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HANSARD'S

PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES,

THIRD SERIES.

COMMENCING WITH THE ACCESSION OF

WILLIAM IV.

29° VICTORIÆ, 1866.

VOL. CLXXXII.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM

THE TWELFTH DAY OF MARCH 1866,

TO

THE TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF APRIL 1866.

Second volume of the Session.

LONDON:
PUBLISHED BY CORNELIUS BUCK,
AT THE OFFICE FOR HANSARD'S PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES,

23, PATERNOSTER ROW [E.C.]

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LONDON PRINTED BY CORNELIUS BUCK, 23, PATERNOSTER ROW.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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LORDS, MONDAY, MARCH 12.
NAVY-TURRET SHIPS-CAPTAIN COWPER COLES—Moved,
"That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty requesting that the Report of the

Committee of Naval Officers appointed to examine the Design of a Turret Ship designed

by Captain Cowper Coles, should be laid before this House,"-(Lord Dunsany)
After debate, Motion agreed to.

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[March 12.)

Land Tax Commissioners' Names Bill—Ordered (Mr. Childers, Mr. Chancellor of the

Exchequer)

Trusts (Scotland) Bill-Ordered (The Lord Advocate, Mr. Solicilor General for Scotland,

Sir George Grey); presented, and read the first time. (Bill 65]
Summary Procedure (Scotland) Bill — Ordered (The Lord Advocate, Mr. Solicitor

General for Scotland, Sir George Grey); presented, and read the first time. [Bill 64]
Poor Relief (Scotland) Bill-Ordered (The Lord Advocate, Mr. Solicitor General for

Scotland, Sir George Grey); presented, and read the first time. [Bill 66]
Writs Registration (Scotland) Bill - Ordered (The Lord Advocate, Mr. Solicitor

General for Scotland, Sir George Grey); presented, and read the first time. (Bill 63]

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COMMONS, TUESDAY, MARCH 13.
MR. Dodson, the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, sat as

Deputy Speaker.
ARMY VENTILATING GUSSETS Question, Colonel Sykes; Answer, The
Marquess of Hartington

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Poor RELIEF (SCOTLAND) Question, Mr. Crum-Ewing; Answer, The Lord

Advocate

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Public Schools —Question, Sir Stafford Northcote; Answer, Sir George Grey 135

EGYPT-THE SUEZ CANAL-Question, Mr. D. Griffith; Answer, Mr. Layard 135

MUNICIPAL SAVINGS BANKS — Question, Colonel Wilson Patten; Answer, The

Chancellor of the Exchequer

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CATTLE DISEASE-RINDERPEST AMONG SHEEP—Questions, Mr. Long; Answer,

Mr. H. A. Bruce

137

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY (IRELAND)-Question, Sir Hugh Cairns; Answer, The

Attorney General for Ireland

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TURNPIKE Trusts-Question, Mr. Whalley ; Answer, Mr. Baring

139

THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT - Question, Sir FitzRoy Kelly; Answer, The

Chancellor of the Exchequer

139

OUTDOOR Customs OFFICERS-Question, Mr. Blake ; Answer, Mr. Childers 140
ARMY-ARTILLERY-WOOLWICH ARSENAL - Question, Sir Matthew Ridley ;
Answer, The Marquess of Hartington

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TRE TAME VALLEY VIADUCT-Question, Sir Robert Peel; Answer, Mr. M. Gibson 140

Parliamentary Reform-Representation of the People Bill-

ADJOURNED DEBATE-SECOND NIGHT - DEBATE RESUMED.

After long debate, Motion made, and Question, " That the Debate be now

adjourned,”-(Sir Rainald Knightley)-put, and negatived :-Original

Question put, and agreed to.

Bill ordered (Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir George Grey, Mr. Villiers);

presented, and read the first time. [Bill 68]

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Real Estate Intestacy Bill-Ordered (Mr. Locke King, Mr. Bouverie, Mr. Coleridge);

presented, and read the first time. (Bill 69]

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