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Customs-continued.

II. Accounts and Papers :

1. Differential Duties : Copies of all memorials and representations, from Canada and other colonies,

respecting the differential duties on goods imported into the colonies since 1845; [in 119.]

XXXVII. 11

2. China : Returns of the import and export duties on goods at the various ports of China, in 1845 and first half year of 1846; [in 812.]

XL. 227 Ordinances and notifications respecting the customs duties in China ; [in 813.)

XL. 65 3. Produce of Customs Duties : Account of the gross and net produce of the duties of customs, 1846, compared with 1845; (in 105.)

LIX. 1 Account of the gross and net amount of customs duties received at each port of the United Kingdom, 1845 and 1846, distinguishing each kingdom ; (388.)

XXXIV. 295 Abstract of statements, showing the net annual produce of the duties of customs

LIX. 99 on imporis, 1845 and 1846; (676.) Returns of duties imposed in the British colonies, 1835–1844; (in 696.)

XXXVII. 97 Amount of revenue derived from, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 2 Amount of customs duties collected at each port, 1844 and 1845; [in 843.)

LXV.
see also Ceylon, 2, 3. East India, II. 3. Goods Detained. Shipping, 13,
Spirits, III.

Sugar, III. 3.5. United States of America, 3.
Cullery. See Hardwares and Cutlery.

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

LXV. 22
Deals.

see Timber.
Deaths. see Births, Deaths, and Marriages (Scotland).
Deaths by Starvation. see Castlebar Union.
Deaths in Workhouses (Ireland):

Returns of the number of deaths in the workhouses in Ireland in certain weeks in
1844, 1845, and 1846; [in 766. and 790.] -

LV. 27. and 141 Similar return for certain weeks in 1847; [in 863.]

LV. 231 Debt (East India):

Returns of the amount of debt of the East India Company in India, and the bonded and floating debt of the company at home, for the years 1837 to 1845;

XLI. 51 (in 188.) Debt (Ireland). see Arrest for Debt.

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Debt, National :

1. Amount of the Debt : Amount of the funded debt, distinguishing the different descriptions of stock,

according to the rates of interest, with the charge thereon, on 5 January 1846 ; [in 843.]

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LVI. 205

Debt National continued.

2. Charge and Interest of the Debt: Annual account of the sums received and expended by the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, for the year ending 5 January 1847; (23.)

XXXIV. 211 Account of the charge of debt, and capital of debı, funded and unfunded, for the period 1836 to 1846 inclusive; (in 79.)

XXXIV. 181 Accounts showing the annual charge of interest on the funded debt of Ireland in

1817 ; the deficiency of income paid into the Exchequer to meet the annual charge of interest on the debt in 1817, and the capital and charge of the funded

debt of Ireland in each year from 1786-1817; (in 192.) Account of the charges of the public debt, funded and unfunded, froin 1822-1846; (in 260.)

XXXIV. 185 Return of the amount of dividends payable to the public since 1842; (in 415.)

XXXIV. 299 Amount of interest, &c., paid at the Exchequer on the permanent debt, 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 2 3. Additions to the Debt; Account of all additions which have been made to the annual charge of the

public debt by the interest of any loan that has been made, or annuities created, 1837-1846; and also showing how the charge incurred in respect of the same has been provided for; (223.)

XXXIV. 203 Account of the amount of money raised by additions to the funded and unfunded

debt in the year ending 5 April 1847, and of money applied to the redemption of the funded or paying off unfunded debt; (in 306.)

XXXIV. 177 4. Savings' Banks : Account of the gross amount of all sums received and paid by the Commissioners

for the Reduction of the National Debt on account of banks for savings and friendly societies in Great Britain and Ireland, from 6 August 1817 to 20 November 1846 ; also account of all expenses incurred by the said Cominissioners for salaries of cleiks or other incidental charges during the preceding year; of the amount of all Bank and other Annuities transferred, and of all sums paid to the Commissioners; the amount of annuities granted in 1846 ; and the amount received and paid on account of the fund for the military savings' banks, from 19 September 1845 to 5 January 1847; (286.)

XXXIV. 209 Debtors (Ireland):

Return of the numbers of prisoners confined for debt in the different gaols of

Ireland on 1 January in each of the years 1837 to 1847, for sums not exceeding 2 l., 6 l., 10 l., and 20 l., and sums exceeding 20 l. ; (354.)

- LVI. 175 Returns of the persons confined for debt in each gaol in Ireland in the years ending

1 May 1843 to 1847, under orders from the quarter sessions and from the Superior Courts of Law, in classes, showing the amounts of the debts for which detained, and the periods of confinement; similar returns of persons confined by orders of Courts of Conscience ; (565.)

LVI. 177 see also Arrest for Debt (Ireland). Dee Bridge. see Chester and Holyhead Railway. Deeds and other Instruments : Amount of stamp duty thereon, 1844 and 1845 ; [in 843.]

- LXV. 28 Deficiency Bills:

Account of the amount of deficiency bills issued to the Bank of England in each quarier of each of the years 1842-1847, and the interest thereon ; (in 412.)

XXXIV. 161
De la Beche, Sir Henry, see Collieries, II.
Denham, Captain. see Paddle-bor Boats.
Denison, Captain. see Clyde River and Port of Glasgow.
Denmark :

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
exported thereto, 1845; [in 843]

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Deposits. see Savings Banks.
Design, School of. see School of Design.
Destitute Persons (Ireland). See Distress (Ireland).
Diana," The. see Slave Trade, 4.
Dickinson, Captain. see " Thetis," H. M. Ship.
Differential Duties (Colonies) :

Copies of all memorials and representations from Canada and other colonies,

respecting the differential duties on goods imported into the colonies, and respecting the operation and effect of the British Navigation Laws on their commerce, since 1845; (119.)

XXXVII. 11 see also Customs, 11. 1.

Discounts:

Amount paid out of the gross revenue, 1845; [in 843.]

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Disinfecting Fluids :

Copy of reports of Dr. Soutliwood Smith, Mr. Grainger, and Mr. Toynbee, and

physicians, surgeons, and others at Dublin, and of any letters received by the Chief Commissioner of Woods and Forests from Manchester, Liverpool, and Ireland, on the efficacy of Monsieur Ledoyen's disinfecting fluid ; (599.)

LVII. 9

Copies of letters received from R. Carmichael, M. D., John Macdonnell, 1. D., and

Colonel Calvert, on the same subject; (599-11.)
Copy of reports on Sir William Burnett's disinfecting fluid ; (703.) - LVII. 61

LVII. 57

LIX. 337

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Dissenting Ministers. see Protestant Dissenting Ministers.
Distilleries and Breweries :

Copy of a report from the Board of Excise to the Lords of the Treasury on the
use of barley, malt, sugar, and molasses in breweries and distilleries; (26.)

see also Malt. Spirits. Distillers, Licensed :

Return of the number of licensed distillers in England and Wales; of informations

against distillers and rectifiers in England, Ireland, and Scotland respectively, in each year, from 1827; of the names and residences of distillers prosecuted and convicted in each kingdom ; of compromises, with the amount paid in each case, distinguishing distillers from mixed grains or from malt only; (384.)

LIX. 261 Distress (Ireland):

1. Bills :

1. Relief of Distress.
2. Employment of the Labouring Poor.

3. Compensation for Damages.
II. Reports of Commissioners.
III. Accounts and Papers :

1. Commissariat.
2. Board of Works.
3. Presentments.
4. Sums Advanced.
5. Estimates.
6. Subscriptions raised in the Colonies and United States.
7. Destitute Irish in Liverpool.

8. Temporary Relief.
I. Bills :

1. Relief of Distress :
Bill for the temporary relief of destitute persons in Ireland ; (19.) -
Bill to authorize a further advance of money for the relief of destitute persons in

Ireland ; (472.)
Bill to authorize a further advance of money for the relief of destitute persons in

Ireland ; (642.)

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III. 511

I. 173

Distress (Ireland)—continued.

I. Bills-continued.

2. Employment of the Labouring Poor: Bill to render valid certain proceedings for the relief of distress in Ireland by

employment of the labouring poor; (9.) Bill to facilitate the recuvery of public monies advanced for the relief of distress in Ireland by the employment of the labouring poor; (575.)

3. Compensation for Damages : Bill to amend an Act of the last Session for facilitating the employment of the

labouring poor in the distressed districts in Ireland, so far as relates to compen

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

I. 181
II, Reports of Commissioners :
First Report of the Relief Commissioners, and Treasury Minute, dated 10 March

1847 ; [799.]
Second Report of the Relief Commissioners ; [819.]
Third Report of the Relief Commissioners; [836.]
Fourth Report of the Relief Commissioners; [859.)
Reports of the Board of Public Works in Ireland relating to measures adopted for

the relief of distress, in March, April, and May 1847; (834.) - XVII. 589 Report of the Board of Public Works in Ireland relating to measures adopted for the relief of distress, in June 1847; [860.}

XVII. 603 III. Accounts and Papers:

1. Commissariat : Correspondence from July 1846 to January 1847 relating to the measures adopted

for the relief of distress (Commissariat Series) ; [761.] Index 10 correspondence; (56.) Correspondence from January to March 1847 relating to the measures adopted

for the relief of distress in Ireland (Commissariat Series), Second Part; [796.]

XVII. 19 XVII. 75 XVII. 103 XVII. 143

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LII. 333 LII. 579

Index to correspondence; (56-II.)

2. Board of Works:
Correspondence from July 1846 to January 1847 relative to the measures adopted
for the relief of distress in Ireland, with maps, plans, &c. (Board of Works

L. 1
Series); [764.] -
Index to correspondence ; (80.)

. L. 589 Correspondence from January to March 1847, relative to the measures adopted for the relief of the distress in Ireland (Board of Works), Second Part ; [797.]

LII. 1 Index to correspondence; (80-11.)

LII. 301 Correspondence from July 1846 to January 1847, relating to measures adopted for the relief of the distress in Ireland and Scotland (Fisheries Series); [765.]

LIIl. 379 3. Presentments : Copy of a letter from the Board of Public Works in Ireland, dated 11 February

1847, on the subject of presentments for the period which may intervene between the present time and the carrying out the new arrangements for relieving the destitute in certain districts in Ireland, with minute of the Board of Treasury thereon ; (113)

LIV. 55 4. Sums Advanced : Account of the sums advanced on loans since the commencement of the last

Session of Parliament, for the relief of distress and other purposes in Ireland ; the sums expected to be repaid ; and also of the sums granted by Parliament for the same purposes ; (444.)

LIV. 39 5. Estimates: Estimate of sum required to be granted for the relief of distress, for year ending 31 March 1848; (217-1.)

XXXV. 475 Estimate of sum required to be voted to defray the expenses incurred up to 31 March 1847 ; (217–11.)

XXXV. 477 Estimate of further sum required to be voted in the year ended 31 March 1848 ; (592.)

XXXV. 479

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Distress (Ireland)—continued.

III. Accounts und Papers-continued.

6. Subscriptions raised in the Colonies and United States : Copy of despatch from Lieutenant-governor Sir John Harvey to Earl Grey, dated

2 February 1847, enclosing a draft for 1,000 l., voted by the Legislature of Nova Scotia for the relief of the destituie poor in Ireland and the Highlands in Scotland ; (92.)

XXXVIII. 487 Copy of despatch from Lieutenant-governor Sir W. M. G. Colebrooke to Earl

Grey, dated New Brunswick, 26 February 1847, enclosing bills for 1,250 1. voted by the Legislature of New Brunswick for the relief of the destitute poor in Ireland and Scotland ; (225.)

XXXVIII. 269 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 the destitute poor in Ireland and the Highlands of Scotland ; (287.)

XXXVII. 1 Copy of despatch from Lieutenant-colonel Law to Earl Grey, dated Newfoundland,

i March 1847, transmitting a bill for 500 l., on account of subscriptions raised in that island for the relief of the destitute poor in Ireland; (303.)

XXXVIII. 485 Lelier from the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to Her Majesty's Minister

at Washington, dated 31 March 1847, acknowledging the donation in food and money by the citizens of the United States of America for the relief of the famine in Ireland ; [852.]

LXX. 99 Copies of despatches addressed to the Secretary of Siate from the governors of

Her Majesty's colonial possessions, relative to money voted and subscriptions raised for the relief of the destitute poor in Ireland and Scotland ; [853.]

7. Destitute Irish in Liverpool : Correspondence addressed to the Secretary of State for the Home Department, relative to the recent emigration of destitute Irish into Liverpool; (193.)

LIV. 5 8. Temporary Relief:

of letter from the Secretary of State for the Home Department to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, relating to measures for the temporary relief of destilute persons; (37.)

LIV. 1
see also Provision Depôts. Provisions, 2. Public Works (Ireland), III. 3. 5.
Distress (Scotland). see Highland Distress.
Disturbances (Ireland). See Outrages.
Dividends on the Public Funds:
Amount of the dividends payable since 1842; (in 415.)

. XXXIV. 299 Amount paid out of the Exchequer to the Bank of England on account of, 1845;

LXV. [in 843.]

2 Number of persons entitled to dividends at each of the usual quarterly periods, in 1844 and 1845; [in 843.]

LXV. 6 see also Bank of England, 1.

LIII. 457

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Dock Dues :

Amount thereof, received at Liverpool, 1844-45; [in 868.]
Docks and Piers :

Bill for consolidating in one Act certain provisions usually contained in Acts
authorizing the making and improving of harbours, docks, and piers; (163.)

I. 385
Bill (as amended by the Committee) ; (230.)
Dockyards :

Copy of circular 10 the admirals and captains superintending Her Majesty's dock-
yards, dated 27 February 1847 ; (122.)

XXXVI. 141 Return of the quantity and price of each description of British oak timber delivered

at Her Majesty's dockyards under the contract of 19 December 1843 to 1845; (158.)

XXXVI. 151

I. 421

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