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    Ninth report from the select committee on finance. collection of the public revenue. Salt office., 19 July 1797

    a check upon the Cashier, of the Money daily re- ceived by him. 200 40 — 150 30 Accomptants, Thomas Batson Wells Allowed for preparing and stating the Accounts of the Fishery, &c. By the Board During Pleasure Archibald Stewart Subscribers-only content

    Index

    273 GENERAL INDEX TO THE Hoituon ^ort, #t*—continued. InspecZo?s of the river, their opinion, xiv. 459 b.—evidence, 485.—respecting the variations in depth, 486 a. Insnrances, their premiums in port, xiv. 276 a.—rates and risks in docks and in the Subscribers-only content

    Index

    of river navigation, xiv. 334 a. GEN. INDEX TO ItEP. ilfemoriaZs of merchants respecting wet-docks, xiv. 348 a.— of Mr. Batson, to the corporation of London, proposing surveys of the moorings in the river, and regulations for the same, 367.—of Subscribers-only content

    Index

    281 b.—estimates and opinions of Mr. Alexander, 287 b.—estimates and opinions of Mr. Rennie, 288, 289.— objected to by Mr. Batson, and why, 308 a.—Jessop's evidence, 313 a, eZ sea.—evidence and calculations of Mr. Ludlam, 321 a.—report of commissioners of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 15 May 1801

    12 INDEX *o *7ie FOURTEENTH VOL. 0/ REPORTS £0nD0n Pott, &c—continued. tonnage, draught of water, tiers of shipping, 281 ab.—ac- commodations with respect to the tide; general view of the colliers, 282. Opinion respecting improvement of the river ; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 15 May 1801

    at Blackwall would guard against the difficulties of river navigation, 334 a. MemoriaZs of merchants respecting wet-docks, 348 a.—of Mr. Batson, to the corporation of London, proposing surveys of the moorings in the river, and regulations for the same, 367.—of Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Committee appointed to enquire into the best mode of providing sufficient accommodation for the increased trade and shipping of the port of London, &c. &c. &c., 13 May 1796

    value. The principal proprietors of the lands are, Peter Mellish, Esq' Mr. Seddon, Messrs. Pedleys, Lady Strathmore, Mr. Broomhead, Rob* Batson, Esq' Mr. Stratton, Will Godfrey, Esq' Geo* Byng, Esq' Jo'Hefford, Esq' Mr. Hitch, Vachell, Esq'. Rev" Mr. Tooke, Ja' Subscribers-only content

    3 December 1689, 3 December 1689

    Attainder of Sir Tho. Armstrong was referred. Javis, 5° die Decembris; i° Gulielmi et Mariae. Prayers. A PETITION of Win. Batson, Esquire, was read; Batson's Jr\. setting forth, That, upon his Marriage with Carolina Estate. his now Wife, he settled Subscribers-only content

    9 December 1689, 9 December 1689

    Lords, as Counsel Member to in a Cause between Goodrich and # o attend Lords. A Bill to enable Mr. Batson to sell an Estate in Batson's Oxfordshire, and settle an Estate of the like Value in Estate. Suffolk to Subscribers-only content

    31 December 1689, 31 December 1689

    examine the Matter ; and report the same, with their Opinions therein, to the House. A Bill to enable Wm. Batson, Esquire, to sell Lands in Batson's the County of Oxford; and to settle an Estate in the County Estate. Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1689, 14 January 1690

    1° Gulielmi et Marias, Prayers. SIR Thomas Littleton reports from the Committee to Ratson's whom the Bill for enabling Wm. Batson, Esquire, to Estate. sell Lands in the County of Oxon, and to settle an Estate in the County of Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1689, 27 January 1690

    make Provision for his Wife and for his Children, in case he shall have any: An Act to enable Wm. Batson, Esquire, to sell Lands in the County of Oxon, and to purchase and settle an Estate in the County Subscribers-only content

    Index, 26 October 1693

    Read, 30. Committed, 16 Jan. Petition presented, and referred, 24. Barnstaple, Petition from, 27 Jan. Vide Militia, Barrett. Vide Privileges. Batson, Win- Petition for Bill to sell Lands, and settle others in lieu; Bill ordered, 5 Dec. Read, 10. Committed, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 5 December 1809

    49 Geo. III. Appendix. 683 Fifth Class.—Charitable Institutions, not exceeding £.150 per Year—continued. 68. 69. 70. 71- 72. 73- 74- 75- 76. 77- 78. 79- 80. 81. 82. 83- 84. 85- 86. 87. no OO, 89. go. 91- 92- Subscribers-only content

    20 July 1813, 20 July 1813

    672 20° Julii. A. 1813. Answers to Addresses. " such Court shall use all such means as a Court of Equity confer some Dignity in the Church upon the Reverend " is by this Act empowered to use, for Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 January 1822

    Phillip Mrs. Sophia Ricketts ----- Robert Banks Jenkinson, Lord Hawkesbury, and Edward Watts, Esq. in trust for Isabella Ricketts (now Batson) - - - Mrs. Ann Rochatt ----- Miss Fanny Morgan, in trust for Charlotte Snow John Earl of Chatham Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1823

    Year 1821—continued. Pensions. George Baron Auckland Executors of Edmund Burke, Esq - - - - Lady Harriet Blackwood Mrs. Isabella Batson Mrs. Alicia Campbell - Henry Cowper, Esq. Sir Charles Craufurd - Lady Louisa Dawson - Lady Anna Maria Dawson Subscribers-only content

    23. Further report of the commissioners appointed in pursuance of two several acts of Parliament; the one, made and passed in the 58th year of His Late Majesty, c. 91, intituled,"an act for appointing..., 1830

    FURTHER BEKHIT OF THE COMMISSIONERS ..[<% pf Parish of St. George, Botolph-. lane: Mounford's charity. Gale's charity, Margaret Dane's charity. L'ady Howe's charity. Clint's charity. Parish of St. Gregory : Randall or Ilandolphe's cha¬ rity. Corbett's charity. John & Subscribers-only content

    Four and a half per cent. duty. An account of the amount of four and a half per cent. duty; stating the amount received from each island, and specifying the several pensions and charges payable theref..., 1833

    Oct. 1800 Lord Auckland - John Backhouse] in trust for and* J&gt; Mrs. John Lewis -J Maria Noad. Mrs. Isabella Batson Lady Harriet Black wood Executors of Mrs. Burke Mrs. Alicia Campbell Henry Cowper, Esq. Lady Louisa Dawson, now 1 Subscribers-only content

    Four and a half per cent. duty. An account of the amount of four and a half per cent. duty; stating the amount received from each island, and specifying the several pensions and charges payable theref..., 1833

    1 July l8-2O 2 Nov. - 1 July 2 Nov. - i July - v r&gt; 7&gt; Auckland, Lord ____-- Batson, Isabella ___--- Blackwood, Lady Harriet - Bromley, Lady Louisa D. (late Dawson) Corson, James, in trust for George De Subscribers-only content

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