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bank notes and post bills lost or Act to render legal contracts destroyed, from 1800 to 1831, '34. though spiritual persons are mem152; DIVIDENDS, number of per bers (1 Vict. c. 10), '39. 145; sons to whom payable, on Toth further Act (4 Vict. c. 14), '42. Oct. 1837, and 5th Jan. 1838, and 127. See further BANKS. their several amounts, '39. 182; Bankruptcy Court Biil introduced BRANCH BANKS of, when and by Lord Brougham, '32. 191 ; where established, '33. 11l;, ave Court, Act to establish (1 and 2 rage circulation of notes and W. IV. c. 56), '32. 160—167. twenty-one-day bills of each

appeals in, to be made during 1833, '35. 172; FORGERY, to the Lord Chancellor (1 and 2 :: &c., paper of, not to be imitated W. IV. c. 56), id. 161; six Com

(1 W. IV. c. 66), '31. 159; bauk missioners of the court of, ap: books, falsifying entries in, pu. pointed, id. ib.; commissions of

nishable with death (1830), (i abolished, and fiats substituted W. IV. c. 66), '31. 158; bank (1 and 2 W, IV. c. 56), id. 162; notes or bank post bills, forgery country Commissioners of (1 and of, punishable with death (1830), 2 W. IV. c. 56), id. ib.; official (1 W. IV. c. 66), id. ib.; for alte Assignees in, id. 163. ration of the law, see FORGERY ;

Court of, expenses of forgery of, decrease of the crime provided for, and number of (1839), '41. 141; embezzlement Judges reduced to three, and one hy servants of the bank, not pn Registrar; add same and subdinishable with death, '42..138. vision Courts declared Courts of new dividend of.

Record (5 & 6 W. IV. c. 29), fices, account and description and '36. 119; Judges, other than the view of, '36. 224-227.

chief, may be directed to act in interior decora Insolvent · Debtors Court; one tion, account of, '39. 232, 233. Judge to have the power exercised Bank of British North America Act, by three (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 47), '37. 218.

'34. 128; power to appoint an of Ireland, debate on, '40. Accountant General (5 & 6 W. 207–209.

IV. c. 29), '36. 119; Bankrupt of Lisbon suspends payment,

Petitions, number of heard in the '28. 70.

Court of Review from 1832 to Banker, unlawfully converting mo 1836, compared with those heard

ney to his own use, punishment in the Vice Chancellor's Court for, ich. 137.

from 1827 to 1831, '38. 186; Bankers, &c., number of, in each judgments on cognovit good

county, in England, Wales, and against bankruptcy (1 W. IV. Scotland (1831), '35. 73–103. c. 7), '32. 137; fiats in, Act to London, amount of their

protect purchasers against (2 Vic. deposits at the Bank of England c. 11), 140. 143, 144; contracts in 1832— to 1840,'41. 182; their with bankrupts before fiat valid, clearing-house, payments made if without notice of act of banko through in 1839, and average ruptcy (2 & 3 Vic. c. 29), '40. amounts daily, '42. 170.

149; DOCKETS, Fiats, &c.: numbills and notes issuable ber of dockets struck, commis.. on unstamped paper (9 G. IV. sions sealed, opened, gazetted, and c. 23), '29. 148; drafts on, ex superseded, and number of certiemption from duty (9 G. IV. c. ficates and petitions from 1816 to 49), id. 161; notes, duty on, for 1826, "28. 170; commissions the United Kingdom in 1836, '38. sealed and opened from 1822 to 172.

1832, in town and country, '34. Banking in Ireland (1830), '31. 110. 172; number of bankrupts adverBanking and other copartnerships, tised from 1833 to 1838, and

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number of Fiats issued and opened in the same time, '39, 194;-Bankruptcy; fiats of; number of, 'from ilth January, 1838, to 10th January 1939, 40: 188; issued in 1826, 1837, 1898, and 1839; "41. 193; TRADES: bankruptcy analysis from November lot, 1830, to November '1st, 1831, 'showing the number of each : 'trade" gazetted during that time, '32. 134; from November '1st, 1831, to November

1st, 1832, '33, 122, 123. Bankrupts, number of; and their se

veral trades, from November 1st, 1832, 10 November 1st, 1833, '34. 93; to November 1st, '1834, '35.124; to November, 1835, '36. 106; to November, 1836, 37. 109; to November, 1837, 38. 126, 127'; to November 1838, '39. 140, 141; to November, 1839, 40. 139, 140; to November, 1840, '41. 136, 187; from November 1st, 1840, to November 1st, 1841, '42. 123.

Patentee of, office abolished, "'34. 175.

estate in the Bank, applied to the expenses of the Court of Bankruptcy (5 & 6 W. IV. 29), '36. 119.

funds invested. (6. W. IV. c. 27), "37. 117.

in Ireland, Act to amend the laws relating to (6 W. IV. c. 14), '37. 115; Act to empower the appointment of a commissioner of (7W:IV. & 1 Vic. c. 48), '38. 147.

estates, Scotland, Act for regulating the sequestration of

(2 & 3 Vic. c. 41), '40. 151. Bankrupts, number of persons of dif

ferent trades, from 1825 to 1841.

returns of number of notes in cir. culation of (4 & 3 Vic. c. 50), '42, 138

... Banks, Joint 'Stock;" list of esta

blished under 'Acty Geo. IV., and number of partners therein, 37. 158, 159; mimber of, and member of partners in; "the United King. dom on 5th January, "1639, 40. 175; aggregate amount of notes of, in England and Wales, circulated between 28th August, 1983 and 29th March, 1834, 85 171 ; amount of circulated from June 1634 to Jane and September 1835, '36. 154; aggregate amount of, circulated at various periods in 1833, 1834, 1835, and 1836, 37. 159.

Private and Joint Stock, notes of, amount circulated in England and Wales, in each quarter, from December 1833 to Septeinber 1837, '38. 172; same in 1834 to September 1838, 39. 181, 182,; the same in each quar. ter to September 30th, 1839, 40. 175; the same to September 30th, 1840, and for the quarter ending September in each of the vix pres ceding years, '41. 181; aggregate amount of, circulated in England and Wales for each quarter of the year-ending 30th September, 1841, 42. 154.

Private, aggregate amount of notes of, in 'England and Wales, in circulation between 28th Au. gust, 1833, and 29th March, 1834, '35, 171; from June 1834, to June and September 1835, '36. 154; at various times in 1833, 1831; 1835, and 1836, 37. 158.

Coumtry, aggregäte amount of notes stamped for the years 1822 to 1826, both inclusive, "28. 165..

notes, country, number of stamped in 1835, in Great Britain and Ireland, '37. 157.

English, Scotch, and Irish, in circulation from June, 1839, to March, 1840, '41. 181; Banks, of Scotland, small. notes

in circulation in 1826, '28. 165. Banks, Joseph, '31. 76;32. 62.

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Banks, stoppage of many, '28. 67.

Act to compel banks issuing promissory notes payable to bearer on demand, to make returns of their notes in circulation, and to authorize bariksto issue notes payable in London for less than 501. (3 & 4 W. IV. c. 63), '34. 139, 140.

of issue, Act providing for

169;

Bailosia, ericifolia, 31: 37.

same in 1831, '34. 168; value grandit; id. ib.

of imports from, and of exports marcescern, id, ib.

of home produce, &c., and foreign marginata, id. ib.

and colonial merchandize 'to, in speciosa, id. ib.

1831, '34. 160 ; Cotton goods, verticillata, id. ib.

British, quantity and value of exBankside, St. Peter's Church, Park

ported to in 1833 and 1834, 36. street, Rectory, &c., account of,

'value of general exports to, -'740. 228.

in 1827, 1830, '1833, '1834, and Bannister; John, dies, 37. 110. *1835, '37. 160; in 1836, '38. Bannockburn, battle of,:'28. 58. •' 178. Banquetting House, Whitehall, ré Barbary, British Consul General, and paina of, '34. 214.

Vice Consuls to, where employed Bantam, English expelled from, '32. and amount of their mlaries • 26.

(1828), '31. 183. Bantry, population of in 1821 and Barbauld, Mrs., '32. 62. **1831, 34. 90.

Barberino, F., '31. 68; '32, 54. Bantry Bay, "28.63.

Barbour, John,. '31: 68; '32. 58. Baptisms, number of in London, Barbuda, education, 'state of, and from 1801 to 1820, '28, 85.

amount of population in, '34. 181. Baptist, Highland Mission, London Barcelona, British Consul at, his

Auxiliary Society in and of the, salary (1828), 31. 181 ; riots at, '30. 155; Home Missionary So '37. 252. ciety, id. it. ; 'Irish Society, id. Bar Chasdai, Abr, '31. 68. 154; Missionary Society, id. 155. Barclay's Maurandia, '31. 41.

St. John the day of, *28. Bar Dior, Abr, '31. 68. 12.

Bareilly, riots at, '32. 44. Bar Abba, Isaac, '31. 68.

Barge, stealing from, punishment Barah's night, '28. 15.

for, *28. 132. For the subsequent Baraterius, '31. 70'; '32. 55.

law 'on this subject, see Acts relat. Barbadoes taken by the English, 'ing to CANALS and NAVIGABLE

*28. 60; date of settlement of, RIVERS. how governed, population, im Bargo, 'Lucas de, algebra, arithmeports and exports, and tonnage tic, '29. 56. inwards and outwards (1831), Barilla, duty on (1829), '30. 198 ; "32. 104, 105; IMPORTS, quantity import and home consumption of, of rum imported from; in 1829, in 1828, '31. 173.; 'in 1830, 32. 31; 286.;' in 1831, '33. 183. 177; in 1830, 33. 175; in the

value of imports and ex year 1831, '34. 154.. ports into and from, in 1633, 37.

and Alkali, "imports and 164 ; EDUCATION, state of, and home consumption of, and duty amount of population in, '34. 181; on, in 1837, 39. 184; same in Slaves, number.of, in, in 1826, 1838; '40. 176.; same in 1839, '29. 199; registered number of, '41. 182; in 1810,"42. 156. in 1817 and 1829, '34. 180; num. Baring; Mr. Alexander, created ber of, in, appraised value of, and Baron Ashburton, '36. 242. sales of, from 1822: to 1830, and

Mr. B., motion against in amount and rate of compensation the case of Mr. and Mrs. Deacle, for, '39. 195; effect of the Eman. 32. 194. cipation Act in (1834), '36. 78;

Mr. Francis, 'Lord of the hurricane at, '32. 239, 240.

Treasury, '31. 240. Barbary States, value of exports to -Sir Thomas, liis evidence on

in 1828, 31. 177 ; of British pro the increase of crime, 29. 97. duce, &c., to, in 1828, 31. 177;

Mr., Secretary of the Treathe same in 1830, '33. 180; the

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sury, '35. 258.

Bark, duty on (1829), '30. 198; Barnet, Fryern, rental of the parish (1832), 33. 190.

of (1829), '29. 85. extract of, duty on (1829), Barnsley, population of (182), '129. '30. 201.

81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, oak and cork tree, import and '33. 77; riots at, '30. 264.; Wahome consumption of, in 1828, ter Act, '38. 210; Small Debts '31, 173; in 1830, '32. 177; in Act, '39. 212. 1830, '33. 175; in 1831, '34. Barnstaple, population of (1821), 154; for tanners and dyers, same, '29. 81 ; population and repreand duty on, in 1837, '39. 184 ; sentation of, '33. 60; Roads Re in 1938, '40. 176; in 1839, '41. pairs Act, '42. 195. 182; in 1840, '42. 156.

Barometer invented, '28. 60; '29. Peruvian, or Jesuits, import 59 ; description and use of the, and bome consumption of, in '28. 16–18; derivation of the 1828, '31. 173; import, ex port, word, id. ib.t; its rise and fall ex. and home consumption of, in plained, '28. 17, 18; diurnal ra1830, '32. 177; '33. 176; in riations of the, '35. 25; tables for 1831, '34. 154.

calculating the heights of mounBarker, E. H., dies, '40. 141.

tains by the, '31. 79-85. Barking, population of, '33. 62; Baronets first created, '28. 60; thirPoor Rates Act, '36. 208.

teen created, '28. 70; their inBarking-side, church at, intended,

come, &c., 1688, '35. 72. 39. 220.

Baronius, C., '31. 70 ; '32. 56. Barkston, Ash, and Skyreck Court

Barrackpore, mutiny at, '32. 45. of Requests Extension Act, '41. Barras, death of, '30, 259. 218.

Barréges, number of English re-. Barlæus, '32. 73.

siding at, in 1829, '30. 217. Barley, time for sowing, '28. 33 ; Barrett, Mr. George, his method for

average price of, in 1833, '35. the calculation of life contingen. 181; value of export of, in 1833 cies, '40. 5; observations on the and 1834, '36. 156; import and application of same, '42. 1.

home consumption of, and gross Barrier Treaty, the, '31. 50. : duty on, in 1840,'42. 156 ; quan Barrington, Daines, his belief in

tity of imported and entered for the submersion of swallows, '29. home consumption, from July, 45. 1828, to June, 1841, '42. 92: see Barrington and Parrett Capal Act, further, GRAIN.

'37.224. Barleycorn, origin of the measure, Barrington's Hospital Act, '31. 211. '30. 111.

Barristers, duty paid on admission Barlow, deviation of the compass, of, in 1836, '38. 187. "29.62.

Barristers in India, may be admitted Sir George, assumes the by the Courts there without licence Government of India, '32. 43. of the Company, '34. 142.

Professor, his reports on the Barros, Joas de, '32. 70. construction, &c., of railways

Pereira, A de, '32. 71. cited, '37. 77, et seq.

P.J. de, '31. 79. Barmude, an Arabic month, 130. 16. Barrow, Isaac, '31. 72; '32. 60. Barnack with Pilsgate and Southorpe Mr., his machinery at the Inclosure Act, '42. 191.

General Post Office, '30. 234. Barnard Castle, population of, '33. Barrow's Straits discovered, '30. 97. 61.

Barry, Dr., bis observations on cho. Barnet to Mimms, new road, '29.223. lera morbus, '32. 22–24. and St. Albans Roads Trust,

Mr., bis evidence on the imtolls collected on, in 1834 and provement of the Irish fishermen, 1839, '42. 119.

'31. 107; his observation on the

the

regularity of repayment of charit.

able loans in Ireland, '31. 112. Barry, Mr. C., architect of the Tra

vellers' Club, '39. 219, 220; of the Free Grammar School, Birmingham, '34. 224 ; of the alterations of the College of Surgeons, '35. 238; of the improvements at Trentham Hall, '37. 247 ; of the Unitarian Chapel, Manchester, 40. 234; of the Reform Club House, '40. 243 ; of the Earl of Tankerville's villa at Walton. upon-Thames, '40. 247; of the buildings at University College, Oxford, '42. 102 ; his plan for the new houses of parliament re

commended, '37. 193. Bartels, M., banished from the Ne

therlands, '31. 235. Barter, in China, still prevalent with

the English (1830), *31. 126. Barth, G., 31. 72 ; '32. 64. Barthelemy, J. J., '31. 77 ; '32. 69. Bartholine, G., '31. 73; *32. 74. Bartholinus, double refraction, '29.

62.. Bartholomew, massacre of St., '28. 59.

lane, wideniug of, '42. 62. Bartolus, '31. 68; '32. 54. Barton, population of, '33. 65 ; Inclosure Act, '40. 212.

under.Needwood Bridge Act, '34. 205.

St. Michael, Gloucester, chapel at built, '42. 206. Baruch, '31.64–68; '32. 46. Baroos, population of, '33. 87. Barwick, Jobn, '37.22; his works,

id. 25. Barwood, duty on (1829), '30. 199. Barzelloni, Judah, '31. 66; '32.

47. Bar Zemach, '31. 68. Basevi, Mr. George, architect of the

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge,

38. 224. Bashford, population of, '33. 70. Basbans, an Arabic month, '30. 16. Basingstoke, population of, '33. 63 ; Road Act, '40.216.

Market and Town Hall Ach, '30. 231 ; and Locombe

Corner, &c., Roads Repairs Act,

41.219. Basket rods, duty on (1829), '30.

201; (1832), 33. 190. Basle, peace of, '31. 54. Basnage, '31. 75. Bass's Straits named, '30. 97. Bassein taken, '32. 33. Bastard indigo, '29. 64–67. Bastards, number of, boru in each county of England and Wales, in 1830, and proportion to other children, '34. 88, 89; number chargeable to the parish in each county in England, in 1835 and 1837, with decrease or increase in 1837, as compared with 1835, &C., &c., '38. 192; maintenance of, by the mother (4 and 5 W. IV., c. 76), '35. 156; Bastard Wills (Scotland) Act permits bastards to make wills of their moveable estate (6 W. IV., c. 22), '37. 116, 117; bastards in France, from 1817 to 1825, '28. 89; iu Paris in 1826, '28. 89; in France,

'35. 47, 48. Bat, or Flitter-mouse, '29. 30. Batavian Republic acknowledged,

31. 55. Batavian History, Collection of, :32.

73; id. ib. Batecumb, William, '37. 22; his

works, ido 26. Bateman, Dr., his assertion concern

ing the plague, '36. 26. Bath, population of (1821), '29. 81;

population and representation of, '33. 71 ; Hospital Act, '31. 211; Mechauics' Institute at, account of, '40.242.

Abbey Church, partial restoration of, and works at, account of, '35. 230, 231; further account and two views of; and corrections of former account of, *37. 229-231; Savings Bank at, account and view of, '42. 230232.

Adelard of, '37. 22; his works, id. 23.

and Wells, Diocese of, number of Sunday schools in the, iu 1826, 29. 95; number of parisbes, benefices, and churches

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