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VOL. I page. Balcarry Bay:

Copy of any report made by Captain Moorsom to the Board of Admiralty relative

to the bay of Balcarry in the Solway Frith ; (278.) - - - XLV. 513 Balearic Islands. see Spain. Ballymena Railway. see Railways (Irelund), II.

Baltimore:

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.] Baltic Trade. see Shipping, 2.

- XLVII. 23

Banff:

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844 ; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 23
Bangor and St. Asaph, see Asaph, St., and Bangor,
Bank of England :

1. Exchequer Bills.
2. Gold and Silver Bullion.
3. Liabilities and Assets.
4. Promissory Notes.
5. Weekly Returns.

. 1. Etchequer Bills :
Amount of Exchequer Bills, or Treasury Bills, and other Government securities

which have been purchased by the Bank of England, or sums of money advanced to the public, 1845, showing the aniount of each security, amount of balances of sums issued for the payment of dividends, and payment of Jottery prizes which have not been claiined, and which remained in the hands of the governor of the Bank ; (22.) - - - - - - - - - XXV. 197

2. Gold and Silver Bullion: Average amount of bullion in 1844 ; [in 757.] - - - - XLVII. 8 Quantity of gold and silver bullion received at, and delivered from, during each quarter of the three years ending with 1844; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 9

3. Liabilities and Assets : Monthly account of liabilities and assets 1844 ; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 8 Statement of the liabilities and assets of, exhibiting the average amount under each

head, calculated from the transactions of the three preceding months during the year 1844; [in 757.]

- - - XLVII. 8 4. Promissory Notes: Aggregate average amount of promissory notes, payable to the bearer on demanel,

in circulation in the United Kingdom during the four weeks preceding the 3d February, 2d March, 30th March, 27th April, 25th May, 22d June, 20th July, 17th August, 14th September, 12th October, gth November, 71h December, 1844, and 4th January 1845; [in 757.]

- XLVII. 8 5. Weekly Returns : Returns of the notes, securities, bullion, &c., of the Bank of England, as published weekly in the Gazette from the passing of 7 & 8 Vict. c. 32, to the present time; (336.) - - -

- - XXV. 199 see also Bullion. Savings Banks.

Bank of Ireland :

Average aggregate amount of promissory notes, payable to the bearer on demand, in circulation in 1844 ; [in 757.) :

. . - XLVII. $ Bank Notes:

Notes in circulation of the Bank of England, and other banks of issue in the United
Kingdom, since April 1845; (27.) - -

- - XXV. 203 Account of Bank of England notes and Bank post bills in circulation at the close

of each quarter, 1842-1844; [in 757.] • - - - - XLVII. 8 Amount of composition for stamp duties in 1843 and 1844; [in 757.]...

on XLVII. 28 see also Bank of England, 4.

vol. I page, Bankers' Notes :

Rates and amount of stamp duty, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.] - . XLVII. 28 Bankruptcy:

I. Bills :
Bill to amend the laws relating to bankruptcy and insolvency; (199.) - 1. 109
Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (437.) - - - - - 1. 125

II. Accounts and Papers :
Amount transferred and paid out as dividends; amount paid by orders of the court

and of the judges, 1845; also showing the unappropriated balance existing on
various accounts; viz., the bankruptcy fund account; the interest arising from
bankruptcy fund acccount; the unclaimed dividend account; the secretary
of bankrupts account; the secretary of bankrupts compensation account; (65.)

XXXIII. 157 A proposal for the amendment of the law of bankruptcy and insolvency; (230.)

XXXIII. 163 Orders made by the Lord Chancellor for the allowance of travelling or other ex

penses and charges to Commissioners and Registrars of the Court of Bank ruptcy, from 1st September 1842 to 6th July 1846, specifying the cause and occasion for such allowance; persons employed in the office of the Lord Chancellor's secretary of bankrupts, with dates of appointments, and amount of salaries, during the like period ; amount of fees received in the office of the Lord Chancellor's secretary of bankrupts, under the first schedule annexed to the statute 1 & 2 Will. 4, during the like period, with the application thereof; (720.) - - - •

- - XXXIII. 155 Banks :

Bill to regulate joint stock banks in Scotland and Ireland ; (76.) - II. 353
Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (231.) - - - - - II. 357

see also Private Banks. Savings Banks.
Barbadoes. see West Indies.
Barilla and Alkali:

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount of duty, 1843 and 1844 ; [in 757.] -

- - XLVII. 14 Quantities imported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1844; [in 757.] - - - -

- - XLVII. 84 Bark for Tanning or Dyeing :

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption; rates and amount of duty, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.)

- - XLVII. 14 Quantities imported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1844; - [in 757.]

- - - - - XLVII. 84 Bark, Peruvian :

Quantities imported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1844; [in 757.]

- XLVII. 84 Quantities re-exported to each country, 1844 ; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 96 Barnstaple:

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 22
Barrack Canteens. see Canteens.
Barristers. see Common Pleas, Court of.
Barristers, Revising :

Return of appeals from the courts of revising barristers to the Court of Common
Pleas, made up to March 1846; (483.)

- - XXXIII. 375

Barrow Union :

Copies of all depositions taken by Mr. Weale in an inquiry into the treatment of

aged paupers in the Barrow Work house, and of Mr. Weale's report, and of correspondence of the Poor-law Commissioners on the subject; (430.)

XXXVI. 219 Bastards. see Illegitimate Children (Ireland.)

vol. page, Baths and Washhouses :

Bill for promoting the voluntary establishment in boroughs and parishes in Eng.. land of public baths and washhouses ; (420.)

- I. 141 Bill [as amended by the Committee]; (479.)

• . 1. 157

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Baths and Washhouses (Ireland):

Bill for promoting the voluntary establishment in boroughs and certain cities and

towns in Ireland of public baths and washhouses ; (523.) - - - I. 171

Battersea Park:

Bill to empower the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods to form a Royal park in Battersea Fields, in the county of Surrey; (254.) - - I. 183

see also Chelsea Bridge and Embankment.

Bear Furs : - .

Quantities imported, exported,'and retained for consumption; rates and amount of duty, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.)

- - XLVII. 18 Quantities imported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1844; [in 757.]

• XLVII. 91 Quantities re-exported to each country, 1844 ; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 99

Beaumaris :

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844 ; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 22 Beaver Furs :

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption; rates and amount of duty, 1843 and 1844 ; [in 757.)

- - XLVII. 18 Quantities imported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1844; [in 757.]

- XLVII. 91

Beef and Pork :

Quantities and declared value of British and Irish, exported to each country, 1844; [in 757.]

• - XLVII. 102 Beef, Salted :

Quantities of foreign, imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates

and amount of duty, 1843 and 1844 ; [in 757.] - - - XLVII. 16 Beer:

Number of persons in each of the separate collections in the United Kingdom

licensed as 'brewers' victuallers’ to sell beer to be drunk on the premises; stating the number of each class who brew their own beer, and the quantity of malt consumed by them, particularizing each class in each collection, 1844-45;(in 136.)

he separat beer to be and the 91,1844-453IV. 353

Number of imperial gallons of beer, distinguishing each kind, with rate of duty per barrel, and number of bushels of malt used ; (in App. to 411-II.)

VI. Part. II. 55 Beer and Ale :

Quantities and declared value of British and Irish, exported to each country, 1844; [in 757.]

. . XLVII. 102

Belfast:

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844; (in 767.]. - XLVII. 23
Amount of postage thereat, 1842 to 1844; [in 757.] - - - XLVII. 42
Number and tonnage of vessels, British and foreign, entered thereat, 1844 ; [in 757.]

XLVII. 46 see also Railways (Ireland), II.

Belfast Academical Institution. See Miscellaneous Services, IV,

Belgian Railways :
Abstract of the regulations of Belgian railways; (in App. to 687.) · XIV. 612

vol. 1 page.

Belgium

: nal articles to the Belgium, for carry.

.

Additional articles to those agreed upon between the post-office of Great Britain

and the post-office of Belgium, for carrying into execution the convention of

19 October 1844; [680.] - . . . - - - - LII. 29 Quantities of principal articles imported therefrom, 1844; [in 757.] XLVII. 84 Quantities of principal articles exported thereto, 1844 ; [in 757.] XLVII. 90 Quantities and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures exported thereto, 1844 ; [in 757.] • • •

- - XLVII. 102 Bequests, see Charitable Donations. Charitable Uses. Berbice. see West Indies. Bermudas. see Miscellaneous Services, V. West Indies.

Berwick :

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 22 Bethlem Hospital : Number of patients admitted and discharged, 1835 to 1844; [in 757.]

. 185 Bideford :

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 22 Bills of Exchange:

Rates and amount of stamp duty, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 28 Birmingham :

Amount of postage thereat, 1842 to 1844; [in 757.] - - - XLVII. 42 Birmingham General Hospital : Number of patients admitted, and. died, from 1835 to 1838; [in 757.]

XLVII. 182 Births, Deaths, and Marriages :

Seventh Annual Report of the Registrar-general of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in England; [727.]

- XIX. 245 see also Population. Bishops : Bill to provide for the better regulation of episcopal revenues and dioceses; (537.)

II. 121 see also Archbishops and Bishops. Blackney and Clay :

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 22 Board of Trade. see Miscellaneous Services, I. Railways, III. 4.

Bobbin Net and Warp Lace :

Bill to regulate the hours of night labour in all factories where bobbin net and

warp lace machinery is employed; (121.) - - - - - II. 177 Bolton Union:

Report of Mr. Mott on the Bolton Union; (in App. to 663—II.)
see also Macclesfield and Bolton Unions.

V. Part II. 1770

Bonded Corn. see Corn, III., 1.
Bone Pounding:

Copy of any letter and general rate issued by the Poor-law Commissioners, relative

to the employment of paupers in pounding, grinding, and otherwise breaking bones, &c.; (75.) -

- - - XXXVI. 27 Copy of the minute recording the dissent of one of the Poor-law Commissioners

to the issue of the Order of November 1845, prohibiting the employment of paupers in workhouses in pounding bones; Report of the secretary of the Poor-law Commissioners on Bone Crushing ; (432.)

- - XXXVI. 77 see also Poor and Poor-laws, IV. 7.

.

vol. 1 page. Books, Printed :

Declared value of exports to each country, 1844; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 102

see also British Museum, 2. Books and Engravings:

Bill to amend an Act, 7 & 8 Vict, for reducing, under certain circumstances, the

duties payable upon books and engravings ; (491.) - - - - I. ' 235 Boots and Shoes :

Number and quantity of boots and shoes, distinguishing men's and women's; (in 289.) - - - -

- - XLIV. 27 Borax and Boracic Acid :

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount of duty, 1843 and 1844 ; [in 757.] -

- XLVII. 14 Borough Rates. see Parochial and Borough Rates. Borrowstoness :

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 23
Boston:

Amount of customs duty thereat, 1843 and 1844 ; [in 757.] • XLVII. 22
Boston Mails. see Halifar and Boston Mails.
Botanic Garden, Dublin :
• Copies of correspondence on the subject of the grant proposed in aid of the

expense of completing the conservatories and other buildings in the Botanic
Garden in Dublin; (476.) - - -

- XLII. 63 Boundary of Territory. see Oregon Territory. Boxwood:

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount of duty, 1843 and 1844; [in 757.]

- - XLVII. 16 Brandy:

Quantities imported, exported, and retained for consumption ; rates and amount of duty, 1843 and 1844 ; [in 757.] - -

- - XLVII. 20 Quantities imported from each country, and retained for consumption, 1844; [in 757.]

- - - - - - XLVII. 92 Quantities re-exported to each country, 1844; [in 757.] - - XLVII. 100 Brass and Copper Manufactures : ; Quantities and declared value, British and Irish, exported to each country, 1844; [in 757.] - -

- - XLVII. 102 Brazils :

Amount of exports to, and imports from Brazils, for 1845; also the number of

ships that have entered and cleared for Brazils, 1845; (in 660.) - XLIV. 329 Quantities of principal articles imported therefrom, 1844 ; [in 757.] XLVII. 84 Quantities of principal articles exported thereto, 1844 ; [in 757.] - XLVII. 96 Quantities and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures exported thereto, 1844; [in 757.] -

- XLVII. 102 Bread:

The price on ist November 1845, in London, of the best wheaten bread, per

imperial pound, English ; also return of the price of the best flour of 1845; also return from consuls of the price of the best wheaten bread, per imperial pound, of the best red or white wheat, of 1845; also an account of the sort of red or white wheat used in manufacturing such bread; also an account of the pro

portion of the red or white wheat so used; (7.) - - - - XLIV. '31 Bricks :

Number charged with excise duty; amount thereof in England, 1842 and 1844;

sin 757.1 - - - - - - - - - - XLVII. 24 The same in Scotland in the same years; [in 757.1 - - - XLVII. 25 The same in the United Kingdom in the same years; [in 757.) - XLXII. 27

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