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Tye, a Malabar month, '30. 25.
Tyldesley, population of, '33. 66.
Tyler, Mr., succeeds as President of

the United States, '42. 238; his
message to congress, id. 239; he

vetoes the Bank Bill, id. 242.
Tyne Docks Act, '40. 218.
Tynemouth, population and repre-

sentation of, '33. 70; difference
of time between, and London, '31.
18; burial ground, '35. 229; new
church at, determined on, id.

227.
Tyre, founded, '28. 50; built, id. ib.

era of, '30. 17.

William of, '31. 68; '32. 51.
Tyrol, the, its extent and population

(1831), '33. 53; increase of inha-
bitants in, 29. 77; the, and other
possessions transferred to Bavaria

and Wirtemburg, '31. 06.
Tyrone, population of, in 1821 and

1831, '34. 92; electors, number

of, in, in 1834, '37. 182.
Tyrtæus, '31. 61; 32. 48.
Tzetzes, Isaac, '31. 68; '32. 51.

John, '31. 68.; '32. 61.

Ulster, population of, in 1821 and
1831, '34. 91, 92.

Canal Bill, '29. 182; Canal
Improvement Act, '30. 232;
Amendment Act, '32. 216;
Amendment Act, '37. 222.
Railway, progress, &c.,

of,
'41. 83; particulars of, id. 74 ;

extension of same, '42. 70.
Ulug Begh, '31. 69; '32. 79.
Ulugh Beigh, astronomical tables,

'29. 69.
Ulverstone, population of, '33. 66.
Uly, Lelant, and Penzance Road

Act, '38. 211.
Umbel-flowered Diosina, '31. 38.
Umbrellas and parasols, exports of,

value of, in 1834, '37. 162; the
same, in 1835, 1836, and 1837,

39. 183.
Unclaimed dividends, amount paid

by the Bank on account of, in
the year ended 5th January, 1841,

'42. 149.
Uncultivated land, quantity of, in

Great Britain, '28. 88.
Under currents, '28. 45.
Underwood, stealing or damaging,
punishment for (1828), '28. 135.

Mr., architect of the

church at Oxford, '36.
215.
Unfunded debt, see EXCHEQUER

BILLS.
Union Club, '30. 160.

duties, benefit of the repeal
of, '31. 107.

with Ireland, '28. 63.
of Utrecht, '31. 46.

Workhouses, see Poor LAW
AMENDMENT Act.
Unions, number of, formed in 1835

and 1836, '37. 50.
Unitarian Association, British and

Foreign, '31, 138; marriage Bill
passes the Lords, '28. 69.
United Hills Mine, accident at the,
'31. 234.

Institution of London and
Westminster, for delivering mar.
ried women, and for the treatment
of the diseases of children, '30.

142.
“United Kingdom," West India-

man, run down, '34. 248.

U.

new

“ Ueber den gefurchteten Cometen,

&c.,” by Professor Littrow, re-

ferred to, '33. 15.
Ugrohoyna, a Bengalee month, '30.

26.
Uhden, dies, '36. 108.
Uig, population of, '33. 87.
Uist, North, population of, '33. 85 ;

South, ditto, id. ib.
Ukraine, seized by Russia, '28. 60.
Ulcers, produced by excessive spirit-

drinking, '29. 123.
Ulex Europæus, '29. 28.
Ulleskelf Inclosure Act, '36. 206.
Ulloa, A., '31. 76; '32. 71.

L., '31. 73; '32. 71.

Fort of, surrenders to the
French, 40. 254; other matters
relating to, id. 255.
Ulm, peace of, '31. 47; surrender

of, '28. 63.
Ulmus Americana, *29. 67.
Ulpian, '28. 54; '31. 65; '32. 53.

Uuited Kingdom Life Assurance
Company Act, '33. 218.

Provinces, independent, '28.
59.

Service Clubs, Senior and
Junior, '30. 160.

States of North America,
extent and population of, in 1828,
'28. 73 ; their extent, population,
president, capital, religions, reve-
nue, debt, army and navy, in
1828, 29. 74, 75; population of
the several states of, table showing
amount of, in 1790, 1800, 1810,
and 1820, '32. 120; population
of, in 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820,
aud 1830, and of each state and
territory, and increase per cent.
of same in ten years, and number
of slaves in each in the same years,
‘33. 90; extent of the several states
of (1831), '32. 120 ; population
of (1830), and president (1836),
*36. 107; population, enumera-
tion of, how made, 40. 108; sta-
tistics of, '32. 109-132; propor-
tion of revenue, debt, army, navy,
and representation, to population
(1829), '30. 100; representatives,
number of, for each of the several
states of (1830), '32. 120; con-
stitution and government of, de-
scribed, id. 109-113; citizens
of, their privileges, i. 112, 113;
Bank of, government deposits
withdrawn from, by General Jack-
son, '34. 248; bauks, disagree-
ments between the president and
senate relating to, :35. 256, 257;
suspension of payments by, '38.
215; banks suspend cash pay.
ments, '40. 260; again suspend
payment, '42. 236; canals fi-
uished, in progress, or in imme-
diate contemplation (1831), '32.
132; commerce of the, particu-
lars relating to the, id. 12:3—131;
commerce of each state and terri-
tory, from October 1, 1927, to
September 30, 1828, id. 131 ;
coinage, gold and silver cuins of,
their names, value, weight, alloy,
and value in English money
(1829), '30.111; coinage. amount
of, from 1792 to 1829, :32. 121;

emigrants, number of, to, from
the United Kingdom, in 1832,
1833, and 1834, '36. 182; fish
eries, products of the, '32. 124;
forests, products of the value of
(1828), id. ib.; import duties of,
'34. 91–102; imports, mercban-
dize, value of, imported into, from
foreign countries, and duties
thereon, from 1821 to 1827, '32.
130, 131 ; exports, statement of
the value of, for year ending Sepo
tember 30, 1828, id. 127-130;
imports and exports, account of
the value and nature of (1828),
id. 125, 126; Indians, computed
number of, in the (1831), id.
121; manufactures of (1828), id.
124; militia, aggregate number
of, in 1827, id. 121; newspapers,
number of, published in, in 1775,
1810, and 1828, id. 123 ; poor
laws in the, particulars relating
to, '34. 67—72; ports of, opened
to the British trade, .31. 238;
ports of the, foreign vessels which
entered the, in the year ending
September 30, 1836, '40. 187;
post offices, number and expenses
of, and net revenue from, and
extent of post roads, in various
years from 1789 to 1828, '32.
122; rates of postage (1831),
id. ib.
United States, general affairs of:

General Jackson again president
of, '34. 242; outrage upon the
president of, id. 244 ; president's
(Van Buren) message, '38. 217 ;
president's message, id. 243; Mar-
tin Van Buren, president, id. 244;
president's message on financial
difficulties, '39. 249; president's
message, '41. 253 ; president's
speech to congress, '35. 252; his
proclamation against aid to the
insurgents in Canada, :39. 248;
Van Buren's farewell address, '42.
234; Irishmen in, subscribe to
the Repeal Fund, id. 238; Gene-
ral Harrison elected president of,
id. 237; he dies, id. ib. 238; Mr.
Tyler succeeds as president, id.
238; his address, id. 239; vetoes
the Bank Bill, id. 242; proclama-

tion against“ secret lodges," &c.,

'42. 243.
United States, public lands, purchase

and sale of, in the, from 4th July,
1776, to 31st December, 1825, '32.
121.

schools and colleges,
quantity of land appropriated to,
in the, from 1776 to 1825, '32.121.

slips of war of, in
1830, '32. 121; number of vessels
of, employed in the foreign trade
of the United Kingdom, in 1840,
'42. 160.

slaves, number of, in
each of the states and territories of
the, in 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820,
and 1830, *33. 90.

steam navigation of,
'39. 104-107.

tariff of import duties
of, '31. 94-102.

vessels, number and
tonnage of, registered, enrolled,
and licensed, belonging to, in
1836, '40. 187; vessels of, engaged
in the foreign trade of the United
Kingdom, in 1840, '42. 160.

mediation of Great
Britain between France and, ac-
cepted, '37. 253.

for further particulars
relating to, see AMERICA.

consul-general and
consuls to, and where employed,
and amount of their salaries
(1828), '3). 182.

trade with: beer, quan-
tity of, exported to, in 1833, '35.
185; brass and copper manufac-
tures, exports to, value of, in 1838,
'40. 183; coals, quantity of, ex-
ported to, in 1833, 435. 186; in
1810, '42. 164; British copper,
quantity of, exported to, in 1833,
*35. 179; cotton goods, value of,
exported to, in 1832, id. 178;
cotton goods, British, quantity
and value of exports to, in 1833
and 1834, '36. 169; in 1835, '37.

in 1838, 40. 182; earthen-
ware, exports to, in 1836, '38.

hardware and cutlery, ex.
ports to, value of, in 1835, '37.
168; in 1838, '40.183; iron and

steel, exports to, value of, in 1838,
'40. 183 ; lead, quantity of, ex-
ported to, in 1833, 35. 180 ;
liuens, exports to, value of, in
1838, 40. 183; machinery, ex-
ports to, value of, in 1838, id. ib.;
quantity of rum exported to, in
1829, '31. 186; in 1831, '33. 183;
silk manufactures, exports to, ya-
lue of, in 1835, '37. 168; value
of, in 1838, '40. 183; tin, quan-
tity of, exported to, in 1833, '35.
180; in 1835, '37. 168; tin and
pewter wares, exports to, value of,
in 1838, '40. 183; wool and
woollens, British, value of, ex-
ported to, in 1832, '34. 167;
woollens and woollen yarn, ex-
ports to, value of, in 1838, 40.
183; woollen manufactures, va-
lue of, in 1840, 42. 161; general
exports, value of, to, in 1828, 31.
178; of British produce, &c. to,
in 1830, '33. 180; 1831, '34.
158; from 1827 to 1831, '38.
174; British and Irish produce,
&c., and manufactures, value of
exports to, in 1836, id. ib. 175;
the same, and particulars of, in
1838, '40. 183; the same, in
1827, 1830, 1833, 1831, and
1835, '37. 160; in 1836, '38.
174; in 1836 and 1837, 39. 190;
in 1838, '40. 181; in 1839, 41.

188; in 1840, '42. 163.
United States, imports: cigars, im-

ports from, in 1835, '37. 169;
cotton, quantity imported from,
from 1831 to 1834, '36. 168; j;
1836, '38. 176; snuff, imports
from, in 1835, '37. 169; tobacco,
quantity of, imported from, in
1833, '35. 183; in 1835, '37.
169; value of imports from, and
of exports of home produce, &c.,
and foreign and colonial mer-
cbandize to, in 1831, '34. 160;
wool, imports of, from, and value
of British woollens exported to,
in 1833, '35. 176, 177.

and China, trade be-
tween, from 1813-14 to 1827-28,
34. 161.

and Holland, com-
mercial treaty between,'40. 256.

167;

178;

Universal Life Assurance Society
Act, '37. 218.

Medical Institution, '30.
163.
Universities, established, '28. 57;

admission Bill, rejected in the
Lords, '35. 214; Bill for postponi-
ing the subscription to the Thirty-
nine Articles thrown out, '36.197;
Statutes Revision Bill, rejected,
38. 201.

of Scotland, delivery of
published books to, dispensed

with, 37. 146.
University Club, '30. 160.

College, Oxford, account
of the new buildings of, '42. 102,
103.

Life Assurauce Office, its
divisiou of protits, '31. 88; its
regulation Act, '36. 206.

registers, 29. 56.

of Cambridge, population
and representation of, '33. 58.

of London, '30. 162; ac-
count of the, and description, '28.
174; Dispensary, '30. 144.

of Oxford, population
and representation of, '33. 70.
Unmalted corn or grain, penalty for

brewers having (1 W. IV. c. 51),

31. 152.
Unnatural crimes, obtaining pro-

perty by threats of accusing of,
punishment for, 1837 (7 W.N.

and i Vict. c. 87), '38. 160, 161.
Unstone Inclosure Act, '40. 212.
Unwin, Mr., his indictment mera-

tioned in the House of Lords, '42.

188.
Upholland, population of, '33. 66.
Upholstery and cabinet wares, ex-

ports of, value of, in 1834 and
1835, '37. 161; the same, in 1835,

1836, and 1837,'39. 182.
Uplyme Inclosure Act, '42. 191.
Upper Bann Water Act, :37. 220.

Church, &c. Inclosure Act,
'35. 218.

Gornal, church at, intended,
39. 220.

Heyford Inclosure Act, '42.
191.
Upright goats -rue, '31. 39.
Upton Town Hall, &c. Act,'33. 210.

“Uranometria," '32. 64.
Uranus discovered, '29. 59.
Urr, population of, '33. 85.
Ursus, '31.71; '32. 74.
Uruguay, Ribeira, president of, '40.

253.
“ Use of the Globes," by Keith, re-

ferred to, '42. 25.
Useful directions and remarks, *29.
115.

Knowledge, Society for the
Diffusion of, '30. 162.
Ushaya, '31. 65; '32. 46.
Usher, James, '31. 72; '32. 60.
Ushlawrcoed, population of, '33.

69.
Usk, population of, '33. 69.

Tramroad, particulars of, '41.
64.
Usurious transactions, law relating to

securities for, amended (5 and 6

W. IV. c. 41), '36. 123.
Usury, Interest on Bills of Exchange,

Act relating to 17 W. IV. and i
Vict. c. 80), '38. 158; Act ex-
tending the provisions of same

(2 and 3 Vict. c. 37), '40. 150.
Usworth Railway Act, '35. 223.

Utopia,” '32.59.
Utrecht, peace of, '28. 61; '31. 50;
treaty of, il. ib.; union of, id. 46.

University founded, '28. 60.
Uttering forged notes, &c., how

punishable (1 W. IV. c. 66), '31.

159.
Uttoxeter, population of, '33. 72.
Uxbridge, rental of the parish of

(1829), '29. 85.

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Vacation, sittings in Banco, Act for

(1 and 2 Vict. c. 32), '39. 150.
Vaccination, number of persons vac.

cinated in London (1829), '30.
101; its efficacy in preventing
the small-pox, id. ib.; number of
persons vaccinated in 1832, '34.
31; progress and beneficial effects
of, in England, and Europe gene-
rally, '32. 21; in England, since
the l'accination Act, '41. 57–
59 ; '42. 54, 55 ; average annual

deaths before and after the intro Vaccine matter, its continued effi.
duction of, in 1800, from 1770 to cacy, in 1838, 39. 61; caution
1833, '34. 32; average number necessary in collecting, '40.61;
of cases of small-pox after, and see above, Vaccine LYMPH.
mortality of such cases, id. ib. ; Vaccinium frondosum, 29. 67.
'38. 47; precautions to be ob Vagrant Act, amended (1 and 2
served respecting its being effec Vict. c. 38), '39. 150.
tually performed, '39. 61; con Vagrancy, particulars relating to,
tinued efficacy of the vaccine 40. 109-119.
matter, id. ib.; efficacy of vaccine

in Ireland, laws respect-
matter after forty-three years, '41. ing (1830), '31. 114, 115.
58; further proofs of its continued Vagrants, particulars relating to
efficacy from the original lymph, their practices, '40. 115 ; ex-
'12. 54 ; sınall-pox after, causes penses of, in England and Wales,
of, suggested, '41. 58, 59; re in 1792 and 1832, '37. 176.
vaccination, when required, id.

Scotch and Irish, removal
59: petition in favour of, id. of, from England, Act for (3 and
203; Bill, debate on, id. 209; 4 W. IV. c. 40), '34. 121;
Act to extend the practice of (3 Act continuing same (7 W. Il.
and 4 Vict. c. 29), id. 147; and i Vict. c. 5), '38. 129.
Amendment Act (4 and 5 Vict. Valadier, Joseph, dies, '40. 141.
c. 24), '42. 129; extension of, Valckenaer, '32. 73.
remarks on the Act 3 and 4 Vict. Valdeck, Henry of, '32. 63.
c. 29, for the, '41. 57—59; the Valdez, '31. 77 ; *32. 72.
same Act carried into operation

governor of Madeira, de-
by the Poor Law Commissioners, clares for Don Pedro, '29. 240.
and its beneficial effects, '42. 54, Valdois, persecution of the, '28.60.
55.

Valençay, treaty of, '31.58.
Vaccination by a parish surgeon not Valencia, added to Aragon, '28.58 ;

to be considered parochial relief, treaty of, id. 64.
12. 129; expenses of, provided Valens, peace with the Visigoths,
for, id. ib.

28. 55.
hospital for casual Valentinian I., '28. 55.
small-pox, and for, '30. 110. Valerian, persecution of the Chris.

directions for, in Ha tians under, '28. 55; he is cap-
nover,
36. 20.

tured by Sapo, id. ib.
Vaccine Boarii, National, report of Valerius Flaccus, 28. 54; '31. 65;

the committee on, '34. 31, 32; '32.52.
Establishment, National, '30. 141;

Maximus, '31. 65; 32.
annual report of the National Vac 52.
cine Board, '28. 172; Establish-

Prohus, '31. 65 ; '32. 53.
ment, National, annual report of Valesius, Adr., '31. 73; '32. 68.
the (1829), '30. 101; Establish-

Henri, '31.73; 32. 68.
ment, annual report from the Na Valincourt, '31. 75 ; '32. 68.
tional, 31. 135; annual report Valla, Lorenzo, '31. 68; '32. 55.
of, '32. 21 ; the same, for 1841, Valle, P. della, '32. 56.
42. 51, 55.

Vallongo, victory at, '33. 231.
inoculation, its beneficial Valois, house of, in France, '28. 58.
effects, 29. 115.

Valonia, duty on (1829) '30. 201;
Institution, London, '30. in 1832, '33. 193; import and
141.

hone consumption of, in 1828,
Pock Institution, '30. 141. '31. 176; in 1830, '32. 180 ; '33.

lymph does not lose its 178; in 1831,'34. 157.
efficacy by transmission, '30.101; “ Valor Ecclesiasticus," account of.
:39. 61 ; '41. 58; '42. 54.

38. 123, 124.

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