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Asia, States of their. burface in , square miles, number of inbabit.

astag. and military force, '28. 71, 720

extent and population of, in 1828, :20. 72, 73; number of Jews in (1829), '30. 100; British coffee, quantity of, exported. to, in 1833, 35. 179; hardwares and cutlery, exports to, value of, in

1835, 37. 168. Asiatic Society, '30. 163; days and times of its meetings, from De. cember 1831, to June 1832, and its, anniversary, '32.. 20 ;. from December 1832, to June 1833, '33. 19; from December 1833 to July 1834;. '34. 27;, museum of,

when open, id. ib. Asin, an Hindustani month, '30.25. Askham, Anthony, '37.

bis works, id. 29, Asmar, '31. 67. Asphaltum, duty on (1829),: '30.

201; (1832), '33. 190. Aspre (Turkey), value of, &c.

(1829), '30. 110. Assakiri mabomédije, 28. 67;

dschedidei:manssuroje, id. ib. Assam, extent and population of, in

1828, '28. 72. “ Assassinat," meaning of the term,

'36. 59:1 Assassination, attempted, of the King

of Hungary, '33. 231; of the King of the French, see LOUIS

PHILIPPE, Assault, with intent to rob, pu

nishment for (1837), (7Wm. iv. and: 1 Vic. cap. 87), '38. 160,

161.. Assaults, punishment for, under 9 Geo. IV. cap. 31, -29. 152, 153.

ve on the police, in the execution of their duty, increased number. of, :29. 97 ; penalty for, '40. 133; further increase of the offence, 1840, 42, 101 ; recent parties charged with, may be apprebiended without warrant, '40. 155;, verdict of, may be found, if felony would include, '38.

160. Assaur, a Bengalee month, 30. 26. Asser, '31. 66; '32. 57.

Asses' milk useful for new-born in

fants, *29. 117. Assessed taxes, grou amount of, re

ceived by each of the receivers. general, in England and Wales, for the year ended 5th January, 1830, '31. 172, articles charged with, and amount of duty in Great Britain, in 1832 aud. 1833, '36. 152: number of each article charged to the, and amount of duties in Great Britain, in 1834 aud 1835, '38. 171.

resistance to, '34. 249.

Act, Composition Continuance Act, '30. 175; to reduce certain duties ou dwelling houses, and to repeal other duties of (3 and 4 Wm. 16. cap. 39), '34. 123, 124; to grant relief from the duties of, in certain cases (4 and 5 Wm. IV. cap. 73), '33. 151; Reduction Act (6 and 7 Wm. IV. cap. 65), '37, 129; directing name of owner of carriage to be painted. one inch instead of two, and regulating proceedings against defaulters (7 Wm. iv. and 1 Vic. cap. 61), '38. 150; Composition, Continu·ance, and Amendment Act (4 and 5 Wm. IV. cap. 54), '35. 150; Act continuing same (2' and 3 Vic. cap. 35), '40. 149; increase Act (3 Vic. cap. 17), '41. 145, 146; produce of, under 3 and 4 Vic. cap: 17 and 19, from 15th May, 1840, to 5th April,

1841, '42. 153. Assessors, their duty under the Mu

nicipal Corporationi Act, '36. 100; see also Abstract of the Act,

id. 132-144. Assiento Contract, the, '31. 52. Assint, population of, '33. 88. Assize of. bread abolisbed, '37. 120. Assizes, number of persons tried at, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 174...

in Ireland, Act for appointment of convenient places for holding (5 and 6 Wm. IV. cap.

26), '36. 117, 118. Associate Bund for the relief of poor

Dissenting ministers, '30. 146.

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Associated Catholic charities, '30. Astronomical Society, '30. 163 ; 158.

days and times of its meetings, Association for the relief of the poor from Nov., 1831, to June, 1832,

of London, and parts adjacent, and its anniversary, '32. 20; from '30. 149.

Nov. 1832, to 'June, 1833, '33. Associations, dangerous, in Ireland, 19; meetings of, from Nov. 1833,

Act for Suppression of, 10 G. IV. to June, 1834, '34. 27. : c. 1, '30. 165."

tables, Ptolemy, '29. Assurance and saving, comparative 38 ; constructed by Alphonso of

advantages of, pointed out, '42. Castile, '28. 57. 16, 17.

telescope, Kepler, *29. Assurance, life, dissertation on, '31. 63. 86-99.

tower at Copenhagen, offices of London, lists of 29. 62. tbe, in 1831, with the dates of

and mathematical wri. their establishment and division ters, English, notices of, between of profits, '31. 86, 87.

the Norman Conquest and the Assurances, commercial, observa year 1600, '37. 21-44; works in tions on, '28. 126-128.

which information · concerning fire, life, marine, mu them may be found, id. 43, 44. tual, &c., observations on, id. ib. " Astronomische. Nachrichten," Assye, battle of, '32. 42.

Encke's dissertation in, referred Assyria, or Nineveh, '28. 50.

to, '33. 14. Assyrian empire founded, '28. 50. Asturian mountains, and their several Aster, the, 28. 38; argophyllus, heights, '33. 29; alphabetical in'31. 37.

dex to same, &c. '49. 53. Asthma, what it is, '35. 32; deaths Asturias, Princess of, oath of alle

from, within the Bills of Mortality, giance to, taken by the Cortes, in 1837, '29. 110; consumption, 31. 246. and other diseases of the lungs, Aswin, a sign of the Hindoo Zodiac, infirmary for, '30, 141.

'30. 25, Astley's Theatre burnt down, '42. Asyden, bis works, '37.25. 239.

Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, Astolphus defeats Jovinus, '28. 55. '30. 143'; for Female Orphans, Astragalus Tragacantha, '29. 64. id. 156; for recovery of health, i. Astrolabe, Treatise on by Chaucer, 140. referred to, '37.26.

Life Assurance Office, its Astrology, its absurdities not yet ingenious calculations, '31. 95.7

exploded, "28.23; general belief in, | Athanasius, '31. 65; '32. 49.

and few writers against, 37. 25.f Athenagoras, '31. 65; '32. 49. Astroloma Lumífusum, '31. 37. Athenæum Club, 30. 160; its house Astronomy introduced into Europe, nearly completed, '30. 238. 28. 57; observations and disco

at Manchester, acveries in, 29.57—59; science of, count of the intended, '37. 238, revised, id. 58; resumed by the 239. Arabs, id. 59; of the. Chinese,

&c., Derby, ac'30. 28.

count of, '39.240-243. mechanics applied to, - Athenæus, '31. 65; '32. 49. Newton, -29.62.

Athenian ascendancy, '28. 51; deand mathematics, Eng mocracy suppressed and restored, lish writers on, notices of, from the id. 52; ambassadors at Rome, id. Norman Conquest to the year

53. 1600, '37.21-44; works in Athenians defeated in Sicily, id. 5!. .which information concerning Athens founded, id.50 ; taken, id.51; them may be found, id. 43, 44. taken by Reschid Pacha, id. 68.

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Atherstone, population of, '33. 74. Attornies in India may be adınitted
Atherton, population of, '33. 65. by the Courts there without licence
Athlone, Westmeath, population of of the Company, '34. 142.
(1821), 29. 83; in 1821 and

or solicitors, Batchelors of
1831, 34. 90; electors, number Arts in Law, of London and Dur-
of in, in 1834, '37. 182.

ham Universities, to be admitted Athy, population of, in 1821 and in same manner as if of Oxford, •3.1831, '34. 89.

&c. ; fees on admission regulated ;
Athyr, a Coptic month, '30. 16. after admission in one Court may
Atlas Assurance Company, its divi. practice in another (7. W. IV.,

sion of profits, '31. 87; its office, and 1 Vict., c. 56), '38. 119.
Cheapside, account of, '36. 233, Attraction, law of, observations on,
234.

38. 28.
Atmometer, its use, '30. 76,77. Attwood, Mr. Thomas, his discus.
Atmosphere, variations of the weight sion with Mr. Cobbett, '33. 231.
of the, '28. 16, 17; concise view

Mr., his motion for repeal
of the properties and constitution of the Currency Acts, '31. 206.
of the, '30. 68-89; some of the

Mr. M., debate on his mo-
more particular phenomena of the, tion for Select Committee on Dis-
of the earth; '30. 71; electricity tress, and on the Monetary System,

of the, dissertation on, '39. 8-24. '34. 191.
Atmospheric air, quantity of, '28. A. U. C., explanation of, '30. 6.

109; pressure on fluids, '29. 61 ; Auchterarder, population of,'33. 86.

refraction, Dr. Bradley, '29. 59. Auchtergaven, population of, '33. 86.
Atragene sibirica, '29. 64.

Auchtermuchty, population of, '33.
Attachment against Members of Par. 84.
liament for not entering appear-

Auckland, Lord, President of the
ance, '28. 156.

Board of Trade, and Master of
Atterborne, '31. 79,

the Mint, '31. 240; First Lord of
Atticus, 31. 65.

the Admiralty, '35. 25S; dinAttila conquered by @tius, 28. 55 ; ner to, by the India Company, in Upper Italy, id. ib.

'36. 248; his interview with
Attius, *28. 53.

Runjeet Singh, '40. 255; vote of
Attleborough, church at, in pro thanks to, '41. 201.
gress, '42. 206.

Auction duties for 1827, amount
Attorney-General, Sir

John Camp of, '29. 187.
bell, '35. 255; Sir Thomas Den Auctious, amount charged with duty
man, '31. 240; Sir James Scar. in the years ending 5th April,
lett, '30. 262.

1831 and 1832, '33. 180; amount
Attornies unlawfully converting of duties on, in 1830, 1831, and

money to their own use, punish 1832, '34. 164; in 1833, '35.
ment for, '28. 137. -

183; number charged with duty
certificates of, number of on, and amount of same in 1834,
taken out in England and Wales, '36. 158; number and amount of
from 1819 to 1832, '34. 172; duties on, in 1836, '38. 181; duty
duty paid on annual certificates on, amount collected in 1837, 39.
of, in 1836, '38. 187; duty paid 177; same, and number charged
on admission of, in 1836, '38.187. in 1838, 40. 171; produce of

of .Courts of King's additional duties on (1840 and
Bench and Common Pleas al 1841), '42. 153.
lowed to practice in the Ex Aucuba Japonica, '29. 64.
chequer (I W.IV., c. 70),'31. 164. Audit department, reductions in,

of Chester and Wales 37. 183.
may be admitted at Westminster Auditors under the Municipal Cor-
(1 W. IV., c. 70), '31. 164.

poration Act, their duties, &c.,

'36. 100; see also Abstract of the

Act, id. 132-144. Audinett

, Philippe, dies, '39. 141. Audubon, M., bis observation on

the passage of the pigeon, 29. 40. Audy, a Malabar month, '30. 25. Audyneus, a Macedonian month,

'30. 17. Augsbourg, Confession of, '28. 59;

league of, '31. 49. August, month of, description of the

natural appearances of, iu England, '28. 37; origin of the name, '30. 7 ; month of, observations of & Naturalist on the, '29. 39; '30.

42, 43. Augusta, population of, on 31st December, 1834, '36. 182

Princess, diés, '41. 255. Avgustin,, '28. 55 ; *31, 65, 79;

32. 53. Augustine settles in England, '28.

56. “ Augustines, History of the,” '32.

71. Augustus declared emperor, '28. 54; he dies, id. 54.

(Saxony), its value, &c. (1829), '30. 108.

half its value, &c. (1829), id. ib.

double its value, &c., (1829), id. ib. Aulax pinifolia, '31. 37. Aulus Gellius, '32. 53. Aumale, Duke of, shot at, '42. 243. Aungervile, N., '31. 68; '32. 38. Auny, a Malabar month, '30. 25. Aurelian conquers Palmira, '28. 55. Aurelius, Ant., '31. 65; Marcus,

28. 54.; Victor, '32. 53. Auricula often destroyed by cold,

'30. 37. Aurington, population of, '33. 65. Aurora borealis, '28. 70. Auschurtz, Duchy of, extent and

population of (1831), '33.53. Ausonius, D. M., '32. 53. Ausonus, '31. 65. Aussin, a Bengalee month, '30. 26. Austerland and Manchester. Road.

Act, '38. 211. Austin, Miss, '32. 62. Austin, Mr., -absconds from Green

wich Hospital, 29. 242..

Australia; its extent, population,

capital, and religious, in 1828, 29. 74, 75;

emigrants to, from the United Kingdom, from 1620 to 1830, '34. 179;; debate on grant to, '42 178; exporto to, hardwares and cutlery, value of, in 1838, '40. 183.; linens, vadue of, in 1838, id. ib.; silk manu. factures, value of, in 1838, ich ib.; value of exports of British and Irish produce and manufactures to, in 1640, '42. 163; import, wool, quantity imported from, in 1840, 62. 163.

Western, population of, the several settlements of, on the 31st December, 1834; the produce and stock, revenue and ex. ports of same, '36. 182; Governo ment Continuance Act (5 and 6 Wm. IV. cap. 14.), "36. 110; Further Continuance Act (6 and

7 Wm. IV, cap. 68), '37. 130. Australian Colonization Company, chartered, '32. 213.7

settlements, emigrants, number of, from.the United King. dom to, in 1832, 1833 and 1834, '36. 182; EXPORTS to, value and particulars of, in 1838, '40. 183; value of, of British and Irish produce to, in 1838, '40. 181.; in 1839, '41. 188; value of woollen manufactures exported to, in 1840, '42. 161.

pipe, '31. 37; sida, id. 43. Australasia, number of square miles,

and of inbabitants of the depende encies of Europe in, '28.76; its extent and population in 1828,

'29. 74, 75.Austria, empire of; "28. 63; when

established, "29.33;t its extent, population, and military force, in 1828, 28. 70 ; its extent; population, sovereign, capital, religion, revenue, debt, army and navy, in 1828, '29. 70, 71; extent, popü. lation, and military and naval force of (1831), 33, 53, 54; population and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107; increase of inhabitants in, '29. 77, 78; number of Jews

in (1829), '30.: 100 ; proportion ; Persian, list of, and of their prin. of revenue, debt, army and nary, cipal works, from A. D. 1000 to to. population (1829), '30. 100; A.D. 1700, id. 78, 79; Polish,

taxation in, only balf the poor - list of, and of their principal rates in England and Wales, in works, from A. Do. 1200 to A. D. 1831, '35. 190, 191;: number of 1800, ich 75,769. Portuguese, list patents granted in, from 1821 to of, and of their principal works, 1826, 30. 130; gold and silver from A. D. 500 to A. D. 1800, id. coins of; their names, : value, :: 69–72; Russian, List: of, and of weight, alloy, and value in Eng their principal works from A. D. lish money (1829), '30. 102; 1000 to A.D. 1700, c. 76;: Spaemperors of, from 1806 to 1828, nish, list of, and of their principal "29.53, 51; Emperor Francis, works, from Ai Di 500 to A. D. diee, '36. 241;. Emperor. Ferdi 1800, ich. 69—72; Swedista, list pand crowned, and amnesty by, of, and of their principal works, '39.251; amnesty in, '41. 254 ; from A.D. 1400 to A. D. 1800, id. manifesto against France, '28. 64; 75, 75, Turkish, list of, and of combination against the House of, their principal works, from A. V. '31. 47; peace with Morocco, '31. 800 to A.D. 1700, id. 78, 79. 234; fire in, '35. 255.

Authors of the New Testament, '32. Austrian succession, war of, '28.61. 47. Austrians enter Naples, 28. 65. Autumn, '28. 38, 39. Authors, chronological list of, with Autumnal.equinos, 28. 38. the name of the most important

colouring of leaves, rework of each, '32. 46–72.

marks upon, '30. 44, 45 , Arabian, list of, and of Auyany, a Malabar month, '30. 25. their principal works, from A. D. Avendale, population of, '33. 85. 800 to A. D. 1700, '32. 78, 79; Aventin, Jobn, 31. 70;: '32. 64. British, list of, and of their prin Average term of life in Great Britain, cipal works, from A. Do 500 to 28. 126. A.D. 1800, id. 57-62;: Danish, Average of the price of wheat, early list of, and of their principal statute for ascertaining, '39.63; works, from A. D. 1100 to A.D. further statute, settling averages, 1800, id. 74, 75.; Dutch, list of, id. 67. and of their principal works, from Averroes, '31. 69; '32. 78. A. D. 1200 to A. D. 1800, id. 72 Avicena, or. Ayicemma, '31. 67; '32. 74; French, list.of, and of their 78. works, from: A.D. 500 to A. D.

Avienus, '31. 65. 1600, ic. 66-69; German, list Avoirdapoisor.common pound, '28. of, and of their principal woks, 98; weight, 28. 101; 29. 113; from A. D. 800 to A. D. 1800, id. directed to be used in all bat 63-66; Greek, list of, and of their certain cases (4 and 5 Wm. IV. principal works, frap B.C. 900. to c. 49), '35, 115. A. D. 1800, id. 47–52; Hebrew, Avon and Gloucestershire Railway list of, and of their principal Bill, 29. 182 ; '32.216; parti. works, from . B. Co. 1500 to A. D. culars of, '41.68. 1.700, id. 46, 47;: Icelandic, list Awned clematis, '31. 38. of, and of their principal.works, Axel, '31. 69; '32. 74. from A. D. 900 to. A. D. 1600, id. Axmouth Harbour Act, '31. 212. 74, 75; Italian, - list of, and of Ayar, a Syrian month, 30. 17. their principal works, from A.D. Aylesbury, population and repreL200 to A.D. 1800, id. 54-57 ; sentation of, '33. 58: difference Latin and Italian, list of, and of of time between, and London, '31. their principal works, from. B. C. 14; railway, account of, '40. 93; 200 to A.D. 1800, id. 52–57.; particulars of, '41. 74

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