Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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Contents

Colonial Governors Retiring Pensions Bill Bill 133
133
IRELANDBELFAST Riots
139
Fire Brigrade Metropolis Bill Bill 153
153
HARBOURS OF REFUGEResolution
163
Theatres c Bill Bill 64
181
County Courts Equitable Jurisdiction Bill Lords Bill 150
183
Tests Abolition Oxford Bill Bill 85
185
Local Government Supplemental No 5 BillMr Baring ordered read 1
209
Penalties Law Amendment Bill Bill 213
213
PRINCESS OF WALESANSWER TO ADDRESS 8th June reported
249
NAVY AND ARMY EXPENDITURE
257
RAILWAY TRAVELLING Question Colonel Greville Answer Mr M Gibson 262
263
Sugar Duties and Drawbacks Bill Bill 198
277
Inland Revenue recommitted Bill Bill 207
303
EXHIBITION OF MINIATURES AT KENSINGTONQuestion Earl Stanhope Answer
333
DIVISIONS OF THE HouseSTANDING ORDER No 25NEW STANDING ORDERS
347
COURTS OF Justice BUILDING BILL
359
ARMYTHE ARMSTRONG AND WHITWORTH GunsQuestion Mr H Baillie
365
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
399
Peace Preservation Ireland Act 1856 Amendment Billpresented read 10 Bilziservation
427
British North AMERICA The CONFEDERATIONObservations Mr Cardwell
439
LAHORE BISHOPRIC BiliQuestion Mr Henry Seymour Answer Sir C Wood
447
Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put and agreed
471
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
497
Greenwich Hospital Bill Bill 212
499
Salmon Fishery Act 1861 Amendment Bill Bill 220
513
Partnership Amendment Bill No 123
517
Pier and Harbour Orders Confirmation
527
REVIEWS OF THE MILITIAQuestion Lord Burghley Answer The Marquess
539
Railway Construction Facilities Act 1864 Amendment
593
Colonial Docks Loans Bill Bill 226
595
Educational and Charitable Institutions Bill Bill 97
609
Bill 2197
651
Motion made and Question proposed That the Bill be now read a second
777
COMMONS MONDAY JUNE 26
823
Committee on the Bill
837
Greenwich Hospital Bill No 179
855
Land Debentures reland Bill No 113
859
Clerical Subscription Bill Lords Bill 1997
879
PROROGATION OF THE PARLIAMENT Question Mr Charles Forster Answer
913
DIVISIONS OF THIS HOUSE
917
PUBLIC MUSEUMS c
969
COMMONS FRIDAY JUNE 30
981
TRANSPORT SERVICE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND INDIAObservation Mr Ayrton
1023
Land Debentures Bill No 112
1033
Trries to LAND IN INDIA Question The Marquess of Clanricardo Answer
1037
LEEDS BANKRUPTCY COURT c Continued
1045
PENSION TO MK WINSLOW LATE MASTER IN LUNACYPersonal Explanation
1139
THE DISSOLUTION OF THE PARLIAMENTObservations Earl Granville Reply
1143
THE INDIAN ARMYQuestion The Earl of Longford Answer Lord Dufferin
1159
WEDNESDAY SITTINGSSuspension of Standing Order
1163
ROMAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY IN IRELANDQuestion Mr Hennessy Answer
1177
By virtue of Her Majestys Commission under the Great Seal to us and other Lords
1189
PRIVATE BILLS
1195
THIRD SERIES
1225
Peace Preservation Ireland Act Continuance
663
FORTIFICATIONS AND WORKSCommittee
7
To be reported Tomorrow
15
ITALY_CAPTURE OF BRITISH SUBJECTS BY BRIGANDSQuestion Mr Darby
PORTS OF NORTH AND South SHIELDSQuestion Sir Matthew Ridley
33
Metalliferous Mines No 2 Bill u Was presented by the Lord Rosse read
43
Roman Catholic Oath Bill Bill 86
5
THE SATURDAY HalfHOLIDAY AND THE CIVIL SERVICE Question Mr Ayrton
9
COMMITTEE OF SELECTIONSpecial Report
9
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