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TUESDAY, JUNE 3.

The Slave Trade-Treaty with the United States-Observations, Lord

Brougham

279

Public-houses (Scotland) Acts Amendment Bill (No. 84]- Moved, That the

House do now resolve itself into a Committee upon the said Bill -- Amend-

ment (The Earl of Airlie), to leave out ("now") and insert (“' on the 13th

instant")—After short Debate, Amendment (by leave) withdrawn-Original

Motion agreed to-House in Committee accordingly

279

Clauses 1 to 13 agreed to

281

Clause 14 (Police to report Persons licensed from whose Premises Persons in

a State of Intoxication had been seen frequently to issue, or against

whom there is other Cause of Complaint)-Amendment (The Earl of

Camperdown), to omit the Clause-On Question, Whether the said

Clause shall stand part of the Bill ? their Lordships divided : Contents

39; Not.Contents 17: Majority 22—Amendment negatived-Clause

agreed to-Division List

281

Clauses 15 to 21 agreed to

282

Clause 22 (Persons falsely representing themselves to be Travellers liable in

a Penalty)- Amendment (Viscount Melville), to omit the Clause-On

Question, Whether the said Clause shall stand part of the Bill? their

Lordships divided : Contents 33 ; Not-Contents 24 : Majority 9—Amend-

ment negatived—Clause agreed to

282

Clauses 23 to 32 agreed to

284

Clauses 33 to 36 struck out

284

Remaining Clauses agreed to

284

Report of Amendments to be received on Tuesday the 17th instant-[No. 96] 284
Peace Preservation (Ireland) Bill (No. 106]— Moved, That the Bill be now read
3*—After Debate, agreed to — Bill read 3* accordingly, and passed

284
Royal Assent, 30th June—(25 & 26 Vict., c. 24)

Duchy of Cornwall Lands (Completion of Arrangements) Bill-

“ Bill to authorize the Completion, after His Royal IIighness Albert Edward Prince of

Wales shall attain the Age of Twenty-one Years, of Arrangements commenced

during his Minority, under the Provisions of an Act passed in the Session of

Parliament held in the Seventh and Eighth Years of the Reign of Her Majesty

Queen Victoria, intituled, “An Act to enable the Council of Ilis Royal Ilighness

Albert Edward Prince of Wales to sell and exchange Lands and enfranchise Copy-

hold Parcel of the Possessions of the Duchy of Cornwall, to purchase other Lands,

and for other Purposes''

-presented by the Duke of Newcastle, and read 1* [No. 97]

289

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536

FRIDAY, JUNE 13-continued.

Scotland (Board of Supervision for the Relief of the Poor)— Roman Catholic

Children-Petition presented by the Marquess of Normanby

Oxford University Bill [No. 88]-read 2", and committed to a Committee of the

Whole House on Monday next

MONDAY, JUNE 23.

Court of Chancery-Order of 16th May respecting Printing—Petition presented,

Lord Brougham

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Landed Property Improvement (Ireland) Act Amendment Bill [No. 81],

House in Committee-Bill reported, without Amendment ...
The Queen's Prison Discontinuance Bill (1862)—“ Bill for the Discontinuance

of the Queen's Prison, and Removal of the Prisoners to Whitecross Street

Prison"-presented by the Lord Chancellor, and read 1* [No. 115]

Jurisdiction in IIomicides Bill (No. 98]—read 2", and committed to a Com-

mittee of the Whole House on Friday next

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TUESDAY, JUNE 24.

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New Zealand Bill (1. .] [No. 104]—Moved, That the Bill be now read 2*—

After short Debate, agreed to-Bill read 24 accordingly, and committed to a

Committee of the Whole House on Thursday next.

965

Public-houses (Scotland) Acts Amendment Bill [No. 96)-Moved, that the

Report of the Amendments be now received — Amendment (The Earl of

Minto), to leave out from “ That" to the end of the Motion, and insert

“the House do now again resolve itself into a Committee on the said Bill”

–After Debate, on Question, Whether the words proposed to be left out

stand part of the Motion ? their Lordships divided : Contents 68; Not-

Contents 22: Majority 46-Resolved in the Affirmative-Division List -

The Original Motion agreed to; the Amendments reported accordingly ;

Amendments moved and negatived ; Amendments made ; Bill to be read 3a

on Thursday next; and to be printed as amended [No. 122]

970

Game Laws, &c.—Night Poaching-Observations, Lord Berners-Motion (The

Earl of Malmesbury) for an Address for

* Copy of a Memorial addressed to the Secretary of State in December 1861, by the

Chief Constables of Twenty-eight Counties in England and Wales, on the Subject of

the Game Laws ; And also,

Copy of the Report of the Chief Constable of Huntingdonshire to the last Court of

Quarter Sessions held for that County on the Subject of the Game Laws."

- Motion agreed to-(Parl. P. 125)

975

Game Amendment Bill (11. L.]—“Bill further to amend the Laws in England

relative to Game" presented by Lord Berners, and read 1* [No. 123] 980

East Gloucestershire Railway Bill-Contempt of this House—On the Motion of

the Duke of Richmond,

Ordered, That William Isaacs, Clerk to Mr. Boodle, Solicitor at Cheltenham, and John

Preston, Town Crier at Cheltenham, do attend at the Bar of this House on Thursday

next, at four o'clock, in reference to their Conduct with regard to the Signatures to

the Petition of Barbara Robinson and others, of Cheltenham, presented on the 22nd

of May last, praying to be heard by Counsel against the “ East Gloucestershire Rail-

980

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TUESDAY, JULY 1.

United States-The Civil War-Explanation, Lord Brougham ...

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Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Bill (No. 112]-Mored, That the Bill be now read

24—Amendment (The Duke of Richmond), to leave out (" now?'), and

insert (" this day six months”) -- After Debate, Amendment withdrawn-

Original Motion agreed to-Bill read 2* accordingly, and committed to a

Committee of the Whole House on Monday next

1285

Bishops in Heathen and Mahomedan Countries Bill [No. 124]—Order of the
Day for the Second Reading discharged, and Bill withdrawn

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Bishops in Heathen Countries Bill_"Bill for facilitating the appointment of

Bishops for Heathen Countries” presented by the Bishop of Oxford, and
read lo [No. 140]

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FRIDAY, JULY 4.

East Gloucestershire Railway Bill-Contempt of this House-On the Motion

of The Lord Chancellor, the Order for the Attendance of William

Isaacs and others at the Bar of the House in reference to this matter

discharged, and a Select Committee appointed to inquire into the circum-

stances—Committee nominated

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Ordered, That William Isaacs, Clerk to Mr. Boodle, Solicitor at Cheltenham, and John

Preston, Town Crier at Cheltenham, Robert Sole Lingwood, Solicitor at Cheltenham,

and Charles William Maisey, Clerk to the said Robert Sole Lingwood, and William

Boodle, Solicitor at Cheltenham, do attend the above Committee on Monday next,

at Eleven o'Clock, in reference to their Conduct with regard to the Mode of

obtaining Signatures to the said Petition of Barbara Robinson and others of

Cheltenham, presented on the 22nd of May last

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Hudson's Bay Company, Communication with British Columbia — Motion, that

an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty for

“1. Copies or Extracts for Correspondence between the Secretary of State for the

Colonies, the Governments of Canada and British Columbia, and the Hudson's Bay

Company, respecting the Establishment of a means of Communication between

Canada and British Columbia.”

“ 2. Copies or Extracts from Correspondence between the Secretary of State for the

Colonies and the Hudson's Bay Company respecting the Renewal of the Licence to

trade in the Indian Territory which expired in 1859.”

“ 3. Copies or Extracts from any Correspondence between the Government and the

Hudson's Bay Company respecting the withdrawal of the Red River, Satckachewan,

and Swan River Territories from under the control of that Company, and their

Erection into a Colony depending directly upon the Crown (The Earl of

Donoughmore)

-Paragraph No. 3 withdrawn-Motion, as amended, agreed to 1404

Crown Private Estates Bill [No. 89]-read 2*, and committed to a Committee

of the Whole House on Monday next

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