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Cork Union:
Reports from Dr. Stephens to the Board of Health in Dublin on the state of the

LV. 11
Cork Union workhouse, dated February 1847; (in 257.)

Cork, Unmanufactured :

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rate and amount of

duty, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.] Quantities imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845; [in

843.]

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Corn:

J. Bills :

1. Suspension of Duties.

2. Suspension of Navigation Laws.
II. Accounts and Pupers :

1. Prices in London and Paris.
2. Imports and Exports and Consumption.

1. Bills:

1. Suspension of Duties: Bill to suspend for a time to be limited the duties on the importation of corn; (4.)

1. 203

Bill to suspend for a time to be limited the duties on the importation of buck wheat,

buck-wheat meal, maize or Indian corn, Indian corn meal and rice; (7.) I. 83 Bill to suspend for a time to be limited the duties on the importation of corn,

maize, rice, grain, meal, flour, biscuit, and certain other similar articles ; (505.)

I. 205

2. Suspension of Navigation Laws: Bill to allow for a time to be limited the importation of corn from any country in

foreign ships ; (5.)

III. 25

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LIX. 499

II. Accounts and Papers :

1. Prices in London and Paris : Return of the prices of wheat and bread in London and Paris, November 1846 to February 1847; (152.)

Return of the prices in London and Paris respectively of the best wheaten bread,

the best wheaten flour, and the best white wheat, on ist March, April, May and June 1847; (581.)

2. Imports and Exports and Consumption : Statement relating to average prices of grain, and rates payable each week from

25 June 1846 ; imports and entries of foreign and colonial wheat and flour, Indian corn and meal, in each month of 1846 ; statement of each kind of grain and flour imported in each year ending 5 January 1844-1847; statement of corn and flour imported from the United States, 1844-1846; quantity imported from bonded warehouses, 1844 to 1846; Britisb and Irish wheat exported, 1846; imports into and exports from Ireland in 1846, and exports from Ireland to Great Britain, 1843–1846; (1.)

LIX. 469 Account of the quantities of wheat, barley, oats, wheat-four, oatmeal, butter,

cheese and meat; of the number of cattle, sheep, and swine imported into Great Britain from Ireland in each month, 1846; (32.)

LIX. 493 Account of the total amount of duty received upon foreign wheat imported between

5 July 1846 and 19 January 1847, with the weekly average price of wheat, and the quantities imported and entered for consumption in each week of the same period; (72.)

LIX. 495 Account of the quantity of flour and wheat exporied from Canada to Great Britain and Ireland in the years 1844-1846; (in 119.)

XXXVII. 11 Account of wheat and wheat-Aour imported into the United Kingdom in 1846;

quantity entered for home consumption in the same period ; quantity imported from Canada into the United Kingdom in 1846; also entered for home consumption; and the quantities of wheat, barley, oats, wheat-flour, and oatmeal imported into Great Britain from Ireland, from 5 Julý 1846 to 5 January 1847; (132.)

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Corn- continued.

II. Accounts and Papers-continued.

2. Imports and Exports and Consumption-continued. Return of the number of ships laden with foreign corn entered inwards at the ports

of the United Kingdom in 1846, specifying the kinds and quantities of corn, the ports of lading, the ports of discharge, and if in ships of foreign nations, to

what nation they belonged ; (183.) Accounts relating to the import, export, and consumption of corn, grain, meal and

four in the year 1846 ; (259.) Account of the quantities of wheat, barley and oats exported from and imported into the United Kingdom in January and February 1847 ; (272.)

LIX. 501 Similar account for the month of March ; (349.)

LIX. 503
Similar account for the month of April; (463.)

LIX. 505
Siinilar account for the month of May; (603.)
Account of the total quantities of wheat returned by the inspectors of corn returns;
as brought to market in each month from September 1844 to April 1847; (450)

LIX. 515 Account of the quantities of wheat, barley, oats, wheat-flour, and oatmeal imported inio Great Britain from Ireland, from 5 January to 5 April 1847; (543.)

LIX. 519
Similar account from 5 April to 5 July 1847; (726.)
Return of the quantities of corn, &c. imported into the United Kingdom in foreign

ships since the suspension of the Navigation Laws up to 12 June 1847; (557.) Account of the quantities of wheat, wheat-flour, barley, and oats imported into and

exported from the United Kingdom in the half year ending 5 June in each year, 1843 to 1847, and the difference between the imports and exports in each half

- LIX. 509 year; (612.) Return of grain, four and meal, reduced 10 quarters, entered for home consumption

in the United Kingdom in the years ending 5 June 1845, 1846, and 1847, with
the average price, showing the greatest alternation of price in certain periods
between 1828 and 1842, and the highest price of grain in any one week between
1820 and 5 June 1847; (649.)

LIX. 511
Return explanatory of this account; (670.)
Returns of the quantities of grain, flour, and meal imported into Ireland froin

LVI. 291
1 September 1846 to 5 July 1847; (in 725.)
Return of the quantities of corn, grain, flour, and meal imported into the United

Kingdom in the years 1843, 1844, 1845, and 1846; (in 731.)
Returns relative to the import, export, and average prices of grain; rates and
amount of duty between 1828 and 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 57-98
Cornwali, Duchy of:
Account of the gross and net revenue of the Duchy of Cornwall, 1846; (in 269.)

XXXIV. 259
Cornwall Railway. see Preliminary Inquiries, 2.
Corofin (Clare). see Public Works (Ireland), III. 1.
Corporal Punishments :

1. Army:
Returns of persons flogged in the army in Great Britain and Ireland in the years

1845 and 1846, specifying the offence, the regiment, the place of station, the time, the sentence, and the number of lashes inflicted; (81.) XXXVI.

2. Navy: Copy of the order, dated 21 August 1846, given by the Admiralty to officers to

submit to the Commander-in-Chief at the ports, for his approval; crimes that require corporal punishment ; (09.)

XXXVI. 109 Return of the number of persons flogged in the British navy, 1845 and 1846, and abstract of the number of corporal punislıments, 1844-1846; (661.)

XXXVI. 121 3. Hulks (Woolwich and Portsmouth): Return of all corporal punishments inflicted on prisoners confined on board hulks

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

XLVIII. 465 Similar returns for the bulks at Portsmouth and Gosport (in 207) XLVIII. 461

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Cotton and Cotton Manufactures :

1. Cotton Manufactures :
Return showing the number of persons, those under 13 years of age, 13 an
under 18, and 18 and upwards, employed in cotton factories of the United

XLVI. 609
Kingdom ; (in 294.)
Account of the imports of cotton manufactures 1846, compared with 1845; (in 413.)
Return of the declared value of cotton manufactures and cotton yarn exported in

XXXIV. 401
the five months ending 5 June 1845 and 1847 ; (in 728.)
Declared value of exports of cotton manufactures in the years 1844, 1845, and

1846 ; (731.) Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption; rates and amount of

LXV. 14 duty, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.] Value iinported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1845; [in 843.]

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LXV. 99
Value re-exported to each country, 1845; [in 843.]
Quantities and declared value of British and Irish cotton manufactures exported

to each country, 1845; [in 843.]
Quantities and declared value of each kind of British cotton manufactures exported

LXV. 112 to each country, 1845; (in 843.]

2. Cotton Twist and Yarn ; Declared value of cotton yarn exported in the years 1844, 1845, and 1846 ; (in 731.) Quantities of foreign yarn imported, exported, and retained for consumption; rates

- LXV. 14 and amount of duty, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.] Quantities and declared value of British and Irish, exporied to each country, 1845;

LXV. 103 [in 843.] Quantities and declared value of British and Irish, exported to each country,

LXV. 105 1845; [in 843.)

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LIX. 373

3. Cotton Wool: Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount

of duty, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.] Quantities imported from each country and retained for consumption, 1845; [in 843.]

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

4. Cotton Trade (East Indies) : Return of the quantity of cotton wool exported from the British Possessions in

India in each year during which accounts have been kept; stating the ports from
which the shipments were made, the quantity shipped at each port, and the
countries to which the couton was exported and the shipments to each country;

(194.)
Similar return showing the quantity in Wales and pounds avoirdupois ; (353.)

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Copy of Report, dated 23 March 1847, of the committee appointed by the govern

ment of Bombay in Sept. 1846, to inquire into the siate of the cotton trade, and of despatches and correspondence of the Bombay government arising therefrom; (712.)

XLI. 89 5. Cotton Cultivation (India): Return of papers in the possession of the East India Company, showing the measures taken since 1836 to promote the cultivation of cotton in India ; (439.)

XLII. 1. Country Banks :

Return of country banks which have ceased to issue their own notes since the

passing of the Banking Act of 7 & 8 Vict. C. 32, showing the amount so withdrawn from circulation; of any increased issue of notes granted to the Bank of England to replace such country bank issue; of the country banks supplied with or which are now receiving Bank of England notes and coin; the total amount of credit and the rate of discount ; (503.)

XXXIV. 291

County Buildings :

Bill to amend the Acts relating 10 county buildings; (298.)

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County Courts (Manchester and Liverpool) :

Returns of the number of summonses issued since the establishment of the Liver

pool County Court; the days allowed for the return of such summonses; the cases alıeady decided by the court; the summonses granted for debts above five pounds; the sittings of the court, and the cases decided each day : similar returns for the District County Court at Manchester ; (608.)

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County Treasurers :

Abstract of the accounts of the several county treasurers in England and Wales
for the years ending Michaelmas 1845 and 1846; (753.)

XLIV. 567
Court of Session (Scotland). see Session, Court of.
Courts of Law and Justice :
Amount paid at the Exchequer on account thereof, 1845 ; [in 843.] LXV. 2

see also Chancery, Court of. Exchequer, Court of (Ireland). Fees in

Courts of Law and Equity. Session, Court of (Scotland).
Coventry:
Amount of postage thereat, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.]

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

LXV. 22 Cracow :

Papers relating to the suppression, by the governments of Austria, Prussia, and

Russia, of the free State of Cracow, and to the annexation of that State to the
Austrian empire ; [775.]

LXIX. 129 General treaty of congress signed at Vienna June 9, 1815; with the three annexes thereto, relating to the kingdom of Poland and the republic of Cracow ; [784.]

LXIX. 5 Criminal Law :

1. Juvenile Offenders and Transportation : First Report of the Select Committee of the House of Lords on the execution of

the criminal law, especially respecting juvenile offenders and transportation ; with Appendix; (447.)

VII. i Second Report, with Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, and general Index; (534.)

VII. 637 2. Criminal Law Revision and Consolidation : Second Report of the Commissioners for revising and consolidating the criminal law; [830.]

XV. 1
3. Criminal Law, Channel Islands :
First Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the state of the
criminal law in the Channel Islands, (Jersey); [865.]

XV.
see also Miscellaneous Services, VII.
Criminal Lunatics. see Miscellaneous Services, III.

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Criminal Offenders:

1. England and Wales : Statements of the number of capital convictions and executions, and commitments,

in each period of five years, ending with the years 1826, 1831, 1836, 1841, and 1846: the names and other particulars of 15 persons convicted of forgery in 1831 in the county of Middlesex, and the total number convicted in the said county, and explanations relative to the criminal tables for 1846; (689.)

XLVII. 289 Tables showing the number of criminal offenders in the year 1846 ; [807.]

XLVII. 1 Tables showing the total number of persons committed for trial or bailed in Eng

land and Wales, and the result of the proceedings, distinguishing in various classes the nature of the offences committed, in the year 1845; [in 868.]

LXV. 115 2. Scotland: Tables of criminal offenders for 1846, reported by Her Majesty's Advocate for

Scotland to Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department; [801.] Tables showing the age, sex, and degree of instruction, of the persons committed for trial or bailed in Scotland in 1845; [in 868.]

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Criminal Offenders-continued.

3. Ireland : Tables showing the number of criminal offenders committed for trial or bailed for appearance at ihe assizes and sessions in each county, 1846 ; [822.]

XLVII. 189 Tables showing the age, sex, and degree of instruction of the persons committed for trial or bailed in Ireland in 1846 ; [in 868.]

see also Committals. Custody of Offenders. Gaols. Prisons, Criminal Prosecutions. see Miscellaneous Services, III.

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Crown Charters :

Bill to amend the practice of Scotland with regard 10 Crown charters, and pre

cepis from Chancery ; (234.)

I. 213

Crown Lands:
Amount of revenue derived from, 1845; [in 868.]

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see also Ballykilcline Lands.
Croydon Commercial Gas und Coke Company. See Preliminary Inquiries, 1.
Cuba :

Account of the quantity of copper and copper ore imported from Cuba into the
United Kingdom, 1824 to 1846; (in 637.) -

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Account of the total declared value of all exports from Cuba, and of the official value

of all imporis therefrom, in each year, from 1824 to 1846; (in 656.) LX. 119 Account of exports to and imports from Cuba; also ships entered and cleared from the United Kingdom for the same, 1840-1846; (in 717.)

LX. 1 Commercial regulations, resources, and trade of; [in 798.]

LXIV. 417 Quantities of principal articles in ported from Cuba, and other foreign West Indies, 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 exported thereto, 1845; (in 843.]

LXV. 104
Cubic Nitre. see Saltpetre and Cubic Nitre.
Culm. see Coal, Cinders, and Culm.
Culza. see Rape Seed Oil.
Cured Prorisions. see Provisions.
Currants :

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

LXV. 16 Quanti:ies imported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1845; [in 843.)

LXV. 88
Currency. See Bank of England.
Custody of Offenders :
Bill, intituled an Act to an end the law as to the custody of offenders ; (177.)

I. 227
Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (211.)
Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (559.)

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