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25th March, 1831, '33. 187; ex-
pended on the poor, in the year
ending Easter 1832, '31. 173;
amount collected, and expenditure
of same, for year ending 25th
March, 1833, '35. 189; in the
year ending 25th March, 1831,
*36. 171; the same in the years
ending 25th March, 1831, 1836,
and 1837, '38. 188; decrease of
same in 1837, compared with
1834, id. 190; proportion of pau.
pers relieved to the population, in
1839 and 1810, .42. 168; Save
INGS Banks, friendly and chari.
table societies, amount of deposits
and accounts in (1831), *32. 102;
savings banks, deposits and de-
positors, increase of, between
1833 and 1834, 36. 101 ; sav-
ings banks, average amounts
deposited in, and proportion of
dejcsitors to population of (1835),
37. 72; state of, on 20th Novem-
ber, 1837, '39. 134; savings
banks, friendly societies, and cha-
ritable institutions, number of, and
of depositors, and amount of
deposits in, in 1836, 38. 193;
on 20th November, 1838, 40.
189; on 20th November, 1839,
'41. 191; on 20th November,
1810, 142. 166; SCHOOLS : en-
dowed, unendowed, and Sunday
schools in, in 1818, '29. 91 ; un-
endowed day-schools in, in 1818
and 1828, id. 93; number of
Church of England schools in,
and of scholars in same (1832),
'33. 121; T'axes: amount of land
and assessed taxes of, in 1829,
31. 172; house tax, inhabited
houses assessed to, and rental of
same, for year ending 5th April,
1830, '32. 106, 107; TURNPIKE
Trusts, their exteut and income
in (1831), '35. 193; trusts in,
and income and expenditure of
same, in 1834, 37. 177; the
same, and length of the roads, iu
1839, 42. 122 ; tolls collected on,

in 1831 and 1839, id. 118.
Washborough, steam-engine, 29.

63,
Washerwomen, their proneness to

ulcers in the leg, '39. 31; why
their hands are hardened, see
Soap, eflect of, on the skin.
Washing, of infants, 29. 118.

in sea water, composition
for, 23. 183.
Washington, consul-general at, his

salary (1828), 31. 182; earth-
quake at, '34. 246.
Wasp, the, '29. 37; sting of, remedy

against, -28. 123.
Wasp's paper, '29. 37; nests of, id.

ib.
Waste lands, quantity of, capable of

improvement in England, Scot-
land, and Ireland, 29. 180 ;
power of granting, in certain cases,
without consent of the homage,
'42. 137.

(Ireland) Company,
'37. 218.
Wastes, inclosure of, for employment

of industrious poor, '32. 159 ;
grant of, in certain cases, without

consent of the homage, '42. 137.
Watch-cases, gold, alloy in, '29.
114.

rates in certain boroughs,
Act for more equally assessing
and levying (2 and 3 Vict. c. 28),
'40. 118, 119.

and Clockmakers' Benevo-
lent Institution, '30. 148.
Watches, the night anciently divided

into four, '31. 6; the Hindoo day
and night divided into, id. 10.

British, value of exports
of, from 1825 to 1832, '34. 165;
fureigu, not to be imported unless
with maker's name on face, id.
131, 132; foreign, value of im-
ports and of re-exports of, from
1825 to 1832, id. 165; exports of,
value of, in 1834 and 1835, '37.
161; the same, in 1835, 1836,
and 1837, 39. 183; the same, in
1838,’10. 180; the same, in 1839,
41. 187; the same, in 1810, '42.

162.
Watching and Ligbting, general

Act for England and Wales (3

and 4 W. IV. c. 90), '34. 142.
Water, effects of, on the form of

leaves, '30. 39, 40; injurious
effects of, when bad, '36. 24,25.

Water, supply of, hy Artesian wells, 1937, 38. 175; the same, in the

Bill for, rejected, '36. 194 ; daily years euled 5th January, 1837
consumption of, in London and

and 1838, '39. 191; the same, in
Westminster (1829), '29. 104; the year 1838, '40. 187; the
quality and salubrity of, supplied same, during 1839, 241. 188; the
to the metropolis (1829), id. 106, same, in 1840, '12. 164.
107 ; supply of, in the metropolis, Waterford, Bishop of, his revenue,
id. 102-109; supply of, to the in 1831, '34. 179.
metropolis (1831), '35. 128 ; in

Clonmell, and Tippe-
the metropolis, commission for in rary,population of (1821),'29. 83.
quiring into the supply of, '29.

and Limerick Railway,
102.

particulars of, '41.68.
in the London Docks, error Waterhouse, Rev. Mr., murdered,
concerning, '29. 107, 108.

28. 69.
clocks, 29. 60; their pro Waterland, D., '32. 61.
hable formation, '31.5.

Waterloo annuity,amount of (1831),
Cologne, duty ou (1829), and period of its expiration, '32.
'30. 205.

176.
crow-foot, 30. 39, 40.

battle of, 28. 64.
companies in the metropolis,

bridge, time occupied in
their sources of supply, number its completion, 32. 228 ; toll on,
of tenants, and quantity of supply reduced, '42. 236; committee of
(1829), 29. 103-105.

the House of Commons as to
gates at Lowestoft New Har. opening the same toll free, ap-
bour, described, '32. 233, 234. pointed, id. 181; death of Scott,

mills, '29. 60, 61; Roman, the diver, upon, id. 235; street
id. ib.

from, to Broad-street, to be made,
Witch,” steam - vessel,

40. 162.
wrecked, '35. 252.

Watermen's Company, power of, to
Water-works and drainage in pro appoint ferries on the Thames, '28.

gress or completed, in 1829, 30. 158.
253, 251.

Watermen of the Thames, Act for
Acts, see PRIVATE the regulation of, .28. 157–160.
BILLS.

Waterspouts, their nature considered,
Waterford, populatiou of (1821), '39. 23, 24.
29. 83; population of, in 1821

Borlum bridge de-
aud 1831, 31. 91; difference of stroyed by, '31. 238; at Port
time between, and London, 31. Patrick, '42. 241.
23; electors, number of, in, in Watford, population of, '33. 01.
1834, '37. 182; postage collected Wathen, Captain, court-martial on,
at, in 1832 aud 1833, '35. 192; 35. 254.
amount collected at, in 1832, Watkins, Mr., his instrument for
1833, and 1834, '36. 179; gaine, electro-magnetism, '28. 185.
in 1835, '37. 179; same, in 1836, Watney-street, church in; nearly
'38. 196; power-looms, number completed, 41. 229; finished,
of, in (1836), '37. 183; riots near, '42. 206.
33. 232; Land Valuation Act, Watson, his mode of preventing the
38. 211.

sinking of ships, '28. 182.
port of, customs duties

Mr. M. H., sculptor of the
received at, in 1833, '35. 173; decorations of Mr. Moxhay's edi.
customs duty collected at, in fice in Threadneedle-street, '42.
1831, '36. 157; the same, in the 221.
years ending 5th January, 1835

Mr. J. B., his premium for
and 1836, 137. 164; the same, a design of the Surrey Pauper
for the year ending 5th January, Lunatic Asylum, '42. 228.

6i Water

Watt, steam-engine, 29. 63; his

proposed use of steam-carriages,
'37. 82.

and Bolton, coining machi-
nery, '29. 60.
Watts, I., '31. 74 ; '32. 61.
Wave-leaved Brachysema, '31. 37 ;

Pittosporum, id. 42.
Waveney Navigation Act, '32. 216.

and Yare rivers, junction
of, '29. 225.
Waves, oscillation of, Newton, '29.

61.
Wax, duty on (1829), '30. 201.

bees', import and home con-
sumption of, in 1828, 31. 176;
in 1830, *32. 180; Africani, duty
on (1836), '37. 129; foreign, duty
on importation of, in 1828, 1829,
and 1830, 32. 183.
tree, '29. 65.

battle of, '32. 237.
“ Way of Life," the, '32. 47.
We, a Chinese horary character,

30. 28; a Chinese division of

the day, '31. 9.
« Wealth of Nations," '32. 62.
Wear Watch Act, '41. 219.

damage to shipping on, from
ice, '42. 235.
Weardale and Bishop Auckland

Railway, particulars of, '41. 80.
Wearmouth Bridge and Tyne Bridge
Road Act, '40. 216.

Dock Company Further
Act, '37.225.
Weather, explanation of remarks on

the, in the British Almanac, '28.
16; indications of approaching
changes in the, from the form of
clouds, '30. 84-87; absurd no-
tions concerning prognostications
of the, '29. 10; natural history of
the, '30. 6889; '31. 28–36;
ou the supposed influence of the
moon on the, '39.548.

almanacs, their inaccu-
racy,

'39, 57.
Webb. Messrs., contractors for part

of the works at the Royal Ex-

change, '42. 218.
Weber, C. M. von, dies, '28. 67.
Webster, Mr. Richard, his prosecu.

tion for bribery ordered, '42. 184.
Wechabites, extent and population,

and military force of, in 1828,

28. 71.
Wecherlin, '3). 72.
Wedge-leaved Candollea, '31. 38;

Templetonia, '31. 43.
Wedmore, population of, '33. 72.
Wednesbury, population of (1821),

29. 82; population of, '33. 72.
Week, a table to find the day of

the, of any given date, from 5000

B.c. to A.D. 2700, '30. 32, 33.
“ Weekly Dispatch," verdict against

for libel, on Dr. Morrison, '38.

244.
Weeping willow, '29. 67.
Weever Churches Bill debated, '41.

209, 210; Trustees Church En.
dowment Act, id. 217.

Navigation Improvement
Act, '30. 232.
Weighing machine, to be carried by

carmen delivering coals, '32. 174.
Weight, objections tv, in sale of
corn, '35. 61-64.

-- measure of, :29. 113.
Weights in France, particulars of,
'30. 113, 117, 118.

on waggons, Act relating
to (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 81), '35.

Wauz,

157.

-- and measures,'28.98—101;
*35. 112-116; popular explana-
tion of the standards of, in use,
from 1826, '29. 111-114; im.
portance of a regular standard of,
'30. 11l; tables of equalization
of, *28. 103, 104 ; Acts for as-
certaining and establishing uni-
formity of, particulars of (1824),
id. 98, 99; Act for (5 G. IV. c.
71), '29. 113; Act of 1824, for
the uniformity of, its failure, that
of 4 and 5 W. IV. c. 49 ex-
plained, '35. 113–116; Act to
amend and render more effectual
two Acts of 5 and 6 Geo. IV. re-
lating to (4 and 5 W. IV. c. 49),
id. 116, 147; repeal of same,
and new regulations substituted
(5 and 6 W. IV. c. 63), '36.
129.

proceedings
of the Académie des Sciences for
the establishment of an uniform
standard of, '30. 112; decree for

uniformity of, in France (1793), declaration as to the recognition
not universally adopted, '35. 113. of Don Miguel, '34. 185; Chan-
Weisse, C. F., 31. 76; '32, 65. cellor of Oxford, '35. 256 ; in-
Welch charity school, '30. 158. stalled (Oxford), id. 259; advises

circuits regulated (1 W. IV. that Sir Robert Peel form an
c. 70), *31.161.

administration, '36. 238, 239 ;
Weld, duty on (1829), '30. 202. conducts the government, id. ib.;
Welford and Market Harborough foreign secretary, id. 239; his

Roads Trust, tolls collected on, declaration in favour of the Poor
in 1834 and 1839,'42. 119.

Law Amendment Act, '38. 201 ;
Welland (Canada) Canal Bill, '29. his declaration regarding “ little

182; canal, opening of, '31. 233; wars," '40. 196; his remarks on

River Tolls further Act,'38. 214. the Birmingham riots, id. 207;
Wellesley, General Arthur (Wel entertainment to, at Dover, id.

lington), marches to Poonah, '32. 260; he is taken ill in the House
41; his military operations in the of Lords, '42. 236: meeting for
Mahratta territory, 32. 42.

a testimonial to, '37. 257; testi-
Marquis, Lord Lieu. monial to, at Glasgow, not yet
tenant of Ireland, '34. 248; cause determined on, '42, 201 ; see also
of his resignation stated and ex WELLESLEY.
plained, '36. 192, 193; statue to,

ministry, resignation of,
voted, '42. 237.

'31. 210 ; '32. 187.
Hon. Mr. Long, deprived

street, North, proposed
of his children, '29. 241 ; com formation of, '31. 217; progress
mitted for contempt of the Court of, '31. 212; '35. 236 ; '39. 232;
of Chancery, '32. 239.

house in, account of, '40. 225,
Wellingborough, population of, *33. 226.
69.

Wellington's Estate Act (2 Vict. c.
Wellington (Shropshire), population 4), '40. 143.

of (1821), 29. 82 ; population of, Wells(Somersetshire), population of,
in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33. '29. 82; population and repre-
71; church at, intended, '38. sentation of, 33. 72; Road Act,
219.

'42. 196 ; Markets Regulation
(Somerset), population Act, id. 195.
of, '33. 72.

next the Sea (Norfolk), popu.
colliery, explosion at, lation of, '33. 69; Harbour Im-
'42. 238.

provement Act, '36, 211.
Duke of, commander-

Dr., bis Essay on Dew, re-
in-chief, '28. 69; resigns as com ferred to, '31. 29, 30.
mander-in-chief, id. ib.; again Welshpool, population of, '33. 81.
commander-in-chief, id. 70; re Wendover, Roger of, '31. 68; '32.
signs office of commander-in 58.
chief, '29. 234; first lord of the Wenlock, population and represeni-
Treasury, id. 233; duel between tation of, '33. 71.
and Earl of Winchelsea,'30.261; Wentbridge and Heck Railway, ac-
resigns the office of prime miuister, count of, '37. 94 ; '41. 66.
'31. 240; at the opening of the Werner, '32. 65.
Liverpool aud Manchester Rail Wernerian principle of columnar
way, id. 230—238; his declara rocks alluded to, '29. 39.
tion against all reform, id. 239 ; Wernith, population of, '33. 59.
'32. 186; administration, an Wesenbeck, '31. 70; '32. 64.
nouncement of its resignation, id. Wesley, J., '32. 61.
187; announces his inability to Samuel, dies, '38. 128.
form an administration, '33. 202; Wesleyan Methodist Missionary So-
attacked hy a mob, id. 230; his ciety, '30. 155.

1

Wesleyan Centenary Hall, London,

account and view of, '11. 216,
247.

Chapel, Great Queen-
street, account of the new front

of, '42. 213.
Wessel, J. H., '31.77; '32. 75.
Wessenden Reservoir further Act,

37, 220.
West Beckham and Alby Iuclosure
Act. '40. 212.

Bromwich, population of, '33.
72.

Cork Mining Company Act,
*33. 218; Amendment Act, '38.
209.

Croft (Nottinghai) Canal
Act, '10. 218.

and Burton Lees Inclo.
sure Act, 10. 212.

Drayton, rental of the parish
of (1829), '29. 85.

Derby, population of, '33. 66.

Durham Railway Act, .40.
216 ; turther Act, '42. 197; rail-
way, particulars of, '41. 80; open-
ing and account of, '42. 70.

of England Fire and Life As-
surance Company Act, -35. 219.

Hariling-street, church in, see
TRINITY CHURCH.

Houghton, population of, '33.
66.

India Company established at
Amsterdam, '29. 237.

Dock Act, '30. 231;
Dock Company Consolidation
Act, '32. 214, 215 ; Dock Com-
pany, and East India Dock Com-
pany Consolidation Act, '39. 214.

produce, importation
and exportation of, in 1832, '34.
169.

Indies, extent and population
of, in 1828, '28. 73; History of
the, '32. 70 ; (British) dates of
the capture, cession or settlement,
how governed, population, imports
and exports, and tonnage inwards
and outwards (1831), il. 101,
105; vessels, number and ton-
nage of, belonging to, in 1838,
40. 185 ; silver coined for, in
1836 and 1837, '39. 181; admi-
uistration of justice in, Act for

(6 W. IV. c. 17), '37. 115, 116 ;
prisons, Act relating to (1 and 2
Vict. c. 67), '39. 157; educa-
tion, state of, in the, in 1833, '31.
180, 181; vote of money, to re-
lieve the sufferers from the hur-
ricane in, '33. 199; grant of a
million), for relief of sufferers by
hurricane in, il. 201, 205; crown
colonies, relief to, id. 207 ; money
advanced to relieve the sufferers
from hurricanes and insurrection

in, '35. 167.
West Indies, slaves, &c. : registered

number of, at the two registra-
tions preceding 1833, '31. 180;
Slavery Abolition Bill, how re-
ceived in, '35. 252 ; account of
the state of, aster the abolition,
id. 260; results of the abolition
of negro slavery (1831), '36.65—
79; slavery in, Act for abolition
of, and compensation to slave
owners (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 73),
31. 136-138 ; further Act, re-
lating to compensation (5 and 6
W. IV. c. 45), '36. 123, 124;
further Act relating to same (6
W. IV. c. 5), '37. 1ll; further
Act relating to same (6 and 7
W. IV. c. 82), id. 138; further
Act relating to same (1 l'ict. c. 3),
39. 113; Act amending same in
respect to hours of labour, &c.
(1 Vict. c. 19), id. 145–147.

sugar trade, monopoly
of, its injurious effects, '41. 129,
130.

trade with : beer, quan-
tity of, exported to, in 1833, '35.
184; brass and copper manufac-
tures, exports to, value of, in 1838,
40. 183; coals, quantity of, ex-
ported to, in 1833, 35. 186 ; in
1810, '42. 164; cotton goods, va.
lue of, exported to, in 1832, '35.
178; cotton goods, British, quan-
tity and value of exports to, in
1833 and 1834, '36. 169; in
1835, '37. 167; in 1838, 40.
182; hardwares and cutlery, ex-
ports to, value of, in 1835, '37.
168 ; value of, in 1838, '40. 183;
iron and steel, exports to, value
of, in 1838, id. ib.; linens, ex-

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