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Thanksgiving day for cessation of

the cholera, '34. 243.
Tharboures, '31. 76 ; '32. 31.
Thargelion, an Attic month, '30. 8.
Thaw, '28. 32 ; rapid, in February

1830, '31. 231; inundations in
Germany from, id. ib.; in the
month of February, 29. 30,

31.
Thea Bohea, '29. 67.
“ Theagenes and Chariclæa," '32.

50.
“ Theatre, on the," '32. 72.
Theatre, Astley's, burnt down, '42.
239.

Lyceum, fitted up for French
plays, '28. 174.
Theatres, security from fire in, '28.

182, 183; informations against
one of the minor, for infringe-
ment of patents, dismissed, '31.
236; unlicensed, may be entered,
and parties taken into custody,

40. 154.
Theatrical entertainments in Lent,

motion relating to, :40. 198,
199.

Fund Societies, '30. 147,
148.

Thebais, ** '32. 53.
Theban superiority in Greece, '28.

52.
Thebes in Bæotia, founded, '28.

50; capture of, id. ib.; destroyed,
id. 52; restored, id. ib.
Thebet, a Jewish month, '28. 14;

'30. 13.
Thellusson Estate Leasing Act, '34.

207.
Thelwall

, Mr. John, dies, '35. 255.
Theocritus, '31.64; '32. 48.
Theodorus Studites, '31. 66; '32.

50.
Theodoret, '31. 65; '32. 30.
Theodorić I., '28. 55; conquers

Italy, id. 56.
Theodosius, '31. 67; *32. 76 ; sub-

dues Britain, '28. 55.
Theodulph, '31. 67 ; '32. 66.
Theophanes, '31. 66,75 : '32. 76.
Theophrastus, '28.52; '31.64; '32.

48.
Theophylactus, '31. 66; '32. 51.

Simocatta, '32. 50.
Theopompus, '28. 52.

“Theory of Hydrodynamics," of

d'Alembert, referred to, '30. 52.
Thermidor, month of, '30. 20.
Thermometer, observations on the,

'28. 20; Rutherford's, the best,
id. ib.; observations and improve-
ments in, '29. 63; figure of, show-
ing the relative scales of Fahren-
heit, Raumer, and Centigrade,

30. 91.
Thermometers, comparative scales

of, *30. 90, 92.
Thermopylæ, battle of, '28. 51, 65.
Theseus, '28. 50.
Thespis, '28. 51.
Thessaly, irruption of the Goths into,

'28. 35.
Thetford, population and represen-

tation of, '33. 69.
“Theuerdauk," '32. 64.
Theutbode, Pierre, '31.67; '32. 66.
“Thibet and Cathay, Travels in,"

'32. 71.
Thick-leaved elæodendrum, '31. 39.
Thiers ministry, appointed in France,

'37. 253; dissolved, id. 256;
another ministry formed in France,
'41. 253; it resigus, id. 256.
Thieves, particulars relating to their

practices, '40. 112-114.
Thirsk, populatiou and representa-

tion of, '33. 77.
Thirty tyrants, 28. 51.

Years' War begins, -28. 60;
'31. 47.

nine articles, Bill for post-
poning subscription to, thrown
out, '36. 197.
Thistle, the, '28. 39.
“ Thistle and Rose,” '32. 59.
Thom riots at Boughton, heads a
riot at, '39. 250.

Mr., engineer of the Shaw's
Water Scheme, '30. 254.
Thomas à Kempis, '31. 70.

Aquinas, '32. 54.
de Rudbourne, '37.22.

Mr., his estimate of the
population of China, '29. 80.
Thomasius, C., '31. 74 ; '32. 65.
Thomastown, population of, in 1821

and 1831, '34. 90.
Thomson, James, '28. 61; '31. 74;
32. 61.

Dr., his work on Heat

32;

and Electricity, referred to, '31. “ Three bodies," problem of, Clair
30.

hault, '29. 59.
Thomson, Mr. Poulett, president of “ Three Days' Ministry" in France,

the Board of Trade, '35. 258; see dissolved, '36. 238.
also LORD SYDENHAM.

Three-flowered rafuia, '31. 43;
Thompson, Mr., architect of the leaved Bouvardia, id. 37; lobed

Derby Railway station, '41. podolobium, id. 42; thorned aca-
245.

cia, 29. 65.
Rev. Sir H., builds and half-pences, value of, coined
endows Fareham Chapel, '37.229. in 1836 and 1837, '39. 181.
Thoridsen, Sturla, '32. 74.

pences, West Indies, value of,
Thorild, '31. 77 ; '32. 75.

coined in 1836 and 1837, '39.
Thorlacksen, '31. 77; '32. 75.

181.
Thorn apple, poisonous properties of, Thriplow Inclosure Act, '41. 214.
and remedies against, '28. 121. Thrush, disease of, deaths from,

· box, 29. 65; Christ's, id. 67; within the Bills of Mortality, in
evergreen, id. 66.

1827, '29. 110.
Thornbury, population of, '33. 63.

the, '28. 31, 32, 36; *29.
Thome, population of, '33. 78.

the general period of its sing-
Thorneley colliery, explosion in, ing, '30. 39.
"42. 241.

Thucydides, "28. 51; '31. 64; *32.
Thornton, population of, '33. 78. 48; “ Translation of," id. 52.

Dr. R. J., dies, '38. 128. Thuja Occidentalis,'29. 67; Orien-
Thoruy Bursaria, '31. 37.

talis, id. ib.
Thorogood, Mr. John, his case men. Thunder, cause of its loudness, &c.,

tioned in the Commons, '40. 208; '39. 21 ; ascending, described, id.
motion for the discharge of, '41.

22.
211.

“Thunder in the air," popular notion
Thoroughfares in the metropolis, of the effects of, '39. 18.

Act for making additional (2 and Thunder-clouds, balls of fire emitted
3 Vict. c. 80), '40. 162; further by, instances of, '39. 22.
Act (3 and 4 Vict. c. 87), '41.

storm in London, '42. 234.

Thura, Albert, '31. 75; '32. 75.
Thorpe, Mr. B., pensioned, '37.252. Thurgoland, church at, intended,
Thorwald, '31. 67 ; '32. 74.

'42. 206.
Tboth, a Coptic month, '30. 16. Thuringia League, population and
Thou, J. A. de, '32. 67.

territories belonging to the, com-
Thoughts and Details on Scarcity," prised in the Prussian Commercial

by Burke, referred to, '39. 62. League, '42. 114.
Thrasymene, battle at, '28. 52. Thurles, population of, in 1821 and
Thread, tapes, &c., exports of, quan-

1831, '34. 91.
tities and declared value of, in Thuringerwald mountains, and their
1838, '40. 180; the same in 1839, several heights, '33. 43; alpha-
41. 187.

betical index to same, &c. id.
Threadneedle-street, new building 49–53.

in, account of, '42. 220, 221; Thurlow, Rev. Thomas, compensa-
Roman pavement found in, id. tion to, '32. 165.
204.

Thurso, population of, '33. 83.
Three

per cent. annuities, when they Thybault, John, his almanac re-
originated, '32. 84 ; stock, average ferred to, '40. 26.
price of, from 1815 to 1834, '35. Tiberius, '28. 54.
169; cousols, average price of, in Tibet, extent and population of, in
February and August in each 1828, '28. 72.
year, from 1820 to 1836, '37. Tibullus, '28. 54; *31. 65 ; '32. 52.
158.

Ticinus, battle of, '28. 52.

165.

the upper,

Tide, professor Leslie's definition of | Tides, works on, referred to, '30.51.

the word, '28.417; lunar, id. 43; Tie, definition and sigui of, *28. 106.
motion of the, ich 44, 45.

Tiedge, C. A., dies, '12. 124.
Tides, neap, '28. 44; seasonal varia Tielmans, M., banished from the

tions of the, id. ib.; set of the, id. Netherlands, '31. 236.
45 ; spring, id. 43;

id. Tierney, Mr., Master of the Miut,
ib. ; the under, id. ib.; mills turned '28. 69; he dies, '31. 234.
by, at Venice, "29. 61; Pytheas Tight-lacing, injurious effects of,
of Marseilles, id. 68; disserta. 29. 121, 122.
tion on the, '30. 4967; disserta Tigo-gin (Japan), its value (1829),
tion on the, by Mr. J. W. Lub 30. 105; half ditto ditto, id. ib. ;
bock, '35. 18—26; papers on the, fourth ditto ditto, id. ib.; eighth
by Mr. J. W. Lubbock, '37. 5, ditto ditto, id. ib.
20; 38. 5-11; remarks on the, Tigre, kingdom of, extent, popula.
28. 41-46 ; causes and general tion, capital, religion, and army
appearances of, id. 41; irregulari of, in 1828, 29. 74, 75.
ties of the, id. 44, 45; influence “Tigris," slave-ship, seizure of, '42.
of the wind on, in the Thames, 236.
'35. 24; in the atmosphere, in Tiles, duty on (1829), '30. 202, 203;
sensible, id. 25.

Duties Repeal Act (3 W. IV. c.
tables of, '30. 66, 67; tables 11), '34. 107; quantity of, charged
for the calculation of, '32. 13— with duty in Englaud and Scot-
15; table of the mean interval land, in the years ending 5th
between the time of the moon's April, 1831 and 1832, '33. 180;
transit over the meridian, and the number of, made in Great Bri-
time of high water at the London tain in 1832, and amount of duty
Docks, id. 14; table of the differ on same, '34. 164; bricks and
ence in the interval between the slates, amount of duty on, in
time of the moon's transit and the 1830, 1831, and 1832, id. ib.
time of high water, and the mean Tilia Americana, 29. 67; Tille-
interval in different months of the mont, '31. 73 ; *32. 68.
year, id. ib. ; table of the difference Tillotsoni, '31. 72 ; *32. 60.
in the interval between the time Tilsit, battle of, '28. 63; peace of,
of the moon's transit and the time id. ib.; '31. 56.
of high water, and the mean in Tilt-boats to Gravesend, '38. 110.
terval, for every minute of the Timarchus, stars, equator, '29. 58.
moon's horizontal parallax, id. ib. ; Timber, duty ou (1829), '30. 200;
table of, in the same, for every amount of duty on, in 1830,
three degrees of the moon's decli 1831, and 1832. '34. 164; duty
nation, id. ib.; table of mean height on (1840), '41. 192; Duties Act
of high water at the London (3 and 4 Vict. c. 19), '41. 146 ;
Docks, for every hour of the additional duty upon, under 3
moon's transit over the meridian, and 4 Victoria, c. 19, id. 192 ;
id. 15; table of the difference be produce of additional duties on
tween the height of high water (1840 and 1811), '42. 153.
and the mean height, in different

price of, from 1813 to
months of the year, id. ib.; the 1831, '34. 182; price of, in Lon-
same for every minute of the don, in 1834, :36. 178.
moon's horizontal parallax, id. ib.;

imports, value of, imported,
the same for every three degrees in 1827, 28. 167; number of
of the moon's declination, id. ib. ; loads imported from British North
tables to be used in predicting America and the Baltic, from
high water in ports of the United 1820 to 1827, '29. 191; and
Kingdom, '35. 20, 21; the same wood, quantity of, imported into
at the London Docks, id. 21, 22. . Great Britain and Ireland, in

1828 and 1329, '31. 185 ; vari- | Timoleon, '28. 52.
ous, import and home consump Timor, island of (Portuguese), ex.
tion of, in 1828, id. 175; in tent, population, capital, and re-
1830, '32. 179; 33. 178; in ligions, in 1828, '29. 74, 75.
1831, '34. 156, 157; quantity Timothy grass, '30. 40.
imported from north of Europe, Timour, the Mogul conqueror, '28.
through ports of North America,

58.
from 5th January, 1831, to 5th

“ History of,” '32. 63.
February, 1834, '35. 179; fo-

“ Life of,” '32. 79.
reign, home consumption of, in Tin, duty on (1829), '30. 202; un.
1836, '38. 180; imports of, value wrought, and wares, value of,
of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 163; exported, in 1827, '28. 167 ; un-
import and home consumption wrought, and tin and pewter
of, and duty on, in 1837, '39. wares, quantity, and declared
186; the same, in 1838, '40. value of exports of, in 1828, '31.
178; the same, in 1839, '41. 177; in 1830, '33. 179; in 1831,
185; the same, in 1840, '42. 158, '34. 158; in 1833 and 1834, '36.
159.

156; value of exports of, in 1833
Timber trees, list of, with the dates and 1834, id. 157; British, ex-
of their introduction into Europe,

port of, in 1836, '38. 178.
29. 64-67.

tin wares, and plates, exports
Timberland Fen and Dales Drain of, value of, in 1834 and 1835,
age Act, '40, 212.

'37. 162; the same, in 1835, 1836,
Time, mode of finding by the stars, and 1837, '39. 183; the same, in

&c., *28. 93; divisions of, very 1838, '40. 180; the same, in
necessary to society, '30. 6; mea 1839, 41. 187; the same, in
surement of, ancient modes of, 1840, '42. 162; import, export,
'31. 5; various modes of reckon and home consumption of, in
ing, '28. 48; mode of computing 1828, '31. 175; import and ex-
amongst various nations, '30. 6; port of, in 1829, id. 190; in
mode of division of, among the 1830, '32. 183; '33. 178; im.
Hindoos, '31. 10, 11, among the port, export, and home consump-
Mahometans, id. 9.

tion of (1830), '32. 179; quantity
of the day, how computed by imported and exported, in 1831,
the Italians, '31. 6,7.

'33. 186 ; '34. 157 ; in 1832, id.
table, showing the hour of 169; in 1835, '37. 168; foreign,
mid-day according to the Italian import and export of, in 1836,
mode of reckoning, for six differ '38. 178; in 1840, '42. 164; tin,
ent cities, 31. 8.

import and home consumption of,
difference of, between dif. and duty on, in 1837, '39. 185;
ferent places, '28. 93; difference the same, in 1838, '40. 177; the
of, between London and the prin same, in 1839, '41. 184; the
cipal towns of the United King same, in 1810, '42. 167.
dom, '31. 13-23.

Tincal, or borax, duty on (1832),
“ Iinmemorial,” rule of law 33. 190.
relating to, altered, '33. 156. Tindal, Sir N., Chief Justice of the
“ Time-keeper,'' used, '29. 62; the Common Pleas, '30. 262.

name formerly given to chrono Tiug, one of the Chinese celestial
meters, '42. 28.

signs, '30. 27.
“ Times

newspaper, its publica bae-heen, city of, captured,
tion of the Earl of Durbani's re '42.233.
port, '40. 197; motion against, by Tinney, Mr., appointed a real pro-
Mr. Roebuck, '42. 186; action perty commissioner, 29. 239.
against, by Mr. Bogle, id. 241. Tinsley Road Act, '42. 196.
Timkowski, '31. 79.

Tipperary, population of, in 1821

and 1831, '34.91 ; electors, num.

ber of, in, in 1834, '37. 182.
Tipperary, Waterford, and Clon-

mell, population of (1821), '29.
83.

&c., Road Act, '34.
205.
Tippoo Saib, defeats Colonel Braith-

waite, '32. 35 ; establishes himself
on the throne of Mysore, id. 36 ;
his military operations, id. 38 ;
takes Bednore, and violates the
capitulation, id. 37; gives up
two of his sous as hostages, id. 39;
they are restored, id. ib.; he is
overcome, '28. 63; and killed,
'32. 40.

bis son visits London,
'36. 245.
Tipton (Staffordshire), church in-

tended at, '37. 229; '38. 219.
Tipulidæ, '29. 29.
Tir, a Persian month, '30. 19.
Tiraboschi, '31. 76; '32. 57.
Tisbury Inclosure and Parish Di.

vision Act, '35. 218.
Tishri, or September 9th, the com-

mencement of the Jewish year,

'28. 14.
Tishrin, a Syrian month, '30. 17.
Tisri, a Jewish month, '30 13.
“ Tissick," entry in old Bills of

Mortality, '35. 30.
Tissue, Foulards, see Silk MANU-

more easy recovery of (5 and 6
W. IV. c. 74), “36. 132; turuips
Bevered, if consumed on the land,
liable to (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 74),
ich ib. ; Commutation Act for
Eugland and Wales (6 and 7 W.
IV. c. 71), '37. 131-133 ; same
Act amended (7 W. IV'. and I
Vict. c. 69), '38. 151–153; Act
explaining and further amending
same (2 and 3 Vict. c. 62), '40.
158, 159 ; Act further explaining
and amending same (3 Vict. c.
15), '41. 141-145.
Tithe Acts, see Private Bilis; and
see below, Tithes, IRELAND.

various matters relating to :
tithe commissioners, remunera-
tion to, in 1833, '35. 167; affray
at Dunkerrin, '37. 257; affrays in
Ireland, id. 252; arrears of, in
Ireland, grants for, '41. 198;
committee on (Ireland),'33. 195;
Irish, resolutions conceruing, id.
199, 200.

Ireland Acts, viz. : Tithe
Owners (Ireland), Relief Fund,
how distributed, 1821, 1822, and
1823, '35. 195; Recovery of
(Ireland), Act for, and for relief
of Clergy of the Established
Church (2W.IV.c.41), '33. 133 ;
Compositions (Ireland), Act (2
and 3 W. 11. c. 119), id. 165 ;
Act to abolish compositions for,
and to substitute rent charges in
lieu thereof (1 and 2 Vict. c.
109), '39. 164–167; Act for
payment of arrears of (2 Vict. c.
3), .40. 142, 143; Act amending
the former (3 l'ict. c. 13), '41.
110,111; Arrears of Composition
Recovery Act (4 Vict. c. 5), '42.

125.
Tiths, the thirty parts of a lunation

in India, '30. 24.
Title, stealing evidences of, puuish-

ment for, "28. 131 ; law relating
to same altered (i Vict. c. 90),

'38. 162.
Titmouse, long-tailed, '29. 35.
Titus, '28. 54.
Tiverton, population of (1821), '29.

82; population and representation
of, '33. 61.

FACTURES,

Titchfield, population of, '33. 63.
Tite, Mr. W., architect of the Nor-

wood Cemetery Chapel, '39.230;
architect of the Blackwall Rail.
way Terminus, '41. 243; of the
railway terminus at Southamp-
ton, id. ib.; designer of the New
Royal Exchange, id. 228.

and Cockerell, Messrs., archi-
tects of the London and West-

minster Bank, '39. 236.
Tithes, Bills for composition of, in-

troduced by Archbishop of Can-
terbury, '31. 204 ; '32. 192 ; Stay
of Suits Bill lost, '34. 200 ; Com-
mutation Bill, introduced, '37.
187.

Acts, viz. : Act for amend.
ing 2 and 3 W. IV. (4 and 5 W.
IV. c. 83), '35. 158; Act for the

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