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AY 154 ..36 1826-1843 index

INDEX

TO THE

COMPANION TO THE ALMANAC.

This 7 mark signifies that the matter rcferred to will be found in a Note at the Page indicated.

The abbreviated Figures '28, '29, '30, &c., mean the Volumes of the " Companion to the Almanac" for the Years 1828, 1829, 1830, &c.

A. A. C., explanation of, '28. 49. bour Improvement Act, '35.223 ; A. Æg., explanation of, '30. 30. Harbour Amendment Act,'37. 225. Aaron, Mr., his paper on the Treat- Aberayron Road Act, '36. 209.

ment of Cases of Apparent Death, Aberbrothwick, population of, '33. 29. 124, 125.

84; Harbour Improvement Act, '31. 68.

40. 218. “A little knowledge is a dangerous Abercrombie, Dr., his Works on

thing," less seuse than sound, Diseases of the Brain referred to, 29. 141.

'39. 28. Ab, a Jewish month, '28. 14; '30. Abercromby, General, his military

13. A Syrian month, '30. 17. operations in India, '32. 38; bis Aban, a Persian month, id. 19. Death, '28. 63. Abarbinel, '31. 70; '32. 47.

Sir Robert, defeats Abassi (Persia), value of (1829), Gbolam Mabomed, '32. 29. '30, 106.

, W., master of the Mint, Abba, Isaac bar, '32. 47.

'35, 258. Abbatoirs, petition for establish

Mr., elected Speaker, ment of, '34. 191; suggested at '36. 183, 241; '38. 248; anIslington Market, id. 236.

nounces bis intended resignation, Abbon, '31. 67; '32. 66.

40. 202; resigns, id. 203; created Abbotshall, population of, '33, 84. Lord Dunfermline, id. 258. Abbotsley Inclosure and Tithe Act, Aberdeen, Old and New, population '37. 217.

of (1821), '29. 82. Abbott, Sir Charles, created Lord

population and repreTenterden, '28. 69.

sentation of, 33. 81; Harbour Im. Abscess, number of deaths from, provement Act, '30. 232; Light

within the Bills of Mortality, in ing, &c., Act, id. 231; Market 1527, 29. 110.

Act, '40. 214. Abdollatif, '31. 69; 32. 78.

Port of, Customs duty Abduction, punishment for, 9 G. 4, collected at, in 1833, '35. 173; c. 31 (1828), '29. 151.

the same in 1834, '36. 157; the Abdul Medjid, succeeds as Sultan, same in the years ending 5th '40. 259.

Jan. 1835 and 1836,'37. 164; the Abelard, Pierre, '28.57; '31. 69; same for year ending 5th Jan., '32. 66.

1837, '38. 175; the same in the • Aben Bochan,: '32. 47.

years ended 5th Jan., 1837 and Aben Ezra, '31. 66, 68.

1838, '39. 191; the same in the Aben Serach, id. 68.

year 1638, 40. 187; the same Aben Tybon, id. 68.

during 1839,'41. 188; the same Aben Zohar, id. 69.

in 1810,'42. 164. Aberavon, population of, '33.80;Har- Aberdeen, Postage, amount col

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lected at, in 1832 and 1833, '35. house, account and bird's-eye192; the same in 1832, 1833, and view of, '36. 234-236. 1834,'36. 179; same in 1835, 37. Abington, Major, drives Hyder Ali's 179; same in 1836, '38. 196; army from before Tellicherry, same in 1837, '39. 196.

'32. 35. Aberdeen University, founded,'28. Albjuration, Oath.of, bin for repeal.

58; flood and storms at, '30. 264; ing introduced, id. 186. granite of, used for London Bridge, Ablesimoff, '31. 77. 32. 230; difference of time be. Abney Park Cemetery, account of, tween, and London, '31. 23.

41. 237. Earl of; Chuncellor of Abo, peace of, '31. 52. the Duchy of Lancaster, '29. 284'; Abolition of offices, saving by (1821, Colonial Secretary, '36. 239. 1832), '34. 177. Aberdeenshire, population of, and of Abominable crime, punishment for,

the principal towns of, in 1811, 9.G. IV., c. 31 (1828), '29. 1516 1827, and 1831; value of real pro- Abon, '32: 66. perty in, and its representation, Abortion, attempt to procure;. pu: *33. 81; summary of same, in nishment for, 1837 (W.4, and 1 1821 and 1881, distinguishing the Vict. c. 85), '38. 159; former sexes, id. 89; population of, males punishment for, 9 G. IV., 0. 31, and females, in 1841, '42! 1086; 29. 150, 151. population of in 1901, 181, 1821, Abraham, call of, '28. 49; era of, 1831, and 1841,

increase per

'30. 18. cent., id. 110; electors, number

Jom Tof: bar, '32. 47. of in, in 1836, '37. 182; houses,

Mr., architect of the New number of, inbabited, uninhabited, Bridewell, Westminster, '33.21.7. and building; in 1841, '42: 108; Abrantes, Duchesse d', dies, '39. IAR occupations of persons in (1831),

250. '36.94 : turnpike trusts, their ex- Abroath, Forfar, population of(1821), tent and income in (1834), id. 193; 29. 82. turnpike gates in, rents of, in 1833, Abrosi; G., '31. 70';: '32. 55. 1834, and 1835; '37. 178; Roads Abstracts of important Acts of ParAct, '3A. 212.

liament' passed in the Session of Aberford Small Debts' Act, '40: 214. 1826-27, '28. 129_160 ; of 1828; Abergavenny; population of, '33. 29. 143-178; of 1829.-30..165.

69; difference of time between, -195; of 1830/11 G.IV., and I. and London, '31. 17.

W.IV.) '31. 139–167; of 1830Abergele, population of, '33. 79. 31, '32. 135—167.; of 1832, '33.. Abergwilly, population of, id. 79. 124-169; of 1833, 34. 103 Abernethy, Mr., his remedy against 146 : of 1.831,'35. 129-163.; of gout, '35. 34.

1835, 36. 109-145.; of 1836, Aberration of the stars, Dr. Bradley 37. 111-147; of 1837, '38. 129

on,'29. 39; of light explained, '36. -163; of 1837-1838, 39.142 18, 19.

168 ; of 1839; '40. 142–165; of. Aberystwith, population of, '33. 69, 1810, '41. 139–168; of 1941,

79; Water Works Act, '36. 208; '42. 125-148. See further ACTS. Harbour Amendment Act, '37. OF PARLIAMENT, and for the sub224, 225.

ject-matters of the severa] Acts, Abib, an Arabic month, '30, 16; a see the Index passim. Jewish month, id. 13.

Abstracts of Parliamentary docu. Abina, '31. 66; "32. 46.

ments printed in 1827,'28. 162Abingdon Inclosure Act, '42. 191; 172; in 1828, 29. 184-200 ;

population of (1821), '29. 81; in 1829, '30. 196-217; in 1830, and representation of, '33. 57; '31. 169–197; in 1830-31, '32. Road Act; '42. 195; union work: 175—185; in 1832, '33. 172

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189;. in 1833, '34. 148-184; in 1834, '35. 166–195;.in 1835, 46. 148-182; in 1836, '37. 150 186; in 1837, 38, 167-197; in 1838;. '39.. 173-198; in. 1839, '40..167—195;, in 1840,'4L 175

-199; in, 1841, '42.. 149–171. Abstracts. of Petitions and Private

Bills in Parliament in session of 1828, '29. 179, 180; in session of 1829, '30..230, in session of 1830, '31. 209, 210; in sessions of 18301 and 1831, '32. 213, 224; in Bession of 1831-2, '33. 208;. in session of 1833; '34. 202; in session. of 1834, '35. 216, 217; in session of 1835, '36. 205.; in session of 1836, '37. 216, 217; in session of 1837, '38. 207, 208; in

sessiou. 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. 189–201.
Abu Baca, '31. 69.
Abubekir revises the Koran, '28, 56.
Abudraham, David,'31, 68; '32. 47.
Abubaf, Isaac, '31. 70; '32. 47.
Abu Hanifah, '31. 67.

Jafar, id. 67.
Abulcasis, id. 67; '32. 78.
Abuldem, '31. 69 ; '32.78.
Abulfarage, '31. 69; '32.78.
Abulfeda, '31. 69 ; '32. 78.
Abulgazi, '31.73;: '32. 79.
Abul Ola, '31. 67.
Abumaashar, id. 67.
Abu Massab, id. 67.
Mobammed, id. 67.

Abdallah, '32.78.
Nowas, '3L. 67.
Obeidah, id. 67...
Shameh, '31. 69; '32. 79.
Temman, '31. 67.

Zeid, id. 67. “Ab urbe condita,” explanation of,

'30. 6. Abusive language punishable, '40.

154. Ahyssinian Era, '30. 13. Abyssinians still use the Era of Dio.

clesian, id. 16. Acacia alata, '31. 37; armata, id.

ib.; common, 29. 67; julibrissim, id. 64 ; three-thorned, id. 65; vestita, 31. 37.

Académie des Sciences of France,

the proceedings of, for establishing an uniformstandard of weights

and measures, '30.. 1:12. Academy Royal, Mr. Shee elected

President of '31. 234. A Cæs., explanation of, '30. 30. Acanthus-leaved Grevillea, 3L 40. Acarus autumnalis, *29. 41. Accentor modularis, id. 32. Accessiou of the reigning Sovereign,

a festival, '28. 9. Accessory before the fact, punish

ment of, id. 140; after, id. ib.; before the fact punishable as a principal, ich 145; after the fact,

how punishable, id. ib. Accidental deaths in France in 1828,

30. 215.7 Accolti, B. '31. 70; '32. 55. Accounts, Farming, method of keep

ing, '28, 124, 125. Accursius, '31. 68; '32. 54. Accusations, number of, as com

pared with the population in

France (1826), '29. 89. Acer Negundo, '29. 64; Rubrum,

'29. 64. Achæan league, '28. 52. Acheen, Kingdom of (Sumatra), its

extent, population, capital, and

religion, in 1828, 29. 74, 75. Acherontia atropos, id. 41. Achilles Tatius, '31. 65 ; '32. 49. “ Achilleis,'* '32. 53. Achillini, A., 31. 70; '32.55.

C., 31. 72; '32. 56. Accountant-General of the Court of

Exchequer, office of, abolished,

'42. 142. Accrington and Church Gas and

Water Act, '42. 194. Achmet, '32.78. Acid, boracic, duty on (1829), '30.

201. Acland, Sir Thomas Dyke, builder

and endower of Bride Chapel, '37.

229. Aconite, poisonous properties of, and

remedies against, 28. 119. Acosta, J., '31.71; '32. 70. Acoustics, table of observations and

discoveries in, 29. 55. Acquittals, number of, from 1821 to 1827, 28. 170; number of in

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England and Wales (1826), *29. 89; in England, Wales, and Ire

land, in 1827 and 1828,:30. 215; : in England and Wales, in 1829,

31. 193; in 1830, '32. 183; in each of the seven years, ending 1817, 1824, and 1831, '33. 186; in 1832, '34. 171; from 1826 to 1832, id. 62, 63; for the seven years ending 1833, '35. 188; in 1834, '36. 15; in 1834, 38, 39, and 40, '42. 104; number of in Ireland, in 1834, id. 58; nunber of in France, in 1826, '29. 88;

in 1828, '30. 215.+ Acre, Sir Sidney Smith at, '28. 63;

taken by Ibrahim Pacha, '33. 230; explosion of a powder ma

gazine at, '42. 233. Acres, land divided into, in Nor

mandy, '30. 116; number of, in Great Britain and Ireland, '28. 88; number of in Great Britain,

29. 90. Acrid poisons, table of, '28, 115. Acro-narcotic poisons, table and ac

count of, id. 115, 121-123. Achromatic telescope, Hall, '29.

63; Dolland, id. ib. Acropolita, George, '31, 68; '32

51. Act of Parliament, when it comes

into operation, '35. 164. Acts of Parliament, abstracts of im

portant public general, in chro

nological order :7&8G. IV. c. 15. Bills of exchange

and promissory notes payable on Good Friday and Christmas day, '28. 149. 150.

17. Regulations of the costs of distresses, extension of 57 G. III. c. 93, '28. 150, 151.

18. Postage duties in Great Bri. tain and Ireland, id. 151--155.

27. Benefit of Clergy, larceny, malicious injuries to property and remedies against the hundred, statutes repealed, '28. 129.

28. Further improvement of criminal justice in England, id. ib.

29. Consolidating laws in England relating to larceny and offences connected therewith, id. 130-112.

798 G. IV. c. 30. Malicious in

juries to property, laws relative to, consolidated and amended, 28. 112-146.

c. 31. Remedies against the hundred, laws relative to, consolidated and amended, id. 146–149.

48. Alehouse licensing regu• lation, '28. 155.

70. Arrest for debt on mesne process under 20s., abolition of, '28. 155-157.

- 75. Watermen and Lighter. men, Act for regulating, '28. 157 -160.

- 87. Elections, Act to prevent corruption at, and diminishing expenses of, '28. 160.

9. To enable sessions of the peace to be held in Westminster during Term and sittings of the Court of King's Bench, *29. 143.

11. Steam vessels (Ireland) exempted from penalties for having fire on board, id. ib.

13. Stamps on insurances for fire regulated, '29. 143.

14. Promises and engagements. necessary to be reduced to writing, id. ib. 115.

. 17. Corporation and Test Acts repealed, as to receiving the sacrament before holding corporate offices, '29. 145—147,

15. Variances between records and written evidence to be amend. ed, '29. 145.

16. National debt annuities, 110 further to be granted, itd. ib.

18. Cards and dice, repeal of present duties on, and regulations respecting exportation of, "29. 147."

21. Passage vessels to North America, their safety regulated, 29. 148.

- 22. Controverted elections, laws of, consolidated and amended, 29. 148.

23. Composition for stamp duties on bankers' bills and notes allowed, id. ib.

24. Bills of exchange (Ireland), laws relating to, assimilated to those of England, and noting and protesting regulated,'29. 148.

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