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N AT U R E OF THE PARTICULAR PAPER.

Number of Immigrants into the British West India Colonies and British Guiana from August 1834, and for all Votes of Money for Purposes of Immigration, and Annual Expenditure of the same, for the like Period - - -

Annual Report of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners of Ireland to the Lord! Lieutenant - - - -

Bill [as amended by the Committee, *] on Re-commitment] - -

Copy of Commission for inquiring into and considering the most effectual Means of improving the Metropolis, and of providing increased Facilities of Communication within the same

Return of the Number of Officers and Men serving in Great Britain and Ireland and in the Colonies, 1792, 1822, 1828, 1830, 1835 and 1840

Copies or Extracts of any Correspond. ence relative to the Establishment of a Settlement at Port Essington

Copy of Correspondence relative to the Conduct of the Lieutenant-Governor of St. Kitts - - - - J

Minutes and Proceedings adopted at the Halifax Union, 1st March; also, Copy of any Resolution for the Erection of a Mill within the Workhouse; Report of Mr. Clements upon Inmates of the Skipton Workhouse sent to a Factory

Sum expended in every Union, 1841, 1842; specifying Sum expended in Salaries in In-door Relief, in Out-door Relief, and Aggregate Amount; Number of Persons who received In-door Relief and Out-door Relief during that Period - - - - - -

Amount of Duties levied on Imports into] the Isle of Man, distinguishing British from Foreign, and specifying the various Articles on which the said Duties have been raised, 1840, 1842 -

Abstracts of the Accounts of Present. ments made by the Grand Juries à the several Counties, Cities and Towns in Ireland in the Year 1842 - 's

Comparative Statement of the Charge on the Public under the existing System and under the System proposed by the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill -

Copy of the Regulations made and Orders issued by the Government of Bengal for the Protection of Coolies proceeding to and from the Mauritius, or any other Place -

Bill for establishing a Court for Marriages and Divorces - - - - -

Sess.
No

136.

139.

140.

141.

142.

143.

144.

147.

148.

149.

Date
os
Printing.

GENERAL SUBJECT.

Sessional
Vol. & Page.

Chap, of Stat.
if the

| Bill passel,

1843.

Mar. 24.

West India Colonies -

Ecclesiastical Commission

(Ireland).

Registration of Voters |

[Sir James Graham, Mr. Attorney-
General and Mr. Solicitor-Ge-
neral.]

Metropolis Improvement

Army - - -

Port Essington - -

St. Kitts

Halifax Union - -

Poor Law - - -

Isle of Man - -

Grand Jury Presentments
(Ireland).

Ecclesiastical Courts Bill

Coolies - - -

Marriages and Divorces -
[Mr. Elphinstone and Mr. Aglionby.]

XXXIII. 215.

XXVIII. 7.

IV. 53.

XLVIII. 35.

XXXI. 145.

XXXIII. 161.

XXXIII. 101.

XLV. 227.

LII. 207.

L. 337.

XXX. 409.

XXXV. 127.

III. 371.

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165.

166.

167.

168.

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171.

172.

173.

Date of Printing.

GENERAL SUBJECT.

Sessional

Vol. & Page.

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1843.

April 4.

St. James's Improvement

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Testimony in Colonies

[Lord Stanley, Mr. Attorney. General and Mr. SolicitorGeneral.]

National Debt

Convict Ships

Salted Provisions -

Navy - - -

Special Commission

Corporations (Ireland) [Lord Eliot and Sir James Graham.]

Convict Discipline -

Poor Laws - -

Glass - - -

Newspaper Stamps -

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174.

175.

N A T U R E
OF THE PARTICULAR PAPER.

Malt.—Beer.—Quassia

Bill to empower the Commissioners of
Her Majesty's Woods to appropriate
to Building Purposes the Area of
Thatched House-court, and to widen
and improve Little St. James's street,
Westminster - - - - -

Bill to authorize the Legislatures of cer-
tain of Her Majesty's Colonies to pass
Laws for the Admission, in certain
Cases, of unsworn Testimony in Civil
and Criminal Proceedings

Account of the Gross Amount of all Bank
Annuities and Long Annuities trans-
ferred, and Money paid to the Com-
missioners for the Reduction of the

National Debt, and Expenses incurred

' ports that have foundered at Sea since
1816; also, Number of Ships of War
and Government Packets which have
been lost during the same Period -

Return of hired Convict Ships and :

the Board of Customs on 6th March,
relating to the Admission of Salted
Provisions at the Colonial Duty :

Ships of the Royal Navy of all :

Copy of any Letter from the Treasury |

in Ordinary, December 1842; Classes
of Ships in Commission, December
1842; Number of Officers and Men
allowed in each Class in the Comple-
ments of the Ships -

Expenses incurred during the late Spe-
cial Commission, for which £. 15,000
is estimated to be required in the o
timates; distinguishing Amount in-
curred at Stafford, Chester and Li-
verpool; Expenses of Judges, &c. -

Bill to amend an Act 3 & 4 Vict. for the]
Regulation of Municipal Corporations
in Ireland s

Copy of a Letter addressed by Sir James
Graham, Bart., to the Committee of
Visitors of Parkhurst Prison; (Appen-
dix to Part I.) -

Copy of Instruction of the Poor Law.
Commissioners to their Assistant Com-
missioners, to inquire into the State of
the Gilbert Acts in Corporations,
dated December 1842; and Reports
of the Assistant Commissioners made
in pursuance of those Instructions -)

Quantities of Glass imported into the
United Kingdom, of Foreign Glass on
which Duty was paid for Home use,
and of Foreign Glass exported, during
1842; also, of Foreign Glass remain-
ing in Bond - -- - - -

Return of the Number of Stamps issued to
each Newspaper of the United ;
dom, and the Amount of Advertise-
ment Duty paid by each, 1840-1842. |

Quantity of Malt used in the Distilleries,
1841–1842; of the Number of Barrels
of Beer exported to Foreign Countries,
distinguishing each Country, 1841–
1842; Quantity of Quassia imported,

1841-1842, distinguishing each Year

XXX. 537.

LII. 229.

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GENERAL SUBJECT.

N A TU R e OF THE PARTICULAR PAPER.

Sessional

Vol. & Page.

Corn

Corn

Education

Bank of Asia

Account of the average Rates of Duty) paid upon all Canadian. Wheat.imported into Great Britain in each Year, 1838–1842, with the average Rate of Duty paid upon the same, during Five Years ending 5 January 1843 -

Returns relating to the Importation and Exportation of Corn, Foreign and : lonial; Annual and Weekly Average Price of Wheat and other Grain; Quantities Imported; Amount of Duty received, &c. -

Return of the Sums expended for Édul cation in each County in England and Wales - - - - - -]

Copy of any Despatches, 1841, relative to the Incorporation of a Public Bank in London, together with all the Correspondence between the Projectors of the said Bank and the Boards of Trade and Control and the East India Company, relating to the projected Bank

of Asia - -

Bill for the better Application of certail Charitable Trusts for the Purposes of

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LIII. 295.

LIII. 9.

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XXXV. 85.

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Date
of
Printing.

Chap. of Stat.
if the

Bill passed.

176.

177.

178.

179.

180.

181

182.

183.

18A.

185.

186.

187.

188.

1843. Apr. 7.

Sess. 1843.

Charitable Trusts

[Sir George Grey

and Lord John Russell.]

Buildings

[Earl of Lincoln

and Sir J. Graham.]

Poor Law

Constabulary

Assessed Taxes

Woollen Rags

Cinnamon

Public Walks

Pound Breach and Rescue

Bill for the better Regulation of *]
Buildings of the Metropolitan Dis-l
tricts, and to provide for the Drainage |

Education - -

thereof - -

Return of the Name of each Union in
England and Wales, according to the
Districts of the Assistant Commission-
ers; with the Name of each Assistant
Commissioner, the Number of Pa-
rishes in each Union, Area and Popu-
lation, Salaries, &c. - -

Statement of the Amount of Consta-
bulary Force in each County, {...]
of a City, and County of a Town in
Ireland, January 1843 - - -

Total Number of Compositions for As-
sessed Taxes, renewed under 5 & 6
Vict. c.37, and of Amount of the same;
also, Number of Notices for a Discon-
tinuance of Compositions, and of their
Amount -

Account of the Quantity of Woollen
Rags imported yearly since, 1828;
and, so far as can be stated, its pro-
portional Application to Manufacture
and Agriculture - - - -

Amount of Revenue received in the
Island of Ceylon from the Sale or
Export Duty on Cinnamon, 1830–
1843; Amount exported each Year;
Alterations that have been made in
the Export Duty on Cinnamon in
Ceylon, during the same Period -

Return of the Manner in which £. 10,000,
voted for Public Walks, 1840, was
expended - - - - -

Bill, intituled, An Act to amend the
Law relating to Pound Breach and
Rescue in certain Cases - - -

C

6 VicT.

c. 30.

(continued.)

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Poor Laws (Ireland) -

Return of each Benefice within the respective Dioceses of St. Asaph and Bangor; Name of Incumbent; Population ; Number of Churches and Chapels; Services performed in each; Number of Curates employed; annual Income of each Benefice upon which the Incumbent is Non-resident -

Account, in detail, of the Application of the Sum of £. 32,200, voted in the Miscellaneous Estimates for the Ser- s vice of the Mint, 1842–43 -

Return by the Queen's Remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland, of all County Accounts lodged in the Exchequer, 1841-42, according to 2 & 3 Vict. c 65 - - -

Copies of Correspondence respecting they Appointment of Mr. Hoskinsas Deputy Judge Advocate at Portsmouth ; also, Copies of Warrants by which Mr. Binsted and Mr. Moses Greetham were appointed - - - -

Return of the Expense of each Poor) Law Union in Ireland, in each Half Year for which the Accounts have been audited; distinguishing the Sums for Maintenance and Clothing, and those paid for Establishment, Workhouse Loan, and other Expenses

Abstract of the above Return - Bill [as amended by the Committee]

Bill for the further Amendment of an Act for the more effectual Relief of the Destitute Poor in Ireland -

Bill for the better Collection of Fines, Penalties, Issues, Deodands, Amerciaments and forfeited Recognizances in Ireland, and for the Appropriation thereof - - - - -

Manufacturers of the West Riding of the County of York, praying for a ). further Limitation of the Hours of i: bour employed in Factories -

Bill for regulating the County Courts o England - - - - -

Petition of certain Master Spinners o

Bill for abolishing certain Offices on the Crown Side of the Court of 3. Bench, and for regulating the gos Office - - - - -

Return, showing in separate Lists the Names of all Persons killed or wounded in Affrays with Poachers, 18411842; the Counties in which such Affrays have taken place, and Convictions arising thereout - -

Number of Inland Letters; Gross) Amount of Revenue, including Payments for Official Postage and Receipts for Money Order Office; Expense of Management; Net Revenue, 1842; similar Return for Foreign and Colonial Letters; Amount of Postage; and

Deficiency of the Revenue -

XL. 113.

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XXXI. 321.

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193.

193. II. 194.

105.

197.

199.

2OO,

2O1.

- Ditto - - -

Apprehension of Offenders -
[Mr. Solicitor-General, Mr. Attor-
ney-General and Sir J. Graham.]

Poor (Ireland) - - -
[Lord Eliot and Mr. Attorney-

General for Ireland.]
Fines, &c. (Ireland) - -

[Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland
and Lord Eliot.]

Factories - - -

County Courts (England)

[Sir J. Graham and Mr. Manners
Sutton.]

Queen's Bench Offices

[Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer
and Sir G. Clerk.]

Poachers - - -

Post Office - -

XLVI. 585.

XLVI. 597.

I. 93.

III. 501.

II. 645.

LII. 191.

I. 765.

III. 533.

XLII. 299.

LIII. 3 19.

C. 34.

c. 92.

c. 56,

c. 20.

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