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Viper, '29.43; venom of, and reme-

dies against, '28. 123.
Virga, Solomon ben, '31. 70; '32.

47.
Virgil, '28. 04.

« Translation of,” '32. 59, 70.
Virgilius, '31. 65; '32. 52.
Virgin Islands, number of slaves in,

in 1825, 29. 199; registered num-
ber of, in 1818 and 1828, '34.
180; number of, in, appraised
value of, sales of, from 1822 to
1830, and amount and rate of
compensation for, '39. 195.
Virginia (U. S.), abstract of the

constitution, government, legisla-
tive and executive, judiciary ap.
pointments, and elective franchise
öf (1831), '32. 117; extent, po-
pulation, and number of repre-
sentatives, id. 120; population of,
and number of slaves in, in 1790,
1800, 1810, 1820, and 1830, '33.

90.
Virginian creeper, *29. 67; rasp-

berry, id. ib.
Virgin's bower, or clematis, the, '28.

37.
Viriatus, death of, '28 53.
Vorschigain, a Malabar month, '30.

25.
Virtue, festival of, '30. 20.
Vischer, or Visscher, M., '31. 73;

'32. 73.
Visscher, R., '31. 71 ; '32. 72.
Visigoths, in Dacia, *28. 55; em-

pire of, in Gaul, id. ib.; pass the
Wolga, id. ib.
Visin, 31. 77.
Visiting, district and other societies,

in and near London, '30. 144,145.
Vistula, inundation of the, '30. 261.
Vital, David, '31. 70; '32. 47.
Vitalis, Order. '32. 58.
Vitellio, '31. 69; '32. 75.
Vitex, Agnus Castres, '29. 67.
Vitis, hederacea, '29. 67 ; vulpina,

id. ib.
Vitri, Phillipe de, '31. 69; '32. 67.
Vitringa, 31. 75; '32. 73.
Vitriol, white, poisonous properties
of, and remedy against, 28. 118.

oil of, poisonous properties
of, and remedies against, '28. 117.
Vitruvius, '31.65; 32. 52.

Vittoria, president of Mexico, '28.
66.

battle of, '28. 64.
Vives, '31. 71; J. Luis, '32. 70.
Vivian, Sir Hussey, created Baron

Vivian, '42. 241.
Viviani, *31. 72; '32. 56; atmo-

spheric pressure, 29. 61.
Voeikor, A. P., dies, '40. 141.
Voetius, '31.73 ; '32. 73.
Vogels-gebirge mountains, and their

several heights, '33. 44 ; alpha-
betical index to same, &c., id. 49

-53.
Voie de Paris, '30, 116.
Volatile alkali, poisonous properties

of, '28. 116; remedies against,

id. ib.
Volcanic islands, discovered near

Valparaiso, '40. 257.
Volhinia, ceded to Russia, '28. 62.
Volhynia, insurrection at, '32. 237.
Volkenroda, bailiwick of, Prussian

Commercial League, '42. 113.
Volney, '31. 77: *32. 69.
Volta, '31. 76; '32. 57; his notion

of the formation of hail, '30. 88,

89.
Voltaic pile, '29. 60.
Voltaire, '28. 61; '31. 75; '32. 69;

Life of,“ '42. 12t; “Transla-

tion of " (Greek), '32. 51.
Voluntary vaths and affidavits, abo-
lished, '36. 128.

(Scotland) Act re-
moving doubts as to (6 and 7 W.

IV. c. 43), '37. 122.
Von Hammer, '31. 76.
Vondel, '31. 73; Just van, '32. 73.
Voogd, dies, '41. 137.
Vopiscus, '31. 6.) ; '32. 53.
Voragine, De, '31. 68; 32. 54.
Vos, Jan, '31.73; '32. 73.
Vosges chain of the Alpine moun.

tains, and their several heights,
'33. 30, 31; alphabetical index

to same, &c., id. 49-53.
Voss, '31. 76 ; *32. 65.
Vossem, peace of, '31. 49.
Voters, number of, for the counties

of England, according to the re-
gistries of 1834 and 1835, *37.
181; number of, in Ireland, in
1831, id. 182 ; number of, in
Scotland, in 1836, id. ib. 183 ;

number of, registered, in the United
Kingdom, in the years 1831-5

and 1835-6, '39. 195.
Voters, lists of, Act removing doubts

concerning (6 and 7 W. IV. c.
101), '37. 145.

Registration (Scotland) Act
(4 and 6 W.IV. c. 88), '35. 159.
Voyage round the world, first, 28.

59.
“Voyage dans les Alpes," referred

to, '30. 42.
"Vulgar Errors," '32. 60.
Vulliamy, Mr. Lewis, architect of

the Law Institution, '31. 218 ; of
Gordou-square Church, '32. 217;
of Highgate Church, id. ib. ; of
the front of the Royal Institution,

39. 232.
Vyasee, a Malabar mouth, '30. 25.

W.

Wace, '31. 69; Robert, '32. 66.
Wad, punishment for stealing, 28.

135 ; see also, Mines.
Wadebridge Road Act, '39. 213.

and Bodmin Railway
Acts, '33. 211; 36. 210; Rail-
way, particulars of, '41. 70.
Wadsley and Moorfields Road Act,

'39. 213.
Wadsworth, population of, '33. 78.
Wagenseil, C. J., dies, .40. 141.
Wager of law abolished, (3 and 4

W. IV. c. 42), '34. 124.
Wages, early statute regulating, '39.

63; deficiency of, made up out
of poor rates, commencement of
the practice, '34. 45; payment of,
in goods, or otherwise than current
coin of the realm, illegal in certain
trades (1 and 2 W. IV. c. 37),
'32. 157-159; rate of, per week,
at different periods, from 1806 to
1833, in cotton factories, &c., '34.
53, 54; rates of, at Manchester,
in 1832, id. 51, 52; rate of, in
Ireland (1830), 31. 106 ; at se-
veral places abroad, '34. 59, 60.

and prices, dissertation on,
and historical inquiry into, '34.
33–61; table of, by the Chamber

of Commerce at Manchester, from
1810 to 1814, id. 18; observa-

tion on, '11. 125, 126.
Waggous, weights on, Act relating

to (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 81), '35.

157.
Wagtail, its winter fvou, '30. 36.
Waheb, '31. 67.
Waithman, Mr. Alderman, bis reso-

lutions against free trade, '32.
190, '33. 205; he dies, '3 1. 241;
obelisk to his memory, id. 216 ;

account of, '35. 246.
Wakefield, Mr., his evidence on the

extreme youth of some offenders,
'36. 471.

Mr. Gibbon, conviction
of, '28. 69; dinner to, by the
New Zealand Company, '42. 238.

Captain, commands the
expedition to New Zealand, '42.
238.

population of (1821),
'29. 82; population and repre-
sentatiou of, '33. 78; Water
Act, '38.210; Water-works Com-
pany's further Act, '12. 191.

and Halifax Road Act,
'39. 213.

and Sheffield Road Act,
'37. 222.
Wakefields, the two, convicted for

abduction, '28. 69.
Walafrid, '31. 66; Strabo, '32. 63.
Walch, '31. 76 ; '32. 65.
Walcheren expedition, '23. 64.
Waldeck, priu ality of, its extent.

population, prince, capital, reli-
gion, revenue, debt, and army, in
1828, 29. 70, 71 ; population
and sovereign of (1836), '36. 107;
Prussian Commercial League, '42.

113.
Waldegrave, Lord, Lord Deuman's

explanation concerning, in the
House of Lords, '42. 179.
Wales, Britons driven into, '28. 56;

table of the size of the several
counties of, the petty sessions,
number of magistrates, of pa-
rishes, and amount of population
returns, id. 79; population of
the cities, boroughs, and towns of,
exceeding five thousand inhabit-
ants in each, '29. 82; population

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Wales, Princess of, creation of, 28.
57.

separate jurisdiction of courts
in abolished (1 W, IV. c. 70),
31. 164.

Itinerary of,” '32. 58.
Walfred, of Ripon, '37. 22.
Walingford, see WALLING FORD.
Walkenaer, M., his geographical di-

visions of the world, '29. 69.
Walkenried, bailiwick of, Prussian

Commercial League, '42. 113.
Walker, Mr. James, the engineer of

the improvements of the Com-
mercial-road stoneway, '31. 228;
of the works at the port of Hull,
id. 221; of the Start Point Light-
house, 35. 247.

James and Alfred Burgess,
Messrs., engineer-architects of the
new Bow bridge, '40. 249.

Mr., the magistrate, his ob-
servation on the estimate of a la-

buurer's living, '31. 38.
Wall, Governor, executed, '28. 63.
Wall-flower, the, '28. 33; speed-

well, '29. 31, 33.
“Wallace, Sir William," '32. 59.

Mr., architect of the
Derby improvements, '39. 240.

the two brothers, tried for
the destruction of the “ Dryad,"

'42. 237.
Wallachia, subdued by the Otto-

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of the several counties and chief
towns of, in 1811, 1821, and
1831, value of real property in
same, and number of members of
parliament for each, '33.78–81;
extent and population of (1831),
id. 51; population of each county
of, malas and females, and number
of houses inhabited, uninhabited,
and building, in 1841, '42. 108;
comparative statement of the po-
pulation of each county, in 1801,
1811, 1821, 1831, and 1811, and
increase and decrease of same, id.
110; mountains of, and their se-
veral heights, '33. 46, 47; alpha-
betical index to same, &c., red.
49–53; quantity of cultivated,
waste, and unprofitable land in
(1829), '29. 90; bastards, num-
ber of, born in each county of, in
1830, *34. 89; houses, compara-
tive statement of the number of
inhabited, uninhabited, and build-
ing in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831,
and 1841, 42. 111; marriages,
number of buildings in, regis-
tered for the solemnization of,
pursuant to 6 and 7 W. IV. c.
85, up to 1840, '41. 199; .of.
fenders in, in each county of, in
1837, and proportion of, to the
population of 1831, '39. 90;
summary of savings bauks, and
charitable and friendly societies
in, in 1831, 32. 103; summary
of savings banks in (1831), '33.
114; number of depositors,' and
amount of deposits in), on 20th No-
vember, 1810, '42. 167; schools :
number of endowed, unendowed,
and Sunday schools in, in 1818,
29. 94t; amount of land and as-
sessed taxes of, in 1829, '31.

172.
Wales, coals, quantity of, imported

into London from, in 1833, '35.
186; quantity of, sent from, - to
Loudon, and number of ships em-
ployed in same, in 1836, 1837,
and 1838, '40. 193; quantity of
iron made, aud of furnaces in, in
1827, 29. 196.

Prince of, expected creation
of, '12. 244.

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“ Wallachia, History of,” '32. 52.
Wallachian insurrection, '28. 65.
Wallasey and Great Meols Embank.

ment Act, '30. 232.
Wallenstein, death of, '28. 60.
Waller, Edmund, '31 ; 72. '32.

60.
Wallerius, '31: 77 ; '32. 75.
Wallingford, population and repre-
sentation of, '33. 37.

Richard, *37. 22; his
works, id. 25; Richard de, his

clock, notice of, '39. 55.
Wallington. Small Debts Amend.

ment Act, '37.221.
Wallis, laws of collision, '29. 62 ;

his observation on gravitation
quoted, '30. 50; negative and
fractional indices, *29. •56; his
remarks on tides, '30. 30.

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Walls, the green incrustation on, Wapping, population, &c. of, *28.
described, *29. 36.

86, 87; St. John, rental of the
Wallseid, population of, '33. 70. parish of (1829), '29. 85.
Wallstown, affray at, and four people “War of Antioch," '32. 58.
shot, '33. 231.

War, viz.: between Austria and
Walmersley, population of, '33. 66. France, '28. 64; between England
Walnut, black, 29. 65.

and America, id. ib. ; with France,
Walnuts, duty on (1829), '30. 201; id. 63; between France and Prus-
see FRUITS.

sia, id. ib; between Peru and Co-
Walpole, Captain, opposes the Ter. lombia, '30. 262; between France
ceira expedition, '30. 209.

and Russia, '28. 64; between
Walpole, H., 31. 76; "32. 62.

Russia and Turkey, '29. 237; of
Sir Robert, his plan of a seven chiess against Thebes, '28.
sinking fund, '32. 85.

50.
Walsall, population of (1821), '29. Office, reductions in, '37.

82; population and representation 183.
of, 33. 72.

Secretary at, Viscount Pala
Walsingham, '31. 68 ; '32. 59.

merston, 29. 231; Mr. C. W.W.
Walter, John, *37. 22 ; his works, Wynn, '31. 240.
id. 26.

amount of his
Waltham Abbey, population of, '33. pension, '35. 133.
62.

Warbeck, Perkin, treaty concerning,
Cross, restoration of, '34. '31. 45.
226.

Warburton, W., '31. 76 ; '32. 61.
Walthamstow, population of, '33.

Mr., introduces the Ana-
62.

tomy Bill, '33. 195.
Walthen, clock used in astronomy, Ward, William James, dies, '41.
29. 59.

138.
Walton, Brian, '31. 72 ; '32. 60. Wardle's charges, '28. 61.

Izaak, '31. 72; '32. 60. Ware, population of, '33.64; church

le-Dale, population of, '33. at, first monumental date, 29.
66.

56.
le-Sokeu Improvement Act, Wareham, population of, '33. 61.
'42. 193.

Warehouse, stealing in, punishment
upon-Thames, new villa of for, '28. 132; and see alteration
the Earl of Tankerville at, ac of law, *38. 162, 163.
count of, '40. 247, 248.

Warehousing of goods, Act for (3
upon-Trent Bridge Act, '34. and 4 W. IV. c. 57), '34. 136.
205.

Wares, not otherwise charged, duty
Walworth, William of, statue of, at on (1832), '33. 193.

Fishmongers' Hall, '36. 229. Wargentin, some of his tables used
Wandewash taken, '32. 29.

for the Nautical Almanac, 29.
Wandsworth, population of, '33. 74. 15.

Surrey, Pauper Lunatic Warkworth Harbour Act, '38. 213.
Asylum at, account of, '42. 228, Warley, population of, '33. 78.
229.

Warminster, population of (1821),
Waneclouds, '30. 82, 83; sigris of '29. 82; Roads Act, '41. 219.
rain or snow, id. 85; diverging,

and Bath Road Act,
observations on, id. 42.

'39, 213.
Wangford Poor Amendment Act, Warnefrid, Paul, '31. 66; '32. 54.
34. 205.

Warner, Mr., his discovery of a new
Waningore Inclosure Act, '42. 191. destructive power for war, noticed
Wanstead, Infant Orphan Asylum in Parliament, '42. 184; experi-
at, '42. 240.

ments made of same, id. 236.
Wantage, population of, '33. 58. Warrata h Plant, '31. 43.

Warren, penalty for entering, '28.
131; see further, Game LAWS.

Dr., his mention of a case of
poisoning from adulterated wine,
'36. 24.

Sir Samuel, dies, '40. 260.

Hastings, acquitted, '28. 63.
Warrington, Captain, court-martial
and sentence on, '33. 229.

population of (1821),
29. 82; population and repre-
sentation of, '33. 66; Small Debts
Act, '40. 215.

and Newton Railway
Improvement Act, '30. 232 ; Rail.
way Act, 31. 212; Railway in.
corporation with Grand Junction
Railway, Act for, '36. 209; Rail-
way, account of, '37. 105; '41.

68.
Wars, notices of the, and of the more

important treaties between civi.
lized nations, from the beginning
of the fourteenth century to 1830,

31. 44-61.
“ Wars in Brazil," '32. 71.
“ Wars of Ferdinand I.," '32. 55.
Warsaw, alliance of, '31. 49; capi-

tulation of, '32. 240; National
Bank of, '29, 238; treaty of, '31.
53.

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. 83, 85, 86.
Warton, Thomas, '31. 76; '32. 62.
Warwick, population of (1821), '29.

82; population and representation
of, '33. 75; gaol, treatment of po-
litical offenders in, noticed, '40.
207; treatment of political of-
fenders in, again mentioned, '41.
206.

Earl of, motion for his
prosecution, 34. 200.

and Coventry Roads Act,
'42. 196.

and Liverpool Witnesses
Indemnity Act (4 W. IV. cc. 17

and 18), '35. 131.
Warwickshire, extent and population

of, and number of sessions, ma-
gistrates, and parishes in, '28. 78 ;
population of, and of the princi-

pal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and
1831, value of real property
in, and its representation, '33. 71,
75 ; 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 1811,
and increase per cent., id. 109;
extent of, in acres, '31. 81; dif-
ference of time between the prin.
cipal towns of, and Loudon,
'31. 20; bastards. number of, boru
in, in 1830, 31. 88; number
of, in 1835 and 1837, '38. 192;
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, number of, in, and how
occupied, in 1811, 1821, and
1831, '34. 86, 87; houses, num-
ber of, in, in 1801, 1811, 1821,
and 1831, id. 84, 85; number of,
inhabited, uninhabited, and build-
ing, in 1841, 42. 107; jurors in,
in 1835, 37. 175; lunatics, &c.,
panper, proportion of, to popula-
tion, in 1837, '38. 193; marriages,
buildings registered for solemuiza-
tion of (1840), '41. 199; propor.
tion of persons married under
twenty-one years of age, in the
year ended June 1840, 42. 171;
offenders in, and proportion of, to
population (1837), '39. 90; oc-
cupations of persons in (1831),
'35. 87, 88; power-looms, num-
ber of, in (1836), '37. 183;
Rates: amount of poor and
county rates levied in, in 1826,
29. 197; the same for 1827, and
account of its expenditure, id.
198; amount of poor rate levieil
in, from March 1827 to March
1828, and expenditure of same,
'30. 216; from March 1828 to
March 1829, '31. 195; for the
year ending 25th March, 1830,
132. 184 ; for the year ending

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