Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, Volume 209

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Contents

134
133
Deans and Canons Resignation Bill
135
time Bill 12
137
SUPPLYOrder for Committeecontinued
163
Parliamentary and Municipal Elections Bill
171
CHOICE OF A SPEAKER
181
Burial Grounds Bill No
199
Irish Church Act Amendment Bill 1 L Presented The Earl of Dufferin
201
WATER SUPPLY METROPOLISQuestion Mr KayShuttleworth Answer
221
Mines Regulation Bill
231
Education Scotland Bill
249
Reformatory and Industrial Schools Bill Bill 257
257
Registration of Borough Voters BillOrdered Mr Vernon Harcourt Mr Whitbread
277
HOUSE OF COMMONS PAPERS
287
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE LORDS BILLSRESOLUTION
305
Contagious Diseases Acts 1866 and 1869 Repeal Bill
347
Viscount Enfield
467
Parochial Schools Scotland Bill L Presented The Lord Kinnaird read la 130
493
Corrupt Practices Bill Bill 22
515
Pacific Islanders Protection Bill
521
ARMYTHE LATE MILITARY SECRETARYQuestion Mr Anderson Answer
551
Public Health Bill
593
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCILAPPOINTMENT OF SIR ROBERT
605
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE PARLIAMENTS AND OFFICE OF THE GENTLEMAN
643
Imprisonment for Debt Abolition Ireland BillOrdered Mr Attorney General
763
the ChairMr Osborne Morgan
795
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ACTRESOLUTIONScontinued
803
After some time spent therein Committee report Progress to sit again
815
February 19
825
Marriage with a Deceased Wifes Sister Bill Bill 14
837
VACCINATION LAWSMOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE
863
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCILAPPOINTMENT OF SIR ROBERT
875
Royal Parks and Gardens Bill Bill 17
915
RAILWAY COMPANIES AMALGAMATIONMOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE
945
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
1007
RAILWAY COMPANIES AMALGAMATION
1017
LENTEN AMUSEMENTSQuestion Mr Melly Answer Mr Bruce 1022
1023
PARLIAMENTBUSINESS OF THE HOUSERESOLUTIONS
1039
Amendment proposed
1063
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
1097
SUPREME COURT OF FINAL APPEAL_Question Observations Lord West
1307
LEGAL EXPENSES OF GOVERNOR EYREQuestions Mr Bowring Answers
1321
1384
1383
Public Parks Ireland BillOrdered Mr M Clure Mr William Johnston presented
1485
Education of Blind and Deaf Mute Children Bill Bill 267
1501
Municipal Corporations Ireland Law Amendment BillOrdered Mr Sherlock
1515
ARMYTROOPS SENT FROM INDIA TO THE CRIMEAQuestion Mr Haviland
1527
THANES EMBANKVEST ACQUISITION OF LAND Observations The Chan
1619
FOREIGN ENLISTMENT ACTTHE STEAMERS MIDLAND AND GREAT
1639
METROPOLISPORT OF LONDON CUSTOM HOUSE QUAY Question
1643
WELSH COUNTY COURT JUDGESRESOLUTIONAmendment proposed
1657
NAVYNAVAL GUNS Question Sir James Elphinstone Answer
1725
Thames Embankment Bill
1741
SUPPLY_REPORTResolutions March 8 reported 1844
1751
Carruolaid Answer
1755
COUNTY COURTS WALES
1843
PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS SCOTLANDMOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE
1853
Fires Bill Bill 7
1885
County Courts Small Debts BillOrdered Mr Bass Mr William Fowler
1931
IRELANDLANDLORD AND TENANT ACTTHE IRISH BOARD OF WORKS
1947
COMMONS MONDAY MARCH 11
1955
SUPPLY_Order for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
2003
ARMY_CANDIDATES FOR COMMISSIONS Question Lord Elcho Answer
2011
ARMYMILITIA STOREHOUSES IN COUNTIESQuestion Lord George Hamilton
THANKSGIVING IN THE METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL COMMITTEE
OUTRAGE ON THE QUEEN_Observations Earl Granville
GAME Laws COMMITTEEQuestion Mr Carnegie Answer Mr Bruce 1392
CHINATHE COOLIE TRAFFICAPPOINTMENT OF MR CALDWELLQuestion
METROPOLISNEW COURTS OF JUSTICEQuestion Mr Cavendish Bentinck
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCILAPPOINTMENT OF SIR ROBERT
JUDICATURE COMMISSIONCOUNTY COURT JUDGES AT LIVERPOOLQuestion
IRELANDSTATE OF WESTMEATHQuestion Mr Smyth Answer
LAW OF RATING IRELAND
REFORMATORY AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLSQuestion Mr OReilly Answer
Municipal Corporations Borough Funds Bill Ordered Mr Leeman Mr Mun
MEETING OF THE PARLIAMENT
MR SPEAKERS RETIREMENTVOTE OF THANKS TO MR SPEAKER
RAILWAY AMALGAMATIONObservations Questions The Earl of Airlie 606
TREATY OF WASHINGTONTHE ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CASESQuestion
TREATY OF WASHINGTON TRIBUNAL OF ARBITRATION GENEVATHE

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