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by Ma Gillon, 142. 178.412 4-3 Schoolo; niten for, Act for facilitating of the conveyance of (6 and 7 W. u: IV..ca 70), '37. 131; further Act 3:(4: and 5. Victic.. 38), 42.-137, xi 138.9dt ui lo siste si!! to 5001

endowed, unendowed; and Sunday, óumber of, in each county in England, and number of cbil. dren in the same, in 1818,'29.91;

Sundayand 1 other . Churcb -- of 24. England, number of, and of chil..dren in each; in England and

Wales (1832), '33. 120-122 ; epdowed and unendowed, income of, and rental of charity property in, in several counties of England and Wales, '36. 175.

and district schools in and near London, '30..158, 159. .

in Ireland, number of, in 1818, '29. 94, 172.

in Scotland, endowed, unendowed, parocbial, and Sunday, in 1818, 29.944; Act for encouraging (1 and 2 Vict. c. 87), '39. 161.

and colleges, quantity of land appropriated to, in the

United States, from 1796 to 1825,'32.121. Schoppenhaur, Baroness, dies, '39.

141; Madame J., dies, id. 249. Schotels, J. E., dies, '40. 140.; Schotia speciosa, '31. 43 ; tama:, rindi folia, id, ib. Schott, '31.73;: '32. 72. Schottus, “ Mechanica, Hydraulico, 1 Poeumatica,': '29. 63. Schrokh, '31.76;. '32. 65. Schroter, J. F., dies, '37. 110. Schultens, A., '31. 75 ; '32. 73. Schultze, Erust, '31.76 ; '32. 66. Schwarz-Rudolstadt; principality

of, its extent, population, prince, capital, religion, revenue, debt, and army, in 1828, '29. 70, 71; see also: SCHWARZBURG-RUDOLSTADT.

Sondershausen, principality :of,. its extent,: population, prince; capital, religion, revenue, debt, and army, in 1828, '29. 70, 71; see . also, SCHWARZBURGSONDERSHAUSEN. :)

Schwarz-wald mountains, and their "; several heights, : '33. 43 ; alpha

betical index to same, &c.; id. 249-53

... Fail! 02. Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, population pz'and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107;

Prussian Commercial League, '42. 112, 115 ; see also SCHWARTZ.--

Sigmaringen, popula. tion and sovereign of (1836), "36. 107.

Sonderhausen, Prussian Commercial League, '42. '112

114. Schwenkfeld, '31. 72; '32. 64. Scientific and literary bodies of Lon

don, their days and times of meeting, from November 1831 to June 1832, and their anniversaries, '32. 20; 1832, 1833, '33. 19; for 1833, 1834, 34. 27.

literary, and charitable institutions, in and near London, 31. 138.

literary, and professional institutions in London, with a list of their dates of charter or esta. blishment, where situate, days and hours of meeting, anniversaries, and the names of their presidents and secretaries, in 1829, '30. 161

-164. Scilly Islands, number of persons in,

'28. 81. Scinde, defeat of the Belochees in,

'42. 234. Scindia, war against, '32. 41. Scio, evacuated by the Greeks, '29. 236.

vice-consul at, '31. 182. Scioppius, '31. 72; '32. 64. Scipio Ferrens, of Bologna, cubic

equations, '29. 55. Sclavonic tongue, spoken in Russia ,down to A.D. 1700, '32. 76+. ::. Scoles, Mr. J. J., architect of St.

Peter's Church, Great Yarmouth, '35. 227 ; of the Catholic Church, St. John's Wood, id. 234;. of St. George's Chapel, Edgbaston, '37. 231; of the church of St. Ignatius, at Preston, id. 232 ; of St.

Peter's Church, Stonyhurst, id. ib. Sconie Bridge Road Improvement

Act, '40. 213.

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Scoresby, Rev.Mre référence to his į pic'33:: 47; 48; alphabetical index

“Account of the Arctic Regions," to same; &c., id. 494531 ya ...'29, 28. ne of Zuw is

Scotland, Church of, grants 'to, in Scot, Michael, '37. 22; his works, .- 1825,.'41. 198; Church of, “ Intid. 250,-butik.;11.43.05.2 trusion" question discussed in Scotch, tbe, defeated by Agricola, the Lords, id. 201» further men. 9:28. 64..! si9910111s.--.4 tion of the state of, in the Lords,

- courts, amount of saving '42. 177). IN 1911:0).!! -- effected in, '40. 150.

- crime, particulars relating -ell, abolished, '35.147; Act to, in, '34. 65, 66°; state of, in 80 abolishing, repealed, and all (1834), "36. 51–54, 63, 64. 1: customary measures - abolished,

savings banks, number of 1:36. 129.

depositors, and amouut of deposits peers, re-election of, except in, on 20th of November, 1840, Lord Elphinstone, '36. 240. . :'42, 167; see also, SAVINGS BANKS. and Irish promissory notes,

number of electors in, in under a limited amount, restraived 1836, '37. 182, 183. · in England (9 G. IV. c. 65), '29.

trade, &c., of, quantity of 173.

iron made, and of furnaces in, in Scotland, conquered by Edward I., 1827, 29. 196 ; malt, quantity

'28. 57 ; independent, id. 58; of, made in, in 1840, '42. 170; '31. 44 ; invaded by Richard II., quantity. used in distilleries in id. ib.; united to England under the same time, id. ib. ; 'soap, quan

crown, 28. 60; visited by . tity made in, in 1840, id. 165 ; George IV., id. 65; distress in, spirits, number of gallons of, dismeeting to reliere, '38. 244.

tilled in, and which paid duty in extent and population of, 1810, id. 169; 'post-office estain 1828, '28. 71 ; population of blished in, '40. 66; revenue, the cities, boroughs, and towns of, business of the customs, transferred exceeding 5,000 inhabitants each, to London, '31. 234; power-looms, '29. 82, 83; extent and popula number of, in use, in 1836, '37. tion of (1831), '33. 54; 'popula 183; mileage and composition tion of the several counties and duties on railways and stage carchief towns of, in 1811, 1821, riages, in 1838, 1839, and 1840, and 1831 ; value of real property '42. 116; quantity of coal im in same, and number of members ported into London from, in of parliament for each, id. 81 1833, '35. 186; quantity of coal 88; population of each county sent from, to London, and number of, males and females, and number of ships employed in same, in of houses inhabited, uninhabited, 1836, 1837, and 1838, '40. 193. and building, in 1841, '42. 108;

schoolmasters, official, in, comparative statement of the po '40. 100. pulation of, in 1801, 1811, 1821,

parochial, endowed, unenf. 1831, and 1841, in each county, dowed, and Sunday schools in, in

and increase and decrease of same, 1818,'29. 94f.!..
id, 110; difference of time be-

Acts relating to, viz., Act tween the chief cities of, 'and to enable burghs in, to establish a London, '31. 23; houses, com general system of police (3 and "parative statement of, inbabited, 4 W.IV. c. 46), '34. 125-128; uninhabited, and building in Additional Circuit Courts - Act 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and (9 G. IV. c. 29), '29. 149; ex1811, '42. 11l; quantity of cul cise, countervailing spirit duties tivated, waste, and unprofitable .: between, and England and Ireland in (1829), '29. 90; moun land (6 and 7. W. IV. c: 72), tains of, and their several heights, '37. 133, 134;. Hereditary Re

128.

venues Acts Amended (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 58), '36. 127; Mad. houses Regulation Act (9 G. IV. c. 31), '29. 155 ; Reform Act (2 aud 3 W. IV. c. 65), '33. 149– 156; Salmon Fisheries Preservation Act (9 G. IV. c. 39), - 29. 156; Act for establishing Schools in the Highlands and Islands of of (1 and 2 Vict. c. 87), '39. 161; Entailed Lands Sale Act

(4 Vict. c. 24), '42. 128. Scotland, counties and burghs, not

liable for defaults of collectors of land or assessed taxes, :37. 130.

chronological list of the kings of, from 1004 to 1603, '31. 63.

chronicles of, names of, '32. 58, 59.

Lord Advocate of, Francis Jeffrey, '31. 240.

Solicitor-General fur, Henry Cockburn, '31. 240.

for other particulars relating to, see the several entries in the Index, passim.

and England united under the same parliament, '28. 61. Scots firlots, abolished, '28. 100. Scott, T., :32. 62. Scott, Sir Walter, his allusion to

Christmas, '29. 44; he dies, '33. 232; Bill for a monument to, brought in, '42. 178; Monument Act, id. 193; foundations for same at Edinburgh, laid, id. 201.

Honourable William Henry, compensation to, '32. 165.

the diver, killed, '42. 235. Scottia dentata, '31. 43. Scottish Hospital, '30. 148.

Widows Fund and Life Assurance Society Act, '41. 215,

216. Scotus, Mar., '32.63. Scrabster Roads, Harbour, &c., Act,

42. 198. Scrofula, often produced by cold,

'29. 120 ; deaths from, within the Bills of Mortality, in 1827, ad. 110.

and cancer, asylum for the cure of, '30. 141. Sculcoats, public ball at, alterations

of, '31. 220; Poor Rates Act,

'35. 221. Scurvy, former prevalence of, in

London, '35. 30. Scylitza, John, '31.66 ; '32. 51. Scymnus, '32. 48. Scythians, '28. 50. Sea air, effects of, on clothing, '30.

43; the same accounted for, id. ib.

banks or walls, punishment for destroying, '28. 143.

Bathing Infirmary, '30. 139.

couch, for preventing sea sickness, account of, '28. 181.

cows' teeth, duty on (1836), 37. 128.

horse teeth, duty on (1829), '30. 202 ; duty on (1836), '37.

morse teeth, duty on (1836), 37. 128.

policies, England and Ireland, amount of stamp duty on, on an average of three years, 1815 and 1830, '31. 178.

purslane-leaved Montinia, '31. 41.

sickness, couch for preventing, account of, '28. 181.

water, composition for washing in, '28. 183.

weed, luminous, explained, '30. 47. Seacroft Road Act, '41. 219. Seal skins, value of exports of, from

Western Australia (1834), '36.

182. Sealer, office abolished, '34. 175. Seamanı

, keelman, or caster, hindering in their occupation, punishment for (9 G. IV. c. 31), '29.

152. Seaman's Home, '30. 154.

Hospital, '30. 140.

Society Incorporation Act (3 W. IV. c. 9), '34. 106, 107.

and Soldier's Friend Society, British and Foreign, '30.

154. Seamen, number of, in the navy, in

1839, '41. 198; Act for the encouragement of the voluntary enlistment of, &c. (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 24), '36. 116, 117; ap

prenticed, number of, registered under 5 and 6 W. IV.c. 19, in February 1840, and total number of seainen serving in British ves

sels, '41. 198.. Seamen, merchant, Act for making

and maintaining a registry of (5 and 6 W.IV. c. 111), '36. 111113; Act for relief of their widows and childreu (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 52), '35. 148–150.

disbanded, distress of, '28. 65. Seamen's Hospital, '30. 110. “ Seamen's Hospital Society" Incor

poration Act (3 W. Il. c. 9), 31. 106, 107.

wages exempted from charge for support of Greenwich Hospital (4 W. IV. c. 34), '35.

138. “ Search after Truth,'' '32. 68. Search warrant, power to grant, '28.

140; '40. 160. Seas, offences committed on, punishi

able in same way as if committed

on land, '28. 130. “ Seasons,” '32. 61. Seaton, Lord, Annuity Bill, debated,

'41. 205, 206 ; Annuity Act (3

Vict. c. 11), id. Seba, Abraham, '31. 70 ; '32. 47. Sebadilla seeds, duty on (1836), '37.

128. Seba's heath, '31. 39. Sebastiani, General, resigns, '35.

256. Sebat, a Jewish month, '30. 13. Sebunda, Raymond de, '31. 69;

'32. 67. “Secchia Rapita," '32. 56. Second-hand cards, sale of, 29.

147. Secondaries in the Exchequer, abo

lished, '34. 144. Secondary, office of, no longer to be

sold, '29. 245. Secondary punishments, number and

extent of, inflicted in England and Wales (1826), '29. 89; number and extent of, inflicted in France

(1826), id. ib. Secret convention for partition of Puland, '31. 53.

service money, amount of, '32.

144; home, sum set apart for,

39. 143. Secret societies, forbidden by the

Pope, '30. 262. Secretaries and Under-Secretaries of

State, amount of their pensions,

'35. 132, 133. Secretary.at-War, Mr. Ellice, '34.

213. Secretary of State for the Colonies, see COLONIAL SECRETARY,

for Foreign Affairs, see FOREIGN SECRETA KY.

for the Home Department, see Home SecrETARY. Secundus, '31. 66, 77; '32. 51, 72. Securities for illegal transactions,

Act amending the law relating to (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 41), 36. 123; for money, &c. stealing, punishment for, '28. 131; same

altered by 1 Vict. c. 90,'38. 162. Security from fire in theatres, - 28.

182, 183. Sedative poisons, table of, '28. 115 ;

and narcotic poisons, id. 120, 121; how they operate, id. ib.; are al. most exclusively vegetable, id. ib.;

what are not, id. 121. Sedentary occupations, injurious

etfects of, '29. 120. Sedge bird, *29. 38. Sedgley, population of, '33. 72;

Roads Act, '42. 196; church at,

finished, id. 206. Sedition, punishable in Scotland in

the same manner us iu England,

38. 129. Seditious Societies Act Amendment

Act (2 Vict. c. 12), '40, 144. Sedulius, '31. 65; '32. 53. Seeu, scattered by the wind, '28. 39.

time, '29.33. Seeds of various plants, how disseminated, '28. 39.

always germinate better if kept dry, and out of the ground, during winter, '29. 33.

duty on (1829), '30. 200; duties on (1832), '33. 193; produce of additional duties on (1840 and 1811), '42. 153.

exports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161; the same, in 1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 183;

import and home consumption of various, in 1828, '31. 175; consumptiou, in 1830, '32. 179; '33. 177; in 1831, '34. 156; imports of, value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 163; import and home con. sumption of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. 185; the same, in 1838, '40. 177; the same, in 1839, 41. 181; the same, in 1810, '42.

157. Seeds, foreign, consumption of, and

duty on, in 1836, 38. 183. Sefton, Lord, his new mansion in

Belgrave-square, '42. 105. Segrais, '31.73; '32. 68. Seiks, extent, population, and mi

litary force of the, in 1828, '28.

72. Seirophorion, an Attic month, '30. 8. Selago corymbosa, '31.43; fascicu.

lata, id. ib. Selby, population of, '33. 78; Road Act, '42. 196.

and Hull Railway, account of, '38. 63; '41. 76; particulars of, '41. 76; further account of, id. 90.

and Kingston Railway Act, '37.223.

and Leeds Railway Further Act, '36. 209; Railway, account

of, '37. 105, 106 ; '41. 70. Selden, John, *31. 72; '32. 60; his

observation on taking pains, :29.

141, 142. Select vestries, committee of the

Commons appointed, '30. 224. Seleucidæ, era of the, '28. 52 ; '30.

17; long used by the Jews, id.

13. Seleucus, '28. 52.

Nicanor, era of the Seleucides commences from the reign

of, '30. 17. Selim II., conquers Cyprus, '28. 59. Selkirk, population of, '33.87; Roads

Amendment Act, '35. 222. Selkirkshire, population of, in 1811,

1821, and 1831, value of real property in, and its representation, '33. 87; summary of same, in 182.1 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 89; the same, in 1841, '42. 108; population of, in 1801,

1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and increase per cent., id. 110; electors, number of, in, in 1836, '37. 183; bouses, number of inhabited, uninhabited, and building, in 1841, '42. 108; occupations of persons in (1831), *35. 103; tum. pike trusts, their extent and income in (1834), id. 193 ; gates in, rents of, in 1833, 1834, and 1835,

37. 178. Sellasia, battle of, '28. 62. Semeca, Jobn, '31.68; '32.63. Semler, '31. 76 ; '32. 65. Senate of the United States, its

powers, &c., described, '32. 109

113 Sene, an Abyssinian month, '30. 13. Seneca, '28. 51; '31. 65 ; '32. 52;

magnifying glass, prismatic co

lours in angular glass, '29. 62. Senecio vulgaris, *29. 28. Senegal coast, ceded to England,

28. 62.

-- river, discovered, '30. 93. Senna, duty on (1832), '33.-193;

import and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 175; in 1830, '32. 179; 33. 177; in 1831, '34. 156.

bladder, '29. 64. Sennefelder, dies, '35. 255. Sensible perspiration, how procured,

29. 119, 120. Sentences, commutation of, and for

what punishments, in England and Wales, in 1834, '36. 45; passed on criminals, in 1834, 1835, and 1836, '38.185 ; passed, from 1834 to 1839, in England and Wales, '41. 114; number and description of, passed in 1834, 1838, 1839,

and 1840, '42. 104. Seo, a Chinese horary character, '30.

28; a Chinese division of the

day, '31. 9. Separatists, may make affirmation

where oath required (3 and 4 W. IV. C. 82), '34. 139; declaration of, substituted for oath on election to certain offices (1 Vict. c.

5 and 15), '39. 143, 144. Sepher Cosri, '32. 47. September, mouth of, description of

the natural appearances of, in

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