Hansard's Catalogue and Breviate of Parliamentary Papers, 1696-1834

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HANSARD'S
Catalogue and Breviate of
Parliamentary Papers
1696-1834

Reprinted in Facsimile
With an Introduction by
P. FORD
Professor of Economics
AND
G. FORD
University of Southampton

BASIL BLACKWELL
OXFORD
M CM LIII

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Introduction *
  • Contents ii
  • Preface. iii
  • Heads of Arrangement. v
  • Extract from Report of the Library Committee, 1832. vi
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Select List of House of Lords' Papers Not in This Breviate xi
  • Notes xv
  • I. Ecclesiastical Subjects.--Revenues.--Churches. 1
  • Ii. Education and Charities. 6
  • Iii. Judicial. 13
  • Iv. Parliamentary. 23
  • V. Historical. Foreign Treaties, and Internal Transactions. 38
  • Vi. Agriculture and Corn Trade:. Bread 43
  • Vii. Malting, Brewing and Distillation. 49
  • Viii. Trade and Manufactures; Fisheries. 54
  • Ix. Foreign Trade, Commerce, and Shipping. 67
  • X. Finance, Civil List, and Public Accounts. 72
  • Xi. Banking--Coinage--Currency--Exchange. 78
  • Xii. Revenue from Duties--Land Revenue. 81
  • Xiii. Annuities.--Usury.--Friendly Societies. 90
  • Xiv. East India Affairs. 92
  • Xv. Colonies and Slavery. 100
  • Xvi. Emigration. 108
  • Xvii. Literary and Scientific. 110
  • Xviii. Arts Connected with Trade. 119
  • Xix. Public Works; Buildings--Road's--Bridges--Harbours. 123
  • Xx. Town and Parochial Improvement; and Local Taxation. 146
  • Xxi. Poor, and Poor Laws. 153
  • Xxii. Crime, Police, Gaols, and Punishment. 165
  • Xxiii. Population. 174
  • Xxiv. Army and Navy. 179
  • Xxv. Public Offices. 183
  • Xxvi. Miscellaneous. 186
  • Additions. 189
  • Errata. 190
  • Index. *
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