| Brougham, Lord, Acts and Bills of, by Sir J. E.
Wilmot, 278; early Parliamentary career of, ib. ;
LOTON, ELIZA, the English Bread-Book for Domestic on law reform, ib. ; state of our laws, 279; ad-
se, by, 128, 140; and see Bread.
vantages of a digest, 279, 280; codification con-
Albani, Cardinal, 52.
sidered, 280; Lord J. Russell's views, 281;
Army, the, reports and works on, 85; and see American reforms, 282; Lord Brougham's Acto,
282, 283; Prisoners' Counsel Bill, 283; Lord
Austria, on the popularity of, in England, 292; Eldon's opposition, 284; Lord Brougham's
policy of, ib.
speech on law reform in 1828, 285; becomes
Ayrer, Jacob, 29.
chancellor, ib. ; Sydney Smith's eulogium on,
Aytoun, W. E.. The Ballads of Scotland, by, 169; 286; criminal law digest, ib. ; general heads of
and see Scotland.
his measures, 287; libel and slander, ib.; chan.
cery, ib. ; real property, ib.; criminal law and
bankruptcy, 288; law of evidence, ib.; courts
established since 1828, ib.; county courts, 288,
Bankruptcy laws, alterations in, 288.
289; other law reformers, 289; Lord Lynd.
Berlin, the gallery of paintings at, 194.
Bible, the chronology of the, 210; on the laws Buckle, Mr., sketch of George III., by, 257.
determining historical evidence, ib.; Sir G. C. Bunsen, C. C. J., Egypt's Place in Universal His.
Lewis and Mr. Grote on the true method, 211; tory, by, 210; and see Bible chronology.
Mr. Bunsen's work on Egypt, 211, 212; object
of, 212; his authorities, ib ; value of Egyptian
registers, 213; Manetho's history, 214; curious
mixture of history and mythic narrative, ib. n. ; Carbonari, the, in Italy, 62.
Makrizi, 215; the works of Eratosthenes, 216, Carlyle, Thos., History of Frederick the Great, by,
216; Julius Africanus, 216 ; Eusebius and Syn 153 ; faults' of style, 154, 168 ; on historical
cellus, 217; theory of contemporary dynasties, writing, ib. ; on the origin of the Hohenzollerns,
217, 218; Manetho's dynasties, 218; errors of 155, 156; Sigismund, super grammaticam, 156;
Mr. Bunsen, ib.; his arbitrary corrections of repetition of slight circumstances, 157; reflec-
authorities, 219, 220; unsatisfactory treatment tions on the Reformation, ib.; peculiarities of
of the middle period of the Egyptian monarchy, Frederick William, ib. ; arrangement of the
220; the Shepherd kings, 220, 221; credulity work, 167; Mr. Carlyle and Macaulay compared,
and scepticism, 221; Scriptural chronology, ib. ; 168; essence of his philosophy, 169.
chronological systems of ancient nations, 221, Catholic emancipation, 54.
222; value of contemporary monuments, 223 ; Central Criminal Court, establishment of, 288.
on Mr. Bunsen's data for reconstructing chro- Chatham, Lord, general character of, 258; his con-
nology, 224; pyramids of Gizeh, 225; Mr. Bun- duct towards George III., ib.; influence of, 261.
sen's arbitrary method of dealing, 226; arrange- Cholera in Rome, the, 70.
ment of periods to which kings belong, 227; Mr. Consular service, report from the select committee
Bunsen's scheme of Bible chronology, 229; date on, 40; complaints and proposed improvementa,
of the Exodus, ib.
41; position of the British consul, ib.; origin of
Boswell's Life of Johnson, 97; and see Johnson. consul,' 42; their duties, 43; diminution of im-
Bread-Book, The English, by Eliza Acton, 128. portance in France, 44; English consular juris-
Bread, on the manufacture of, 128; improvement diction, ib.; consuls in China, 45; in the Levant,
in, 129; adulteration, ib.; early history of 45, 46; expenditure of establishments, 46, 47;
wheat, 130; variety of, 131; experiment with insufficiency of salaries, 47; popularity of the
grass, ib. ; hybrids, 132; principal kinds of institution, 48; compensation, ib. ; payment of
wheat, 133; their character, ib.; structure of fees, 49.
the wheat-grain, ib.; flour dressings, 134; com- Cornwallis, the Marquis of, corrospondence of, 1;
position of flour, 135; bread, ib.; lightening,' remarkable career of, ib.; Mr Ross, 2; anec-
ib.; ferment, 136; preparing the dough, ib.; } dotes, ib.; pedigree of Cornwallis family, 3;
yeast, 136, 137 ; fermentation, 138; water, 139; | Lord Brome, ib.; joins the army, ib. ; suc-
use of alum, ib.; lime-water, ib. ; the baking, ceeds to the earldom, 4; embarks for America,
ib.; command of the army, ib.; his position and
British Museum, the, state of confusion in, 205. surrender, 5; his eagerness for the emoluments
Brougham, Lord, on the character of George III., of office, 6, 6; mission to Frederick the Great,
6; appointment in India, ib.; campaign against