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Casts, gift of, to the British Museum Cato, Marcus Portius, "28. 63; 31.

by the Royal Academy, '84. 189. 65; '32. 52. Casualties and diseases within the “Cato," '32. 61. bills of mortality in 1827;"29.

street plot, '28. 06. KK 110.

Cats, J., '31. 73; '32. ib. v. 15) Caswini, :31. 69; '92. 78.

Cattle and sheep, number of, sold in CAT SKINS, Bee FURS.

Smithfield market from 1820 to Catai, o Kita (Cathay), formerly 1831, '34. 183.

one of the grand divisions of Chi Cattle, driving of, &c., with cruelty, na, '29. 60.

penalty for, "36. 127; impounded, Catalonia added to Aragon, '28. 58. keeping without food, penalty Catalonian jasmime, '31. 10.

for, '36. 127; killing or wound. Catalpa syringæfolia, '29. 64.

ing, punishment for, *28. 144; Cataract, institution for the gratui stealing or killing, punishment tous cure of, '38. 41.

for, id. 133; stealing, not puCateaton-street, improvements in, nishable with death (2 and 3 42. 103.

Wm. IV. c. 62), '33. 148 ; steat: Cateau Cambresis, peace of, '31. 46. ing, number of cases of, from « Catechism of Arithmetic" referred 1833 to 1836, '38. 185; average to, '41. 21.

number of cases prosecuted beCatecbu, or Terra Japonica, duty fore and after the abolition of the on (1832), '33. 193.

punishment of death for,'42, 103. Catenary, with the analysis, "29. 62. mills, -29.61. Caterpillar of the hawk-moth, '29. Catton, Walter, '37. 22; his works, 38.

id. 25. Caterpillars, their power of living Catullus, "28. 53; 31. 65; "32. 62.

with scanty food, id. 29; unusual Cac, 31. 73; 32 : swarms of, '30. 40.

Causes, number of, entered for trial Cathay, formerly one of the great in the Court of King's Bench; divisions of China, '29. 80.

Common Pleas, and Exchequer Cathedrals, revenues of, in England for each of the years from 1820

and Wales (1835), '36. 83; re to 1826 inclusive, '28. 169. pairs of, provided for in certain Cavalcanti, Guido, '31. 68; -32. 54. cases, '37. 144.

Cavalieri, B., *31. 72; *32. 56; his Catholic Association in Ireland re treatise on tides referred to, '30. 52.

sumes its sittings, '29. 242; men. Cavalry, numbers of, and whether tioned in the king's speech, '30. English, Scotch, or Irish, in the 218; Act relating to it, '28. 67; British army in 1830 and 1810, Act for rappression of, 10 G. IV. '42. 171. c. 1, '30. 165 ; dissolved, id. 260. Cavan, population of, in 1821 and

- Emancipation recommended 1831, 34. 91; electors, number in the king's speech, id. 218.

of in, in 1831, '37. 182. 3 ris. relief bill rejected by the Cavanillas, 31. 77; '32. 12 lords, *28. 65; debated, '30. 221 Cavantou, M., on the colouring of -221; passes, id. 261; Act, 10 leaves, '30. 45. G. IV. c. 7, '30. 167–170. Cave, Nathaniel, his case brought rent collected, '28.66.

before the House of Commons, soldiers in India, their treat

'41. 206. ment mentioned in the House of Cave Hill, &c, Railway Act, '36. Lords, '42. 187.

210; and Belfast Railway Act,'33. Catiline's conspiracy, '28.-33.

211 ; Railway, particulars of,'41. Catkins, method of using, to render 70; opening of, id. 91. . ;

cultivated nut-trees fertile, 29. Cavello, Mount, defeat of the Mi33; of the willow, id. 31; of the guefites on, '34. 213... -filbert and hazel, id. 38

... Cavendish, '31. 70; '32. 59.!!

Cavendish, his experiment, account of, '38. 26–43.

chapel, Ramsgate, account of, '41. 232, 233. Caverns, prevalence of, in the Julian

Alus, *33. 38. Caversham bridge, repairs of, '31.

222. Caxton, Wm., '31. 70; '32. 59 ;

brings printing into England, .28. 58; date of bis 6 Mirrour the

World," "29. 56. Ceanothus cæruleus, '31. 38. Cecco d'Ascoli, '32. 54. Cedar, duty on (1829), '30. 198; (1836), '37. 128.

Bermudas, '29. 65; of Goa, id. ib.; of Lebanon, id. 66 ; remarkable fact relating to, id. 29;

red, id. 65. Cedrenus, George, 31. 66;'32. 50. Cefn Llys, population of, '33. 81. Celandine, the, 28. 35; 29. 33;

referred to by Wordsworth, id. ib. Celestial changes, information con

nected with the, '29. 7; and with the calendar, and the natural phenomena of the year, '30. 6-90.

globes, barbarous figures their origin, &c., '42. 22.

inequalities, La Grange, 29. 59; motions, Copernicus, id. ib.

phenomenon of the year, '28. 21–30; observations ou, id. ib. ; superstitious observances of, id. 22, 23.

signs of the Chinese, '30. 27. Cellarius, C., '31. 74; '32. 65. Cellars, leaving entrances to, open,

law relating to (1829), '30. 138. Cellini, B., '31. 70; '32.55. Celsius's Thermometer, '29. 63 ; bis

“ Thermomètre Centigrade," a

dopted by the French, '30. 90. Cels Hovea, '31. 40. Celsus, C., id. 65; "32. 52.

Pompouius Mela, 28. 51. Celtes, Conrad, '31. 70 ; '32. 64. Celtis australis, '29. 61. Cemetery at Kensal Green, progress

of, '33. 218; new general, Harrow road, description of,'31, 216, 217.

Cemetery (Metropolis) Act, '33. 210.

City of London and Tower Hamlets, consecrated, '42.212. CEMETERYACTs, see Private BILLS. Censorinus, '31. 65 ; *32. 53. Censors at Rome, '28. 51. Census, importance of its correctness

pointed out, '40. 101-103; for 1831, observations on and facts relating to, '40. 93—108; Acts for taking of population of Eng. land and Ireland (3 and 4 Vict. C. 99 and 100), '41. 167, 168 ; census of Great Britain as taken in 1841, '12. 107-111.

see further POPULATION. Cent (Dutch), its value (1829), '30.

105. Centessimal proportion of male and

female offenders compared with the population in each county of Englaud and Wales (1834), '36. 44; of the ages of criminals in 1834, 1835, 1836, 38. 180; of cominitments and convictions for of. feuces before and after the aboli. tion of capital punishment in certain cases, '38. 186, 187; of convictions to commitments, '41.

193. Centigrade thermometer,Celsius,'29.

on,

63.

Centime (France), its value, &c.

(1829), '30. 104. Centimètre (French), its value, id.

113. Central Criminal Court Bill brought

iu by Lord Chancellor Brougham, '35. 203; Act for the establishment of (4 Wm. IV. c. 36), '35.110-142; number of persons tried at, in 1831 aud 1933, 37. 174; in 1835, 1837, and 1839,

41. 115. Central national schools, '30. 160. Centres for arches of Loudou bridge,

their construction described and

diagrams given, '32. 221–227. “Century of Inventious," "29. 63. Ceo, Viol do, '32. 71. Ceratonia siliqua, *31. 38. Cereis siliquastrum, '29. 64. Ceres, planet, discovered, '28. 63;

Piazzi, '29. 59. Certificates and licences, stamps ou,

amounts of, in 1837, 39. 178; the Poor Law Commissioners referred same io 1838, '40. 173.?

to, '34. 38. Certificates of judges for speedy exe “ Chæreus and Callinthoe," *32. 50.

cution (1 W. IV. c. 7), '32. 137. Chærones, battle of, '28. 32. Certiorari not allowed on appeals, Chafe-Was Office abolished, *34.

'28. 141; taken away apless with 175. leare (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 33), Chaffinch, the, 28. 31; of Essex '36. 120, 121.

more valued than others, '29. 32; Cerura vinula, '29. 34, 38.

of Sweden, peculiarity in the mi. Cerrantes, '31. 73; +32 71; dies, gration of, íd. 41. 28. 60.

Chains, hanging in, Act abolishing Cesalpino, '31. 70.

the practice of (4 W. IV. c. 26), Cesarean era of Antioch, *30. 18.

33. 135. Cesarotti, '31. 76.

Chalcondyles, Demetrius, '31. 70; Cessio Bonorum, Act regulating the '32.51. Process of (6 and 7 W. IV. C.

Laon, '31. 70. 56), '37. 12..

Chaldean kingdom, '28. 50. Ceuta, capture of, '28. 58.

Chalk, daty on (1829), '30. 201; Cerennes chain of the Alpine moun (1836), '37.128.

tains, and their several heights, Challenge, peremptory, regulated, '33. 29, 30; alphabetical indes 28. 129. to same, &co, ich 4933.

Chalmers, Alex., dies, '36. 108. Ceylon, island of, discovered, '30. Chambord, treaty of, '31. 46.

91; taken by the English, *28. Chamber of Deputies opened by the 62, 63; its extent and population Duke of Orleans, '31. 237. in 1828, '29. 72, 73; date of ca

of Commerce at Manchespitulation of, how governed, popu ter, its table of prices and wages lation, imports and exports, and from 1810 to 1814, '34. 48. omage inwards and outwards Chambers, Eph., '31. 74; '32. 61. 1831), '32. 104, 105; half-far.

Dr., examined by the hings coined for, in 1837, 39. House of Commous, '41. 203. 181; brass and copper manufac.

Messrs. W. and R., dintures, exports to, value of, in 1838, der to, at Peebles, '42. 241. '40. 183; and India, cotton, quan Chamisso, Adalbert von dies, '39.142. tity imported from, from 1831 to Champollion, M., with other men 1834, 36. 168 ; cotton goods, va of science, embarks for Egypt, lue of, exported to, in 1832, '35. 29. 242. 178; quantity and value of, in Chance, ancient deity of, "28. 126. 1833 and 1834, '36. 169; in 1835, Chancellor, Lord, Lord Brougham '37. 167 ; hardwares and cutlery, and Vaux, '31, 240; Lord Cot. exports to, value of, in 1838, '40. tenbam, '37.252; Lord Lyndhurst, 183; iron and steel, esports to, *28. 69; '29. 234; 36. 239. value of, in 1838, id. ib.; ma

of Ireland, Lord Plunchinery, exports to, ralae of, in kett, 31. 240. 1838, id. ib.; general exports to,

of the Exchequer, see Alvalue of, in 1828, 31. 177; in THORP, CANNING, HERRIES, PEEL, 1830, '33. 180; the same in 1831, ROBINSON, and see ExCH BQUER. '31. 159; in 1827, 1830, 1833, Chancery commission appointed,

28. 1831, and 1835, '37. 160; in 66. 1836, '33. 174; in 1836 and 1837,

Court of, Bankruptcy ju. '39. 190; in 1838, '40. 181; in risdiction of, discussed in the 1839, 41. 188; value of imports Commons, 28. 69; jurisdiction and exports into and from, in 1833, of, in bankruptcy, transferred to '37. 165.

Court of Review (1 and 2 W. Chadwick, Mr., his Report to the IV. c. 56), *32. 161.

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Chancery, bills for regularing the

Court of, introduced by Lord Brougham, '32. 191; bill for bet. ter regulating the Court of brought in by Lord Broagbam, i11.212; business of, during three years end. ing Hilary Texm, 1833, 35. 187.

Judge, bill for appointment of an additional, passed the Lords, *31. 205; 31. 207; new bill for additional judges brought in, '42. 173; Act for same (5 Vict. c. 5), id. 112-144; and see beJow, CUANCERY, VICE-CHANCEL

LORS.

Masters in, Act for.giving retiring pensions to (3 and 4 Vict. c. 3!), '41. 148; offices, abolition Act (2 and 3 W. IV. c. 111), '33. 161; offices abolished, and the salaries of same, *31. 175; Act providing for the performance of the duties of the abolished offices (3 and 4 W. IV. C. 81), *31. 140; orders, new, issued, '29. 236; record offices of the Court of, :33. 95; mitors' fund, amount of, in 1819.to 1823, '80.214; in 1829, 31. 194.

Vice Chancellor's bill in. troduced, 11. 204; withdrawn, id. 212; new bill brought in, ’12. 173; Act for, 5 Vict. c. 5, passed, id. 112144; and see above,

CHANCERT JUDGE BILL. Chances, doctrine of, *28. 126. Chandlernagore taken by the Eng

lish, '92. 28; id. 34. Chandos, Marquis, bis motion on the sugar duties, '31. 206; his Bale of game bill read a second time, '32. 188; his motions on agricultural distress, '33. 199; 210; 36. 191; '37. 199. Chapgamera, kingdom of, its extent,

population, sovereign, capitul, re. ligion, and any, in 1828, '29. 74, 75. Chantelauze, M., trial and sentence

of, '32. 235. Chantrell, Mr. R. D., architect: of

the new church at Headingly,"89.

221; of Skipton churcle, aid. ib. Chantrey, Mr., bis statue of Mr.

Pitt in Hanover Square, *32.218;

his mourament to Sir R. C. Keats,

'36.249. Chapel, buming of, punishment for

(1828), "28. 142; for pubing dowu, id. 143; setting fire to, punislıment for (1837), 38. 161.

- robbery in, punishmeut for (1828), '28. 131; and see farther

SACRILEGE. Chapelain, J., *31. 73 ; '32. 68. Chapel-en-le-Frith, population of,

'33. 60. Chapels of Ease, Ireland, Act to

encourage the endowment and building of (6 and 7 W.IV... 31), '37. 119. Chapels and Churches, number of,

in each diocese in Eugland (1634),

35. 125. Chapels building at various places,

viz. : at Barton, St. Michael, Gloucester, built, '42. 206 ; .at Buda, Cornwall, *35, 230; at Cliftou, King's Parade, built, '42. 206 ; at Danford, built and endowed by G. H. Cherry, Esq., '35.230; at Fareham, id. 230; in Great George Street, Liverpool, notice of, '42. 216 ; at High Orchard, built and endowed by Rev. Samuel Lysons, id. 206 ; at Houghton, built, id. 207; at Leven, 35. 230; at Litherland, built, '42. 207; at Mineham, :35. 230; at North Shields, completed, '37. 229; at Poplar, Trinity Chapel, account and views of, '42.210—213; atSt. Mary, Dover, completed,'37.229; .at Southall Green, built and endowed by Henry Dobbs, Fosq., :42. 206 ; -at Twickenham, built, l. 207; at Wray, built, id. ib.; see

further, Cuarels and CHURCHES. CHARCOAL, ANIMAL, see Bones of

ANIMALS. Chard Canal, further Act, '41. 221; Amandment Act, '42. 197.

and Creech St. Michael Ca. nal Act, '35. 220. Charente and La Rochelle, consul

at, bis salary (1828), '31. 181. Charges, number of, preferred against

parties in each year from 1834 t:)

1810, 42. 100. Charing Cross improvements, '30.

.238; '81, 215, 216; progrou of, 38. 213; and Strand improve

wento progress of, '34.-210, N1. Charing Cross Hospital, 30. 140;

first stone of, laid by the Duke of Sunsex, '32. 220; foundations laid,

31. 219. Charitable institations in and near

London,table of,sapported wholly or in part by voluntary contributions, '30. 139; pumbar- and investments of, in each county of England on 20th Nov. 1837, '39, 134; on 20th Nov. 1840, '42. 166,

167 CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS, imee

SAVINGS BANKS. Charitable literary and scientific,in

stitutions in and near London, '31. 138.

fund and dispenery, '80. 143, 144.

lan societies in Ireland, State of the (1830), '31. 112, 113; (Scotland) Amendment Act, 10 GIV. c. 42, '30. 182.

societies, number of accounts in, in each county in England (1831), '32. 102; in Wales (1831), id. 103; in Ireland (1831), id. ib.

-purposes, society for, '30. 149; in Marylebone and Westminster, id. 152.

Trustees Bill rejected in the Lords, '37. 213. Charities, summary of, in several

counties of England and Wales, showing their rental and the in

come devoted to educational purCharities Inquiry Continuance Act,

10 G. IV. c. 57, '30. 193; Act for appointing Commissioners to continue the inquiries concerning, in England and Wales, until March 1st, 1837 (5 and 6 W.

IV. c. 71), '36. 131, 132. Chariton, '81.-65; '32.5A. Charity Commission, expenses of,

up to 1836, 38. 196 ; Commission Continuance Act (5 and 6 W. IV.671) '36. 131, 132; Commissioners bold their first meeting, '36.250; counties and places in

vestigated by ap to May, 1898,

29. 200. Charity property; amount of income

of, in several counties in Englanil. (1834), '35. 191.

schools, anniversary of the, in St. Paul's, '80: 159; '36.-246. Charlemagne overcomes the Saxonil

, '28. 56; the Sorbes, id. ib.;. the Vandals, idh ib.; becomes Emper ror of the Romans, id. ib. ; dies,

id. ib.; “ Life of," :32. 63. Charlemont Road Repair Act, '36.

209. Charles I. bebeaded, '28. 60; mar

tyrdom of, a fast of the Church of

England, '28. 9. .", Charles V., History of,“ '32. 62;

the VI., '28. 61; Emperor, diss,
'31. 51; the VII. crowned, '28..
58; X. of France crowned, id.
66; retires to Rambouillet, 31. -
273; abdicates in favour of the
Duke of Bourdeaux,id. ib.; arrive.
in England, id. ib. ; leaves Holy.
rood House, '33.231; the XII., 28.
61; the XIII., id. 64; the Bald,
id. 56.

Emanuel II., id. 60.

Felix, king of Sardinia, dies, '32. 237.

and Roberts's balloon, '29.55. Charleston, consul at, his salary

(1828), '31. 182. Charleville, population of, in 1821

and 1831, '34. 90. Charlotte, Princess, dies, 28. 65. Charlton, Mr. Lochmere, M.P., 65.

rest of, for contempt of the Court of Chancery; committee 'on, and its report, 38. 198, and *. Charron, Pierre, '31. 71; 32. 67. Charshambe, a Turkish day, '30. 21. “ Charta Regales," *32. 66. Charter granted to London, "28. 57.

House, population, &c., of, id. 86, 87. Chartered Gas Light Company, '29.

181. Charters of incorporation of Bolton, &c, validity of, determined, '42.

236. Chartie, Alain, '31.71; '32. 67. Chartism, trials for, in 1839, 1840,

:42. 101, 102.

poves, '36. 175.

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