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Courts of Law: Bill for altering and improving the proceedings in the superior courts of common law, as to certain actions for the recovery of debts or damages not exceeding 20l., and as to other actions in certain cases; (214.) - - - IV. 459

Courts of Law (Ireland): Bill to regulate and reduce the expenses of the offices attached to the superior courts of law in Ireland, payable out of the Consolidated Fund; (396.) III. 251

Creditors: Bill to enlarge the provisions of an Act for preventing frauds upon creditors by secret warrants of attorney to confess judgment; (435.) - - IV. 543

Criminal Law :
Seventh Report of Her Majesty's Commissioners on criminal law; [448.] XIX. 1

Criminal Lunatics. see Miscellaneous Services, III.

Criminal Offenders:
1. England:

Tables showing the number of criminal offenders, 1842; [465.] - XLII. 1
2. Scotland:
Tables of criminal offenders for 1842; [469.] - - - - - XLII. 75

Criminal Prosecutions. see Clerks of Assize. Miscellaneous Services, III.

Criminal Prosecutions (Ireland): Return, under distinct heads, of the application of the sum of 90,000 l., voted for the expense and arrears of criminal prosecutions and other law charges in Ireland in 1842; stating the total expense of each trial defrayed at the public charge, and the totai sums respectively applied in each case, for the expense of witnesses, fees of counsel, and solicitors' costs; (619.) - - - - - L. 107 see also Miscellaneous Services, III. Crown Debts. see Bankruptcy (Ireland).

Crown Office. see Queen's Bench Office.
Cuba :
Account of the declared value of the various articles of British produce and manu-

factures exported to Cuba, and the quantities of the principal articles, growth
and manufacture of Cuba, imported into the United Kingdom, and entered for
home consumption, 1833–1842; (437.) - - - - - - LII. 77

Curates. see Clergy.

Cured Provisions. see Provisions.

Currants : Quantities imported, exported, and cleared . T. for consumption in the tinted Kingdom, 1830, o ; [in 427.] - # 17. 92 rates and amount of duty - - (1840, 1841; [in 494.] - I. 18.98 Customs: 1. Bills : Bill to amend the law relating to the customs; (460.) - - - - I. 813

2. Reports of Commissioners:
Report of the Commissioners of Revenue Inquiry on customs' frauds; [480.]

- XXIX. 77 Report of the Commissioners of Customs to the Lords of the Treasury on the customs frauds; [481.] - - - - - - - - XXIX. 133

General Report of the Commissioners of Customs on the Report of the Commis-
sioners of Revenue Inquiry in regard to Custom-house frauds; (502.)
XXIX. 157
3. Accounts and Papers: -
Gross and net produce of the duties of customs, 1841, 1842; (in 35.) - LII. 1
Comparative statement of the consumption of imported commodities, and of the
receipt of customs duties thereon, within the United Kingdom, 1840, 1841, 1842;

(in 45.) - - - - - - - - - - - XXX. 415 Copies and extracts of despatches relative to the recent modifications in the tariff of the German Customs Union; [445.] - - - - - LXI. 271

Copies of any letter from the Treasury to the Board of Customs on 6th March,
relating to the admission of salted provisions at the colonial duty; (167.)
LII. 291
Copies of all orders made by the Commissioners of Customs affecting or regulating
the trade of the Port of London since January 1840; (208.) - - LII. 85
see also Ercise and Customs. German Customs Union.

vol. I page. *-

Cutlery: Quantities and declared value of British and Irish exported to each country, 1841 ; [in 494.] - - - - - - - - - - - LVI. 118

D. Danish Claims :

Co. of any memorials from the Danish claimants, presented to the Lords of the reasury since February last; (28.) - - - - - - XXX. 393 Copies of the addresses to the Crown respecting Danish claims, of May 1838 and June 1839, with Her Majesty’s answers; Treasury Minute of November 1834, referring to Parliament the decision of the question; Copy of any proclamation declaring war against this country, issued 1807, from the Danish government, which has been received at the Foreign Office or Admiralty; (407.) XXX. 399

Dartmouth. see West India and Peninsular Mails.

Deaf and Dumb Institution (Ireland):

Copy of the correspondence which took place between the Chief Secretary of Ireland and the governors of the National Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb Children of the Poor in Ireland, established qt Claremont, relative to any changes proposed to the governors of that institution to be made in the principles and forms of the system of education heretofore carried on there;

(587.) - - - - - - - - - - - - L. 157

Death, Punishment of:

Bill for removing doubts as to the punishment which may be awarded under the provisions of an Act, 4 & 5 Vict, for taking away the punishment of death in certain cases for certain offences therein specified; (52.) - - - II. 1

Debt, National. see Bank of England. Debt, Public.
Debt, Public :

Account of all additions which have been made to the annual charge of the public debt, by the interest of any loan that hath been made, or annuities created, 1832–1842; (124.) - - - - - - - - - XXX. 279 Gross amount of all sums received and paid by the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, on account of savings banks, including friendly societies, from their commencement, 1817 to 1842; expenses incurred for salaries to clerks, and incidental charges; gross amount of Bank annuities and Long annuities transferred, and all sums of money paid, and the gross amount of annuities for lives and for terms of years in 1843; (165.) - XXX. 285

Debts :

Bill for altering and improving the proceedings in the superior courts of common law, as to certain actions for the recovery of debts or damages, not exceeding

20 l., and as to other actions in certain cases; (214.) - - - IV. 459 Debts, Small : Bill for the more easy recovery of small debts and demands; (232.) - II. 5

Deductions from the Revenue. see Revenue.
Defamation, Law of see Libel.

Demerara : Quantities and value of imports and exports thereto and therefrom, 1838 and 1839; [in 427.] - - - - - - - - LV. 408. 426. 486. 504

Denmark:
Quantities of principal articles imported sl S40; [in 427.] - LV. 90. 106. 1 12
into and exported from - - (... ; [in 494.] - LVI. 96. 110. 116
Deodands. see Fines (Ireland).

Departments. see Public Departments.

Deputy Lieutenants (Ireland): Copies of correspondence between the lord lieutenant of Ireland and lord lieutenants of counties, on the subject of the dismissal of deputy lieutenants; (459.) see also Magistrates. . 159 Sess. 1843. 10 2

Derby Workhouse, see Workhouses.
Designs Copyright. see Copyright of Designs.

Designs, School of:
Report of the council of the School of Design, 1842, 1843; [454..] XXIX. 1
see also Miscellaneous Services, 1V. 2 [454.] 73
Detached Parts of Counties. see Counties, detached Parts of:
Dissenting Ministers. see Miscellaneous Services, WI.
Distress. see Paisley.

District Surveyors, see Building Act.

Disturbances, &c. (Ireland):

Returns of disturbances at fairs and markets in the collection of tolls and customs; of the names of fairs and markets where no tolls are collected; and of the names

of fairs and markets where toll-boards are not put up according to law; (589)

see also Outrages (Ireland). L. 163

Division of Parishes. see Parishes (Scotland).

Divisions of the House of Commons:
Statement of the number of divisions, 1842; subject of the division, number of
Members in majority and minority, tellers included; aggregate number in the
House on each division ; distinguishing also the divisions on Private Bills from
Public ; also number of divisions before and after midnight; (55.) XLIV. 3

Divorces and Marriages:
Bill to establish a court for marriages and divorces; (149.) - - III. 371

Dockyards:
Bill to enable Her Majesty to acquire lands for the enlargement of Her Majesty's

dockyards, and for other naval purposes; (152.) - - - - I. 1 Bill [as annended by the Committee]; (305.) - - - - - I. 29 IDogs: Bill to prohibit the use of dogs as beasts of draught or burthen, in England and Ireland; (61.) - - - • * - - - - - II. 17

Dominica: Quantities and value of imports and exports thereto and therefrom, 1838 and 1839; [in 427.] - - - - - - - - LV. 408.426. 486. see also West Indies.

Dovor Gaol: Copies of the correspondence that has taken place between the Secretary of State and the magistrates of Dovor, respecting Mr. Fitzjames; (42.) XLIII. 439

Dovor Harbour: Annual accounts of the receipt and application of the monies received by the warden and assistants of the harbour of Dovor, October 1839 to October 1841; (20.) - - - - - - - - - - - XXX. 405

Drainage:
Bill to facilitate the drainage of lands in England and Wales; (101.) - II. 23
Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (395.) - - - - - II. 81
Bill [as ainended by the Committee, and on recommitment]; (508.) - II. 145

Drainage (Ireland): First Annual Report of Commissioners, under 5 & 6 Wict. c. 89, for promoting the drainage of land, and improvement of navigation and water power, in connexion

with such drainage in Ireland; [466.] - - - - - XXVIII. 1

Dramatic Representations: Bill to repeal part of an Act, 1o Geo. 2, to explain an Act, 12 Anne, intituled “An Act for reducing the laws relating to rogues, vagabonds, sturdy beggars, and vagrants, into one Act of Parliament, and for the more effectual punishing such rogues, &c.;” (131.) - - - - - - - - - III. 497 see also Theatres Regulation.

Drogheda. see Election, Burgesses.

vol. | page. V

Dublin Applotment of Rates:
Bill for the more equal applotment of certain rates in the county of the city of
Dublin and county of Dublin respectively; (71.) - - - - II. 209

Bill [as amended by the Committee] (529.) - - - - - II. 217

Dublin Corporation :

Abstract of the account of the receipt and expenditure of all monies by the corporation of the city of Dublin, up to the last period to which the said account shall have been audited ; (586.) - - - - - - - L. 189

Dublin Electors. see Electors and Burgesses.

Dublin Grand Jury Presentments:

Bill to consolidate and amend the law for the regulation of grand jury presentments in the county of Dublin; (329.) - - - - - - II. 225

Dublin and Kingstown Railway:

Copies of correspondence and papers relating to the affairs of the Dublin and ingstown Railway ; (62.) - - - - - - - - L. 197

Dublin Police. see Miscellaneous Services, III.
Dublin Presbyterian Churches:

Copies of the correspondence between the Poor Law Commissioners and trustees
of the Presbyterian churches in Dublin, with respect to the liability to poor rate

of the pew-rent payable to the clergymen officiating in such churches; (272.)
L. 193

Dublin Royal Society:

Memorial transmitted by the Royal Dublin Society, to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, January 1843, praying for the grant of money for the erection of a national museum, with correspondence thereon ; (372.) - XXX. 5ol

Dublin Sessions of the Peace : * I Bill to make better provision for the appointment of a deputy for the chairman of the sessions of the peace in the county of Dublin, and to provide for the taking of an oath by the said chairman or deputy, and to amend an Act, 1 Vict., to amend the law for the recovery of small debts by civil bill in Ireland; o I. 309

Durham City Election:

Minutes of proceedings, and Evidence taken before the Select Committee, on the
Durham city election petitions; (433) - - - - - - - VI. 169

Dyewoods:

Quantities imported, re-exported, and retained s 1840; [in 427.] LW. 65. 92.107 for consumption in the United Kingdom -l 1841 ; [in 494.] LVI. 98. 111

E. Earthenware: Quantities, and declared value, British s 1840; [in 427.] - LW. 114 and Irish, exported to each country ll 841; [in 494.] - - - LVI. 1 18

East Indies :
I. Reports:
1. Law Commission :

Special Reports of the Indian Law Commissioners; (300.) - - XXXVI. 1

II. Accounts and Papers: 1. Appointments: Number of appointments made by the Court of Directors of the East India Company in their various establishments in each presidency, 1834–35–1841–42, distinguishing the number of writers, cadets, midshipmen, engineers, &c., appointed under each presidency in each year; and of all pensions and retiring allowances granted to each of those services during those years; (95.) - XXXV. 11

2. Coolies :

Copy of regulations made, and orders issued by the Government of Bengal, for the protection of Coolies proceeding to and from the Mauritius; (148.)

XXXV. 127 Copies or extracts of correspondence relating to the return of Coolies from British Guiana to India; (404.) - - - - - - - XXXV. 139

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Copy of financial resolutions of the Governor-general of India, June 1842; Report of Committee of Finance, 6th August 1842; (30.) - - XXXV. 69

Account of monies supplied from the revenues of India towards the payment of expenses in England chargeable thereon; of bills drawn by the governments of India; remittances from India in silk or other goods; met proceeds in London,

&c.; (87.) - - - - - - - - - - XXXV. 1

4. Home and Territorial Accounts:

Home accounts, and accounts respecting the annual territorial revenues and disbursements of the East India Company, 1838–39, 1839–40, 1840–41, according to the latest advices, with estimate for the ensuing year; (367.) XXXV. 39

5. Infanticide :

Copies or extracts of correspondence received since the last Returns presented to
Parliament, relative to the practice of infanticide in India; (613.)
XXXV. 183
6. Sattara:

Copy of the additional papers transmitted to the Court of Directors in relation to the commission of inquiry held at Sattara, October 1836, and ordered by a

general Court of Proprietors of the East India Company, Dec. 1842; (491.) XXXVIII.; Part I. 1

Copy of despatches from the Bombay, Governments XXXVIII.; Part I. 109 respecting the affairs of Sattara; (569.) - - -UXXXVIII.; Part II. I

7. Slavery : Copy of a legislative despatch from the secretary to the government of India to the secretary at the India House, April 1843, respecting slavery in the East Indies; (525.) - - - - - - - - - - LVIII. 13

8. Steam Navigation: Total amount expended for steam navigation to India, by way of the Red Sea, in each of the last four years, towards which Parliament has granted 50,000l. yearly ; stating the number and power of several vessels employed, and copy of the regulations passed for the same, stating the periods and places fixed for such communications; (301.) - - - - - - - XXXV. 649

9. Temple of Sonnauth: Despatch from the Governor-general of India to the Court of Directors, containing a proclamation addressed to the chiefs and princes of India, respecting the recovery of the gates of the Temple of Somnauth; also copy of proclamation respecting the evacuation of Affghanistan; (30.) - - - § 69

Copy of any orders given by the Governor-general of India for the troops to escort the gates of a temple to Somnauth; (81.) - - - XXXV. 79

10. Tenure of Land: Return of the terms, conditions, and modes of tenure on which lands are allowed to be held by Europeans under the Company's government in India; stating whether on the same terms, conditions, and modes of tenure as when held by natives; also, copies of any rules which may have been prescribed for regulating the grant of waste lands to Europeans and other British subjects, in the several provinces in India; (614.) - - - - - - - XXXV. 19 see also Affghanistan. Asia, Bank of Bengal. Bombay. Imports. Madras.

Sinde. Steam Vessels.

Ecclesiastical Commission (England):

Copies of Orders in Council, issued 1842, approving schemes of the Ecclesiastical
Commissioners for England; (104.) - - - - - - XL. 143
Number of small livings augmented from funds at the disposal of the Ecclesiastical
Commissioners in England and Wales; specifying the name, locality, and dio-
cese of each living, the original value, and the amount of augmentation ; (285.)
XL. 25

see also Miscellaneous Services, II.

Ecclesiastical Commission (Ireland):
Annual Report of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners of Ireland to the Lord Lieu-

tenant; (137.) - - - - - - - - - XXVIII. 7

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