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II. (2.) Aliens; Assessed Taxes; Bankers in England and Scotland; Church
With TABLE and INDEX of ACTS Passed.
2.- REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES; -- Three Volumes.
III. —(1.) — Expired and Expiring Laws;-Privilege of Members ;-Committee
1.- BILLS, PUBLIC;-Two Volumes.
-(1.)- Alehouses; Bank of England; Criminal Justice; Church and College
-(2.)-Emigration from the United Kingdom;-Minutes of Evidence on the
-(3.)-Prisons in Scotland; Butter Trade, and Market Tolls in Ireland; Cir-
4.-REPORTS FROM COMMISSIONERS;-Eight Volumes.
X. (1.)-Revenue arising in Ireland, Scotland, &c. Thirteenth and Fourteenth
XI. (2.)-New Churches, 6th Annual Report; Ditto Scotland, 2d Report;
(5.) Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues, 5th Report; Land Estates,
Houses, New Streets, Fee-Farm Rents, Sales, Enfranchisement of
3.-REPORTS brought from THE LORDS;-Four Volumes.
(1.)-On the Dignity of a Peer of the Realm; First Report, dated
(2.) — Appendix, No 1, to the First Report; Part I.-Summonitiones
(3.)—The Same continued, Part II.-Summonitiones tempore regis Ed-
XV. —(6.)- Chancery Commission:-Report made to His Majesty by the Com-
XVII. (8.) — Courts of Justice, Ireland:-14th Report, Judge or Commissary of
5.-PAROCHIAL EDUCATION SCOTLAND.
Returns from the Sheriffs of the several Counties of Scotland, to the printed Queries sent them for circulation to the different Parishes in their respective Counties:-905 Parishes.
6.-FINANCE AND REVENUE.
THE FINANCE ACCOUNTS of the United Kingdom, in VIII. Classes; also, Accounts relating to Revenue, Debt, Exchequer Bills, Taxes, Bank of England; &c.
ESTIMATES AND ACCOUNTS;-Two Volumes.
XX. (1.) The Army, Navy, and Ordnance; Miscellaneous Services, I-V.; Commissaries, Civil Contingencies, Consuls; Greenwich Hospital; &c.
XXI. (2.) The British Museum, National Gallery, Buckingham Palace, and Windsor Castle; Westminster Abbey and Westminster Improvements; Lighthouses, Pilots, and Pilotage; Beer, Malt, and Hops; Corn, Grain, and Wheat, Foreign Corn, Mr. Jacob's Report, &c.
8.-ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS;-Two Volumes.
XXII. —(1.)—Country Banks and Country Bankers' Notes; Stamps on Bills of Exchange; Imports and Exports; Butter, Coals, Copper; Linen Flax and Linen Yarn; Silks, Spirits, and Seeds; Sugar, Tobacco and Snuff; Ships, Shipping and Tonnage; Superannuations, &c.
XXIII. — (2,) —Scotland and Ireland:-1. SCOTLAND: Banks and Small Notes; Clergy; Caledonian Canal; Jurors; Patents; Pensions, &c.2. IRELAND: Bank and Bank Notes, and Country Bankers; Butter; Copper Coinage; Corn and Meal; Grain, Malt and Flour; Prisons; Schools; Stamps; Spirits; Tithe Composition; Commitments for Contempt of Court; &c.
XXIV. - Police, Accounts and Papers: Reports, and Schedule (B.) under provisions of 4 Geo. IV. c. 64, commonly called The Gaol Act; Commitments; Convicts; Crown Debtors; Game Laws; Prisons, &c.
XXV. - The East India Company's Annual Revenues; Writers and Cadets; Regulations passed by the three Presidencies; the Island of Shapoore, Carnatic and Tanjore Debts; Mr. Burnett's case at the Cape of Good Hope, &c.
XXVI. - New South Wales Magistrates; West Indies, Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice; Liberated Africans; Colonial Population; Slave Population; Antigua; Demerara and Berbice; The Mauritius; Correspondence between the Admiralty and Naval Officers, relative to the Slave Trade, &c.
XXVII. Captured Negroes, 2d part of Major Moody's Report; Slave Trade at the Mauritius and Bourbon, and the Seychelles; Slave Population in the Seychelles Islands, when captured, and also in 1815, 1819,
XXVIII.- Slave Population, in the several Colonies of Barbados, Bahamas, Berbice, Demerara, Dominica, Grenada, Honduras, Jamaica, St. Vincent, St. Christopher, Nevis, Tortola, Trinidad, and Tobago; 1821-1825.
XXIX. - Slaves: Papers presented by Command of His Majesty, relating to the. Melioration of the Slave Population; Correspondence with Foreign Powers on the same Subject; and Treaty and Conventions of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation with Foreign States.
10.-A GENERAL INDEX TO THE WHOLE.