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Contents

Election Petitions recommitted Bill Bill 186
142
Stipendiary Magistrates Bill Bill 189
143
Diocese of WinchesterPetition from the Incumbent and Clergy of the Rural
146
FiSHittnss IRELAND BILL Committee continued
166
Clause as amended added to the Bill
174
MINUTES PUBLIC BILLSFirit Reading Amendment Nos 103 184 Tele
186
CommitteePrisons Ireland No 105 No 228 Port trin Harbour Isle
206
ReportSydney Branch Mint Promissory Agents Bill 210
210
Turnpike Acts Continuance c Bill Bill 228
228
MINUSES Select CommitteeEcclesi 238 Petty Sessions Ireland Bill 235
234
Committee Naval Medical Supplemental and severally patted
242
HAWKERS LICENCESQuestion Mr Ferrand Answer The Chancellor of
250
Third Reading Indemnity Land Tax 162 Companies Clauses No 232
251
Resolutions
314
Question
335
DOCKYARD APPRENTICESQuestion Sir Arthur Duller Answer Lord Clarence
338
Statute Law Revision Bill h l No 133
339
FISHERIES IRELAND BILL Committee continued
349
Eppltjg FokestForestal RightsQuestion Mr Torrens Answer Mr Peel
354
Church Rates Recovery Bill
366
Azkem JahNawab of the CarnaticMoved
377
Fortifications Provisions for Expenses Bill Bill 213
381
Casual Poor Metropolis Bill Bill 155
390
Anchors and Chain Cables Bill Bill 95
398
Consolidated Fund Appropriation Bill
407
KITCHEN AND REFRESHMENT ROOMS HousE OF COMMONS COMMITTEE
410
Public Works Manufacturing Districts Bill No 199
411
Ionian IslandsUkmoval of Judges
420
ARMYALDEESHOT CAMPQuestion Colonel Crichton Stuart Answer
450
Augmentation of Benefices Bill Lords Bill 134
495
Growing Crops Seizure Ireland Bill Bill 211
507
British Columbia Boundaries Bill H L No 149
535
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
536
Malta a_nd Alexandria Telegraph CableQuestion Mr Crawford Answer
537
Resolutions to be reported on Monday next Committee to sit again Tomorrow
543
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
572
179 U2 Postmaster General Sale of Land
614
PolandMoved That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty for
630
Alterations in Judges Circuits Bill h l
655
Promotion in th MilitiaQuestion Mr PollardUrquhart Answer
658
FOBTIFICATIONS PROVISION FOR EXPENSES PAYMENT TO BANK OF ENGLAND
674
Fortifications Provision for Expenses Bill Bill 213
675
Union Uiii ncf AID AOTB COHTINUANOE BILLMotion for Committeecontinued
678
Union Relief Aid Acts Continuance Bill Bill 199
722
BbazilThe Prince of WalesClaim of CompensationObservations
731
Galway ContractQuestion The Earl of Hardwicke Answer Lord Stanley
747
Petty Offences Bill
749
MEDALS FOE THE BENGAL ABTLLLERYQuestion Mr Humberston Answer
778
Statute Law Revision Bill Lords Bill 233
937
Report Harwich Harbour No 174
939
Sdpplt considered in Committee Civil Sessions Ireland Pauper Lunatic Asy
947
Resolution to be reported on Monday next
1030
DEFENCE OP CANADAQuestion Lord Lyveden Answer Earl Granville 4 1032
1033
On Question Whether the said Clause shall stand part of
1043
Army Pbize Pbopebty
1053
Anchors and Chain Cables Bill Bill 95
1135
LORDS TUESDAY JULY 21
1139
Alkali Works Regulation Bill H L No 215
1143
Amendments reported according to Order
1146
THE IONIAN ISLANDS Question Lord John Manners Answer Viscount
1161
CASE op Ma GEORGE OMALLEY IHWINMotion made and Question proposed
1174
DUBLIN AND EDINBURGH CORPORATIONS
1186
Dissenting Chapels Ac Motion for Addresscontinued
1198
RELATIONS WITH JAPANMotion made and Question proposed
1199
Coimcr EstablishmentsQuestion Mr Walter Answer Sir George Grey
1206
Augmentation of Benefices Bill Lords Bill 134
1230
Business of the House
1231
Secondary PunishmentsQuestion Mr Warner Answer Sir George
1278
The Indian BudgetQuestion Mr Bazley Answer Sir Charles Wood 873
1282
1 Tlut the total net Revenues of tin Territories and Departments under th immediate
1306
After Debate Kesolutions agreed
1322
Employment op ChildrenObservations The Earl of Shaftesbury
1331
VoltnteebsMoved
1359
Bill reported without Amendment to be read 3 on Monday next
1360
GreeceCession of the Ionian IslandsObservations Mr Cavendish
1397
Telegraphs Bill Bill 252
1431
Sir Robert PeelThe House divided
1438
METROPOLITAN RAILWAYSMoved
1453
MINUTES PUBLIC BILL Third Reading Exhibition Medals Lordi Bill ?61
1466
Telegraphs Bill Bill 278
1487
Second ReadingDuchy of Cornwall Ma ance Bill 163 Loan Societies Bill
1490
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENTSPEECH of the Loans COMMISSIONEDcontinued
1491
TABLE or ALL THE STATUTES
1501
INDIAN ASHY PENSIONSQuestion Captain Jervis Answer Mr T G Baring 63
Alkali Works Regulation Bill Lords Bill 220 266
Preamble agreed
Affairs of Poland The Adjourned Debate Question Mr Warner
Tightropr Accident at BirminghamObservations The Earl of Malmesbury
JapanProtection to British SubjectsQuestion Mr Baillie Cochrane 438
Carriage Road from St Jamess Park to Charing CrossQuestion Sir Harry 440
THE NAUTICAL SCHOOL AT GREENWICHQuestion Sir Morton Peto Answer
POLANDNEGOTIATIONS AT ST PETEBSBITEOQuestion Mr Horsman Answer
MINUTES Select CommitteeThames Poisoned Grain Ac Prohibition Bill 223
ORDER OF ST MTCTTATX AND ST GEOEOE Question Lord Ernest Bruce
Bill reported as amended to be considered on Thursday and to be printed
Mr Belsham ksti the Confederate AuthoritiesQuestion Mr Blake

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Page 903 - That an humble address be presented to his majesty, that he will be graciously pleased to give directions that there be laid before this house, copies of...
Page 7 - Then a Commission for proroguing the Parliament was read. After which the Lord Chancellor said : My Lords and Gentlemen, By virtue of...
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