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Rastadt, peace of, '28. 61'; congress Estates Sale Act, '40. 218; Gas of, peace of, id. 63. sekar

Light Act, '37. 220 ; Union ComRastrick, population of, '33.78.1 pany. Act, id ib. ;. Water

Mr., his survey of the line Works. Company Further Act, uc of the Brighton, Railway, '42. '36. 208. and litt. 768.2 HER :

Reading, Robert of, '37. 22; his Ratcliff, rental of the parish of tit travels and works, id. 23. H. . (1829), 29. 85.

Ready-furnished lodgings, punishRates, comparison of the expendi ment for robbing, '28. 137. * Asture of, before and since the pass Real actions, except writs of dower, ring of the Poor Law! Amendment quare impedit, and ejectment, Act, '37.53–57.

abolished (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 27.), Ratherius, '31. 66.

'34. 117. Rathfriland, population of, in 1821 estate, stealing evidences of and 1831, '34. 92.

title to, punishment for, '28. 133. Rathkeale, population of, in 1821 property, value of, in the seveand 1831, '34. 91.

ral counties and principal towns and Croagh Inclosure of Great Britain, as assessed in Act, '40. 212.

April 1815, '33. 57—88; in the Rathven, population of, '33. 82. county of Middlesex, value of, Rating, amount of, motion concern. in 1815 and 1828, id. 67, 68;

ing the reduction of, '42. 181. limitations of actions and suits Ratio, definition and sign of, '28. relating to, to twenty years (3 and 105.

4 W. IV.

1. c. 27), '34. 117. “ Rational Religionists," mentioned

in India, liable to pay ! in the House of Lords, '41. 200, debts (9 G. IV., c. 33), '29. 155. 201.

commission appointRatisbon, peace of, '31. 47; truce ed, '29. 239. of, id. 49.

Reallillo (Spain), value of, &c. Ratsbane, poisonous properties of,

(1829), '30. 109. and remedies against, '28. 123. Reals (Spain), their value, &c. - Rattlesnake, venom of, and reme (1829), '30. 108. dies against, '28. 123.

“ Reasons for the enactment of the Raube Alpe mountains, and their Laws of Moses," '32. 47.

several heights, '33. 43; alpha Réaumur, 28. 61 ; '31. 75;: '32. betical index to same &c., id. 69; thermometer, '29. 63; his 49–53.

graduation of the thermometer Raumer, see REAUMUR.

used by the Germans, '30. 90 ; Raumore Inclosure Act, '36. 206. his calculation on the fecundity Ravaillac assassinates Henry IV., of the hop-fly, id. 40. ; 28. 60.

Reaumuria hypericordes, '31. 43. Ravenna, the Germans at, '28. 55. Reay, Lord, elected representative RavensmoorInclosure Act, '36. peer for Scotland, '36. 240.". 206.

Rebdorf, '31. 68; Heinrich von, Rawmarsh Road Act, '39. 213.

'32. 63. Rawson, Mr. R. W., his tables of “ Rebellion, History of the," '32. 60.

the statistics of crime in England, Rebellion in Ireland, '28. 63. • '40. 136—139.

in Scotland, '28. 61. Ray, John, '31. 74 ; '32. 60. Receipt stamps, amount and rate Rayal, G., '31. 77; '32. 69.

of duty on, under 501., in 1832, Raynourd, dies, '38. 128. '

'34. 177; amount of, in 1837, '39. Reading, population of (1821), *29. 178; the same in 1838, '40. 173;

82; population and representation allowances upon, to stationers, on of, '33. 57; St. John's Church in, purchase of (9 G. IV., c. 27), account of, '39. 221; Corporation *29. · 148; receipts under 51.,

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stamp duty on; repealed.*' '34. 1176. JATI ! Receiver of stolen goods, punish

ment of, 28. 139; may be' indicted though the principal be

not convicted, id. ib... Receiving stolen goods punishment - i for, '28. 138, 139. “Recidives," in France, '35. 42 ; • number of, in France, from 1827

to 1832, id. 52. Re-committals in England and

Wales, observations on, '36. 43 ; i number of, in each county, in

England and Wales (1834), id.

44. Record Commission, committee of,

inquiry into conduct of, '37. 189; expenses of, from 1824 to 1836, '38. 196.

Office, vote of money for, '33. 231; Act for the establishment of (1 and 2 Vict. c. 94), '39, 161, 162; rules and regulations made by the Master of the Rolls relating to, '41. 107.

offices in the metropolis, account of, '38. 93, 94; fees for searching table of, '41. 107, 108; particulars of the Act 1 and 2 Vict. c. 94, relating to, id. 1064

110; see further, RECORDS. Recorde, Robert, '37. 23; account

of his numerous works, id. 30–

37. Recorders, under the Municipal Cor.

porations Act, '36. 101 ; see also, Abstract of the Act, id. 132 144; of boroughs, may appoint a second court (7W. IV. and 1

Vict. c. 19), '38. 130. Records, defacing, punishment for,

28. 133; for stealing same, id. ib.; * amendment of variance of docu

ments (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 42), . '34. 124; arrangement of, pro

gress of, '41. 110; certifying to false copies of, punishment for, '39. 162; in the metropolis, short directory for searching the, '38. 93-97; times and cbarges of, and for searching under the old and new systems, '41. 109, 110; of the various courts of law and equity, where deposited, '38. 95

* 97 ;-of: Wales, their unsatisfac

tory state, '41. 109, 110; proposed

removal to London, id. ibertsen Records and writings, an Act to prevent a failure of justice by reason of variances between (9 G: IV. c. 15), *29. 145. 1" ,

see also, RECORD OFFICES. “ Records of the Creation," by Rev.

J. B. Sumner (Bishop of Chester), extract from, relating to savings,

'29. 136, 137. “ Rectifying the globe," meaning

of the term, '42. 25. “ Recueil d'Histoires," "32. 69. 'N “ Recueil de Voyages et de Mé.

moires," referred to, '33. 25. Red Barn murder, Corder executed for, '29. 242.

breast, its winter food, '30. 36.
cedar, '29. 65.
dead nettle, id. 28.

Island Reef, loss of the “Minstrel" on, '42. 238.

Maid's Hospital, Bristol, rebuilding of, account of, '38. 240, 211.

Sea, African ports on the, value of exports of British and Irish produce, &c., to, in 1838, '40.

181; in 1839, '41. 188. “Red Soil Mine,"men killed in, '34.

248; acquittal of persons charged with having killed men in, '35.

256. Red-start, the, '28. 24.

verticillate heath, '31. 39.

or Guinea wood, duty on (1829); '30. 199; duty on (1832), '33. 192.

flowered Lambertia, '31. 41; Swainsona, id. 43. Rede, William, '37. 22; his works,

id. 26. Redesdale, Lord, dies, '31. 234. Redgrave, Mr., his calculations,

&c., on the statistics of crime in England and Wales, cited, '41. 110-116; his tables of the state

of crime referred to, '42. 100. Redi, F., '31. 72; '32. 56. Redouté, Pierre Jos., dies, '41. 138. Redruth, population of (1821), '29. 82.

population of, '33. 59.

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Redruth and Chasewater Railway, Gascoyne's motion, '32. 192, 237; account of, '37. 91; '41. 64.

(second), brought in by Lord John and Hayle Road Act, '40. Russell, id. 192; debates on, id. 216.

193 ; passes the Commons, id. Redschid Pasha made Grand Vizier, 194 ; defeated by Lord Whard30. 260.

cliffe in the Lords, id. ib. 240; Reduced Annuities, 3 per cent. abstract of same, as passed the

dividends, when payable, '32. 99. House of Commons on 21st SepReduction in public offices, from tember, 1831, id. 196-213; 1815 to 1835, '37. 183.

(third), introduced by Lord Jobu of interest on stock, saving Russell, '33. 194, 228 ; debates on, by, 1822, 1826, 1830, and 1834, in the Commons, id. 195–200; '36. 150.

the 501. tenant-at-will (Chandos) proposed, of excise duties clause carried, id. 196 ; (third), on beer, cider, and leather, &c., introduced into the Lords by Earl '31. 201; in the public expendi Grey, id. 200; debates on, id. ib. ture, by abolition of offices (1821 205; Lord Lyndhurst's amend. and 1832), '34. 177.

ment carried against Earl Grey, Reedham Inclosure Act, '41. 215. id. 202. Rees, A., '31. 76 ; '32. 62.

Reform Act, England (2 W. IV. Reeve, Mr. William, captain of the c. 45), '33. 135—146. “ Earl of Wemyss” smack, com

rate-paying clauses remitted for felony, '34. 249; he is peal, proposed in the House of acquitted, '35. 256.

Commons, '34. 195 ; rate-paying Reflecting telescope, James Gregory, clauses repeal, Bill rejected, '38. '29. 63; Newton, id. ib.

203. “ Reflexions," "32. 68.

Act (Scotland), (2 and 3 “ Reform Association,” meeting to W. IV. c. 65), '33. 149–156 ; establish, '36. 244.

amended as to registration of voBill riots, '32. 240.

ters (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 88), '35. Club-house, account of, 159; amendment Act (5 and 6 '40. 243-245; further account W. IV. c. 78), '36. 144. of, and remarks on, and correction

Bill (Ireland), brought in of error in former notice, '41. 245, by Mr. Stanley, '32. 193; intro246.

duced, '33. 195. Reform, meeting in Edinburgh for

Act (Ireland), (2 and 3 W. the erection of monuments to IV. c. 88), '33. 160-162. Muir, and others, '38. 214 ; meet Reformation, in Scotland, '28. 59. ing for further Reform, at Hol

Society for Promoting beck, '42. 235.

the Principles of the, '30. 153; motions for, by Mr. O'Con auxiliary ditto, id. ib. nell, and by Lord John Russell,

“History of the," '32. '31. 206 ; Mr. Brougham's notice 73, 76. of motion on, '32. 186; Duke of

“ History of the EngWellington's declaration against, lish," '32. 56. id. ib.

Reformed House of Commons, list in Parliament, announced of the first (1833), '33. 234—243. by Earl Grey, '32. 189; Lord Refraction, '28. 92; law of, Snel. John Russell's explanation of the lius, :29. 63; of atmosphere, Al“preponderating influence of the hazen, id. 59; atmospheric, Dr. landed interest," '40.197.

Bradley, id. ib.
Bill (1831), prepared by

double, Bartholinus, '29. Lord Durham, '34. 249; intro 63. duced by Lord John Russell, '32. Refractions, table of, '30. 48. 191, 236; defeated by General Refuge for the Destitute, '30. 150;

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Act relating to the Society, '39. of, and of the duties of registrars, 215.

&c., '40.51-58; important effect Regeb, a Turkish month, '30. 21. of the Act, '42.46—54; of deaths, Regency, address for, debated and Mr. Farr's report of the results of

negatived, '31, 207, 208; Bill in the first and second quarters, '40. troduced, '32. 187 ; Act for pro 31-51; of births, marriages, and viding in case Wm. IV. should die

deaths, progress of, in years endbefore the Princess Victoria attains

ing 30th June, 1838 and 1839, '41. eighteen (1 W. IV. c. 2), id. 135 50-57.

- 137; Bill, '41. 211; Duke of Registration of Voters Bill, debates Sussex, his opinions on, referred on, 37. 196, 198. to, id. ib.; Act (3 and 4 Vict. c.

(Ireland), Lord Stan52), id. 155.

ley's Bill, '11.203; greet meeting Regent, appointment of, in certain to oppose same, '42. 235; see furs

cases (1 W. IV. c. 2), *32. 135— ther, Trisu REGISTRATION BILL. 137.

Registry of Deeds, Bill introduced by street, regulations as to the Mr. Campbell, '32. 189; again stucco and painting of the houses introduced by Mr. Campbell, '33. of, *33. 170.

194; debates upon, id. 195, 196; Regent's - park hay market, esta new Bill (Mr. W. Brougham) in.

blished (11 G. IV. c. 14), *31. troduced, *34. 192; rejected, id. 139.

195 ; again rejected, '35. 205. road and other im

university, '29. 56. provements in, '35. 236, 237; Regino, '31. 66 ; *32. 63. debate on the opening of, to the Regiomontanus, '31. 70 ; '32. 64. public, '42. 180; terraces in, ob Reguard, '31. 75; '32, 68. servations on the irregular paint. | Regulation of alehouse licenses, Act ing of, '35. 237.

for, '28. 155. Reggio, earthquake at, '33. 229.

of costs on distresses, Act Register, kept by Dissenters, '37.65. for, '28. 150, 151. parish, kept in England,

of elections, Act for, '28. '28.59; account of their origin in 160. England, '37.63; forgery or, how

of watermen of the punishable (1 W.IV.c. 66), '31. Thames, Act fur, '28. 157-160. 160, 161.

Regulus, death of, '28. 52. Registration, account of the foriner Reichstadt, Duke of, dies, '33. 231.

laws in England relating to, '37. Reid, T., '32. 62. 63–69; former objections against, Dr., notice of his experimental cited, id. 64, 65; Bill for, intro alterations of the temporary House duced, id. 188; read a third time of Commons, '37. 243, 244; his in the Commons, id. 207; Lords' plan of ventilation used in St. amendments in, rejected, Bill George's Hall, Liverpool, 42. 225. abandoned, id. 214.

Reigate, population and representaof Births, Deaths, and tiou of, '33. 73. Marriages in Englaud, Act for (6 Reignier, M., '31. 73; '32. 67. and 7 W.IV. C. 66), *37. 141, Re-importation, table of goods ex. 142; Act to explain same (7 W'. ported which may not be re-imIV. and i Vict. c. 22), '38. 130 ported for home use (3 and 4 W. -132; Registration and Mar 11.c. 52), '34. 130. riage Acts, observations on, and Reinbold, Adelaide, dies, '40. 141. objects of, '37. 62-70; account “ Reivke de Voss,” '32. 64. of the machinery of the Act for, Reinell, attempts to assassinate the and of its success, in year ending King of Hungary, '33. 231. 30th June, 1838, '40. 51–58 ; Reiz, '31. 75; W. Otto, '32. 73. particulars relating to the mode Relative value of gold and silver

coins, mode of ascertaining, '30. land, on the cross quarter days, 102.

'28. 12. . Religion, peace of, '31. 46.

Rent, removing goods to evade, conReligious houses, suppressed, *28. stables may interfere, '40. 155. 59.

Apportionment Amendment improvement, societies in Act (4 W. IV. c. 22), '35. 132. and near London for, '30. 152, mode of compelling payment 153.

of, in India, '33. 93. orders, regulated, '30. Rental of publicans and licensed 170; suppressed in France, '28. beer-sellers in England and Wales, 62.

in 1810, '41. 197. Tract Society, '30. 153.

per acre, of the pauper colo“ Remarks ou the Weather," expla nies of Holland, 29. 135. nation of the, in the British Alma

of the several parishes in the nac, 28. 16.

county of Middlesex (1829), '29. Remedies against the Hundred, laws 85. amended, 28. 146–149.

Repeal, agitation of, denounced in Remembrancers in the Exchequer, the King's speech, '34. 200; again, abolished, '34. 144.

'35. 196; debate on Mr. O'ConRemoơing goods, constable may in nell's motion relating to, id. 204 ;

terfere in, in certain cases, '40. agitation of, discouraged by Lord 155.

Ebrington, 41.255. Renfrèw, population of, '33. 87 ; Association meeting, '42.

Road Act, '34. 206; Ferry and 235. Railway Act, '36. 210; and Pais. Repgow, Epko of, '32. 63. ley Railway, particulars of, '41. Reports, clerk of the, in the Esche74.

quer, office of, abolished, '42. Renfrewshire, population of, and 142.

of the principal towns of, in 1811, Representation, Act to amend the, 1821, and 1831, value of real of the people in England and property in, and its representation, Wales (2 W. IV. c. 45), '33. 135 133. 87; summary of same, in -146; in Ireland, Act to amend 1821 and 1831, distinguishing (2 and 3 W.IV.c. 88), id. 160 the sexes, id. 89; the same, in 162; in Scotland, Act to amend 1841, '42. 108; population of, in (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 65), id. 149 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and -156. 1841, and increase per cent., id.

of France, increased, 110 ; electors, number of, in, in '32. 236. 1836, '37. 183; houses, number

amount of, in the of inhabited, uninhabited, and United States, in 1823, '32. 120. building, in 1811, '42. 108; occu

army, navy, and repations of persons in (1831), '35. venue, proportion of, to popula. 102; turnpike trusts, their extent tion in the various states of Europe and income in (1834), id. 193 ; and in North America (1829), turnpike gates in, rents of, in '30. 100.

1833, 1834, aud 1835, '37. 178. Reptiles, directions for preserving, Rennie, Mr., bis plan for London 38. 23. Bridge, '32. 222.

Republic of France, '28. 62; 31. Sir Jobn, erects London 54. Bridge after the design of his Reschid Pacha, takes Athens, '28. father, '32. 222; bis line of the 68.

Brighton Railway, '42. 68. Rescuing from custody for running Rennell, Major, '32. 62.

goods, or rescuing prohibited Rent, still payable in some parts of goods, punishment for, 1837

England, and generally in Scot. (7 W. IV. and 1 Vict. c. 91),

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