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vol. | page. Pauper Children. see Marylebone Workhouse.

Paupers: Number of in-door and out-door paupers, with proportion thereof to the population, and number of unions in each county of England and Wales, Lady-day 1839 and 1840; [in 427.] - - - - - - - - LW. 289

Paving Commissioners, Regent's Park, &c.:

Account of the amount expended by the Commissioners acting under the authority of the Act 3 Geo. 4, c. 100, and other Acts, for paving the Regent’s Park, and the new street from Regent's Park to Pall Mall, and the new streets in the neighbourhood of Parliament-street and Privy Gardens, in each of the last five years; distinguishing the amount paid for macadamised paving, stone paving, and wood paving, and the rate paid for each per square yard, and whether the same has been done by contract, after public advertisements for tenders; also stating whether the householders in the streets which have been paved with wood have paid the extra cost for such wood paving, or any part thereof, and

if so, how much for each square yard; (601.) - - - - XLVIII. 37 Pawnbroking (Ireland): Bill to amend the laws relating to pawnbroking in Ireland; (54.) - III. 461 P ter-G l - - aymaster-Genera kee Miscellaneous Services, II.

Paymaster of Civil Services (Ireland)]
Peel, Sir Robert. see Fine Arts.

Peninsular Mails. see West India and Peninsular Mails.

Penitentiary (Milbank): Bill for regulating the prison at Milbank ; (233.) - - - - III. 427 Report of the superintending committee of the General Penitentiary at Milbank for the reception of convicts, specifying the state of the building, the conduct of the officers, treatment and condition of prisoners; expense of establishment, 1842; (103.) - - - - - - - - - XLIII. 491

Name, age, and designation of persons who have been removed to the Milbank Penitentiary since o: 1842; place from whence removed ; crime of which convicted; when tried; sentence passed; deaths which have taken place in the prison; returns relating to sickness and removals; (100.) - XLIII. 497

see also Miscellaneous Services, III.

Pensioners. see Chelsea Hospital.

Pensions, Civil List:
A list of pensions, 1842-43, granted and charged on the civil list; (400.)

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Pentonville Prison:
Report of the Commissioners for the government of Pentonville Prison; [449.]

XIX. 377

Name, age, and designation of every person confined in the new prison at

Pentonville, the place whence such prisoner was removed, the crime of which he was convicted, when and where tried, terms of sentence passed ; (100.)

XLIII. 497

see also Miscellaneous Services, III.

Pepper: Quantities imported, exported, }: and 1840; [in 427.] - LW. 21.97. 109

re-exported and cleared for con-
1840 and 1841; [in 494.] LVI. 24. 102.113

sumption in United Kingdom;
rates, and amount of duty -

Persia:
Quantities of principal articles imported therefrom, 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 9o.
Personation of Voters. see Elections.

Perth Prison. see Miscellaneous Services, III.

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Quantities and value of principal o [in 427.] - LV. 90. 106. 112 imported into and exported from -U1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 96.110. 116

Petty Sessions (England):

Abstract of return from the clerk of each petty sessions in England and Wales of the amount of fees received by him during each of the last three years, ending 31st December 1842; also a return for each of the same years of the number of convictions, specifying in each case, separately, the amount of the fine or penalty, and also the amount of the costs, and if paid, to what purpose the fine or penalty was applied ; if not paid, the term of imprisonment awarded, and the cost of sending the parties to prison; (617.) - - - XLIV. 379

Abstract of return from the keeper of each gaol and house of correction in England and Wales, of the number of persons committed on conviction by any justice or justices of the peace during each of the last three years, ending 31st December 1842, for nonpayment of any fine, penalty or costs ; stating the amount of such fine, as also the amount of costs; also the time each party remained in custody, and whether the fine and costs were paid; (in 617.)

XLIV. 379 Petty Sessions (Ireland):

Return from every petty sessions in Ireland, showing the number of days, and the date thereof, on which petty sessions were or ought to have been held in 1842, and the number of magistrates who attended on each day; also, showing the days on which there were no petty sessions held, from the non-attendance of magistrates, or from any other cause, and the number of cases to come before the magistrates on each such day; (543.) - - - - - LI. 181

Philippine Islands:

Quantities and value of principal *:::::: [in 427.] LV. 90. 106. 112 imported into and exported from -l 1841; [in 494.] LVI. 96. 110. 116

Pimento:
Quantities imported, exported,
re-exported, and cleared for
consumption in United king-
dom; rates and amount duty

1839 and 1840; [in 427.] LW. 21. 65. 97.109 1840 and 1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 24. 102.113

Plague. see Quarantine Regulations.

Plate:
Quantity of plated ware, jewellery, and o: 840; [in 427.] - LW. 116

with declared value British and Irish, exported 1841 ; [in 494.] - LVI. 120

from United Kingdom to each country

Players of Interludes. see Dramatic Representations.

Poachers:

Return showing, in separate lists, the names of all persons killed or wounded in affrays with poachers, 1841–1842; the counties in which such affrays have taken place, and convictions arising thereout; (200.) - - XLII. 299

Police. see London Police.

Police, (Dublin). see Miscellaneous Services, III.

Police Rewards and Superannuations (Ireland):

Returns of the Police Reward Fund, constituted by 6 & 7 Will. 4, c. 13, to May 1843; of the Police Superannuation Fund for a similar period; also names of all persons receiving pensions or gratuities from either of the above funds: stating the nature of their services and the amount received by each per annum, or otherwise; (326.) - - - - - - - - - LI. 309

Polish Refugees, see Miscellaneous Services, WI.

IPoor Law Commissioners. see Miscellaneous Services, II.

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I. Report of Commissioners:
1. Report and Appendices.

Ninth Annual Report of Poor Law Commissioners; [468.] - - XXI. 1
Appendices A. to D. to Ninth Report of Poor Law Commissioners; [491.]
XI. 53

II. Accounts and Papers :

1. Gilbert’s Acts:

Copy of instructions of the Poor Law Commissioners to their Assistant Commissioners to inquire into the state of the Gilbert’s Act Incorporations; dated 23 December 1842; and reports of the Assistant Commissioners, made in pursuance

of those instructions; (172.) - - - - - - - XLV. 33 Report made by J. W. Parker, Assistant Poor Law Commissioner, relative to the East Preston Gilbert's Incorporation; (247.) - - - - XLV. 209

2. Out-door Relief :

Return showing the number of in-door and out-door paupers relieved during the first week of the month of April 1843, in the several unions comprised in each Assistant Poor Law Commissioner's district; (591.) - - - XLV. 1

3. Pauper Children:

Copy of report of special Assistant Poor Law Commissioners upon the treatment of the infant pauper children in the Marylebone Workhouse, together with correspondence relating thereto; (483.) - - - - - XLV. 243

Copy of the proceedings of the directors and guardians of the poor of St. Mary-
Jebone relative to the infant pauper children in the workhouse, subsequently to

January 1843; (559) - - - - - - - - XLV. 335

4. Prices of Provisions:

Account of the prices of the following articles of consumption in 480 Poor Law unions in England and Wales, during the quarters ended Lady-day 1842 and Lady-day 1843; viz., flour, bread, meat, butter, cheese, potatoes, peas, oatmeal, candles, soap, coals, tea, coffee, sugar, salt, rice and milk, so far as the same can be complied with ; (554.) - - - - - - XLV. 173

5. Skipton :

Return of the names of persons who have been appointed governors of the Skipton Union Workhouse during the last two years; copy of contracts for food, clothing, fire, &c. since the formation of the union; (438.) - XLV. 233

6. Unions:

Name of each union in England and Wales formed in pursuance of the Poor Law Amendment Act, according to the districts of the Assistant Commissioners; with the name of each Assistant Commissioner; number of parishes in each union; area in statute acres; population of each union; weekly average number of paupers relieved in the workhouse ; number of medical officers employed in each union; aggregate amount of money paid to them ; rate per head of medical expenses on population of each union; augmentation of salaries of medical officers since 25 March 1842; (182.) - - - - - - - - XLV. 95 Sums expended in every Poor Law union in England and Wales, 1841–1842; specifying the sums expended in salaries and establishment charges, the sum expended in in-door relief; the sum expended in out-door relief, and the aggre gate amount of the same ; also, number of persons who received in-door relief, and the number of persons who received out-door relief in those years; (144.) - - - - - - - - - - - XLV. 5

see also Charities, Public. Labourers' Removal. Workhouses.

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Poor Law (Ireland):

1. Bills:
1. Bill for Relief.

II. Accounts and Papers :
Assistant Commissioners.
. Boards of Guardians.
. Edenderry Union.
. Kinsale.
. Union Expenses.
. Workhouse Estimates.

I. Bills : 1. Bill for Relief: Bill for the further amendment of an Act for the more effectual relief of the destitute poor in Ireland; (195.) - - - - - - - III. 501 Amendments and clauses; (0.78.) - - - - - - - III. 513

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II. Accounts and Papers:
1. Assistant Commissioners :

Returns showing the number of visits by each Assistant Poor Law Commissioner to each of the unions in Ireland in his charge for the six months from October 1842 to March 1843, and the travelling expenses charged by each in the same period; (279.) - - - - - - - - - - XLVI. 1

2. Boards of Guardians :

Return of the number of magistrates, elected and ex-officio, on each Board of guardians in the different Poor Law unions in Ireland; (347.) - XLVI. 583

3. Edenderry Union :

Copy of memorial of the chairman of the Edenderry Board of guardians to the ecretary of State for the Home Department, $1. 1843; together with copies of two letters from the Poor Law Commissioners to the Secretary of State on the same subject; (445.) - - - - - - XLVI. 613

Copy of memorial of the chairman of the Edenderry Board of guardians to the
Secretary of State for the Home Department, of 13 May 1843; together with
copies of two letters from the Poor Law Commissioners to the Secretary of
State on the same subject; (635.) - - - - - - XLVI. 623

Copy of memorial and accompanying papers from the Board of guardians of the
Edenderry Union in Ireland, to the Secretary of State for the Home Depart-
ment, complaining of certain acts of the Poor Law Commission; (382.)
- XLVI. 607

4. Kinsale:

Copy of the correspondence that took place with the Poor Law Commissioners for Ireland with reference to the election of the guardians for the division of Kinsale, March 1823; (436.) - - - - - - - XLVI. 639

5. Union Expenses:

Return of expense of each Poor Law union in Ireland, in each half-year for which the accounts have been audited; distinguishing in two columns, first, the sums of maintenance and clothing, and secondly, those paid for the proortion of establishment charges, repayment of workhouse loan, collection, {j and other expenses; (193.) (193.-II.) - - - XLVI. 585. 597

Return giving the date of the formation of each union under the Poor Relief Act in Ireland; the date of the admission of the poor; the expense in each halfyear for which the accounts have been audited ; with the sums for maintenance and clothing; the sums paid for the proportion of establishment charges; repayment of workhouse, loan, collection, burial and other expenses; the total, and the number relieved in each workhouse in each half-year; and marking the half-years in which instalments of the workhouse loans have been paid;

(627.) - - - - - - - - - - - XLVI. 601

6. Workhouse Estimates:

Copies of estimates for erecting poor-houses in Ireland; monies laid out in building; returns relative to contracts and state of work; expenses incurred for furniture, &c.; number of paupers in each poor-house each month; instructions relative to education of paupers; paid officers and salaries; expenditure of each poor-house; rates voted by guardians for unions; reasons for refusing or postponing any rate; application for increased military or constabulary force to enforce the levy of poor-rate; (275.) - - - - - XLVI. 5

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Copies of any complaints addressed by the Commissioners to the guardians of any union relative to the execution of contracts or works, or to the condition of the poor-house, (in continuation of Parl. Paper 275); (616.) - XLVI. 153 see also Dublin Presbyterian Churches. Lunatic Poor. Workhouses.

Poor Law (Scotland). see Miscellaneous Services, VIII.
Poor and Population (Scotland):

Number of population in each parish of the counties of Argyll, Inverness, Ross, Sutherland and Caithness, 1841; stating the amount for each year, 1836–1841, of any legal or voluntary assessment of heritors for relief of the poor; amount of collections made at the kirk door ; amount of funds from any other sources; impotent persons on the book of the kirk session legally entitled to relief; amount of relief divided by kirk sessions. Similar returns for all other counties of Scotland; (361.) - - - - - - - XLIX. 141

Poor Rates:

Bill to continue the exemption of inhabitants of parishes, townships, and villages from liability to be rated as such in respect of stock in trade, or other property, to the relief of the poor; (466.) - - - - - - - f 443

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Population:
Report of Commissioners and Abstract of the answers and returns made pursuant
to Acts 3 & 4 Vict. c. 99, and 4 Vict. c. 7, intituled respectively, “An Act for
taking an account of the Population of Great Britain,” and “An Act to amend
the Acts of the last Session, for taking an account of the Population.” Enume-
ration Abstract, 1841, with Appendices:—Part I. England and Wales, and

lslands in the British Seas; [496.] - - - - - - XXII. 1 Index of names of places in the Enumeration Abstract of England and Wales; [51 1.] - - - - - - - - - - - XXII. 515 Part II. Scotland; [498.] - - - - - - - - XXII. 597 Index of names of places in the Enumeration Abstract of Scotland; [506.] XXII. 679 Age Abstract, 1841 :—Part I. England and Wales, and Islands in the British Seas; Part II. Scotland; [497.] - - - - XXIII. 1

see also Parliamentary Representation. Poor and Population (Scotland).

Population (Ireland):
Report of the Commissioners appointed to take the census of Ireland, for o:
1841, with Plates, Appendix, &c.; [504.] - - - - - XXIV. 1
Abstract of the Census for Ireland, 1841 ; [459.] - – - - LI. 319

Return of the total population of England, Ireland, and Scotland respectively, according to the census of 1841, accompanied by an abstract of the total number of persons in Ireland, ascertained by the Commissioners cf Public Instruction, in 1834, to belong to each religious persuasion at the time of their inquiry;

(354.) - - - - - - - - - - - - LI. 321 Pork, Salted :

Quantities imported, exported, and o: and 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 19

for consumption in the United King- 1840 and 1841; [in 427.] - LVI. 2 2 -

dom; rates and amount of duty - -
see also Beef and Pork.
Port Essington. see Essington, Port of.

Portpatrick Harbour:

Return of the sums of public money which have been actually laid out in maintaining, repairing, or improving the harbour of Portpatrick, in the years 1839, 1840, 1841, and 1842 respectively; also, any sum or sums of money which are in progress of being applied for the above purposes in the present year; §

see also Miscellaneous Services, VII. 601

Port Philip. see Emigration, 3.
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