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Quantities imported from each country, and re-s 1840; [in 427.] - LV. tained for consumption in the United Kingdoml 1841 : [in 494.j - LVI. 103.

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Servia :
Treaties and Hatti-sheriffs relating to Servia; [464.] - - - LXI. 337

Session, Court of :

Return of the number of causes instituted and decided in the Court of Session in Scotland, 1842; showing the number of causes ready for judgment, but not disposed of; (11.) - - - - - - - - XLIX. 119

Return, in columns, showing the amount and application of the fee-fund collected in the Court of Session, in each year respectively, since 1 & 2 Vict. c. 118;

(484.) - - - - - - - - - - - XLIX. 127

Abstract of extent of business which has been done in the Court of Session since 1780; number of causes brought into court each year, in septennial periods, 1780, till the court was divided; number decided in septennial periods before the Lords Ordinary, and by the Inner House, from 1780 : similar returns of business from the time the court was divided, showing increase and decrease of each kind of causes in each series of seven years; (253.) - XLIX. 121

see also Judicial Establishments (Scotland).

Sessions of the Peace (Dublin): Bill to make better provision for the appointment of a deputy for the chairman of the sessions of the peace in the county of Dublin, and to provide for taking of an oath by the said chairman or deputy, and to amend an Act, 1 Vict., to amend the law for the recovery of small debts by civil bill in Ireland; (552.) II. 309 see also Petty Sessions (Ireland).

Sewers:

Accounts of receipts and expenditure of Commissioners of Sewers for the city of
Westminster and part of the county of Middlesex, for the Holborn and Fins-
bury division, for the Tower Hamlets, and for the limits extending from East
Moulsey, Surrey, to Ravensbourne, Kent, 1831-1840; (319.) XLVIII. 209

see also London Corporation.

Shannon Navigation:

Fourth Annual Report of the Commissioners for the improvement of the Navigation of the River Shannon, Ireland; (76.) - - - - XXVIII. 253

see also Miscellaneous Services, VII.

Shannon River:
Tonnage of exports and imports at principal stations thereon, 1840; [in 427.]

LV. 324 Sheep and Lamb's Wool, see Wool.

Sheriff Clerks (Scotland):

Abstract of return of the yearly incomes arising out of fees, and all other sources of emolument accruing to each sheriff clerk in Scotland, under the 1 & 2 Vict. c. 119, s. 28, since the same has been in force, and up to 1st January 1842, showing the gross yearly income and amount of deductions therefrom, and the net income remaining after payment of such deductions; also, the number of processes transmitted to avizandum to the sheriffs or sheriffs depute and sheriffs substitute in Scotland, from 1 January 1842 to 1 January 1843; also, the number returned in the same period; the number of cases at avizandum at the last-, mentioned date, and the longest period during the year that any process was in the possession of any sheriff or sheriffs substitute respectively; (527.)

X. 177

Sheriff's Depute (Scotland): Abstract of return of the names of the several sheriffs' depute, and other persons appointed to act instead of those who during 1839, 1840, and 1841, have been

employed in revising the electoral lists in Scotland, &c.; also, the total amount paid on account of such revision, &c.; (597.) - - - - XLIX. 185 vol. | page. N-vSheriffs' Expenses, see Miscellaneous Services, III.

Shipping:

pping 1. Entered and Cleared: - Number and tonnage of vessels, distinguishing the countries to which they belong, which entered inwards and cleared outwards, 1842, compared with 1841, exclusive of vessels in ballast, and coasting trade; (in 35.) - - - LII. 1 Number of merchant ships, specifying the amount of their tonnage, and the number of their crews, that have cleared out from the United Kingdom for - China each year, 1833–1842; similar account of vessels that have entered inwards; [in 257.] - - - - - - - - - - - LII. 23 Number and tonnage of vessels that entered and cleared coastwise at each of the ports, numbers of their crews, distinguishing steam from sailing vessels, 1841; like return to and from the colonies, and from foreign ports; (in 216.) LII. 379

2. Registered in Great Britain :

Number and tonnage of sailing vessels registered at each of the ports in Great Britain and Ireland, including the Channel Islands, distinguishing those above -- 50 tons, 31 December 1841; similar returns of steam-vessels and tonnage; [in 216.] - - - - - - - - - - - LII. 379 Number and tonnage of vessels registered at each port in Great Britain and Ireland, including Channel islands, distinguishing those above and under 50 tons; similar returns of steam-vessels; returns elating to the coasting trade, colonies, and British and foreign ports ; colonial-built vessels registered in Great Britain, 1841; number and tonnage of vessels registered at each colony; similar return of steam-vessels; number of vessels built and registered in the British empire,

1841, 1842, 1843, crews employed, &c.; (207.) - - - - LII. 393

3. Registered in Colonies:

Number and tonnage of sailing vessels registered in each port of each of the
colonies, distinguishing vessels under and above 50 tons register; similar returns
of steam-vessels; number and tonnage of vessels that entered and cleared at
each port of each colony coastwise, or to ports of other colonies, distinguishing
British, colonial, and foreign, 1841; like return for United Kingdom, Channel
Islands, and Isle of Man; similar return as to foreign ports: also, return

relating to registered vessels in British North America, 1821-1841; (74.)
LII. 367

4. America:

Number of American ships and their tonnage entered inwards from the United States in the ports of the United Kingdom, 1833–1842; also, a similar return of the number cleared outwards for the United States; similar return of British ships cleared and entered for the United States; (in 428.) - - LII. 175 Account of the number of ships that cleared out from Halifax in Nova Scotia during 1840 and 1841, specifying their tonnage and crews, the description and value of their cargoes, and the countries to which they were destined; also a similar return for Quebec and Miramichi; (610.) - - - LII. 389

5. Sound: Number of British and foreign ships wo to 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 48 passed the Sound - - - - - - -l 1832 to 1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 55 6. Sunderland:

Number of ships that have entered the port of Sunderland in each of the past two years, and stating the amount of their tonnage; number of ships built in the port of Sunderland, and the amount of their tonnage, in each of the last five years; (514.) - - - - - - - - - - LII. 313 see also Abercrombie Robinson. Barbadoes. Man, Isle of Merchant Vessels.

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First Report from the Select Committee appointed to inquire into the Shipwreck of British Vessels, and the means of preserving the lives and property of shipwrecked persons, together with the Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, and Index;

• (549.) - - - - - - - - - - - - IX. 1

Second Report from the Select Committee on Shiprecks, together with the Minutes

of Evidence taken before them; (581.) - - - - - - IX. 669 Shumac:

Quantities imported, exported, and
cleared for consumption in the 1839 and 1840; [in 427.] - LW. 17. 99
United Kingdom; rates and (1840 and 1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 18. 104
amount of duty - - - - - -

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Siam : Quantities of principal articles imported *:::::: [in 427.] - LV. 90 from - - - - - - - - - - - - -U1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 102

Sierra Leone and the Gambia:

Rates of duty at Sierra Leone and the Gambia, and by what authority charged, stating the amount received each year, 1839, 1840, 1841, on the principal articles of import, and the aggregate amount of receipts of customs in each year; account of the expenditure of the same; (268.) - - - LII. 189

Return of the total income of the settlements of Sierra Leone and the Gambia, in each of the years 1839, 1840, and 1841, and how expended, stating the several and separate heads of income and expenditure, with the particulars thereof under each head; also, a return of the public expenditure in the settlements cf Sierra Leone, from 1825 to 1842, both inclusive, distinguishing that from colonial funds, and that from Parliamentary grants; and distinguishing the expenditare in each year from each source; (622.) - - XXXIII. 331

Quantities and value of imports into, and exports from, 1838 and 1839; [in 427.] 463. 541 see also Commissariat. Miscellaneous Services, W. Slave Trade.

Silk: Quantity of raw silk imported into the United Kingdom from China each year, 1830–1842; (in 257.) - - - - - - - - - LII. 23 Quantities of foreign imported, exported, re-exported, and cleared for consumption in the United Kingdom; rates and amount of duty - - - - - - -

Silk Hosiery, see Manufacturers, &c.

1839 and 1840; [in 427.] LW. 20.99. 109.329 1840 and 1841; [in 494.] LVI. 22. 104. 113. 120

Silver. see Sycee Silver.

Sinde :
Copies of various treaties with Sinde; (313.) - - - - XXXIX. 1
Papers relative to Sinde, 1836–1838; [489.] - - - - XXXIX. 9
Further papers, 1838–43; [490.] - - - - - - XXXIX. 45
Sinking Fund :
Sums expended and stock purchased by the . T.
Commissioners for the Reduction of the o to .* [in 427.] o 8
Ş.. " ": “...".".[1839 to 1841; [in 494.] • 9

Sittings of The House, see House of Commons.
Skins:

, Quantities of various kinds imported, exported, re-exported, 1839 and 1840; [in 427.] LW. 21.99. 110

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Skipton Workhouse:

Copy of the report of Mr. Clements to the Poor Law Commissioners upon inmates of the Skipton workhouse sent to a factory; (in 143.) - - XLV. 227

Names of persons who have been appointed governors of the workhouse, 184142, with reasons why they resigned, &c.; copy of communication addressed to the Board of Guardians by Poor Law Commissioners relating to charges against Mr. Mottram; names and ages of inmates of the said workhouse who have been employed in factories; contracts for food and clothing, coals and timber, which have been entered into by the Board, &c.; (438.) - - - XLV. 233

Slave Trade:
I. Bills:

1. Suppression of Slave Trade:

Bill, intituled “An Act for the more effectual Suppression of the Slave Trade;"
(497.) - - - - - - - - - - - IV. 393
Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (584.) - - - - - IV. 399
Bill [as amended by the Committee, and as proposed to be amended on the
Report]; (0.132.) - - - - - - - - - IV. 403

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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

3. Bolivia: Bill for carrying into effect a treaty between Her Majesty and the holis of

Bolivia for the abolition of the slave trade; (127.) - - - 307 4. Chili:

Bill for carrying into effect the treaty between Her Majesty and the Republic of

Chili, for the abolition of the traffic in slaves; (502.) - - - IV. 209

5. Merico: Bill for carrying into effect the treaty between Her Majesty and the Mexican Republic, for the abolition of the traffic in slaves; (503.) - - - IV. 239

6. Orders in Council: Bill to continue an Act for authorising Her Majesty to carry into immediate execution, by Orders in Council, any treaties for the suppression of the slave trade; (464.) - - - - - - - - - - - IV. 409 7. Portugal: Bill for carrying into effect the treaty between Her Majesty and the Queen of Por

tugal, for the suppression of the traffic in slaves; (504.) - - IV. 261 8. Teras: Bill for carrying into effect the treaty between Her Majesty and the Republic of Texas, for the suppression of the African slave trade; (129.) - - IV. 373 9. Uruguay: Bill for carrying into effect the treaty between Her Majesty and the oriental Republic of the Uruguay, for the abolition of the slave trade; (128.) - IV. 335

II. Accounts and Papers:

Class (A.) Correspondence with British Commissioners at Sierra Leone, the Havannah, Rio de Janeiro, and Surinam, relative to the slave trade, for 1842; [482.] - - - - - - - - - - - LVIII. 17 Class (B.) Correspondence with Spain, Portugal, Brazil, the Netherlands, Sweden, Monte Video, the Argentine Confederation, and Bolivia, relative to the slave trade; [483.] - - - - - - - - - LVIII. 347 Class (C.) Correspondence on the slave trade with foreign powers, parties to conventions under which vessels are to be tried by the tribunals of the nations to which they belong; [484.] - - - - - - - - LIX. 1 Class (D.) Correspondence with foreign powers not parties to conventions giving right of search of vessels suspected of the slave trade; [485.] - LIX. 337 Return of the number of ships of war employed for the suppression of the slave trade in 1842; (363.) - - - - - - - - LVIII. 15 see also Treaties. Miscellaneous Services, W.

Slavery (Ceylon):
Copies or extracts of any correspondence relating to the abolition of slavery in the
Island of Ceylon, since the date of the last despatches laid before Parliament;
(568.) - - - - - - - - - - LVIII. 1

Slavery (East Indies): Copy of a Legislative despatch from the secretary to the Government of India to the secretary at the India House, April 1843; (525.) - - - LVIII. 13

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

1839 and 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 17. 106 1840 and 1841 ; [in 494.] - LV1. 18. 105

Smithfield: Number of cattle and sheep sold in each month, 1833 to 1840; [in 427.] 321 Smoke Prevention : Report from the Select Committee appointed to inquire into the means and the expediency of preventing the nuisance of smoke, arising from fires or furnaces, and who were empowered to report thereupon, together with the Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, and Index; (583.) - - - - - VII. 79

Sess, 1843. - K 4

vo L. | page. - - ~~ Smuggling. see Tobacco. Ercise Laws Offences (Ireland).

Soap: Account of all soap made in each town in Great Britain; soap exported and imported, and allowances and drawbacks thereon; convictions for defrauding the revenue arising from soap ; also, the number of licences granted (331.)

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Soap and Candles: Quantities and declared value, British, and Irish,s 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 116 exported to each country - - - - - :{: ; [in 494.] - LVI. 120

Solicitors. see Attornies and Solicitors.

Somnauth. see East Indies.

South Sea Company : Return of the amount of unclaimed dividends on the stock and annuities of the South Sea Company, 1 August 1842; (482.) - - - XLVIII. 221 Account of the amount of all duties levied under the South Sea Act, in each year from 25 June 1823 inclusive, to the latest period; of all sums issued by the Exchequer to the Commissioners for Redemption of the National Debt, from 25 June 1823 to the latest period; return of all stock purchased by the Commissioners of the National Debt, and of the amount of deficiency still to make up the Guarantee Fund, from 25 June 1823 to the latest period; account of the clear revenue and profits of the South Sea Company, for the half year ending 5 July 1823, and for every subsequent half year to the 5 July 1843; also, an account of the number of annuitants possessed of Old South Sea Annuities, of New South Sea Annuities, and of Three per cent. Annuities, classed agreeably to an Order of The House of Commons of 13 March 1823, and due 5 July 1843; (577.) - - - - - - - - - XLVIII. 223

South Sea Islands: Quantities and value of principal arti-s 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 9o. 106. 1 12 cles imported into and exported from u1841; [in 494.] – LVI. - loo. 1 lo

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Special Commission: Statement of expenses incurred during the late special commission, for which the sum of 15,000 l. is estimated to be required in the Miscellaneous Estimates; distinguishing the amount incurred at Stafford, Chester, and Liverpool, for the expenses of judges, fees to counsel, and fees to solicitors, with the expenses of solicitors, and the number of days the judges sat at each place ; (169.) - XXX. 653 Special Session of the Peace: Bill, intituled “An Act to regulate the convening and holding of Special Sessions

of the Peace;” (512.) - - - - - - - - - IV. 411

Bill to regulate the convening and holding of special sessions of the peace; (537.)

IV. 419

Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (579.) - - - - - IV. 427 Spelter:

Quantities imported, exported, re-
exported, and cleared for con-|1839 and 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 21. 100. 11o
sumption in the United los” and 1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 22.105.1 14
dom; rates and amount of duty

Spices: Quantities of various kinds imported, ex1839 and 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 20 1840 and 1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 22

ported, and cleared for consumption
in the United Kingdom; rates and
amount of duty - - - - - - -

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