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Portugal:
Bill for carrying into effect the treaty between Her Majesty and the Queen of
Portugal for the suppression of the traffic in slaves; (504.) - - IV. 261

Additional article to the treaty concluded at Lisbon, July 1842, between Her Majesty and the Queen of Portugal, for the suppression of the traffic in slaves; [425.] - - - - - - - - - - - LXI. 321 Quantities and value of principal *:::::: [in 427.] - LV. 90. 106. 112 imported from and exported into - -U1841; [in 494.] - LVI. 96.1 10. 116 see also Slave Trade.

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I. Reports :
Report from the Select Committee on Postage, together with the Minutes of
Evidence, Appendix, and Index; (564.) - - - - - VIII. :

II. Accounts and Papers : 1. Generally: Return of the number of inland letters; gross amount of revenue derived therefrom, including payments for official postage; receipts from the Money-order office; expense of management; maintenance of packets; amount of postage on dead and returned letters; net revenue, 1842; similar returns of foreign and colonial letters; gross amount of revenue; expense of management; foreign packet stations; deficiency of revenue; (201.) - - - - - - LIII. 319

Return showing the number of applications which have been made at the General
Post-office, London, for letters stated to be missing during the months of
October and November 1839 and 1842; also for the two months immediately
following after the date of this return; number of applications as to delays of
letters in the months of October and November 1839 and 1842; number of
letters delivered in the United Kingdom in a week in the months of November
1839 and 1842, and April and May 1843; number of persons employed under
the Post-office in the United Kingdom in October 1839, October 1842, and at
the present time ; number of applications made by postmasters and others for
increased salary, wages, or allowances, or increased assistance, during the years

1838 and 1842, stating how many have been complied with ; (in 602.)
LIII. 327

Return of the number of chargeable letters which have passed through the London
General Post-office, inwards and outwards, since the first general reduction of
postage, on 5th December 1839; estimated average number for four weeks of
the year immediately preceding the reduction; return of the number of letters
which have passed through the London District post for the same periods; com-
parative statement of the number of letters (including franks), delivered in the
United Kingdom in one week of each calendar month, beg nning with November
1839, and ending with the present time; account showing the gross and net
Post-office revenue, and the cost of management, for the United Kingdom, for
each of the years ending 5th January 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, and 1843, ex-
cluding from the account any advances that may have been made by the English
to the Irish Post-office, and advances to the Money-order office; account showing
the gross amount of postage revenue for England and Wales for the month
ending 5th January 1840, and also the month ending 5th January 1842 and the
5th January 1843; account of payments by the Post-office in 1838, 1839, 1840,

1841, and 1842, for conveyance of the mail by railway, &c. &c.; (in 602.)
LIII. 327

2. East Indies:

Return of the number of letters which have been forwarded monthly, through France, to the East Indies or other countries by way of Egypt, made up from the earliest period of our postal conventions with France, stating the amount of postage received thereon in England, and the amount paid to the French Government; similar return of letters received from the East, through Egypt; similar return of newspapers; monthly return of the letters, not passing through France,

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Post Office—continued.
II. Accounts and Papers—2. East Indies—continued.

France, forwarded by English steamers, through Egypt, with amount of postage received on the same ; similar return of the homeward correspondence; (in 602.) LIII. 327

3. Money Orders; Dead Letters: Return of the amount of gold, bank notes, and other valuables, contained in moneyletters, consigned to the dead-letter offices; money-orders issued, and cost of he money-order offices; (73.) - - - - - - - - LIII. 301

4. Mr. Rowland Hill: Copies of any correspondence which may have taken place relative to Mr. Rowland Hill's appointment to, and removal from, the situation recently filled by him in connexion with the Post-office; (119.) - - - - - LIII. 305

5. Treasury Minutes:

Minutes of the Treasury, August 1841, relating to the Post-office distribution in the rural districts of the i. Kingdom, and the letter of the Postmastergeneral, August 1841, on the same subject; return of any arrangements which

have been made by the Post-office in conformity with such Minutes; (242.) LIII. 321 Copy of Treasury Minutes of April and August last, directing the Post-office to ... an estimate of foreign and colonial postage; together with a copy of such estimate, and a statement of the date of its receipt at the Treasury; (284.) LIII. 297

6. Treaties:

Articles agreed upon between the Post-office of Great Britain and the Post-office

of France, for carrying into execution the convention of April 1843; [493.]

559 Convention between Her Majesty and the King of the French, regulating the com

munications by post between the British and French dominions; [461.]
LX. 517
see also Falmouth. Mail Coaches. Mails. Railways. West India
and Peninsular Mails.

Pound Breach and Rescue :

Bill, intituled “An Act to amend the Laws relating to Pound-breach and Rescue in certain Cases;” (188.) - - - - - - - - - III. 515

Precious Metals:

Value of gold and silver coined at the Royal Mint, 1831 to 1840; [in 427.]
LV. lo

Prerogative and Arches Court, Canterbury : -
Bill for regulating the Arches and Prerogative Court of Canterbury; (431.)

115 Prerogative Court, see Admiralty Courts. Ecclesiastical Courts.

Preston, East, Gilbert Incorporation:

Report made by H. W. Parker, Assistant Poor Law Commissioner, relative to the
East Preston Gilbert Incorporation, ; (247.) - - - - XLV. 209

Prices of Provisions:

Account of the prices of the following articles of consumption in 48o 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, coffee, sugar, salt, rice, and milk; (554.) - XLV. 173

Prince Edward’s Island :
Quantities and value of imports into, and exports from, 1838 and 1839; [in 427.]
see also Miscellaneous Services, W. LV. 389. 402.468.479

Printing and Stationery, see Miscellaneous Services, II.

Prison Discipline:
Bill for the improvement of prison discipline; (457.) - - - III. 519

Reports relating to prison discipline by the Inspectors of Prisons; *šky • 1 SEss. 1843. I 2

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Eighth Report of the Inspectors of Prisons, appointed under the provisions of the Act 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 38, to visit the different prisons of Great Britain—

I. Home district; [519.] - - - - - - XXV. 31

II. Northern and Eastern district; [517.] - - - XXVI. 1

IV. Scotland, Northumberland and Durham; [507.] - XXVI. 193 see also Gaols. Penitentiary, Milbank. Pentonville Prison.

Prisons (Ireland):

Twenty-first Report of the Inspectors-general on the General State of the Prisons of Ireland, 1842; [462.] - - - - - - - XXVII. 83

Prisons (Scotland):
Bill to amend the law with respect to prisons and prison discipline in Scotland;

(405.) - - - - - - - - - - III. 523 Fourth Report of the General Board of Directors of Prisons in Scotland; [446.] XXVII. 1

Private Banks. see Banks.

Private Bills:
Resolutions respecting Private Bills; (1.) " - - - - - XLIV. 1

Lists of Committees on Private Bills; (59.) - - - - - XLIV. 15

Lists of the Private Bills which, in the present Session, have been treated as opposed Bills, together with the number of days which the Committee on each such Bill has sat, the names of the Members selected, and the number of days on which each selected Member has served on such Committee; number of petitions presented in conformity with the Standing Orders; number of petitions for leave to present petitions; number of petitions referred to Standing Orders Committee; number of petitions rejected by Standing Orders Committee; number allowed to proceed, &c.; (624.) - - - - - XLIV. 29

Privy Council:
Bill, intituled “An Act to make further Regulations for facilitating the hearing
Appeals and other matters by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council”;
(370.) - - - - - - - - - - - - I. 65
Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (376.) - - - - - I. 73

Report from the Select Committee appointed to inquire into the facts attending the delay in extracting the inhibition in the case of the ship Guiana, and the dismissal of the appeal in the said case by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council; (421.) - - - - - - - - - XI. 1

Privy Council Office - -
Privy Council Office (Ireland)

Privy Seal. see Miscellaneous Services, II.

see Miscellaneous Services, II.

Prize Money. see Army, 4. China.

Probates and Administrations:

Number of probate and administration stamps sold in England and Wales, 1830, 1840, 1841, distinguishing the various values of estates, and the total number of estates under and over 300 l.; also, a return of the total number of copies of wills and extracts of administration sent to the Legacy Duty Office in each year; (58.) - - - - - - - - - - XXX. 603

Abstracts of returns, 1838, showing a statement of the number of wills and admimistrations proved, 1834, 1835, 1836, in the several Provincial, Diocesan and Archidiaconal Courts in England and Wales, distinguishing those proved under 20 l.; (88.) - - - - - - - - - - XL. 205

Return from the Court of Hustings in the city of London, stating the extent and
nature of its jurisdiction in granting probates of wills and letters of adminis-
tration, and in what place and in whose custody the wills and records of grants
of administration proved and issued by that court are deposited; date of earliest
and latest wills proved; period at which there commences a regular series of
wills, &c.; (510.) - - - - - - - - - XL. 209

Amount of revenue from stamp duties - -
thereon, in each part of ...'...l797 to 1840; [in 427.], LV. 3; 3.
Kingdom - - - - jibao and 1841 ; [in 494.] - • 3

see also Legacy Duty.

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Probates of Wills (Ireland):
Courts in Ireland which have been empowered to grant probates of wills and let-
ters of administration, stating extents of their respective jurisdiction; in what
places and in whose custody the respective wills and records are deposited;
dates of earliest wills in their respective registries; period at which a series of
regular wills exists; detailed statement of the condition of the various records;

(496.) - - - - - - - - - - - - LI. 323
Proclamations, Printing (Ireland). see Miscellaneous Services, II.
Professors at Oxford and Cambridge. see Miscellaneous Services, IV.

Promulgation of the Statutes:

Scheme of promulgation of the statutes under the resolutions of Parliament;
number of copies sent out, 1841; number of copies to each public office;
number sent to each county, &c., and to all sheriffs, &c., stating names of per-
sons, and number of copies sent to each person in England and Wales; (22.)

to . see also Acts of Parliament. XLIV. 175

- Prosecutions. see Criminal Prosecutions (Ireland). Miscellaneous Services, III.
Protestant Dissenters. see Religious Worship.
Protestant Dissenting Ministers. see Miscellaneous Services, VI.

Provincial Colleges (Ireland):

t Copy of a letter addressed officially to Lord Morpeth by T. Wyse, M. P., May 1841,
relative to the establishment and support of provincial colleges in Ireland; (446.)
- - Ls. 339
Provisions:
Quantities of cured provisions of all kinds, imported into the United Kingdom from
foreign countries, and from the colonies, 1842, specifying the different kinds, the
countries whence sent; quantities of each kind entered for home consumption,
and amount of duty paid; quantities of each kind re-exported, whether taken
for ships or merchandize; place to which exported, and number of bonds passed
with regard to the same ; (260.) - - - - - - - LII. 81
Quantity of cured provisions of all kinds, imported into the United Kingdom from
- foreign countries, and from the colonies, from 5th January to the 5th July
-: 1843, specifying the different kinds, the countries whence sent, the quanti-
| -- ties entered for home consumption, and the amount of duty paid on the
- - same respectively; also, the quantities of each kind re-exported, and whether
taken for the use of the ship, or for merchandize, and the place to which same
were exported ; (576.) - - - - - - - - - LII. 83

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

for consumption in the United King- 1840 and 1841 ; [in 494.] LVI. 20
2 - -

dom; rates and amount of duty - -
see also Prices of Provisions. Salted Provisions.

Prunes:
Quantities imported, exported, and cleared

for consumption in the United o and 1840; [in 427.] LW. 17. 97

dom; rates and amount of duty - Is 1840 and 1841 ; [in 494.] LVI. 20. 102 Prussia: 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 | - Quantities and value of principal articless 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 90. 106. 112 -- imported into and exported from - (... ; [in 494.] LVI. 96. 110. 116 * - Public Accounts. see Accounts, Public. o Public Appointments. see Appointments, Public (Ireland).

o Public Bills :

Return of the titles of the Public Bills presented to The House, and brought from o the Lords, together with the dates of the several proceedings thereupon during the present Session; (626.) - - - - - - - XLIV. 39

* Public Buildings. see Miscellaneous Services, I. . Public Charities. see Charities, Public.

Public Departments: -
Extracts from Treasury Minutes, or Minutes of the Board of Customs, Excise,
Stamps, Taxes and Audit, as to the qualification and age of persons to be
admitted to the public service of these or of any other public department of the
Government; (551.) - - - - - - - - XXX. 585
see also Miscellaneous Services, IV.
SESs. 1843. I 3

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Account of the net public income and expenditure of United Kingdom, 1842; balances in Exchequer; funded and unfunded debt; (3.) - - XXX. 181

Net public income of the United Kingdom, 1842–43, after abating the expenditure thereout defrayed by the several revenue departments, and of the actual issues and payments, exclusive of sums applied to funded and unfunded debt; balances of public unoney remaining in Exchequer on the 5th April 1842; amount of money raised by addititons to the funded or unfunded debt, 1842–43; total

amount of repayments &c., on account of public works, &c., 1842–43; (230.) XXX. 185

Account of the net public income of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in the year ended 5th July 1843, after abating the expenditure thereout defrayed by the several revenue departments, and of the actual issues or payments within the same period, exclusive of the sums applied to the redemption of funded or paying off unfunded debt, and of the advances and repayments for local works, &c.; also, an account of the balances of the public money remaining in the Exchequer on the 5th July 1842; the amount of money raised by the additions to the funded or unfunded debt in the year ended 5th July 1843; the money applied towards the redemption of the funded or paying off unfunded debt; the total amount of advances and repayments on account of local works, &c., with the difference accruing thereon, and the balances in the Exchequer on 5th July 1843; (558.) - - - - - - - - XXX. 189

Public income and expenditure of the United Kingdom, 1840–1842, distinguishing payment for collection of revenue; charges of public debt; expenses of civil government; allowances to Royal family; Houses of Parliament and civil departments; pensions, diplomatic, and consular expenses ; army, navy, ordnance, public works, post-office, and other departinents; (494.) - XXX. 193

see also Finance. Revenue.
Public Notaries. see Notaries, Public.
Public Offices. see Offices.
Public Walks :

A return of the manner in which 10,000 l., voted for public walks, 1840, was ex

pended; (187.) - - - - - - - - - XXX. 727 Public Works. see Works, Public.

Q. Qualification. see Public Departments.

Quarantine Regulations:
Correspondence relative to the contagion of the plague, and the quarantine regu-

lations of foreign countries, 1836–1843; [475.] - - - - LIV. 1 Quassia:

An account of the quantity of quassia imported into the United Kingdom, 1841

1842, distinguishing each year; (in 175.) - - - - - LII. 229

Queen Anne's Bounty:
Account of all monies received and disbursed by the Governors of Queen Anne's

Bounty, 1841 ; (13.) - - - - - - - - XXX. 605 Queen’s Bench Offices:

Bill for abolishing certain offices on the Crown side of the Court of Queen's
Bench, and for regulating the Crown-office; (199.) - - - III. 533

Queen's Bench Prison : -
Bill, intituled “An Act to continue the Liberty of the Rules of the Queen's Bench
Prison to certain persons;” (273.) - - - - - - III. 543
Rules for the government of the Queen's Prison; (430.) - - XLIII. 505

Quicksilver:

Quantities imported, exported, re-
exported, and cleared for con-U1839 and 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 19. 97. 109
sumption in the United Kojšo and 1841; [in 494.] LVI. 20. 102.113
dom; rates and amount of duty!

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