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Trebizond, Geo. of, '31. 68; '32.

51.
Tredegar, church at, determined on,
'35. 227.

church building at, '37.
229; completed, '38. 218.
Tredianofski, '31. 77; '32. 76.
Tredington Parish Separation Act,

'34. 201, 205.
Tree, clethra, '31. 38; fuchsia, id.

39; lupine, 29.65 ; pink, '31. 38.
Trees, table shewing when they

usually leaf in England, '30. 39 ;
eflects of wind upon, id. 36; co-
lour of, in autumn, '29. 40, 41;
change of their structure in dif.
ferent soils, '30. 40; stealing or
damaging, punishment for (1828),
28. 136.

- and shrubs, list of those which
are valuable as timber, as orna.
ments, as yielding fruits, &c. &c.,
or in medicine, with the dates of
their introduction into England,

'29. 61-67.
Trefoil, shrubby, '29. 66.
Tremoutha Haven, Harbour, and
Breakwater Act, '37. 224.

and Launceston Railway
Act, '37. 224.
Tremulous heath, '31. 39.
Trench, Rev. N., builds St. John's
Church, Reading, '39. 221.

Sir Frederick, his pro-
posed viaduct and railway from
Whitehall to Southwark Bridge,

'42, 205, 206.
Trent, Council of, '28. 59.

History of the Councils of,"
'32. 56.

and Mersey Navigation Con-
solidation Act, '32. 216.
Trentham Hall, improvements at,

account of, '37. 217–250.
Trespassers in search of game, pe-

nalty on, '32. 155.
Trevethon, population of, '33. 69.
Treviso, Duc de, dies, '36. 108.
Trevithick, steam-engine, *29. 63 ;

his invention of a steam-carriage,

37. 82.
Trial, may be had of felon in part of

the kingdom where he has stolen
property in his possession, '28.
142.

Trial by jury, in Scotland, Act to

explain and amend two Acts re-
lating to (7 W. IV, and I Vict.
c. 14), '38. 130.

of offences, in Ireland, Act for
more impartial, in certain cases

(3 and 4 W.IV. c. 79), '34. 139.
Trials, par contumace, in France,

'35. 42.
Triangular-leaved platylobium, '31.

42.
Tribonianus, '31. 66; '32. 50.
“ Tribune" newspaper, editor of the,

fined and imprisoned, '35. 256;

again, '36. 239.
Tribunes, at Rome, '28. 51.
Tribute from the Greeks to the

Porte, proposed, '28. 67.
Tridi, a French revolutionary day,

'30. 20.
Trieste, consul at, bis salary (1828),

'31. 181 ; hops, quantity of, ex-
ported to, and amount of duty on,

in 1833, '35. 185.
Trifid-leaved leucospermum, '31.

41.
Trigonometry, Geber ben Alpha,

"29. 60.
Trim, population of, in 1821 and

1831, '34. 90.
Trincomalee, taken, '32.35; retaken

by the French, id. 36; restored to

the Dutch, id. 37.
Tring, population of, '33. 64.
Trinidad, taken by the English, '28.

62; date of capitulation of, how
governed, population, imports, and
exports, and tonnage inwards and
outward (1831), '32. 104, 105;
education, state of, and amount
of population in, '34. 181; num-
ber of slaves in, in 1825, 29.
199; registered number of, in
1816 and 1828, '34. 180 ; num.
ber of, in, appraised value of sales
of, from 1922 to 1830, and amount
and rate of compensation for, '39.
195 ; planters, meeting of, to op-
pose orders in council, '33. 228 ;
Emancipation Act, working of, in
(1831), '36, 78, 79; quantity of
rum imported from, in 1829, '31.
186 ; in 1831, '33. 183; sugar,
quantity imported from, in 1834,
'36. 170; value of imports and ex•

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ports into and from, in 1833, '37.

165.
Trinity Sunday, '28. 8, 12.

Chapel, Poplar, . account
and views of, '42. 212 213.

Church, West Harding-
street, first stone of, laid, '38.
220 ; completed, and observa-
tions on, '39. 222.

Church (Nottingham), ac-
count of, '42. 216.

House, Prince Albert elected
an elder brother of the, '42. 236.

(North Leith), Harbour, &c.
Act, '38. 213.
Triple Alliance, '31. 48; of the

Hague, id. 50.
Tripoli, state of, its extent, popula-

tion, bey, capital, religion, re-
venue, army, and navy, in 1828,
29. 74, 75; attack on, id. 242,
243; number of Jews in (1829)
'30. 100 ; consul-general and
vice-consulat, their salaries
(1828), '31. 183.

trade with : cotton goods,
British, quantity and value of
exports to, in 1833 and 1834,
'36. 169; in 1838, 40. 182 ;
value of exports to, in 1828, '31.
177.
Barbary, and

Morocco,
value of exports of British pro-
duce, &c. to, in 1830, '33. 180;
in 1831, '34. 158; value of ex-
ports to, in 1827, 1830, 1833,
1834, and 1835, '37. 160; in
1836, '38. 173 ; in 1836 and
1837, 39. 190 ; in 1838, 40.
181; in 1839, '41. 188; in 1840,
42. 163; value of imports from,
and of exports of home produce,
&c., and foreign and colonial
merchandize to, in 1831, '34.

160.
Tripolizza, destroyed, '29. 235.
Trissino, '31. 70; '32. 55.
Trinthia conferta, '31. 43; laurina,

id. ib. ; nereifolia, id. ib.
“ Tristram Shandy," "32. 61.
Trithemius, John, '31. 70; '32. 64.
Triumvirate, first, *28. 53 ; second,

in Rome, id. ib.
Trivet, Nicholas, '37. 22.
Triveth, Nicholas, '31. 68; '32. 58.

Trocadero, battle of the, '28. 65.
“ Trojan War,” '32. 58.
Trömlitz, dies, '40. 141.
Trou, pound of the, '28. 98.
Troon Harbour, railway to, opened,

42. 62.
Trooper : Fund Dissolution Act, '34.

204.
Tropical trees, glutinous juices of,

'29. 43.
Tropics, the, what they are, '42. 21.
Troppau, Congress of, '31. 60.
Troqueer, population of, '33. 85.
Trotman, Mr. E., architect of the

new church at Tewkesbury, '37.

232.
Troubadour, the first, '32. 66.
“ Troubadour, Last," '32. 67.
Trowbridge, population of (1821),

'29. 82; population of, '33. 75 ;
church intended at, '37. 229;
building, '38. 218; account of,

39. 221.
Troy, destroyed, '28. 50.

pound (Dutch), '28. 98 ;
(Scotch), id. ib.

weight, '28. 101 ; '29. 114;
allowed to be used in certain
cases (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 49),
'35. 115; what articles only may
be sold by (4 and 5 W. IV. c.
49), id. 147 (5 and 6 W. IV.

c. 63), '36. 129.
Troyes, treaty of, '31. 44.
Trubshaw, Mr. J., engineer of the

Willington and Repton new

bridge, '40. 249.
Truck system, opposed by Mr. Lit.

tleton, '31.201 ; debate on, id. ib.;
Mr. Littleton's Bill to abolish, '32.
189; Bill against, id. 192; the
system prohibited (1 and 2 w.

IV. c. 37), id. 157-159.
“ True Sun” newspaper, prosecution

and conviction of, '35. 254.
Trueba, Don Telesforo de, y Cosio,

'36. 108.
Trumpet flower, '29. 64 ; Cape, '31.

37; large-flowered, id. ib.; honey-

suckle, '29. 65.
Truro, population and representa.

tion of, '33. 59; Improvement
Act, '36. 207; port of, customs
duties, amount of, received at, in
1840, '42. 164.

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Truss Society, City of London, 30.

111; Southwark, Surrey, id. ib.
Trust property, not liable to escheat

or forfeiture (4 W. IV. c. 23),

'35. 132.
Trustee dying without heir, Court

of Chancery may appoint a party
to convey (4 W.11.c. 23), '35.

132.
Trustees, conveyances of estates and

suuds vested in, provided for (1

W. IV. c. 60), '31. 153.
Tryphiodorus, '31. 65; *32. 50.
Tschirnhausen, single lens telescope,

29. 63.
Tschudi, '31. 70; '32. 64.
Tsze, a Chinese period of the day,

31. 9.
Tuam, population of, in 1821 and
1831, '34. 92.

Archbishop of, his revenue
(1831), '34. 178.

{Catholic Cathedral), account
of. '37. 233.
Tuckett, Captain Harvey, trial of

Lörd Cardigan for shooting at,

12. 175.
Tudela, Benjamin of, *31. 68; '32.

47.
Tudors, kings of England, '28. 58.
Tuffuell, Mr., his report to the Poor

Law Commissioners referred to,

39. 131.
Tuilleries attacked, '28. 62.
Tula, fire at, '35. 259.
Tulip, the, 28. 35; wild yellow,

id. 31; tree, 29. 65.
Tullamore, King's County, popula-

tion of (1821), '29. 83; popula-
tiou of, in 1821 and 1831, '31.

90.
Tulliallan, population of, '33. 86.
Tullin, '31. 77 ; '32. 75.
“ Tumble-down Dick," meaning of

the sign, '33. 214 t.
Tumour, deaths from, within the

Bills of Mortality, in 1827, '29.

110.
Tumults in Ireland, Act mitigating

severity of the law relating to (1
and 2 W. IV. c. 44), *32. 159,

160.
Tunbridge, population of (1821),
29. 82 ; '33. 65.

Wells Improvement Act,

36. 207; Calverley, hotel at, ac.

count of, '38. 259.
Tuvis, state of, its extent, popula-

tion, bey, capital, religion, re-
venue, army, and navy, in 1828,
'29. 74, 75; number of Jews in.
(1829), '30. 100; consul-general,
and vice-consul at, their salaries
(1828), '31. 183; cotton goods,
British, quantity and value of
exports to, in 1838, 40. 182;
value of exports of British and
Irish produce, &c., to, in 1836
and 1837, 39. 190 ; in 1838, 40.
181; in 1839, 41. 188; the

same, in 1840, '42. 163.
Tumuel, under the Thames, descrip-

tion of, *28. 175-179; see fur.
ther, THAMES TUNNEL.

under the town of Liverpool,
opened, '30. 263.
Tunstall Market Act, '41. 217.
Turan Shah,'31. 69 ; '32. 79.
Turdus musicus, '29. 32; poly-

glottus, id. 38.
Turgot, '32. 69.
Turkestan, extent and population

of, in 1828, '28. 72; number of

Jews in (1829), '30. 100.
Turkey (Ottoman empire), its ex.

tent, population, sultan, capital,
religious, revenue, debt, army,
and navy, in 1828, '29. 72,
73; population and sovereign of
(1836), 36. 107.

in Europe, probable in-
crease of population in, 29. 79;
number of Jews in (1829), '30.
100.

in Asia, number of Jews
in (1829), '30. 100.

empire of, gold and silver
coins of, their names, value,
weight, alloy, and value in Eng-
lish money (1829), '30. 110;
post established in, '35. 255; am-
bassador from, arrives, id. 261;
treaty of commerce with, se-
cuted, '39. 251; treaty of com.
merce between Great Britain and,
'40. 254; the Sultan Mahmoud
II. dies, id. 259; is succeeded
by his son, id. ib.; the new sultan
issues a hatti-scherif, promising
security to life and. property, and

1

equitable adjustment of taxes,
&c., '41. 253; birth of an heir to
the throne, id. 255; British con-
sul-general, consule, and vice-
consuls to, where employed, and
experise of the consular service

(1828), '31. 182.
Turkey, trade with : coals, quantity

of, exported to, in 1833, '35. 186;
cotton goods, value of, exported
to, in 1832, id. 178; British,
quantity and value of exports
to, in 1833 and 1834, '36. 169;
in 1835, '37. 167; in 1838, '40.
182; machinery, exports to, value
of, in 1838, id. 183; quantity
of rum exported to, in 1829, '31.
186; rum, quantity of, exported
to, in 1831,'33. 183; tin, quantity
of, exported to, in 1833, '35. 180 ;
in 1835, 37. 168; wool and
woollens, British, value of, ex-
ported to, in 1832, '34. 167;
value of exports to, in 1828, '31.
177; value of exports of British
produce, &c., to, in 1830, '33.
180; in 1831, '34. 158; exports
to, value and particulars of, in
1838, 40. 183; value of, in
1827, 1830, 1833, 1834, and
1835, '37. 160; in 1836, '38.
173; in 1836 and 1837, '39.
190 ; in 1838, '40, 181; in 1839,
'41. 188; in 1840, '42. 163; Im-
PORTS, cotton, quantity imported
from, in 1832 and 1834, '36. 168;
wool, import of, from, and value
of exports of British woollens 10,
in 1833, '35. 176, 177 ; quantity
of wool imported from, in 1840,
'42. 163; value of imports from,
and of exports of home produce,
and foreign and colonial mer-
chandize to, in 1831, '34. 160.

oak, 29. 66.

and Egypt, treaty for the
settlement of the questions be-
tween, '41. 254.

and Spain, treaty of com.
merce between, 41. 253.

and Sweden, treaty of com-
merce, '41. 253.
Turkish authors, list of, and of

their principal works, from A.D.
800 to A.D. 1700, '32. 78, 79.

Turkish calendar, 1831, '31. 24.

feet goes over to Mebemet
Ali, '40. 259; is delivered up by
him, '42. 235.

literary chronology, '32. 78,
79.

and Russian affairs, '29.
239, 240.
Turkmanchoy, peace of, '31. 61.
Turks, defeat of, before Vienna, '28.

15; take Adrianople, id. 58;
established in Europe, id. ib.;
conquer Syria and Egypt, id. 59;
defeated at Czoroi by the Rus-
Bians, 29. 244; take Constan-
tinople, '30. 98; combination
against the, '31. 46; their for-
tunate days, '28. 15; calendar of
the, id. ib. ; 29. 17; '30. 31;
'32. 17; (1833-1248), '33. 17.

and Russians, armistice, '30.
264.
Turmeric, duty on (1829), '30. 200.
“ Tum up," proceedings of, in Clare

and other counties in Ireland, '32.

238.
Tumer, Mr. Sharon, his history of

the Anglo-Saxons referred to,
29. 8.

Miss, abduction of, '28. 69;
her marriage dissolved, id. ib.
'Turner's Marriage Dissolution Act

passed, '28. 69.
Turnham Green, road from Shep-

herd's Bush to, progress of, '33.

226.
Turnips, the general period of their

flowering, '30. 39; their compa.
rative nutritive qualities, '29.
129 ; severed, subject to tithe if
consumed on the land (5 and 6

W. IV. c. 75), '36. 132.
Turnpike and road interests, disser.
tation on, '42. 115–122.

roads and trusts : roads,
total extent, annual income and.
debt of, in 1823, '28. 88; trusts
in England, Wales, and Scotland,
number of, distance of, in miles,
annual income from tolls and
parish composition, and annual
expenditure of, '35. 193 ; roads,
in England and Wales, length of,
in 1834, '37. 176 ; number of
trusts in each county of England

and Wales, expenditure of same,
and total receipt of tolls, in 1834,
'37. 176, 177; gates, rents of, in
each county in Scotland, for the
three years preceding Whit Sun-
day, 1835, id. 178; trusts,
income and expenditure of, in
England, in 1834 and 1835, '38.
197; number of, in England and
Wales, in 1834 and 1839, '42.

119.
Tumpike gates, proposed removal
of several (1828), '29. 224.

roads near London, placed
under the care of commissioners
in 1827, '29. 223.

Acts : Trusts Consolida-
tion Act amended (Metropolis
Roads), '30. 193—195; Roads
continuance Act (1 and 2 W.Il.
c. 5), '32. 144; Acts, conting-
ance Act (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 49),
'36. 125 ; roads, Act for procuring
returns relative to the, of England
and Wales (2 and 3 Vict. c. 40),
'40. 151 ; Tolls Regulations Act
amendment Act (4 and 5 Vict.
c. 33), '42. 129; (Scotland) Act
(1 and 2 W. IV. c. 43), '32.

159.
Turnpikes, destroying or damaging,

punishment for, '28. 144.
Turnsole, large-flowered, '31. 40;

Peruvian, id. ib.
Turpentine, duty on (1829), '30.

200; produce of additional duties
on (1840 and 1841), '42. 153.

import and home con-
sumption of, in 1828, '31. 175;
in 1830, '32. 180; '33. 178; in
1831, '34. 157; import and home
consumption of, and duty on, in
1837, '39. 186; the same in 1838,
'40. 179; the same in 1839, '41.
186; the same in 1840, '42. 159.

tree, '29. 66.
Turton Reservoir Amendment Act,
39. 211.

Mr., his appointment dis-
cussed, '40. 199.
Tuscans, arithmetic, '29. 56.
Tuscany, ceded to the prince of

Parma, '31. 55; extent, popula-
tion, and military force of, in
1828, 28. 71 ; grand duchy of,

its extent, population, duke,
capital, religion, revenue, and
army, in 1828, 29. 72, 73; ex.
tent, population, and military
force of (1831), '33. 55; popula-
tion and sovereign of (1836), '36.
107; population, enumeration of,
how made, '40. 107, 108; gold
and silver coins of, their names,
value, weight, alloy, and value
in English money (1829), '30.

110.
Tusser, Thomas, '31. 70; '32. 59.
Twoninebou

, diz. 39.83 ; foreruns rain
Tweed Fisheries Act, '31. 212;

Amendment Act, '37. 221.
Tweedmouth, population of, '33. 62.
Twelfth day, or Épiphany, '28. 8.
Twelve tables, laws of the, '28. 51.
Twickenham, rental of the parish of

(1829), '29. 85 ; chapel at, built,

42. 207.
Twiggy struthiola, '31. 43.
Twilight, cause of, Alhazen, '29. 59.
Two-flowered podalyria, '31. 42.
Two-lobed gastrolobium, '31. 40.
Twopences, nuniber of, coined from

1816 to 1810, '42. 155.
Twopenny post, produce and ex-

penses of, in 1836, 38. 171 ; pro-
posed new system of (1837), id.
115—120; see also Post, and
Post Office.

letters, average num-
ber passing through the Post
Office daily (1829), '30. 237 ;

see also Post, and Post Office.
Two Sicilies, population and sove-

reign of (1836), '36. 107; see

SICILIES, SICILY.
Twyford and Wilsdon, rental of the

parish of (1829), '29. 85.
Tybi, a Coptic month, '30. 16.
Tybon, Moses Aben, '32. 47.
Tycho Brahé, '28. 59; '31. 71 ; '32.

74; the first astronomer who ex-
pressed a decidedly rational opi.
nion concerning comets, '29. 20;
his supposition of the motion of
comets, '35. 6; annual equation
and variation discovered by, '34.
22; his system of the earth's
motion, '36. 16, 16.

observatory, '29. 62.

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