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184; the same,

Wales, in the year. ending March 25th, 1826, distinguishing the amount levied on land, dwellinghouses, mills, factories, and manorial profits, "29. 197; amount of movies levied in each county of England and Wales, in the year ending 25th of March, 1828, for, and expenditure of the same, '30. 216; the same, in year ending 25th March, 1829, and mode of expenditure, 31. 195; the same, in the year ending 25th March, 1830, distinguishing the paymeuts made thereout for other purposes than the relief of the poor, and sums expended, '32.

in the year ending 25th March, 1831, distinguishing the payments made thereout for other purposes than the relief of the poor, &c., '33. 187; cost of the poor of England and Wales in 1776, 1803, 1815, and 1832; also comparative state of the country as regards the pressure of poor rates (1832), '34. 173– 175 ; amount of, levied in each county of England and Wales, in the year ending 25th March, 1833, and

payments thereout, &c., '35. 189; the same, in the year ending 25th March, 1834, and expenditure of same, '36. 174; the same, and poor law charges, &c., in the years ended 25th March, 1834 and 1837, 38. 189; amount expended in each county of England and in Wales, in removal of paupers, &c., for the years ended 25th March, 1834 and 1837, id. ib.; amount expended in each county of England and in Wales, for purposes other than relief of the poor,

in the years ended 25th March, 1835 and 1837, id. ib.; amount expended in each county of England and in Wales for relief of the poor in the years ended 25th March, 1834, 1836, and 1837, id. 188; expenditure per head, with reference to the popu. lation, 1831, for the years ended 25th March, 1834, 1836, and 1837, id. 191; amount of, ex.

pended in 1838, and decrease of expenditure in the agricultural counties specified, '40. 188; de. crease of expenditure for relief of the poor in 1837 compared with 1834, and in 1837 compared with 1836, in each county of England and in Wales, '38. 190; diminu. tion of, since the passing of the Poor Law Amendment Act, '39.

131. Poor laws, sum expended in the se

veral unions in England and Wales before the Poor Law Act, also sum expended for year ended 25th March, 1840, salaries, outdoor relief, &c., '42. 168.

rates and church rates, exempo tiou from, of churches, chapels, &c., used for religious worship (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 30), '34. 118.

Act to regulate parochial assessments (6 and 7 W. IV. c. 96), '37. 113; Act to amend the laws relating to the assessment and collection of (2 and 3 Yict. C. 84), '40. 163.

Society for the encouragement of industry and reduction

of, '30. 152. Poorfield Inclosure, &c. Act, '39.

210. Poos, a Hindustani month, '30. 25. Poplar, '29. 66. Pope, Alexander, '28. 61 ; '31. 74;

'32. 61; bis line “ A little knowledge is a dangerous thing" un. sound, '29. 141.

the, his temporal kingdom began, '28. 56; taken prisoner, '3). 45.

Gregory XVI., elected, '32. 236.

Leo XII., dies, '30. 260.

Pius VIII., elected, id. 261. Popes, chronological table of, from

the year 800 to 1828, 29. 47–

54; “ Lires of the," '32. 55, 70. “ Popes and Emperors, Chronicle

of,” '32. 75. Puplar, All Saints, rental of the

parish of (1829), '29. 85; chapel in the East India-road, account of, '41. 233, 234; Trinity Chapel

at, account and view of, '42. 210

-213. Poplar, Lombardy, '29. 66; Po, id.

ib. ; Tacambac, id. ib. Popofski, '31. 77 ; '32. 76. Poppies, cultivation regulated in

India, '33. 98, 99. Poppy, the,' 28. 36; Oriental, id. 35. Population returns, when first offi

cially made, '37. 66; account of furmer laws in England relating to, id. 63-69; importance of their correctness and fulness, pointed out, '40. 101–103; remarks on the proper objects of enquiry in, id. 94-100.

census for 1831, ob. servations on, and facts relating to, '40.93—108; census of Great Britain, 1841, '42. 107–11l; Act for taking account of, in Great Britain (11 G. IV. c. 30), 31. 117–150; England, Act (3 and 4 Vict. c. 99), '41. 167, 168 ; Ireland, Act (1 W. IV. c. 19), '32. 139; further Act (3 and 4 Vict. c. 100), '41. 168.

Great Britain, table shewing the increase of, between the years 1700, 1750, 1801, 1811, and 1821, 28. 77 ; in the years 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33. 57– 88; summary of same in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes,

id. 88, 89; returns of Great Britain, summary of, with reference to occupations, '35. 71.

of each city, borough, and town, in Great Britain and Ireland, exceeding 5,000 (1821), 29, 81.

of England, table showing the increase of, between the years 1700, 1750, 1801, 1811, and 1821 ; 28. 77 ; of the several counties, and of the towns of England, containing not less than 3,000 inhabitants, '33. 57–78; comparative statement of the, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, in each county of Eugland, Wales, and Scotland, and showjug the increase and decrease in each county, '42. 109, 110; annual movement of, of England

and Wales, .'42 46-54; proportion of deaf and dumb to, in Eu

rope and Great Britain, id. 240. Population of each diocese in England (1834), '35. 125.

number of christenings and burials within the Bills of Mortality, in 1828, '30. 119.

of London, 28. 86, 87; in each year, from 1801 to 1828, *30. 120.

of England and Wales, during the 18th century, *28. 85 ; at various periods, from 1748 to 1832, '35. 190; of the several counties of England and Wales, in 1776, 1803, 1815, and 1832, '34. 173–175.

increase of, in England and Wales, from 1801 to 1830, 31. 83.

of England, Wales, and Scotland, and its rate of increase, for 1801, 1811, and 1821, '28. 81; comparative statement of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1811, in each county of same, showing increase and decrease of same, '12. 109, 110.

of Scotland, table show-, ing the increase of, between the years 1801, 1811, and 1821, '28. 80.

of Ireland, in 1821, 28. 80; in 1821 and 1831, '34. 89-92.

of Wales, table showing the increase of, between the years 1700, 1750, 1801, 1811, and 1821, 28. 77; of the several counties, and of the towns of Wales, containing not less than 2,000 inhabitants, '33. 78–80.

of the islands of the Bri'28. 81.

of the several states of Europe, Asia, America, and of their dependencies in Africa and Australasia, '28. 74; proportion of revenue, army, navy, and representation to, in the various states of Europe, and in North America (1829), '30. 100; of the European states (1836), 36. 107; of Europe, increase of the, '29.

tisha seas,

enume

76—79; proportion of Jews to Porphyrius, or Porphyry, '31. 65; the (1829), "30. 100.

32. 49. Population of Belgium, investiga- | Porphyry ballast used for road

tions concerning, remarks on, '40. making, '33. 226. 104.

Porson, Richard, '31. 76; '32. 62. of China, '29. 79, 80. Port-au-Prince, consul-general and

of France, from 1817 to vice-consul at, their salaries 1825, '28. 89; (1829), 29. 86; (1828), '31. 183. enumerations of, when taken, '40. Carlisle Dock Act, '37. 225. 101 ; progress of the, of the city Cawl and Duffryn Llynvi of Paris, in 1826, '28. 89.

Railway, account of, '37. 92; Norway, enumeration of, 41. 66; particulars of, id. ib. how made, '40. 107.

Crommelin Harbour Amend. Prussia, enumeration of, meut Act, '35. 224. how taken, '40. 105, 106; of the Dundas Road Repair Act, '36. Prussian Commercial League, '42. 209. 112-115.

Glasgow, Renfrew, population Roman States, enumer of (1821), '29.83; in 1811, 1821, ation of, how made, '40. 108. and 1831, '33. 87; customs du

of Russia, increase of, ties received at, in 1833, '35. 173; 29. 76, 77.

collected at, in 1834, '36. 157; the Sweden, how

same, in the years ending 5th Jarated, '40. 105.

nuary, 1835 and 1836, '37. 164; Tuscany, enumeration the same, for the year ending 5th of, how made, '40. 107, 108. January, 1837, '38. 175; the same,

of the several states of in the years ended 5th January, the United States in 1790, 1800, 1837 and 1838, '39. 191; the 1810, and 1820, 32. 120; of the same, in the year 1838, '40. 187; United States, and of each state the same, in 1840, '42. 164. and territory, in 1790, 1800, 1810, of London, Act for reduoing 1820, and 1830, and increase per the tonnage rates payable in the cent. of same, in ten years, and (4W. IV. c. 32), '35. 137, 138; number of slaves in each, in the Coal and Wine Duties Extension same years, '33. 90; enumeration Act, '41. 218; Society, '30. 154 ; of, how taken, '40. 108.

and Bethel Union Society, id. ib. of the several islands of Madock aud Festiniog Railthe West Indies, whites, free way Act, '33. 211. coloured, and blacks, and slaves, Philip, quantity of wool im. '34. 181; see also, Census.

ported from, in 1840, '42. 163. Populus balsamifera, '29. 66; di Talbot Company Further Act, latata, id. ib.

'41. 292. Porcelain heath, '31. 39.

Porta, Baptista, camera obscura, '29. Pork and beef, value of, exported in 62.

1827, 28. 167 ; exports of, value Portarlington, population of, in 1821 of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161; and 1831, '84. 90; electors, numthe same, in 1835, 1836, and 1837, ber of, in, in 1834, 37. 182. '39. 182; the same, and quanti- Portbury Pier Act, '42. 198. ties thereof, in 1838, 40. 180; Porte, the, and Russia, treaty bethe same, in 1839, '41. 187; the tween, '34 246 ; see also, TURKEY. same, in 1840, '42. 162.

Porter, improper use of, tor newquantity of, imported from boru infants, '29. 117. Ireland, in 1801 and 1825, '34. Porter, Mr., his account of the con162; and beef, exports of, from sumption and duty ol), and price Ireland, in 1825 and 1835, '39. of sugar, in Great Britain, iu 189.

1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and

$

1839, '41. 126, 127; his evidence
on the customs duties, '41. 116–

126.
Porteus mob, in Edinburgh, '28. 61.
Portfield Inclosure, &c., Act, '39.

210. Portland administration, '28. 63.

club, '30. 160.

Duke of, President of the Council, 28. 70.

Ferry Bridge Act, '36. 207.

· Railway, account of, '37. 92; '41. 66. Portman Market Act, '31.211; Im

provement Act, '33. 210. Portobello, population of, '33. 81. Porto Rico, colonized, '28. 59.

British woollens, value of exports to, in 1833, '35. 177. Porto Santo, discovered, '30. 93. Portpatrick, waterspout at, '41. 241. Portree, population of, '33. 85. Portsea, church at, finished, '42. 206.

and Portsmouth, population of (1821), *29. 82; population

and representation of, '33. 63. Portsmouth, population of, 1821, '29. 82 ; population and representation of, '33. 63; difference of time between, and London, '31. 19; shock of an earthquake at, '35. 261; church at, intended, '38. 219.

Harbour Floating Bridges Act, '39. 211; amendment Act, '41. 217.

- Town, Quay, and Harbour Improvement Act, '40. 218.

Branch Railway Act,' 40. 217.

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. 164; 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. 1838, '40. 187; the same, during 1839, '41. 188; the same, in 1840, '42. 164,

Portsmouth and Arundel Navigation Improvement Bill, 29. 182.

United States, consul at, bis salary (1828), '31. 182. Portugal, extent, population, and

military force of, in 1828, *28. 71; monarchy of, its exteut, population, sovereign, capital, religion, revenue, debt, army, and navy, in 1828, 29. 72, 73; increase of inhabitants in, id. 79; extent, population, and military force of (1831), '33. 54; pa pulation and sovereign of (1836), 36. 107; gold and silver coins of, their names, value, weight, alloy, and value in English money (1829), '30. 107; united to Spain, 28. 59; freed from Spain, il. 60; independent, '31. 48; Duke of Braganza declared king of, id. ib.; Prince Regent of, goes to Brazil, id. 56; royal family of, go to Brazil, '28. 63; king of, returns to Lisbon, id. 65; suppresses the constitution, id. ib. ; swears to the constitution, id. ib. ; insurrection in, id. 68; asks assistance from Great Britain, id. 68; English troops in, id. 69; the throne of, abdicated by Pedro in favour of Donna Maria, '29. 235; British forces quit, id. 236; affairs of, id. 239; declared subject to Don Miguel as legitimate king, id. 241 ; queen of, comes to England, id. 214; arrives in London, id. 245 ; received by the king at Windsor Castle, id. 216 ; Portugal invaded by France and Spain, 31.52; queen dowager of, dies, id. 231; French fleet force the passage of the Tagus aud impose terms, '32. 239; Donna Maria proclaimed queen of, at Lisbon, '34.246; acknowledged by England, id. 247; departs for Lisbon, id. ib.; arrives there, id. 248; monastic establishments abolished, '35. 258; exclusive trade with, by the English, aunulled, id. 258 ; paper money suppressed, and metallic currency established, id. 259; Cortes meet, id. 260; regency ceases, and

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Donna Maria exercises authority, '35. 261; Prince Augustus of, comes to England, '36. 239, 240; dies, id. 241, 242; sale of ecclesiastical property, id. 246; queen of, marries the Duke of Saxe Coburg, '37. 252; constitution of 1820 proclaimed, id. 256; counter revolution attempted, id. 257, 258; Cortes opened, '38. 243; proclamation of the Duke of Terceira and others for the restoration of the charter of Don Pedro, id. 247 ; tbe scheme defeated, id. ib.;

Espartero, minister to, id. 247. Portugal, British consul-general,

consuls and vice consuls to, wbere employed, and amount of their salaries (1828), '31. 181.

trade with : coals, quantity of, exported to, in 1833, '35. 186; cotton goods, value of, exported to, in 1832, id. 178; British, quantity and value of exports to, in 1833 and 1834, -36. 169; in 1835, '37. 167; in 1838, :40. 182; quantity of rum exported to, in 1829, '31. 186; quantity of, exported to, in 1831, '33. 183; wonl and woollens, British, value of, exported to, in 1832, 34. 167 ; of woollen manufactures, in 1810, '42. 161; value of exports to, in 1828, '31. 177; value of export of British produce, &c., to, in 1830, '33. 179; of exports to, in 1831, '34. 158; in 1827, 1830, 1833, 1834, and 1835, 37. 160 ; in 1836, 38. 173; in 1836 and 1837, '39. 169; in 1838, '40. 181; ju 1839, '41. 188 ; in 1810, '42. 163; ImPORTS : cotton, quantity imported from, from 1832 to 1834, '36. 168; wool, import of, from, and value of exports of British woollens to, in 1831, '35. 176, 177; value of imports from, and of exports of home produce, &c., and foreign and colonial merchandize to, in 1831, 34. 160.

debate on the affairs of, *29. 213; motion by Mr. C. Grant for the recognition of Donna Maria as queen of, '31. 203; de

bate upon the affairs of, '33. 197; address on the affairs of,

carried against ministers, '34. 194. Portugal, vessels of, employed in

the foreign trade of the United Kingdom, in 1840, 42. 160.

“Histories of," names of, 32. 70-72.

laurel, 29. 66.

Wine, see WINES, Fo. REIGN

and her colonies, extent, and population of, in 1828, "28.

74. Portuguese (Portugal), its value,

&c. (1829), '30. 107; half ditto, ditto, id. i..

the, expelled from Ormus, '32. 25.

Africa, its extent, population, and religions, in 1828, 29. 74, 75.

Asia, its extent, population, and religion, in 1828, '29. 72, 73.

authors, list of, and of their principal works, from A.D. 500, to A.D. 1800, '32. 69–72; factories at Malabar, id. 257; junta, '28.65; literary chronology, '32. 69–72; Slave Trade Suppression Bill, debate on, '40. 208; soldiers at Plymouth ordered to embark for the Brazils, '29. 246.

“ in India. History of the,” '32. 70. Posen, Duchy of, extent and popu

lation of (1931), '33. 55. Poseideon, an Attic month, '30. 8. Positive indices, '29. 56. Possevini, '32. 56. Pust, Act to extend the accommoda

tion by the post to and from foreign parts (5 and 6. W. IV. c. 25), '36.117; established in Tur.

key, '35. 255. Postage, not a proper source of re

venue, '41. 104, 105 ; early rates of, '40 63, 64; rates of, in 1765, 1784,1791, 1861, 1805, and 1812, id. 74; rates of (1784), id. 73; amount and average rates of, in the United Kingdom, in 1838, full particulars relating to, &c., id. 190—192 ; rates of, established

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