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Carlisle :
Amount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.)

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Carmichael, Dr. see Disinfecting Fluids.
Carnarvon :
Amount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

- LXV. 22 Carriages : Amount of taxes thereon, 1842-1845 ; [in 843.]

Number assessed; rates and amount of duty, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 36 Cassia Lignea :

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

LXV. 20 Quantities imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 86 Quantities re-exported to each country, 1845; [in 843.)

LXV. 98 Castlebar Union (Mayo):

Returns of the sums levied and expended for the relief of the poor in the union

of Castlebar, in the county of Mayo, since September 1842 to 31 December 1846; the proportion of actual expenditure to the valuation of the rateable property in the union; the number of paupers admitted during the last six months, and the dates of their admission; of applications rejected, and of the number of coroners' inquests held in the county of Mayo, and in the union of Castlebar, in which verdicts of death by starvation, or of similar purport, were recorded ; (379.)

XLIX. 211 Castlereagh, Viscount. see Poland. Castor Oil :

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.]

LXV. 90 Casual Poor. see Poor and Poor Laws. Cattle :

Account of all catile, sheep, and swine imported into Great Britain from Ireland, from 5 July 1846 to 5 January 1847 ; (133.)

. LIX. 21 Similar account, from 5 January to 5 April 1847 ; (544) Return showing the number and description of live cattle and other animals imported into the United Kingdom from foreign countries, 1846; (720.)

LIX. 27 Account of the number of cattle, sheep, and swine imported from Ireland into Great Britain, from 5 April to 5 July 1847; (727.)

LIX. 25 see also Corn, II. 2. Smithfield Market, II. Cayenne : Navigation and trade between France and Cayenne ; [in 798.]

LXIV. 417 Cedar :

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

LXV. 16 Cemeteries :

I. Biil: Bill for consolidating in one Act ceriain provisions usually contained in Acts authorizing the making of cemeteries; (320.)

I. 117
Bill (as amended by the Committee]; (425.)

I. 137
II. Accounts and Papers :
Instructions to surveying officers appointed by the Commissioners of Woods and

Forests to institute preliminary inquiries, under 9 & 10 Viet. c. 106, in cases
of application for Acts for the formation of cemeteries; (in 33.) XXXIII. 87

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Central and South American Republics :
Coinmercial regulations, resources, and trade of; [in 769.] ·

- LXIV. 1 Ceylon :

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

XXXVI. 17 2. Differential Duties ; Navigation Laws : Copies of all memorials and representations from Ceylon resecting the differential

duties, and the operation of ihe British Navigation Laws on its commerce since 1845; (in 119.)

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3. Duties; Imports amd Exports : Copy of the existing tariff in the island of Ceylon, stating the name of every

article imported and exposted, the rate and amount of duly; also the aggregate amount of revenue in the years 1842, 1843, and 1844; also iables of ihe number of articles imported and exported, in classes, in 1844; the total amount of duty received from each class, and the aggregate amount of all classes ; (93.)

XLI. 427 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 Account of the imports into the United Kingdom of sugar, molasses, rum and coffee from Ceylon, 1831 to 1846 ; (in 657.)

LIX. 365 Account of exports to and imporis from Ceylon; also ships entered and cleared from the United Kingdom for the same; (in 717.)

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

315

LXV. 317 The same of articles exported from Ceylon in 1844 ; [in 868.]

4. Langslow, Robert : Copies of all documents and other evidence, forming the ground for the dismissal

from office of Robert Langslow, Esq., one of the district judges of Ceylon ; and also of the subsequent correspondence relating to such dismissal ; (495.)

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5. Railways : Correspondence between Her Majesty's Government and the parties interested in

LXIII. 392 railways in Ceylon; (in 716.)

see also East India, 11. õ.

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Chancery (Court of):

I. Bills.
II. Accounts and Papers.

1. Suitors' Fund, and Suitors' Fee Fund.
2. Taxation of Cosis.

3. Masters in Chancery.

1. Bills :
Bill, intituled An Act to abolish one of the offices of Master in Ordinary of the

High Court of Chancery ; (535.) -
Bill, intituled An Act for the discontinuance of the attendance of the Master in

Ordivary of the High Court of Chancery in the public office, and for transferring
the business of such public office to the Affidavit-office in Chancery ; (536.)

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II. Accounts and Papers :

1. Suitors' Fund, and Suitors' Fee Fund: Return from the Accountant-general of the Court of Chancery, showing Ilie state of the Suitors' Fund, and the Suitors' Fee Fund ; (21.)

XLVI. 353 Amount of stamp duy on the Chancery Fund, 1843 and 1844; [in 843.]

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Chancery (Court of)- continued.

II. Accounts and Papers-continued.

2. Taxation of Costs : Returns of the number of attendable warrants granted by each of the Taxing

Masters for the laxation of costs each day within the fourth year of his appointment; the warrants to justify aliendances; the number of bills of costs; the amount and rate of the per-centage on the taxation thereof paid during that year; and the sums received for warrants granted, and for copies of bills of costs, and for reports or certificates, or otherwise, during that period; of the toial amount of the sums received by each of the Taxing Masters (paid out of the Suitors' Fee Fund) both for salary and compensation, since the passing of 5 & 6 Vici. c. 103; (300.)

3. Masters in Chancery : Return of the total number of attendable warrants granted by each of the Masters

in Ordinary of the High Court of Chancery in England, on each day of the
year, commencing with Easter Term 1846, 10 Hilary Vacation 1847; (385.)

XLVI. 367
Channel Islands :
Quantities of principal articles imported therefroin, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 86
Quantities of principal articles exported thereto, 1845; (in 843.]
Quantities and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures ex-
ported thereto, 1845; [11 8433.]

see also Criminal Law, 3. Miscellaneous Services, VII.
Channel Squadron. see Navy, II. 15.
Charitable Donations and Bequests :

Second Report of Commissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests for Ireland ;
[803.]

XVII.
Charities :

Bill 10 alter and amend the laws relating to the disposition of property for pions

and charitable purposes; (101.) Bill for the better administration of charitable trusts for the benefit of Her Majesty's Roman Catholic subjects; (219.)

Ill. 607 see also Miscellaneous Services, VI. Cheese:

Account of the quantities imported in each month of 1846, distinguishing the

European, Uniied States, and Colonial produce, and of all European cheese, exclusive of British, exported from England in 1846; (414.)

LIX. 29 Quantities imported, exporteri, and retained for consumption; rates and amount of duty, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.]

LXV. 16 Quantities Imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845; (10 843)

LXV. 86 see also Corn, II. 2. Provisions, I Chelsea and Greenwich Out-pensioners :

Bill for limiting the time of service in the arıny, and for amending the Acts for

rendering effective the services of the Chelsea and Greenwich out-pensioners ;

(145)
Bill to amend the Acis for rendering effective the services of the Chelsea and
Greenwich oat-pensioners ; (441.)

- Ill. 45 Chelsea Pensions : Bill for abolishing poundage on Chelsea pensions ; (12.)

- 1. 157
Cheltenhum Walerworks. see Preliminary Inquiries, 1.
Chepstow :
Ainount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

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Chester :
Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844; [in 843.]

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Chester and Holyhead Railway :

Minutes of Evidence taken before the Select Committee on the Chester and Holy-
head Railway Bill [extension to Holyhead), (Group, 24); (531.)

XII. 61
Report to the Commissioners of Railways, by Mr. Walker and Captain Simmons,

R. e., on the fatal accident on 24th May 1847, by the falling of the bridge over
the river Dee, on the Chester and Holyhead Railway, together with minutes of
the Commissioners thereon, and plans; (584.) -

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see also Holyhead Harbour, IV.

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Chichester:

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

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Chili:

Account of the quantity of copper and copper ore imported into the United King

dom from Chili, 1824 to 1846 ; (in 637.) Accounts of the total declared value of all exports to Cuba, and of the total official value of all imports therefiom, 18-24 to 1846; (in 656.)

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LXIV.
Commercial regulations, resources, and trade of; [in 769.]
Quantities of principal articles imporied therefrom, 1845; [in 843.] - LXV. 86
Quantities of principal articles exported thereto, 1845; [in 813.)

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

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China :

I. Report : Report of the Select Committee on Commercial Relations with China, together with Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, and Index; (654.)

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II. Accounts and Papers :
Orders, ordinances, rules and regulations concerning the trade in China ; (795.]

XL.
Rules and regulations concerning the trade in China (for the balf-year ending

XL. 65 31 December 1846); [813.) Return of the trade of the various ports of China, for the year 1846 ; [812.]

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Return of the trade of the various ports of China, down to the latest period;

(794.] Account of exports to, and imports from China; also ships entered and cleared from the Unijed Kingdom for China, 1840-1846 ; (in 717.)

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Payments into the Exchequer from, 1845; [in 843.] -

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

see also Canton, Hong Kong Opium.
Chocolate and Cocoa Paste:

Quantities importer, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount of

duty, 1844 and 1845 [in 843.]
Church of England. see Bishoprics. Ecclesiastical Commission. Manchester Bishopric.

New Churches,
Church of Scotland. see Sites for Churches.
Churches, Commissioners for Building. see New Churches, I.
Chusan :

Proclamation on the evacuation of Chusan ; [in 813.]
Cigars. see Tobacco.
Cinders. see Coal, Cinders and Culm.

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Cinnamon :

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

LXV. 20 Quantities imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 86
Quantities re-exported to each country, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 98
Circulation, Bank of England. see Bank of England, 4, 5.
Civil Contingencies:

Account of the sum expended under the head of Civil Contingencies in 1844,
1845, and 1846, and estimate of the amount required for 1847; (216.)

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Civil List:
Amount paid at the Exchequer on account of, 1845; [in 843.]

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see also Pensions.
Civil and Military Appointments. see Prussia, 3.
Clare County. see Public Works (Irelund), III. 1.
Cleansing. see Drainage, Sewerage and Cleansing.
Clergy (North America). see Miscellaneous Services, V.
Clocks (New Houses of Parliament):

Copies of all papers and correspondence relating 10 the great clock and all other

clocks for the New Palace at Westminster (omitting drawings and mechanical

details); (724.) Clover Seed :

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumpiion; rates and amoum of duty, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

- LXV. 18 Quantities imported from each couniry and retained for consumption, 1845;

[in 843.] Cloves :

Quantities imported, exporied, and retained for consumption; rates and amount of duty, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.)

LXV. 20 Quantities imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 87 Quantities re-txported to each country, 1845 ; [in 843-]

LXV, 98 Clyde River and Port of Glasgow :

Copy of ihe Report of Captains Denison and Bethune to the Board of Admiralıv

on the state of the River Clyde and Port of Glasgow, dated 25 May 1846; (242.)

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Coaches, Stage and Hackney:
Amount of stamp duties, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

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see also Stage Carriages.
Coals, Cinders, and Culm:

Account of the quantities shipped at the several ports of England, Scotland, and

Ireland to other ports of the United Kingdom ; quantities and declared value exported to foreign countries and the British seulements abroad; rate and amount of duty thereon, and the quanti ies imported into the port of London, 1846, compared with 1845; (477.)

LIX. 31 Return of the nuinber of ships laden with coul, cinders, and culm entered out

wards in each year, 1840-1846, specifying the kinds and quantities, the amount of duty received, the port of clearance, the countries cleared for, and to what nation ?he ship belonged; (520.)

LX. 165 Quantities shipped coastways at each port, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 65 Quantities and value exported at each port and to each country, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

LXV, 66 Quantities exported; rates and amount of duty, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 70 Quantities brought coastways and by inland navigation into the port of London, 1842-1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 70 Quantities and declared value of exports to each country, 1845; (in 843]

LXV. 105 Coast Guard.

see Inspecting Commanders. Coasting Traile.

see Shipping, 5. Cochineal :

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

LXV. 14 Quantities imported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 87 Quantities re-exported to each country, 1845; [in 843.]

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