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uniuhabited, and building in, in '42. 166; endowed, unendowed, 1841, '42. 107; jurors in, in 1835, and Sunday schools in, in 1818, '37. 175; Lunatics, &c., pauper,

29. 91; unendowed day-schools proportion of to population in, in in, in 1818 and 1828, '29. 93 ; 1837, 38. 193; marriages, build number of Sunday and other ings registered for solemnization Church of England schools in, of (1840), '41. 199; proportion and of scholars in same, '33. 120; of persons married under twenty. Taxes: amount of land and asone years of age in the year ended sessed taxes of, in 1829, 31. 172; June 1840, 42. 171 ; occupa house-tax, inhabited houses ago tion of persons in (1831), '35. 14; sessed to, and rental of same, for offenders in, and proportion of year ending 5th April, 1830, '32. to population (1837), '39. 90; 106, 107; turnpike trusts, their Rates: amount of poor and extent and income in (1834), '35. county rates levied in, in 1826, 192; trusts in, and income and '29. 197; the same for 1827, and expenditure of the same in 1834, account of its expenditure, id. '37. 177; the same and length of 198; amount of poor rates levied roads in, 1839, '42. 122 ; number in, from March 1827 to March of tolls and amounts collected in 1828, and expenditure of same, trusts from 1832 to 1839, '42. '30. 216; from March 1828 to

117, 118; (Wisbech) coals and March 1829, '31. 195 ; for year cinders entered coastwise, and ending 25th March, 1830, '32. duties thereon in 1829, '31. 190. 184 ; for year ending 25th March, Cambusnethan, population of, '33. 1831, '33. 187; expended on the 85. poor in year ending Easter, 1832,

Cambyses conquers Egypt, '28, 51. 34. 174; amount of rates and Camden, William, '31. 72; *32.59. expenditure for year ending 25th

Marquis, money paid by March, 1833, -35. 189; for the him to the public revenue up to year ending 25th March, 1834, 1834, '35. 131; installed Chan. 36. 174; the same for the years cellor of Cambridge University, ending 25th March, 1835, 1836, '36. 246; he dies, '41. 255. and 1837, '38. 188; decrease of

Town to Tottenham, uew same in 1837, compared with road from, *31. 225; progress of 1831, id. 190; proportion of pau same,

'33. 226. pers relieved to the population, o Cameleon

cutter in 1839 and 1840, 42. 168; down by the “ Castor" frigate, SAVINGS BANKS, friendly and '35. 260. charitable Societies, amount of Camellia japonica, '31. 38; sasandeposits and accounts in (1831), '32. 102; savings banks, depo Camera lucida inveuted, Dr. Wolsitors and deposits increase of laston, 29. 63. between 1833 and 1834, '36. 103;

obscura, Baptista Porta, average amounts deposited in, 29. 62. and proportion of depositors to Camerarius, Joac. '31. 70; 32. 64. population of (1835), '37. 72; Caminba, P. de A., '32. 70. state of on 20th November, 1837, Camoens, '31. 71; '32. 70. '39. 134; savings banks, friendly Camomile flowers, duty on (1832), societies, and charitable institu. 33 190. tions, number of, and of depo “ Camoos," the '32. 79. sitors and amount of deposits in, Campanella, T. A., '31. 72; '32. 56. in November 1836, '38. 193; on Campanula aurea, 31. 38. 20th November, 1838, '40. 189; Campanus, '31. 68; '32. 54. on 20th November, 1839, '41. Campbell, Sir A., defeats the Bur194; on 20th November, 1840,

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mese, 28. 67.

arices

Campbell, Mr., his Bill for the re. | '40. 201; riots at Montreal, '39. gistry of deeds, '32. 189; aj".

218; salaries of the governor, pointed a real property commis judges, and other officers of, -41. sioner, 29. 239.

152, 153; society for the promoSir Jobo, appointed A: tion of education and industry in torney General, *35.255; ap Canada, '30. 156; Uvion Bill pointed Lord Chancellor of Ire horought in, '41. 204. land, and created Baron Camp Canada, Lower, ferment in, '35. bell, '42. 239.

255; Karl Gosford, governor, Bír. Thomas, his petition opens parliament, '36. 249; parin favour of extended copyright liament dissolved by Lord Guspresented, '41. 199.

ford, '38.247; provincial parliaCambletown, Argyle, population of ment dissolved by Earl Gosford,

(1821), '29. 83; in 1811, 1821, '39. 256; resolutions respecting aud 1831, '33. 82.

Lower Canada, debate on, '38. Camper, P., '31. 77; -32. 73.

200, 202 ; resolutions moved and Camper Improvement Act '10.218. carried in the Lords, *38. 203 ; Camperdown, battle of, '28. 63. defeat of the insurgents in, '39. Camphor, poisonous properties of, 248; Gorerament Bill Commit.

and remedies against, 28. 120; tee, and motion relating to Upper duty on (1832), '33. 190.

Canada, 10.206; further disturbCampo Formio, peace of, '28. 63;

in Lower Canada, '40. treaty of, 31. 54.

253; Lands Act, explaining and Campsie, population of, *33, 87. ameuding laws relating to, beld Camwood, duty on (1829), '30. in free and common socage (1 W. 198; (1832), '33. 190.

IV. c. 20), '32. 140; Indemnity Canada, '30. 94, 95; ceded to Eng Act (1 & 2 Vict. c. 112, 39.

land, *28. 62; ceded by France, 168; Act to make temporary pro31. 52; Canada Bill, debates on, rision for the governmeut of (1 : '39. 200, 201; Mr. Roebuck heard Vict. c. 9), '39. 141; Act amendat the Commons bar against, '39. ing same (2 & 3 Vict. c. 53), '40. 200; at the Lords also, id. 201; 156. Bills relating to brought ido- 10. Upper, Assembly dissolved 20+; burning of the “Caroline," by Sir Fraucis Head, '37. 231; '39. 218; clergy reserves, debates insurgents defeated at Toronto, ·011, 41. 205; resolution of the 39. 245 ; Colonel Prince's con

Judges on the clergy reserves, 41. duct iv, mentioned, 10. 203. 206 ; Company Bill, 29. 180;

Clergy Reserves Act (3 & 4 Earl of Durham Commissioner Vict. c. 78), '41. 163.

10, 39. 248, 249; resigns his go Canadas, The, date of capitulation • vernorsbip, '39. 251; his ordi and cession of, their mode of gonances, indemnity, :39. 207; bis vernment, population, imports and Report presented, '40.197; execu exports, and tonnage in wards and tionis in Canada, *39. 219; Go outwards (1831), 32. 101, 105; vernment Bill passes the Com provincial revenues of, from 1832 mo!is, .41. 209; grievauces, de to 1836, 39. 198; charges on acbates on, '36. 186, 188, 189; in count of, from 1834 to 1836, '39. surrection, address to the Queen 197; expenses of the insurrection on, '39. 200; dispatches declar in, in 1810, :42. 150; value of im. ing the rebellion suppressed, :40. ports and exports into and from, in 254; Judges, &c. in, moved that 1833, '37. 164; vessels, number they do not hold at the pleasure and tonnage of, belongiug to in of the Crown, '31. 203; resolu 1838, :40. 185; trade of the tious as w the union of Upper and United Kingdom with, from 1834 Lower, '10. 203, 204; withdrawn, to 1836, '39. 198; Act to re-unite

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the provinces of Upper and Lower, 1839, 41. 188; in 1840, 42. and for the government of Canada 163; candles and soap, quantity (3 & 4 Vict. c. 35), '41. 149, 153; and declared value of exports of mion of same proclaimed accord. to in 1840, '42. 162; coal, quaningly, '42. 236; new legislature tity of, exported to, in 1833, 35.

of same meets, id. 239.0nm 186; eotton goods, Britisb, quanCanadas, elections in, '42. 287. tity and value of exports to in

Colonel Grogan seized and 1833 and 1831, '36. 169; in taken to, '42. 242 ; delivered up 1838, '40. 182 id. 243.

Canaries and Spain, linens, exports Canadian prisoners' petition, '40. to, value of in 1838, '40. 183 ; 204.

soap and candles, value of ex. See Buckthorn, "29. 65. ports of to, in 1840, '42. 162; Canal Acts. See PRIVATE BILLS. wool and woollen, British, valne

Police Act (3 & 4 Vict. c. of, exported to, in 1832, '34. 167; 50), '41. 154.

of woollen manufactures in 1840, Bills of session 1828, 29. '42. 161; in 1833, '35. 177 ; 182; and see, for those of other value of imports from, and of exsessions, PRIVATE BILLs. Not one ports of bome produce, &c., and passed in session 1833, '34. 206. foreign and colonial merchandize

bridge, the largest in the to, in 1831, '34. 160. world, '30. 245.

Canarina campanula, '31. 38. Canals, when they commenced in Canary Isles, meridian of, '29. 58.

England, *29. 182; length of in Canary, bell-flower, '31. 38; conGreat Britain, *28. 88 ; expenses volvulus, id. ib.; foxglove, id. ib.? of and dividends from (1829), CANARY WINE. See Wines, Fo'29. 182.

REIGN and railways in progress or Cancer, deaths from within the Bills completed in 1829,'30:244-253; of Mortality, in 1827, '29. 110. in progress, 1830, 31.229_253; scrofula, and asylum for in 1832, 33. 221.

the cure of, 30. 141. -stealing from vessels on, panish Candabar occupied, '40. 258. ment for, *28. 132. See Canal Candamo, Fran. *33. 71. Police Act and Acts relating to Candia, insurrection in, '42. 239; NAVIGABLE RIVERS ; banks of, pu the same suppressed, id. 240. nishment for destroying, "28. 143. Candish, Richard, '37. 23; his

and navigable rivers, Act translation of Euclid, ich 29. providing for keeping the peace Candleberry Myrtle, '29. 66. on (3 & 4 Vict. c. 50), '41. 131. Candlemakers, Act for regalating

in the United States, list of, (1 & 2 Wm. IV. c. 19), '32. 146. now finished, in progress, or in Candlemas day, or day of purificaimmediate contemplation (1831); tion, '28. 9. their lengths, and the places to Candles, duty on in 1827, amount and from which they are made, of, '29. 187; (1829), '30. 205 ; '32. 132.

amount and rate of, from 1827 to Canaries discovered, '28. 58; '30. 1830 inclusive, '31. 178. 93; consuls and vice-consuls to,

and tallow, amount of duty where employed, and amount of on, in 1830, 1831, and 1832, '34. their salaries (1828), '31. 181; 164. Value of exports to, in 1828, '31.

wax and spermaceti, amount 177.; in 1830, '33. 160; in 1831, of duty paid on, for 1830, '32. 183. '34. 158; in 1827, 1830, 1833, and soap, value of, exported 1834, and 1835, 37. 160; in in 1827, '28. 167; in 1836, '38. 1836, '38. 173 ; in 1836 and 1837, 178; in 1834 and 1835, 37. 161; *39. 189; in 1838, '40. 181; in the same in 1835, 1836, and 1837,

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'39. 183; the same and quantities thereof in 1838, '40. 180; the same in 1839, '41. 187 ; exports of, from Ireland, in 1825 and

1835, '39. 189. Candlish, Mr., question as to his

appoiutment to the professorship of Biblical Criticism at Edinburgh, agitated in the House of

Commous, '42. 177. Candolle, M. de, on the colouring

of leaves, '30. 45. Candollea cuneiformis, '31. 38. Candy-tust, the, '28. 36. Caninio, Angelo, '31. 70; '32. 55. Canino, Prince de, dies, '41. 138. Canitz, l'on, '31. 74; '32. 65. Cannæ, battle of, '28. 52. Canning, Mr., his first appointment,

28. 63; made Chancellor of the Exchequer and Prime Minister, id. 69; his motion on the cornlaws, id. ib.; bis resolutions and proposal of a corn-duty on averages, '39. 84; dies, '28. 69 ; pen• sion of his family debated, 29. 209, 211; his statue in New Palace-yard, '33. 214.

Hon. Captain, drowned, 29. 244.

Mr. Stratford, returns to London from the Porte, '29. 235.

Mr. Consul-General, his opinion on the probability of an increased supply of grain from Hamburg, '42. 87.

administration, .28. 69.

River, population of, on 31st Dec. 1834, '36. 182. Cannon, &c., not to be fired near

dwelling-house, '40. 154. Caunon Brewery, Act for sale of,

42. 126. Canou, Jobn, '37. 22. Carouby, population of, '33. 83. Cantacuzemus, John, '31. 68; '32.

51. Cantemir, '31. 75; '32. 76. Canterbury, population of (1821),

29. 81; population and representation of, '33, 64; difference of time between, and London, '31. 17; the Canterbury bells, "28. 36 ; great public meeting at, to consider the state of the country,

'31. 239; Paving Act Amendment Act, '42. 193; Canterbury and Whitstable Railway Bill, "29. 182; Railway, account of, '37.

103; '41. 66. Canterbury, fdiocese of, number of

parishes, benefices, and churches, and chapels in, and amount of population of (1834), '35. 125; revenues of Archbishop, of cathedral, and of the benetices ; sums paid to curates, and in whom the patronage of benefices is vested, and other facts relating to same (1835), '36. 82-89; proviuce of, dioceses within the, 28. 88; number of Sunday schools iu the, in 1826, '29. 95.

- Archbishop of (Sutton), dies, '29. 242.

Viscount, Mr. C. M. Suttou created, '36. 241; appointed Commissioner to Canada, 36. 168; motion for compensatiou to, rejected, '39. 199.

election committee, conduct of, remarked on in the House of Commons, '42. 180.

Gervase of, '32. 58. “Canterbury Tales,"' *32. 58. Cantharides, duty on (1832), '33. 190. Cautharis, poisonous properties of,

28. 116; treatment of persons

having swallowed, id. ib. Canton, Lord Napier's proceedings

at, relating to the trade, '36. 238; fire at, 37. 251 ; blockaded, '41. 256; same continued, '42. 233; Bogue forts at, captured, il. 235; capitulation of, id. 238, 239 ; trade to, value of, 1833,

1834, '41. 193. Canun, a Syrian month, '30.17. Canute, king of England, '28. 56 ;

his rebuke to his courtiers, id. ib. Caoutchouc, duty on (1832), '33. 190.

Company, London, Act, 38. 209. Capacity and solidity, measures of, 29. 112.

measures of, in France, '30. 116-118. Cape Aitonia, '31. 37. Cape Breton, period of settlemeut

174 ;

of, how governed, population, imports and exports, and tonnage inwards and outwards (1831), '32. 101, 105; value of imports and exports into and from, in 1833, '37. 164; ressels, number and tonnage of, belonging to, in

1838, '40. 185. Cape Diamond, fall of, '42. 238. Cape of Good Hope, discovered,

28. 59; '30. 93 ; date of capitulation of, how governed, popula. tion, imports and exports, and tonnage inwards and outwards (1831), '32. 104, 105; gale at, 32. 258 ; Sir Benjamin D'Urban governor of, '35. 253; the Caffres molest Graham's Town, '36. 239; education, state of, and amount of population at, '34. 181; emigrants to, from the United Kingdom, from 1820 to 1830, id. 179; in 1832, 1833, and 1834, '36. 182; slaves, num. ber of in; appraised value of; sales of from 1822 to 1830, and amount and rate of compensation for, '39. 195 ; laws in force in, extended to adjacent territories (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 57), '37. 127; coals, quantity of, exported to, in 1833, 35. 186; cotton, quantity imported from, in 1833 and 1834, '36. 168; cotton goods, British, quantity and value of exports to, in 1833 and 1834, '36. 169; in 1835, '37. 167; in 1838, '40. 182; rum, quantity of, exported to, in 1831, '33. 183; silk manufactures, exports to, value of, in 1838, '40. 183; snuff, quantity of, imported from, in 1833, '35. 183; wool and woollens, British, value of, exported to, in 1832, '34. 167; wool, imports of, from, and value of exports of British woollens to, in 1833, '35. 176, 177; quantity of, imported from 1840, '42. 163; value of exports of woollen manufactures in 1840, id. 161; value of exports of British produce, &c. to, in 1830, *33. 180; in 1831, '34. 158; in 1827, 1830, 1833, 1834, and 1835, '37. 160; in 1836, '38.

in 1836 and 1837, '89. 190, in 1838, '40. 181; in 1839, '41. 188 ; in 1840, 42. 163; value and particulars of, in 1838, '40. 183; value of imports from, and exports of home prodnce, &c., and foreign and colonial merchandize to, in 1831, '34. 160; value of imports and ex. ports into and from, in 1833, '37.

165. Cape Haitian, Vice Consul at, his

salary (1828), '30. 183. Cape Horn, doubled, '30. 96. Cape Verd, discovered, '30. 03. Cape-de-Verde Islands, discovered,

'28. 58; '30. 93; Consul at, his salary (1828), 31. 181; value of exports to, in 1828, '31. 177; value of exports of British produce, &c., to 1830, '33. 180; value of exports to, in 1831, '34. 158; 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; in 1840, '42. 163; value of imports from and exports of home produce, &c., and foreign and colonial merchandize to, in

1831, '34. 160. Cape of Tempests, '30. 93. Cape Bladder senna, '31. 43; Bur

chellia, id. 37; Chesnut, id. ib.; Ekebergia, id. 39; Laurophyllus, id. 41; Lead-wort, id. 42; Ochna, id. ib.; Trumpet-flower, id. 37.

Wine, quantity eutered for home consumption, amount and rate of duty on, in 1827, '29. 191;

duties on (1929), '30. 205. CAPE WINE, see Wines, FOREIGN. Capella, Martianus, '32. 53. Capellari, Cardinal, elected pope,

'32. 236. Capelli, Dr. C. C., dies, '39. 142. Capers, duty on (1829), '30. 204. Capet, race of kings of France, '28.

56.

Capillary attraction discovered, "29.

61. Capital, what it is, '34. 34; direct

taxes on (1829), '30. 206. Capital punishments, their impo

licy, '36. 46; Act abolishiug, in

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