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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1S.
Dublin University.–Right Hon. James Whiteside, o. George A

esq., Steward of the Manor of Northstead.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21.
Leominster—Captain the Hon. Charles Spencer Bateman Hanbury

Willoughby, esq., Member of Council for India.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24.
York County (West Riding).—Sir John William Ramsden, Bart

Goderich, now Earl of Ripon.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25.
Worcester County (Eastern Division).-Hon. Frederick Henry William

thorpe, o. Colonel Rushout, now Lord Northwick.

MONDAY, FEBRURY 28.
Marylebone—Edwin John James, esq., o. Viscount Ebrington, Manor of Nor

FRIDAY, MARCH 4.
Midhurst—John Hardy, esq., o. Samuel Warren, esq., Steward of Northstead

TUESDAY, MARCH 8.
Oxford University.-- The Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, Lord High Con

sioner of Ionian Islands. -Re-elected. Bury St. Edmunds.-Lord Alfred Hervey, o. Earl Jermyn, now Marquess of Brist

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9. Wilts (Northern Division). --Right Hon. Thomas Henry Sutton Sotheron Estcoun

Secretary of State.-Re-elected. Tewkesbury.--The Hon. Frederick Lygon, Commissioner of the Admiralty. - Re

elected.

THURSDAY, MARCH 10. Sussex (Western Division). -Earl of March, President of the Poor Law Board.— Re

elected.

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on. James Whiteside, o. George Alexander IIamilton, 1 of Northstead.

Charles Spencer Bateman Hanbury v. John Pollard E Council for India.

"ir John William Ramsden, Bart., o. Viscount

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Hon. Frederick Henry William Gouglı Cal. Lord Northwick.

THIRD SESSION OF THE SEVENTEENTH PARLIAMENT OF THE

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,
APPOINTED TO MEET 30 APRIL1857, AND FROM THENCE
CONTINUED TILL 3 FEBRUARY, 1859, IN THE TWENTY-SECOND
YEAR OF THE REIGN OF

o. Viscount Ebrington, Manor of Northstead.

2 Warren, esq., Steward of Northstead.

Glliam Ewart Gladstone, Lord High Commis

0. Earl Jermyn, now Marquess of Bristol.

aomas Henry Sutton Sotheron Estcourt,

Commissioner of the Admiralty. - Re

'resident of the Poor Law Board. - Re

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18.
Dublin University.—Right lion. James Whiteside, v. George

esq., Steward of the Manor of Northstead.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21.
Leominster—Captain the Hon. Charles Spencer Bateman Hanbury

Willoughby, esq., Member of Council for India.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24.
York County (West Riding).—Sir John William Ramsden, Bart

Goderich, now Earl of Ripon.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25.
Worcester County (Eastern Division). ---Hon. Frederick Henry William

thorpe, o. Colonel Rushout, now Lord Northwick.

MONDAY, FEBRURY 28.
Marylebone –Edwin John James, esq., o. Viscount Ebrington, Manor of Nor

FRIDAY, MARCH 4.
Midhurst —John Hardy, esq., v. Samuel Warren, esq., Steward of Northstead

TUESDAY, MARCH 8.
Oxford University.-The Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, Lord High Com

sioner of Ionian Islands. Re-elected. Bury St. Edmunds.-Lord Alfred Hervey, o. Earl Jermyn, now Marquess of Brist

WEDNESDAY, March 9. Wilts (Northern Division).—Right Hon. Thomas Henry Sutton Sotheron Estcour

Secretary of State. -Re-elected. Tewkesbury.--The Hon. Frederick Lygon, Commissioner of the Admiralty.-Re

elected.

THURSDAY, MARCH 10. Sussex (Western Division).--Earl of March, President of the Poor Law Board. - Re

elected.

HANSARD'S

PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES,

IN THE

OF

THIRD SESSION OF THE SEVENTEENTH PARLIAMENT OF THE

UNITED KINGDOM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,
APPOINTED TO MEET 30 APRIL, 1857, AND FROM THENCE
CONTINUED TILL 3 FEBRUARY, 1859, IN THE TWENTY-SECOND
YEAR OF THE REIGN OF

HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA.

FIRST VOLUME OF THE SESSION.

HOUSE OF LORDS, was pleased to make a most gracious

Speech to both Houses of Parliament, as Thursday, February 3, 1859.

follows :Minutes.] Sat First in Parliament.--The Lord Dunfermline, after the Death of his Father ;

My Lords, and Gentlemen, The Lord Lyons, after the Death of his Father;

In recurring, at the usual Season, The Lord Poltimore, after the Death of his Father; The Lord Skelmersdale, after the to the Advice of My Parliament, I Death of his Father; The Farl of Aylesford, am happy to think that, in the interafter the Death of his Father. Took the Oaths. -Sir John Buller Yarde Buller, nal State of the Country, there is Baronet, having been created Baron Churston was (in the usual Manner) introduced ; The nothing to excite Disquietude, and Right Ilonourable Thomas Pemberton Leigh, much to call for Satisfaction and having been created Baron Kingsdown-was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Thankfulness. Pauperism and Crime Public Bılls.-- 1 Select Vestries ; Law of Pro- have considerably diminished during perty and Trustees Relief Amendment.

the past year, and a Spirit of general MEETING OF THE PARLIAMENT.

Contentment prevails.
THE
THE PARLIAMENT which had been

prorogued successively to the 19th The Blessing of the Almighty on October, the 19th November, the 13th the Valour of My Troops in India, January, and the 3rd February, met this and on the Skill of their Commandday for Despatch of Business.

The Session of Parliament was opened ers, has enabled Me to inflict signal by THE QUEEN in Person.

Chastisement upon those who are still

in Arms against My Authority, whenTIIE QUEEN'S SPEECH.

they have ventured to encounter THE QUEEN being seated on the Throne, and the Commons being at the My Forces; and I trust that, at no Bar, with their Speaker, II ER MAJESTY distant Period, I may be able to anVOL. CLII. (THIRD SERIES).

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