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Poor (Ireland)-continued.

VOL. page.

III. Accounts and Papers-continued.

8. Numbers Relieved, &c.-continued.

and 1850 respectively; also the number in receipt of out-door relief at the close of each of these periods; (727.) L. 191 Returns, tables, and other statements showing the receipt and expenditure in each union in Ireland for the year ending 29 September 1849, and of the number of persons relieved; [in 1243.] XXVII. 451 Return of the number in receipt of in-door and out-door relief in Ireland; showing also the cost of out-door relief, the average weekly cost of in-maintenance, and the rate of workhouse mortality, on 3 August 1850, and on 4 August 1849; [1260.] L. 189

9. Population, Valuation, &c.:

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Return of the area, population and valuation of all electoral divisions in Ireland in
which the union workhouses may be situated, or which contain a town having a
population of 3,000 and upwards; showing the area, valuation and population of
the townlands which have been or are proposed to be added to or taken from them
by the Poor-law Boundary Commissioners; (385.) -
LI. 441

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10. Union Financial Statements: Correspondence between the Commissioners of Poor Laws in Ireland and the Newcastle Board of Guardians, with reference to certain contracts, and to the financial state of the union; statement of the financial condition of the county of Limerick; and return of all contracts containing penal clauses entered into by the guardians or vice-guardians of unions in Ireland; (187.) LI. Return, showing the financial state of each union in Ireland at the time of the appointment of paid guardians, and at their removal; and copies of reports and resolutions of Boards, transmitted to the Poor-law Commissioners, relating to the management of unions under paid guardians; (251.) - L. 109 Statistical statement of expenses, collection of poor rate, aud numbers relieved, for each poor-law union in Ireland, for quarter ended 29 September 1849, with comparative summary for the years ended 29 September 1849 and 1848 respectively, compiled from returns furnished by clerks of unions; [1154.] L. 201 Financial statement for the month of October 1849, compared with the month of October 1848; showing for each union the state of the collection of rates during the month; expenses incurred; liabilities at the close of the month, and number of persons relieved; [1164.] - L. 221

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Similar statement for the month of November 1849, compared with the month of
November 1848; [1165.]
L. 231
Similar statement for the month of December 1849, compared with the month of
December 1848; [1169.]
- L. 241
Similar statement for the quarter ended 30 March 1850, in comparison with the
quarter ended 31 March 1849; [1219.]
L. 251

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Comparative statement of the workhouse accommodation, the numbers relieved, and the deaths in certain workhouses in the province of Connaught, during the half-years ended 25 March 1847, 1848, 1849, and 1850 respectively; also the number in receipt of out-door relief at the close of each of those periods; [1259.] see also Distressed Unions. Poor Rates (Ireland).

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Fourth Annual Report of the Board of Supervision for the Relief of the Poor in
Scotland; with Appendices; [1151.]

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Abstract of return of the number of lunatics, idiots and fatuous persons in the
Orkney and Shetland Islands receiving parochial relief in 1849; (139)

XLIX. 113

VOL. ❘ page.

Poor (Scotland)—continued.

II. Accounts and Pupers-continued.

2. Medical Relief:

Return, showing the arrangements for medical relief to the poor in the counties of
Argyle, Inverness, Ross and Sutherland, and the amount of charge for medical
assistance, in the years ending June 1847 and 1848; (6.) -
. L. 261

3. Population, Poor Rates, &c.:

Return, showing the population; value of property rated; amount and rate of
assessment; amount expended on management, litigation and actual relief;
number of paupers relieved, including casual poor; per-centage of those relieved
to the population, and average relief to each pauper in each parish in Scotland,
for the years 1847 and 1848; (5.)
L. 265

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Poor Law Commissioners. see Miscellaneous Services, II.

Poor Law Unions and Electoral Divisions. see Poor (Ireland), II, 2. ii.

Poor Rates:

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I. Bills:

1. Small Tenements.

2. Stock in Trade Exemption.

II. Accounts and Papers.

I. Bills:

1. Small Tenements :

Bill for the better assessing and collecting the poor rates and highway rates in
respect of small tenements (15.)
VIII. 71

Same [as amended by the Committee, and on re-commitment]; (161.) VIII. 75
Same [as amended by the Committee, on re-commitment, and on consideration of
amendments]; (272.) -
VIII. 79

2. Stock in Trade Exemption:

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Bill to continue the exemption of inhabitants from liability to be rated as such in
respect of stock in trade or other property to the relief of the poor; (519)
VIII. 243

II. Accounts and Papers :
Return of the poor law unions of England and Wales, showing in respect of each
the number of parishes combined; the area, population and valuation; amount
expended in the relief of the poor, in the year ending Lady-day 1847; highest
and lowest rates assessed in each; and the rate which the amount expended
would have required, if levied by an equal assessment on all the rateable property
of the union; (413.)
L. 53
Account of the sums received and expended under the Rate in Aid Act, 12 & 13
Vict. c. 24, to 31 December 1849; (42.)
L. 193

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Return of the valuation of the several unions in Ireland to which advances have
been made under the Rate in Aid Act; the amount advanced to each; the
amount of rates collected; the average poundage; the highest and lowest rates
assessed on any electoral division during the year 1849; and the greatest number
relieved during the months of January 1849 and January 1850; (188.) L. 199
Return of the valuation of each electoral division in Ireland, with the population
in 1841, and the poundage of the rates levied, during the year ending 31 Decem-
ber 1849; distinguishing the unions in which out-door relief has been adminis-
tered to the able-bodied poor; (254.)
LI. 425
Return of the expenditure of poor rates in each union in Ireland, for the year ended
29 September 1849, and of the number of persons relieved in and out of the
workhouse in each union during the same period; (313.) ·
L. 165
Abstract of return of the liabilities of each union in Ireland on 31 December 1849,
distinguishing various particulars; (374.)
L. 169
Table exhibiting the names of the parishes, population in 1831 and 1841, the area,
area to the population of each parish, value on which assessments are made for
the property tax, county rate, and poor's rate, expenditure for the relief of the
poor for several periods, cottage accommodation, and rate of wages; [in 1152.]
XXVII. 229

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Statistical statement of expenses, collection of poor rate, and numbers relieved, for each poor law union in Ireland, for quarter ended 29 September 1849; with comparative summary for the years ended 29 September 1849 and 1848 respectively, compiled from returns furnished by clerks of unions; [1154.]

see also Parliamentary Voters (Ireland).

L. 201

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Population:

1. Great Britain.

2. Ireland.

1. Great Britain:

Bill for taking an account of the population of Great Britain; (426.)
Same [as amended by the Committee]; (471.) ·

2. Ireland:

Bill for taking an account of the population of Ireland; (439.) Port Essington. see Miscellaneous Services, V.

Port Glasgow:

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Amount of customs duty at Port Glasgow, 1847 and 1848; [in 1159.] LIV. 35 Portland Harbour and Breakwater :

Bill to amend an Act passed in the tenth year of Her present Majesty's reign, for empowering the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods to purchase land for a harbour of refuge and breakwater in the Isle of Portland; and to make further provisions for the division and application of the purchase-money; (475.) VII. 61

Same [as amended by the Select Committee]; (640.)

see also Breakwaters.

Portland Prison:

VII. 67

Report on the discipline and construction of Portland prison, and its connexion with the system of convict discipline now in operation, by Lieutenant-colonel Jebb, c. B., Surveyor-general of prisons, &c.; with Appendix and Plans; [1176.] XXIX. 151 Portsmouth:

Amount of customs duty at Portsmouth in 1847 and 1848; [in 1159.] LIV. 35 Portugal:

Quantities of principal articles imported from and exported to Portugal in 1848
also quantities and declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures
exported thereto in 1848; [in 1159.]
LIV. 100. 112, 118

Post Office:

1. Reports:

1. Committees :

i. Communication between London and Paris, &c.

ii. Kingstown and Holyhead Mails.

2. Commissioners:

Sunday Labour.

II. Accounts and Papers:

1. Colonial Postage.

2. Communication with France.

3. Convention with Belgium.

4. Estimates.

5. Indian Mails.

6. Kingstown and Holyhead Mails.

7. Railway Mails.

8. Revenue; Cost of Management; Number of Letters, &c.

9. Sunday Labour.

I. Reports:

1. Committees:

i. Communication between London and Paris, &c.:

Report from the Select Committee on postal communication between London and
Paris, &c.; together with the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of
Evidence, Appendix, and Index; (381.)

ii. Kingstown and Holyhead Mails:

XIV. 167

Report from the Select Committee on Kingstown and Holyhead mails; together with the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, and Index; (501.) XIV. 1

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Post Office-continued.

I. Reports continued.

Sunday Labour:

2. Commissioners:

Report of the Commissioners appointed to investigate the question of Sunday
labour in the Post-office; [1262.]
XX. 455

II. Accounts and Papers:

1. Colonial Postage:

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Returns of the rates of postage charged upon letters in the East Indies and in the several British colonies and possessions, and the revenue and expenditure of the several post-offices; (180.) XXXVI. 445 Returns of the rates of postage upon letters conveyed by packet or private ship between the United Kingdom and the colonies and India; also between the colonies themselves and between India and the colonies; likewise upon the conveyance of letters within the colonies, and the gross amount of postage collected, with expenditure and revenue of the post-office in each of the colonies and in India, for the three years ended 5 January 1848; (498.) XXXVI. 465

2. Communication with France :

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Statements, tables, and accounts relating to the postal service between Great
Britain and France; (in 381.)
XIV. 334

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3. Convention with Belgium:

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Additional convention between Her Majesty and the king of the Belgians, for reducing the rates of postage between the British dominions and Belgium, signed 27 November 1849; [1131]

4. Estimates:

LIII. 37

Estimate for the Post Office Department (Packet Service) for the Year 1850-51, (separated from the Navy Estimates, but prepared by the Naval Department); (62.) XXXIV. 209

5. Indian Mails:

Correspondence between Her Majesty's Government and the East India Company,
and also the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, regarding the
establishment of, or mode of conducting, steam communication between Suez and
Bombay, Suez and Calcutta, Ceylon and Hong Kong, and with the Australian
Colonies; (693.)
LIII. 47

Additional papers connected with the correspondence respecting the establishment
of steam communication between Suez and Bombay, &c.; (693. I.) LIII. 171

6. Kingstown and Holyhead Mails:

Correspondence relative to the contract for conveyance of the mails between Kingstown and Holyhead, and of any contract or agreement between the Chester and Holyhead Railway Company and the Commissioners of Woods and Forests; (333.)

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Return of the amount paid during the years 1848 and 1849 by the Post-office to
the railway companies, for the conveyance of the mails; (647-)
LIII. 23

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8. Revenue; Cost of Management; Number of Letters, &c.: Account, showing the gross and net Post-office revenue; the cost of management; payments for the conveyance of mails by railway; all other payments made; the number and amount of money orders issued and paid, and the expenses of the money order office, and the amount received for commission, during the year ending January 1850; (645.)

LIII. 25

Return of the number of chargeable letters delivered in the United Kingdom, from
1839 to 1849, and the number of franks in 1839; the gross and net Post-office
revenue and cost of management, from 1837 to 1849; of payments by the Post-
office, from 1838 to 1850; and the number and amount of money orders issued
and paid in the United Kingdom, in each year, 1839 to 1849; (646.)
LIII. 31

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Post Office-continued.

II. Accounts and Papers-continued.

8. Revenue; Cost of Management; Number of Letters, &c.—continued. Amount of revenue derived from the Post-office in 1848, and amount of Post-office revenue in each division of the United Kingdom and the London district office in 1847 and 1848; [in 1159.] LIV. 10. 57

9. Sunday Labour:

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Copies of reports or minutes addressed to the Postmaster-general by his secretaries
or other officers, showing the results of the measures adopted for the reduction
of Sunday labour in the Post-office, and the anticipated effects of the total
abolition of such labour; (185.) -

see also Chester and Holyhead Railway Company, II.
Steam Packet Company. Parliamentary Papers.

Practitioners in Medicine, Surgery, and Midwifery:

Bill for the incorporation of general practitioners in medicine,

wifery; (633.)

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see also Medical Reform.

Preliminary Inquiries (Local Acts):

I. Reports :

1. Committees.

2. Admiralty.

II. Accounts and Papers.

I. Reports:

1. Committees:

Royal College of Surgeons.

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First Report from the Select Committee on Local Acts (Preliminary Inquiries), with the Proceedings of the Committee; (582.)

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Second Report from the Select Committee, together with the Proceedings of the
Committee; (591.)

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XIII. 657

2. Admiralty:

Copies of reports of the Admiralty made under the Preliminary Inquiries Act
11 & 12 Vict. c. 129; (75.)
XXX. 115

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[For a List of these Reports, see Local Acts Preliminary Inquiries, I. 2.]

II. Accounts and Papers:

Return of the number of preliminary inquiries held in cases of application for Local Acts, under 9 & 10 Vict. c. 106, and 11 & 12 Vict. c. 1 29, stating respectively the titles of the Bills, names of the surveying officers employed, and the number of days occupied in the prosecution of each local inquiry; (409.) XLVI. 47

Prerogative, Court of, (Ireland):

I. Bill.

II. Report.

III. Accounts and Papers.

1. Bill:

Bill to extend the jurisdiction and improve the practice of Her Majesty's Court of Prerogative in Ireland; (276.)

Same [as amended by the Select Committee]; (490.)

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Report from the Select Committee on the Court of Prerogative (Ireland) Bill;
together with the Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, and Index; (493.)
XVI. 403

III. Accounts and Papers:

Abstract of return of the number of contested suits depending in the Court of
Prerogative in Ireland, and the Consistorial Court of Dublin, on 20 April 1850,
and of the number of bills of costs taxed in the said court in each of the three
years ending 20 April 1850; (in 642.) -
LI. 395

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