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Cheese—continued.

Quantity in cwts., of cheese imported into the United Kingdom, 1830–1842; specifying the quantity of such cheese annually entered for consumption, rates of duty on the same, and the annual produce of the duties; [in 439.] 49 Chelsea Hospital: Bill to enable the Commissioners of Chelsea Hospital to purchase certain parcels of land for the benefit of the said hospital, and for other purposes; o

Bill for rendering more effective the services of such out-pensioners of Chelse.
Hospital as shall be called out to assist in preserving the public peace; (538.)

437 see also Army, 2. Children's Employment: Second Report of the Commissioners [Trades and Manufactures]; [430.] XIII. 307 Appendix to Second Report, Part I. with Reports and Evidence from Sub-Commissioners; [431.] - - - - - - - - - XIV. 1 - - - - - - - - - Part II.; [432.] - - - - - XV. 1 Reports of Special Poor Law Commissioners on the employment of women and children in agriculture; [510.] - - - - - - - XII. 1 see also Factories. Miscellaneous Services, VII. Chile : Bill for carrying into effect the treaty between Her Majesty and the republic of Chile for the abolition of the traffic in slaves; (502.) - - - IV. 209 Treaty between Her Majesty and the republic of Chile for the abolition of the traffic in slaves; [452.] - - - - - - - - LXI. 289 Additional and explanatory convention between Her Majesty and the republic of Chile for the abolition of the traffic in slaves; [453.] - - LXI. 317 Quantities of principal articles imported s 1840; [in 427.] - - LV. 90. 106 into and exported from - - -U1841; [in 494.] - - LVI. 96.1 lo China:

I. Bills: 1. Government: Bill, intituled “An Act for the better government of Her Majesty's Subjects resorting to China”; (555.) - - - - - - - - - I. 441 II. Accounts and Papers: 1. Estimates:

Estimate of the sum required to be voted, 1843, on account of the expenses of the expedition to China; with statement of the suins paid or to be paid on account of the war; (468–II.) - - - - - - - - XXXI. 375

Estimate of the sum required to make good to certain holders of opium surrendered in China the compensation due to them under the treaty with China;

(468–III.) - - - - - - - - - - XXXI. 377 2. Opium:

Correspondence relative to the actual value of the opium delivered up to the

Chinese authorities; [443.] - - - - - - - XXX. 319

3. Prize Money :

Return of the amount in British sterling of prize-money distributed amongst Her Majesty's naval and military forces employed in China, pursuant to a Treasury Minute, dated 31 December 1841. A like Return of the value of all prize and ransom money (exclusive of the Canton ransom, received and taken from the Chinese during the late war); (488.) - - - - - XXXI. 379 4. Trade and Shipping: w

Quantities of the principal articless 1840; [in 427.] - - - LV. 9o, 106
imported into and exported from u1841; [in 494.j - - LVI. 96. 110
Quantity of tea, raw silk, and nankeen cloths, and all other articles of Chinese
produce, imported into the United Kingdom each year, 1830–1842; number of
merchant ships, specifying the amount of their tonnage, and the number of
their crews that have cleared from the United Kingdom for China, each year,
1835-1842. Similar Account of vessels that have entered inwards; (in 257.)
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5. War in China:
Statement of the sums paid on account of the war in China, so far as the same
can be made out, and of the sums received or due from China under the late
treaty of peace or otherwise; (264.) - - - - - - XXX. 317

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China—continued. . 5. War in China—continued. Correspondence and Returns relative to the supply of troops, vessels, and munitions of war, for carrying on the military operations in China; (596.) XXXV. 607 see also Sycee Silver. Church Endowment: Bill to make better provision for the spiritual care of populous parishes; (274.)

445 Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (304.) - - - - - I. 455 Bill [as amended by the Lords]; (423.) - - - - - - I. 465

Account of charges and expenses paid by Her Majesty's Commissioners, in the execution of the several Acts for building new Churches in populous parishes, from 25th March 1842 to 25th March 1843; (531.) - - XXX. 511

Church Establishment (Wales): Copy of a petition of certain of the clergy of North Wales, serving in the archdeaconry of North Merioneth, and deanery of the Vale of Clwyd, and diocese of Bangor, with reference to the measures which have recently passed the Legislature, or which are now pending before the House of Commons, affecting

the Church; (37.) - - - - - - - - - XL. 103 Church of England, see Religious Worship. Church of Scotland : Bill, intituled “An Act to remove Doubts respecting the Admission of Ministers to Benefices in that part of the kingdom called Scotland;” (454.) - I. 479

Copy of claims of rights adopted by the General Assembly, May 1842; answer thereto January 1843; reply by the Special Commission in the same month; address to Her Majesty agreed to by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, May 1842, accompanying a certified copy of the claim of rights; copy of address of same date, against patronage. Memorial from the Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland to Sir Robert Peel, dated 17 November 1842; [437.] - - - - - - XLIX. 13

Copy of Her Majesty's letter to the moderator of the General Assembly of the §on of Scotland, and the answer of the Assembly thereto; also, copy of the deed of separation presented to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, by a body of the established clergy; (324.) - - - XLIX. 1

Copy of any memorial or address to Her Majesty, or to her present advisers, from the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, praying for the settlement and endowment of quoad sacra ministers in that country; (479.) - XLIX. 9

Copy of any address to Her Majesty, or memorial or other communication to Her Ministers, from the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, or from any other public bodies, praying for the interference of Parliament to remove alleged existing doubts as to the appointment of ministers to benefices in that part of the kingdom, or for any alteration in the Act of Queen Anne, 1712, which restored to patrons their ancient rights; (481.) - - XLIX. 11

Church Property: " Return of the amount applied by Parliament, during each year since 1800, in aid of the religious worship of the Church of England, of the Church of Scotland, of the Church of Rome, and of the Protestant dissenters, in England, Scotland, and Ireland respectively ; whether by way of augmentation of the income of the ministers of each religious persuasion, or for the erection and endowment of churches and chapels, or for any other purposes connected with the religious instruction of each such section of the population of the United Kingdom, with a summary of the whole amount applied during the above period, in aid of the

religious worship of each of the above classes; (572.) - - - XL. 19 Churches:

Twenty-third Annual Report of Her Majesty's Commissioners for Building New

Churches; (565.) - - - - - - - - - XXIX. 1 Cinnamon:

Amount of revenue received from the island of Ceylon, from the sale or export duty on cinnamon, 1830–1842; also, amount exported each year; also, alterations that have been made in the export duty on cinnamon in Ceylon 1830–1842; (186.) - - - - - - - - - - - LII. 29

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Cinnamon—continued. Quantity, in pounds weight, of cinnamon entered for home consumption in the United Kingdom, 1832–1842; rates of duty charged ; annual produce of duties; quantity exported from Ceylon since 1832, specifying countries to which the same was exported; quantity sent to each ; annual produce of duty; (in 257.)

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- 23 Cities and Towns (Ireland):

Cities and towns, Ireland, in which, since February 1836, meetings have been convened under 9 Geo. 4, specifying the time at which meetings took place; instances in which Act was and was not adopted; number of commissioners elected; total amount of rate raised for the purposes of the Act; value of property rated; rate per pound ; number of houses and other tenements; number assessed at 5 l. and under to l.; at 1o 1. and under 20 l. ; at 20 l. and upwards; (350.) - - - - - - - - - - - - L. 57

Civil Contingencies:

An account of the sum expended under the head of Civil Contingencies, 1842; and an estimate of the amount required, 1843; (93.) - - XXXI. 517

Civil List Pensions:
List of all pensions granted, 1842–43, and charged upon the Civil List; (400.)
- XXX. 599
Clergy:

Abstract of the number and classes of non-resident incumbents, and the number of resident incumbents according to diocesan returns, 1842; total number of curates in each diocese, 1842; number resident in parsonage houses, or parishes; number licensed; amount of stipend, arranged in classes; number of benefices held by non-resident incumbents, above or below 300!, per annum; (519.) XL. 1

see also Miscellaneous Services, V.

Clergy Reserves (Canada):

Proceeds of all sales of clergy reserves, Canada; amounts invested in the public funds in Canada, or England; annual interests of the dividends; sales effected under various Acts; rents arising from clergy reserves that have been demised for any term of years; annual stipends and dividends payable out of the fund; application or appropriation of the said annual fund to the churches of England and Scotland; different religious bodies who have received funds to assist public worship or education; (314.) - - - - - XXXII. 345

Statement showing the amount of the investments in the public funds of the United Kingdom, or of Canada, on account of the sales of clergy reserves in Canada, together with the amount of the annual interest and dividends derivable from those investments; (594.) - - - - - - - XXXII. 349

Clerks of Assize, and Clerks of the Peace :

Abstract of return of all fees taken and demanded from defendants by clerks of assize, and clerks of the peace, in the several counties of England and Wales, at the two last assizes, and at the four last sessions of the peace, as well as at any special commission held last or present year, showing the number of cases, the amount of fees demanded, and amount of fees taken ; (336.) - XLIV. 223

Statement, in detail, of fees payable to the clerks of assize, and other officers of the courts, in the several circuits in England and Wales, in the prosecution of persons for criminal offences, stating the different charges in cases of conviction and sentence, acquittal, and no true bill being found by the grand jury; whether such fees are payable by the prosecutors, prisoners, or by the treasurers of the respective counties, and by what authority such fees are demanded; an account of the amount received by such clerks of assize or other officers in each circuit (stating the amount paid by the treasurer of each county), in the years 1841–42;

(631.) - - - - - - - - - - - XLIV. 231

Return of the table of fees payable to the clerks of the peace for each county in England and Wales; of the items charged by them in prosecutions for felony, and stating the amount received by them for the same, in the year 1842; Of the whole amount received by them, charged on the county rates, in the year 1842, exclusive of the sums received for prosecutions for felonies, but including those received for misdemeanors; (in 631.) - - - - XLIV. 231

Coal Market (London): Sums of money received and paid, and how applied, in each year, to and including 31st December 1842, by the Chamberlain of the city of London, in relation to the market established for sale of coals, under 1 & 2 Will. 4, c. 76, and 1 & 2 Vict. c. 101 ; also, of the sums of money invested under the authority of the said Acts; stating the securities in which the same are invested, and balance in hand 31st December 1842; (557.) - - - - - - - LII. 45 vol. | page.

Coal Whippers:
Bill for establishing an office and a relief fund, for the benefit of the coal whippers
of the Port of London; (297.) - - - - - - - I. 489
Bill [as amended by the Select Committee]; (499.) - - - - I. 505
Bill [as amended in Committee, and on Report]; (553.) - - - I. 525
Minutes of proceedings of the Select Committee on the Coal Whippers’ Bill;
(532.) - - - - - - - - - - - - XI. 25
Coals:

Bill to discontinue certain actions under the provisions of an Act of 2 Will. 4, for regulating the vend and delivery of coals in the cities of London and Westminster, and in certain parts of the adjacent counties; (40.) - - I. 485 Account of the quantity of coals exported in each quarter, 1841 and 1842, to April 1843, from the ports of Newcastle, Sunderland, and Stockton respectively; distinguishing the coals shipped to British possessions from those shipped to foreign parts; (225.) - - - - - - - - I,II. 31 Account of the quantities of coal exported to foreign countries, in each quarter 1842, and first quarter 1843; distinguishing round coals from small, and showing the amount of duty received ; (228.) - - - - - LII. 33 Quantities of coals, cinders, and culm, shipped coastways ; the quantities exported to foreign countries and the British settlements, with the rates and amounts of duty charged thereon; also the quantities brought into the port of London, 1842; (322.) - - - - - - - - - - LII. 37 Account of the quantity of coals exported in the quarter ending 5th July 1843, from the ports of Newcastle, Sunderland, and Stockton; distinguishing the coals shipped to British possessions from those shipped to foreign parts; (477.)

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Cocoa: Quantity, in pounds weight, of cocoa imported into the United Kingdom, 1832– 1842, both inclusive ; specifying the quantities annually entered for home consumption, rates of duty, total annual produce of duty; similar return for cocoa, husks, and shells; (in 439.) - - - - - - LII. 49

Coffee :

Quantity of coffee imported into the United Kingdom, 1820–1842; specifying the quantities annually entered for home consumption; rate of duty; total annual produce; different sources from whence imported; quantity from each source entered for home consumption each year; (in 439.) - - - LII. 49

Coinage : Account in detail of the application of the sum of 32,200 l., voted in the Miscellaneous Estimates for the service of the Mint, 1842–43; (190.) - XXX. 333

Colonial Department. see Miscellaneous Services, II.

Colonial Land and Emigration:

General Report of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners; (621.)
XXIX. 15

Colonial Lands:

Correspondence relating to the sale of colonial lands in British North America; (291.) - - - - - - - - - - XXXIV. 171 Colonies: Bill to authorize the Legislatures of certain of Her Majesty's colonies to pass laws for the admission, in certain cases, of unsworn testimony in civil and criminal proceedings; (164.) - - - - - - - - - IV. 477 see also each Colony under its Name. Mails.

Columbia : Quantities of principal articles imported intos 1840; [in 427.] - LV. 9o. 106 and exported from - - - - %. ; [in 494.] - LVI. 96.11o

Commissariat:
Account of the receipt and expenditure for Commissariat services, 1841–42; (107.)
XXXI. 139

Abstracts of the accounts of Commissariat officers abroad, of the receipts into and payments from the several Commissariat chests, 1841-42; viz. Canada, Nova Scotia,

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and New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Bermuda, Bahamas, Windward and Leeward Islands, Jamaica, Honduras, Gibraltar, Malta, Ionian Islands, Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius, Sierra Leone, Gambia, Ceylon, New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, Western Australia, St. Helena, Syria; (155.) - XXXI. 111

Estimate of sums required for pay, allowances, and contingent expenses of the Commissariat department at home and abroad, and for land and inland water carriage, and freight and specie, &c. provided by the Commissariat abroad, year ending 1843–44, compared with the antecedent year; sums required for half-pay of Commissariat officers, retired and full pay, compensations and superannuation allowances, pensions, &c., for 1843-44; (92.) - - XXXI. 103

Committals (Ireland): Abstract of the number of committals, from the clerks of the Crown and clerks of the peace of the several counties and places in Ireland, of the number of persons committed to the different gaols thereof for trial, 1842; number convicted and acquitted; (344.) - - - - - - - - - XLII. 271 Returns from the clerks of the Crown and clerks of the peace of the several counties in Ireland, of the number of persons committed to the different gaols thereof for trial, 1842; (105.) - - - - - - - - XLII. 181

Common Law Business (Ireland): Costs taxed by the two taxing officers in common law business in Ireland, entered in the respective books of each officer, from 1 & 2 Geo. 4, c. 53, to 1843; showing number of summonses, number of appointments made for taxing, number of certificates of amount of costs allowed, bills delivered, costs allowed or certified; in each year, and in quinquennial periods; (480.) - - L. 85

Commons Inclosure :
Bill for facilitating the inclosure and improvement of commons; (308.) I. 547

Bill for facilitating the inclosure and improvement of commons; (No. 2.) (341.)

- I. 60 Concordatum Fund. see Miscellaneous Services, VI. 9

Confectionery :
Correspondence between the Commissioners of Customs and the officers of revenue,
relative to the importation into the United Kingdom of confectionery from the
Channel Islands; (379.) - - - - - - - - LII. 55

Consistory Court. see Admiralty Courts.

Consolidated Fund Accounts. see Finance.

Constabulary (Ireland): Statement of the amount of constabulary force in each county, county of a city, and county of a town in Ireland, 1st January 1843; (183.) - - L.

Return of the names of all persons receiving pensions or gratuities from the superannuation or reward funds of the force; with their length of service, cause of retirement, and the amount received by each; (467.) - - - - L. 95

Consuls Abroad. see Miscellaneous Services, V.
Controverted Elections. see Elections, I.

Convict Service (Ireland): Copies of reports by the inspector-general of prisons and superintendent of convict service in Ireland, on complaints forwarded to the Irish Government between 1836 and 1842; report and evidence taken on the inquiry before the Chief Remembrancer relative to the mode of conducting the convict service in Ireland; report and evidence relating to alleged abuses on the convict side of Kilmainham prison, in Ireland, and copies of all orders and proceedings founded on the reports and evidence taken on this subject; (547.) - - XLII. 483

see also Miscellaneous Services, III.

Convict Ships and Transports:

Return of hired convict ships and transports that have foundered at sea or have not been heard of since 1816, together with their names and tonnage, and the number of vessels employed each year; a like return of the number of ships of war and Government packets, with their names and tonnage; likewise the number of each so employed each year; (166.) (222.) - - LII. 427. 431 see also Merchant Wessels.

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