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mated for 1841, 42.170. GENERAL 180; in 1831, 1832 1833, 1834,
COLLECTIONS. -Visitors to, nam and 1835, '37. 186; in 1831, 1832,
ber from 1820 to 1826, '28. 172; 1833, 1834, 1835, and 1836, '38.
from Christmas, 1823, to Christ. 197; in 1835, 1836, and 1837,
mas, 1828, '30. 217; in 1829, 39. 197; in 1836, 1837, 1838,
'31. 196; in each month, from 1839, and 1840, '42. 170.: 1.
Christmas, 1826, to Christmas, Britisha' North American Postage,
1831, '33. 189; in 1832, '31. Act for regulating (4 W. IV., C.
183; number of visitors to, in 7), '35. 129.
1831, 1832, and 1833, '35. 195;

Pension Fund, '30. 145. from 1829 to 1834, 36. 180; in

plantations, number of ves1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1831, sels belonging to, with their tonand 1835, 37. 185; number of nags, and number of men, in visitors to, in each month of the 1838, '40. 185. years 1836 and 1837, '39. 197;

possessions abroad, Act rein 1832, 1833, 1834, 1835, and gelating the trade of (1 W.IV., 1836, 38. 197; the same and in C. 14), '32. 141.1837, '39, 197; the same in 1833,

Society for the Reformation 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, and 1838, of Female Prisoners, '30. 150, : 40. 195 ; same in 1837, 1833,

Society for Promoting the and 1839, 42. 170; PRINT Room, Religious Principles of the Re Bumber of visitors to, in 1831, 33. formation, id. 153. 189; of viaitors to, in 1831 and

Society for Revarding 1832, '34. 183; of visitors to, in Serrants, id. 151. 1832 and 1833, '35. 195; of "Writers, Lives of," 32. 69. visitors to in 1832, 1833, and Brito, B. de, '32. 71. 1834,. '36. 180; in 1832, 1833, Britons driven into Wales and Carn. 1834, and 1835, '37. 186; in wall, 28. 56. 1832, 1833, 1834, 1835, and

“Origin of the," "32. 57. 1836, '38. 197; in 1835, 1836, Brittany, extensive fiores in, '3L and 1837, '39. 197; same in each 236. year, from 1835 to 1840,'42. 170; Brixham, population of, '33. 80; READING Room, at what periods Pies, &c., Act, '38. 21 open, '34. 27; number of persons Brixton, Bast, three divisions of, Inat, in 1827, 1828, and 1829, '31. habited House Tas, bonuses aness

of visitors to, in 1810, 1815, ed to, and rental of came, and 1820, 1825, 1830, and 1831, 33. farm-houses exempt from for year 189; in 1831, 34. 183; in 1832 ending 5th April, 1830, '32. 108. and 1833, 35. 195; of visitors to, Broad-street, St. Gile's, to Waterloo in 1810, 1815, 1820, 1825, and bridge, street to be made, :40. 1830, and from 1831 to 1634, '36. 180; in 1810, 1815, 1820, 1825, Boond toured brachysema, '31. 37; 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834, cutrephus, 31. 39; phylica, '31. and 1835, 37. 186; in 1810, 1815, 1820, 1825, 1830, 1831, Broadwater, population of, '33. 74. 1832, 1833, 1834, 1835, and 1836, BROCADS, see Sur MAXUFACTURES, '38. 197 ;. in 1810, 1835, 186, Brockton Read Act, '40. 215.; aud 1837, 39. 197; same in 1837, Brodie, Wr., appointed Real Pro1838, and 1839,'42. 170+; SCULP. perty Commissioner, 29, 239.: TURE GALLERIES, number of ari Broglie, Dake de, Prime Minister tists studying at, from 1818 to of France, 36. 241; resigua, 35. 1829,'31. 196; in 1831, '33. 189; in 1831 and 1832, 34. 183; in Boskan limbo, deaths from, vithin 1832 and 1633; '35. 195; in the Balsa Mortality, in 1827, 1831, 1832, 1833, and 1834, 36. 29. 110.

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Iroker, unlawfully conrerting mo- ! Brougham and Vans, Lord, Lord

ney to his own use, puuishment Chancellor. '31. 240; introduces for, '28. 137.

a Local Courts Bill, '32. ISS; Bromley, John, dies, '40. 141.

introduces the Bankruptcy Court population of (1821), '29. Bill, *32. 191: introduces his 81; in 1811. 1821, and 1831, Chancery Regulation Bills, '32. '33. 65; small debts Act, '42. 191 : mores the abolition of chan195.

cery sidecares, '33. 207; offices population of, '33. 61; St. of the Court of Chancery abolished Leonard, rental of the parish of under his act (Chancery Offices (1829), 29. 85; Small Debts Regulation Act), and incomes of Act Amendment, '37. 221; '39. same, '31. 175; introduces tbree

212 ; Cemetery Act, '42. 193. Law Reform Bills, '34. 197; Brompton and Chelsea Dispensary, mores the Indemnity Bill relating 30. 144.

to persons acting under Lord Dur. Bromsgrove, population of (1821), ham's ordinances, *39. 207 ; his

29.81; in 1511. 1921, and 1831, resolutions upon the principles of '33. 76.

executive gorernment in Ireland, Bronikowski, '31. 77 ; '32. 76.

'40. 206; report of his death unBronte, destroyed bs irruption of founded, '40. 260: his opinion Mount Etna, '33.232

ou Frost's case, '41.201. See fur. Brook Villa, near Liverpool, account ther the Chronicles of the several of, '40.249.

sessions of Parliament, passim. Brooke, H., 31. 76: '32. 61.

Broupber, Lord, continued fractions, Brookes's Club, '30. 160.

29. 57. Broom, the, *28. 35: butcher's, 29. Brouskonetia papyrifera, '29. 64.

67 ; flax-leared, "31. 40; Spanish, Brown, Captain Samuel, largely '29. 67.

engaged in suspension bridges, Broom-like Jacksonia, '31. 40.

'25. 175; designet of the MontBrosses, L. des, '32. 70.

rose Suspension Bridge, '31. Brotherton, Mr., midnight legisla 234. tion, *12. 173.

Brown, Hannah, murder of, '38. Brougham, Mr., public dinner to, 244. at Lirerpool, "28.69; his letters to

Rer. James, bis opinion on the clergy for returns of schools, ignorance as productive of crime &c., referred to, 29. 92; bis use 29. 100. of the espression, “The school.

Sir Thomas, '31. 72; '32.60. master is abroad,“ 29. 202; bis Brown-stalked magnolia, '31. 41. motion on the state of the law, Browsing of animals does not take 29. 202; his motion for the esta. place when plants are in flower or blishment of local courts, '31. sed, 29. 39. 203; presents petition from bank. Brostowe Compensation Act, '34. ers, &c., for abolishing death for 205. forgery, '31. 203; his local courts Bruce, James. *31. 76; '32. 62. (Kent, Durbam, and Nortbam

Robert, 28. 58. berland) Bill, 31. 207; his mo

the traveller, 28. 62. tion concerning slavery in the “ Bruce, The." "32 58. colonies, '31. 208; his notice of Brucher, Antonie, coining press, 29. motion for reform, '32. 186; 60. takes his seat as Lord Chancellor, Brudepell, Lord, dismissed from the '32. 188; his remarks on the ge command of the 15th Hussars, neral bribery at elections, '42. *35. 231; his appointment to the 188. See further the Chronicles Ilth Light Dragoons discussed in of the various Sessions of Parlia the House of Commons, '37. 195 ; ment, passim.

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*37. 200; see further, CARDIGAN, Bryte, Walter, *37. 22; his works, BARL OF.

d. 26. Brulliot, Francis, dies, '38. 128. Bryum legislatum, *29. 31. Brumaire, month of, '30. 20; re Bucbanan, Geo, '31. 70; '32. 59. solution of, '28. 63.

Bucharest takeu possession of by the Brune, Jan de, '32. 73.

Russians, "29. 238 ; peace of, 28.
Brunel, Mr., his design for making 64; British Consul at, his salary

the Thames Tunnel, '28. 176 ; his (1828), 31. 182.
suggestions for the improvement Bacharia, estent, population, and
of railways noticed, '37. 81; his military force of, in 1828, *28.
coutrivance at the Kilsby Tunnel, 72
to impede the motion of locomo Backhurst, Lord, '31. 70.
tive carriages, '12. 63, 64. Buckingham, population and repre-

Mr. J. K., engineer of the sentation of, '33. 58.
Taff Vale Railway, '42. 61; of

Duke of, dies, 10. 256. the Bristol and Exeter Railway,

Vrng Compensation '42. 72.

Bill thrown out, '37. 190.
Sir J., passes through the

Palace erectiog, "28.
Thames Tunnel, '42. 241.

173; alterations at, '29. 216; proBrunetto Latini, '32. 54.

gress of, '30. 238; suspension of Bruni Leonardo, '31. 68; '32. 55, the proceedings at, '31. 215; Brunswick, Duchy of, its exteut, po (new), alterations at, and removal

pulation, date, capital, religion, of cupola of, '33. 215; alterations revenue, debt, and army, in 1828, of, '34. 213; colonnades and *29. 70, 71; population and 80 other works at, *35. 215; marble vereiga of (1836), '36. 107; arch, account and view of, '38. Prussian Commercial League, '42. 231, 235; alterations at, '39.232; 113; riots at, '31. 238; Duke occupation of, by Queen Vicó Charles of, flies to England, '31. toria, '38. 231; expense of, up to 238; and the Duke of Cambridge, Feb. 1829, '30. 225; grant for imsuit between in the French Courts, proving and completing, '33. 194; '36. 240; Duke William assumes expenses, committee ou, '32. 190; the sovereignty of, '32. 237, further particulars relating to,

and Wolfenbuttel Rail. '38. 244. way opened, '40.255.

Buckinghamshire, extent and poclubs formed in Ireland, pulation of, and number of ses29. 243.

sious, magistrates, and parishes club meeting held in in, "28.78; population of, and of Dublin, '29. 245,

the principal towns of, in 1811, maritime establishment, 1821, and 1831; value of real '31. 138; described, '31. 219. property in, and its representation,

Theatre built, '28. 174; '33. 58; summary of same in fall of, id. ib. ; '29. 235.

1821 and 1831 distinguishing the Brunswicke, Frederic l'an, '37. 23 ; rxes, id. 88; the same in 1811, bis works, ich 29.

*42. 107; population of, in 1801, Brussels, revolutiou at, '31. 237, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and 238; riot at, '35. 257.

increase per cento, id. 109; exBrutus, death of, *28. 54.

tent of, in acres, '31. 81; differBrydges, Sir Egerton, dies, '38. 128.

ence of time between the different Brymbo, church at, intended, '38. towns in, and London, '31. 14; 218.

bastards, number of, born in, in Brynolf, '31, 69.

1830, 31. 88; number of, in Bryony root, description and poison 1835 and 1837, '38. 192; rental

ous properties of, and remedies of charities and income of schools against, *28. 118.

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portion per cent. of persons mar. - 1830, '32. 106, 107; SAVINGS ried in the year ended June 1840, Baxis : friendly and charitable who could write, '42. 171 ; societies, amount of deposits and county electors, number of in, accounts in (1831), '32. 102 ; in 1834 and 1835, 37. 181; Savings Banks deposits and deexcise licences inued, and public. positors; increase of between bouses m, number of (1931), '32. 1832 and 1834, '36. 102; average 185; families. number of in, and amount of deposits in, and prohow employed in 1811, 1821, portion of depositors to popula. and 1831, *34. 86, 87; houses, tion of (1835), '37. 72; state number of in, in 1801, 1811, of on 20th November, 1837,'39. 1821, and 1831, '31. 84, 85; * 134; savings banks, friendly 80trumber of inhabited, uninha cieties and charitable institutions bited, and buildiog in 1841, '42. in, number of, and of depositors, 107; jurors in, in 1835, 37. and amount of deposits in, in 175; lunatics, &c., pauper, pro

November 1836, '38. 193; on portion of to population in 1937, 20th November, 1838, '40. 189; '3s. 193; marriages, buildings on the 20th November, 1839, registered for solemnization of 41. 194; on the 20th November, (1840), '41. 199 ; proportion of 1811, '42. 166; Schools: enpersons married under 21 years dowed, unendowed, and Sunday of age in the year ended June scbools in, in 1818, 29. 91 ; unen 1810, '42. 171 ; occupations of dowed day-schools in, in 1818 and persons in (1831), '35. 73; of. 1828, 29. 93; number of Sunday fenders in, and proportion of. to

and other church of England in, population (1837), '39

.90 ; and of scholars in same(1832), '33. RÄTES : amount of poor and · 120; tumpike trusts, their extent county rates levied in, in 1826, and income in (1834), '35. 102; 29. 191; the same for 1827, and number of in, and income and account of its expenditure, id. expenditure of same in 1834, 198; amount of poor rate leried in '37. 177 ; the same and length of from Jarch 1827 to March 1828, the roads in 1839, '42. 122; tolls, ad espenditure of rame, *30. amount of received at, in all the 216; from March 1828 to March trusts in, in 1834 and 1839, '42. 1829, '31. 195; for year ending 118, 119, 25th March, 1830, '32. 184; for ! Backstone's Road Act,'29. 213. year ending 25th March, 1831, 1 Buckthorn, Canadian Sea, "29. '33. 187; espended on the poor

65. in rear ending Baster 1832, 34. BUCKWHEAT, see Cory; GRAIN. 174; amount levied and expend. Buckwheat tree, '29.66. iture of name for year ending Bud, each, considered a separate 25th March, 1893, 35. 189 plant, '29. 34. for the rear ending 25th March, Buddæus, '31.74. 1834, '36. 174; the same for the Buddleia globosa, "29. 61; salvi. years ending 25th March, 1831, folia, '31. 37. 1836, and 1837, +38. 168; de' Badæus, F, 31. 71 ; '32. 65. crease of same in 1837 compared

William, '32. 67. with 1834, id. 190; proportion Bude Chapel, Cornwall, '35. 230. of paupers relieved to the popu Buds of trees, mistake concerning lation of, in 1839 and 1840, '42. their being destroyed by the birds, 169; Taxes: amount of land '29. 30. and assessed taxes of, in 1829, Buenos Ayres, Spaniards established '31. 172; Horse Tax: inhabited at, 28. 59; independent, *28. houses assessed to, and rental of 61; civil war ended, '30. 263; same for year ending 5th April, acknowledged by England, '31.

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61; treaty of, 'SL. ib. ; gold and silver, value of, raised in, from 1790 to 1829, '34. 180; British cousul-general at, bis salary and that of the rice-consul at, '31.

183. Buerens, General, defeats Don Car

los, '38. 247. Buffon, '28..61; '31. 77; '32. 69. Bugeaud, General, bis duel with

M. Dulong, '35. 254. Bageiah, taken by the French, '31.

248. Buglawton Gas Act, '34. 205 ;

church at, finished, '42. 206. Bugles, duty on (1836), '37. 128. Building Act, amended to protect

against fire in certain cases (1&2

Vict. c. 75), '39. 158. Building in the metropolis for the

meetings of religious, cbaritable, and scientific institutions, So. ciety for erecting aud maintaining

a '30. 160. Buildings connected with science and literature in progress and completed in 1929, 30. 238; in

progress 1830,'31. 217. Bul, a Jewish month, '30. 13. Bulgaria, evacuatel by the Russians,

29. 246. Bulgarin, '31. 79; '32. 76. Bulgaris, '31. 76; 32. 52. Bull of the pope against the slave

trade, '41. 253. Bull-baiting grounds, &c., penalty

, for keeping, '36. 127. Ball inu, Great Dover street, view

of, and account of, '37. 241,

242. “ Bulletin Universel" referred to,

29. 102.7 BCLLION, see Coix; COINAGE; GOLD;

SILVER. Bullo Pill Railway, account of, '37.

87; 41, 62. Bulnushes, duty on (1829), '30.

201.5 Bulwer, Mr. E. L., his motion on

the drama, '33. 203. Banbury, Rev. Dr. (tithe affray at

Newton), '37.252. 6. Bundle of Myrb,” '32. 47. Bungay, population of, '33. 73. Bunning, Mr., architect of the (in

tended) City of London School,

36. 218. Bunnings, WL J. B., architect of - the chapels, & Co, at the Sovath

London Cemetery, '41. 237. Bunyan, Jobs, '31. 72; 32.. 60:31. Buonaccorsi, F, '32. 35. Buonamici, B., '32, 57. · BOONAPARTE, ve BONAPARTL. Buonaroti, Michael Angelo, *31.

68; '31. 70; 32. 55. Bur, the common, "28. 39. Buramat, an Arabic month, '30.

16. Burckhardt, his tables used for the

Nautical Almanac, '29. 15. . Burchellia capensis, '31. 37. Burcbiello, D., *31. 70; '32 55. Burdett, Sir F., in the Tower, *28.

64; his motion on the Catbodia claims, '28. 69; accepts. the Chiltern handreds, and is reelected for Westminster, *38. 245; declines contesting Westminster,

id. 246. Burdock, Mary Anni, tried for poi.

soning and executed, '36. 242

243. Burg, his improved tables adopted

into the Nautical Almanac, *29.

15; his Lunar Tables, '31, 6 Burge, Mr., is beard at the bar of

the Commons against the Jamaica

Bill, '40. 201. Bürger, G. A.,'31.76; '32. 65. Burgess, Alfred, and James Walker,

architect-engineers of the new Box bridge, '40.

249. Burghs police (Scotland) Act (3 &

4W. IV. c. 46), '34. 125-128. Burgo, Luco di, '32. 55. Burgundy, &c., ceded to Charles V.,

'31. 45; great canal opened in,

'35. 259. Burglary, punishment for (1828),

28. 131; what shall be, id. 131, 132; number of executions for, in England and Wales (1826), 29. 89; number of cases of in 1835, 1836, and 1837, compared with 1839 and 1840, '12. 103 103; with violence, punishable with death, - 1837 (7 W.IV. & 1 Vict. c. 86), '38. 160; without violence, transportation or impri

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