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83; engineer of the Manchester 29. 110; number of, in London

and Leeds Railway, '42. 58. and in Strasburg, '35. 36.
Stephens, Mr. Robert, engineer of Stills, illegal (Ireland), '32. 160.

the Great North of England Rail Stings, of bees, wasps, and other in-
way, '42. 71.

sects, remedies against, -28. 123.
Stepingley Inclosure and Tithe Act, Stirling, Capt., lieutenant-govemor
'37. 217.

of Swan River, '30. 239.
Stepney, population, &c., of, '28.

jug, abolished, '28. 100.
86, 87; Cemetery Act, '42. 193.

steam-packet, wrecked, '29.
Stère (French), its value, '30. 113, 233.
116.

city of, population of (1821),
Sternberg, Graf von, dies, '40. 140. '29. 83; population and repre-
Sterne, Lawrence, '31. 74; '32. 61. sentation of, '33. 87 ; earthquake
Stesichorus, '28. 31; 31. 64 ; '32. felt at, '42. 240; William IV.'s
48.

bridge over the Forth at, described,
Stethoscope, use of the, '35. 35. '31. 233; diagram of, id. 231;
Stettin, peace of, '31. 46; quantity Road Act,'35. 221.

of corn which could be imported Stirlingshire, population of, and of
from, if a fixed duty were impused, the principal towns of, in 1811,
*42. 82; other facts relating to a 1821, and 1831, value of real
supply of corn from, id. 83, 85, property in, and its representa-
86.

tion, '33. 87; summary of same,
Stevens, Mr., arcbitect of Trinity in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing

Church, Nottingham, '42. 216. the sexes, id. 89; the same, in
Stevenson, Sir James, dies, '34. 1841, '42. 108; population of, in
247.

1801,1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841,
Mr. Robert, engineer of and increase per cent., id. 110;
the Ayr Harbour Pier, *32. 234 ; electors, number of, in, in 1836,
engineer and architect of the Hut '37. 183; houses, number of, in-
cheson bridge, Glasgow, '34. 230 ; habited, uninhabited, and build-
designer and engineer of William ing, in 1811, '42. 108; occupa-

IV.'s bridge, at Stirling, id. 233. tions of persons in (1831), '35.
Stevenston, population of, '33. 82. 103; turnpike trusts, their extent
Stevinus, *31. 73 ; *32. 72; work and income in (1834), id. 193;

on statics, -29. 62; La Disme, turnpike gates in, rents of, in
decimal fractions, id. 56.

1833, 1831, and 1835, '37. 178;
Stewards of the Feast of the Sons of Roads Act, '39. 213.
the Clergy,'30. 146.

Stiver, value of, '28. 165.
Stewart and his wife, executed at Stobæus, '31. 65; '32. 50.
Glasgow, for poisoning, '30. 263. Stock, average rate at which it was

Dugald, '32. 62; death of, created, from 1793 to 1814, '32.
29. 240.

87+; dividends on several kinds
E., chairman of the Central of, when payable, id. 99; conver.
Board of Health, his circular to sion of, saving by, 1822, 1826,
the other Boards of Health, on 1830, and 1834, '36. 150; 3 per
cholera morbus, November 1831, cent.consols, when they originated,
'32. 22-24.

'32. 84; notice of 4 per cents. to
Steyermarck, increase of inhabitants be changed to 37 per cents., '31.
in, '29. 77.

235.
Steynton, population of, '33. 81.

powers of attorney for transfer
Stieglitz, Dr. C. L., dies, '37. 110. of forgery of, puuishable with
Stiernjelm, '31.73; '32. 74.

death, '33. 169; law relating to
Stilico, '28. 55.

same altered, '38. 158.
Stillborn children, number of, with Exchange fund, '30. 148.

in the Bills of Mortality, in 1827, gilliflower, the, 28. 34.

Stock in trade Rating Bill brought

in, '41. 212; Rating Exemption

Act (3 and 4 Vict. c. 89), id. 165.
Stockdale, Mr., committed by the

House of Commons, '41. 200;
seut to Newgate, id. 202.

v. Hansard, cause of, tried,
*38. 244; action first mentioned,
id. 198, 199, debate in the Com-
mons on Lord Denman's expres-
sion against privilege, id. 201 ;
privilege, debate and resolution

on, '40. 205.
Stockholm, consul at, his salary

(1828), '31. 180; peace of, u.
50; riots at, '40. 252; treaty of,
'31. 50, 58; quantity of corn
which could be imported from,
if a fixed duty were imposed, '42.
82 ; other facts relating to a supply

of corn from, id. ib. 84, 86.
Stockport, population of (1821),

'29. 82; population of, '33. 59;
difference of time between, and
London, '31. 14; free grammar
school, description of, '33. 219;
new infirmary, progress and de.
scription of, id. ib. ; Improvement

Act, '38. 209.
Stocks, various alterations in, '32.

88, 89; see also STOCK.
Stockton-on-Tees, population of,

(1821), 29. 82; population of,
'33. 62; coals, quantity of, im-
ported into London from, in 1833,
'35. 186 ; sent from, in 1837, '39.
192; quantity sent from, to Lon-
don, and number of ships em-
ployed in same, in 1836, 1837,
and 1838, '40. 193; coals shipped
from, in 1839, '41. 193.

port of, customs duty
collected at, in 1834, :36. 157;
the same in the years ending 5th
January, 1835 and 1836, 37.
161; the same for year ending
5th January, 1837, '38. 175; 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;
during 1810, 42. 164.

and Darlington Railway
Bill, '29. 182; railway, account
of, '37. 89-91 ; '41. 64.

Stockton and Hartlepool Railway,

account of, '41. 92, 93; further

particulars relating to, '42. 70.
Stockwell Proprietary Grammar

School, account, elevation, iute-
rior, and ground plan of, '35.

238-241.
Stoke Bridge Act, '35. 219.

Bruern Inclosure Act, '41.
215.

Ferry, &c., Drainage Act, '35.
218.

Melis, '31. 69; '32. 72.

Newington, St. Mary, rental
of the parish of (1829), '29. 85.

Prior Enfranchisement Act,
'37. 225.

upon-Trent, population and
representation of, '33. 72; strike
at, for wages, and proceedings of
the Guardians of the Poor, '38.

99, 100.
Stokeford Bridge Act, '42. 196.
Stolen goods, power to search for

(1829), '30. 136, 137 ; constables
authorized to search for, '40. 155;
restoring of, on the conviction of
felon, '28. 139; delivery up of,
'40. 160; receiving, punishment

for, '28. 138, 139.
Stone, Stafford, and Penkridge

Roads Trust, tolls collected on, in
1834 and 1839, '42. 119.

deaths from, within the Bills
of Mortality, in 1827, '29. 110;
treatment of the disease, '35. 35,
36; Mrs. Stevens's remedy for,
id. 35.

declared weight of (4 and 5
W. IV. c. 49), '35. 146, 147 ; (5

and 6 W. IV. c. 63), '36, 129.
Stoues, duty on, 1829, '30. 202;
duty on (1832), *33. 193.

bottles, amount produced by
duty ou, in 1827, -29. 187; quan-
tity of, charged with duty in
England and Scotland, in the
years ending 5th April, 1831 and
1832, '33. 181; quantity of,
charged with duty, and annount
of duty on, in 1833, '35. 183;
in 1834, '36. 160.
curlew, the, '28. 33.

pine, *29. 66.
Stonebridge and Dunchurch Roads

Trust, tolls collected on, in 1831

and 1839, '42. 119.
Stonehouse Mill Bridge Act, '31.

211.
Stonyhurst, St. Peter's Catholic

Church at, account of, '37. 232.
Stoneykirk, population of, '33. 88.
Storm at Dublin, '30. 264.

at Liverpool, '33. 232.
Stornoway, population of, '33. 87.
Stopford, Admiral Sir Robert, pro-

ceeds to Naples, ou sulphur mono.
poly question, '40. 234; his pro.
ceedings relative to Mehemet
Ali, '42. 234; thanks voted to in
parliament, id. 173, 174 ; pre-
sented with the freedom of Lon.

dou, id. 213.
Stoppage in the stomacb, deaths

from, within the Bills of Morta-

lity, in 1827, '29. 110.
Storax, gum, '29. 67.
Storer, H., dies, '38. 128.
Storey, Mr., engineer of the Great

North of England Railway, '42.

71.
Stotfield Point New Harbour Act,

35. 224.
Stothard, Mr., dies, '35. 258.
Stottingway Inclosure Act, '35. 217.
Stourbridge, population of (1821),

'29. 82; population of, '33. 76.
Stourbridge Navigation Canal Act,

38. 212.
Stow-cum-quay Inclosure Act, '40.

211.
Stowe, John, '31. 72 ; '32. 59.
Stowell, Lord, dies, '37. 252.
Strabane, population of, in 1821 and

1631, *31. 92.
Strabo, '31. 65; '32. 49.

Walafrid, '32. 63.
Strada, F. '31. 72; 32. 56.
Stramonium. poisonous properties of,

and remedies against, '28. 121.
Strand improvements, '30. 238;

same completed, '34. 210.
Stranger's Friend Society, '30. 145.
Strangford, Viscount, his mission to

Rio Janeiro, '29. 245.
Strangling, deaths by, within the

Bills of Mortality, in 1827, 29.

110.
Stranraer, population of, '33. 88.
Strasbourgh, taken by Louis XIV.,

*28. 60; insurrection at (Louis

Napoleon Bonaparte), '37. 257.
Stratford (Essex), church building

at '35. 227; Öld, improvements
at (1831), '32. 234.

upon-Avou, population of,
'33. 75.

and Moreton Railway, ac.
count of, '37. 89; '41. 64.
Strathbogie ministers, deposed, '42.

239; see also SCOTLAND, CHURCH

OF.
Strato, '28. 52.
Stratus, '30. 81.
Straube, Adolph, dies, '40. 141.
Straw for platting, duty on (1882),

33. 193.
Strawberry, the, '28. 37; tree, *29.

43; the barren, id. 28.
Streatham, population of, '33. 74.
Streatham Church, account of de-

sign for, '41. 229; site granted
for, id. ib. ; progress of, '42. 206;
account and view of, il. 207,
208; old church, destroyed by

fire, id. 234.
Streatley Bridge Act, '38. 210.
Street architecture, remarks on, and

on the improvement of, in London,
'37. 239, 240; further remarks
on, and instances of improvement
in, in the city of London, 38.
231-233; further remarks on,
and instances of improvement in,
'39. 231, 232; remarks upon two
specimens of, '41. 247, 248.

- improvements, London (1829),
30. 238; 1831, 32. 217, 218;
1632, '33. 213; of 1833, 34.
208–213; of 1834, '35. 234-
237; further improvements, pro-

posed lines of, '40. 223, 224.
Streetham Inclosure and Tithe Act,

36. 206.
Streets, law relating to (1829), '30.

138; see also, New Police Act,

'40. 153.
Stretford, church at, intended, '42.

206.
Stretton-upon- Dunsmore Church

Act, '34. 205.
Strickland, Roger, &c., Inclosure

Act, '39. 210.
Strikes of workmen at various places :

at Leeds, '35. 256 ; at the gas

works of London, '35. 255, 256 ;
of the masons at the Houses of
Parliament, '42. 242, 243; at the
Nelson Monument, &c. &c., id.
243; of operative builders in
London, '35. 260; of shoemakers
at Derby, id. 259; of journeymen
tailors, id. 258 ; for wages at
Lyons, id. 255; and attempts at

riot in Paris, '41.235.
Strojev, S. M., dies, '41. 138.
Strong-scented lettuce, poisonous
properties of, and

remedies
against, 28. 121.
Stroud, population of (1821), '29.

82; population and representation
of, *33. 62; Workhouse, &c. Act,

'41. 219.
Struensee, killed, '28. 62.
Struthiola ovata, '31. 43; virgata,

id. ib.
Strutt, Joseph, '31. 76 ; '32. 62.

Mr. Joseph, his gift of the
Arboretum, at Derby, '41. 251.
Struve, B. G., '31. 74; '32. 65.
Stryjkowsk, '31.71 ; '32. 75.
Strype, Jobn, '31. 74; '32. 61.
Stuart, General, defeats Tippoo near

Seedasere, '32. 40; is arrested and

sent to England, id. 36.
Stuartia Malachodendron, '29. 67.
Stuarts, on the throne of Scotland,

'28. 58; kings of England, id. 60.
Stud at Hampton Court sold, '38.

248.
Stump Cross Roads Maintenance

Act, '42. 195.
Sturla Thorisden, '31. 69; '32. 74.
Sturleson, Suov., '32. 74.
Sturmius, J. C., '31. 75; '32. 74.
Styl, Simon, '31. 77 ; '32. 73.
Style, alteration of, in 1752, '28. 3.

Old, to turn it to the New for
any given year, '30. 11.
Stylidium fruticosum, 31. 43 ;

graminifolium, id. ib.; tenniso-

lium, id. ib.
Styphelia tubiflora, '31. 43.

leaved melaleuca, '31. 41.
Styrax officinale, '29. 67.

leaved Podalyria, '31. 42.
Styria, its extent and population

(1831), '33. 53.
Sub-letting in Ireland, origin of,

'31. 108; Act Amendment (Ire-

land), (2 W. IV. c. 17), '33. 126,

127.
“ Sublime," on the, '32. 49.
Subsistrate of bismuth, poisonous

properties of, and remedies against,

28. 117.
Subpæna Office, patentee of the,

abolished, '34. 175.
Subsequent offence, imprisonment or

transportation for, when to com-

mence, '28. 130.
Subsidy treaty, '31. 31.
Subscription clubs in London (1829),

'30. 160.
Subtraction, definition and sign of,

'28. 105.
“Sub-ways," Mr. Williams's work

on, referred to, '29. 181.
Succades, foreign, duty on (1836),

'37. 128.
Succession, War of the, '28. 61.
Succinum, duty on (1832), '33.

193.
Sucking, necessary to new-born in-

fants, '29. 117.
Suckling, Sir J., '32. 60.
Sudbury, population and repre-

sentation of, '33. 73; spackage
and commonage release Act, '39.

215.
Sudden deaths, within the Bills of

Mortality, in 1827, 29. 110.
Sudder Dewanny Adawlut Courts,

appeals from, to the Privy Coun-
cil (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 41), '34.

124.
Sudebnek, 31. 71 ; '32. 76.
Sudetes, the, and their several

heights, '33. 42, 43; alphabetical

index to same, &c., id. 49–53.
Sudi, the latter half of the Indian

month, '30. 24.
Sueno, '32. 74.
Suerren, or Suerres, '31.69; '32. 74.
Suetonius, '28. 54; '31.65 ; '32. 53.
Suevi, the, overthrown by Leovigild,

'28. 56.
“Sufficient Reason," astronomy, '29.

68.
Suffield, Lord, dies, '36. 247.
Suffocation, deaths from, within the

Bills of Mortality, in 1827, '29.
110.

by gas, treatment of
personis suffering, '29. 125.

Suffolk, extent and population of,

and number of sessions, magis-
trates, and parishes in, '28. 78;
population of, and of the prive
cipal towns of, in 1811, 1821,
and 1831, value of real property
in, and its representation, '33. 73;
summary of same, in 1821 and
1831, distinguishing the sexes, id.
88; the same, in 1841, '42. 107;
population of, in 1801, 1811,
1821, 1831, and 1841, and in-
crease per cent., id. 109; extent
of, in acres, '34. 84; difference
of time between the principal
towns of, and London, '31. 20;
bastards, number of, born in, in
1830, '34. 88; number of, in
1835 and 1837, 38. 192; charity
property, income of, in (1834),
35. 191; rental of charities, and
income of schools in, '36. 175;
education, proportion per cent.
of persons married in the year
ended June 1840, who could
write, '42. 171; electors, county,
number of, in, in 1834 and 1835,
'37. 182; excise licences issued,
and public houses in, number of
(1831), '32. 185; families, num-
ber of, in, and how occupied,
in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '31.
86, 87; houses, number of, in,
in 1801, 1811, 1821, and 1831,
id. 84, 85; number of, inhabited,
uninhabited, and building, in
1841, '42. 107; jurors in, in 1835,
37. 175; lunatics, &c., pauper,
proportion of, to population, in
1837, '38. 193; marriages, build-
ings registered for solemnization
of (1810), '41. 199; proportion
of persons married under the
age of twenty-one years in the
year ended June 1840, '42.
171 ; occupations of persons in
(1831), '35. 86 ; offenders in,
and proportion of, to population
(1837), '39. 90; Rates, amount
of

poor and county rates levied
in, in 1826, '29. 197; the same
for 1827, and account of its ex-
penditure, id. 198; amount of
poor rate levied in, from March
1827 to March 1828, and expend.

iture of same,'30.216; from March
1828 to March 1829, '31. 195;
for year ending 25th March, 1830,
'32. 184; for the year ending 25th
March, 1831, '33. 187; expended
on the poor in year ending Easter
1832,'34. 174; amount levied and
expenditure of same for year end-
ing 25th March, 1833, '35.189; in
the year ending 25th March, 1834,
'36. 174; the same in the years
ending 25th March, 1834,1836, and
1837, '38. 188; decrease of same
in 1837, compared with 1834, id.
190 ; proportion of paupers re-
lieved, to the population of, in
1839 and 1840, '42. 168; SAVINGS
Banks, friendly and charitable
societies, amount of deposits and
accounts in (1831); *32. 102;
savings bauks, deposits and de-
positors, increase of, between 1833,
and 1831, '36. 103; savings
hanks, average amounts deposited
in, and proportion of depositors
to population of (1835), *37. 72;
state of, on 20th November, 1837,
"39. 134; savings banks, friendly
societies, and charitable institu.
tions, number of, and of depo-
sitors, and amount of deposits in,
in November 1836, '38. 193; on
20th November, 1838, '40. 189;
on 20th November, 1839, 41.
194; on 20th November, 1840,
'42. 166; Schools, endowed,
upendowed, and Sunday-schools
in, in 1818, 29. 91; unendowed
day-schools in, in 1818 and 1828,
id. 93 ; number of Church of Eng-
land schools in, and of scholars
in same (1832), '33. 121; Taxes,
amount of land and assessed
taxes of, in (1829), '31. 172;
house tax, inhabited houses as-
sessed to, and rental of same,
for year ending 5th April, 1830,
'32. 106, 107; TURNPIKE TRUSTS,
their extent and income in (1834),
'35. 193; trusts in, and income
and expenditure of same in 1834,
'37. 177; the same, and length of
the roads in 1839, '42. 122 ; tolls
collected on, in 1834 and 1839,
id, 118.

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