Oldalképek
PDF
ePub
[ocr errors]

Small-pox, number of deaths from,

and from vaccination, in similar periods in 1840 aud 1811, '13.

39. Smee, Mr., his observations on the

usefulness of the electrotype pro

cess, '43. 20. Smirke, Mr. S., architect of part of

the Temple Church alterations,

43. 231. Smith, Mr., of Deanston, his im.

provements for health in his factory, '43. 36.

Mr. Beaumont, transported, 43. 257.

Mr. G., architect of the Greenwich Railway Statious, '43. 239.

Mr. T. H., his remarks on bad drainage in Bromley Union, 13. 22.

Sir Sidney, proposed monument to, '43. 219. Snuff, &c., expenditure of working

classes in, '43. 36. Soap, charged with duty (1841), '43.

195. Sommerard, Du, dies, '43. 128. South Australia, sale of Crown waste

lands (5 and 6 Vict. c. 36), 13.

149, 150. South-Eastern (Dover) Railway, ex.

tent of, and length opened, '43.

68; some account of, id. 76. Southern whale fisheries, value of

exports to (1811), '43. 187. Spaini, value of exports to (1841),

'13. 187. Special Commissions, '43. 260. Specula, for telescopes, electro-gild

ing applied to, '43. 17, 18. Spencer, Mr., his application of the

electrotype process, '43. 15. Spices, duty on (1842), '43. 81. Spirits, annual sum expended 01,

by working-people, '43. 36; num. ber of gallons distilled in each kingdom, and imported from one to the other, &c. &c., in year ended 5th January, 1842, id. 194; number of proof gallons, and all spirits that paid duty, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and net duty, for the year ending 5th January, 1842, id. ib.; duty ou (1842), id. 112.

Spitalfields, deterioration of the po

pulation of, '43. 31. Stage Carriages Stamp Duties Re

peal Act (5 and 6 Vict. c. 79),

13. 157. Stafford Special Commission, '43.

260. Stamp Duties on Stage Carriages,

and Railway Passengers Act (5

and 6 Vict. c. 79), '43. 157. Stamps, revenue of, in each year,

from 1815 to 1842, 43. 180; net produce of, in each quarter ending October 1811 and 1842, id. 179; revenue of, in 1811-2,

id. 177. Stationers' Company, entitled to

cupy of printed books, '43. 152; registry book of printed books to be kept by, id. ib.

Hall, registry book to be kept at, '43. 152. Statistics of crime in England and

Wales (1811), '43. 120-125 Steam-vessels ; see Ships, V'ESSELS. Steinheil, Professor, electrical tele

graphı, 43. 7; electro-gilding, id.

17. Stones, duty on (1812), '43. 110.

Strikes," most frequently caused by young men, '13. 31, 32; in

the midland counties, id. 259. Sturgeon, Mr., his contrivance of

electricity as a moving power,

43. 6. Submarine operations, application

of electricity to, '43. 3—5. Subornation of perjury, not triable at

sessions, '43. 151. Sugar, quantity imported from the

West Indies and British Guiana, from 1831 to 1841, '43. 189;

duty on (1842), id. 119. Sumatra, &c., value of exports to

(1811), '43. 187. Sun Assurance Office, account of,

'13. 246, 247. Surgeon of the Queen's Prison, his

salary, '43. 136. Survey of new buildings, expenses

of, '43. 38. Surveyors, the most efficient, pointed

out, '43. 38. Sweden, value of exports to (1841),

43. 187.

[ocr errors]

Syria, value of cxports to (1841),

'43. 187.

T.

Talbot, Mr. Fox, electro-gilding, '43. 17.

Mr. Henry Fox, electromagnetic machines, '43. 6. Tariff debates ; see CHRONICLE OF

THE SESSION. Tariffs, old and new, '43. 81--119. Tatham, C. H., dies, '43. 127. Taxes, net produce of, in each quar

ter euding October 1841 and 1842, 43. 179; revenue of (1841 -2), id. 177; revenue of, in each year, from 1815 to 1842, id. 180; imposed, amount of, in each year, from 1815 to 1842, id. ib.; repealed, amount of, in each year,

from 1815 to 1842, id. ib. Tea, duty on (1842), '43. 11l;

quantities of, imported into, exported from, and retained for home use, in the United Kingdom, in each year, from 1832 to 1841, id. 188; stock of, at London, Liverpool, Bristol, Glasgow, and Leith, ou 5th January, 1840, and same, 1841, id. 188 +; ratio of increased use of, to population

(1840), id. ib. Telegraph, electrical, '43. 7–14;

on the Blackwall Railway, described, id. 8–9; in use, on other railways, id. 9.

electro-magnetic, applied to transmission of printed mese sages, '43. 13; Professor Wheat. stone, id. 9; magnetic needle, of Professor Wheatstone, described, id. 9, 10.

clocks, described, '43. 13, 14. Telescope reflectors, endeavour to

produce, by galvanism, '43. 17. Temple Church improvement, '43.

234. Texas, value of exports to (1841),

'43. 187. Thames Tunnel, opened on Wap

ping side, '13. 259. Thanksgiving for good harvest, '43.

260.

Theakston, J., dies, '43. 127. Tbormeyer, dies, '43. 127. Threadneedle - street, Moxbay's

building, account of, '43. 247. Tiles, duty on (1842), '43. 110. Timber, duty on (1842), '43. 87. Tindal, C. J., opens Special Com

mission at Stafford, '43. 260. Title-deeds, stealing, &c., not tri.

able at sessions, '43. 151. Tobacco, duty on (1842), '43. 111;

unmanufactured, that paid duty in 1839, 1840, 1841, and half 1842, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, id. 195; annual expend. iture of the working classes in,

id. 36. Tonnage, and number of vessels,

distinguishing the countries to which they belonged, wbich entered inwards, and cleared out. wards, in the year ended 5th Ja. nuary, 1842, '43. 188; see fur

ther SHIPS, VESSELS. Trade : quantities, and declared

value of British and Irish produce, and manufactures, exported in 1841, 43. 186; quantities of some of the principal articles of foreign and colouial merchandise imported, and retained for home consumption, in 1841, with net produce of duty thereon, id. 183; annual average, imports and exports (Scotland), for five years, ending 1827, ditto 1841, id. 189; account of imports and exports, for the years 1839, 1840, and 1841, id. 182; coal brought to London in 1841, exports of, to what couutries, and how exported &c. &c., id. 189; imports of sugar, molasses, rum, coffee, and cocoa, from West Indies and British Guiana, from 1831 to 1811, id. ib.; quantities of tea imported into, and exported from, and retained for home use, in the United Kingdom, in each year, from 1832 to 1841, id. 188 ; muimber and tonnage of vessels, distinguishing the countries to which they belonged, entered inwards, and cleared outwards, in year ended 5th January, 1842, id. ib.;

V.

ships registered in England, Scotland and Ireland, entered coastwise, entered and cleared to and from the colonies, and whether steam or sailing vessels (1811), '43. 190; ships, tonnage, and men, which arrived from China, at London and outports, from 1836 to 1841, id. ib. ; countries to which, and value of, to each, the British and Irish produce and manufactures were exported, in

181, id. 187. Trades, tax on, :43. 136. Trafalgar-square, progress of works

at, '13. 230. Transportation for life, offences ori

ginally liable to, not triable at sessions, '43. 150.

average sentences of, in 1834-7, and 1841, '43. 123; number of, in 1839, 1810, and

1841, id. 124. Treasuli, pot triable at sessions, '43. 150.

misprision of, not triable at sessions, '43. 150. Trimen, Mr. A., architect of the

Wesleyan Institution, Richmond,

'43. 242. Trinity College, Dublin, printed

books to be given to, '43. 152. Tripoli, &c., value of exports to

(1841), '43. 187. Truro, bad drainage at. 43. 22. Tunis, &c., value of exports to

(1811), '43. 187. Turkey, value of exports to (1811),

'43. 187. Tyler, President, vetves the Tariff Bill, '43. 259; signs the Tariff Bill, id. 260.

Vaccination, advantages of, proved

in relative number of deaths in a particular period, '43. 39. Vaccine Act, in how many parishes in operation (1841), '43. 39.

Institution, National, annual report of (1841), '43. 39. Van Dieman's Land Government

Act (5 and 6 l'ict. c. 76), '43. 155, 156; sale of Crown waste lands (5 and 6 Vict. c. 36), id.

149, 150. Ventilation, insufficiency of, in seve

ral parts us the kingdom, '43. 22, Versailles Railway, accident, '43.

258. Vessels, number and tonnage of, dis

tinguishing the countries to which they belonged, which eutered in. wards and cleared outwards, in year ended 5th January, 1842, 43. 188; see further, Ships, Ton

NAGE. Villiers, Mr., his resolution relating

to the corn laws negatived, '43. 204.

et seq.

W.

U.

Wages, not a fair test of average

mortality, '43. 30. Wales, Prince of, christened, '43.

257. Walhalla, opened, *43. 260. Walker, Mr., his observations on

drainage, '43. 25, 26; his account

of electro-gilding, id. 17. Warwick and Leamington Union

Railway, its intended line, :43. 66 ; some particulars relating to,

id. 78. Water, obstacles to the supply of,

are pecuniary, '43. 36 ; suggested improvements in the supply of, in large towns, id. 37; observations on the defective supply of, in towns, id. 28.

Acts, titles of, passed in session 1812, '43. 223.

lane, improvements in, '43. 231.

Ulster Railway, extent of, and length

opeu, '43. 68 · some account of,

id. 76. Unclaimed dividends, amount of

(1811-2), '43. 178. United States, value of exports to

(1811), '43. 187. Unlawful combinations, in some

cases not triable at sessions, '43. 151.

Wellesley, Marquis, dies, '43. 128. Wellington Arcade, '43. 231. Wesleyan Theological Institution,

Richmond, account and view of,

'43. 242-244. West India Bishoprics Act (5 Vict. c. 4), '43. 129.

Índies, number of emigrants to (1841), '43. 197 ; computed duration of voyage to, id. 161; British, value of exports to (1841), id. 187; and British Guiana, imports of sugar, molasses, rum, coffee, and cocoa from, from 1831 to 1841, id. 189.

Foreign, value of exports to (1841), 43. 187. Western Australia, sale of Crown

waste lands (5 and 6 Vict. c. 36),

'43. 149, 160. Whale fisheries, southern, value of

exports to (1841), '43. 187. Wheat, duty on (1842), '43. 132;

prices of, from 15th July, 1828, to 29th April, 1842, id. 198; price of, from 1835 to 1841, id. 196; see further, CORN. Wheatstone, Professor, electro-gild

ing, '43. 17; electro-magnetic machines, id. 6; his electro-magnetic telegraph, id. 9; his magnetic needle telegraph described, id. 9, 10; velocity of electric current,

id. 2. Whitechapel, and St. George Hano

ver-square, average proportionate

mortality in, '43. 29. Widows, number of, among the la

bouring classes, '43. 32. Wiebeking, Cavalier von, dies, '43.

128. Willement, Mr., his windows in the

Temple Church, '43. 235. William IV., statue of, delayed, '43.

230.

Wills, stealing, &c., not triable at

sessions, :43. 151. Wilton Church, description, plan,

and view of, '43. 235–239. Wine, foreign, that paid duty for

home consumption, and quantities in bond, on 5th January, 1842,

'43. 195. Wines, duty on (1842), '43. 112. Women, &c., in collieries, &c., Act

prohibiting employment of (5 and

6 Vict. c. 99), '43. 158, 159. Wood, Alderman T., defeated in

the election for lord mayor, '43.

260. Woods, duty on (1842), '43. 86. Wool, manufactures of, duty ou

(1842), '43. 102. Working classes, the annual ex

penditure of, in spirits, &c., '43.

36. Workmen, suggested means of im.

proving their condition, '43, 35,

36. Wyatt, Mr., architect of the Cam.

bridge County Courts, '43. 252; of Wilton Church, id. 235.

Y.

Yarmouth and Norwich Railway,

its intended line, '43. 66 ; some particulars relating to, id. 78, 79; projected line from, to Cambridge, id. 80.

Z.

Zealand, New, computed duration

of voyage to, '43. 161; value of exports to (1841), id. 187; sale of Crown waste lands (5 and 6 Vict. C. 36), id. 119, 150.

London: Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, 14, Charing Cross.

ERRATA.

'30. p. 110, line 15 from bottom, for 10s. read 10d.

156, last line, for 1894, read 1794. '31. p. 76, column 5, for Mcihaelis, read Michaelis.

157, for 1 Will. I., read I Will. IV. '32. p. 107, for Great Britain, read England and Wales.

137, for 1 Will. IV. c. 70, read 11 Geo. IV. and I Will. IV. c. 70. 153, for 2 Will. IV. c. 32, read 1 and 2 Will. IV. c. 32.

175, for 1829, read 1830; and for 1830, read 1831. '34. p. 161, for 1833, read 1832 ; and for 1832, line 20 from bottom,

read 1833.
177, for 1333, read 1833.
243, for Sir Charles Robinson, read Sir Christopher Robinsoni.

247, for Sir James, read Sir John Stevenson. '35. p. 170, for 1334, read 1834.

256, for Mr. John Reeve, read Mr. William Reeve; see '31. p. 249.

159, for 4 and 5 Will. IV. 3. 88, read c. 88. '36. p. 169, first line, dele " Quantity and.” '37. p. 144, Section 36, for buren, read burden.

2:29, line 10, for Lancashire, read Leicestershire. '38. p. 130 to 163, and page 166, at the heading of each Statute, for

1 Vict., read 7 Will. IV. and 1 Vict. '39. p. 149 to 157, at the heading of each Statute, for I l'ict. and for!

2 Vict., read 1 and 2 Vict. 942. p. 42, for being what Le Roz had done, read not knowing what, &c.

117, for 1827 to 1826, read 1820 to 1926.
145, for 1 Vict. c. 73, read 7 Will. IV. and i Vict. c. 73.
242, for Sir N. Callcott, read Sir A. W. Callcott.

« ElőzőTovább »