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Manasses, Cunst., '31. 68; '32. 51. Manchester. population of (1821),

'29. 82; 1820 and 1831, 31. 50; population and representation of, '33. 66; difference of time between, and London, '31. 17; 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 1836, '38. 196 ; same, in 1837, '39. 196; particulars of trade and manufactures of, '35. 78; i power looms, number of, in (1836), '37. 183 ; Branch Bank of England at, '33. 111; Clamber of Commerce, their resolution in favour of free trade, '41. 121, 122; their tables of prices of provisious and wages, from 1810 to 1814, '34.48; Collegiate Church, revenues of (1835), '36. 83; earuings of cotton spinners at, in 1801, 1814, and 1833, 34. 53 ; provisions, price of, at, from 1826 to 1832, id. 51; wages at, in 1832, id. ib. 52; in cotton factories, &c., at various times, from 1806 to 1833, id. 53, 54 ; accident at the New Quay Company's wharf, *29. 235; building at, for the fine arts, id. 219; halfpenny church rate refused, '35. 261; great meeting at, 1819, '28. 65 ; motion of Mr. Hunt for inquiry concerning, '33. 200; Musical Festival, 29. 241; riots at, '30. 261; Unitarian Chapel at, accouut of, '40. 231; conference at, on the corn laws, '42. 241, 242; corporation charter established, id. 236 ; com law meeting, id. 238; “ History of," '32. 62.

Acts relating to, viz.: Gas Works (further) Act, '32. 215; Extension Act, '38. 210; Impmvements acts, *31. 211; '33. 209; '37. 219; :40. 213; Police Improvement Act (2 & 3 Vict. c. 87), id. 163; Police Rate Assessment Act (3 & 4 Vict. c. 30), '41. 148 ; Manchester and Oldham Road Act, 38. 211; and Salford Junction Canal further Act, :41. 221;

Water Works Company further

Act, '12. 194. Manchester, Ashton-under-Lyne, and

Sheffield Railway, particular of, '11. 78; and Birmingham Railway Act, '38. 212; Variation Act, '10. 216 ; Railway, partial opening of, '41. 95; particulars uf, id. 78.

Bolton, and Bury Railway Act, '33. 211; Amendment Act, '36. 210; Canal Navigation and Railway further Act, - '39. 213; Railway, particulars of, '41. 70.

and Leeds Railway Act, '37. 223; Extension Act, '40.217; further Act, '42. 197 ; Railway, progress and accouut of, '40, 87, 88; further opening of, '41. 91; account of, *38. 65, 66; 41. 78; its total length and extent opened since November 1840, '42. 56; particulars relating to the line and its brauches, id. 57 -60.

and Liverpool Railway Amendment Act, '32. 218; Ex. tension Act, '40. 217; Railway, progress of the works to 1829, described, '30. 251-253; completion and opening of, 31. 229, 231, 238; particulars of, '41. 66 ; Company's premium for a locomotive steam-engine, '37.83; prize given to Mr. Stephenson for his railway carriage, '30. 261; Railway, revenue and profits of, from the beginning of 1836 to June 1839, '40. 77; account of, and of its anticipated and actual results, up to the end of 1835, '37. 94-102 ; particulars of, to 1840, 41, 66.

and Oldham Railway, particulars of, '41. 66.

and Sheffield Railway Act, '32. 216: Railway, par.

ticulars of, '41. 70. Mandamus, Act to improve pro

an ceeding in prohibition and writs

of (1 W. IV. c. 21), '32. 140. Mandeville, B. de, '32. 61. Mandovich, John, '37. his

works, id. 25.

22;

Manests, P, '31. 73.

families, number of, employed in, Manesse, Rudger of, '32. 63.

in each county in England, iu Manetho, '31. 65; *32. 48.

1011, 1821, and 1831, '31, 86, Manetti, Gianozzo, '31. 70; '32. 87; number of persons employed 38.

in, in each county of England, Manewden Inclosure Act, '39. 209. Wales, and Scotland (1831), '35. Mangalore, capitulates to Tippoo, 73–103. 32. 37.

Mamufactures, abstracts of parliaManganese, punishment for stealing, mentary documents relating to, *29, 135.

in 1827, '28. 166, 167; in 1828, ore, duty on (1832), '29. 190–196 ; in 1829, 30. 207 :33. 192.

--214; in 1830, '31. 188-193; Mangel-wurzel, distillation from, in 1831, '32. 176—183; in 1832, allowed, '33. 170.

'33. 175—186; in 1833, '34. 151 Mangi, or Maha-Tchin, formerly one -170; in 1834, 35. 173–186;

of the great divisions of China, in 1835, '36. 155–173; in 1836, 29. 80.

37. 159–173; in 1837, '38. 173 Mangold, '31. 66 ; '32. 63.

-183; in 1838, 39, 182-193; Manifesto of the King of Prussia, in 1839, '40. 173-187; in 1840, 31.54.

'41. 182–193; in 1811, '42. 161 Mauilla, discovered, '28. 59 ; fire at, -164. '34. 212; reinoval of sick English

and produce, British, to, from Canton, '42. 233.

value of exports of, from Great Manua, duty on (1832), '33. 192. Britain, in the years ending 5th Manners, Mr., architect of the Ab January, 1835 and 1636, '37. 161,

bey Church, Bath, restoration and 162 ; the same, in the years alteration, *35. 230.

ending 5th January, 1836, 1837, Mansergh, &c., Inclosure Act, '38. and 1838, '39. 182, 183; the 208.

same, and quantities thereof, in Mansfield, population of (1821), '29. the year 1838, '40. 180; the

82; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, same, in 1839, '41. 197; the same, '33. 70.

in 1841, '42. 161, 164. and Pinxton Railway, ac

Excise and Customs count of, *37. 89; '41. 64.

duties on materials of (1829), '30. Lord, his rule concerning 198203. patents, '30. 125.

state of, and the effects Manslaughter, punishment for (9 G. of the tax on coals in Ireland IV. c. 31), 29. 150.

(1830), '31. 111, 112. verdict of, against a

of the United States landlord, for death of six persons (1828), '32. 124, 125.

by fall of houses, '33. 232. Manufacturers, their opinions against Mantell, Mr., bis report of obstetric protective duties, 41. 121. practice in Lewes, '39. 30.

Manufacturing districts, distress in, Mantinea, battle of, '28. 52.

'42. 242. Mantua, claim of the Duke of

labourers in Great Nevers to, '31. 47; possessed by Britain, proportion of the, to the him, id. ib.; earthquake at, *28. agricultural labourers (1829), '29. 68.

86; population, crime amongst, Manuel, Juan, '32. 70.

compared with same amoug agriPhiles, ich 31.

cultural population, '40.37-39; Manufacture, stealing goods exposed see also, CRIME POPULATION;

during, punislıment for, '28. 132 ; labourers in France, their propor; alteration of rame, '38. 162.

tion to the number of agricultural Manufactures, established in Eng labourers (1829), 29. 86.

laud by Belgic refugees, '28. 59; Manure, quantity of, userl in Hol.

Jand, 29. 133; Act exempting Margaly, a Malabar month, '30. carriages carrying, from toll (5 25.

& 6 W. IV. c. 18), '36. ill. Margam, population of, '33. 80. Many.Powered convolvulus, '31.38; Margate, population of (1821), "29.

Hakea, id. 40; Logania, id. 41. 82; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, Many-toothed leucospernum, '31. '33. 64. 41.

Maria Theresa, the empress, war for Manzini, '31. 72, 74 ; '32. 56.

ber succession, '31. 51. Manu, a Chinese horary character, Marian civil war, '28. 53.

30. 28; Chinese division of the Mariana. Juan, '31. 73; '32. 70. day, '31. 9.

Marianus Scotus, '31. 66 ; '32. 63. Mapes, Walter, '31. 68; '32. 58. Marie Antoinette, beheaded, '28. 62. Maple, '29. 41; period of its being Marigold, the African, '28. 37. ju leaf, '30. 39.

Marive chronometer, dissertation ou, ash-leaved, '29. 64, 68; '42. 27-45. scarlet, id. ib.

Marine insurance, observations on, Maps, invented, '29.57.

28. 127. duty on (1836), *37. 128.

Company Act, Mar. Earl ot, imprisoned, '33. 228. '41. 216; their office, Cornhill, Marabodus, defeated by Arminius, remarks on, '38. 232. '28. 54.

insurances, sims received Maracaibo, consulat, his salary for stamps on, in 1831, '33. 182; (1828), '31. 182.

stamps on, amount of, in 1837, Marakham, the same, id. ib.

'39. 178; the same, in 1838, '40. Marathon, battle of, '28. 51.

173. Marble, duty on (1829), '30. 200;

· Mutiny Act (10 G. IV. c. free of duty, '33. 193.

6), '30. 165. arch at Buckingham Palace,

Society, '30. 156. nearly completed, '30. 238. Mariners' compass, first mentioned, Marbodæus, '31. 69; '32. 66.

'28. 57; when in use, 29. 61, Marcellus, takes Syracuse, '28.52. 62. March, population of, '33.58. Marines, number of, in the navy, in

month of, description of the 1839, '41. 198; prison for, '40. natural appearances of, in England, 158. 28. 32, 33; observations of a Marini, G., '31. 72; '32. 56. naturalist on the, *29. 33, 34; Maritime Alps, and their several 30. 38.

heights, *33. 33; alphabetical in-. “ March dust, a bushel of, is worth dex to same, &c., id. 49-53. a monarch's ransom," meaning

Cambrian Society, *30. of the phrase, 28. 32; 29. 33.

147. Marcellinus, Amm., *32. 53.

Marius, his victories, '28. 53; takes Marcellus, Non., '32. 54.

Rome, id. ib. ; death of, id. ib. Marchesvan, '28. 14; a Jewish Marivaux, '31. 75 ; '32. 69. month, '30. 13.

Mark Antony, triumvir, '28. 53. Marchetti, A., '31.72; '32. 57.

(coin, Denmark), its value, Marco Polo, 29. 80 ; '31. 68; '32. &c. (1839), '30. 103 ; of sixteen 54.

shillings, ditto ditto, id. ib.; piece Marculfe, '31. 67; '32. 66.

of six, ditto ditto, id. ib. Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, '32. 49. Banco (Hamburgh), its value

Porcius Cato, dies, '28. (1829), '30.. 105. 53.

Market-gardeners' horses, duty on, Tharbonses, '32. 51.

repealed (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 39), Marengo, battle of, '28, 63.

'34..124. Mare's tail cloud, '30. 80; forebodes

Harborough, population of, rain, id. 84.

'33. 67; difference of time be

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tween, and London, '31. 17; Road Act, '42. 196. Market Harborough and Loughbo

rough Roads Trust, tolls collected on, in 1834 and 1839, '42. 119.

and Welford, the same, id. ib. Markets, new, '29. 181; built, or in

progress, in 1829, '30. 240.;. in progress, in 1830, '31. 220—222; and see further, PUBLIC IMPROVE

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servations on, and objects of, "37. 62-70; the former favourable to the church establishment, and bow, '42. 48. Marriages, special licences for, ac

count of, '37.67; number of, ce. lebrated, aud whether or not according to the rites of the church, from July to December 1837, '39.. 196 ; from 1837 to 1840, 42. 47 ; number of, in England and Wales, in year ending 30th June, 1839, 41. 196 ; number of, under twenty-one years of age, in 1839, id. .56; proportion of same, in the year ended June 1810, '42. 171 ; table of recorded ages in a given number of mar. riages, '41. 57; number of, registered and how solemnized, in the year ending 30th June, 1838, '49.55; number of, registered in years ending 30th June, 1838 and 1839, '41. 50-57; abstract of, &c., id. 55; number of, in 1837–38 and 1838–39, and 1839 -40, and in each quarter, '42. 46; number registered, and how solemnized, from 1837 to 1840, id. 47; proportion per cent. of persons married in each county of England and Wales, in the year ended June 1840, who could not write, id. 171.

number of buildings in each county of England and Wales registered for solemnization of, under 6 & 7 W. IV.c. 85, up to 1839, '39. 196 ; in 1837 and 1838, '40. 53 ; up to 1840, '41. 199.

within the prohibited degrees, void, '36. 126, 127..

may be solemnized without religious rites (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 85), "37. 138—140.

Bill for, passes the Commons, '37.207; debates ou, in the Lords, id. 211, 212; the Bill passes, id. 213; Lords' amendments in, rejected, Bill aban. doned, id. 214; conversation in the Lords aus to an alteration of the law, '42. 182.

Acts relating to: marriages

led,

61,

Markinch, population of, '33. 84. Marksmen, proportion per cent. of,

who married in the year ended June 1840, in each county of

England and Wales, '42.-171.Marlborough, population and representation of, '33. 75.

and Salisbury Road alteration Act, '37. 222.

House, grauted to Queen Adelaide, '32. 1 45. Marlow, population and representa

tion of, '33. .58 ; Rebuilding Bridge (Suspension). Act, '30.

231. Marlowe, Christopher, '31. 70; *32.

39. Marmalade, foreign, duty on (1836),

37. 128. Marmol, Luis, '31. 71 ; '32. 70. Marmontel, '31. 77; '32. 69. Marnix, P. van, '32. 72. Marnoch, living of, disputed, '42.

239. Marot, Clement, '31.71 ; '32. 67. Maroto, deserts Don Carlos, '40.

260. Marquesas, discovered, '30. 95. Marriage, forbidden to priests, "28.

56; how solemnized at the time of the Commonwealth, '37. 67; law of, in England, before 1751; id. 66 ; conversation in the House of Lords on a proposed alteration in the law, '42. 182.

early, where they most prevail in England, id. 48.

increase of, between 1837 and 1840, id. 47.

6 is not made of mush. rooms," application of the maxim, 29. 142.

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in certain places and during re- i Marsic, on social war, 28. 33. pairs of churches valid (11 G. Marsilius Ficinus, '32. 35. il.c. 18), '31. 143; Act to ren. Marsollier, J., '31. 75; '32. 68. der certain, valid, and to alter Martemar, *31. 65; '32. 46. the law with respect to certain, Marten, Maria, execution of Corder voidable (5 & 6 W. IV. c. 54), for murder of, '29. 212. '36. 126, 127 : Act for, Marten skius, see FURS. Englanı (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 85), Martial, -31. 65; *32. 53; epigram *37. 138—110; Act to explain of, quoted, '35. 31. same (7 W. IV. & 1 Vict. c. 22), Martianus Capella, '31. 63; '32. *38. 130-132; Act for regis 53. tering, in England (6 & 7 W'. Alartin, the, '28. 31; '31. 67, 69; Il. c. 86), *37. 111, 112; Act to '32. 69. explain and amend same (7 W.

Polonus, '32. 75. Il.& 1 Vict. c. 22), '38. 130_.

a mådman, fires York Jin132; Act to provide for the so. ster, '30. 260. lemnization of, in the districts in

Mr.Montgomery, his average or wear which parties reside (3 & of the consumption of sugar, '41. 4 Vict. c. 72), 41..160.

126. Marriages in France, from 1917 to “ Martin of Tours," poem on, '32. 1825, 28. 89; in Paris, in 1826,

53. id. ib.

Martineau, Miss, her petition in Married women, institutions for the favour of extended copyright,

delivery of. in and near London, presented, '40. 199. '30, 141-143.

Martinez and Arena, executed at Marrying at a prudent age, Defoe's Mexico, '29. 233.

observation on, '29. 142; Sumuer, Martinique, earthquake at, '40. Bishop of Chester, observation on, 256 ; rebellion of the slaves at, id. 136, 137.

'35.253. Mars, occultation of, *29. 58. Martos, Professor, dies, '36. 108. Marseilles, number of English resiile Martucci, Signor, his “ Biblioteca

ing at, in 1829, '30.217: British Italiana" referred to, '29. 79; his consul at, his salary (1828), '31. estimate of the population of 181; wages at, '34.60; attempted China, id. ib. 80. insurrection at, '42. 237.

Martyrology," *32. 69. Marsh, Adam, '37. 22.

Martyrs, era of, '30. 16. Marsh Baldon Allotment Act, *37.

Isle, at Oxford, progress 218.

and account of, '42. 102. Gibbon Inclosure Act, '42. Marullus Tarchoniota, 32. 51. 191.

Marvell, A., 31. 72; '32. 60; his Marshall, Lieutenant, defeats the dislike of the excise, '38. 68. Beloochees in Scinde, '42. 234. Mary, Queen of Scotland, beheaded,

Sir Chapman, Lord Mayor '28. 59. of London, '40. 261.

Maryborough, population of, in 1821 Marshalsea Prison, number of and 1831, '34. 90.

debtors in, in 1831 and 1832, '31. Maryland, abstract of the constitu172.

tion, government, legislative and Dublin, poor prisoners executive judiciary appointments, in, support of, '37. 123.

and elective franchise of (1831), Marsham, Robert, his observations '32. 116; extent, population, and

on the various periods of birds number of representatives, id. 120; singing, and trees and shrubs population of, and number of flowering, &c., '30. 39.

slaves in, in 1790, 1800, 1810, Marshman, Rev. Dr., dies, '39. 1820, 1830, '33. 90. 141.

Marylebone, population, &c. of, '28.

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