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ses. | Pate N A T U R e sessional | **** of GENERAL SUBJECT. Vol. & P if the No Printing. OF THE PARTICULAR PAPER. ol. age. Bill passel. 1843. 7 Wict, 496. July 27. Probates of Wills (Ireland) - Courts in Ireland which have been empowered to grant Probates of Wills and Letters of Administration, stating Extent of their respective Jurisdictions; in what Places and in whose Custody the respective Wills and Records are LI. 323. deposited; Dates of earliest Wills in their respective Registries; Period at which a Series of regular Wills exists; Detail of the State and Condition of the Records - - - 497 – 28. Slave Trade - - - || Bill, intituled, An Act for the more effec-l w tual Suppression of the Slave Trade -s IV. 393. c. 98. 498. - - Stamp Duties - - - Bill [as amended by the Committee] - IV. 439. C. 72. [Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer and Sir George Clerk.] 499. - - || Coalwhippers - - - || Bill [as amended by the Select Com- I. 505 L. & P. c. ci. [Mr. W. Gladstone, mittee] - - - - - - . 505. - - - the Lord Mayor of London, Mr. Masterman and Mr. Greene.] 5oo. - - | Heritable Securities (Scot- || Bill to facilitate the Constitution, Taoil land). mission and Extinction of Heritable III. 117. [Mr. Rutherford and Securities for Debt in Scotland Mr. Fox Maule.] 501. - - | Slave Trade - - - || Bill for carrying into Effect the o [Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer between Great Britain, Austria, Prus- IV. 18 c. *0 and Sir George Clerk.] sia and Russia, for the Suppression of . 185. • Jothe African Slave Trade - - 502. - - || Slave Trade - - - || Bill for carrying into Effect the ...] |Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer between Her Majesty and the Republic I IV. 20 C. 52. and Sir George Clerk.] of Chile, for the Abolition of the Traffic | . 209. in Slaves - - - - 503. - - | Slave Trade - - - || Bill for carrying into Effect the Treaty UMr. Chancellor of the FXchequer between Her M1 ajesty and the Mexican | and Sir George Clerk.] Republic, for the Abolition of the IV. 239. C. 51. Traffic in Slaves - - - -J 504. - - || Slave Trade - - - || Bill for carrying into Effect the Treaty [Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer between Her Majesty and the §. IV. 261. C. 53. and Sir George Clerk. ) of Portugal, for the Suppression of the Traffic in Slaves - - - : 505. - — ; Turnpike Acts - - - || Bill to continue certain Turnpike Acts - IV. 493. c. 69. - [Mr. Manners Sutton and Mr. Gaskell.] 506. - - || Highway Rates - - - || Bill to continue an Act authorizing the [Mr. Manners Sutton Application of Highway Rates to III. 133. c. 59. and Mr. Gaskell.] Turnpike Roads - - - 507. — — . Bishops (Ireland) - - || Bill, to relieve Bishops succeeding to [Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland Bishoprics, by Operation of the * and Lord Eliot.] to alter and amend the Laws relating I. 279. c. 57. to the Temporalities of the Church in Ireland, from certain Liabilities - 508. - - || Drainage of Lands - - || Bill [as amended by the Committee, andl II. 1 [Mr. Pusey, Lord Worsley on Re-commitment] - - -J • 145. and Sir John Trollope.] 509. - - || Caledonian Canal - - || Thirty-eighth Report of the Commis. sioners for making and maintaining)|XXIX. 313. the Caledonian Canal - - - 51O. – 31. Probates of Wills - - Return from the Court of Hustings, stating Extent of Jurisdiction in granting Probates of Wills, &c., and in whose Custody such Wills and Records XL. 209
are deposited ; Date of earliest and
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Names of the different Corps of Yeo. manry Cavalry which have been, or which are to be re-established on permanent Pay and Allowances under *: Estimate of the present Year -
Bill [as amended by the Committee]
Bill to regulate the Convening and Holding of Special Sessions of the Peace - - - - - ...]
Services of such Out-Pensioners of Chelsea Hospital as shall be called out to assist in preserving the Public Peace - - - - -
Bill for rendering more effective o
Bill for removing Doubts as to the Service of Clerks or Apprentices to Public Notaries, and for amending the Laws regulating the Admission of Public Notaries - - -
Bill to annex detached Parts of Counties to the Counties in which they are situated - - - - - -]
Bill to make further Provision in re-n spect of Grand Jury Presentments in Counties of Cities and Counties of
Towns in Ireland - - - -J
Fees charged for admitting Individuals to see the Monuments in Westminster Abbey; distinguishing the Charge for Admission; Aggregate Amount received each Year since 1836: Similar Returns for St. Paul's - -
Return of the Petty Sessions held in Ireland during 1842; the Number of Days and Dates thereof; the Number of Magistrates who attended, and, when no Petty Sessions were held, the Cause thereof - - -
Annual Account of the Chamberlain of the City of London relating to Duties and Payments; Surpluses; London Bridge, Sale of Coals; Blackfriars Bridge, Navigation of Thames, Paving and Lighting; Ward Expenses; Mooring Chains; Royal Exchange; Sewers; Bridge House Estate; Police -
Bill to defray the Pay, Clothing and Contingent and other Expenses of the Disembodied Militia in Great Britain and Ireland, and to grant Allowances, in certain cases, to Officers and Sur. geons, and to authorize the Employment of the Non-Commissioned Officers - - - - -
Bill for the further Regulation of the Offices of Chief and Second Rol brancer of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland - - - - - - |
Returns of Reports by the Inspector-General of Prisons, and Superintendent of Convict Service, on Complaints forwarded to the Irish Government, between 1836 and 1842, and of Evidence taken relative to the Mode of conducting the Convict Service in Ireland, &c.
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Yeomanry Cavalry -
Episcopal Functions -
Special Sessions (No. 2.) -
Chelsea Hospital -
[Sir H. Hardinge and Sir James Graham.]
Public Notaries - -
[Mr. Manners Sutton and
Detached Parts of Counties
[Mr. Robert Scott and
Grand Jury Presentments
[Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland
Westminster Abbey and St.
Petty Sessions (Ireland)
London Corporation -
Militia - - - -
Exchequer Court (Ireland)
[Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer,
Convict Service (Ireland)
I. 81 1.
Account of the Prices of Articles of Consumption at the Poor Law *...] throughout England and Wales, in June 1842 and June 1843 - - |
Bill, intituled, An Act for the better Gol vernment of Her Majesty's Subjects resorting to China - - - -]
Bill, intituled, An Act for extending to Scotland and Ireland the Power of the Lord High Chancellor to grant Commissions to enable Persons to take and receive Affidavits; and for amending the Law relating to Commissions for the Bxamination of Witnesses - -J
Sums of Money received and paid each Year, to 1842, by the Chamberlain of the City of London, in relation to the Market established for the Sale of Coals, pursuant to 1 & 2 Will. 4, c. 76, and 1 & 2 Vict., c. 106; also, Sums of Money invested under Authority of the said Acts; stating the Securities in which the same are invested, and Balance in Hand, December 1842
Account of the Income and Expenditure, for the Year ended 5 July 1843; together with the Balances in the Exchequer at the Commencement and at the Termination of the Year; and the Amount of Funded or Unfunded debt created or redeemed in the said Year
Copy of the Proceedings of the Directors and Guardians of the Poor, relative to the Infant Pauper Children in the Workhouse, subsequent to 1 January 1843 - - - - -
Account of Unclaimed Prize Money formerly made by the Deputy '...] of the Royal Hospital at Chelsea, *: nuary 1809 to December 1842 -
China - - -
Affidavit, &c., Commissions
Coal Market, London -
Public Income and Expen-
Army Prize Money -