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VI.-TRADE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.
IRELAND, during each of the three Years ending the 5th January, 1847; calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation,
VALUE OF EXPORTS from the UNITED KINGDOM,
calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation.
YEARS ending 5th January.
VALUE OF IMPORTS
into the United Kingdom.
VALUE of the Produce and Manufactures of the United
Foreign and Colonial Merchandize.
£ 75,441,555 85,281,958 75,953,875
1845 1846 1847
14,397,246 16,280,870 16,296,162
£ 145,961,749 150,879,986 148,584,507
58,584,292 60,111,081 57,786,875
TRADE OF GREAT BRITAIN WITH FOREIGN PARTS.
ending the 5th January, 1847; calculated at the Official Rates of Valuation, and stated exclusively of the trade with
NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.
New VESSELS BUILT.—An Account of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, that were Built and Registered
in the several Ports of the British Empire, in the Years ending 5th January, 1845, 1846, and 1847 respectively.
Note.—The Account rendered for the Plantations for the Year ending 5th January, 1846, is now corrected ; and as several Returns for that part of the Empire are not yet received for the last Year, a similar correction will be necessary when the next Account is made up.
VESSELS REGISTERED.-An Account of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their Tonnage, and the Number of Men and
Boys usually employed in Navigating the same, that belonged to the several Ports of the BRITISH EMPIRE, on the 31st December, 1844, 1845, and 1846, respectively.
VESSELS EMPLOYED IN THE FOREIGN TRADE.
entered Inwards and cleared Outwards, during the same period,
exclusive of the Intercourse with IRELAND.
A TABLE OF ALL THE STATUTES
Passed in the SIXTH Session of the FOURTEENTH Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
9. & 10° VICT.
PUBLIC GENERAL ACTS. IX. An Act for amending the Act for
rendering effective the Services of the 1. N Act for the further Amend Chelsea Out-Pensioners, and extend
ment of the Acts for the Ex ing it to the Out-Pensioners of Groentension and Promotion of Public wich Hospital Works in Ireland.
X. An Act for regulating the Payment II. An Act to authorizé Grand Juries in of the Out-Pensioners of Greenwich
Ireland, at the Spring Assizes of the and Chelsea Hospitals. present Year, to appoint Extraordi- XI. An Act for punishing Mutiny and nary Presentment Sessions : to em Desertion, and for the better Payment power such Sessions to make Present of the Army and their Quarters. ment for County Works, and to pro- XII. An Act for the Regulation of fler vide Funds for the Execution of such Majesty's Royal Marine Foroes while Works ; and also to provide for the on shore. more prompt payment of Contractors XIII. An Act to indemnify such Persons for Works under Grand Jury Present in the United Kingdom as have omitted ments in Ireland.
to qualify themselves for Offices and III. An Act to encourage the Sea Employments, and to extend the Time
Fisheries of Ireland, by promoting limited for those purposes respectively and aiding with Grants of Public until the Twenty-fifth Day of March Money the Construction of Piers, Har One thousand eight hundred and forty
bours, and other Works. IV. An Act to amend the Acts for pro- XIV. An Act to continue until the First
moting the Drainage of Lands and Im Day of March One thousand eight hunprovement of Navigation and Water dred and forty-seven, and from thenee Power in connection with such Drain to the End of the then next Session of age, in Ireland; and to afford Facilities Parliament, the several Acts relating for increased Employment for the La to Insolvent Debtors in India. bouring Classes in Works of Drainage XV. An Act for raising the Sum of during the present Year.
Eighteen millions three hundred and V. An Act to amend an Act for regulat eighty thousand two hundred Pounds
ing the Construction and Use of Build by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of ings in the Metropolis and its Neigh the Year One thousand eight hundred bourhood.
and forty-six. VI. An Act to make Provision until the XVI. An Act to authorize the Inclosure
First Day of September One thousand of certain lands in pursuance of the eight hundred and forty-seven, for the Recommendation of the Inclosure Comtreatment of poor Persone afflicted missioners for England and Wales. with Fever in Ireland.
XVII. An Act for the Abolition of the VII. An Act to apply the Sum of Eight exclusive Privilege of Trading in
Millions out of the Consolidated Fund Burghs in Scotland. to the Service of the Year One thou XVIII. An Act to amend Two elerical sand eight hundred and forty-sixt.
Errors in an Act of the last Session, VIII. An Act to make further Provisions for regulating the Labour of Children,
as to unclaimed Stock and Dividends young Persons, and Women in Print of the South Sea Company.
XIX. An Act to amend an Act of the XXXIII. An Act to amend the Laws re.
Second and Third Years of His late lating to Corresponding Societies and Majesty, by providing additional the licensing of Lecture Rooms. Booths or Polling Places at Elections XXXIV. An Act to enable the Comin Ireland where the Number of Elec missioners of Her Majesty's Woods to tors whose names shall begin with the construct a new Street from Spital. same Letter of the Alphabet shall ex fields to Shorediteh. ceed a certain Number.
XXXV. An Act to continue until the XX. An Act to amend an Act of the Se Thirty-first Day of December One thou
cond Year of Her present Majesty, for sand eight hundred and forty-eight, providing for the Custody of certain and to the End of the then next Ses. Monies paid, in pursuance of the Stand sion of Parliament, an Act of the Tenth ing Orders of either House of Parlia Year of King George the Fourth, for ment, by Subscribers to Works or Un providing for the Government of her dertakings to be effected under the Majesty's Settlements in Western AuAuthority of Parliament.
stralia on the Western Coast of New XXI. An Act to enable the Right Ho Holland.
nourable Henry Viscount Hardinge to XXXVI. An Act to continue until the receive the full Benefit of an Annuity First day of January One thousand of Five thousand Pounds granted to eight hundred and fifty-one, and to the him by the East India Company.
End of the then next Session of ParXXII. An Act to amend the Laws re liament, and to amend, an Act for es
lating to the Importation of Corn. tablishing an Office for the Benefit of XXIII. An Act to alter certain Duties of Coalwhippers of the Port of London. Customs.
XXXVII. An Act to amend the Laws XXIV. An Act for removing some De relating to the Office of Coroner and
fects in the Administration of Crimi the Expenses of Inquests in Ireland. nal Justice.
XXXVIII. An Act to empower the ComXXV. An Act for preventing malicious missioners of Her Majesty's Woods
Injuries to Persons and Property by to form a Royal Park in Battersea
XXXIX. An Act to enable the ComXXVI. An Act for abolishing the Office missioners of Her Majesty's Woods to
of Superintendent of Convicts under construct an Embankment and RoadSentence of Transportation.
way on the North Shore of the River XXVII. An Act to amend the Laws re Thames from Battersea Bridge to lating to Friendly Societies.
Vauxhall Bridge, and to build a SusXXVIII. An Act to facilitate the Dissa pension Bridge over the said River at
lution of certain Railway Companies. or near Chelsea Hospital, with suitXXIX. An Act for granting to Her Ma able Approaches thereto, including a
jesty, until the Fifth Day of August Street from Lower Sloan Street to the One thousand eight hundred and forty Northern Extremity of the Bridge. six, certain Duties on Sugar imported XL. An Act to declare certain Ropeinto the United Kingdom..
works not within the Operation of the XXX. An Act to define the Notice of Factory Acts.
Elections of Members to serve in Par XLI. An Act for granting to Her Maliament for Cities, Towns, or Boroughs jesty, until the Fifth Day of September in Ireland.
One thousand eight hundred and forty-
Viscount Hardinge, and the Two next into the United Kingdom.
Day of October One thousand eight
Lord Gough and the Two next sar List and the Ballots and Enrolments viving Heirs Male of the Body of the for the Militia of the United Kingdoin. said Lord Gough to whom the Title of XLIV. An Act to remove Doubts as to Lord Gough shall descend, in con the Election of Members to serve in sideration of his important Services. Parliament for the County of Chester,