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gality, &c., '36. 185, 186 ; further debates on, id. 199-201; resolutions and address against, 37. 190; in the army, debate uni, '36. 199–201 ; of Ireland, re

established, '29. 243. Orange meeting at Dublin, '29. 214.

mimulus, '31. 41.
platylobium, '31. 42.
trees, in Portugal, '28. 59.

tower water, duty on (1836), 37. 128. Oranges, duty on (1829), '30. 201;

import, and bome consuniption of, in 1828, *31. 171; and lemons, import, and home Cousumption of, 1830, '32. 178; '33. 176; 1831, *34. 155; imports, and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 185; the same, in 1838,'40.177; the same, in 1839, '41. 183; in 1840, '42.

157; see further, Fruits. Oratava, vice-consul at, his salary

(1828), '31. 181. Orbit of the moon,

dissertation on, 31. 5—23. Orchal, duty on, in 1829, 30. 200. Orchard fruit, :28. 37. Orchard, robbing from, punishment

for, '28. 136. Orchelia, duty on (1829), '30. 200. Orchis, the, 28. 35. Orderic, *31. 66. Ordnance, clerk of the, amount of his pension, '34. 133.

- expenses of, in 1834, 1835, and 1836. 37. 152; in the year ended 5th January, 1841, '42. 150; Master-General of the, Sir James Kempt, '31. 210; reductions in, '37. 183; Surveyor-General of the, Sir Robert Spencer,

31. 246 ; Treasurer of the, and · Paymaster-General, offices consolidated, '36. 121 ; survey, leave given to bring in a Bill for, '42.

175. Ore, quantity and value of, raised

in Cornwall in 1837, 39. 192; duty on (1829), '30.202 ; (1832),

33. 192. Ores of metal, punishment for steal

ing, '28. 135 ; see further, Mines, STEALING IN.

Orebo, treaty of, '3). 58.
O'Reilly, Mr., murdered, '29. 233.
Organic heat, supposed to be gene-

rated by winter plants, 29. 28. Organs, used in churches, '28. 56. Oriental Club, '30. 160. “ Oriental History, '32. 60. Oriental plane, '29. 66. Origen, "28.55; 31. 65 ; '32. 49.

Origin of Laws,” '32. 69. “ Origin of the Turks,“ '32. 51. « Origines Ilavuienses," '32. 75. Orissa, taken by Lord Clive, '28.

61. Orkuey Statute Labour and Roads Act, '35. 221.

and Shetland, population of, and of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831, value of real property in, and its representationi, '33. 86 ; summary of same, in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 89; the same, in 1811, '42. 108; population of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and increase per cent., id. 110; occupations of persons in (1831), '35. 101; electors, number of, in,

in 1836, '37.183. “ Orlando Furioso," '32. 55. 6 Orlando Iuvamorato," "32. 55. Orleans, Duke of, made Lieutenant

General of Frauce, '31. 237; made King of the French, id. ib.; see further, Louis PIILIPPE.

son of Louis Philippe, wounded, '37. 251; visits Prussia, id. 254; marries the Princess Helena of Mecklenburg, '38. 245; is shot at, '42. 243.

Maid of, '28. 58.

(U. S.), its population in 1810, *32. 120. Orlovsky, B. J., dies, '39. 141. Ormskirk, population of, '33. 66;

Small Debts Act, '42. 191. Ormus, conquered, '28. 59. Orographie de l'Europe," referred

to, '33. 25. Orphan schools in and near London,

30. 156. Orphans' Fund, power to charge, 40.

162. Orphans' Working School, '30.

157.

60.

Orpiment, duty on (1829), '30. Oswestry, populatiou of, '33. 71. 202.

Osymandyas observatory, '29. 62. Orosius, '31. 65 ; '32. 53.

Otabeite, discovery of, '30, 95, 96. Orris root, duty on (1832), '33. Otfried, '31. 66. 192.

Otho the Great, joins Italy with Ger. Orsedew, duty on (1829), '30. many, 28. 56; resumes the im. 202.

perial dignity, id. ib. Orthes, battle of, '28. 64.

Othonna pectinata, '31. 42. Orthoptera, method of preserving, Otley, population of, '33.78 ; Road 38. 25.

Act, '39. 213. Orwell, population of, '33. 85; In Otranto, vice-consul al, his salary

closure and Tithe Act, '37. 217. (1828), '31. 181; hurricane at, Os, P. G. von, dies, '40. 141.

'33. 231. Osage apple, '29. 65.

Otter skins, see FURS. Oscillation, theory of, Huygens, '29. Otterburn, battle of, '28. 58.

62; see HUYGENS, PENDULUM. Ottery St. Mary, population of, '33. Oscott Catholic College, chapel, account of, '39. 222.

Ottley, W. Young, dies, '37. 110. Osman Noureddin Pasha, flies to Otto, '31. 66; '32. 63.

Constantinople, '35. 254; is exe Ottoman empire, extent, population, cuted, id. 260.

and military force of, in 1828, Ossett, population of, '33. 78.

'28. 71; its extent, population, Ossett-cum-Gawthorpe Corn Mills sultan, capital, religions, revenue, Act, '33. 210.

debt, army, and navy, in 1828, “ Ossian's Poems," *32. 62.

29. 72, 73; Porte, extent and poOssification, deaths from, within the pulation of its possessions in Asia,

Bills of Mortality, in 1827, 29. in 1828, '28. 71 ; and its colonies, 110.

extent and population of, in 1828, Ossinski, Ludwig, dies, '40. 140. 'id. 74; empire, extent, population, Ossory, Bishop of, his revenue, in and military force of, and of same, 1831, '34. 179.

with its colonies (1831), '33. 54, Ossulston, hundred of, rental of the 56. parishes in the, 29. 85.

Africa, extent, population, Ostend Company, suspended, '31. ruler, capital, and religion, in 51.

1828, '29. 74, 75. - East India Company formed

Asia, its extent, population, at, :32. 27.

capital, and religions, in 1828, British consul at, his salary · '29. 72, 73. (1828), '31. 181.

army, re-organized, *28. hops, quantity of, exported 67. to, and amount of duty on, in Ottomans, take Rhodes, '28. 59. 1833, '35. 185.

Otway, Thomas,'31. 72; '32. 60. - and Gbent Railway, opened, Oude, Nabob of, his power broken, '40.252.

'32. 30; restored to the greater Ostheim, bailiwick of, Prussian part of his dominions, id. ib.; League, '42. 113.

takes possession of the Begum's Ostrich feathers, duty on (1829), palace, id. 35.

'30. 204; (1836), '37. 128. Oudenarde, battle of, '28. 61. Ostrogoths, conquered, '28. 55; in Oudendorp, '31. 75 ; '32. 73.

Dacia,id. ib.; in Italy, overthrown, Oultremonte, Countess of, married id. 56.

to the ex-king of Holland, '42. Ostrolenka, battle of, '32. 238.

236. Ostrya vulgaris, '29. 66.

Ounce (French), its weight, '30. Oswardwistle, population of, '33. 118; (Sicily), its value, &c. 66.

(1829), id. 108.

Ouruna, surrender of, -29. 234.
Out-door paupers, number of, re-

lieved in 1839 and 1840, and
proportion per cent. relieved to
the population, '42.168.

relief, resolution for, and same rescinded, '40. 207; money expended on in the various Unions in the year ended 25th March,

1810, 12. 168. Out-parishes in Middlesex and

Surrey, population, &c., of, *28.

86, 87. “Quiside merchants" of China, '31.

121, 122. Ouze Bauks Repair Act, '38. 209. Oval-leaved Goodenia, 31. 10; ox

globium, id. 42; poinaderris, id.

ib. ; struthiola, id. 43. Over Drainage, &c., Act, '38. 208. Over Bridge, wear Gloucester, de

scribed, '29. 2:1, 224. Over Darwen, population of, '33.

66; Gas Light Act, '10. 211. Overton, population of, '33. 80. Ovid, 28. 51; 31. 65; 32, 52.

translatiou of, '32. 67. Oviedo, proclamation at, '31.57. Owen, Juhu, 31. 72; 32. 59.

Mr. Robert, bis opinions mentioned in the House of Lords, '41. 201; his controversy with

Dr. Prati, '35. 253. Owl, the, '28.33; 29. 34 ; mistake

of Gray couceruing, ii. ib.; preys on fish, id. ib.; only utters its cry

when in the wing, 29.31. Oxalic acid, poisonous properties of,

and remedies against, 28. 117; its resemblance to Epsom salts, id. ib.; dill'erence of their taste,

ib. id. Oxalis leaved Loddigesia, -31. 41. Oxen and cows, exports of, value of,

in 1834 and 1835, 37.161; the same, iu 1835, 183 ) and 1837, '39. 183; exported from Ireland in

1825 and 1835, id. 188. Oxenbourn Inclosure Act, '40. 212. Oxford, population of (1821), '29.

82; city, population and representation of, '33. 70; new church at, account of, and observations oni, *36. 215; riots at, '31. 238; Canal Amendment Act, '30. 232 ;

improvements, progress of, 31.

233; further pirogress of, '33.221. Oxford, diocese of, mmber of Sun

day schools in the, in 1826,"29.95; number of parishes, benetices, and churches, and chapels in, and

population of (1831), *35. 127; revenues of bishop, of cathedral, and of benetices, sums paid to curates, in whom patronage of benefices vested, and other particulars re. lating to same (1835), '36. 82 89.

- University, population and representation of, 33. 70; its celebrity in early times, '37. 23, 21; its early scientific reputation, id. 27; 39. 54; seat fur, resigned hy Mr. Peel, id. ib.; Sir Robert Inglis elected for, il. ib. ; Duke of Wellington, Chancellor of, '35. 256 ; he is justalled, id. 259; the University empowered to substi. tute declarations for oaths, '36. 128 ; declaration on matriculation proposed and rejected, ill. 244; meeting at, condemning the Pu. seyite tracts, '42. 237; New Im Hall, buildings at, account of, *37. 235, 236 ; intended buildings at, 11. 225, 226; architectural works in progress at, “ The Protestant Memorial," the Martyrs Aisle, University College Build. ings, the Taylor and Randolph Institute, &c., '12. 201-203.

and Camlridge Universities Club, account and view of, '38.

235-239. Oxford-street to be continued to

Southampion-street, Holborn, -40. 162; shop front in, corner of Berher's-street, account of, '41.249;

wood pavement in, '12. 241. Oxford tires at the Queen, tried, and

acquitted, 11. 251. Oxford-hire, extent and population

of, and number of sessious, magistrates and parishes in, '28. 78; population of, and of the priuci. pal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1931, value of real property in, and its representation, '33. 70, 71; summary of same, in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes,

id. 88; the same, in 1841, '42.

ing 25th March, 1834, 1836, and 107; population of, in 1801, 1837, 38. 188; decrease of same, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and in 1837, compared with 1834, id. increase per cent., id. 109, extent 190; proportion of paupers reof, in acres, '34. 84; difference of lieved to the population of, in time between the principal towns 1839 and 1840, '42. 168; Savof, and London,'31. 18; bastards, INGS BANKS, friendly and chanumber of, born in, in 1830, '31. ritable societies, amount of depo88; number of, in 1835 and sits and accounts in (1831), '32. 1837, '38. 192; charities : cha 102; average amounts deposited rity property, income of, in (1834), in, and proportion of depositors to '35. 191; rental of charities, and population of (1835), '39.72 ; state income of schools in, '36. 175; of, on 20th November, 1837, '39. education, proportion per cent of 131; savings banks, friendly 80Persous married in the year ended cieties, and charitable institutions, June 1810, who could write, '42. number of, and of depositors, and 171; electors, county, number of, amount of deposits in, in Novemin, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 182; ber 1836, 38. 193; on 20th No. excise licenses issued, and pub vember, 1838, '40. 189; on 20th lic-bouses in, number of (1831), November, 1839, '41. 194; on '32. 185; families, number of, in, 2016 November, 1810, '42. 166; and how occupied, in 1811, 1821, Schools : endowed, unendowed, and 1831, '34. 86, 87; houses, and Sunday schools in, in 1818, number of, in, in 1801, 1811, '29. 91; unendowed day-schools 1821, and 1831, id. 84, 85; in, in 1818 avd 1828, id. 93; number of, iuhabiteil, uninha - number of Church of England bited, and building, in 1841, '42. schools in, and of scholars in 107; jurors in, in 1835, '37. 175; same (1832), 33. 121 ; TAXES : lunatics, &c., pauper, proportion amount of land and assessed of, to population, iu 1837, '38. taxes of, in 1829, '31. 172; 193; marriages, buildings regis house tax, inhabited houses astered for solemnization of (1840), sessed to, and rental of same, for '41. 199; proportion of persons year ending 5th April, 1830, '32. married under twenty-one years

106, 107, turipike trusts, their of age, in the year ended June extent and income in (1834), '35. 1810, 42. 171; occupations of 193; trusts in, and income and persons in (1831), '35. 83; of. expenditure of same, in 1834, '37. fenders in, and proportion of, 177 ; the same, and length of the to population (1837), '39. 90; roads, in 1839, 42. 122; tolls Rates: amount of poor and collected on, in 1834 and 1839, county rates levied in, in 1826, id. 119. 29. 197; the same for 1827, Oxygen gas, '28. 109. and account of its expenditure, Oxylobium ærborescens, '31. 42; id. 198; amount levied in, from cordifolium, id. ib.; ellipticum, March 1827 to March 1928, and id. ib. ; retusum, id. ib. expenditure of same, 30. 216; Oyster, poisonous properties of, and from March 1828 to March 1829, remedies against, '28. 123. 31. 195; for year ending 25th

beds, stealing from, punishMarch, 1830, '32. 184; for year ment for, :28. 135. ending 25th March, 1831, '33. Oystermouth Railway, account of, 187; in year ending Easter 1832, 37. 86; 41, 62. '34. 174 ; for year ending 25th Oysters, their bad effects in cer. March, 1933, 35. 189; in the tain cases, stated, '36. 22, 23; year ending 25th March, 1834, '36. stealing of, punishment for, *28. 174; the same in the years end. 135.

R

Ozella, gold (Venice), its value, &c.

(1829), '30. 110; silver ditto

ditto, id. ib. Ozeroff, '31. 77.

P.

Pabstilorf, Prussian League, '42.

113. Pacific Ocean, commerce and fishery

convention, '28. 66. Pachymer, George, '31. 68; '32.51. Pacification of Ghent, '31. 46.

with the Vendeans, id. 54. Packet-boats' Postage Act (1 and 2 Vict. c. 97), '39. 162.

rates, Act regulating (7 W. IV. and i Vict. c. 76), '38.

143. Packs of hounds, duty on, number

assessed, and amount of, in 1834

and 1835, '38. 171. Pacquigni, peace of, '31. 45. Pacuvius, '28. 53. Padbrooke Bridge and Hazelstone

Road Act, '40. 216. Paddington, population, &c., of, '28.

86, 87; rental of the parish of (1829), '29. 85 ; Building Leases Act, '39. 215; canal, tunnel une der, and bridge over, .40. 249; new church at, intended, '42. 206 ; new houses at, remarks on their

style of architecture, id. 205. Paddy-bird feathers, duty on (1836),

37. 128. Padiham, population of, '33. 66. Paer, dies, '40. 141. Paez, General, asserts the independ

ence of Venezuela, '31. 234. Paganini, dies, '41. 138. Pages, M. Garnier, dies, his burial,

42, 239. Pagoda, value of, '28. 165.

star (Madras), its value, &c. (1829), '30. 105. Pagomeu, an Abyssinian month, '30.

13, Painted-lady butterfly, '29.41; re

markable swarms of, '30. 38. Paington Harbour Act, '39. 214. Painters, importance of their know

ing the change of colour of leares

of trees, '29. 41. Painters in Water Colours, Society of, '80. 163.

“ Lives of," '32. 55.

colours, duty on (1832), '33. 192; declared value of exports of, iu 1828, '31. 176 ; in 1830, '33. 179; in 1831, '34. 158 ; 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; the

same, in 1810, '42. 162. “Painting, Treatise on," '32. 55. Paisley, Renfre.v, population of (1821), '29. 83.

population and representation of, '33. 87; Harbour Improvement Act, '36. 211; Water Act, id. 208; meeting at, '42. 212; distress in, meeting on, id.214.

- Glasgow, and Greenock Rail. way, account of, and partial opening of, '41. 96, 67; particulars of, id. 80; its total length, and extent opened since November 1810, '42. 56; further particulars relating to the same, and its branches, id. 61, 62; further Act relating to same, id. 197.

Kilmarnock, Ayr, and Glasgow Railway Act, '36. 210; rail. way, partial opening of, '40. 88; completion of, 41. 93, 94; purticulars of, id. 80.

and Renfrew Railway, particulars of, '41. 74. Palace-yard, statue of George Can.

ning in, '33. 214. Palaces, in progress, '31. 215. Palatine, the, restored, '31. 48. Palatinate, conquered, '31. 47. Pale downy heath, '31..39. Pale-flowered melaleuca, '31. 41. Paleologus' treaty with Bajazet, '31.

44. Palermo, consul-general at, his sa

lary (1828), '31. 181 ; quantity of wheat which could be imported from, if a fixed duty were imposed, '42. 82; other facts relating to the supply of corn from, id. '84. 85-88.

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