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Agricultural distress petitions.
Agriculture. Return to an Address to his Majesty
dated Feb. 22, 1836.
July 4, 1817.
July 13, 1820.
Aug. 15, 1833.
June 1, 1829.
June 13, 1816.
Mar. 4, 1836.
of the United Kingdom.
July 22, 1828.
Ardglass harbour, petitions relating to.
Mar. 29, 1809.
Australia, (South,) colonization. Commissioners' first
April 15, 1824.
June 19, 1832.
Mar. 5, 1821.
July 28, 1836.
Bank. Lords' committee of secrecy.
of England, outstanding demands of.
Report communicated by the Lords.
Bankers', country, petition.
April 8, 1824.
April 27, 1804.
May 22, 1818.
Feb. 6, 1810.
Feb. 13, 1826.
April 5, 1819.
April 5 and May 6, 1819.
Birmingham and London junction canal petition.
Birmingham and Liverpool canal bill.
Bode's, baron de, claim.
May 12, 1819.
Booksellers' and Printers' petition.
Mar. 22, 1802.
Boyd's, general, petition.
May 19, 1819.
Burdett, Francis. Proceedings had and to be had,
with reference to the several papers signed.
Butter trade of Ireland.
Oct. 14, 1831.
May and June, 1810.
Calico Printers. Petition of journeymen of Lancaster,
Minutes of evidence.
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated June 30, 1836.
Aug. 16, 1836.
Upper. Return to an address to his Majesty. Canal, City of London and Grand Junction, petitions.
July 18, 1833.
Mar. 11, 1836.
Feb. 4, 1831.
April 15, 1833.
July 15, 1833.
Cartwright, Dr. Petition respecting his weaving-machine. April 13, 1808.
Charities' inquiry. .
Charities in England and Wales.
public. Analytical digest of the commissioners' Reports, in continuation of digest printed in 1832. . Chatham election.
Church. First Report of his Majesty's commissioners appointed to consider the state of the Established Church, with reference to ecclesiastical duties and re
Second Report of his Majesty's commissioners to consider its state with reference to ecclesiastical duties and revenues; with a synopsis of both Reports. Commission. Third Report.
Fourth Report from his Majesty's commissioners, with reference to ecclesiastical duties and re
Commissioners. Thirteenth annual Report.
July 23, 1834.
Churches. Sixteenth Report of commissioners upon
Aug. 16, 1836.
Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
May 20, 1835.
in populous parishes. Fifteenth annual Report.
Sept. 9, 1835.
Cinque port pilots.
Aug. 8, 1833.
May 26, 1826.
Circulating paper, specie, and current coin of Ireland.
; and also on the exchange between that part of the United Kingdom and Great Britain. Printed May and June, 1804.
Civil list. 1803.
1804. deductions. 1808.
Reprinted Feb. 9, 1810.
6, 1830. Mar. 21, 1831.
Aug. 2, 1836.
Coin. Minutes of evidence taken at the Board of Trade. Feb. 12, 1830.
Colonial military expenditure.
Commercial credit, present state of.
Commercial relations between France and Great Bri-
Commercial state of the West India colonies.
Communication between England and Ireland by the
Constabulary of Leinster.
Contagion in the plague.
Contagious fever in London.
Mar. 20, 1835.
Feb. 25, 1836.
June 17, 1813.
Convicts. Two Reports of Henry Capper, Esq., rela
ting to the convict establishments at Portsmouth, Gosport, Chatham, Woolwich, and at Bermuda.
Two Reports of John Henry Capper, Esq.
Copyright of printed books.
Minutes of evidence relative to.
July 20, 1813.
Corn averages. Scotland.
May 8, 1818.
June 5, 1818.
May 1, 1834.
Corn, sale of.
Corn trade. Isle of Man, and Guernsey and Jersey.
between Great Britain and Ireland. (First Report.).
Corn, on the petition against the act to regulate the importation and exportation of.
County courts. Bill for preventing delays and expenses. May 4, 1825.
County rates, expenditure of.
May 16, 1827.
June 21, 1825.
July 5, 1834.
County rates, charges on the, in England and Wales.
Brought from the Lords.
Court of Chancery. Causes that retard the decision
Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas.
Courts of Common Law. Sixth Report.
Courts of Justice. Ireland. Eleventh Report of the
Reports and minutes of evidence.
Cremill Point, victualling establishment at.
Criminal commitments, convictions, &c.
Criminal law. First Report.
Criminal offenders, tables of, in 1835.
Crinal canal company's petition
Croker, John, Esq., surveyor-general of the port of
to the Chancellor of the Exchequer of Ireland, and
April 3, 1835.
Darling, general, conduct of, while governor of New
Sept. 1, 1835.