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value, &c. &c., '35. 26, 36; origin of, id. 27; their incorrectness oh. served on, '40. 59; discontinuance of, '40. 59. Bills of Mortality, før London, from

December 1827, to December 1828, '30. 119; from December 11th, 1832, to December 10th, 1833, '35. 31, 32; from December 1831, to December 1832, '34. 31; from December 1833, to De. cember 1834, '36. 37; from Deceniber 1834, to December 1835, '37.49; from December 1835, to December 1836, '38. 47; from December 1836, to December 1837, '39. 60; from December 1837, to December 1838, '40. 59. Bills, private, detailed classification of for 1827, '28, 161.

of the session 1829, '30. 229-232.

the session of Par. liament of 1827, 28. 161; of session of 1828, 29. 179; of session of 1829, '30. 229, 230; of session of 1830, '31. 209, 210; of session of 1830-1 and 1831, '32. 213. 214; of session of 1831-2, '33. 208; of the session of 1833, '34. 201–207; of session of 1834, '35. 216–224; of session of 1835, '36. 204-211: of session of 1836, '37. 216-225; of session of 1837, '38. 206-214; of session of 1838, '39. 208–215; of session of 1839, 40.210—219; of session of 1840, '41. 213-223; of session of 1841, 42. 189, 190.

abstract of, in Parliament, of session of 1828, 29. 179, 180; in session of 1829, '30. 230; in session of 1830, '31. 209, 210; in session of 1830-1 and 1831, '32. 213, 214; in session of 1831-2, '33. 208; in session of 1833, '34, 202; of session of 1834, . 35. 216, 217; of session of 1835, '36. 205; in session of 1836, '37. 216, 217; in session of 1837, '38. 207, 208; in session of 1837-8, '39. 208, 209; in session of 1839, '40. 210, 211; in session of 1840, 41. 213, 214; in session of 1841, '42. 190.

Bills, private, numerical abstract

of, for the sessions 1825, 1826, and 1827, '28. 161; for session of 1828, 29. 179; for session of 1829, '30. 230; for session of 1830, '31. 209; for session of 1830-1 and 1831, 32. 213 ; for session of 1831-2, '33. 208; for session of 1833, 34, 201; for session of 1834, 35. 216; for session of 1835, 36. 204; for session of 1836, '37. 216; for sessiou of 1837, 38. 206; for session of 1837-8, '39. 208; for session of 1839, 40. 219;. for session of 1840, 41. 213; for session of 1841, '42. 189,

comparative classifica. tion of, for 1825, 1826, 1827, '28. 161; for four years from 1825 to 1828, 29. 179; for five years from 1825 to 1829, '30. 230; for six years from 1825 to 1830, '31. 209; for seven years from 1825 to 1831, '32. 213; for eight years from 1825 to 1832, '33. 208 ; for nine years from 1825 to 1833, '34. 201 ; for ten years from 1825 to 1834, '35. 216; for ten years, from 1826 to 1835, '36. 205; for ten years from 1827 to 1836, '37. 216; for ten years from 1828 to 1837, '38. 207; for ten years from 1829 to 1837-8, '39. 208; for ten years from 1830 to 1839, 40. 210; for ten years from 1831 to 1840, 41. 213; for ten years from 1832 to 1841, '42. 189. Bilton Improvement Act, '42. 193. Bineweed, the, '28. 37. Bingley, population of (1821), '29. 81.

and Micklethwaite, popu- : lation of, '33. 77. Binkerschoek, '32. 73. Binomial Theorem, Newton, 29.

56. Biographical History of England,"

32. 61. “ Biography of Kings, Bishops, &c."

'32. 59. Biun, '31. 64.

'32. 48. Biot, M., his observations on the

phenomena of dew referred to, 31, 30.

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Biquadratics, Louis Ferrari, '29. 55. Birch, Mr., hiş Life of Prince

Henry referred to, '34. 36. Birch, black, '29. 64.

time of its being in leaf, '30. 39. Birds, rate of flying of various, '29. .40.;

migration of, singularity concerning, id. 41; non-migratory,

winter food of, '30. 36; have a provincial accent, '29. 32; table showing how long they usually sing in England, '30. 39; mistake of gardeners concerning their de. stroying buda, '29. 30; directions for taking and preserving for col. lections, '38. 22, 23; in August, '29. 40; in April, id. 35; in De. cember, id. 44; in February, id. 32; in January, id. 30; in July, ich 39; in June, id. 37; of March, id. 34; of October, id. 42, 43 ; in September, id. 41.

eggs, colours of observations upon the, '30. 41, 42. -nests, their construction, "29.35.

in confinement, penalties for stealing (1828), '28, 134.

plumage of, penalty for bav. ing (1828), id. ib. Birkenfeld, principality of, Prussian

commercial league, '42. 113. Birkenhead Church Act, '33. 209;

further Act, '42. 193; improvement Act, '34. 204 ; improvement amendment Act, '39. 211; Gas and Water Act, '42. 194.

and Chester Railway Act, '38. 213; Amendment Act, '41. 220; particulars of, id. 80,

91, 92. Birmah, extent, population and mi.

litary force of, in 1828, '28. 72. Birman, empire, its extent, popula

tion, sovereign, capital, religion, revenue, and army, in 1828, '29.

31. 25 ars for

34.

to 218, for

and 1834, '36. 179; the same in 1835, '37. 178; same in 1836, '38. 196; same in 1837, '39. ib.; difference of time between and London, '31. 20; Branch Bank of England at, '33. 111; canal improvements described, '30. 244 247; St. Chad's Roman Catholic Church, account of, '42. 213— 216; free grammar school in, description of, '34. 224-226; new market, account of, and obo servations on, '35. 247; public hall, completion of, '33, 220; new town hall description of,"34. 223224; progress of, and remarks on the interior, '35. 246, 247; address to Lord Althorp and Lord John Russell, discussion on, and on answers to, '32. 195; dinner to celebrate the French revolution of 1830, '31. 238; meeting to petition for the Reform bill, '33. 230; meeting of railway delegates at, '42. 235; musical festival, '35. 261; political union dissolved, id. 258; riots, '40. 259; same mentioned in both houses, '40. 206, 207; Duke of Wellington's remarks concerning, id. 207; police Commissioners, agreement to appoint, '40. 208. Birmingham and Hagley Roads Act, 42. 196.

Acts relating to, viz. : Canal Navigation Extension, &c., Act, '36. 210; Canal Navigations New Cut Act, '40. 218; Canal Navigation and Wyrley and Essington Canal Consolidation Act, '41. 221; Canal Navigation Alteration Act, 41. 221; and Liverpool Junction Canal Act (giving further powers), '32. 216; Coal Company Act, '37. 218; Free Grammar School Act,'32. 215; St. Martin's Church Act, id. ib.; Improvement Bill, '29. 181; Police Improvement Act (2 and 3 Vict. c. 88), '40. 163, 164; Police Rate Assessment Act (3 and 4. Vict. c. 30), '41. 148; Poor Regulation Act, 32. 215.

and London Railway Company's School, '42. 241.

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Birmingham, population of (1821),

29. 81 ; population and representation of, '33. 74; charter of incorporation of, established, '42. 236 ; particulars of trade and manufactures of, '35. 87; postage, amount collected at, in 1832 and 1833, '35. 192; in 1832, 1833,

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Birmingham Railway Acts, and Rail.

ways, particulars of, viz. :-Birm. ingham, Bristol, and Thames Junction Railway Act, '37. 223; Amendment Act, '41. 220; particulars of, '41. 76; Birmingham and Derby Janctior. Railway Act, '37. 222; Alteration Act, '39. 214; further alteration Act, '41. 220; account of, '38.64, 65;'41. 74; completion and opeuing of, and particulars relating to, '40. 88, 89; Birmingham and Glou. cester Railway Act, '37. 222 ; partial opening of, '41. 95; par. ticulars of, '41. 74; its total length, and extent opened since Nov. 1840, '42. 86; further par. ticulars relating to the same, and account of its expenses, id. 66, 67; Birmingham and London Rail. way Act, '34. 200; extension Act, '36. 209; further Act, '40. 217; course of described and particulars relating to, '34. 238, 239; progress of, '35. 248; opened, '39. 251 ; particulars of, '41. 72; account of, and of its 'expenses, &c., up to its opening on 17thi Sept. 1836, '39. 113_119; particulars of, '41.72; account of up to 1837, '38.51-266; particulars of, '41.72; accidents 011,"36. 248'; Entrance to, at Euston Square, account of, '38. 242, 243; further account, view and ground plan of, '39. 233-236; Birmingham terminus of same, id. 236, 237; Birmingham and Manchester Railway Act, '38. 212;. Variation Act, '40. 216; particulars of, 41. 78; partial opening of, id. 95. Birnie; Sir Richard, dies, '33. 229. Birr, King's County, population of

(1821), 29. 83; population of in 1821 and 1831, '34. 90. Births, Deaths, and Marriages, Act

for registering in England (6 and 7W. IV. c. €6), '37. 141, 142; Act to explain and amend same (7.W. IV. and 1 Vict. c. 22),'38. 130-132; success of same, '40. 51-58..

- number of registered in the year ending 30th January, 1838, :40. 55; in the vears ending 30th

June, 1838 and 1939, 41. 60 57 ; Abstract of same, &c., id. 51; number of registered in England and Wales in 1837-8, 1838-9, aud 1839-40, and in each quarter of the same respectively, '42.-46. Births, Deaths, and Marriages, nuthu

ber of in France from 1817 to 1895, '28. 89; in Paris in 1826, id. ib. Biscuit and Bread, exports of, value

of, in 1834 and 1836, '37. 161 ; the same in 1836, 1836, and 1837,

'39. 182. Bishop, '31: 74.

executed for the murder of Carlo Ferreri, 33. 228.

title of, penalty on persons not authorized by law astuming, '30. 169.

of India, power to create a, '32. 44. Bishop Auckland and W'eardale

Railway Act, '38: 213; particu.

lars of, '41. 80. Bishops, motion to relieve the, from

attendance in the House of Lords rejected, 35. 201; motion against their sitting in the House of Lordsrejected, '38. 199.

e and Archbishops of Eng land and Wales, net yearly income of (1835), '36. 82-893

- in Ireland, number of re. duced; 34: 118-123; revenues, rents, and number of acres of, in 1831, '34. 178.

to the Colonies, meeting in favour of; '42: 238..

Foreign, Bill to authorizethe consecration of passes, '42.

186. Bishops' Residences, Act empower

ing the loan' of money for rebuilding, &c. (2 and 3. Viot: c. 18),

10. 146.2 Bishop's Castle Inclosure Act, '39.

210.Bishopswearmouth, Church at, in

progress, '42. 206. Bishopton tunvels on the Glasgow,

Paisley, and Greenock railway, account of, '42. 61, 62. Bismuthje poisonous properties of,

and remedies against, '28. 117. Bisextile year, '28. 4; origin anel

meaning of the term, '30.8.

Bistre, churchiat;. in progreso, '42. piers. '36. 247; completed, '41. 206.

232. Bitter apple; poisonous properties of, Blackheath Hill Trinity Church,

and remediesagainst, '28..118.. . first stope of laid,. '39. 221, 222; Bittou, population of; '33. 62.

account and view of,'40. 229, 231. Bitumen Judaicum; duty on (1832),

division, Kent, parishes -33.: 190.

comprised within, : '32. 108; in. Blacas, Duc de, dies,.'41. 138.. habited house tax, houses assessed Black, Dr. (Balloon, bydrogen);. to, and rental of same, and farm*29. 55.

houses exempt from, for year endBlackberry, the, '28..39..

ing 5th April, 1830,'32.108;Small Blackbird, the, 28. 31, 32, 36; -29. Debts: Amendments Act, '39.212: 39..

Blackley, population of, '33. 65.. Black Cat, the, '28. 34;. '29..38.. Blackstone, w., '31. 76 ; '32. 01; Black Cawke, punishment of steal his observation on the odiousing, '28,.135.

ness of the excise, '38. 68. Black clothing, why discoloured by Blackwall Docks, &c. Act, '36.211. sen air, '30. 18.

and London Railway, Black Forest. Mountains, and their account and particulars of, '41.

several heights, '33. 43; alphabet 78, 95, 96; enormous expense of

ical index to same, &c. id. 4.63.. its, extension, '42. 65; further Black. bellebore, poisonous proper

powers Act, ich 196 ; its total ties of, and remedies against,.128. length, and extent .opened since 119.

November 1840, id. 56;. further Black Hole at Calcutta, Euglish particulars relating to the same soffocated in, '32. 28..

and its expenses, ich 64, 66: ter. Black-lead, punishment of stealing, minus of same at Blackwall, ac'28.-135. (See.stealing in mines); count of, 41..243, 244..

duty on (1829), '30..199: Bladder, flowered heath, '31. 39. Black Prince, Edward the,, '28. 58.

nut, '29. 67; Senna, id. 64; Blackrock, population of in 1821 Senna Cape, '31. 43. and 1831, 34. 89.

Blagrave, William, '17. 23; Black Bea declared free: '31. 53; works, id. 41.. . free navigation: of ceded to the Blair, Hugh, '31. 74, 76. '32. 620 Americans, '31. 236.

Johns,'3.1.76; '32.61. Black walnut, "29.65., 1

Robert, '32. 61., Blackbum, Mr. E. Los architect of Blake, Mroz. his observation of the Crosby Hall, 37. 244.,

increase. of disease proportionate : Blackbum, population of (1821), to the iäcrease, of distress,: '31.

'29. 81% population and repre- 113. sentation of, '33. 65; Church Blamire, Mr., his evidence in favour : bumt, '38. 235.; power looms, of.a i general survey of the kingnumber of in (1836), '37..183; dom, '38. 122. Gas Light Act, '39.212 ; Improvea Blanca, '31.73; '32. 70. :.ment Act, :42..193; Small Debts Blanchard, William, dies, '36. 108. Act, id. 194; Towns' Moor Act, Blanco White, Revd. Joseph, dies, ida 196.

42.. 124.. Blackett, Mr. bis discovery of the Blancs, Six (France), value of, '30.,

sufficiency of the adhesive power of: 105. railway. carriage wbeels to secure ** Blandford Forum, population of progression, '37.83..

'33. 6)... Blackfriars Bridge, "28, 62.; time

Marquis of, motion on occupied. in its erection, -'32. 228; reform in parliament, '31. 199. repairs Act, '34. 204;. damaged Blandfordia nobilis, '31. 37. by.a flood, '35. 234 ; repair of the Blane, Şir Gilbert, bis error icon

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cerning the treatment of acute diseases pointed out, '39. 28. Blackenbury, principality of, Prus

sian commercial league, '42.

113. Blantyre, population of, '33. 85, Blasphemy, punishable in Scotland

in the same manner as in England,

'38. 129. “ Blasted or Planet," entry in old

Bills of Mortality, '35. 28, 29. Blaydon, Gateshead and Hebburn

Railway, particulars of, '41. 72; and Hebburn Railway Act, '35.

222. Bleda, Jayme, '31. 73; '32. 71. Bleeding, extent of, to cause fainting,

facts relating to, '39. 32. Blenheim, Battle of, '28. 61.

palace, act for repairing (3 and 4. Vict. c. 43), '41. 153. “ Blessing the Ocean," "29. 41. Blenkinsop, Mr., his steam carriages,

'37. 82. Blexell, '31. 79; '32. 75. Blights rare in a late spring, '28.

33. Blind, School for the Indigent, '30.

156 ; tower of the building completed, and view of same, '37.237,

238. Blinkerschoeck, '31. 75. Blistering fly, poisonous properties

of, '28. 116; treatment of persons

having swallowed, id. ib. Bloch, M., his opinion that mac

kerel do not migrate, '29. 30. Blockade of Britain, '28. 63; of

.England by France, '31. 56. Blondus, Flav. '31.70; '32. 55. Blood, profuse discharges of, produced by excessive spirit-drinking, '29. 123.

letting, sometimes a test of the .nature of disease, '39. 32. Bloomfield, Robert, '31. 76; '32.

62; his allusion to the summer

clouds, '30. 82. Bloomsbury, population, &c. of, '28. _36. 87; St. Giles and St. George, rental of the parishes of (1829), 29. 85; Savings Bank, particulars relating to the, from 1817 to 1829, shewing the classes of depositors, the amounts deposited,

and the balances, '30. 118, 119; dispensary, '30. 143. Blore, Mr., architect of the Church in Vincent Square, '38. 219; of the new church in Berwick Street, '39. 222; of the restoration of St. Mary Magdalene Church at Ox

ford, '42. 102. BLUBBER, see Oils. Blue-bottle, the, '28. 35. Blue Ceanothus, '31. 38; Dianella,

id. ib. Blue-berried Billardiera, '31. 37;

dog-wood, '29.65. Blue-fruited Eloescarpus, '31. 39. Blumenbach, '31. 76; 32. 66; his

opinion of the duration of human life, '35. 32; he dies, '41. 138. Blumenhagen, Dr. W., dies, '40.

141. Blumner, Dr. H., dies, '40. 141. Blundeville, '37. 23; bis works, id.

42. 43. Blunt-leaved oxylobium, '31. 42. Blyth, coals, quantity of, imported

into London from, in 1833, '35. 186.

and Seaton sluice, coals quantity of, sent from to London, and number of ships employed in

same in 1836, 37 & 38. '40. 193. Boaden, James, dies, '40. 141. Board of Health to prevent conta

gion, money advanced for, '35. 167.

of Revenue (India), established, '32. 34. Boats, let for hire on the Thames, regulations for, '28. 157.

stealing from, punishment for, '28. 132; and see further Act relating to Canals and NAVIGABLE

RIVERS. Bobbin-net, French, particulars re

lating to its manufacture, '35.

109. Boccacio, '28. 58; '31.68; '32. 54. Bochart, '31. 73 ; '32. 68. Bochteri, '31. 67. Bocking, population of, '33. 62. Bodin, his opinion on comets, '33. 7. Bodenmuller dies, '37. 110. Bodmin, population and representa :

tion of, '33.59; difference of time between, and London, '31. 14;

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