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Account of the quantity of woollen rags imported since 1828, and its proportional application to manufacture and agriculture; (185.) - - - LII. 357

Railway Bills: Return of the number of Railway Bills brought into Parliament in each year since the year 1839, and the number of Railway Acts passed during that time, and the amount of capital authorised to be raised by such Acts respectively; distinguishing the names of the railways to which such Acts relate, and which of them relate to new railways, and which to alterations of railways previously authorised: also, the number of railway plans deposited in the Private Billoffice during the same time, distinguishing the names of the railways to which such plans relate, and whether they relate to new undertakings or to amendments

already authorised ; (571.) - - - - - - - XLIV. 43 Railways:

Report of the officers of the railway department to the Board of Trade, with ap

pendices; [440.] - - - - - - - - - XLVII. 1

Return of the amount of money levied and paid annually by each railroad company, under the head of duty on passengers, to 5th January 1843; (151.) XXX. 607

Returns of the sums paid annually for the salary, conveyance, and other charges of the mail guards upon each railway in the United Kingdom ; also, of the sums paid to each railway in the United Kingdom for the conveyance of mails; (72.) - - - - - - - - - - - LIII. 347

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Ramsgate Harbour:
Account of the revenue and expenditure of the Royal harbour of Ramsgate trust,

1840–41 ; (27.) - - - - - - - - - XXX. 611 A similar return, 1841–42; (585.) - - - - - - XXX. 615 Rapeseed:

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for consumption in the United King- 1840 and 1841; [in 494.] LVI. 22. 103

Quantities imported, exported, and o
dom ; rates and amount of duty - - -

Rates (Ireland):

Bill to empower justices of the peace in Ireland to act in certain cases relating to rates to which tiley are chargeable; (49.) - - - - - III. 177

Recorders:
Return of salaries paid to the recorders of all corporate towns in England and
Wales which have a separate quarter sessions of the peace, with the names of
such recorders; (342.) - - - - - - - - XLIV. 173
Records, Public:
Fourth Report of the deputy keeper of public records 1843; [474.]
XLVII. 277

see also Miscellaneous Services, II. Refuge for the Destitute. see Miscellaneous Services, VI.

Refugees, see Miscellaneous Services, VI.

Registration of Voters :

Bill to amend the law for the registration of persons entitled to vote, and to define certain rights of voting, and to regulate certain proceedings in the election of

Members to serve in Parliament for England and Wales; (39.) - IV. 1 Bill [as amended by Committee, and on re-commitment]; (138.) - IV. 53 Bill [as amended by the Lords]; (266.) - - - - - - IV. 107

SEss. 1843, 1 4

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Registration of Voters (Ireland): Total number of Parliamentary electors appearing, by the lists or books of the clerks of the peace, registered for each county, city, town, and borough in Ireland, 1835, 1837, 1843; including 1843, those registered subsequently to 1st July 1835; distinguishing in separate columns the numbers registered under different qualifications, showing the increase or decrease exhibited by the numbers so appearing registered 1st February 1843, compared with those appearing registered at each of the above periods; (203.) - - - - L. 259

Abstract and summary for the whole of Ireland of the returns relative to the registration of electors in Ireland presented April 1843; (293.) - - L. 287

Religious Worship:

Return of the amount of money applied by Parliament, during each year since 1800, in aid of the religious worship of the Church of England, of the Church of Scotland, of the Church of Rome, and of the Protestant dissenters in England, Scotland, and Ireland, respectively; whether by way of augmentation of the income of the ministers of each religious persuasion, or for the erection and .endowment of churches and chapels, or for any other purpose connected with the religious instruction of each such section of the population of the United Kingdom; with a summary of the whole amount applied during the above period in aid of the religious worship of each of the above classes; (37; 19

Remembrancer of Erchequer (Ireland). see Erchequer.

Reproductive Loan Fund Institution (Ireland):
Copy of o of the Earl of Clarendon and others, praying for the incorporation

of the Irish Reproductive Loan Fund Institution; (570.) - - - L. 401 Revenue: Report from Commissioners on Revenue Inquiry, on customs frauds; [480.]

XXIX. 7 Account of the ordinary revenues of the United Kingdom of Great Britain .# Ireland, 1802–1842, after deducting the repayments, allowances, discounts and drawbacks, and bounties in the nature of drawbacks; stating the amount paid in each of the said years for charges of management, and of the payument thereout in the progress of the said revenues to the Exchequer; together with the amount paid into the Exchequer; (209.) - - - - - XXX. 205

Revenue Deductions: Return of the amounts not paid into the Exchequer, but deducted for costs of collection, and all other purposes, from the gross amounts received by the customs, excise, stamps, taxes, post-office, and every other departin ent of revenue; also, a return of the amounts received by the army, navy, ordnance, civil and all other departments of expenditure, from all sources, except Parliamentary grants or issues from the Exchequer, 1842; (371.) - XXX. 263

see also Public Income and Expenditure. Revenue, Population, and Commerce :

Tables of the revenue, population, and -
commerce of the United to: xi. §: § - . o

and its dependencies - - - - Revising Barristers. see Miscellaneous Services, VII. Rhubarb :

1839 and 1840; [in 427.] LV. 19. 97. 100

exported, and cleared for con-
1840 and 1841; [in 494.] LVI. 22. 102. 1 13

sumption in the United King-
dom; rates and amount of duty

Rio de la Plata :

Quantities and value of principal articles's 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 9o. 106. 12 imported into and exported from - -l 1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 96.11o. 1 16

Quantities imported, exported, :

Rio Janeiro. see Slave Trade.
Itoman-catholic Church. see Religious Worship.
Roman Catholic College (Ireland), see Miscellaneous Services, IV.
Rosewood :

Quantities imported, exported, and cleared sol 1839 and 1840; [in 447.] LV. 18

consumption in the United Kingdom ; • T.
rates and amount of duty - - - *". jibao and 1841 ; [in 494.] LVI. 20

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Royal Dublin Society:

Copy of a memorial transmitted by the Royal Dublin Society to the Lords of the
Treasury, in January 1843, praying for a grant of money for the erection of a
national museum in Ireland; with copies of correspondence thereupon (in 372.)

see also Miscellaneous Services, IV. XX. 501

Royal Erchange, see London Corporation.

Royal Family:
Bill to enable Her Majesty to settle an annuity on Her Royal Highness Princess
Augusta Caroline, eldest daughter of His Royal Highness the Duke of Cam-
bridge; (345.) - - - - - - - - - - I. 413
Royal Hibernian Academy) - - -
Royal Irish Academy -s see Miscellaneous Services, IV.

Royal Palaces:

Account of public money expended at each of the Royal palaces, gardens and
parks, and the appurtenances thereof; stating amount of expenditure from
Parliamentary grants, Crown revenues surrendered to the public by Civil List
Acts, and other sources; also, amount of salaries and other emoluments received

by the rangers and deputy rangers, 1838–1843; (343.) - - XXX. 619
see also Miscellaneous Services, I.
Rum:

Quantity of rum, distinguishing West and Eas India rum, entered for consumption
in England, and Scotland, and Ireland, separately, 1833–1842; (in 38o.)

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Quantities imported, exported, :
dom; rates and amount of duty

Russell, Mr. see Carnarvon County Gaol.
Russia:
Bill for carrying into effect the treaty between Great Britain, Austria, Prussia, and
Russia, for the suppression of the African slave trade; (501.) - IV. 185

Treaty of commerce and navigation between Her Majesty and the Emperor of all
the Russias; [426.] - - - - - - - - - LXI. 325

Commercial tariffs and regulations, together with the commercial treaties between
England and foreign countries; [515.] - - - - - LVII. 897

Quantities and value of principal *::::: [in 427.] - LW. 9o. 106. 1 12
imported into and exported from - -l 1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 96.11o. 116

see also Mines.

S.
Sable Island. see Miscellaneous Services, W.

Saddlery and Harness:

Declared value, British and Irish, exported o [in 427.] - LW. 115
each country - - - - - - - - - - -l 1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 119

Safflower:

Quantities imported, exported, and
cleared for consumption in the 1839 and 1840; [in 427.]
United Kingdom; rates and j 1840 and 1841; [in 494.]
amount of duty - - - - s

LV. 17. 98
LVI. 18. 103

Sago:
Quantities imported, exported, o
cleared for consumption in the 1839 and 1840; [in 427.]
United Kingdom; rates anjo and 1841; [in 494.]
amount of duty - - - - -

Saint Paul's Cathedral:

Fees charged for admitting individuals to see the monuments at St. Paul's, dis-
tinguishing the charge for admission to the body of the edifice, and that for
admission to the chapels; aggregate amount received each year since 1836;
(in 542.) - - - - - - - - - - - XL. 101
Sess. 1843. K

LV. 19. 98
LVI. 22. 103

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Salaries and Expenses of Public Departments. see Miscellaneous Services, II.

Salmon Fisheries: Bill to repeal so much of 1 Geo. 1, as limits the time for taking, and being restrained from taking salmon in certain rivers, and to extend the provisions

of an Act, 58 Geo. 3, to the rivers therein mentioned ; (295.) - - IV. 169

Salt :
Quantities and declared value, British and slē40; [in 427.1 - - LW. 116
Irish, exported to each country - - -l 1841 ; [in 494.] - - LVI. 120

Salted Provisions:

Copy of any letter from the Treasury to the Board of Customs on 6th March, relating to the admission of salted provisions at the colonial duty; (167.)

LII. 291

Saltpetre :
Quantities imported, exported,
re-exported, and cleared for
consumption in the United
Kingdom; rates and amount
of duty - - - - - - -

Sandall. see Corn Law Petitions.

1839 and 1840; [in 427.] LV. 19. 97. 109 1840 and 1841 ; [in 494.] - LVI. 22. 103. 113

Sarsaparilla:

Quantities imported from each country's 1840; [in 427.] - - LV. 97 and retained for consumption - - -l 1841 ; [in 494.] - - LVI. 1 og Sattara:

Copy of the additional papers transmitted to the Court of Directors in relation to the commission of inquiry held at Sattara, October 1836, and ordered by a General Court of Proprietors of the East India Company, 4th December 1842; (491.) - - - - - - - - - XXXVIII. Part I. 1

Copies or extracts of correspondence and papers relating to, and explanatory of the deposition of the Raja of Sattara, and the appointment of his brother as his successor; (in 569.) - XXXVIII. Part I. 109. XXXVIII. Part II. 1

Copies of the despatches from the Bombay Government dated 31st October 1841, and subsequent dates, respecting the affairs of Sattara, with the enclosures therein referred to, as laid before the Court of Proprietors at the East India House on the 13th May 1842; also, a copy of a letter from General Lodwick, c. B., and late Resident at Sattara, dated 13th June 1842, to the Court of Directors of the East India Company, respecting the proceedings at Sattara, as laid before the Company of Proprietors at the East India House; (in 569.) - - - XXXVIII. Part I. 109. XXXVIII. Part II. 1

Copies of all letters addressed to, and from the deposed Raja of Sattara, that have been intercepted by the Bombay Government, by its officers, and by the Resident at Sattara; with copies of the despatches transmitting the same to the Governor-general of India, and to the Court of Directors: also, copies of the orders issued, and any observations made by the Governor-general, and by the Court of Directors, thereon; (in 569.) XXXVIII. Part 1. 109. XXXVIII. Part. II. 1

Savings Banks:

Gross amount of all sums received and paid by the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, on account of banks for savings, including friendly societies, in Great Britain and Ireland, from their commencement 1817, to November 1842; also, account of all expenses incurred for salaries of clerks, and other incidental charges; (in 165.) - - - - - XXX. 285

Number of depositors in savings banks, and the number of charitable institutions and friendly socities, and of the sums deposited in savings banks, 20 November 1842; amount of money received from trustees of savings banks, by the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, since 1817; amount of money, N. and interest, due by Commissioners to trustees of savings banks, November 1842; value of the Government securities standing in the name of Commissioners on that day; difference between the amount paid by the public for interest, and charges on the sums due to the trustees of savings banks and friendly societies; and amounts received from dividends of stock, or other public securities in which the said sums have been invested by Commissioners, August 1817 to 2d November 1842; (258.) - - - XXX. 627

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Savings Banks—continued. Rate of interest paid to depositors in each savings bank in the United Kingdom ; number of depositors; lowest amount of deposit on which interest is allowed; difference of interest between that received half-yearly, and that paid to depositors; amount of expense of management; amount of Exchequer bills in the hands of Commissioners, and prices at which purchased ; Exchequer bills converted or exchanged into Three per cents, since 21st June 1839; rate at

which the stocks were converted, &c., &c.; (281.) - - - XXX. 631 Amount received and paid on accounts 1831 to 1840; [in 427.] - - LV. l I thereof in each quarter - - - -l 1839, 1840 and 1841; [in 494.] LVI. 13 Number thereof, and of depositors; amount olığıo: [in 427.] - LW. 12

ko. in such division of le Vojigs, [in 494.] LVI. 14 Balance due thereto, and to friendly societies, 1839 and 1840; [in so • 14

Schoolmasters (Ireland):

Bill, intituled “An Act to provide for the recovery by summary process of Sums due to the Teachers of Schools in Ireland;” (578.) - - - IV. 475

Schoolmasters' Widows’ Fund Bill :

Report from the Select Committee appointed to inquire into the circumstances under which the Schoolmasters' Widows’ Fund Bill was returned to the House of Lords, and received the Royal Assent, the amendments made by the Lords not having been agreed to by this House, and to report their observations thereupon to The House ; (413) - - - - - - - - XI. 323 Schools: Return of the number of parochial, Sunday, and other charity schools in connexion with the Established Church, within the dioceses of St. Asaph and Bangor, &c.; (452.) - - - - - - - - - - XL. 135

see also Charities. Education. Factories, II. Normal Schools. Schools (Ireland). see National Schools. Schools (Scotland).

Number thereof, and number and sex of scholars therein, in each county, 1836 and 1837; [in 427.] - - - - - - - - - - LW. 330 Schools of Design. see Miscellaneous Services, IV.

Scientific Societies:
Bill to exempt from county, borough, poor, and other local rates, land and build-

ings occupied by scientific or literary socities; (286.) - - - IV. 173 Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (387.) - - - - - IV. 177 Bill [as amended by the Committee, on re-commitment, and on the Report]; (417.) - - - - - - - - - - - IV. 181 Scientific Works and Experiments. see Miscellaneous Services, IV. Scotland. see Affidavits. Caledonian Canal. Church of Scotland. Church Property. County Accounts. Criminal Offenders, II. Heritable Securities. Highland Roads and Bridges. Holyrood Park. Judicial Establishments. Lunatic Asylums. Medical Licences. Ministers. Miscellaneous Services, II. III. IV. VI. VIII. Moveables. Ordnance Survey. Paisley. Parishes. Parliamentary Representation. Poor and Population. Prisons.

Schools. Schoolmasters' Widows’ Fund. Session, Court of Sheriff Clerks.
Sheriffs Depute.

Secret Service. see Miscellaneous Services, II.
Secretary of State's Office (Ireland). see Miscellaneous Services, II.

Seeds:
Quantities of each kind imported,
exported, and cleared for consump-
tion in the United Kingdom; rates
and amount of duty - - -

Semaphore:

Expenses appertaining to the semaphore from London to Portsmouth, 1839–1841, including the pay of the officers and men; also, of the number of hours in the day appointed by the Admiralty for the ordinary working of the same ; number of the days during such period of three years when a semaphore was not available, by reason of the state of the atmosphere; (236.) - - XXX: 651

Sess, 1843. R 2

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