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Cockermouth Improvement. see Preliminary Inquiries, 1.

Cocoa :

Account of the imports of cocoa into the United Kingdom from the West Indies and British Guiana, from 1831 to 1846; (in 438.)

LIX. 361 Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption; rates and amount of duty; 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 14 Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption, showing the trade

with each country; rates and amount of duty, 1845; [in 843.] Quantities imported from the West Indies and British Guiana, 1831 to 1845; [in 843.]

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Quantities imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845;

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

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Cocoa-nut Oil:

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

LXV. 16 Coddinglon, Captain. see North Brilish Railway.

Cod Fishery :
Quantities of cod, ling, or hake, cured, dried, pickled, branded, and exported,

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1835 to 1845; [in 843.)
Number of fish taken and purchased by the crews of vessels or boats employed

LXV. 84 in the cod and herring fishery, during the year 1845; [in 843.] Number of boats, crews, and men, employed at each station during the same

LXV. 85 period ; [in 843.]

Coffee:

Account of the imports of coffee into the United Kingdom from the West Indies and British Guiana, from 1831 to 1846 ; (in 438.)

LIX. 361 Similar account of the imports from the East Indies and Mauritius; (in 657.)

LIX. 365 Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption; rates and amount

LXV. 14 of duty, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.] Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption, showing the trade

with each country; rates and amount of duty, 1845; [in 843.] - LXV. 50 Quantities imported from the West Indies and British Guiana, 1831 to 1845;

LXV. 56 [in 843.7 Quantities imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845;

LXV. 87 [in 843.]

LXV. 98 Quantities re-exported to each country, 1845; [in 843.]

Cogan, Captain. see Sattara, Raja of.

Coinage :

Quantities of gold and silver bullion, and of copper received and coined at the
Mint, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.) -

LXV. 10 see also Bullion.

Light Coin.

Mint. Miscellaneous Services, II.
Colchester:
Amount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.]

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Colchester Navigation and Improvement.

see Preliminary Inquiries, 1.

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Coleraine :

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.]
College of Physicians. see Physicians, College of.
College of Surgeons. see Surgeons, College of.

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Pym, John.

Collieries :

I, Bills ;
Bill to provide for the better ventilation of mines and collieries, for the protec-

tion and preservation of the lives of persons employed in and about the same,

and to make other provisions relating thereto; (509.)
Bill to comvel for a limited period the use of safety lamps, and to prohibit the
use of gunpowder or other explosive material in all fiery collieries; (626.)

I. 161
II. Reports :
Reports on the gases and explosions in collieries, by Sir H. T. De la Beche, Dr.

Lyon Playfair, and Mr. Warington Sinyth, with plans; [815.]
Colonial Office. see Miscellaneous Services, II.
Colonial Land und Emigration Commissioners. see Colonies, 1.
Colonial Lands. see New South Wales, 5.
Colonial Spirits. see Spirits, III. 4.
Colonies :

1. Reports :
Seventh General Report of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners;
[809.]

XXXIII.

131 Reports for the year 1846, to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, exhibiting

the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions, and of the Ionian Islands ; [869.]

XXXVII. 229 2. Correspondence : Correspondence relative to the immigration of labourers into the West India colonies and the Mauritius; state of the labouring population ; (325.)

XXXIX. 115 3. Accounts and Papers : Return of the number of colonial-built vessels and their tonnage registered in each

year, since 1841, at each port of the United Kingdoin, distinguishing those belonging to each colony ; also on 31 December 1846; (in 309.)

. LX. 309 Returns of duties imposed in the British colonies ; number and tonnage of vesseis

arriving at and departing from each colony, and an account of imports and exports, 1835-1844; (696.)

XXXVII. 97 Indexes 10 Reports of Commissioners, 1812-1840; (710-IV.) LVIII. Pari IV. I Return of the date at which each colony or foreign possession of the British Crown

was captured, ceded, or seuled; the number of population, and whether having legislative asseinblies or governed by orders of the Queen in Councii; stating also the value of the imports and exports, and the number and tonnage of vessels eniered inwards and cleared outwards in each coluny in the year 1842; (in 737-11.)

VI. 563 Returns, showing the revenues and disbursements of each colony for the last year

in which they can be made up; also particulars as to the local government of
each colony, &c.; and the colonies which have adopred the resolutions of the
House of Commons for the return of colonial accounts ; (740.) XXXVII. 609
see also Australian Colonies. Canada. Copyright. Differential Duties.

Emigration. Fees in Public Offices (Colonies). Hong Kong. Light-
houses, 3. Mauritius. New Brunswick. Newfoundland. New South
Wales. North Australia. Nova Scotia. South Australia. Van Diemen
Land.

Western Australia. West Indies.
Colonization from Ireland :

Report of the Select Committee of the House of Lords on colonization from Ireland, together with Minutes of Evidence; (737.)

VI. 1 Appendix and Index; (737 II.)

VI. 563 Colours, Painters': Declared value of British and Irish, exported to each country, 1845; [in 843.)

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Columbia :
Acconnt of the total declared value of all exports to Columbia, and the official

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value of all imports therefrom, 1824 10 1846; (in 656.)
Account of the quantities of copper and copper ore imported into the United
Kingdom, 1824 to 1846, from Columbia ; (in 637.)

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Quantities of principal articles iinporied therefrom, 1845 ; [in 843.) - J.XV. 86
Quantities of principal articles exported thereto, 1845 ; [in 843-] LXV. 98
Quantities and diclared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures ex-
ported thereto, 1845; [in 843]

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Combination Act. see Sheffield Petty Sessions.
Commercial Gas Light and Coke Company. see Preliminary Inquiries, 1.
Commissariat :

1. Generally :
Commissariat Estimate for the year 1847–48; (249.) -

- XXXV. 105 Account of the receipt and expenditure for commissariat services in the year ending 31 March 1846; (253-1.)

XXXVI. 51 Abstracis of the account of the receipts into and payments from the several commissariat chests abroad for the year ending 31 March 1846; (253-11.)

XXXVI. 17 2. Distress (Ireland): Correspondence from July 1846 to January 1847, relating to the measures adopted for the relief of distress in Ireland (commissariat series) ; [761.]

LI. 1 Index to correspondence; (56.)

LI.

535 Correspondence from January 10 March 1847, relating to the measures adopted

for the relief of distress in Ireland (commissariat series) Second Part; (796.)

Index to correspondence; (56-11.) -
Commissioners of Railways. see Railways, I. II.
Commissions, Army. see Army, II. 7.

LII. 333
LII. 579

Committals:

1. England and Wales : Statement of the number of persons committed in England and Wales, 1843

1844, 1845-1846, for each of the offences enumerated in the criminal tables annually presented to Parliament; (690.)

- XLVII. 293 2. Ireland : Returns from the clerks of the Crown and clerks of the peace of the several coun

ties, &c. in Ireland, of the number of persons committed to the different gaols thereof for trial in 1846; (94.)

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Common Law, Courts of. see Fees in Courts of Law and Equity.
Commons Inclosure:

Bill to authorize the inclosure of certain lands in pursuance of the Second Report

of the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales; (186.) I. 165 Bill to extend the provisions of the Act for the due inclosure and improvement of commons; (552.)

I. 169
see also inclosures.
Commutation of Tithes. see Tithes.
Compensation for Damages :

Bill to amend an Act of last Session for facilitating the employment of the labour

ing poor in the distressed districts in Ireland, as far as relates to compensation

for damages; (591.)
Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (615.)

I. 181
Composition Duties (Assessed Taxes) :

Amount thereof, 1842 to 1845 [in 843.] -
Compton, Mr.

Papers relating to the proceedings taken against Mr. Compton, a British snbject,

for his participation in the riot at Canton in July 1846 ; [808.]
Concordatum Fund (Ireland). see Miscellaneous Services, VI.
Consolidated Duties of Customs. see Shipping, 13.
Consolidated Fund :

Account showing the amount and nature of the charges on the Consolidated Fund,
1836 to 1846 inclusive ; (in 79.) -

XXXIV. 181 sce also Greek Loan.

Mint.

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Constabulary (England and Wales):
Abstract of return of the constabulary force in England

and Wales for each city, town, or borough; the rank of each chief or other officer; the amount of pay for each ; the date when each force was organized; whether there is a superannuation fund, and if so, what amount is deducted from the pay of each, and

what are the regulations for superannuation allowance; (134.) - XLVII. 613 Supplementary abstract of further returns; (134-II.)

XLVII. 629 Return of the number of police constables in each county, or division of a county,

in England and Wales, under the Act 2 & 3 Vict. c. 93; the number stationed in each petty session district, the population of the said district, and the amount paid by it 10 the county police rates, together with an account in detail of the several items of expenditure for 1846; (540.)

XLVII. 631 see also Police Superannuation Fund (England and Wales).

1

Constabulary (Ireland):

I. Bill : Bili to regulate the superannuation allowances of the constabulary force in Ireland, and the Dublin Metropolitan Police ; (618.)

1. 189

II. Accounts and Papers:
Statement of the amount of constabulary force employed in each county, and

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county of a city, or town in Ireland, on 1 January 1847; (478.)
Return of the Police Reward and Police Superannuation Funds (Ireland) for the

years 1845 and 1846; showing various particulars; (571.)

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Coutroverted Elections :
Mr. Speaker's warrant for the appointment of Members to serve on the General

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Committee of Elections for 1847; (6.)

Convict Discipline and Transportation :

1. Report: Copy of report made by the superintendent of convicts to the Secretary of State

for the Home Department, dated 10 February 1847, respecting the treatment of convicts in the haiks at Woolwich ; (149.)

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2. Correspondence and Despatches : Correspondence on the subject of convict discipline and transportation ; [785.]

XLVIII. 93 Further correspondence on the same subject; [800.)

XLVIII. 297 Further correspondence on the same subject; [811.]

XLVIII. 313 Copy of communication upon the subject of transportation addressed to Earl Grey by the Lord Bishop of Tasmania; (741.)

XXXVIII. 539 Despatches received during the years 1843 and 1844, relative to a plan for im

proving discipline among the convicis at the Cape of Good Hope, and employing them on the roads of the colony; (742.)

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3. Accounts and Papers : Return of all corporal punishments inflicted on persons confined on board hulks at

Woolwich, from 1 January 1843 to the present time, with the number of lashes given in each case, with the date thereof; (in 125.)

XLVIII. 465 Similar return for the hulks at Portsmouth and Gosport; (207.) - XLVIII. 461 Copies of circular letter addressed by Her Majesty's Secretary of State to the

justices in quarter sessions, dated' 31 December 1846, relative to the confinement of convicts after sentence, and of the replies thereto; (256.)

XLVIII. 5 see also Norfolk Island. North Australia.

Convicts :

Report of John Henry Capper, Esq., superintendent of ships and vessels employed

for the confinement of offenders under sentence of transportation, dated 1 March 1847; (150.)

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Copper and Brass Manufactures :

Quantities and declared value of British and Irish, exported to each country, 1845;

[in 843.] -
Copper and Copper Ore:

1. Imports and Exports of Copper :
Account of all copper imported into and exported from the United Kingdom, 1846;

also the quantity exported from the ports of London and Liverpool, 1846; and

the rate and amount of duty paid thereon; (in 449.) Quantities of foreign copper, wrought and unwrought, imported from each country,

in the year 1845; [in 843.] Quantities of British and foreign copper exported from the United Kingdom to each

country in the year 1845; [in 843.] Quantities of unwrought copper imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845 ; [in 843.]

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

LXV. 98 2. Copper Ore: Copies of all memorials and petitions presented to the Board of Trade and to the

Chancellor of the Exchequer respecting the duty on copper ore, and copies of the answers sent to the several applications since January 1846; (184.)

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Accounts relating to the import and export of copper, copper ore, brass, and cop

per manufactures, and the rate and amount of duty thereon, from 1824 to 1846 ;

(637.)
Quantities of copper ore imported and charged with duty, with the proportion of
metallic copper contained therein, 1845; [in 843.]

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Copper Coinage :
Quantities of copper received and coined at the Mint, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.]

LXV. 10 see also Mint.

Copyholds :
1. Bill :

• l. 197 Bill to continue the copyhold commission, (420.)

II. Accounts and Papers : Return of all enfranchisements and commutations confirmed by the copyhold commissioners, or which are in progress under their direction, from the commence

XLVI. 389 ment of the commission to 31 March 1847; (416.)

- 1. 199

Copyright:

Bill to amend the laws relating to the protection in the colonies of works entitled
to copyright in the United Kingdom ; (598.)

see also International Copyright.
Corcomroe Barony (Clare). see Public Works (Ireland), III. 1.
Cordage :

Quantities and declared value of British and Irish, exported to each country, 1845;

[in 843.]

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Cork :

Return, showing for each year, from 1823 to 1845, the number and tonnage of

vessels entered inwards and cleared outwards; the official and declared value of the exports, and the official value of the imports at the port of Cork ; (in 115.)

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Amount of customs duty thereat, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.]
Amount of postage thereat, 1844 and 1845; [in 843-]
Number and tonnage of vessels, British and foreign, entered thereat, 1845 ; [in

843.]

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