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LXV. 22
Amount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.)

LXV. 41
Amount of postage thereat, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]
Number and tonnage of vessels, British and Foreign, entered thereat, 1845;

LXV. 44
[in 843.]
Bristol Building and Improvement Act Amendment. see Preliminary Inquiries, 1.
Bristol and Clifton Oil Gas Company. see Preliminary Inquiries, 1.
Bristol and Ereter Railway. see Preliminary Inquiries, 2. Railways, III. 1.
British Artists, Society of:

Copy of the royal charter granted 3 February 1847, to the Society of British
Artists in Suffolk Street; (378.) -

'LVII. 213 British Association for the Advancement of Science. see British Museum, 2.

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British Guarantee Association :

Copy of Treasury Minute, dated 16th February 1847, authorizing the acceptance

on the part of official departments of the bond of the British Guarantee Association, for the fidelity of persons in the service of Her Majesty in lieu of private sureties; (329.)

XXXIV. 221

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British Guiana :

Extract of despatch from Governor Light to Earl Grey, dated 5 March 1847,

enclosing draft for 1,200 l., being the first instalment of subscriptions raised in British Guiana for the relief of destitute poor in Ireland and the Highlands of Scoiland; (287.)

XXXVII. 1 Correspondence relative to the supply of labour in British Guiana ; (in 325.)

XXXIX. 115 Returns showing the number of free emigrants introduced into British Guiana, and

the number of emigrant labourers now ordered ; (496.) - XXXIX. 15 Copies of correspondence between Her Majesty's Government and the parties

LXIII. 323 interested in Railways in British Guiana ; (716.)

see also West Indies.

British Museum :

1. Income and Expenditure : Account of the income and expenditure for the year 1846, of the estimated charges

and expenses for ihe year ending 25th of March 1848, and of the sum necessary to discharge the same; also account of the number of visitors from 1840-1846, together with a statement of the progress made in the arrangement of the collections, and an account of objects added to them in 1846 ; (189.)

XXXIV. 223 Abstract accounts of the expenditure for the buildings, for the establishment, and

for each department of the Museum, in each year since its establishment up to 31st December 1846, distinguishing the amounts paid under Acts and votes of Parliament ; (458.)

XXXIV. 237 Return of the total amount expended on the new buildings and fittings of the

British Museum, from the commencement of the rebuilding until the present time; also of the date when the new buildings were commenced, and an estimate of the cost of completing the same and fittings; (198.)

XXXIV, 235 2 British Association : Copy of memorial to the First Lord of the Treasury presented on 10th March 1847

by members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, and of
oiher scientific societies, respecting the management of the British Museuin, with
the names affixed ; (268.)

XXXIV. 253
3. Commission :
Copy of Commission issued by Her Majesty to inquire into the affairs of the
British Museum, dated 17 June 1847 ; (674.) -

XXXIV. 257
4, Officers:
Return of the names, salaries, &c., of persons employed by the trustees of the

British Museum and of the promotions and discharges since 1st January 1841; (396.)

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British Museum-continued.

5. Visitors:
Return of the number of visitors to the British Museum, 1846 ; (in 647.)

XXXIV. 251
Number of persons who visited the Museum in each year from 1843 to 1845;

LXV. 236 [in 868.]

British North America :

1. Correspondence : Correspondence as to the past and present state of the North American colonies; [in 869.]

XXXVII. 229 2. Emigration : Papers relating to emigration to the British Provinces of North America; (777.]

XXXIX. 19 Further papers relative to emigration to the British Provinces in North America; [824.]

XXXIX. 63 3. Imports and Exports: Account of exports to, and imports from the British North American colonies,

also ships entered and cleared from the United Kingdom for the same, 1840– 1846; (in 717.)

LX. 1 Quantities of principal articles imported therefrom, 1845; (in 843.] LXV. 86 Quantities of principal articles exported therelo, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 98 Quantities and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures exported thereto, 1845 ; [in 843.)

LXV. 104 Quantities and value of the principal articles imported thereto, distinguishing the countries from which the same were imported in 1844; [in 868.]

LXV. 241-250 The same of articles exported therefrom in 1844; [in 868.]

LXV. 251–257 4. Shipping : Return of the number of ships cleared out from the several ports in the United

Kingdom, 1845 and 1846, for ports in British North America, with cargoes and

in ballast; (437) Return of the number and tonnage of ships which cleared out from the United Kingdom, for Canada and British North America, 1830-1846; (522.) LX. 163 see also Canada.

Emigration, 2. 5. Miscellaneous Services, V. New Brunswick. Newfoundland. Nova Scotia. Prince Edward Island.

LX. 155

British Spirits. see Spirits.

Brilish West Indies. see West Indies.

Brunswick, Duke of:

Accession of the Duke of Brunswick to the convention concluded 13th May

1846, between Great Britain and Prussia, for the establishment of international copyright, signed 30th March 1847; [804.)

LXX. 1

Buchanan, Peter. see Canada, II. 5.

Buckingham Palace :

Plans and elevations of the proposed new buildings at Buckingham Palace ; [842.]

LVII. 1 see also Miscellaneous Services, I.

Buckwheat:

Bill to suspend for a time to be limited, the duties on the importation of buckwheat, buckwheat meal, maize, or Indian corn, Indian corn meal and rice; (7.) see also Corn.

1. 83 Buenos Ayres, or Argentine Republic : Commercial regulations, resources and trade of; [in 769.]

LXIV. 1

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Buildings :

Bill for further amending an Act for regulating the construction and use of

buildings in the metropolis and its neighbourhood; (365.)

II. 473

Bullion :

Return of the actual amount of bullion in the Bank of England at the end of each month, from May 1846 to April 1847; (in 539.)

LX. 107 Amount of bullion in the Bank of England, in each week of 1845; [in 843.)

LXV. 8 Quantities of gold and silver received at and delivered from the Bank of England, in each quarter, from 1843 to 1845; [in 843.]

see also Light Coin.

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IV. 311
IV. 333

Burgage Tenure:

Bill to facilitate the transference of lands and other heritages in Scotland, not held

in burgage tenure; (283.) Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (372.) Bill to facilitate the transference of lands and other heritages in Scotland, held in burgage tenure ; (285.)

1. 85 Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (374.) Burial Grounds. see Cemeteries.

. 1. 91

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Burnett, Sir William. see Disinfecting Fluids.

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Butter and Cheese:
Quantities and declared value, British and Irish, exported to each country, 1845;

LXV. 105 [in 843.)

Butter, Salted :

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption; rates and amount of duiy, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 16 Quantities imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845; [in 843.]

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Caledonian Canal :

1. Bill : Bill for transferring to the Commissioners of the Caledonian Canal the powers of the Argyle Canal Company, and for amending the Acts concerning the said

- 1. 23 canals ; (583.)

II. Report : Forty-second Report of the Counmissioners for making and maintaining the Caledonian Cana!; (587.)

XXXIII. 119 see also Miscellaneoas Services, I.

Railways, III. 1.

Caledonian Railway. see Preliminary Inquiries, 2.
Calvert, Colonel. see Disinfecting Fluids.

Calves. see Smithfield Market, II.
Campbell, Lieutenant-colonel. see Man, Isle of.

Campbeltown:

Amount of customs duly thereat, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.]

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Canada :

1. Bill :

Civil List.

II. Accounts and Papers :

1. Commissariat.
2. Correspondence.
3. Differential Duties.
4. Navigation Laws.
5. Public Credit.
6. Shipping
7. Usury Laws.

I. Bill:

Civil List:
Bill to authorize Her Majesty in Council to assent to a certain Bill passed by the

two Houses of Legislature of the province of Canada, for granting a civil list to
Her Majesty, and to repeal certain parts of an Act, passed 3 & 4 Vict., 10
reunite the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, and for the government of

I. 111 Canada ; (537.)

1). Accounts and Papers :

1. Commissariat : Abstract of sums received into and issued from the commissariat chest of Canada, 1845; (in 253-II.)

XXXVI. 17 2. Correspondence : Correspondence relative to the affairs of Canada, 1846; [829.] XXXVIII. 1

3. Differential Duties: Copies of all memorials and representations from Canada, respecting the differen

iial duties and the effect of the British Navigation Laws on their commerce since 1845; [in 119.]

XXXVII. 11 4. Navigation Laws : Copy of despatch from the Governor-general of British North America, dated

24 March 1847, enclosing a memorial from the Montreal Board of Trade for a modification of the Navigation Laws, and for the removal of restrictions at present applicable to the navigation of the St. Lawrence by foreign vessels ; (399.)

XXXVIII. 11 5. Public Credit: Copies of the correspondence of Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies

with F. A. Harper and Peter Buchanan, esqrs., or the Governor-general of Canada, respecting certain statements on the subject of the public credit of the province of Canada, contained in a memorial presented in March last to Lord John Russell, relative to a project for the colonization of Canada by emigration from Ireland ; (568.)

XXXVIII. 15 6. Shipping : Return of the number and tonnage of ships which cleared out from the United

Kingdom for ports in Canada and British North America, from 1830 to 1846 ; (in 522.)

LX. 163 7. Usury Laws: Copy of all correspondence between Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the

Colonies, respecting the effect of the Usury Laws in Canada on the industrial and commercial interests of that province, and of all correspondence with the Governor-general on that subject; (569.)

XXXVIII. 21 see also Miscellaneous Services, V.

Canals :

Bill 10 amend an Act to enable canal companies to become carriers upon their canals ; (617.)

I. 107 see also Argyll Canal.

Caledonian Canal.

Glasgow, Paisley, and Ardrossan Canal Company.

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LXV. 104

Canaries, The :

Quantities of principal articles imported therefrom, 1845 ; [in 843.] - LXV. 86
Quantities of principal articles exported thereto, 1845; [in 843.] LXV. 98
Quantities and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures ex-

ported thereto, 1845; [in 843.) -
Candles. see Soap and Candles.
Canton :

Return of the quantities and value of merchandize imported into and exported from

the port of Canton ; of the cusionis duties paid thereon, and the amount of tonnage dues in 1845 and 1846 ; [in 794 and 812.]

XL. 77 and 227 Orders and regulations concerning the trade of Canton ; [in 795 and 813.)

XL. i and 65 Papers relating to the riot at Canton in July 1846, and to the proceedings taken

against Mr. Compton, a British subjeci, for his participation in that riot ; [808.]

XL. 331

Correspondence relative to the operations in Canton river, April 1847 ; [845.)

XL. 467

LXV. 104

Cape of Good Hope:

1. Commissariat Chest : Abstract of sums received into and issued from the commissariat chest of the Cape of Good Hope, in the year ending 31 March 1846 ; (in 253-11.)

XXXVI.

17 2. Convicts : Papers respecting a plan for improving the discipline of convicts at the Cape of Good Hope, received during the years 1843 and 1844 ; (742.)

XLVIII. 359
3. Customs and Shipping :
Returns of duties imposed in the colony; number and tonnage of vessels arriving
at and departing from the colony; imports and exports, 1835-1844 ; (in 696.)

XXXVII. 97
4. Imports and Exports :
Quantities of principal articles imported therefrom, 1845; [in 843.] LXV. 86
Quantities of principal articles exported thereto, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 98
Quantities and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures ex-

ported thereto, 1845; [in 843.] Quantities and value of the principal articles imported into the Cape of Good

Hope, distinguishing the countries from which the same were imported in 1844 ; [iu 868.]

- LXV. 303-308 The sale articles exported from the Cape of Good Hope, 1844 ; [in 868.]

LXV. 309, 310 5. Kafir Tribes : Correspondence with the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope relative to the state of the Kafir tribes on the eastern frontier of the colony ; [786.)

XXXVIII. 27
Cape Verd Islands :

Quantities of principal articles imported therefrom, 1845; [in 843.] LXV. 86
Quantities of principal articles exported thereto, 1845 ; [in 843.)

LXV. 98
Quantities and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures ex-

ported thereto, 1845; [in 843.) -
Cupital Convictions. see Criminal Offenders, 1.
Cupper, John Henry, see Convicts.
Captured Negroes. see Miscellaneous Services, V.
Caraway Seed :

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount
of dury, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

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Cardiff :
Amount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845; (in 843)

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Cardigan :
Amount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.]

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