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Emperor Pedro II. declared of age, '41, 254; expedition to, to form a. colony on Tourier's sya tem. '42. 243EXPORTS to: coals, quantity of, in 1833, '35. 186; cotton, quantity imported from, from 1831 to 1834, '36. 169; cotton goods, value of, exported to, in 1842, 33 178; quantity and value of, io 1633 and 1834, '36. 169; in 1835, '37. 167; in 1838, '40. 182; bardwares and cutlery, value of in 1835, '37. 168; in 1838, 40. 183; land, quantity of, in 1833, '35. 180; linens, value of in 1838, '40. 183; machinery, value of in 1838, '40. 183 ; rum, quantity of in 1829,

31. 186; 1831, 33, 183; tin and pewter wares, value of in, 1838, '40. 183; wool and woollens, British, value of, in 1832, '34. 167; wool, imports of, from, and value of British wool. lens exported to, in 1833, '35. 176, 177; value of exports of woollen manufactures to, in 1840, 942. 161; value of general exports to, in 1828,. '31. 178 ; in 1830 '33., 180; in 1831, '34. 158; value of imports from, and of exports of home produce, &c., and foreign and colòniat merchandize to, in 1831, '34. 166z exports to, value and particulars of in 1838, '40. 183; in 1827, 1830, 1833, 1834 and 1835, 37. 160; in 1836, '38. 174; in 1836. and 1837; 39. 190 ; in 1838; '40. 181; in 1839,'41. 188; value of exports of British and Irish produce and manufactures to in

1840, '42. 163. Brazil, sugar of, impolicy of present

duties on, '41. 129, 130. Brazil wood, daty on (1829), '30.

198; (1832), '33. 190. Braziletto wood, dnty on (1829),

'30. 198, Brazil, wars in," '32. 71. Bread, new, unwholesome, '29. 128.

price of in 1801, '34. 44; adul. teration of, '36. 23.

and flour, economy in the use of, 29. 126-130.

and biscuit, exports of, value

of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161 ; the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837,

39. 182 Bread, Act abolishing asize of, and

making regulations for sale of, and to prevent adulteration of, beyond ten miles of the Royal Exchange (6 & 7. W. IV. c. 37), '37. 120, 121; allowed composition of, must be sold by weight, peualty for adulterating, '37. 120, 121; sale of (Ireland), Act for, similar to English Act (1 & 2 Vic.

c. 28), '39. 149, 150. Breage, population of, '33. 59. Brecknock Markets Act, '39. 211. Brocknockshire, extent and popula

tion of, and number of sessions, magistrates, and parishes in, '28. 79; population and representation of, 39. 78 ; population of, and of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831, value of real property in, and its representation, 33. 78; summary of same in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 89; the same in 1841, '42. 108; population of in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831. and 1841, and increase per cent, id. 110, difference of time between the principal towns of, and London, '31. 22; bastards, nupeber of, born in, in 1830, '34. 89; excise licenses issued, and public-houses in, num ber of (1831), *32. 185; houses, number of inhabited, uninhabited, and building in (1841), 942. 108; jurors in, in 1835, '97. 175; occupations of persons in (1831), '35. 91, 92; offenders in, and proportion of to population (1837), 139. 90; RATES: amount of poor and county rates levied in, in 1826, 29. 197; the same for 1827, and account of its exped. diture, ido 198; amount of poor rate levied in, from March 1827 to March 1828, and expenditure of same, '30. 216; from Marchi 1828 to March 1829, '31. 135; year ending 25th March, 1830, 32. 184; for the year ending 25th March, 1831, '33. 187; in year ending Easter 1832, '34. 175; for year ending 25th March,

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1833, '35., 184; in the year end- | Brentford, flood at, '42. 255.
ing 25th March, 1834, 36. 174 ; Brereton, Lieut.-Colonel,. trial and
proportion of paupers relieved to suicide of, 'S$. 228.,
the population of, iy 1839 and Breslau, peace of, '28. 61.,
1840, 42.168; House tax, inta-

address, '42.239..
bited houses assessed to, and Brest, British consul at, his sulary
rental of same, for year ending (1828), '31, 181.
5th of April, 1830, '32. 106, 107; Buetherton, church at, finished, '42.
schools, number of Church of 206.
England, in, and of scholars in Breton, Cape, ceded to England,
samee (1832), '33. 121 ; turnpike '28. 62.
trusts, their extent aud income Breton, Guil., or Williain de, '31.
in (1834), '35. 193; and income

32. 67. and expenditure of same in 1834, Brewers, number of, in England and '37. 177 ; the same and length of Scotland, io 1829, '31. 193; in road in, 1839, '42. 122.

England, Scotland and Ireland, BRECON. "See BRECKNOCKSHIRE. and London, and quantity of malt Breaking out constitutes burglary, consumed by them, in 1832, '34. *28. 131, 132.

177, 178; in the United KingBreaking prison by juvenile of. dom, in 1834, '35. 184 ; in 1834,

fenders, punishment for, '39. 161. '36. 167; in London, and EngBreath, affection of, produced by land and Wales, in each year

excessive spirit-drinking, '29. 123. from 1831 to 1837, '39. 137; Breathing, quantity of air expended number of in England and Wales, in, '28. 109.

in 1840, 42, 169; brewers and Brechin, Forfar, population of retail brewens, malt, quantity

(1921), 29. 83; in 1811, 1821, used by, in year ending 10th and 1831, '33. 84.

October, 1839, '41. 196.
Brecontree, division, &c., parishes retail, Act Amendment (9

and wards comprised within, 32. G. IV., 68), '29. 173.
108.

. Bloenses. of, and other matBreda, peace of, '31. 48.

ters relating to, regulated (1 Brederode, G., '31. 73.;. '32.72. W. IV.C, 51), '31. 152. See Bredon, Simon, '3.7. 22; his works, further BBER, for the law as al. id. 25.

tered. Bree, Chevalier. L'amo dies, '4L Brewood, population of, '33.°72. 138.

Brewster, Sir Din, hiş petition in “ Breeks. o. Woolfrey," suit of,, de fa your of exteuded copyright pre

cided by Sir Herbert Jenner, '40. santed, 40.199.
255.

Breydeubach, '31. 70;:'32. 64.
Bremen, Republic of, its extent po Bribery, trials for, at the Cambridge

pulation, burgomaster, capital, election, '36. 211.
religion, revenue, debt, and army, n. at Elections Bill, debates
in 1828, '29.70, 71; population

on, '37. 204.
of-(1836), '36. 107. , British Vice Bricks and tiles, excise duty on,
congul at, hiç salary (1828),, '31. amount of in 1927, 29. 187.
180.

duty on (1829), '30. 201; Adam of, '32. 63..

(1829), '30, 203 ; quautity charge Bremer, Commodore, succeeds Ad ed with duty in England and

miral Elliot, in the command in Scotland, in the years ending China, '42. 233.

5th April, 1831 and 1832. '33. Brent Bridge Road Act. 42.195. 180 ; and, tiles and slates, amount

River, overflow of, '42. 255, of duty on, in 1830, 1831, and Brentford (Ealing), '33. 67.

1832, '34. 164; bricks, number New, rental of the parish of made in Great Britain, and of (1829), '29. 85.

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'34. 164; and tiles, number of charged with duty, and amount of duty on, in 1833, '35. 183; bricks, quantity charged with duty, and amount of same, in 1834, '36. 158; in 1836, '38. 181; amount of duty on, in 1837, '39. 177, the same, and number charged in 1838, '40. 171; Brick Duties Consolidation Act (2 & 3 Vic. c. 24), '40. 147; produce of the additional duties on (1840

and 1811), '42. 153. Bride, chapel at, built and endowed

by Sir Thomas Dyke Acland,

Bart., '37. 229.
Bridewell Hospital, '30. 149.

house of occupations, its plan described, '31. 220; origin of the term as applied to prisons,

34. 219. Bridge, Hammersmith suspension,

description of, '28. 175; London, several arches completed, id. 174; over the Serpentine erected, id. 173; of the Thames Junction Railway and Paddington Canal works, '40. 249; pulling down or damaging, punishment for, '28.

144. See further BRIDGES. BRIDGE Acts. See PRIVATE Bills. Bridgend Markets Act, '37. 219;

Railway Bill, '29. 182; account

of, '37. 104 ; '41. 68. Bridgenorth, population and repre

sentation of, '33. 71. Bridges, &c., in progress in 1830,

'31. 222–225 ; in 1831, '32. 222 -232; in 1832, '33. 222--226.

of London, the respective periods occupied in their com. pletion, '32. 228; committee, on opening them toll-free, appointed, 42. 181.

expenses of, in England and Wales, in 1792 and 1832, 37.

176. Bridgewater, population of (1821),

'29. 81; population and represen. tation of, '33. 71; church at, completed, '38. 219: Gas Light Act, '35. 220; and Taunton Canal Navigation further Act, '38.

212. Bridlington, population of, '33. 76;

Harbour Improvement Act, '38.

213, 214. Bridlington Quay, church at, fi.

nished, '42. 206. Bridport, population and representation of, '33.61; fire at, '35. 253.

Lady, christens the ship Trafalgar, 42. 239. Brie, Gabriel, '32. 64. Briggs' Logarithms, '29. 61. Brief notice of the progress of pub

lic edifices, '28. 173–179; 29.

215-229; see further IMPROVEBrieune, battle of, '28. 64. Brighthelmstone. See Brighton. Brighton, population of (1821), '29.

81; population and representation of, '33. 74; Brunswick Square lighting Act, '31. 210; Cemetery Act,'40.213; chain pier damaged, '34. 249; church in Montpelier road intended, '42. 219; Gas Light Act, '40. 214; Small Debts Act, '41. 218; Water-works Act, '35. 220; Brighton and London Railway Act, '38. 213; particulars of, '41. 80; partial opening of, id. 95 ; same opened, '42. 243; account of its whole length of main line, extent opened since November 1840, a full account of expenses, &c., '42. 56, 67–70; terminus of, account of, id. 229, 230.

and Shoreham Road Act Amendment Act, '42. 197. Brihuspotee, gale of, '30. 26. Brihuspoteebar, a Hindoo day, id.

27. Brimington Inclosure Act, '42. 191. Brimstone, 'duty on (1839), '30.

198; imports of, value of in 1834 and 1835, '37. 163; import and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; in 1830, '32. 177; '33. 175 ; in 1831, '34. 154.

butterfly, '29.33. Brindley, Mr., the original projector

of the Birmingham canal, '30.

245. Brinkley, Dr., Bishop of Cloyne,

dies, '36. 108, 248. Brisbane, Sir Thomas, his observa

tory at New South Wales, '29. 24.

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Bristles, duty on (1829), '30. 198 ;

import and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; in 1830, '32.

177; '33. 175; in 1831, '34. 154. Bristol, population of (1821), '29.

81 ; population and representation of, '33. 62; Branch Bank of England 'at, '33. 11l; Chapels at proposed, '42. 206; postage collected at, in 1832 and 1833, '35. 192; in 32, 1833 and 1834, '36. 179; same in 1835, '37. 178; same in 1836, '38. 196 ; same in 1837, '39. 196 ; difference of time between and London, '31. 19; Mayor of, trial and acquittal of, '33. 232; Mayor's Chapel, restoration of, '31. 214; new market, '29. 181; riots at, '32. 240 ; rioters, trial and execution of, '33. 228; Victoria rooms at, account, view, and ground plan of, '39. 243-246 ; note concerning, '40.

48; Blind Asylum Regulation Act, '33. 209; Cemetery Act, '38. 210; corporation, Act to enable the, to raise money, '37. 221; Court of Conscience Regulation Act, '38. 211; Damages Compensation Act, '33. 210 ; Encroachments, &c., Regulation Act, '38. 211; Improvement Act, '33.209 ; Party Walls, &c., Act, '41. 216; Rates Collecting Act, '38. 211; and Clifton Oil Gas Company, further Act, '37, 220,

Port of, customs duty received at, in 1833, '35. 173; col. lected at, in 1834, '36. 157; same in the years ending 5th January, 1835 and 1836, '37. 164; same in year ending 5th January, 1837, 38. 175; the same during years ending 5th January, 1837 and 1838, '39. 191; the same in the year 1838, '40. 187; the same during 1839, '4L 188; the same 1840, '42. 164. SHIPS.--Vessels and their aggregate tonnage which entered the, in 1820, 1826, and 1831, '31. 163; number and amount of ships, and their tonnage, which entered the, in 1832, 1833, and 1834, :36. 163 ; same

in year 1835, '37. 166; same in 1836, '38. 176; same in 1837, '39. 188; same in 1838, '40. 186 ; same in 1839, '42. 160. Teas. Quantities and descriptions of, imported into, iu 1833-1834, and 1834-1835, '36. 172. RAILwars: viz., Bristol, Birmingham, and Thames Junction Railway. particulars of, '41. 76; Bristol and Exeter Railway Act, 37.222 ; Amendment Act, '41. 220; fur. ther Act, '42. 196 ; Branches Act, '39. 214 ; account of '38. 63, 61; 41. 84; main line of, its total length, and extent of same opened up to 1841, '42. 57; further particulars of same, id. 71, 72; Bristol and Gloucestershire Railway Bill, '29. 182; progress of, '31. 231; account of, '37. 104 ; '41. 68; Extension, &c., Act, '40. 217; (extension) Railway, particulars 41. 80.

diocese of, number of Sunday schools in the, in 1826, '29. 95;. number of parishes, benefices, churcbes, and chapels in, and amount of population of (1834), '35. 125; revenues of bishop, of cathedral, and of benefices, sums paid to curates, in whom patronage of benefices vested, and other facts relating to

same (1835), '36. 82-89. Britain, Cæsar's expedition to, '28.

53; wall of Severus built in, id. 54; conquered by Agricola, id. ib.; Christianity introduced into, id. ib.; yielded by Honorius, id. 55 ; subdued by Theodosius, id. ib.

Conquest of,” '32. 57; “ History of," id. 58.

Great, monarchy of, its extent, population, sovereign, capital, religions, revenue, debt, army

and navy, in 1828, '29. 72, 73. Britannia Life Assurance Company

Act, '42. 192. Britannic mountains, and their

several heights, '33. 46–48; al. phabetical index to same, &c.,

id. 49-53. British AlkaliCompany Act,'37.218.

Almanac, tables showing

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calculated, 32. 13-15. BRITISA AMERICA. See AMERICA, BRITISH.

American Land Company Act, '35, 218.

Artists, Society of, '30. 163.

Association meets at Birmingham, '40. 260; at Bristol, '37. 255; at Dublin, 36. 247; at Edinburgh, '35. 261; at Glasgow, '41. 255; at Liverpool, '38. 247; at Newcastle, '39. 251; at Plymouth, '42. 240; its encouragement of discussion on the observations made on tides, '35. 23; grant of money by, for calculations on the tides, 37. 6.7

authors, list of, and of their pricipal works, from A.D. 500, to A.D. 1800, '32. 57-62.

Auxiliary Legion formed, '36. 245.

Banking and Commercial Clerks, Society of, 30. 148.

Female Union Society, '30. 149.

- Fire Office, description of, and remarks on, '32. 220, 221.

forces quit Portugal, 29. 238.

and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, committee of, declaration against reduction of sugar duties, 42. 238.

and Foreigo Bible Society, 30. 153-157; number of schools and scholars of, in England, in 1818, '29. 92; grants for education through, from 1834 to 18:38, '39. 197 ; meeting of subscribers to, and amount of Bihles published and circulated by, 42. 238, normal school of, account of, id. 227.

and Foreign Unitarian Association, '31. 133.

Gas Light Company Act, :30. 231.

goods prohibited in France, 28. 63; in America, id. it.; -29. 238.

Guiana Emancipation Act, working of, in 1834, '36.73–78.

Iron Company Act,'41.216.

British Islands, quantity of culti

vated, waste, and unprofitable

land in (1829), 29, 90. British Institution, "90. 163.

Legion, affairs'of, mentioned in the Lords, '41. 205.

literary chronology; *32. 57 Lying-in Hospital, '30. 141.

manufactures and produce, value of exports of, from Great Britain, in the years ending 5th January, 1835 and 1836, 37. 161, 162; the same in years ending 5th January, 1836, 1897, and 1838, '39. 182, 183; the same, and quantities thereof, in the year 1838, '40. 180; the same in 1839, 41. 187.

Museum established, 28. 61; account of the buildings at, 38. 241, 242; further progress of the works at, '40.241; days and hours of public exhibition of, and holidays at, '30.217; opening of, on Sunday, motion respecting, -41. 210, 211; additional trustee, act for, *33. 169; - Enlargement Act, '40. 213; number of MSS., charters, and printed books in, in 1821 and 1833, '34. 183; bequests. donations, and contributions to, from 1831 to 1833, '34. 183 ; geology, mineralogy, plants, zoological specimens, papers on the collection of, circulated by the trustees of the, to captains of the navy, &c. '38. 11---26; King's Library and Manuscript Room completed, '28.

173. COST OF.

.-Money expended in purchase of books and manuscripts, in 1832, '34. 183; in coins, &c., id. ib.; purchases for the collections in, in 1836, parti. culars of, '38. 197; 'Egyptian antiquities, money expended on in 1836, '38. 197; receipts and expenses of, for 1834, and estimated expenses for 1835, '36. 180; expenditure of, in 1835 and 1836, 37. 186; expenses of, in 1836, '38. 197; expenditure of, for 1837, '39. 197; estimate for 1838, id. ib. ; expenditure of, for 1840, and esti.

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