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Slave Trade.-Reports of Protectors of Slaves in the Colonies, 1829-31, 98.-Correspondence with British Commissioners and with Foreign Powers, 1831-49, 61. 58.--Report of Committee on Extinction of Slavery, 1832, 68.- Papers explanatory of Government Measures for Abolition of Slavery, 1833-38, 28s.--Account of Money awarded as Compensation for Slaves, 1838, 38.-Treaties with Foreign Powers, and Instructions to Naval Officers, 1844, 58.--Reports of Commons' Committee on Extinction of Slave Trade, 1848-49, 10s. 60.- Reports of Lords' Committee on African Slave Trade, 1849-50, Ils. 6d.
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Reports of Lords' Committees on Agriculture, 1837, 48. -Bankruptcy, 1848-49, 58.—Burdens on Land, 1846, 12s.-Chimney Sweepers, 1818, 6s. 6d. ; 1834, 7s. 60. ; 1840, 3s. 60.--Coal Trade, 1829-30, lls.-Colonization from Ireland, 1847-48, 16s.-Commercial Distress, 1848, 59. 60.--Criminal Law, 1847, 78.--East India Affairs, 1830, 88.-Education in Ireland, 1837, 128.-Factories, 1818-19, 188. Islington Market, 1835, 9s.; Liverpool Corporation Waterworks, 1850, 35.-Lunatic Poor in Ireland, 1843, 6s.-Municipal Corporations, 1835, 7s. 60.--Navigation Laws, 1848, 108.-New Zealand, 1838, 3s.—Parochial Assessments, 1850, 4s. 3d.-Poor-Laws in England, 1838, 10s. 6d. ; in Ireland, 1841, 3s. 6d.; 1846, 15s. ; 1849, 9s. Prisons in England, 1819, 5s.; 1835, 12s.-Silk Manufacture, 1823, 58. -State of Ireland, 1839, 12s. --West India Colonies, 1832, 188.Wool Trade, 1828, 38.
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