Annals of British Legislation: Being a Classified and Analysed Summary of Public Bills, Statutes, Accounts and Papers, Reports of Committees and of Commissioners, and of Sessional Papers Generally, of the Houses of Lords and Commons; Together with Accounts of Commercial Legislation, Tariffs, and Facts, Relating to Foreign Countries, Volym 14

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Smith, Elder, 1865
 

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Return of Petitions for Divorce Bills
262
Statistical Abstract of the United Kingdom
271
Report on Sugar Refining in Bond
273
Designation of Parliamentary Securities
277
Consumption of Sugar 18011861
280
Report on Judicial Statistics Civil Branch England and Wales
285
Report of Commissioners on Customs
289
Papers on Danish Claims
291
Bills which did not pass into
292
163
293
Public Income and Expenditure
296
Report of Commissioners of Customs 1
297
Report of Tithe Commissioners
298
Report on Property assessed to Income Tax
299
Report of Committee on Baron de Bodes Petition
300
Sinking Fund and Budgets
305
Return of Gold Coinage Tendered and Rejected
308
Report on Convict Prisons Ireland
309
Board of Trade Accounts
312
Report on Prisons Ireland
318
Account of Sardinian Loan
319
Papers on the Organization of European Forces in India
320
Report on Patent Laws
321
Report on Military Prisons
325
Return of Local Taxation
328
Return of Gold Coinage tendered and rejected
335
Report on Mortality of Government Life Annuitants
336
1057
337
Account of Annuities for Lives and for Terms of Years granted
338
Finance Accounts
341
First Report of Decimal Coinage Commissioners
343
Return of Land available for Settlement and Cultivation in India
344
Returns relative to Public Expenditure
345
Bullion purchased and sold
349
Returns relative to the Public Expenditure
350
Report on the Duchy of Cornwall
351
Quantity of Sugar imported and consumed 18001859
353
Papers on the Ionian Islands
357
land Revenue and Expenditure Ireland
363
Report of Patent Law Commissioners
365
Explorations in British North America
368
Law of Evidence in British India and Colonies
382
Report of the Commissioners of the Exhibition of 1862
385
Report of Commissioners on Popular Education 181
394
Report of Civil Service Commissioners 397 Report of Civil Service Commissioners
406
Papers relating to Indigo Cultivation in Bengal
426
Census of Scotland
432
Correspondence on the Slave Trade 297
297
305
305
314
314
362
362
Accession of the Duke of Hesse to the Convention for the Establishment
387
Report of Committee on Diplomatic Service
389
Treaty with the Republic of Salvador 393
393
Treaty of Commerce with Belgium 399
399
Statement relative to the Advantages of Iron and Wooden 406
406
Papers on Brigandage in Italy 432
432
Correspondence on Honours bestowed on Native Princes of India
435
Report on Army Schools 446
461
Report on NonParochial Registers
468
Report of Civil Service Commissioners
481
365
485
Report of Tithe Commissioners
493
Correspondence respecting Poland
500
Series D
500
Report of the Liverpool Compass Committee
437
176
442
Return of Money received on account of Unclaimed Wreck 341
444
Correspondence relating to the Fiji Islands
445
Report on Railways in India
451
Series
456
Papers on the Disturbances in New Zealand
458
Bills
460
Memorandum on Indian Finance
460
Papers on the Affairs of British Columbia
460
Letter on Claims against the State of Oude
460
Statistical Tables of British Colonies and Possessions
460
Copy of Letter on certain Claims against the State of Oude 491
515
Series
349
Report on the Progress of the Ordnance Survey
361
Returns by Trustees of Charitable Trusts
373
341
380
Series
169
Number of Visitors to Kensington Museum
170
Report of Commissioners on Evidence in Chancery 105
172
Return of Paper Duty 96
174
Public Debt of India
175
Public General Statutes
181
349
Papers respecting the Emily St Pierre of Liverpool 184

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Sida 377 - Neutral goods, with the exception of contraband of war, are not liable to capture under enemy's flag; 4. Blockades, in order to be binding, must be effective ; that is to say, maintained by a force sufficient really to prevent access to the coast of the enemy.
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