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HOUSE OF LORDS, ON A MOTION FOR ADJOURNING THE

CONSIDERATION OF THE ADDRESS TO THE PRINCE OF WALES TO A DISTANT DAY, THE DIVISION WAS AS FOL. LOWS:

AGAINST.

Arch. Cashel Tuam
Duke Leinster
Earl Meath

Drogheda
Granard
Shannon
Clanbravsil
Belvidere
Louth
Arran
Miltown
Charlemont
Grandison
Ross
Clanwilliam
Aldborough
Mountcashel
Portarlington

Farnham
Visc. Mountgarret

Visc. Strangford

Allen
Deser
Clifden
Gasford
Donerailo

Pery
Bishop Waterford

Cloyne
Limerick

Killala
Baron Kinsale

Dunsany Castlestewart Belmore Welles Leitrim Landaff Donoughmore Loftus

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AGAINST. Earl Roden

Lismore Baron Muskery

FOR
Earl Altamont

Visc. Mountmorris
Courtown

Baron Carysford
Mornington

Arden
Against the Adjournment in the Commons.
Hon. Arth. Acheson

George Burdett
Thomas Adderly

Thomas Burgh, (Old Town) George Ager

George P. Bushe Hen. Alcock

William Burton James Alexander

And. Caldwell Hon. Alexander

Hugh Cane Mer. Archdall

Eph. Carroll Sir Fitz Aylmer

Sir H. Cavendish Thomas Burton

Sir H. Colthurst John Blakeney

Right Hon. T. Conolly Sir John Blaquiere

Henry Cope Henry V. Brook

Isaac Corry Arthur Brown

J. L. Cotter Right Hon. W. Brownlow

Roger Cotter Hon. Bruen

Sir E. Crofton George Bunbury

Ath. Dawson

Thomas Dawson

Richard Neville Simon Digby

Sir Edward Newenham Robert Dillon

T. B. O'Flarerty John Dunn

Right Hon. George Ogele George Dunbar

Charles O'Hara Sir Thomas Fetherson Right Hon. John O'Neill Lord Hen. Fitzgerald

Edm. Pery Warden Flood

Thomas Pegatt Hon. William Forward George Ponsonby Sir John Freke

John Preston Daniel Gahan

Joseph Preston Right Hon. Henry Grattan Henry Pritty Godfrey Greene

Thomas Richardson Richard Griffith

William Richardson William Handcock

Hon. Her. Rowly Francis Hardy

Right Hon. H. L. Rowley Travers Hartley

George Sandford Sir Henry Hartstone

Charles Francis Sheridan Henry Hatton

Mich. Smith
Samuel Hayes, (Dunbo) Sir Skeffington Smith
Joseph Hare

John Staples
Sir Francis Hutchinson Sir Annesley Stewart
Denham Jephson

James Stewart (Tyrone) John Hely Hutchinson Hon. John Stratford Lord Jocelyne

Daniel Toler Ger. Jocelyne

Charles Tottenham William Todd Jones

R. Tottenham Sir Allen Johnson

N. Loftus Tottenham Hon. Thomas Knox

John Townshend Sir Hercules Langrishe. James Uniacke Robert Langrishe

Robert Uniacke Charles Leslie

John Usher Thomas Loftus

John Warburton John Metge

Hon. Edvard Ward Alexander Montgomery Augustus Warren John Montgomery

Robert Welsh Nathaniel Mantz Moor Nic. Westley Hon. John Moor

John Wolf John Moor

Hon. Major Cuffe Lodge Morres

Hugh Howard Sir William Morres

J. Leigh Sir Richard Musgrave

Sir James May
Thomas Nesbitt

Thomas Hobson
(Tellers Mr. Grattan and Mr. Conolly.)
VOL. II.

For the Adjournment. Richard Annesley

Theo. Jones Right Hon. J. Beresford Lord Kilwarden Sir J. Browne

Edward King Robert Boyd

Lord Kingsborough Thomas Bugh

David Latouche John Chatterton

John Latouche Theo. Clements

Sir N. Lawless Charles H. Coote

Peter Latouche Henry Coddington

Richard Longfield Maurice Copinger

Mont. Longfield John Craddock

Georges Lowther William Cunningham

R. Magennis Denis Daly

M. Mason Sir Charles Desvoux

John M'Clontack Lord Delvin

Sir R. G. Meredyth James Fitzgerald (Prime Ser- George Molyneux jeant)

Sir L. O'Brien John Fitzgibbon

L. Parsons Sir Fred. Flood

C. Price Alleyne Fitzherbert

Hon. Thomas Packinham T. J. Foster

Sir John Parnell Luke Gardener

George Rawson John G. Leitrim

Richard Penefather Sackville Hamilton

Sir B. Roche Sir J. S. Hamilton

R. Ross J. Harrison

John Reilly L. H. Harmon

Prendergast Smyth Samuel Hayes, (Avondale) William Smith (Westmeath) Sir Hugh Hill

Henry Stewart Lord Headford

Edward Tighe R. Herbert

Fred. Trench Hon. Mr. Hewitt

John Toler R. Hobert

John Tydd Peter Holmes

R. Vowel Sir Richard Johnson

Nat. Warren
R. Johnson (Counsellor)

A. Wolfe
(Tellers, Lord Kilwarden and Mr. Fitzgibbon.)

No. LXXXII.

REPORT

OF THE COMMISSIONERS ON THE POLICE BILL.

(P. 248.)

MR. SPEAKER,

YOUR committee appointed to examine the accounts of the commissioners of police, having met according to order, and called for such papers as appeared to them to be necessary, and also examined several witnesses relative to the state of the said accounts, in the most solemn manner, directed me to report as follows:

Your committee having examined the accounts laid before them by the commissioners of police, do find, that in the two years and a half, which their institution has subsisted, ending the 25th of March last, they have spent more than 51,000l. of the money of the public,

They find further, that the total expence of the first year, including the salaries paid to the commissioners and divisional justices, amounted to 20,1977. 9s. 10d, and of the second year to 19,9811. Os. 2 d. of which sums your committee find that the sum of 9,682l. 13s. 10d. was the charge for the watch in the first year, and 9,5001. in the second year, and that the remainder (being a sum of 10,5141. 16s. in the first year, and 10,4811. Os. 2d. in the second) has been expended in salaries and other charges, which have attended this establishment.

Your committee then proceeded to examine into the particulars of these last sums, and find, that a sum of 4,000l. and upwards has been expended for the police house, and the houses and offices of the divisional magistrates, and of the high and chief constables, and for furniture.

Your committee further find among many other unsuitable and objectionable articles composing the last mentioned sum of 4,000). there is a charge of 138l. 10s. 8d. for looking glasses, and 99l. 88. 3 d. for Wilton and other carpets.

Your committee proceeded further to examine the expence of the police cavalry, and find that above 4,600l. have been expended for the forty horse of the police establishment in the two first years, although it appears to the committee, that the keeping any horse policemen was, and is unnecessary, and consequently that the last mentioned sum was an expence useless to

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