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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14.

Purchase and Sale of Commissions--Question of Sir De Lacy Evans

Salutation of the Host-Malta-Question of Mr. Darby Griffith

Medals for the Troops in India-Question of Mr. Bland

Fire Insurance Duty-Question of Mr. Hadfield ...

The “Charles et Georges”-Question of Mr. Kinglake

Postal Communication with Ireland-Question of Mr. Ormsby Gore

Medical Officers in the Navy-Question of Sir Erskine Perry

Reform Bill for Scotland - Question of Sir John Ogilvy

Admiralty Returns-Question of Mr. Richardson

The Land Transport Corps-Question of Lord Adolphus Vane-Tempest

Savings Banks Account --Question of Mr. Hankey

Government Advertisements-Question of Mr. G. Clive

Appointment of W. F. Higgins, Esq.—Question of Mr. G. Clive

Opium Trade in China-Question of Mr. Gilpin ...

Public Monies-Question of Sir Francis Baring

Highways Bill—Bill read 2°

East India Loan-Motion of Lord Stanley, that the House will resolve itself into

a Committee to raise Money for the Service of India on Friday next-Motion

agreed to

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15.

City of London Union Bill-Motion of Mr. Crawford, that the Bill be read a

Second Time-Amendment of Mr. Alderman Copeland, that the Bill be read

a Second Time this Day Six Months-Amendment agreed to by a Majority of

32-Bill put off for Six Months...

Mersey Docks and Harbour Bill-Order for Second Reading read— Amendment

of Mr. Toliemache to postpone the Second Reading a Week negatived by a

majority of 79-Bill read 2°

Military Executions in India—Question of Mr. Richardson

Resting Places for Porters and Drinking Fountains-Question of Mr. Slaney

Assizes in Yorkshire-Question of Mr. Charlesworth

Decorations of the Bath-Question of Lord Hotham

The Appointment of a Master in Lunacy-Question of Mr. G. Clive

...

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15-continued.
Subsidies to Telegraph Companies--Question of Lord C. Paget ...
Rating of Government Property-Question of Mr. Wilson
Lunatics—Motion of Mr. Tite for a Select Committee-Motion agreed

Select Committee appointed
Bankruptcy and Insolvency-Motion of Lord John Russell for leave to brin

a Bill-Leave given
Turnpike Tolls and Bridges— Motion of Mr. Alcock for an Address to
Majesty-House counted out

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16
Tramways (Ireland) Bill— Bill read 2
Marriage Law Amendment Bill-Order for Second Reading read-Amen

of Mr. Beresford Hope, that the Bill be read a Second Time this Da

Months-Amendment negatived by a Majority of 58-Bill read 2

Admission of Baron Mayer Amschel De Rothschild

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17.

The Persian Expedition- The Indian Army, &c.-Question of Colonel S

Telegraph to Alexandria-Question of Mr. Crawford

Parliamentary Reform (Ireland) Question of Mr. Bland

Chinese Tariff and Trade Regulations-Question of Mr. Gregson

The Ballot in New South Wales-Question of Mr. Dillwyn

Land Transport Corps-Question of General Codrington

The Colonies—Question of Colonel Sykes

Real Estate Intestacy-Motion of Mr. Locke King for leave to bring i

Leave given-Bill read lo

Newspapers, &c. - Motiou of Mr. Ayrton for leave to bring in a B

given-Bill read 1°

Education-Motion of Viscount Melgund that the Annual Vote of Mone

cation in Great Britain should henceforth be divided into tis

one for England and the other for Scotland-Motion negatived

Edinburgh Annuity Tax

Motion of Mr. Black for leave to bring
Leave given-Bill read 1°

Registration of County Voters (Scotland)—Motion of Sir E. Colebro

to bring in a Bill- Leave given-Bill read lo

Marriage Law Amendment Bill — Bill considered in Committee

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18.

Indian Loans-Question of Mr. Robertson
Recruiting in the Army--Question of Captain Vivian
Endowed Schools (Ireland)

Question of Mr. Serjeant Deasy
Consul in Japan-Question of Mr. Wyse
Supply of Guano-Question of Mr. Caird
The Navigation Laws—Observations of Mr. Hutt

Colonial Postage-Question of Mr. Steuart

New Foreign Office-Question of Sir Benjamin Hall

The Commission on Army Clothing-Observations of Mr. Turn

The “Charles et Georges”– Question of Mr. Kinglake

East India Loan-House in Committee

Superannuation Bill—Bill read 2°...

...

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21.

Woolwich Exemption Bill-Order for Second Reading read

Mr. Tite that the Bill be read a Second Time this Day Six
ment agreed to—Bill put off for Six Months
The Irish Constabulary-Question of Mr. Maguire
General Thanksgiving-India-Question of Mr. Richardson

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21 - continued.

Page

The Nelson Column-Question of Mr. Laurie ...

... 602

Attempted Murder of the Rev. Mr. Nixon-Question of Sir Henry Keating ... 603

The Ionian Islands-Question of Mr. Headlam ...

605

Smithfield-Question of Mr. T. Duncombe

605

Sale of Liquor (Scotland)-Question of Viscount Melgund

606

Fees to Magistrates' Clerks--Question of Mr. Adams

606

Business of the House-Observations of Sir John Pakington

606

Church Rates—Motion of Mr. Walpole for leave to bring in a Bill—Motion

agreed to

610

East Indian Loan-Resolution agreed to—Bill ordered to be brought in

659

Markets (Ireland) Bill—Bill read 2°

661

Lunatic Poor (Ireland) Bill— Bill read 2 --Moved that the House resolve itself

into Committee this Day fortnight-Amendment of Mr. Bagwell that the Bill

be referred to a Select Committee-Amendment withdrawn-Bill Committed

for Monday, 7th March

666

Local Assessment Exemption Abolition-Motion of Mr. Sotheron Estcourt for

leave to bring in a Bill—Leave given-Bill read 1°

672

Poor Law Board-Payment of Debts-Motion of Mr. Sotheron Estcourt for

leave to bring in a Bill – Leave given-Bill read 1°

674

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22.

The New Territories in India - Question of Mr. Kinnaird

692

The Principality of Dhar-Question of Mr. J. B. Smith

693

The Queen's Colleges in Ireland—Question of Lord Dunkellin ...

694

The Consular Establishment at Japan-Question of Mr. Wise ...

694

Reports of Inspectors of Education-Motion of Mr. W. Cowper for an Address

-Motion, by leave, withdrawn

695

Masters and Operatives— Motion of Mr. Mackinnon for leave to bring in a Bill

Leave given

714

Evidence by Commission-Motion of Mr. Young for leave to bring in a Bill—

Leave given-Bill read 1°

715

Conveyance of Voters—Motion of Mr. Collier for leave to bring in a Bill-

Leave given-Bill read 1°

... 716

Manslaughter-Bail upon Coroner's Inquisition-Motion of Mr. Adams for leave

to bring in a Bill— Leave given-Bill read 1° ...

732

Tolls on Bridges (Metropolis) Motion of Mr. Alcock for an Address-Motion, by

leave, withdrawn

734

Municipal Elections Bill-Bill read 2°

735

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23.

Church Rates Commutation Bill—Order for Second Reading read—Amendment

of Mr. Collins that the Bill be read a Second Time on Monday next— Amend-

ment agreed toSecond Reading deferred till Monday next...

738

Elections, &c. Bill-Order for Second Reading read-Debate adjourned till

Wednesday next

740

Juries (Ireland) Bill - Second Reading deferred till Wednesday, 9th March 741

Manor Courts, &c. (Ireland) Bill-Committee deferred till after the other Orders

of the Day

741

Receivers in Chancery (Ireland) Abolition, &c. Bill—Second Reading deferred

till Thursday, 3rd March

743

Manor Courts (Ireland)—Compensation, &c. Bill— House in Committee

744

The Manor Courts, &c. (Ireland) Bill-Bill considered in Committee

749

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24.

Attack on the Rev. Mr. Nixon-Question of Mr. McMahon

766

Education in Scotland-Question of Sir William Dunbar

London Bridge-Works There-Question of General Codrington

767

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. Second Reading read-Amendment of
ond Time this Day Six Months—Amend-
Months

Mr. Maguire

on of Mr. Richardson

600

602

602

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24-continued.

The Operations in China—Medals and Prize Money-Question of Sir George

Pechell

767

Seizure of the “Herald" by the Portuguese-Question of Mr. Ayrton

768

Surveyors of Taxes-Question of General Buckley

769

Navy Medical Service-Question of Sir Erskine Perry

769

Paper-Weighing-Case of Messrs. Rawlins—Question of Mr. Craufurd

769

The Army—The Band Charge-Question of Mr. Laurie

770

Army Veterinary Surgeons-Question of Mr. Alexander Baring

771

Manning the Navy-Question of Sir Charles Napier

771

French Vessels on the British Coast--Question of Sir C. Napier

771

The Navy Estimates-Observations of Sir John Pakington

772

Education and Christianity in India-Notice of Motion withdrawn by Mr.

Warren

773

Navy-Motion for Returns Moved for by Sir Charles Napier—Motion negatived 779

Agricultural Statistics—Motion of Mr. Čaird relnting to the Periodical Publica-

tion of the Agricultural Statistics of Great Britain-Motion negatived by a

Majority of 11 ...

780

Trial by Jury (Scotland)-Motion of Mr. Dunlop for leave to bring in a Bill-

Motion agreed to

788

Roman Catholic Oath-Motion of Mr. FitzGerald that the House resolve itself

into a Committee to consider the Act in Relation to the Oath-Motion agreed

to by a Majority of 9-House in Committee-Bill ordered to be brought in ... 789

Bleaching and Dyeing Works— Motion of Mr. Crook for leave to bring in a Bill-

Motion negatived by a Majority of 78

834

County Prisons (Ireland)-Motion of Mr. Cogan for Returns-Motion negatived
by a Majority of 53

836

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28.

Transit of Troops to India—Question of Sir De Lacy Evans

Atlantic Telegraph Company-Question of Mr. Moffatt

The “Newport”-Question of Mr. Crawford

Representation of the People—Motion of the Chancellor of the Exchequer for

leave to bring in a Bill to Amend the Laws relating to the Representation of
the People-Amendment of Mr. Baxter to include Scotland and Ireland-
Amendment withdrawn—Leave given-Bill read 1°
Title to Landed Estates Bill-Bill read 20

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TUESDAY, MARCH 1-continued.

Page

Fishery Laws (Ireland) --Question of Mr. J. D. FitzGerald

1054

Manning the Navy--Question of Admiral Duncombe

... 1055

Torture of a For—Question of Mr. C. C. Clifford

1055

Consular Offices in Japan-Question of Mr. Monckton Milnes

... 1056

The Right of Visit—Question of Mr. Chichester Fortescue

1057

Immigration of Indian Coolies into the French Colonies--Question of Mr.

Kinglake

1057

Ministerial Resignations-Explanations of Mr. Walpole and Mr. Henley 1058
Merchant Shipping—Motion of Mr. Lindsay for a Select Committee-Amend-

ment of Mr. Crawford to add certain words to the Motion, agreed to-Motion,
as Amended, agreed to

1068

Appeal in Criminal Cases Bill-Motion of Mr. McMahon for leave to bring in a

Bill—Leave given-Bill read 1°

1112

Endowed Schools (No. 2) Bill - Motion of Mr. Dillwyn for leave to bring in a

Bill-Leave given-Bill read 10

1113

Petitions of Right Bill-Motion of Mr. Bovill for leave to bring in a Bill-Leave

given—Bill read 10

1114

WEDNESDAY, MARCII 2.

Real Estate Intestacy Bill— Order for Second Reading read- Amendment of

Lord William Grabam, that the Bill be read a Second Time this Day Six

Months-Amendment agreed to by a Majority of 195—Bill put off for Six

Months

1117

Newspapers, &c. Bill—Bill read 2°

1157

Conveyance of Voters Bill-Order for Second Reading read-Amendment of

Mr. Hunt, that the Bill be read a Second Time this Day Six Months-Amend-

ment negatived by a Majority of 19–Bill read 20

1157

THURSDAY, MARCH 3.

Registers of Titles (Scotland)-Question of Mr. Caird

... 1170

Charitable Institutions (Scotland)-Question of Mr. Mackie

... 1170

The Highways Bill-Question of Mr. H. A. Bruce

... 1171

County Voters-Question of Mr. Dodson

... 1171

The Stade Dues—Question of Mr. J. L. Ricardo

... 1172

Superannuation Allowances—Question of Sir Henry Willoughby

The Clock Tower--Question of Mr. Hankey

... 1173

The New Foreign Office-Question of Mr. Coniugham

... 1174

Prisons and Workbouses (Ireland)—Question of Mr. Macartney...

1174

The Army Estimates--Question of Mr. Wilson

1175

Jews Act-Motion of Mr. T. Duncombe for Leave to bring in a Bill-Amendment

of Mr. Newdegate withdrawn-Amendment of Mr. Walpole, that it be re-

ferred to a Select Committee Amendment agreed to-Select Committee

appointed

1175

Colonial and Foreign Wood--- Motion of Mr. Mitchell for a Repeal of the Duties

on Foreign and Colonial Wood-Motion negatived by a Majority of 56 1189

Excisable Liquors (Scotland)-Motion of Viscount Melgund for a Select Com-

mittee-Amendment of Sir A. Agnew for a Royal Commission-Amendment

agreed to-Motion as Amended agreed to

1202

The West Indies-- Motion of Mr. Buxton for a Select Committee - Motion, by

leave, withdrawn

1219

County Courts Bill - Motion of Sir Stafford Northcote for leave to bring in a Bill

- Leave given-Bill read 1°

1237

Marriage Laiv Amendment Bill-Order for Third Reading read— Amendment of

Mr. Beresford Hope, that the Bill be read a Third Time this Day Six Months

- Amendment negatived by a Majority of 48-Bill read 3° and passed 1238

Manor Courts (Ireland) Bill-House in Committee

1239

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