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Newgate-street, improvements in,

'34. 212. Newhaven, Leitb, and Edinburgh

Railway Act, '37. 221; Railway,

particulars of, '41. 78. Newington Butts, population, &c.

of, '28. 86, 87. Newmarket, difference of time be

tween, and London, '31. 14. Newman, Mr. J., architect of the

new school for the indigent blind, '36. 221.

Street Lying-in Charity, '30. 142. Newport, Sir John, his motion on

Irish First Fruits, '31. 204; his pension discussed, '41.203; majority against ministers on, id. ib.

Isle of Wight, population and representation of, '33. 63.

Monmouthshire, Chartist attack on, '40, 260, 261; Docks Act,'36.211; Dock Company Further Act, '40. 218; further Act, '42. 197; Harbour Improvement Act, '37. 224; cuals, quantity sent from, in 1837,'39. 192; quantity shipped from, in 1839, '41. 193.

church at, building, '37.229; completed, 38. 218.

Pagnell, population of, *33. 58; difference of time between, and London, '31. 14.

and Northampton Roads Trust, tolls collected

on, in 1834 and 1839, '42. 119. Newry, Down, population of (1821),

29. 83; electors, number of, in, in 1834, '37. 182; Church Act, *30. 231; Navigation Improvements Act, id. 232; further Act, 37.224; Navigation Acts Amendment Act, '42. 198; Road Re. pairing Act, '36. 209.

port of, customs duty collected at, in 1834, '36. 157; the same in the years ending 6th January, 1835 and 1836, '37. 164; the same for the year ending 5th January, 1837, 38. 175; received at, in 1833, '35. 173; the same, in the years ended 5th January, 1837 and 1838, 39. 191 ; the same, in the year 1838.

'40. 187; the same, during 1839, '41. 188; the same, during 1840,

'42. 164. “ News from the Stars," referred to,

'29. 12. Newspapers, what to be deemed,

separate stamps to be used for, regulations as to publishers and printers of, duty on, reduced to one penny, '37. 135—137; lectures not to be published in, without leave, '36. 130; number of square feet of surface of one copy of each of the London daily, during 1831, and amount of stamp duty on such one copy, a rate of duty per 100 square feet, '33. 189.

stamps on, Mr. E. L. Bulwer's resolutions concerning, '33. 204: meeting to petition for repeal of, '36. 246; conference upon the repeal of, id. 243; proposed reduction of, to ld., an. nounced, '37. 193; Stamp Duties Bill passed in the Commons, id. 211; a second Bill passes both houses, id. 214; Act to reduce Stamps on, and to amend the Laws relating to Duties on, and on Advertisements (6 and 7. W. IV. c. 76), id. 134-137; stamps proposed to be abolished, rejected, *38. 201; number of stamps on, in England and Scotland, from 1826 to 1830, '31. 197; in Ireland, in 1827, 1828, and 1829, id. ib.; issued in London, from 1825 to 1829, id. ib.; stamps for, issued from 1821 to 1830, '33. 188; London, stamps issued for, from beginning of 1832, to March 31st, 1833, '34. 177; in Ireland, same time, id. ib.; stamps on, amount of, in 1837, 39. 178; the same, in 1838, '40. 173; number issued in the years ending 15th Sep. tember, 1835 and 1837, whether London, provincial, Scotch, or Irisb papers, '39. 196 ; same, in years ending 15th September, 1838 and 1839,'41.197; revenue from stamps on, increased by reduction of the duty, id. 98; amount of duty on, in the United

Kingdom, for various years, from 1797 to 1826, '28. 172; number of stamps on, in 1811 and 1826, id. ib.; amount of duty on, in 1835 and 1836, in the United Kingdom, '38. 196 ; produce of, and of advertisement stamps, in

1927, -29. 188. Newspapers, transmission of, number

of, and of stamped publications sent through post to places in the United Kingdom, in 1829, 33. 188; to the colonies, in 1830, ul. ib.; number received from the colonies, in 1830, id. ib.; number sent through post to foreign parts, in 1830, daily, weekly, &c., id. ib.; number of, seut by post on 210 July, 1838, 39. 250; num. ber posted in the Uuited Kingdom in the week ending Ith February, 1838, '40. 19).

postage of, to colonies and foreign parts, Act regulating (4 W. IV.c. 44), 35. 141-146 ; postage on, by private ships, reduced, '36.117; Act consolidating and amending the laws relating to postage ou newspapers (6 and 7. W. IV. c. 54), 1836, '37. 124, 125.

recognizances against the publication of libels in, increased(1 W.11.c.73), '31. 167.

Printers Relief Act (5 W. IV. c. 2). '36. 109, 110.

Irish, repeal of disqualification of printers convicted of libel (4 and 5 W. IV, c. 71), -35. 151.

number of, published in United States, in 1775, 1810, and

1828, '32. 123. Newton, Gilbert Stuart, dies, '36.

108. Newton, Sir Isaac, '31.74; '32. 60);

be dies, 28, 61; his discoveries, '29. 62; binomial theorem, id. 50 ; calculus, id. 60; his conclusion on the orbits of comets, id. 20; his opinion on comets, :35, 6; his system of the earth's motion, '36. 17,18; fluids, waves, 29.61 ; fluxious, id. 39; general indices, id. 56; application of

mechanics to astrononiy, id. 62; investigates the velocity of sound, id. 55 ; reflecting telescope, id. 63; his discovery of the true theory of the tides, '30. 51; his date of the foundation of Rome, '28. 50; lis evidence before the Committee of the House of Commous on the means of finding the lon.

gitude, '42. 29. Newton Aardes, population of, in 1821 and 1831, '31. 92.

Abbot Improvement Act, '37. 219; Small Debts Act; '41. 218.

upon Ayr, population of, '33. 82.

(Cheshire), population of, '33.59; and Warrington Railway, account and particulars of, 37. 105; 41. 68.

(Limerick) tithe affray, 37. 252.

-Stewart, population of, '33. 88. Newtown (Cambridgeshire), church at, in progress, ’12. 206.

(Hampshire), new church at, account of, '39. 221.

(Londonderry), population of, in 1821 and 1831, '34. 92.

(Lancashire), church- at, iutendeid, '38. 219.

(Montgomeryshire), population of, '33. 81; church at, in

tended, '42. 206. Newtowubarry, riots at, several

killed, '32. 239. Newtyle and Cupar Angus Railway

Act, '36. 210; further Act, '39. 21+; railway, particulars of, '41.

and Dundee Railway Act, *37. 224; railway, opening of, 33. 227; account of, '37. 93; particulars of, '41. 66.

and Glammiss Railway, particulars of, :41. 74. Next of kin, entitled to undisposed

of residue of testator's estates (1

W. IV. c. 40), '31. 151. Ney, Marshal, sentence against, pro

tested against by his son, '42.

237. Nibby, Antonio, dies, '41. 138.

74.

Nicander, Theriaca, '32. 48. Nicaragua wood, duty on (1829),

'30. 199; (1832), '33. 192. Nice, council of, 28. 5; ; treaty of,

31. 46; British consul at, his salary (1828), id. 181.

Savoy, Piedmont, and Genoa, extent and population of (1828),

28. 71. Nicephorus, '31. 66; '32. 50.

Blemmidas, '31. 68; 32. 51.

Bryennius, '31. 66; '32. 51.

Gregoras, '31. 68; 32. 51. Nicetas Acominatus, '31. 68; '32.

51. Nichills, clerk of the, in the Exche

quer, abolished, '34. 144. Nicholas, Emperor of Russia, crown

ed, '28.68; Knight of the Garter, id. 69; visits Warsaw, reproaches and threatens the deputation, '36. 219, 250.

of Lynn, '37.22; his works, id. 25, 26. Nicholl, Mr., sculptor of the bas

reliefs of the Oxford and Cambridge University Clubi, '38.

236. Nicholls, bis paraphrase on the Com

mon Prayer referred to, '30. 34. Nicholson, Margaret, death of, *29.

238. Nichonia ben Hakkanah, '32. 46 Nickel, duty on (1836), '37. 128. Nicoleff, '31. 77. Niebuhr, '31. 78; '32. 66. Niemcewiez, Count J. M., dies, '42.

124. Nieuwland, '31. 77; 32. 74. Nigellus, '31. 68; '32. 58. Niger, expedition to discover the

source of, undertaken by the brothers Lander, '31. 234; remarks on the new expedition, made in the House of Commons, '42.

175. Night, ancient division of, '31. 6;

period of, in law defined, '38.

160. “Night Thoughts,"' '32.61. Nightingale, the, '28. 36 ; '29. 35;

general period of its singing, '30.

39; its swiftness of Aying, 29. 40; allusion to the, by Chaucer,

Coleridge, Milton, id. 35. Nightmen, law relating to (1829),

30. 138. Nightshade, deadly, poisonous pro

perties of, and remedies against,

28. 121, 122. Nikander, K. A., dies, '40. 141. Nile, battle of the, '28. 63. Nimbus, '30. 84; is always followed

by rain or snow, id, 85. Nimeguen, peace of, '28. 60; '31.

49. Nimmo, Mr., his report on the roads

in the west of Ireland, '31. 229. Nineveh, or Assyria, '28. 50.

-Birmingham, church building at, '35.228. Ninians, St., S:irling, population

of (1821), '29. 83. Nipclivo, treaty of, :31. 51. Nisan, '28. 14; a Jewish month, '30.

13; a Syrian month, id. 17. Nisi, the additional days of the Coptic year, '30. 16.

Prius, sittings of, when held, 28. 9. Nissim, '31. 68; *32. 47. Nithard, '31. 66; '32. 63. Nitrate of silver, poisonous proper

ties of, and remedies against, '28.

117. Nitre, poisonous properties of, and

remedies against, .28. 119; its resemblance to Glauber salts, id. ib.

duty on (1829), '30. 202.

cubic, and saltpetre, exports of, value of, in 1834 aud 1835, 37. 162; import and home consumptiou of, and duty on, in 1837,'39. 185; the same in 1838, 40.177; the same in 1839, 41. 184; in

1810, '42. 157. Nitric acid, remedy against its poi

sonous effect, '28. 117. Nirenia sceptrum, *31. 42. Nivôse, month of, '30. 20. Nixon, Mr., removed from his office,

and his conduct condemned, '42. 242.

Mr. S., sculptor of the embellishments of the Marine Insuranice Office, '38. 232; of the in.

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tended statue of William IV., 0

Dear the Bank, '42. 201. Nizam, with Hyder Ali, attacks the

English, are beateu at Vellore, '32. 31; grants the uorthero Circars to the English, id. ib.; cedes

Guntoor, id. 38. Nobility, new, in France, '28. 64. Noble, value of ( 1540), '37. 33. “ Noctes Atticæ," *32. 53. Noctuæ, '29. 38. Nocturnal legislation, cause of, '34.

186. Noerdlingen, battle of, '28. 60. “Nomenclature and Observations

on Clouds," by Luke Howard, re

ferred to, '30. 687. Non-migratory birds, winter food of,

'30. 36. Nou-resident clergy, number of, in

England and Wales, in 1831, '34.

178. Nonius,oblique rhumb lines, '29.62. Nonnius, '31. 66. Nommus, '31. 65; '32. 50. Nootka Sound treaty, '31. 54. Norberg, '31. 79; '32. 75. Norbiton, church at, proposed, '42.

206. Norbury, Cheshire, church

building, '35. 227. Nordstreu, Arthur voi, dies, '38.

128. Nore, mutiny at the, 28. 63. Norfolk, extent and population of,

and number of sessions, magistrates, and parishes in, 28. 78; population of, and of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831, value of real property in, and its representation, '33. 69; summary of same in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 88; the same in 1841, '42. 107; population of, in 1801, 1811, 1921, 1831, and 1841, and increase per cent., id. 109; extent of, in acres, '34. 84; difference of time between the principal towns of, and London, 31. 18; bastards, number of, born in, in 1830, '34. 88; number of, in 1835 and 1837, '38. 192; rental of charities, and income of schools in, '36. 175; education, proportion per cent.

of persons married in the year ended June 1810, who could write, '42. 171; electors, county, number of, in,. in 1834 and 1835, 37. 182; excise licences issued, and public-houses in, number of (1831) '32. 185 ; families, number of, in, and how employed, in 1811, 1821, and 1831, 34. 86, 87 ; houses, number of, in, in 1801, 1811, 1821, and 1831, id. 84, 85 ; number of, inhabited, uninhabited, and building, in 1841, '42. 107; jurors in, in 1835, 37. 175; Innatics, &c., pauper, proportion of, to population, in 1837, 38. 193; marriages, buildings registered for solemnizatiou of (1840), 41. 199; proportion of persons married under twentyone years of age, in the year ended June 1840, 42. 171 ; occupations of persons in (1831), '35. 81; offenders in, and proportion of, to population (1837), '39. 90 ; power-looms, number of, in (1836), 37. 183; Rates: amount of poor and county rates levied in, in 1826, 29 197; the same for 1827, and account of its expendi. ture, id. 198; amount of poor rate levied in, from March 1827 to March 1828, and expenditure of same, '30. 216; from March 1828 to March 1829, '31. 195 ; for year ending 25th March, 1830, *32. 181; for the year ending 25th March, 1831, '33. 187; expended on the poor in year ending Easter 1832, -34. 174; amount levied and expenditure of same for year ending 25th March, 1833, '35. 189; in the year ending 25th March, 1834, 36. 174; the same, in the years ending 25th March, 1831, 1836, and 1837, '38. 188; decrease of same in 1837, compared with 1831, id. 190 ; proportion of paupers relieved to the po pulation of, in 1839 and 1840, 42. 168; Savings Banks, friendly and charitable societies, amount of deposits and accounts in (1831), '32. 102; savings banks, deposits, and depositors, increase of, be

at,

tween 1833 and 1834, '36. 103; policy censured, '40. 200; his savings banks, average amounts administration of justice in Iredeposited in, and proportion of land noticed in the Lords, id. depositors to populatiou of (1835), 208; elected high steward of Hull, '37. 172; state of, on 20th No '41. 255; see also, MULGRAVE. vember, 1837, '39. 134; saviugs Normandy, exteusive fires in, '31. banks, friendly societies, and cha. 236. ritable institutions, number of,

History of,” '32. 59. and of depositors, and amount of Normans, besiege Paris, '28. 56. deposits in, in November 1836, Normanton, railway to, by whom to '38. 193; on 20th November, be made, '42. 57. 1838, '40. 189; on 20th November, North, Sir T., '32. 59. 1839, 41. 194; on 20th No

Allerton, population and revember, 1840,'42. 166; Schools: presentation of, '33. 76. endowed, unendowed, and Sun

America, see UNITED STATES. day schools in, in 1818, '29. 91 ;

American Colonial Associaunendowed day schools in, in tion of Ireland Act,'36. 206. 1818 and 1828, id. 93; number

" American Review," extract of Church of England schools in, from, on bees, '29. 141. and of scholars in same (1832), - Bierley, population of, '33.78. '33. 121; TAXES : amount of

Level drainage, '34. 283, land and assessed taxes of, in

London Hospital, commence1829, '31. 172; house tax, inba. ment and progress of, '34. 216; bited houses assessed to, and dinner to commemorate the openrental of same, for year ending ing of, '36.214. 5th April, 1830, '32. 106, 107; Meols, population of, '33. 66. TURNPIKE TRUSTS, in, and in

· Midland Railway Act, '37. come and expenditure of same, in 223; Alteration Act, '40. 217; 1834, '37. 177; trusts, their extent further Act, '42. 196 ; railway, and income in (1834), '35. 193; account of, '38. 65; 41. 76; the same, and length of the roads, completion and full account of, in 1839, '42. 122; tolls collected id. 88–90; particulars of, id. on, in 1834 and 1839, id. 119; 76. coals and cindersentered coastwise,

Midland and York Railway, and duty thereon, in 1829, '31. particulars of, '41. 76, 87, 88 ; 190.

further Act, '42. 197. Norfolk Assizes Act, '33. 170.

Petherton, population of, '33. U.S., consul at, his salary 72, (1828), '31. 182.

road, street to the, from Hol. Duke of, takes bis seat in born bridge, proposed, '31. 216. the House of Lords, '30. 224,

Runcton Inclosure Act, '37. 261.

218. Norbam Bridge Act, '39. 211.

Shields Improvement Bill, Noric Alps, and their several heights, 29. 181; chapel at, completed,

'33. 37, 38; alphabetical index 37. 229. to same, &c., id. 49–53.

and Newcastle RailNormal schools, in France, '28. 62. way Act, id. 223; railway, acNorman, Robert, magnetic poles, count of, '38. 66 ; '41. 76; fur

'29. 61; '37. 23; his works, id. ther account and opening of, '40. 29.

92 ; particulars of, '41. 76. Mr., his opinion on the

Tawton, fire at, '35. 259. value of the Bank of England's

Union Railway Further Act, privilege of issuing notes, '33. '41. 221; railway, account of, 105.

'39, 120, 121; particulars of, '41. Normanby, Marquis of, his Irish 70.

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