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West Indies - continued.
4. State of the West Indies : Correspondence relative to the supply of labour in the West Indies ; (in 325.)
Correspondence exhibiting the past and present state of the West India colonies ;
5. Sugar Duties: Copies of any memorials to Her Majesty from the island of Jamaica, and from
the other West India colonies, respecting the sugar duties, together with copies of the replies thereto; (160.)
XXXVIII. 235 see also Barbadoes. British Guiana. Hayti. Honduras. Jamaica. Miscellaneous Services, V. Sugar. Tariffs, 2.
Western Australia :
see also Miscellaneous Services, V.
Western Gas-light Company. see Preliminary Inquiries, I.
Westminster New Palace :
1. Architect's Report : Copy of the architect's report of the present state of the works of Westminster New Palace, 30 June 1847 ; (684.)
2. Clock: Copies of all papers and correspondence relating to the great clock and other clocks for the new Palace at Westminster ; (724.)
- LVII. 241 3. Dr. Reid : Answer of Dr. Reid to a document issued by the Commissioners of Woods on
2 December 1845; and minutes of eviden ce of Dr. Reid before a Conmittee of the House of Lords for inquiring into the progress of the building of the new Houses of Parliament ; (750.)
Westminster Sewers. see Sewers (Westminster).
Weymouth Union :
Reports made by Mr. Payne, district auditor to the Poor-law Commissioners, on
the Weymouth Union; also the last report by the Assistant Commissioner of the district on the Weymouth Union, with the date of the report; (63.)
XLIX. 119 Copies of applications and correspondence relative to the removal of the Weymouth Union from the Poor-law Assistant Commissioner's district now held by Mr. Gulson ; (in 263.)
Whale Fins :
Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount of duiy, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]
LXV. 20 Quantities imported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1845 [in 843.)
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Whale Fisheries :
LXV. 98 Quantities, and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures exported thereto, 1845; [in 843.]
Wilmot, Sir Eardley :
Copies of correspondence between the Secretary of State and Sir Eardley Wilmot,
relative to the recall of the latter from the government of Van Diemen's Land, (262.)
XXXVIII. 513 Further correspondence; (400)
Wilsontown, Morningside, and Coltness Railway. see Railways, III. 1.
Return of the amount of window duty assessed for the year 1845 for the twelve towns paying the largest amount, with the net amount of duty received for the
XXXIV. 481 same on 5 April 1846; (213.)
LXV. 34, 35 Amount of taxes on windows, 1842 to 1845; [in 843.)
ations and improvements in the approaches to the castle and town of Windsor,
at Windsor Casıle, 1845 and 1846 ; (in 527.)
Account of the number of gallons of each description of foreign wine imported,
exported, and retained for consumption, 1846; together with the quantity remaining in bond on 5 January 1847, at London and other places ; (624.)
Quantities of each sort imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount of duty, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]
see also Sweets or Made Wines.
LXV. 96 LXV. 103
Amount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845; [in 843)
1. Annual Report :
Land Revenues (with Plans ;) (605.)
2. Local Acts :
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Woods and Forestscontinued.
4. Woollen and Worsted Yarn.
poried 1846 ; the quantity of mohair (or goat's wool) imported and re-exported,
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Wool and Woollen Manufactures—continued.
Quantities and declared value, of British and Irish wool, exported to each country,
1845; (in 843.]
2. Woollen Factories : Return of the number of persons, showing those under 13, 13 and under 18, and
18 years of age and upwards, employed in the woollen factories of the United Kingdom; (in 294.
- XLVI. 609 3. Woollen Manufactures: Account of the imports of woollen manufactures 1846, compared with 1845; (in
413.) Account of the quantities, and declared value, of British woollen manufactures
exported from the United Kingdom 1846, specifying the countries to which they were sent; (521.)
. LIX. 465 Return of the declared value of woollen manufactures, and woollen yarn exported in the five months ending 5 June 1845 and 1847; (in 728.)
XXXIV. 401 Declared value of woollen manufactures exported in the years 1844, 1845, and
1846; (in 731.) Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount of
LXV. 20 duty, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.] Quantities and declared value of British and Irish, exported to each country, 1845;
4. Woollen and Worsted Yarn : Declared value of woollen yarn exported in the years 1844, 1845, and 1846; (in
731.) Quantities of woollen and worsted yarn imported, exported, and cleared for con
sumption; rates and amount of duty, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.] LXV. 20 Quantities, and declared value, British and Irish, exported to each country, 1845; [in 843.]
LXV. 109 see also Worsted Manufactures.
see Convict Discipline and Transportation, 1. 3.
Woolwich, Royal Arsenal :
Copy of the evidence taken before the Court of Inquiry instituted in April 1845,
by the Board of Ordnance at the Royal Arsenal Woolwich, to investigate charges preferred by Daniel Toner against Wm. Jones, late deputy-storekeeper, with a copy of the charges and the report thereon; copy of the charges preferred and the evidence given against Daniel Toner, late a labourer in the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, by Mr. Reed, a clerk in the Storekeeper's department, before Lord Bloomfield, Colonel Barnes, and Mr. Cheetham, in August 1845, with their report, and any memorial or correspondence that has passed between Daniel Toner and the Board of Ordnance thereon ; (166.)
XXXVI. 407 Workhouses (Ireland). See Union Workhouses (Ireland).
Workhouse Schools :
Copies or extracts of all reports made by Assistant Commissioners to the Poor-law
XLIX. 141 Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education, relative to training masters for workhouse schools; [in 787.]
Worsted Manufactures :
Return of the number of persons, showing those under 13 years of age, 13 and
under 18, and 18 and upwards, employed in worsted factories in the United Kingdom ;(in 294.)
XLVI. 60g see also Wool and Woollen Manufactures, 4.
Wyke, Thomas. see Gerrard, James, and Others.