36. 179; same, in 1835, '37. 178; same, in 1836, '38. 196; same, in 1837, '39. 196 ; house tax, inhabited, number of houses assessed to, and rental of same, for year ending 5th April, 1830, '32. 108; savings banks, friendly and charitable societies, amount of deposits and accounts in (1831), id. 102; savings banks, state of, on 20th November, 1837, '39. 134; consumption of coals in, in each year, from 1801 to 1828, '30. 120; strike of builders in, '35. 260; for further niatters relating to London, see

LONDON, PORT op,' infra. London University, '30. 162; nearly

completed, '28. 173; account of the, id. 174; portico and dome completed, '30. 238; progress of, opening of, for academical session, 29. 219; University opened, id. 214; annual meetings of the proprietors of, '30. 260; '41. 253 ; prizes distributed, '30. 263; distribution of medical prizes, id. 262; '31. 236 ; question of grant of a charter to, argued before the Privy Council, '35. 258; meeting

relating to the incorporation of, '36. 250; address from the Commons for the grant of a charter to,

id. 190, 191. London Caoutchouc Company Act, '38. 209.

Cemetery Company Act, 37. 218.

Constables Act, '40. 214.

Patent White Lead Com. pauy Act, '40. 212.

Police Act, '40. 214.

Small Debts Amendment Act, '36. 208.

societies, institutions, charities, &c., viz. London Aged Christian Society, '30. 149; Annuity Society, id. 146 ; Amociation (Moravian), id. 155; Ausi. liary Society in aid of the Baptist Highland Mission, id. ib.; Benefit Society's Almshouses, progress of, '38. 231 ; corresponding board of the Highland School Society, '30. 158; Destitute Sick Society, i. 144; Dispensary (two), id. 143; Electrical Dispensary, id. 144; Female Penitentiary, id. 150; Fever Hospital, id. 110; General Institutioii for the gratuitous cure of Malignant Diseases, id. ib.; Hospital, id. 139; Institution, id. 161; Institution, meetings of, from February to April 1834, 34. 27 ; Itinerant Society, '30. 154; Life Association, its division of profits, '31. 88; its subscribed guarantee capital, id. 94; Maritime Institution, '30. 147; Mechanics’ Institution, id. 164; Missionary Society, id. 155; Orphan Asylum, id. 156; Phrenological Society, '31. 138; Society, '30. 151 ; Society Protestant Schools, id. 157; Vaccine Institution, id. 141.

Bridge, *28. 66; built of stone, id. 57.

old, alterations of, and other works at, during the progress of the new bridge described, '32. 221, 225; removal of, nearly completed, '33. 226 ; plan of the old and new, and elevatiou of the new, and of its immediate

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approaches, '32. 229; difference in luigh water at the Lurulon Dock since the removal of old Loudon

Bridge, '36. 34. Loudon Bridge, new, first stone of,

laid, ceremony described, '32. 221; several arches of, completed, :24. 174; progress of its building, in 1829, 30.242; last arch of, ad. vancing to completion (1828), *20. 221; key-stole of the last arch of, fixed, id. 246 ; completion of, and full (description of the progress and method of building, &c., '32. 222232; opening of, ceremony of, by William IV., id. 231, 239; time occupied in its erection, id. 228; expenses of corstructing, id. 231; supposed insecurity of, ich ib. 232.

Acts relating to, viz. Rebuilding Ameudment Act, 30. 231; Approaches Acts, '31. 211; "32. 215; '33. 210; further Act, '35. 219; Extension Act, 40. 213.

approaches, progress and description of, *34. 208– 210; further progress and account of, '35. 231, 235.

approaches fuid, power to charge, '40. 162.

Dock Company, their tables of the time of high water at Loudon, from 1802 to 1826, referred tu, 30. 57.

Docks, new entrance to, described, '32. 232, 233; Improvement Bill, *29. 183; error concerning the water in the, id. 107, 108; high water at, difference of, since the removal of old Loudon Bridge, '36.34; high water at the, for every day iu 1833, '33. 20, 21; tables showing the same, iu 1831, '34. 28, 29; in 1836. '36. 31–36; iv 1837, '37. 47,48; in 1038, '38. 45, 46.

port of, customs duties received at, in 1833, '35. 173; collected at. in 1834, '36. 157; same in the years ending 5th January, 1835 aud 1836, 37. 104; same in year ending 5th January, 1837, '38. 175; the

· same during the yeurs mided Sub January, 1837 and 1838, '39. 191; the name, in the year 1838, '40. 187; the same during 1839, '41. 188; the same in 1810, .42. 164; port dues, Act regulating (4W. il. c. 32), '35. 137, 138; Coal and Wine Duties Extension Act, '41. 218; number of vessels, and their tonnage, which entered the, from 1823 to 1827, 29. 193 ; number and tonnage of coasting vetsels which entered the, in 1838, '40. 187; number of ships aud ainount of their tonnage which eutered the, in 1932, 1933, and 1834, '36. 163; same, in year 1835, '37. 166 ; same, iu 1836, 38. 176 ; same, in 1837, 39. 188; same in 1838, '40. 186; in 1839 and 1810, '42. 160; coals, culm, and cinders entered coastwise, and duty thereou, iu 1829, '31. 190; coals, quantity imported into, in 1833, and from whence, '35. 186; brought into, and from whence, in 1833, 1834, and 18:35, *37. 171; brought into, in 1835 and 1836, '38. 183; in 1836, 39.

in 1836, 1837, and 1838, 40. 193; in 1838 and 1839, '41. 193; in 1810, '42. 163; spirits in boud at the, on 5th January, 1836, 1837, and 1838, 39. 192; spirits, foreign, in bond, at, in 1839, '41. 191 ; teas, quantities and descriptions of, imported into, in 1833-31 and 1834-35, 36. 172; wines, foreign, in bond, in, ou 3th

January, 1840, '41. 192. London, diocese of, number of Sun

day schools in the, in 1826, 29. 95 ; number of parishes, beuefices, and churches and chapels in, and population of (1834). '35. 127; revemes of bishop, of cathedral, and of benefices, sums paid to curates, in whom patronage of benefices is vested, and other particulars relating to same (1833), 36. 82-89.

Bishop of, his commission of inquiry into the diseases and destitutiou amongst the tabuoring poor, &c., '40. 29, 30, 45.

John of, his works, '37. 24.

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London, treaty of, '31. 61.

Middlesex, and Westminter, house tax, iuhabited houses assessed to, and rental of same, for year ending 5th April, 1830, '32. 106-108.

and Birmingham Canal Bill, debate on the frauds of, '31. 204.

and Westminster Bank, debates on, '35. 206—208; Bank, account and view of, and remarks on, '39, 236_240.

Railways, viz. Grand Junction Railway Act, '37.223 ; Rail. way, particulars of, '41. 76.

and Birmingham Railway further Act, '40. 217; Extension Act, '36. 209; Railway, course of, described, and other particulars relating to, '34. 238, 239; progress of, *35. 248; Railway opened, '39. 251; further account and opening of, its receipts, &c., '40. 77–79; accouut of, up to 1837, '38. 5156; particulars of, '41. 72; account of, and of its expenses, &c., up to its opening on 17th September, 1838, 39. 113_119; particulars of, '41. 72; accidents on, '36. 216 ; entrance to Euston-square, account of, '38, 242, 243; further ac. count, and view, and ground plan of, :39. 233-236; Birmingham terminus of same, account and view of, id. 236, 237; school of, '42. 241.

and , Blackwall Railway, particulars vf, '41. 78; Further Powers Act, '42. 196 ; account of the railway, its total length, extent opened since November 1810, id. 56 ; further particulars relating to the same, and its expelises, id. 64-66.

and Brighton Railway Act, '38. 213; Railway, particulars of, 41. 80; opened, '42. 243; the total length of the main line, and extent openeil since November 1810, id. 56 ; full . account of såme, and of its expenses, id. 67 -70.

-and CroydonRailway opened,

'40. 258; particular of, '41.

72. London and Greenwich Railway

opened, '40. 255; Railway tolls, Ravensborne Act, '38. 213; Railway, particulars of, '41. 72. ...

and Sonthampton Railway, partial opening of, celebrated, '39. 249; further progress and partial opening of, ich 121 - 123; account of, up to 1837, '38. 56 59; and particulars of, '41. 72.

- and South Western Railway, particulars of, '41. 72;. Act amending former Act of, '42. 196.

and Birmingham Railway School, '42. 241. Londonderry, Derry, population of

(1821), 29. 83; in 1821 and 1831, '34. 92; electors, number of, in, in 1831, '37. 182; postage collected at, in 1832 and 1833, '35. 192; amouut collected at, in 1832, 1833, and 1831, '36. 179; same, in 1835, '37. 179; same in 1836, 38. 196; Bridge, &c., Act, '36. 207; Bridge and Port Amendment Act, '39. 211; Improvement Act, '33. 209.

port of, customs duties, received at, in 1833, '35. 173; col. lected at, in 1831, '36. 157; the same, in the years ending 5th January, 1835 and 1836, 37. 161; the same, for the 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 1938, '40. 187; the same, during 1839, '41. 188; the same, in 1810, '42. 164.

Marquis of, debate on his supposed appointment as ambassador, '36. 187, 188; his motion for the advance on Exchequer biHs, when about a certain average price, '39. 81; his mansion at Wynyard destroyed by tire,

:42. 236. Long, Mr. F., architect of the Royal

Justitution of South Wales, Swansea, '40. 241. Mr. St. John, coroner's ver

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