Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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Contents

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Parochial Assessments Bill Bill 144Order for Committee readMotion
199
The Irish ConstabularyObservations Colonel Dickson
221
Page
225
In the Committee
231
Agricultural StatisticsQuestion Mr HeygateAnswer Sir George Grey
237
Patents for InventionsAnswer to Address 27th May reported
261
Highways Bill Bill 135Motion That the Bill be now read the third
277
The Slave TradeTreaty with the United StatesObservations Lord
279
30
283
Foreign TelegraphsQuestion Mr J C EwartAnswer Sir Charles Wood
289
43
319
Question proposed That the proposed words be added instead thereof
385
THURSDAY JUNE 5
393
The Camel Corps in IndiaQuestion General BuckleyAnswer Sir George
409
Civil Service Estimates
441
Civil Service Estimates
455
The CircassianQuestion Mr ClayAnswer Mr Layard
467
52
473
Motion made and Question proposed
501
514
513
Motion made and Question proposed
527
Inclosure Bill Bill 50read 3 and passed
529
Scotland Board of Supervision for the Relief of the PoorRoman Catholic
537
United StatesThe Civil WarOffer of MediationQuestion Mr Hopgood
543
County Surveyors Ireland BillCommitteecontinued
569
576
575
510
617
MONDAY JUNE 16
625
Courts of the Church of Scotland Bill No 141 House in Committee
633
Queens Colleges Ireland Question Mr HennessyAnswer Sir Robert Peel
637
By whom Application for Registration to be madeAfter Debate
649
Particulars to be furnished to RegistrarClause amendedOn
663
Lunacy Scotland BillCommitteecontinued
673
Channel IslandsMotion
693
Clergy Relief Bill Bill 132Order for Committee readAfter Debate House
707
THURSDAY JUNE 19
719
Lewis
731
Amendment Mr Milner Gibson agreed
753
instead thereof Question put
767
Majority 25
797
Limitation of Property and Proxy ClaimsAmendment
801
The British Star NewspaperAmendment
823
MONDAY JUNE 23
861
Amendment
907
Amendment withdrawnOriginal Question put and agreed toResolution
963
New Zealand Bill H L No 104Moved That the Bill be now read
969
Ordered That William Isaacs Clerk to Mr Boodle Solicitor at Cheltenham and John
979
Police and Improvement Scotland Bill Bill 133considered in Committee
981
That the Law relating to Church Rates may be beneficially settled by combining
997
Resolution That the Chairman be directed to move the House That leave
1027
THURSDAY JUNE 26
1073
The German Legion at the Cape of Good HopeReply Sir George Lewis
1103
Drainage Ireland Bill Bill 145considered in Committee
1105
That the words proposed to be left
1197
MONDAY JUNE 2
1201
Marriages Ireland Bill Bill 69considered in CommitteeMotion That
1203
CanadaNew ZealandQuestion Mr Arthur MillsAnswer Mr Chichester
1213
In the Committee
1221
To leave out from the word That to the end of the Question in order to add
1227
left out stand part of the Question Amendment withdrawnMain
1281
United StatesThe Civil WarExplanation Lord Brougham
1283
Additional Clause Mr Harvey Lewis agreed
1319
THURSDAY JULY 3
1321
Red Sea and India Telegraph Company Bill No 70Order of the Day
1329
Roman Catholic Inspectors of SchoolsQuestion Mr HaliburtonAnswer
1335
Juries Bill Bill 172As amended considered Additional Clause Man
1343
Thames Embankment Bill Bill 162Order for Committee readMotion
1353
WAYS AND MEANSconsidered in Committee
1363
100
1379
to 5 agreed
1399
Hudsons Bay CompanyCommunication with British ColumbiaMotion that
1405
Mersey Irwell c Protection BillMotion That the Bill be now read
1417
The Diplomatic ServiceObservations Mr Baillie Cochrane
1429
Omnibus Fares in the MetropolisObservations Mr DawsonAnswer
1447
Poor Relief Ireland No 2 Bill Sir Robert Peel Bill 180Order
1451
Somerset
1453
to 20 agreed
1475
MONDAY JULY 7
1477
Game Law Amendment No 2 Bill as amended by Select Committee
1491
Journeyman BakersQuestion Mr KinnairdAnswer Sir George Grey
1493
Bleaching and Dyeing Works Act Amendment BillQuestion Lord John
1503
to 41 agreed
1515
The Staffordshire MilitiaQuestion Mr MaguireAnswer Sir George Lewis 1502
1521
to 76 agreed
1527
Additional Clause Sir Robert Peel agreed
1535
Fortifications Provision for Expenses Bill Bill 168Order for Committee
1545
instead thereof Question proposed That the words proposed to
1565
282
1571
545
1573
237
1204
Kidderminster Luke White Esq v Alfred Rhodes Bristow Esq Chiltern
400
1492
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1323
619
238
733
1321
670
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693
1493
1399
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