Britain, Parliamentary Papers on the Post Office, Sessions 1810 - 1819
See also, John Palmer's postal reforms, Bank Post Bills, Forgery of bank notes.



Introductory Notes

Indexes to Parliamentary Reports and Papers relating to the Post Office and Postage: 1735-1839.
1840 (10) XLII.1.



Session 1810, 23 January - 21 June, 15 volumes

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4th Parliament of the UK, 4th Session, 50 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1810.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, accounts and papers: sess. 1810.
1810 (000) XV.403, 9 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Debates, Hansard
1810 (349)

1810 (28)

Bill to amend Act for repealing certain Stamp Duties, relating to Distance for drawing Drafts on Bankers.
A bill to amend an act of the 48th year of His Present Majesty, for repealing certain stamp duties, and granting others in lieu thereof; as far as relates to the distance to which persons are limited in drawing drafts on bankers.
1810 (13) I.7, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

1810 (225) I.297, Packets in Howth Harbour, Ireland

Coms. of Inquiry into Fees and Emoluments received in Public Offices in Ireland, Ninth Report (General Post Office), Appendix.
(Ireland.) The ninth report of the commissioners appointed to enquire into the fees, gratuities, perquisites, and emoluments, which are or have been lately received in certain public offices in Ireland; and also, to examine into any abuses which may exist in the same; and into the present mode of receiving, collecting, issuing, and accounting, for public money in Ireland. General Post-Office.
1810 (5) X.1, 94 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
Dated 2 and 6 Feb. 1810.

Coms. of Inquiry into Fees and Emoluments received in Public Offices in Ireland, Supplement to Ninth Report.
(Ireland.) Supplement to the ninth report of the Commissioners on Fees, Gratuities, &c.
1810 (366) X.95, 46 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
Dated 20 June 1810.
Treasury Minute directing that Balances of Public Money in Post Office Dept. be regularly paid into Bank of Ireland, June 1806.
(Ireland.) Return to an order for copy of the minute of the Board of Treasury, or order of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, dated the 17th June 1806, directing the balances of public money received in the Post-Office Department, to be regularly paid into the Bank of Ireland.
1810 (230) XII.359, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Charges of Management of Stamps in England, 1807-09.
Stamps--England. An account of the charges of management of stamps in England; distinguishing, each article, matter, or thing, for which the same have been incurred; and the amount charged for each: from 5th January 1807 to 5th January 1810; distinguishing each year.
1810 (156) XIII.23, 14 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Incidental Expenses of Stamps in England, 1809.
Stamps.--England. An account of the incidental expenses of stamps in England; distinguishing, each article, matter, or thing, for which the same have been incurred; and the amount charged for each; from 5th January 1809, to 5th January 1810.
1810 (157) XIII.37, 6 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Charges of Management of Stamps in Scotland, 1807-09.
Stamps--Scotland. An account of the charges of management of stamps, in Scotland; distinguishing, each article, matter, or thing, for which the same have been incurred; and the amount charged for each; from 5th January 1807 to 5th January 1810; distinguishing each year.
1810 (158) XIII.45, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Incidental Expenses of Stamps in Scotland, 1809.
Stamps.--Scotland. An account of the incidental expenses of stamps in Scotland; distinguishing, each article, matter, or thing, for which the same have been incurred; and the amount charged for each from 5th January 1809, to 5th January 1810.
1810 (159) XIII.49, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Papers relating to Incidental Expenses of Stamps in Scotland.
Papers relating to the incidental charges for stamps, in Scotland.
1810 (361) XIII.53, 12 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Licenses for Issue of Promissory Notes, 1808-09.
Stamps. An account of the number of licences for the issue of promissory notes payable on demand, which were granted by or by authority of the Commissioners of Stamps, for the year ending the 10th of October 1809.
1810 (49) XIII.73, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Stamps on Promissory Notes, and Number of Re-issuable Promissory Notes stamped, 1804-09.
Stamps. An account of the duties on promissory notes reissuable; distinguishing the rate of duty, and the amount received for each class of promissory notes, in each quarter, from 5th January 1798, to the latest period to which the same can be made up.
1810 (50) XIII.75, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of net Payments into Exchequer of Revenue of Post Office in Great Britain, 1807-10.
An account of the net payments into the Exchequer of the revenue of the Post Office, for the three years ended the 5th April 1808, 1809, and 1810.
1810 (269) XIII.131, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of net Produce of Duties of Stamps paid into Exchequer, 1806-09.
An account of the net produce of the duties of stamps, paid into the Exchequer in the years ended 5th April 1807, 1808, and 1809; distinguished, as far as possible, under separate heads.
1810 (270, 286) XIII.133, 135, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]



Session 1810-11, 1 November 1810 - 24 July 1811, 11 volumes

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4th Parliament of the UK, 5th Session, 51 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1810-11.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, accounts and papers: sess. 1810-11.
1810-11 (000) XI.575, 8 p.
PDF [ProQuest]

Debates, Hansard
1810-11 (258)

Return to be filled up by Trustees of Roads, relating to Mail Coach Exemptions.
Return to be made by the treasurer, clerk, or other proper officer of the trustees of each road, and of each bridge, on which toll or postage duties are levied, passed along by a mail coach conveying the mail or packet made up under the authority or direction of His Majesty's Postmaster General or his deputy or deputies.
1810-11 (123) III.703, 3 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on Expediency of Exemption from Toll granted to Mail Coaches in Great Britain Report, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix.
Report from the Select Committee on Mail Coach Exemption.
1810-11 (212) III.705, 84 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Imports and Exports, and Produce of Duties on Wine, Tea, Currants, Postage, Storage and Windows in Ireland, 1808-10.
(Ireland.) Accounts relating to the exports and imports; and to the produce of duties in Ireland.
1810-11 (106) VI.1049, 6 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Produce of Tax on Advertisements, and Stamp Duty on Receipts, in Ireland, 1808-10.
(Ireland.) (Stamp Office.) I. An account of the produce of the tax on advertisements, in Ireland; during the years 1808, 1809, & 1810. 2. An account of the amount of the produce of the stamp duty on receipts, in Ireland; during the years 1808, 1809, & 1810.
1810-11 (157) VI.1093, 3 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/8647

Return of Applications received by Coms. of Stamp Duties in Ireland on Evasion of Duty on Probates of Wills and Payment of Legacy Tax, 1809-11.
(Ireland.) A return of the heads of any applications received by the Commissioners of Stamp Duties in Ireland, during the years 1809, 1810, and 1811;--respecting the evasion of the duty on probates of wills, and payment of the legacy-tax; together with a statement of the answers returned to such communication; and of the measures adopted in consequence thereof.
1810-11 (227) VI.1127, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

1810-11 (29) X.195, Coin and Bullion in the Packet Service

Account of Number of Licenses for Issue of Promissory Notes, 1810-11; Account of Number of Stamps on Promissory Notes, and Number of Re-issuable Promissory Notes stamped, 1810-11.
Stamps. 1. An account of the number of licences for the issue of promissory notes payable on demand, which were granted by the commissioners: for the two years ending the 10th of October 1809; and the 10th of October 1810, and since the 10th of October 1810 to the date of the return to this order;--distinguishing in each period the renewed licences from those granted to new banks. 2. An account of the number of stamps of promissory notes re-issuable of each class that have been issued from 1st June 1810 to 16th February 1811, being the latest period to which the same can be made up; distinguishing each quarter, and the corresponding amount of duties. 3. An account of the number of re-issuable promissory notes stamped in England during the years, ending 10th October 1807, 1808, 1809 and 1810; distinguishing the rates, and also the value of the notes.
1810-11 (31) X.473, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

1810-11 (11) XI.567, Postal convention with Portugal, packets, Feb. 1810



Session 1812, 7 January - 30 July, 12 volumes

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4th Parliament of the UK, 6th Session, 52 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1812.
(not found on ProQuest)

A table, and index, of the Public General Acts passed in the sixth session of the fourth Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland: 52° Geo. III.--1812.
1812 (000) I.1337, 20 p.
PDF [ProQuest]

Acts
1812 (175)

Bill to repeal Exemption from Toll granted on Carriages and Horses carrying Mail.
A bill to repeal the exemption from toll, granted for or in respect of carriages and horses carrying the mail.
1812 (132) I.567, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to explain Exemption from Toll for Carriages carrying Manure.
A bill to explain the exemption from toll, in several acts of Parliament, for carriages carrying dung or any other manure.
1812 (240) I.1031, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to explain Exemption from Toll for Carriages carrying Manure (as amended by Committee).
A bill [as amended by the committee] to explain the exemption from toll, in several acts of Parliament, for carriages carrying dung or any other manure.
1812 (270) I.1033, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Estimate of Charge incurred by ceasing to exempt Mail Coaches from Tolls.
An estimate of the charge that will be incurred, by ceasing to exempt from toll, the coach carrying the mail, and defraying the toll from the revenue of the Post-Office; distinguishing the charge in Scotland, England, and Wales.
1812 (201) IX.229, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=5C5bAAAAQAAJ  [Oxford]

Account of Sums received for Cabin and Steerage Money from Passengers on H.M. Packets, 1809-11.
Post-Office. An account of the sums received into the Post-Office revenue, on account of cabin and steerage passage money, from the passengers on board His Majesty's packets, for three years, ended the 5th January 1812; distinguishing each port, and the rate and amount of such passage money on each description of voyage.
1812 (329) IX.233, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=5C5bAAAAQAAJ  [Oxford]

Account of Number of Licenses for Issue of Promissory Notes, 1810-12.
An account of the number of licences for the issue of promissory notes payable on demand, for one year ending the 10th October 1811, and from the 11th of October 1811 to the 20th of April 1812, distinguishing the licences renewed, from those granted to new banks.
1812 (165) IX.263, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=5C5bAAAAQAAJ  [Oxford]

Account of Number of Stamps on Promissory Notes, and Number of Re-issuable Promissory Notes stamped, 1811-12.
An account of the number of stamps of promissory notes reissuable, of each class, that have been issued, from the 16th of February 1811, to the latest period to which the same can be made up; distinguishing each quarter, and the corresponding amount of duties.
1812 (167) IX.265, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=5C5bAAAAQAAJ  [Oxford]

Account of Number of Re-issuable Promissory Notes stamped in England, 1810-11.
An account of the number of reissuable promissory notes stamped in England, during the year ended the 10th of October 1811; distinguishing the rates of duty, and the value of the notes.
1812 (168) IX.267, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=5C5bAAAAQAAJ  [Oxford]



Session 1812-13, 24 November 1812 - 22 July 1813, 15 volumes

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5th Parliament of the UK, 1st Session, 53 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1812-13.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, estimates & accounts, and papers: sess. 1812-13.
1812-13 (000) XIV.395, 11 p.
PDF [ProQuest]

Debates, Hansard
1812-13 (14)
1812-13 (12)

Bill for better protecting H.M. Mails in Conveyance of Letters by Post, from Robbery or Loss.
Sess. 1812-13. A bill for better protecting His Majesty's mails of letters, in their conveyance by the post, from robbery or loss.
1812-13 (80) I.313, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to amend Act to amend Laws for improving Post Roads in Ireland, and for rendering Conveyance of Letters more secure and expeditious.
Sess. 1812-13. A bill to amend an act made in the forty-fifth year of the reign of His Present Majesty, intituled,"an act to amend the laws for improving and keeping in repair the post roads in Ireland; and for rendering the conveyance of letters by His Majesty's Post Office more secure and expeditions."
1812-13 (202) II.799, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to repeal Exemption from Toll granted on Carriages carrying Mail in Scotland, and to grant Rate of Postage as Indemnity for Loss of Exemption.
Sess. 1812-13. A bill to repeal the exemption from toll granted for or in respect of carriages with more than two wheels, carrying the mail in Scotland; and for granting a rate for postage, as an indemnity for the loss which may arise to the revenue of the Post Office from the payment of such tolls.
1812-13 (216) II.823, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to extend Act for Amendment of Irish Road Acts relating to Appointment of Supervisors on Mail-Coach Roads, to all Roads repaired by Presentment.
Sess. 1812-13. (Ireland.) A bill to extend the provisions of an act, passed in the 49th year of His Present Majesty, for amending the Irish Road Acts, so far as the same relate to the appointment of supervisors on mail coach roads to all roads, made and repaired by presentment.
1812-13 (239) II.871, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill for amending Act for granting Stamp Duties in Great Britain, with regard to Promissory Notes, Conveyances, Spoiled Stamps, Instruments and Stage Coaches.
Sess. 1812-13. A bill for altering, explaining and amending an act of the 48th year of His Majesty's reign,"for granting stamp duties in Great Britain," with regard to the duties on re-issuable promissory notes, and on conveyances on the sale and mortgage of property; for better enabling the Commissioners of Stamps to give relief in cases of spoiled stamps, and to remit penalties; for exempting certain instruments from stamp duty; and for better securing the duties on stage coaches.
1812-13 (270) II.965, 12 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Accounts relating to Stamp Duties on Legacies and Insurance Policies in Ireland, 1803-12
(Ireland.) Accounts relating to the stamp duties: viz. 1.--Legacies. 2.--Policies of insurance. 3.--Penalties incurred.
1812-13 (214) VI.725, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/8808

Account of Number of Licenses for Issue of Promissory Notes, 1811-12.
(Stamps.) An account of the number of licences for the issue of promissory notes payable on demand, for the year ending the 10th of October 1812;--distinguishing the licences renewed, from those granted to new banks. 1.
1812-13 (23) XII.345, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Stamps on Promissory Notes, and Number of Re-issuable Promissory Notes stamped, 1811-12.
(Stamps.) An account of the number of stamps of promissory notes, reissuable, of each class, that have been issued for the year ending the 10th October 1812;--distinguishing each quarter, and the corresponding amount of duties. 2.
1812-13 (24) XII.347, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Re-issuable Promissory Notes stamped in England, 1811-12.
(Stamps.) An account of the number of reissuable promissory notes, stamped in England, during the year ending the 10th October 1812;--distinguishing the rates of duty, and the value of the notes. 3.
1812-13 (25) XII.349, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Promissory Notes stamped in Great Britain, 1811-12.
(Stamps.) An account of the number of promissory notes stamped in Great Britain, in the year from the 10th October 1811 to the 10th October 1812;--distinguishing those granted for a sum not exceeding £.1. 1.; those exceeding £.1. 1. and not exceeding £. 2. 2; those exceeding £. 2. 2. and not exceeding £.5. 5; those exceeding £.5. 5. and not exceeding £.20.; and those exceeding £. 20. 4.
1812-13 (26) XII.351, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Country Banks in England and Wales licensed to issue Promissory Notes, 1810-12.
An account of the number of country banks in England and Wales, for which licences to issue promissory notes have been taken out, for three years, ending the 5th January 1813:--distinguishing each year, and distinguishing the number in each county, and the number of partners concerned in the banks of each county.
1812-13 (183*) XIII.39, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Country Banks in Scotland licensed to issue Promissory Notes, 1810-12.
An account of the number of country banks in Scotland, for which licences to issue promissory notes have been taken out, for three years, ending the 5th January 1813:--distinguishing each year, and distinguishing the number in each county, and the number of partners concerned in the banks of each county.
1812-13 (183) XIII.41, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]



Session 1813-14, 4 November 1813 - 30 July 1814, 14 volumes

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5th Parliament of the UK, 2nd Session, 54 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1813-14.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, estimates & accounts, and papers: sess. 1813-14.
1813-14 (000) XIV.351, 11 p.
PDF [ProQuest]

Debates, Hansard
1813-14 (100)
1813-14 (329)
1813-14 (98)

Bill for amending Act for granting Stamp Duties in Great Britain, regarding Re-issuable Promissory Notes in Scotland.
Sess. 1813-14. A bill [as amended by the committee] for altering and amending an act of the 48th year of His Majesty's reign, for granting stamp duties in Great Britain, so far as regards reissuable promissory notes in Scotland.
1813-14 (337) II.1031, 6 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on Petitions and Documents for new Post Office at Cheapside. Report, Appendix.
(Post-Office.) Report from the Committee on Petitions Relating to the General Post-Office.
1813-14 (338) III.155, 36 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Licenses for Issue of Promissory Notes, 1812-13.
(Stamps.) An account of the number of licences for the issue of promissory notes payable on demand, for the year ending the 10th of October 1813;--distinguishing the licences renewed, from those granted to new banks.
1813-14 (95) XII.83, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Stamps on Promissory Notes, and Number of Re-issuable Promissory Notes stamped, 1812-13.(Stamps.) Accounts relating to promissory notes. 1. Account of the number of stamps of promissory notes, reissuable, of each class, that have been issued;--for the year ending the 10th of October 1813. 2. Account of the number of reissuable promissory notes, stamped in England;--in the above period. 3. Account of the number of promissory notes, stamped, in Great Britain;--in the above period.
1813-14 (96) XII.85, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]



Session 1814-15, 8 November 1814 - 12 July 1815, 13 volumes

<work in progress>

5th Parliament of the UK, 3rd Session, 55 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1814-15.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, estimates & accounts and papers, of sess. 1814--1815.
1814-15 (000) XIII.565, 11 p.
PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=9jBbAAAAQAAJ  [Oxford]

Debates, Hansard
Acts
1814-15 (50)
1814-15 (48)
1814-15 (49)

1814-15 (375) I.495, Bill to regulate Postage of ship letters to and from Ireland

Bill for granting Rates of Postage of Letters to and from Great Britain, Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius and E. Indies.
A bill for granting certain rates on the postage of letters to and from Great Britain, the Cape of Good Hope, the Mauritius, and the East Indies.
1814-15 (336) II.671, 6 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill for granting Rates of Postage of Letters to and from Great Britain, Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius and E. Indies: (as amended by Committee).
A bill [as amended by the committee] for granting certain rates on the postage of letters to and from Great Britain, the Cape of Good Hope, the Mauritius, and the East Indies.
1814-15 (351) II.677, 12 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill for granting Rates of Postage of Letters to and from Great Britain, Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius and E. Indies (as amended on Re-commitment).
Sess. 1814--1815. A bill [as amended on re-commitment] for granting certain rates on the postage of letters to and from Great Britain, the Cape of Good Hope, the Mauritius, and the East Indies.
1814-15 (408) II.689, 14 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill for repealing Stamp Duties on Deeds, Law Proceedings, Instruments, Fire Insurances, Legacies and Successions to Personal Estate on Intestacies, in Great Britain.
A bill for repealing the stamp duties on deeds, law proceedings, and other written or printed instruments, and the duties on fire insurances, and on legacies and successions to personal estate upon intestacies, now payable in Great Britain; and for granting other duties in lieu thereof.
1814-15 (393) II.785, 18 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill for repealing Stamp Duties on Deeds, Law Proceedings, Instruments, Fire Insurances, Legacies and Successions to Personal Estate on Intestacies, in Great Britain (as amended by Committee).
Sess. 1814--1815. A bill [as amended by the committee] for repealing the stamp duties on deeds, law proceedings, and other written or printed instruments, and the duties on fire insurances, and on legacies and successions to personal estate upon intestacies, now payable in Great Britain; and for granting other duties in lieu thereof.
1814-15 (422) II.803, 20 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
Bill for repealing Stamp Duties on Advertisements, Newspapers, Pamphlets, Gold and Silver Plate, and Stage Coaches in Great Britain: (as amended by Committee).
Sess. 1814--1815. A bill [as amended by the committee] for repealing the Stamp Office duties on advertisements, almanacks, newspapers, pamphlets, gold and silver plate, stage coaches, and licences for keeping stage coaches, now payable in Great Britain; and for granting new duties in lieu thereof.
1814-15 (423) II.877, 8 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on Plan and Papers for new Post Office at Cheapside. Report, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix.
Report from the Select Committee on Intended Improvements in the Post-Office.
1814-15 (235) III.179, 38 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on State of Roads from Holyhead to London, and Conveyance of H.M. Mail between London and Dublin. Report, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix.
Report from Select Committee on Holyhead Roads, &c.
1814-15 (363) III.355, 30 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/8889

Select Committee on State of Roads from Holyhead to London, and Conveyance of H.M. Mail between London and Dublin Second Report, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix.
Second report from Select Committee on Holyhead Roads, &c.
1814-15 (395) III.385, 38 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Stamp Duty paid in Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer in Ireland, 1812-14.
(Ireland.) Returns from the Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, in Ireland, to the order of the House of Commons, of 1 December 1814;--for an account of the amount of stamp duty paid by the clerks of the rules and entries of the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, and by the Chief Remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer, in Ireland, on rules and entries in those courts; specifying, the number of rules and entries in which stamp duty was so paid by them severally, during the years 1812, 1813, and 1814. 2.
1814-15 (120) VII.119, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/8913

Memorial by Merchants in E. India Trade on Ship Letters, February 1815.
Copy of a memorial, presented to the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, by the merchants and agents concerned in the trade with India; dated the 20th of February 1815;--upon the subject of ship letters.
1814-15 (403) VII.165, 10 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

1814-15 (151) IX.523, Packets

1814-15 (306) X.119, Duties on Pamphlets

Account of Number of Stamps issued for Newspapers, 1814-15.
An account of the number of stamps issued for newspapers in the three months ending the 1st of May 1814, with the amount of the duties charged thereon; distinguishing each month; distinguishing, as far as possible, those used in London and those for country publications; distinguishing also those for London daily morning and London daily evening papers, weekly papers, and publications of alternate days:--together with a similar account, with similar distinctions, for the three months ending the 1st of February 1815.
1814-15 (156) X.183, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Stamps on Promissory Notes, and Number of Re-issuable Promissory Notes stamped, 1813-14.
Accounts relating to promissory notes. --1.-- An account of the number of stamps of promissory notes, reissuable, of each class, that have been issued, for the year ending the 10th October 1814; distinguishing each quarter, and the corresponding amount of duties. --2.-- An account of the number of reissuable promissory notes, stamped in England, during the year ending the 10th October 1814; distinguishing the rates of duty, and the value of the notes.
1814-15 (61, 62) X.185, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Licenses for Issue of Promissory Notes, 1813-14.
An account of the number of licences for the issue of promissory notes, payable on demand; for the year ending the 10th of October 1814;--distinguishing the licences renewed, from those granted to new banks.
1814-15 (111) X.187, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Country Banks in England and Wales licensed to issue Promissory Notes, 1810-14.
An account of the number of country banks in England and Wales, for which licences to issue promissory notes have been taken out, for five years, ending 5th January 1815:--distinguishing each year, and distinguishing the number in each county, and the number of partners concerned in the banks of each county.
1814-15 (112) X.189, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of London Newspapers dispatched by General Post Office as News-Agents, 1814 and 1815.
An account of the number of London news-papers dispatched by the clerks of the roads in the General Post Office, in the capacity of news-agents, on their respective roads, in the three months ending the 1st of May 1814; and for the three months ending the 1st of February 1815.
1814-15 (123) X.379, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of London Newspapers sent Overseas by General Post Office as News-Agents, 1814 and 1815.
An account of London news-papers sent beyond sea by the officers acting as news-paper agents in the General Post Office, in the three months ending 1st May 1814; distinguishing daily morning, and daily evening papers, weekly papers, and publications of alternate days: together with a similar account, with similar distinctions, for three months ending 1st February 1815.
1814-15 (124) X.381, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Lists of Prices and Terms for supplying Newspapers by General Post Office.
Copies of the lists of prices and terms of supplying news-papers at home and abroad, by the officers of the several departments in the General Post Office.
1814-15 (125) X.383, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Return of Newspapers sent Post free to Colonies by Secretary to General Post Office, 1812-15.
Return of the number of news-papers sent postage free to the colonies, and other places beyond the British Isles, by the Secretary to the General Post-Office, or by any other person in the inland Post-Office, with the price charged per annum for each such paper, and the prime cost of each such paper at the wholesale price per annum:--together with the price charged by the clerks of the roads for sending a paper to any part of Great Britain; distinguishing each class of papers, the daily, those published three times, those published twice, and those published once in the week:--from the 1st January 1812, to the 1st February 1815.
1814-15 (137) X.385, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
Reprinted in <IUP-Newspapers-2>

Return of Newspapers sent Post free to Continent by Foreign Post Office, 1812-15.
Return of the number of news-papers sent postage free by the foreign Post-Office, to the continent of Europe, or to other places beyond seas, with the price charged per annum for each such paper, and the prime cost of each such paper per annum at the wholesale price, together with the price charged by the clerks of the roads for sending a paper to any part of Great Britain; distinguishing each class of paper, the daily, those published three times, those published twice, and those published once in the week:--from the 1st of January 1812, to the 1st of February 1815.
1814-15 (138) X.387, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Return of Newspapers imported by Foreign Post Office from France, Netherlands and Germany, 1812-15.
Return of the average numbers of news-papers imported by the foreign Post-Office from France, from the United Netherlands, and from Germany; distinguishing each:--together with a return of the number of news-papers received by the foreign Post-Office from all other parts of the continent of Europe:--from 1st January 1812, to the 1st February 1815.
1814-15 (139) X.391, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
Reprinted in <IUP-Newspapers-2>

Return of Foreign Newspapers sent by General Post Office from London Post-Free, 1812-15.
Return of the number of foreign news-papers sent by the clerks of the General Post-Office, from London, by post, postage free:--from 1st January 1812, to the 1st February 1815.
1814-15 (140) X.393, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Return of Unstamped Printed Papers sent through General Post Office Post-Free, 1812-15.
Return of the unstamped printed papers, whether called packet lists, or shipping lists, or price current lists, or by whatever name they go, which are sent upon an average daily, through the general and twopenny Post-Offices, postage free:--from the 1st January 1812, to the 1st February 1815.
1814-15 (141) X.395, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]



Session 1816, 1 February - 2 July, 19 volumes

<work in progress>

5th Parliament of the UK, 4th Session, 56 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1816.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, estimates & accounts, and papers, of session 1816; (1 Feb. - 2 July.)
1816 (000) XIX.453, 16 p.
PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=ry5bAAAAQAAJ  [Oxford]
http://books.google.com/books?id=5SISAAAAYAAJ  [Harvard]

Debates, Hansard
1816 (292)
1816 (290)
1816 (291)

1816 (423) II.597, Bill for securing Liberty of Press, and preventing Abuse.  [Newspapers]

1816 (481) II.777, Packets in Holyhead Harbour

Report of Progress in providing Site for new Post Office at Cheapside.
Report of the progress made in carrying into execution the act of the last session of Parliament, for providing a site for a new Post-Office.
1816 (26, 27) VI.407, 409, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

1816 (462) VIII.71, Holyhead Harbour

Accounts relating to public offices
1816 (144) XIV.

Accounts of General Post Offices in Colonies.
Return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 19th February 1816; for, accounts of offices in the colonies, &c. with the salaries and emoluments of the same; so far as relates to the General Post Office.
1816 (146) XIV.161, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
(The printed paper number is 148, hand-corrected to 146.  The Contents for the bound volume says 146.)

Account of Increase of Salaries of Post Office.
Return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 29 February 1816; for an account of the increase of the salaries of the Post Office, and of any new officers appointed, since the 1st January 1815.
1816 (164) XIV.163, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=DANEAQAAMAAJ  [Ohio State]

Account of net Produce of Duties of Stamps, 1815-16.
An account of the net produce of the duties of stamps, imposed by different acts of the 55th of the King, to the 5th April 1816; distinguishing each head of duty, and the different quarters; so far as the same can now be made up.
1816 (380) XIV.321, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=DANEAQAAMAAJ  [Ohio State]



Session 1817, 28 January - 12 July, 17 volumes

<work in progress>

5th Parliament of the UK, 5th Session, 57 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1817.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, estimates & accounts, and papers, of session 1817: (28 Jan.-12 July.)
1817 (000) XVII.281, 15 p.
PDF [ProQuest]

Acts
1817 (68)
1817 (66)

1817 (257) I.723, Franking, Vice-President of the Board of Trade

Select Committee on State of Roads from Holyhead to London, and Conveyance of H.M. Mail between London and Dublin First Report, Appendix (Road from Chirk to Bangor).
First report from the Select Committee on the Roads from Holyhead to London; &c.
1817 (313) III.179, 20 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on State of Roads from Holyhead to London, and Conveyance of H.M. Mail between London and Dublin Second Report (Post Office Packets).
Second report from the Select Committee on the Roads from Holyhead to London; &c.
1817 (332) III.199, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on State of Roads from Holyhead to London, and Conveyance of H.M. Mail between London and Dublin Third Report (Mail between London and Holyhead).
Third report from the Select Committee on the Roads from Holyhead to London; &c.
1817 (411) III.203, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on State of Roads from Holyhead to London, and Conveyance of H.M. Mail between London and Dublin. Fourth Report (Howth Harbour), Appendix.
Fourth report from the Select Committee on the Roads from Holyhead to London, &c.
1817 (459) III.207, 38 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on State of Roads from Holyhead to London, and Conveyance of H.M. Mail between London and Dublin Fifth Report (Road from Chirk to London), Minutes of Evidence, Appendix.
Fifth report from the Select Committee on the Roads from Holyhead to London, &c.
1817 (469) III.245, 57 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Receipts into Treasury of Ireland for Customs, Excise, Stamps and Postage, 1789-1816.
(Ireland.) An account of receipts into the Treasury of Ireland, for customs, excise, stamps, and postage, from the 25th March 1789, to the 5th January 1817; distinguishing the receipt of each year, and each department.
1817 (190) VIII.353, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/9025

Return of Sums paid to Solicitors of Stamps in Ireland, 1813-16.
(Ireland.) A return of all sums paid to the solicitors of stamps, in Ireland, on account of stamp prosecutions, for the four last years; distinguishing the amount paid in each year.
1817 (199) VIII.387, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Return of Frauds and Forgeries in Dept. of Stamp Office of Ireland, 1812-16.
(Ireland.) Return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 24th February 1817;--for, a summary return of the particulars of frauds and forgeries committed in the Department of the Stamp-Office of Ireland, during five years last past; specifying such as have been committed by officers or distributors, acting under that office; and the result of enquiries made, and of prosecutions instituted, respecting such frauds and forgeries; together with a statement of any evidence which can establish an estimate of the probable amount of forged stamps put into circulation during that period:--viz. 1.--Prosecutions carried on from 5th January 1812 to 5th January 1814. 2.--Frauds committed on the stamp revenue, from 5th January 1812 to 5th January 1817. 3.--Prosecutions carried on, from the 5th of January 1814 to 5th January 1817.
1817 (200) VIII.389, 10 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Appointments under Board of Stamps in Ireland, 1816-17.
(Ireland.) An account of all the appointments which have taken place under the Board of Stamps, in Ireland, between the 5th of April 1816 and the 5th of April 1817; stating, in each case, whether it was by promotion or otherwise; specifying the pay and emoluments of the employment to which each person has been appointed, as also, (if he should have been promoted) those of the office held before by him; and distinguishing the appointments which have been made under the authority or the recommendation of the Treasury for Ireland.
1817 (508) VIII.441, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/9044

Account of Appointments under Postmaster General of Ireland, 1816-17.
(Ireland.) An account of all the appointments which have taken place under the Postmaster General of Ireland, between the 5th April 1816 and the 5th April 1817; stating, in each case, whether it was by promotion or otherwise; specifying the pay and emoluments of the employment to which each person has been appointed, as also, (if he should have been promoted) those of the office held before by him; and distinguishing the appointments which have been made under the authority or the recommendation of the Treasury for Ireland.
1817 (509) VIII.445, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
http://www.dippam.ac.uk/eppi/documents/9045

Account of Poundage received by Collectors of Stamp Duties, 1815.
An account of all monies received during the year ending the 5th January 1816, by way of poundage, by individuals engaged in the collection of the revenue of stamps;--distinguishing the names of the individuals, their other emoluments, and the amount of balances in their hands, respectively, on the above day.
1817 (268) XIV.157, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Boards held by Postmasters General.
Return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 3d March 1817;--for an account of the number of boards which have been from time to time held by the postmasters general, for the last twenty years; distinguishing the names of the places where such boards have been held, and the persons by whom they were attended.
1817 (183) XV.85, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Return of Progress in building new Post Office at Cheapside.
Return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 24th March 1817;--for a statement of the progress made in building the new Post-Office; an account of the money expended in purchases; and, a statement of what steps have been taken to obtain a competition of plans from different architects.
1817 (184) XV.87, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Establishment of Post Office, 1793 and 1816.
Accounts relating to the Post-Office: viz. --1.-- An account of the establishment of the Post-Office;--so far as relates to the salaries, perquisites, and emoluments, of the postmasters general, secretaries, officers and clerks; with the names and dates of their respective appointments. --2.-- Copy of an account laid before the Lords of the Treasury, in May 1816;--stating,--what officers have been added to the Post-Office Department since 1793, with their respective salaries; and what augmentations have taken place since that year in the salaries of officers established either before or since that period; and the grounds upon which such additions and augmentations were severally made. --3.-- Copy of a letter from the Postmaster General to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury; dated 30 May 1816.
1817 (146) XV.89, 18 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Receipts and Disbursements, and Return of Packet Vessels, for Conveyance of Letters to Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius and E. Indies, 1815-17.
Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th June 1817,--for an account of all the actual receipts and disbursements of the General Post-Office, under the act for granting certain rates on the postage of letters to and from Great Britain, the Cape of Good Hope, the Mauritius, and the East Indies, passed in the 55th year of His Present Majesty's reign, to as late a period as the same can be made out;--also, a return of all vessels and packet boats established or employed by the Postmaster General for the conveyance of packets to and from the East Indies, under the authority of the said act.
1817 (495) XV.107, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Appointments under Postmaster General, 1816-17.
A return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 5th May 1817;--for an account of all appointments which have taken place under the Postmaster General, between 5th April 1816 and 5th April 1817; stating, in each case, whether it was by promotion or otherwise; specifying the pay and emoluments of the employment to which each person has been appointed; as also (if he should have been promoted) those of the office held before by him; and distinguishing the appointments which have been made under the authority or the recommendation of the Treasury:--for England and Scotland.
1817 (498) XV.111, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]



Session 1818, 27 January - 10 June, 19 volumes

<work in progress>

5th Parliament of the UK, 6th Session, 58 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1818.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, estimates, accounts and papers, of session 27 January - 10 June 1818.
1818 (000) XVII.389, 15 p.
PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=ai9bAAAAQAAJ  [Oxford]
http://books.google.com/books?id=CB0SAAAAYAAJ  [Harvard]

Arrangement (link)

Debates, Hansard
Acts
Bill to authorize Bankers in England and Ireland to issue Promissory Notes, secured on Deposit of Public Funds or Government Securities.
Sess. 1818. A bill to authorize bankers, in England and Ireland, to issue and circulate promissory notes, secured upon a deposit of public funds, or other government securities.
1818 (171) I.511, 14 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

1818 (271) II.387, Packets in Howth Harbour, Ireland

Select Committee on Petition of J.L. Bradbury relative to Machinery for Engraving and Etching (Bank Notes): Report.
Report from the committee on Mr. Bradbury's petition relative to machinery for engraving and etching.
1818 (328) III.361, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Cash Balances in hands of Bank of England, 1817 (Postmaster General).
An account of the balances of cash in the hands of the Bank of England, on the first and fifteenth days of each month, between the 1st of January and the 15th of December 1817 inclusive; resulting from the postmaster general's account with the bank; stating the average balance of the year, made up from the said days.
1818 (32) XIV.103, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Amount of Stamp Duties on Re-issuable Promissory Notes in Great Britain, 1814-18.
An account of the number of stamps of promissory notes re-issuable, of each class that have been issued, distinguishing each successive quarter, and the corresponding amount of duties, from the 10th of October 1814, to the latest time to which the same can be made up, namely, February 14th, 1818.
1818 (91) XIV.255, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Re-issuable Promissory Notes stamped in England, 1814-18.
An account of the number of re-issuable promissory notes stamped, in England, from the 10th of October 1814, to the latest time to which the same can be made up; distinguishing, each successive quarter, the rates of duty, and, the value of the notes.
1818 (92) XIV.259, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Licenses for Issue of Promissory Notes, 1810-17.
An account of the number of licences for the issue of promissory notes payable on demand, in Great Britain, in each successive year, from the 10th of October 1811, to the 10th of October 1817; distinguishing, the licences renewed, from those granted to new banks; and distinguishing, the licences granted to persons residing in Scotland.
1818 (93) XIV.263, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Return of Progress in building new Post Office at Cheapside.
Returns to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 23 January 1818; for a statement of the progress made in building the new Post Office, together with an account of money expended in purchases and otherwise; and, a statement of what steps have been taken to obtain a competition of plans from different architects.
1818 (50) XV.219, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Abstract of Mail-Coach Contracts made by Postmasters General in Ireland.
(Ireland.) An abstract of the contracts which have been made by His Majesty's postmasters general in Ireland, from the 1st of January 1800 to the present time.
1818 (425) XVI.443, 14 p.; PDF [ProQuest]



Session 1819, 14 January - 13 July, 21 volumes

<work in progress>

6th Parliament of the UK, 1st Session, 59 George III
General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1819.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, estimates, accounts and papers, of session 14 January - 13 July 1819.
1819 (000) XVIII.691, 15 p.
PDF [ProQuest]

Debates, Hansard
Acts
Bill to amend Act to repeal Duties on Stamped Vellum, Parchment and Paper in Great Britain as relates to Drawing of Conveyances and Deeds.
Sess. 1819. A bill to explain and amend such part of an act, made and passed in the 44th year of the reign of His Present Majesty, intituled,"an act to repeal the several duties under the commissioners for managing the duties upon stamped vellum, parchment and paper, in Great Britain, and to grant new and additional duties in lieu thereof," as relates to the drawing and preparing of conveyances or deeds.
1819 (332) I-A.693, 6 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to repeal part of Act relating to Postage and Conveyance of Letters to and from Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, Mauritius and E. Indies.
Sess. 1819. A bill to repeal so much of an act, passed in the 55th year of His Present Majesty, as relates to the postage and conveyance of letters to and from the Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, the Mauritius, and the East Indies, and to make other regulations respecting the postage of such letters and packets.
1819 (511) I-B.951, 10 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to amend Acts relating to Post and Conveyance of Letters in Ireland.
Sess. 1819. (Ireland.) A bill to amend several acts relating to port and conveyance of letters in Ireland.
1819 (502) I-B.1583, 6 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to limit Number of Passengers carried by Mail-Coaches in Ireland and to regulate Contracts for Conveyance of Letters.
Sess. 1819. (Ireland.) A bill to limit the number of passengers to be carried by mail coaches and mail diligences in Ireland, and to regulate the contracts for conveyance of letters by such coaches and diligences.
1819 (342) I-B.1589, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on State of Road from London to Holyhead, by Coventry and Shrewsbury. Fourth Report (Post Office Packets).
Fourth report from the Select Committee on the Road from London to Holyhead; (Post-Office packets.)
1819 (501) V.153, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Select Committee on State of Road from London to Holyhead, by Coventry and Shrewsbury Fifth Report, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix (Holyhead Mails and Packets).
Fifth report from the Select Committee on the Road from London to Holyhead; &c. Holyhead mails and packets.
1819 (548) V.157, 66 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Coms. of Inquiry into Mode of preventing Forgery of Bank Notes. Report.
Report of the commissioners appointed for inquiring into the mode of preventing the forgery of bank notes.
1819 (2) XI.303, 6 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Number of Distributors of Stamps in Great Britain, 1817-18.
An account of the number of distributers of stamps in Great Britain; their names, and the districts to which they are severally appointed; together with a return of all profits and emoluments arising to each of them respectively, from such office, between the 5th January 1817, and the 5th January 1819; distinguishing each year; also, a return of the balances in their hands, on the 5th day of April and the 10th day of October in each of the above years, and of all arrears due from them on the 5th day of January 1819, so far as the same can be made up; together with the amount of the security given by each distributer on his appointment.
1819 (253) XV.433, 8 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Cash Balances in hands of Bank of England, 1818 (Postmaster General).
An account of the balances of cash in the hands of the Bank of England, on the first and fifteenth days of each month, between the 1st of January and the 15th of December 1818 inclusive, resulting from the postmaster general's account with the bank; stating the average balance of the year, made up from the said days.
1819 (20) XVI.419, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Cash Balances in hands of Bank of England, January-March 1819 (Postmaster General).
An account of the balances of cash in the hands of the Bank of England, on the first and fifteenth days of each month, between the 1st of January and the 1st of March 1819 inclusive; resulting from the postmaster general's account with the bank; stating the average balance made up from the said days.
1819 (127) XVI.429, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Return of Progress in building new Post Office at Cheapside.
Returns to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 1st March 1819; for a statement of the progress made in building the new Post Office, together with an account of money expended in purchases and otherwise; and, a statement of what steps have been taken to obtain a competition of plans from different architects.
1819 (213) XVI.541, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Amount of Stamp Duties on Articles of Clerkship of Attornies and Solicitors in England, 1804-19.
Return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 11th May 1819; for an account of the gross annual amount of stamp duties paid upon articles of clerkship of attornies and solicitors, enrolled or filed in His Majesty's Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, Exchequer, and Chancery, in England; from the first day of Michaelmas term 1804, to the first day of Easter term 1819.
1819 (381) XVI.587, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Amount of Stamp Duties on Admissions of Attornies and Solicitors to Courts in England, 1804-19.
Return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 11th May 1819; for an account of the gross annual amount of stamp duties paid upon admissions of attornies and solicitors, to practise in His Majesty's Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, Exchequer, and Chancery, in England; from the first day of Michaelmas term 1804, to the 7th day of May 1819.
1819 (382) XVI.589, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Sums received by Post Office of Ireland for Conveyance of Letters.
(Ireland.) Return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 3 June 1819; for an account of sums received into the Post-Office of Ireland, for conveyance of letters between Howth and Dublin, and between Dunmore and Waterford, since the change of the packets to the stations of Howth and Dunmore.
1819 (496) XVII.649, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]



Session 1819-20, 23 November 1819 - 28 February 1820, 4 volumes

<work in progress>

6th Parliament of the UK, 2nd Session, 60 George III & 1 George IV
George III died 29 Jan. 1820; he was succeeded by George IV, who had been Prince Regent since 5 Feb. 1811.

General Alphabetical Index of Bills, Reports, Estimates, Accounts and Papers, Session 1819-20.
General alphabetical index to the printed bills, reports, estimates, accounts and papers, of session 23 November - 28 February, 1819-20.
1819-20 (000) IV.367, 4 p.
PDF [ProQuest]
http://books.google.com/books?id=3C9bAAAAQAAJ  [Oxford]
http://books.google.com/books?id=pxkSAAAAYAAJ  [Harvard]

Debates, Hansard
Acts
Bill to make certain Publications subject to Duties of Stamps on Newspapers, and to restrain Abuses from Publication of Seditious Libels.
Sess. 1819-20. A bill to make certain publications subject to the duties of stamps upon newspapers, and to restrain the abuses arising from the publication of blasphemous and seditious libels.
1819-20 (8) I.45, 8 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to make certain Publications subject to Duties of Stamps on Newspapers, and to restrain Abuses from Publication of Seditious Libels (as amended by Committee).
Sess. 1819-20. A bill [as amended by the committee] to make certain publications subject to the duties of stamps upon newspapers, and to restrain the abuses arising from the publication of blasphemous and seditious libels.
1819-20 (26) I.53, 10 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Bill to make certain Publications subject to Duties of Stamps on Newspapers, and to restrain Abuses from Publication of Seditious Libels (as amended).
Sess. 1819-20. A bill [as amended] to make certain publications subject to the duties of stamps upon newspapers, and to restrain the abuses arising from the publication of blasphemous and seditious libels.
1819-20 (34) I.63, 10 p.; PDF [ProQuest]
Coms. of Inquiry into Mode of preventing Forgery of Bank Notes, Final Report.
Final report of the commissioners appointed for inquiring into the mode of preventing the forgery of bank notes.
1819-20 (64) II.399, 4 p.; PDF [ProQuest]

Account of Cash Balances in hands of Bank of England, 1819 (Postmaster General).
No. 2. An account of the balances of cash in the hands of the Bank of England, on the first and fifteenth days of each month, between the 1st of January and the 15th of December 1819 inclusive; resulting from the postmaster general's account with the bank; stating the average balance of the year, made up from the said days.
1819-20 (67) IV.153, 2 p.; PDF [ProQuest]



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