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Codrington, Sir Edward, his con

vention with the viceroy of Egypt, '29. 242; vote of thanks to, proposed and withdrawn in the Commons, '29. 203; declines a challenge, '34. 250. Coelho, Alb. '31. 73; '32. 71. Coercion Bill read a first time, '34.

187; debates on, passed, il. 187 -190'; abandoned, '35. 211; another introduced, debated, and carried, id. 211–213; charges against Irish members relating to, '35. 197; abstract of, 3 W. IV. c. 4, '34. 103-106; Continuance

Act (4 W. IV. c. 38), '35. 142. Coffee, importance of encouraging

the consumption of, '41. 135; consumption of, and amount received for duty, increased by the reduction of rate of duty, '41. 97, 98 ; produce of additional duties on, in 1840 and 1841, '42. 153; consumption of, rate of duty on, &c., in 1801, 181), 1821, 1831, and 1838, 41. 133; injurious effect of the duties on, id. 133, 134 ; adulteration of, in London, id. 134; Jamaica, price of, from 1813 to 1831, 34. 182; price of, in London, in 1834, '36. 178; quan. tity produced in various countries which export, '41. 133.

duty on (1829), '30. 204 ; net produce of, in 1831, '33. 184; amount of, in 1830, 1831, and 1832, 34. 164; quantity of, for which duty on home consumption was paid, from 1822 to 1830, '31. 187.

import, export, and duty : quantity of, imported into, and exported from, Great Britain and Ireland, and net produce of duty, in 1829, id. 188; for year ending 5th January, 1831, '32. 181; quantity imported and exported in 1831, '33. 184; same and amount of duty on, and whence imported, in 1832, '34. 169; same and net revenue from same, in 1833, '35. 181, 182; imported and exported in 1834, '36. 170; imported from 1824 to 1828, 29. 191; value of, imported in 1827,

'28. 167; quantity of imported into Great Britain, from the British colonies and plantations, British India, and foreign countries, and amount of duty thereon, for 1828, '30. 213; value of imports of, in 1834 and 1835, '37. 163; import and home consumption of, and duty on, in 1837, 39. 184; the same in 1838, '40. 176; the same in 1839, 41. 182; the same in 1840, '42. 156; quantity of, exported in 1827, '29. 194; value of export of, in 1833 and 1834, '36. 156; in 1834 and 1835, '37. 162; import, export, and home consumption of, in 1828, '31. 173; 1830, '32. 177; 1830, '33. 175; 1831,'34. 154; in 1835, '37. 168; in 1836, '38. 178 ; Ireland, quantity of, retained for home consumption in, and duty thereon, in

1790 and 1831, '34. 162. Coffee-shops, law relating to (1829),

'30. 137; increase of, in London, and the salutary effect of, '41.

135. Coffee and sugar, circumstances af

fecting the supply of, in the United

Kingdom, '41. 126-136. Cofferdams, advantage of, in found

ing bridges, '32. 223; modes of constructing, id. ib., 224 ; remarks on the construction of, by iron

piles, '34. 226–228. Coffin, Sir Isaac, dies, '40. 260. Coggeshall, population of, '33. 62. Cohiac, a Coptic month, '30. 16. Coimbra ceases to be the seat of

government, '28. 58; execution

of the students at, '29. 240. Coin, laws against offences relating

to, consolidated and amended (2

W. IV. c. 34), '33. 130, 131. Coinage of England, weights of, '28. 165,

silver, new, ordered, '37.253.

decimal, Mr. De Morgan's observations on the practicability of a, '41. 17-21.

changes of, how regulated, 33. 175.

amount of gold and silver, coined from 1790 to 1809, and from 1810 to 1829,'34. 153; from

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1816 to 1828, 29. 189; amount of, half-crowns, shillings, and sixpences, from 14th June, 1828, to

31st December, 1829, '31. 172 Coinage of sovereigns, coined from

31st December, 1829, to 15th February, 1831, '32. 176 ; same, and expense of same, from 6th August, 1831 to 9th February, 1832, '33. 175; value of gold coined at the Mint in each of the years 1830, 1831, and 1832, '34. 154.; during 1833, '35. 171; gold coined at the Mint in 1833 and 1834, '36. 153; silver, quantity coined in 1834, id. ib.; copper, quantity coined in 1834, id. ib.; value of moneys coined at the Mint in 1834 and 1835, '37. 155; during 1836 and 1837, '39. 181; value of gold, silver, and copper coined at the same place, from 1816 to 1840, '42. 155.

of the United States, amount of, from 1792 to 1829, 32. 121. Coining-press invented, *29. 60;

press introduced into England, id. ib. ; machinery, Bolton and Watt,

Soho, id. ib. Coining, puuishment of death for,

abolished (2 W. IV. c. 34), '33. 130, 131 ; number of cases of, from 1833 to 1836, '38. 185 ; decrease of the crime of, in 1839, 41. 141; effect of the abolition of the punishment of death for, on

charges of, '42. 103. Coins, gift of, by George IV., to the

British Museum, '34. 183; Greek ditto, by R. P. Knight, Esq., id. ib.

Roman, discovered in digging for the foundations of the Royal Exchange, '42.218,

English, weights of, '29. 189; gold and silver, in 1540, their names and values, '37. 33.

foreign, silver and gold, an account of, and of their intrinsic and relative value (1829), '30.

102–111. Coke, Edward, '31.72; '32. 59.

quantity of, produced by Gas Companies in London (1829), 29. 181.

Col in mountains, what the word

signifies, '33. 33.* Colborne, Sir John, his despatch from

Lower Canada quoted, -40. 253. Colchester, population of (1821),

29. 81; population and representation of, '33. 62.

Lord, his visit to the roads of the Highlands, '29, 84; dies,

30. 262. Colchicum, poisonous properties of,

and remedies against, 28. 122. Cold in London, *28. 63.

intense, treatment of persons / suffering from, 29. 125; often

produces scrofula, id. 120. Coldbath Fields, riot in, '34. 244,

245. Coleorton Railway Act, '34. 206;

railway, particulars of, '41. 72. Coleraine, Derry, population of

(1821), 29. 83; in 1821 and 1831, '34. 92; electors, number

of, in, in 1834,'37. 182. Coleridge, S. T., his allusion to the

nightingale, '29, 35; his reference to spring, '30. 39; dies, '35. 259.

Mr. Sergeant, appointed judge of the Court of King's Bench,

'36. 240. Colosseum in the Regent's Park

nearly completed, '28. 174. Collard, M. Roger de, president of

the French Chamber of Deputies,

29. 235. “ Collections of Histories," '32. 68. Collegiate Churches in England and

Wales, revenues of (1835), '36.

83. Collins, Dennis, attacks Wm. IV.,

at Ascot, '33. 230; is convicted, and his sentence commuted, id. 231.

W.,'3.1. 76 ; 32. 61.

William, his case mentioned in the Lords, '40. 207; his treat

ment again mentioned, '41. 206. Collis, Mr., architect of the “ Kem

ble” tavern, Bow-street, *37. 242. Collision, laws of, Wallis, Huygens,

Wren, 29. 62. Colliton Row Improvement Act,

35.219. Collyweston and West Hay Inclo

sure Act, '42. 191,

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Colman, George, '31. 76; '32. 62.

- George, the younger, dies, '37. 110.

- Mr. W. G., architect of Camberwell national schools, '41.

238. Colmworth Inclosure and Tithe Act,

'35. 287. Colne, population of (1821), 29.

81; in 1811, 1821, and 1831, '33.

65; Small Debts Act, '42. 195. Colocotroni revolts in Greece, '28.

66; submits, id. ib.; is liberated, id.ib.; is imprisoned, '34.249; sentenced to death, but imprisoned,

'35. 259. Colocynth, duty on (1832), '33. 191. Cologne and Aix-la-Chapelle Railway opened, '42. 242.

water, duty on (1829), '30. 205. COLOMBIA. See COLUMBIA. Colonial accounts to be audited by

Commissioners for auditing the public accounts of Great Britain (2 W. IV. c. 26.),

'33. 128. Club, '30. 160.

Governors, patents of, not to determine by demise of the crown (1 W. IV. c. 4), '32. 137.

-Passengers' Bill, committee on, '41. 208; Act repeals 9 G. IV. c. 21, and substitutes other regulations (5 and 6 W.IV.c.53),

Secretary, Earl of Aberdeen, id. 239; Lord Goderich, 28. 69; 31. 240; Mr. Huskisson, 28.70;'29.234; Mr. Spring Rice, '35. 258; Mr. Stanley, '34. 243.

Secretary, vote of want of confidence in, moved and withdrawn, '39. 203. Colonies, bishops to, meeting in favour of, '42. 238.

and foreign possessions of the British crown, dates of their acquisition, mode of government, population, imports and exports into and from the United Kingdom, and tonnage inwards and outwards (1831), 32. 104, 105.

petitions relating to, pre} sented in the session of 1835, their

particular objects, and number of

signatures, '36. 212, 213; in session 1836, '37. 226, 227; in session 1837, '38. 215; in session 1837, 1838, 39, 216; in session 1839, '40. 219; in session 1840; '41, 223, 224; in session 1841,

42. 199. Colonies, slavery in, Act abolishing

and giving compensation to slaveowners (3 and 4 W. IV. c. 73), '34. 136-138 ; further Act relating to compensation (5 and 6 W. IV. c. 45), '36. 123, 124; further Act relating to same (6 W.IV. c. 5), '37. 11l; further Act relating to same (i Vict. c. 3), '39. 143; Act amending same, as hours of labour, &c., &c. (1 Vict. c. 19), '39. 145-147.

trade of the value of imports and exports into and from, in 1833, '37. 164.

European, in America, 28. 73. Colonization of South Australia, Act

for (4 and 5 W.IV. c. 95), '35.

163, 164. Colonna, '31. 72; Fabio, '32. 56;

Guido of, id. 54. Coloquintida, poisonous properties

of, and remedies against, '28. 118. Colour of leaves, principle of the,

*30.44, 45 ; ehange of, in autumn, 29. 40, 41; remarks upon, '30.

44, 45. Coltner, or Coltness, and Wishaw

Railway, further Act, '35. 223;
Railway, account of, '37. 105;
'41. 68; further Act, '42. 197;
Coltness, Morningside, and Wil-

sonstown Railway Act, id. ib. Colton, Rev. C. C., suicide of, '33.

229. Coltsfoot, sweet, '28. 32. Columbia, extent and population of,

in 1828, id. 73; republic of, its ex-. tent, population, president, capital, religion, revenue, debt, army, and navy, in 1828, '29. 74, 75; treaty with America, '28. 66; Grand NationalConvention opened,'29.236; insurrection at, id. 237; convention of, dissolved, id. 240; acknow. ledged by England, '31. 61; Bolivar again president.of, id. 234.;

*36. 126.

pore, '28. 67.

resigns the presidency of, '31. 235; | Combinations, committee on, *39. Mosquera elected president of, id.

201. 236; conspiracy in, '34. 246. Combmartin and Bratton Down Columbia, new tariff, '30. 262.

Road Act, '39. 213. Consul-General and Con Combermere, Lord, besieges Bhurt. suls to, where employed, and amount of their salaries (1828), Comets, dissertations on, *29. 18– 31. 183.

27 ; '33. 5–15; derivation of the coals, quantity of, ex word, '29. 18; former significaported to, in 1833, '35. 186 ; cop tion and present application of per, quantity of, imported from, the word, '33. 5; appearance of, in 1833, '35. 179; cotton, quan formerly created alarm, '28. 24; tity imported from, from 1831 anathematized by Pope Calixtus to 1834, '36. 168; cotton goods, III., '33. 7; superstition concerniBritish, quantity and value of ex ing their portent, '29. 9; superports to, in 1833 and 1834, id. 169; stitious fears concerning, id. 18; in 1838, '40. 182; quantity of rum ancient superstition concerning, exported to, in 1829, '31. 186; '33. 6,7; needless alarms congeneral exports to, value of, in cerning, id. 10, 11; absurd su1828, id. 178; in 1830, '33. 180; perstition of their creating hot in 1831, '34. 158; in 1827, 1830, weather, id. 11; why more seen 1833, 1834, and 1835, '37. 160; in hot weather, id. 1l; our ignoin 1836, '38. 174; in 1836 and rance what they are, or for what 1837,'39. 190; in 1838, '40. 181;

purposes they serve, '29. 20 ; and in 1839, '41. 188; in 1840, ?42. of their size and quantities of 163; value of imports from, and matter, id. 26 ; their transparency, of exports of home produce, &c., '33. 10; their diminished and diand foreign and colonial mer minishing brilliancy, id. 14 ; tails chandize to, in 1831, '34. 160. of, observations on, id. 15; their

district of (U.S.), its ex appearance through the telescope, tent, population in 1800, 1810, '29. 26; are one of the three and 1820, '32. 120; population classes of stars, '29. 19; fear of of, in 1800, 1810, 1820, and 1830, collision in crossing the orbit of and number of slaves in, in 1810, the earth considered, id. 27; 1820, and 1830, '33. 90.

comets of 1577, id. 20; of various Columbian bonds charged on to years, id. 20-24; remarkable bacco duties, '29. 241.

difference between, and planets, Columbine, the, '28. 35.

id. 25; Scripture interpretations of Columbo root, duty on

the appearance of, observed on, 191.

'33. 11; elements of the orbits of Columbus discovers America, '28. Halley's, Encke's, and Biela's,

59; variation of compass, '29.62. '33. 15; ephemeris of the, for Columella, '31. 65; '32. 52.

1832, 32. 19; Dr. Halley the Columnar rocks, Wernerian princi first who ascertained that they

ple of, alluded to, '29. 39; Colo were regular bodies, obeying the

nel Imrie's observations on, id. ib. regular laws of matter, '29. 20; Colutea arborescens, '29. 64.

Kepler's conjectures concerning, Coluthus, '31. 65; '32. 50.

id. 21; Newton, his conclusions Cometographia referred to,'35. 7*, 8. on their orbits, id. 20; Tycho Comberton Inclosure Act, '40. 211. Brahé, the first astronomer who, Combination to raise wages, injuri entertained a decidedly rational ous effects of, to workmen, '34.58. opinion on, id. 20; alluded to by

of workmen in Paris, Shakspere, id. 19; and by Milton, 34. 249.

id, ib. 20. laws, when repealed, | Comfits, duty on (1832), '33. 191. '34. 57.

(1832), '33.

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Commines, Philip de, '31. 71 ; '32. Commissary Court, Scotland, Abo67.

lition Act (6 & 7 W. IV. c. 41), od Commander-in-chief, the Duke of 37. 122. Wellington, '28. 69, 70.

Commissions, average annual exCommandino, F., '32, 55.

pense of, for each of the six years "Commentary on the Bible,” '32. ending 1830 and 1836, '38.

47; " Commentary on the Law,” | 19
id. ib.

of bankruptcy, number Commentary on the Pentateuch,” of, sealed, opened, &c. from 1816 id. ib.

to 1826, '28. 170. " Comments on Aristotle,” '32. 50. Commissioners of the Bankruptcy

Commerce, restrictions on their evil Court, six appointed (1 & 2 W. Felis tendency, '35. 104–111.

IV. c. 56), '32. 161. of the United States, Commitments, by courts of equity, particulars relating to, '32. 123– regulated (11 G. IV. c. 36), '31.

151. treaty of, between Eng

'centesimal propor• land and America, '31. 55; be tion of convictions to, for offences tween Britain and Denmark, '28. before and after the abolition of 66; between Great Britain and capital punishment in certain Holland, '39. 248; treaties of, cases, '38. 186, 187; centesimal with the States of South America, proportion of convictions to, '41. 28. 66.

193. 9.21 Commercial

assurances, observa. Cominittals, number of in London tions on, '28. 126-128.

and Middlesex, in 1820 and Buildings, Leeds, com 1826, '29. 97; for trial, number pletion of, '30. 239.

of, in England and Wales (1826), calculations, on the use 29. 89; in England, Wales, and of small tables of logarithms in, Ireland, in the years 1827 and and on the practicability of a 1828, '30. 215; committals in decimal coinage, by A. de More England and Wales in 1829, '31. gan, '41.5-21.

193 ; in England and Wales, in distress, '28. 67; of 1830, '32. 183; in each year 1825, 33. 108, 109.

from 1826 to 1832, '34. 62; in insurance, observations 1832, '34. 171; for seven years on, '28. 126-128.

ending 1833, '35. 188; number league. See Prussia. of in London and Middlesex, in

legislation, defective 1832, '34. 64; number of, and state of, in Great Britain, '41. for what offences, in England and 117.

Wales, in each year, from 1825 Philanthropic Institu to 1834, '36. 40–42; for trial, tion, '31. 138.

number of, in England and Wales, " Commercial Power of England," in each of the seven years ending

by M. Dupin, referred to, '29. 1817, 1824, and 1831, '33. 186; 183.

average annual number in Enge Railway Act, '37.223; land and Wales, '40. 110; under Extension Act, '40. 217 ; Rail. the same laws, from 1827 to 1830, way, particulars of, '41. 78.

number of, '32. 183; for felony, Road Railway Bill, to the New Bailey, Salford, from 29. 182.

1809 to 1827, 29. 200; number Road Stoneway, im of, in Ireland, and for what ofprovement at the, '31. 227, 228; fences, in each year from 1828 plan of the same, id. ib.

to 1834, '36. 55, 56; number - Travellers Society,'30. of, in Scotland, in 1834, '36. 148.

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