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FOR SESSION 1848.

Just Published, price 5s.; or forwarded by post, 6s. 4d.

THE

STANDING ORDERS

OF

Both Houses of Parliament,

RELATIVE TO PRIVATE BILLS,
As Amended in July, 1847;

With an Abstract of the Orders respecting RAILWAY BILLS, arranged in the Order of the Proceedings thereon, and Copious Indexes.

**The Standing Orders of either House can be had separately, price 2s. 6d. ; or by post, 3s. 2d.

REPORTS of the BOARD OF TRADE on RAILWAYS. THE REPORTS OF THE RAILWAY DEPARTMENT OF THE BOARD OF TRADE ON SCHEMES FOR EXTENDING RAILWAY COMMUNICATION, and on AMALGAMATIONS OF RAILWAYS; with a copious Index. 12mo, cloth, price 5s. ; or forwarded by post, 6s. 4d.

[These Reports were made with a view to the information and assistance of Parliament in forming a judgment upon the Railway Schemes then before the Legislature: this volume contains the whole of the Reports laid before Parliament by the Board of Trade during 1845.]

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON RAILWAYS.

SPECIAL REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON RAILWAY BILLS, relating to the ADOPTION OR REJECTION of the RECOMMENDATIONS of the BOARD OF TRADE. 12mo. Price One Shilling and Sixpence.

[This Volume contains the Reports made in compliance with the Standing Order of the House of Commons, which required, that every Committee on a Railway Bill should state in their Report "whether any Report from the Board of Trade has been laid before the Committee, and also whether the Recommendations of the Board of Trade have been adopted or rejected by the Committee."]

J. BIGG & SON, 53, PARLIAMENT STREET.

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