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Account of all Monies received, 1842,
Return of the Total Number of Parlia
Manner in which the Sum of £.6,313. 13,
Quantity of Corn imported from the
Number and Tonnage of Sailing and
Copies of all Orders made by the Com
on account of Her Majesty's Exchequer; Amount of all Royal Orders and Treasury Warrants received, and the Credits and Transfers made by the Comptroller-General of the Exchequer; Payments by the Bank, and Balance remaining to Account of Exchequer - - - - -
mentary Electors appearing by the Lists of Books of the Clerks of the Peace registered for each County, City, Town and Borough in Ireland, 1st February 1835, 1837, 1843
expended as Salaries to Commissioners and Officers of the Ecclesiastical Commission of Ireland, 1842, was expended; stating the Names of the Commissioners, Amount paid as Salary to each of them, and to each Officer of the ComInis Slon • - - - -
Bill [as amended by the Committee]
United States from Egypt, from Sicily and from Ports in the Black Sea, since the passing of the new Corn Law Bill; specifying Date of sailing of Corn Vessels; Duty at such Date; Duty on Arrival in a British Port, &c. -
Steam Wessels registered, and of those that entered and cleared Coastwise, at each of the Ports of the United Kingdom and in the Colonies, 1841; also the Number of Vessels built and registered, with their Tonnage, 1840–41–42 J
missioners of Customs affecting or regulating the Trade of the Port of London, 1st January 1840 to the present Time - - - -
Ordinary Revenues of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 1802–1842 (after deducting Repayments, Allowances, &c.); stating the Amount paid in each of the said Years for Charges of Management and other Payments thereout in the Progress of the said Itevenues to the Exchequer
Amount of Sheep and Lambs' Wool and Woollen Manufactures imported and exported, 1842; also, Foreign and Colonial Wool imported and re-exported in each Year, 1825–1842 - -
Account of the Duties payable on then Importation of Foreign Wheat, when the Price of Wheat in this Country has been at 5os., 55s,60s., 65.s., 7os., 75s., 80s., 85s., under the various Acts which have been passed from the Reign of Charles II. to the present Time -]
. I 843.
Exchequer - -
Registration of Electors
Attornies and Solicitors
Corn - - - -
Sheep and Lambs' Wool
Wheat - - -
Ll II. 239.
Date of Printing.
N A TU RE OF THE PARTICULAR PAPER.
Vol. & Page.
Chap. of Stat. if the "
1843. May 1.
Marriages - - -
Fisheries (Ireland) -
Coals - - -
Sugar - - -
Coals - - -
Spirits (Ireland) -
Public Income and Expenditure.
Wheat and Flour -
Debts - - - [Mr. Jervis and Mr. Watson.]
Millbank - - -
[Sir James Graham and Mr. Manners Sutton.]
Wheat - - -
Date of Printing. 1843. May 1o.
Londonderry, &c., Work
Isle of Man - -
Ordnance Survey (Scotland)
East Preston Gilbert's Incor
Metropolis Police -
County Treasurers (Ireland)
Spirits - -
Waste Lands - -
[Mr. Ferrand and Lord John Manners. }
Copyhold and Customary Tenure.
Court of Session (Scotland)
Oaths (Ireland) - -