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an act amended with respect to the removal of it, p. 54). 1784 the several duties on it repealed, and others granted, p. 577. 1787 the quantity and sorts of it imported in this year, p. 667. 1768 Texel, the number of vessels which entered it this year, p. 121. 1771
the number of vessels which entered it in this year, p. 150. 1774 Thames, the river, a bill passed for improving the navigation of it, p. 176. 3.777 - a bill passed for improving the navigation of it from London-Bridge to
Staines, p. 207.
Thread Manufaclory, in Scotland. (See Paisley. 1766 Tillage, a bill passed for the improvement of it in the neighbourhood of London, p. 97. 1771 Timber, Oak, state of it in different counties of Great-Britain, p. 140. 1775 Tobacco, state of its trade previous to the war, p. 187. 1779 a bill passed to encourage the growth of it in Ireland, p. 261. 1781
additional duties granted on the importation of it, p. 3;8.
table of the quantity imported into and exported from Great Britain, for two diftin&t years, with the names of the places from whence and to which such impoits and exports were made, p. 447.
the quantity of it imported into and exported from England, fór ten years, p. 453.
ditto into and from Scotland, p. 455. 1783 - a bill passed to secure the duties on it, p: 537.
the growth of Scotland, relief granted to the owners of it, p. 539. 3285 the Merchants of London, Bristol, and Glasgow, trading in it, petition the House
of Commons, p. 596.
certain statements concerning it contained in the Merchant's petitions, ibid.
a bill brought into Parliament for the better fecuring the duties payable on it, P. 597
declaration of the Chancellor of the Exchequer concerning it, ibid. 2786
a bill to prevent the fraudulent removal of, p. 630. 1783 Tobacca-pipe Clay, permitted to be exported to the British plantations, Po 537. 1781 Tobago, the island of, taken by the French, p. 355. 1785 -- a bill paffed to regulate the importation of goods from thence, p. 605.
Tools, the exportation of fuch as are employed in our jron and steel manufactories fro
hibited, p. 606. 1787 Tools and Utensils, a bill to prevent the exportation of such as are used in the iron and feel
manufactories, p. 668.
Trade, sketch of the coal branch of it, (Appendix,) p. 701.
between the King of Swederi, and the United States of America, p. 486.
between Great-Britain and Prussia, p. 683.-(See Convention.) 1.766 Treaty of Commerce, between Grcat-Britain and Russia, p. 91.
between Holland and the United States of America, p. 305.
between the Courts of Petersburgh and Copenhagen, p. 420.
between the Republic of Holland, and the United States of America, p. 427. 1783 Treaty of Peace, the definitive, between his Britannic Majesty, and the Moft Christian King, pe 494.
between his Britannic Majesty, and the King of Spain, p. 500.
between his Britannic Majesty, and the United States of America, p. 504 1784
between his Britannic Majesty, and the States-General, p. 564. 1785
between the Emperor of Germany, and the States-General, &c. p. 599. 1778 Treaty of Alliance, between France and Ainerica, p. 219, &c.
between Great Britain and the States-General, p. 680, &c. 1785
between France and Holland, p. 599. 1786 Treaty of Alliance and Commerce, ratified between the Court of Prussia, and the United States
of America, p. 613.
reparation made by the French Court on account of violences committed, ibid.
U. 1981 Upholstery, the amount of import and export into and from Ireland, in this year, p. 439. 1767 Ure, the river, a bill passed to render it navigable, &c. p. 109. 1774 Utensils, the exportation of those employed in the cotton manufa&ure prohibited, p. 176. 1775 employed in the woollen, linen, &c. manufactures, prohibited from exportation,
p. 187.-(See Tools.)
the value of its imports and exports into and from Ireland, in this year, p. 443. 1783
import and export of it into and from Ireland, in this year, p. 528. 1781 Vaughan, Major-Gereral, his answer to the charges against him, on his conduct at St.
Eustatius, p. 381. 1779 Vellum, Parchment and Paper, additional duties on them, p. 262. 1785 Velvets and Velverets, duties are laid on them, p. 605.-(See Silks.) 1784 Vefels, of certain dimensions, the building of them prohibited, P. 553. 1787 - the number of them employed in the Greenland fishery, and to Davis's Straits, in
this year, p. 657. Vessels and Boats, a bill relative to such as are liable to seizure by an act of the 24th of
George III. p. 668.-(See Shipping, Whale Fishery, Newcastle, &c. 1763 Vinegar, additional duties on it, p. 4.
1780 Vinegar, additional duties laid on the importation of it, p. 323.
W. 1775 Ware, earthen, painted, a certain kind of it permitted to be exported, p. 188.-(See Pottery.) 1786 Was Corn, the duty on it, from Midsummer, 1749, to Midsummer, 1786, p. 627.
(See Distillery.) 1785 Water-Bailiff of London, serves notices on the coal-factors, &c. on account of certain
combinations among them, p. 6oo. 1787 Waterford, in Ireland, a packet established between that place and Milford Haven, p. 667. 1770 Watchett, in Somersetshire, a bill passed for the preservation of its harbour and quays,
p. 137 1763 Ways and Means, for the service of this year, p. 22. 2764
the fame, for this year, p. 55. 1765
the same, for this year, p. 76. 1766
the same, for this year, p. 100. 1767
the same, for this year, p. II. 1768
the same, for this year, p. 124. 1769
the same, for this year, p. 132. 1770
the same, for this year, p. 141. 1771
the fame, for this year, p. 152. 1772
-- the same, for this year, p. 161. 1773
the same, for this year, p. 169. 1774
the same, for this year, p. 177. 1775
the fame, for this year, p. 189. 1776
the same, for this year, p. 199. 1777
the same, for this year, p. 211. 1778
the same, for this year, p. 240.
the same, for this year, p. 263. 1780
the same, for this year, p. 325.
the same, for this year, p. 461. 1783
the same, for this year, p. 542. 1784
the same, for this year, p. 578. 1785
the same, for this year, p. 606.
the fame, for this year, p. 631. 1787
the same, for this year, p. 669. 1788 ----- the same, for this year, p. 686. 1784 Wax, duties granted on the importation of it, p. 577. 1784 Wax Candles, duties on them repealed, and other duties granted in lieu thereof, p. 577.
duties granted on licences to make or sell them, ibid. 1765 Weavers of Spital Fields, their discontents on the fashionable use of French filks, p. 69. 1774 Weights, a bill passed to regulate such as are to be used in weighing the coin, p. 176. 1768 Wells, in Norfolk, a bill passed for improving its harbour, p. 122. 1781 West Florida, the conquest of it compleated by the Spaniards, p. 357.
1765 West India Isands, a commercial regulation of the French King respecting them, p. 71. 1775
proclamation made there forbidding all intercourse with the Americans, p. 184. 1780
the quantity of flour and other similar articles exported there in this year from England, p. 321. 1783
not dependent on the United States of America, &c. p. 518, 519.
a bill paffed to settle the commercial intercourse between them and the United States of America, on a more permanent footing, with previous obfervations, p. 674,675.
(See Sugar, America, &c.) 1766 West Indies, British, a bill passed to open certain ports therein, &c. p. 86. 1773
a bill passed to encourage foreigners to lend money on eliates there, p. 167. 1781
in general, afflicted with a moft dreadful hurricane, p. 336.
petitions delivered to Parliament from the islands of Jamaica and Barbadoes, p. 337. 1784
the necessity of allowing a free intercourte between its sugar colonics and the United States of America, in American bottoms, for the actual support of the former, fully in
veftigated, p. 554, &c. 1787
an account of thips, &c. cleared outwards from the islands of, from the ports of England, with those entered inwards from the same colonies for one year, p. 659.
ditto from the ports of Scotland, &c. ibid.
an account of the ships, &c. entered inwards and cleared outwards in the islands of, to and from the several ports in the British colonies in North America, and the United States of America for one year, p. 660.
an account of goods exported from thence into Great Britain during one year, being the produce of the Sugar Colonies, p. 661.
ditto, being of doubtful produce, ibid. - an account of goods (being British produce and manufacture) exported thither from Great Britain for one year, p. 662.
- an account of goods, (being foreign produce and manufacture) exported thither from Great Britain for one year, p. 664.
goods imported from thence by the East India Company, p. 665. .1787 West India Trade, state of it, p. 659. 1775 West India Planters and Merchants, their petition to the House of Commons, p. 179.
petition the King relative to the conduct of the British commanders at St. Eustatius, p. 333. 1784
petition Parliament on the prohibition of any intercourse between the British Sugar Islands and America, in American vessels, p. 548, &c. 1781 West India and American Convoys, outward and homeward bound escape the combined fleets of
France and Spain, p. 371.
the number of Dutch vessels employed in it, p. 121.
further encouraged, p. 198. 1778
the number of thips employed in it from England, from 1775 to 1778, p. 281.
the same from Holland, from the year 1770 to 1778, p. 231. 1779 ---- the number of ships employed in it from England in this year, p. 259.
the same from Holland, ibid. VOL. IV.
1780 Whale Fishery, an account of the number of British and Dutch ships employed in it during this
year, P. 322.
the number of thips employed in it from England in this year, p. 396.
the number of Thips employed in it in this year from England, p. 441. 1783
the number of Englith and Dutch ships employed in it in this year, p. 521. 1784 ---- the number of fhips from Great Britain and Holland employed in it in this year,
p. 568. 1785
the amount of it this year in Great Britain, p. 598.
new regulations of it proposed by Lord Hawkesbury, and since carried into execu-
(Southern) a bill to encourage it, p. 630. 1787
the encreased number of British ships employed in it this year, although the
(Southern) an account of it during the years 1785, 1786, and 1787, p. 658.
the encreased number of thips employed in it this year, with their cargoes, p. 694. 1776 Wheat, and other articles, a certain quantity of them allowed to be exported to the Sugar Co
lonies, St. Helena, and the East India settlements, p. 198. 1777 certain quantities of it allowed to be exported to the West Indies, p. 207. 1783 permitted to be exported to the Sugar Colonies, p. 537. 1784 several laws revived and continued, relative to the exportation of it to the British Sugar
Colonics, &c. p. 577. 1785 - the exportation of it to the British Sugar Colonies regulated by act of Parliament, p. 605. 1787 - a bill to export it to the British Sugar Colonies, p. 668.- (See Corn,
(See Corn, Grain, &c.) 1766 Wheat and Wheat Flour allowed to be imported from North America, p. 98. 1767
the importation of it further allowed from any part of Europe, p. 1772
allowed to be imported, p. 158. Wheat, Indian Corn, Barley, &c. allowed to be imported, &c. p. 159. 2780 Wheat Flour, Oatmeal, &c. exported in this year from England to the British West Indies,
p. 321. 1763 Wines, French, additional duties laid on them, p. 4.
imported, an act relative to them amended, p. 98.
foreign, additional duties granted on the importation of them, p. 237. 1779 foreign, a drawback on exporting them to the British settlements, p. 262. 1780 and Vinegar, additional duties laid on the importation of them, p. 323. 1783 - a bill passed to prevent frauds in the landing and removing of them, p. 539. 1784 the provisions of an act of the 23d of Geo. III. relative to the removal of them in cafks,
bottles, &c. p. 577. 1785 from Florence, the duties on the importation of them regulated by act of Parliament,
- a bill for repealing certain duties on importing them, and granting new duties, &c. p. 630.