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Heygate Answer Mr Gladstone
155
Parochial Schools Scotland recommitted Bill Bill 215
215
Dublin Freemen Commission Bill Bill 189
225
Fortifications Provision for Expenses Bill Bill 223
231
Telegraph recommitted Bill Bill 233
233
Militia Pay BillPresented and read the first time
235
Amendment proposed
267
Mr Cardwell 324
323
Johnston 352
351
Question put and negatived
363
Debate resumed
401
POLLUTION OF RIVERS Question Mr Dodds Answer Mr Knatchbull
453
Motion That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put and agreed
495
SUPPLYResolutions July 12 reported
515
EXTRADITION TREATY WITH FRANCEQuestion Lord Chelmsford Answer
555
Main Question proposed That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair
633
Short debate thereon
651
Lord Dufferin
665
Bankruptcy Bill No 208
677
Mr Otway 682
681
Short debate thereon
697
INDIARED SEA ROUTE TO INDIAObservations Sir James Elphinstone
711
To leave out from the word That to the end of the Question in order to add
723
RAILWAY ACCIDENTSQuestion Observations Sir Henry SelwinIbbetson
725
PARLIAMENT
747
TABLE OF CONTENTS
755
INDIA RAILWAY EXTENSION Question Mr Kinnaird Answer
797
IRELANDAGRARIAN CRIMEQuestion Sir Frederick W Heygate Answer
839
Capital Punishment Abolition Bill Bill 71
859
Game Laws Scotland Bill Lord Elcho Bill 36
879
passed
889
NAVYFRESH WATER FOR THE FLEETQuestion Sir John Hay Answer
893
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATESconsidered in Committee
907
debate Vote agreed to 24 7380 to complete the sum for Probate Court Ireland
911
Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 145667 c Mr
949
Vote agreed to 53 31147 to complete the sum for Local Dues on shipping 966
967
sented and read the first time Bill 245 978
977
Contagious Diseases Animals Bill No 217
989
WAYS AND MEANSOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question
1013
August 9
1015
HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT PLANS FOR NEW DINING ROOMS AND LADIES
1055
Fisheries Ireland Bill No 236
1067
HERTS CONSTABULARYQuestion Mr C Reed Answer Mr Bruce 1086
1087
After further short
1245
MALT Tax_Question Sir George Jenkinson Answer The Chancellor
1247
Consolidated Fund Appropriation Bill
1281
Bill passed and sent to
1285
UNITED STATESCONSULATE AT CHICAGOQuestion Mr Bowring Answer
1293
Canada Ruperts Land Loan Bill Bill 253
1323
Metropolitan Board of Works Loans Bill Bill 238
1335
Government of India Act Amendment Bill Lords Bill 150
1361
ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE
1395
ASSESSED Tax PAPERS Questions Sir George Jenkinson Answers
1407
Motion by leave withdrawn
1441
Endowed Schools No 2 recommitted Bill Bill 154
1465
APPOINTMENT OF REVISING BARRISTERSQuestion Colonel French Answer
1487
Merchant Shipping and Navigation Bill
1499
IRISH CHURCH BILL
1523
NEW COURTS OF JUSTICEQuestion Mr Monk Answer The Chancellor
1529
Commons
1539
APPOINTMENT OF REVISING BARRISTERSQuestion Mr West Answer
1541
THIRD SERIES
1545
Railway GUARDS AND PASSENGERS COMMUNICATIONQuestion Mr J
1577
Accounts c Presentation Bill Presented and read the first time Bill 240
PRISONS RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTIONMOTION FOR RETURNS
CATTLE PLAGUEFOOT AND MOUTI DISEASEQuestion Mr J Lowther
773
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ANIMALS BILLSLAUGHTER OF CATTLEQuestion
1
Greenwich Hospital Bill No 165
1
778
Tenure Ireland Bill No 36
9
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSETHE IRISH CHURCH BILLObservations Earl
11
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
13
Moved in Clŗuse 2 not to insist on the Amendment to which the Commons
7
Presentation of Benefices belonging to Roman Catholics c Bill 1
1
Bankruptcy Bill No 154
15
NEW WRITS ISSUED
17
THE COLNE FISHERYQuestion Dr Brewer Answer Mr Bruce 1493
15
NEW ZEALAND Observations The Earl of Carnarvon Reply Earl
19
PARLIAMENTMOSAICS IN THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT Question Mr
21
Committee appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing
SLAVE TRADE FROM THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDSQuestion Mr P A Taylor
For Antrim v Rear Admiral George Henry Seymour C B deceased
9
Special and Common Juries Bill Bill 175
796
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Pagina 231 - An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay, Clothing, and contingent and other Expenses of the Disembodied Militia in Great Britain and Ireland; to grant Allowances in certain Cases to Subaltern Officers, Adjutants, Paymasters, Quartermasters, Surgeons, Assistant-Surgeons and Surgeons' Mates of the Militia ; and to authorize the Employment of the Non-Commissioned Officers.
Pagina 885 - And will you maintain and preserve inviolably the settlement of the Church of England, and the doctrine, worship, discipline, and government thereof, as by law established in England...
Pagina 53 - Act ; and all such rules shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament within fourteen days after the making thereof. if Parliament be sitting, and if Parliament be not sitting, then within fourteen days after the next meeting of Parliament...
Pagina 885 - Will you, to the utmost of your power, maintain the laws of God, ' the true profession of the gospel, and the protestant reformed religion established by...
Pagina 721 - ... to render the National Schools successful in improving the general condition of the people. It is not, however, merely through the schools committed to their charge that the beneficial effects of their influence would be felt. Living in friendly habits with the people; not greatly elevated above them, but so provided for as to be able to maintain a respectable station; trained to good habits; identified in interest with the State, and therefore anxious to promote a spirit of obedience to lawful...
Pagina 847 - Father, who wouldest not the death of a sinner but rather that he should turn from his wickedness and live...
Pagina 623 - An Act for the more effectual Suppression of Societies established for seditious and treasonable Purposes, and for better preventing treasonable and seditious Practices...
Pagina 415 - became all powerful in this respect. The " common cry among them was, that they would " not uphold any priest who would not back " them in their proceedings ; and instances " could be produced where this threat was " carried into execution ; and upright individuals " of the clerical body were made the objects of " every species of injustice and persecution. " The dread of poverty and of being cast off by " those to whom they looked for subsistence con" tributed powerfully to make the body at large...

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