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236;

sonment, '38. 160; increase of the

offence in 1840, '42, 101. Burial places, additional to various

parishes. See each volume, Pub

lic Improvements Burials, number of, within the Bills

of Mortality, from 1826 to 1827, '29. 110; in 1828, '30. 119; in London, from 1801 to 1620,'28. 85; in 1829, '31. 135; in 1830, '32. 21; in 1831, '33. 24; in London and the Bills of Mortality in 1832, '34. 31; in 1834, '86. 37;

1835, '37. 49; in 1836, '38. 47; in 1837, '39, 60; in 1838, '40. 59; proportion of, to population of England and Wales, in each year from 1801 to

1830, '34. 82, 83. Barke, Edmund, '31. 76; 32. 62;

his “ Thoughts and Details ou

Scarcity'' referred to, '39. 62. Burleigh, Walter, '31, 68; '32.58;

37. 22. Burleigh-street, church in, deter

mined on, '31. 214; progress of,

'34. 207; the game, '35. 227. Burman, F., '31. 73; '32. 73. Burmen, '31. 76. Burmese war, '28. 66; begins, '32.

45; defeat of the, near Promé,

'28. 67; they pay tribute, id. it. Bum, J. S., work on “ Parish Re

gisters and Fleet Marriages''

quoted, '37. 63. Bumet, Gilbert, '31. 74; 32. 61.

bishop, his statement of the day of the landing of William

III., '28. 13.
Barney, Charles, '31. 76 ; '32. 62.

(Madame d'Arblay), dies, '41. 138. Bumbam, Mr., convicted for pro

pragatiug small-pox, '36. 28. Burning, deaths from, within the

Bills of Mortality, in 1827, '29.

110.
BCRNING HOUSES, RICKS, &c.

ARSON.
Burning lenses, *29. 62.
Burns, '31. 76.

Robert, '32. 62; bis widow dies, '35. 256. Burutisland, population of, '33.

84.

Bursaria spinosa, :31. 37. Burschenshafft, new species of, dis

covered at Berlin, '35. 255. Burslem, populution of (1821), '29.

81. Burton, Mr. Decimus, architect of the Athenæum club-house, '30.

of the house of the Royal Society of Literature, '31. 217; of the Charing-cross hospital, *32. 220; of the Calverley hotel, Tune bridge Wells, *38. 239 ; of the new churcii at Goring, '39. 221; of the Club-house Chambers, Regent-street, 40. 247.

Rev. Edward, dics, '37. 110.

Robert, '31. 72; *32. 60.

Leys luclosure Act, '40. 212.

upon Trent, population of '33. 72. Burrel Fly, attacks sickly horses,

'29. 40. Burry Port Harbour Act, '36. 211. Burwell Drainage Act, 42. 192. Bury (Lancashire), population of

(1821), '29. 81; population and representation of, '33. 65; powerlooms, number of in (1836), '37. 183; Catholic chapel at, account and view of, '41. 231-236; small debts Act, '40. 215 ; market, &c. Act, '40.214 ; water Act, *39. 211; and Blackburn road Act, '40. 215; Bolton and Manchester railway Act, :33. 211.

Sussex, inclosure Act, '42. 191.

St. Edmunds, population of (1821), 29. 81; population and

representation of, 33. 73. Busaco, battle of, '28. 64. Busby, Dr., dics, *39. 219. Buscbing, A. F., '31. 76; *32. 65. Bush, Mr., the engineer of the Lla

nelly railway and docks,'35. 249; of the Taff railway, '42. 61. “ Bushel of March dust is worth a

king's ransom," meaning of the

phrase, '29. 33. Bushel, imperial, .28. 100.

Winchester, abolished, id. ib.; and see WEIGOTS and MEASURES Act.

See

Busby Park granted to Queen Ade

laide, '32. 145. Bussingan, Prussian commercial

league, '42. 114. Bustamente deposes Guerrero in

Mexico, '31. 233. Butcher's broom, '29. 67. Bute ship canal Act, '31. 212;

further Act, '35. 223 ; canal and docks, progress of, '39. 230, 231; harbour and docks, completion and opening of the basin or bar. bour, '40. 251.

-cbaritable institution, '30. 148. Buteshire, population of, and of the

principal towns of, in 1811, 1821, and 1831 ; value of real property in, and its representation, '33. 83 ; summary of same in 1821 and 1831, distinguishing the sera, ich 89; the same in 1841, '42 108; population of, in 1801,1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, aud increase per cent., id. 110: electors, number of in, in 1836, 37. 182; houses, number of inhabited, uninhabited, and building in 1811,'42. 108; occupations of persons in. (1831), '35. 96 ; turnpike-gates in, rents of, in 1833, 1834, and 1835,'37.

178. Butler, Mr. Samuel, *31. 72; '32. 60.

bisbop, '32. 61; bishop of Lichfield, dies, '41. 138. Mr.

, his appointment by Mr. Stanley debated, '42. 178. Butter improper for new-born in fants, '29. 116.

duty on (1829), '30. 206 ; price of, in London in 1831, '36. 178 ; Cork, average London price of, from 1813 to 1831, '34. 184; foreign, consumption of, and duty on, in 1836, '38. 179; Batter, va. lue of, imported into United kingdom in 1827, '28. 167; and cheese, value exported for the same time, id. ib.; quantity of imported from Ireland in 1801 and 1825, '31. 162; import and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; in 1830, '32. 177; '33. 175; in 1831, '31. 15t; import and home consumption of,

and duty on, in 1837, '39. 184 ; the same. in 1838, '40. 176; the same in 1839, '41. 182; in 1840, '42. 156; exports of, from Ireland

in 1825 and 1835, '39. 189. Batter, produce of additional duties on (1840 and 1841), '42. 153.

trade (Ireland), Act for regu. lating, 10 G. IV. c. 41, '30. 182.

and cheese, quantity of imported, and rates and amouut of daty on, in 1827, 29. 195; quan. tity and declared value of exports of, in 1828, 31. 176; in 1830,'33. 179; in 1831, *34. 157; exports of, value of, in 1836, '38. 178; in 1834 and 1835, '37. 161; the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 182; the same and quantities thereof, in 1838, 40. 180; the same in 1839, '41. 187; the same

in 1840, '42. 162. Buttercup, the, 28. 35; poisonous

properties of, and remedies against,

id. 119. Butterflies, remarkable flights of, at

Grandson, Coni, Raconi, Susa, and other places, '30. 38; their

chrysallides or pupæ, *29. 29, 30. Butterfly, some of the race live

through the winter, '29. 31; ad. mirable, id. 41 ; brimstone, id. 33 : copper, id. 11; painted lady, ich ib.; red, '28. 33; early sulphur, id. ib.; tortoiseshell,'29. ib.;white, its habits, '30. 42, 43; yellow, ge

neral period of its appearance, id. Buttner, M., his account of the cusa.

toms in Lironia, relating to bees,

28. 35. Battu-bouse Green and Thorneley

Lane End Road Act, '38. 211. Button-board, duty on, '40. 146. Buxar, battle of, *32. 30. Buston, difference of time between,

and London, '31. 15. Buxton, Mr. F., his motion for the

extinction of slavery, '33. 203. Buxtorf, J.'31. 72; '32. 64. Buxus balearica, 29. 64. Buyukdere, audience of the sultan

at, to the British ambassador, '30.

263. : 71, Byker, church at, intended, '42. 206.

39.

Byng and Hume, Messrs., dinner to,

'38. 243. Byns, A., '32. 72. Byron, Lord, '31. 76; '32. 62; his reference to spring, *29. 34; he

dies, '28. 66. Bysakha, a Bengalee month, '30. 20.

a Hindustani month, '30. 25. Byssus, a green incrustation on walls,

29. 86. Byzantine history, '32. 60. Bzovius, Ab. '31. 73; '32. 76.

C. Cabaul, Kingdom of, its extent,

population, capital, religion, revenue, and army in 1828, '29. 72,

73. See CABUL. “Cabbalistic Chain," *32. 47. Cabet, M., imprisoned and fined for

libel, '33. 256. Cabinet and upholstery wares, ex : ports of, value of, in 1831 and

1835, 37. 161; the same in

1835, 1836, and 1837, '39. 182. Cabot discovers the variation of the

compass, '28. 59; discovers New

foundland, id. ib. Cabral, Alvarez de, discovers the

Brazils, '28. 59. Gabrera goes to France, and is ar

rested, '41.254. Cabul, Shah Soojab restored to the

sovereignty of, 10. 263. Sce

CABAUL. Cadaval, duke of, evacuates Lisbon,

34. 246. Cadder, population of, '33. 85. Cadet de Gassicourt, bis statement

of the average age of printers, '39.

30. Cadiz, invested by the French, *28.

65 ; evacuated by the French, '29. 214 ; a free port, '30. 260 ; insurrections at, '31. 57; '32. 236.

Consul at, his salary (1828), 31. 181. Cadmea taken by the Lacedæ

monians, '28. 51. Cadmus, 28. 50. Cæcilius, '28. 53. Cædmon, '31. 66; '32. 57. Caen, cousul at, his salary (1828),

'31. 181.

Caergwyle, population of, '33. 80. Caerlioni, Louis of, *37. 22; his

works, id. 25. CAERMANTHEN, see CARMARTHEN. CAERNARVON, see CARNARVON. Caerwys, population of, '33. 80. Cæsalpino, Andrea, '32. 56. Cæs. Ant., explanation of, '30. 30. Cæsar, Julius, *28. 53; *32. 52;

triumvir, id. ib. ; subjugates Gaul, id. ib. ; war with Pompey, id. ib.; conquests in Spain, id. ib.; his other conquests, id. ib.; Dictator, id. :b.; his war in Egypt, id. ib.; Emperor, id. ib.; is slain, id. ib.; his reforms of the Roman

calendar, '30.7. Cæsars, era of the, '30. 18.

“Lives of the," '32. 55. Caffrarian coral-tree, *31.39. Caffres molest Graham's Town,

*36, 239. Cagliari, Consul at (1828), '31.

181. Cagnoli, '31. 78. Caher, population of, in 1821 and

1831, 34. 91. Caillet, M., arrives at Toulon, '29.

244. Caisson method in bridge-founding,

by Labelye, '32. 22:2; its use and

disadvantage, '32. 232, 223. Caithnesshire, population of, and of

the principal towns of, in 1811,
1821, and 1831, value of real
property in, and its representation,
'33. 83; summary of same in
1821 and 1831, distinguishing
the sexes, id. 89; the same in
1811, '42. 108; population of,
in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and
181), and increase per cent. id.
110 occupations of persons in
(1831), '35. 96; electors, num-
ber of in, in 1836, '37. 182;
houses, number of, inhabited, un-
inhabited, and building, in 1811,
:42. 108; turnpike-gates in, rents
of, in 1833, 1831, and 1835, '37.
178 ; Statute Labour Act, '31.
211; Roads Act, '39. 213.

and Sutherland district of roads, their extent and

annual expense, '29. 84. Cairo, Vice Consul at, '31. 182.

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Cal, explanation of, '30. 30. Calendar, dissertation on the, and
Calaber, Q., '31. 65 ; '32. 50.

on its successive reforms, '28. Calabrian earthquakes, '28. 62. 1–5; derivation of the word, id. Calafat occupied by the Russians, 3; days of, id. & 15; alterod. 29. 245.

by Gregory XIII., id. 4; informa: Calais, the only possession of Eng ation connected with the, 29. 7;.

land in Frauce, 28. 58; taken information connected with the from the English, '31. 46.

celestial changes, and the natural hops, quantity of, exported phenomena of the year, '30. 6 to, and amount of duty on in 90; French Revolutionary, '30. 1838, '35. 185.

19, 20; Gregorian, '28. 59; the number of Euglish residing Jewish, of fasts and festivals, id.; at, in 1829, '30. 217; consul at, 14; of Jewish fasts and festivals, his salary (1828), '3L. 181.

29. 16; Jewish, '30. 31; for Calavista, the Greeks driven from 1831, '31. 24; for 1832, '32. 16;

the beights commanding, "28. 67. for 1833 (5593), '33. 16; for Calceolaria arachnoides, '31. 37; 1834, '34. 21; Romau, '28. 3; corymbosa, id. ib.

corrected by Numa Pompilius, Calculations of the probabilities of id. 4; further corrected by Julius

life, bow taken for assurance, '31. Cæsar, id. ib.; of the Turks, '28. 91, 92.

15; '29. 17; '30. 31; for 1831,. Calculus, differeutial, Liebnitz, '29. 31. 21; for 1832, '32. 17; for

60; Euler, Newton, Lagrange, 1833 (1248), '33. 17; for 1834, Laplace, id. ib.

'34. 25; of the Church of EngCalcutta, English established at, land, fixed festivals of, distin-.

28. 61; purchased by old Com guishing those for which offices pany (India), '32. 26; made a are appointed, &c., and which presidency, id. 27; taken by Su uot, '30. 34, 35; of Peter de rajah Dowla, id. 28; retaken, id. Dacia, '39. 55; of Roger Bacon, ib.; fortified, id. ib.; Supreme account of, id. 51; of Johu SoCourt of Judicature established mers, account of, id. ib.; in Cor. at, id. 32; forgeries at, '31. 233. pus Christi College, Cambridge,

Bishop of, metropolitan, 29.56. in India, '34. 142.

· Calendars, distinction between as. Calder, ralley of the, progress of the tronomical and ecclesiastical, '39.

Leeds and Manchester Railway 53; folding, their antiquity, &c., along, '42. 59.

'39. 53; several ancient ones reand Hebble Narigation Im. 1 ferred to, id. 51, 55. provement Act, '35. 223.

Calends, meaning of the word, '28. Calderon, 28. 60; '31. 73; '32. 3. 71.

Calenture" entry in old Bills of Caledoniau Asylum, '30. 158.

Mortality, '35. 29. Canal, particulars re Calicoes, British, duties on, relating to, from the 28th Report pealed (1 W. IV. c. 17), '39. of the Commissioners of same,

138, 139.
*33. 221 ; Tonnage rates from Calicut taken, '32. 35.
May 1833 to Day 1834, 35. California discovered, '30. 95.
193 ; expenses of, '29. 182; ex Caligula, '28. 54.
penditure on, and dues re Calippian cycle, '30. 10.
ceived from, from 1803, to May Calippus, his invention of the cycle
1838, and estimate of cost of com of 76 years, 30. 10.
pletion of same, '39. 196.

Calixtus, 31. 72; *32.61.
Society, '30. 149.

III., Pope, anathema-
Caledonians defeated by Agricola, tizes a comet, '33. 7.
28. 54.

Caliyng era, '30. 25.

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Callan, population of, in 1821 and

1831, 31. 90.
Callao, surrender of, "28. 67.
Caller berring, '28. 38.
Callimachus, '31. 64; '32. 48.

Calliope," the ship, engaged

against ibe Bogue forts, '42. 235. Callistachrs lanceolata, '31. 37. Callistbeties, astrouomy, "29. 57. Callistus Xantopulus, *31.68;'32.51. Callitris Australis, '31. 37. Calne, population and representation

of, '33. 75. Calodendrum capense, '31. 37. Calothamous quadritida, '31. 30;

Fillosa, id. ib. Calpurnius, Jul., 31. 65; *32. 53. Calthorpe, Lord, builds and endors St. George's chapel, Edgebarton, 37.232.

street, see COLD BATH FIELDS. Caltoni, Folice Amendment Act,

'41.219. Calraler Hotel, Tuubridge Wells,

account of, 38. 239. Calres, arerage annual number

taken to Smithfield market, :31.

164. Calvin. Jolin, 28. 59. Calros, '31.79; 32. 52. Calycantins floridus, '29. 61. Cajarys glabra, *31.37. Carmbeya, factory at, '32. 25. Camberwell, Collegiate School, ac

count and view of, '36. 219, 220; national schools, account and view of. '41.23 : church at, destroyeul by fire, '42. 236; new one in

course of erection, id. 206. Camborr:e. population of, '33. 59. Cambray, league of, '31. 45; peace

cf, *31. 45. Cambrensis, G., *32. 58. Cambrian Institution, '30. 163. Cambriuse, Duke of, and ex-Duke

of Brunswick, suit between in the French court, '36. 240.

Prince George of, elected K.G., '36. 247.

borough, population of (1921), 29. 81; population and representation of, '33. 38; riot at, 55. 252: election, trial for brikxty ai, 30. 241; writ fur, sus

pended, '41. 296; Gas Company Act, '33. 220; Gaol Act, '40. 213; Cambridge and London

Railway Act, '37. 223. Cambridge University, '28. 57; po

pulation of, '33. 58; its want of early scientific distinction, '37. 27 ; not noted till late for science, '39. 51; progress of buildings at, '29. 219; King's College, buildings at intended, account of, '37. 236; aniversity library and other buildings, account of, ground plans and section of part of, '40. 237, 241; petition for the removal of religious tests before taking degree in arts, law, or physic at, '35. 202; empowered to substitute declarations for oaths, '36. 128; Marquis Camden installed as chancellor of, '36. 246; Duke of Northumberland chancellor of, '41. 256; Lord Lyndhurst elected

higlı-steward of, id. ib. Cambridgeshire, extent and popu.

lation of, and number of sessions, magistrates, and parishes in, '28. 78; population of, and of the principal towns of, in 1811, 1621, and 1831; value of real property in, and its representation, '33.58; summary of same in 1821, and 1831, distinguishing the sexes, id. 89; the same in 1841, 242. 107; population of, in 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, and 1841, and in crease per cent., id. 109; extent of, in acres, *31. 84; difference of time between the different towus in, and London, '31.14; bastards, number of born in, in 1830, 34. 88; number of, in 1835 and 1837, '38. 192; county electors, number of in, in 1834 and 1835,:57. 181; Education : proportion per cent. of persons married in the year ended June 1840, who could write, -42. 171; excise licences issued, and public houses in, number of (1831), *32. 185; families, number of in, and how employeel in 1811, 1821, and 1631, 31. 86, 87; houses, number of in, in 1801, 1811, 1821, and 1831, '31. 81, 85; number of inhabited,

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