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FRIDAY, JUNE 27—continued.

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Poor Relief (Ireland) (No. 2) Bill --Committee-continued.

Another Amendment,

After the words "union at large,” to insert the words “ Provided, that every person

so relieved who shall have resided for the period of thirty months, within the five

years next before the commencement of such relief, in some one electoral division

in the said union, shall be charged and chargeable to such electoral division in

which he has so resided, although he may not have resided in the said union for

the full period of five years next before the commencement of such relief as afore-

said.” (Mr. George)

-Question put,

- That those words be there inserted”—The Committee

divided : Ayes 39 ; Noes 71 : Majority 32

1137

Committee report Progress

1137

Markets and Fairs (Ireland) Bill --Question, Lord Naas-Answer, Sir Robert

Peel

... 1137

Army Medical Officers-Question, General Lindsay-Answer, Sir George Lewis 1138
The Thames Embankment Committee-Question, Mr. Ker Seymer- Answer,
Mr. Cowper-Observations, Lord Robert Montagu

1138

SUPPLY-Order for the Committee of Supply read-Motion, " That Mr. Speaker

do now leave the Chair :".

Commercial Treaty with Belgium - Observations, Mr. Layard

... 1150

Procedure of the Irish Courts-Question, Mr. Butt-Answer, The Attorney

General

1150

Parochial Assessments Bill-Question, Colonel Wilson Patten-Answer,

Mr. C. P. Villiers

... 1151

Reserved Captains of the Navy-Amendment,

To leave out from the word “ • That” to the end of the Question, in order to add

the words “a Select Committee be appointed, to inquire into the case of the

Reserved Captains of Her Majesty's Navy," (Sir John Hay)

instead thereof-Question put, “ That the words proposed to be left

out stand part of the Question”- The House divided : Ayes 108 ; Noes

92 : Majority 16

1151

British Forces in India--Observations, Mr. Buxton

Persecution of the Jews at Saratow—Question, Sir Francis Goldsmid-

Answer, Viscount Palmerston

1171, 1195

Spirit Licences--Observations, Mr. Lawson

1181

The Seat of Government in India - Observations, Mr. Grant Duff . 1189

Main Question put, and agreed toSUPPLY considered in Committcc--Com-

mittee report Progress

. 1196

Pier and Harbour Orders Confirmation Bill (Bill 156]-Order for Committee

read-Motion, " That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair"-Amendment,

To leave out from the word “ That” to the end of the Question, in order to add tho

words “this House will, upon this day three months, resolre itself into thic said

Committee,” (Mr. Ellice, St. Andrew's)

instead thereof-Question proposed, “That the words proposed to be left
out stand part of the Question”—Amendment withdrawn- Main Question
put, and agreed to-Bill considered in Committee

1196
(In the Committee.)
Schedule Amendment, to leave out Paragraph 13—Question put, " That

Paragraphı 13 stand part of the Schedule" (Mr. Ellice, St. Andrews)-
The Committee divided : Ayes 37 ; Noes 78: Majority 41

1196
Bill reported; as amended, to be printed [Bill 171]

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MONDAY, JUNE 30- continued.

Canada-New Zealand-Question, Mr. Arthur Mills—Answer, Mr. Chichester

Fortescue

1213

United States--The Civil War-Question, Mr. Hopwood - Answer, Viscount

Palmerston

.... 1213

Thames Embankment - Motion for

"Copy of all Correspondence between the Treasury, the Office of Works, and the

Commissioners of Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues, relating to the works

under the Thames Embankment Bill, and the plans relating thereto.” (Sir John

Shelley)

-Explanation, Lord Robert Montagu-- Motion agreed to-Copy ordered-

(Parl. P. 344)

1214

Fortifications (Provision for Expenses) Bill [Bill 168]— Motion "That the Bill

be now read a second time”-Amendnient,

To leave out from the word " That ” to the end of the Question, in order to add the

words "there be laid before this House, a Return showing the original and every

subsequent Estimate for each work recommended by the Defences Commissioners;

the amount of any Contract for each work ; what proportion of each work is com-

pleted ; and what works can be postponed without injury to the Public Service,"

(Sir Frederic Smith)

instead thereof-Question proposed, " That the words proposed to be
left out stand part of the Question” — Aniendment withdrawn— Main

Question put—The House divided : Ayes 158 ; Noes 56: Majority 102-

Bill read 2, and committed

1222

Fortifications (Provision for Expenses)—[Payment to Bank of England]-Order

for Committee read-

(In the Committee.)

Resolved, That the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury be authorized to direct

the payment to the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, out of the Con-

solidated Fund of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, of the sum of

.£600, as an allowance for the expense of management of the contributions to be

received by the said Governor and Company under any Act of the present Session

for providing a further sum towards defraying the Expenses of constructing Fortifi-

cations for the protection of the Royal Arsenals and Dockyards and the Ports of

Dover and Portland, and of creating a Central Arsenal.

1282

Transfer of Land Bill (Lords) [Bill 101]---considered in Committee

(In the Committee.)

Clauses 39 to 45 struck out--Remaining Clauses agreed to

1282

New Clause D-Amendment (Mr. Solicitor General): to which Amendment

(Mr. Augustus Smith); On the latter Motion, the Committee divided :

Ayes 57 ; Noes 71 : Majority 14—Previous Motion agreed to-Clause,

as amended, agreed to

1282

Bill reported, with Amendments ; to e printed [Bill 176]

1283

Pour Removal (Ireland) Bill Bill 1517-Order for Committee rend-Motion,

"That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair”—The Ilouse divided :

Ayes 66 ; Noes 13: Majority 53 --Bill considered in Committee

(In the Committee.)

Clause 1 (Warrant of Removal to Scotland to be signed by Two Justices or a

Magistrate, and to England or Ireland by the Sheriff or Two Justices)

- Amendment (Sir Frederick Heygate); negatived -- Amendment

(Sir Hervey Bruce); negatived-Clause agreed to-Clauses 2 to 7

agreed to

1283

Committee report Progress

1283

Sheep (Ireland) Bill (Bill 161]-considered in Committee, and reported 1284

Juries Bill [Bill 172]-As amended, considered - Additional Clause (Man-

aging Clerks to Attorneys, &c. exempted from serving on Juries)

(Mr. Deedes) brought up, and read 1°; 2°; amended, and added

1284

WEDNESDAY, JULY 2.

Ballot Bill - Motion, “ That the Bill be now read a second time"- The

House divided : Ayes 126 ; Nocs 211 : Majority 85

... 1297

Marriages (Ireland) Bill [Bill 69]-considered in Committee-Motion, " That

the Chairman do leave the Chair" (Sir Hugh Cairns) ; agreed to-(No

Report)-Bill withdrawn

1313

Metropolis Local Management Acts Amendment Bill (Bill 11]-considered in

Committee

1314

(In the Committee.)

Additional Clause (Mr. Ayrton) (postponed from 30th April) —Consideration

resumed-Clause withdrawn

1314

Additional Clause (Mr. Locke); withdrawn

1314
Additional Clause (Mr. Harvey Lewis); agreed to

1314
Additional Clause (Repealing Section 6 of 18 & 19 Vict., c. 120) (Mr.

Cox) The Committee divided : Ayes 24 ; Noes 47 : Majority 23 1314
Additional Clause (Viscount Enfield); withdrawn

1314
Additional Clause (Persons in receipt of Fees or Poundage not to be eligible

to be elected as Vestrymen, &c.) (Mr. Locke)— The Committee divided :

Ayes 29; Nues 48: Majority 19
Additional Clause (Mr. Ayrton); negatived ..

1314
Additional Clause (Lord Fermoy); agreed to

1314
Bill reported ; as anended, to be printed [Bill 181]

1320

Stipendiary Magistrates Bill (Bill 72]—read 2°, and committed...

Fisheries (Ireland) Bill [Bill 170]-Committee deferred till Friday

1321

Births and Deaths Registration (Ireland) Bill [Bill 207-Order for Committee

discharged-Bill withdrawn ...

... 1321

Thames Embankment Bill (Bill 162]-Observations, Mr, Ayrton

1322

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... 1314

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THURSDAY, JULY 3.
Great Northern and Western (of Ireland) Railway Bill (Lords]-Motion,

“ To re-commit Resolution of Select Committee on Standing Orders, &c. ;
and Committee to report whether Standing Order be dispensed with,
(Colonel Wilson Patten); agreed to

1329

Parochial Assessments Bill (Bill 144]-Order for Committee read – Motion,

“That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair"-Amendment, to leave out

from the word " That” to the end of the Question, in order to add the

words “this House will, upon this day three months, resolve itself into

the said Committee,” (Mr. Knight) instead thereof—Question put, “ That

the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Question”– The House

divided : Ayes 94 ; Noes 41 ; Majority 53— Main Question put, and agreed

to-Bill considered in Committee

(In the Committee.)

Clauses 1 to 6 agreed to, with Amendments

1335

Committee report Progress

1335

Roman Catholic Inspectors of Schools-Question, Mr. Haliburton—Answer,

Mr. Lowe

1335

The "Enterprise" Sloop-Question, Mr. C. Berkeley-Answer, Lord Clarence

Paget

1336

Works in Kensington Gardens--Question, Mr. IIarvey Lewis—Answer, Mr.

Cowper

1337

Thames Einbankment Committee-Question, Mr. Augustus Smithi and Mr.

Garnett-Explanation, Sir John Shelley—Answer, Mr. Cowper . 1337

Thames Embankment Bill (Bill 162]-Order for Committee read--Motion,

“That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair"— Amendment, to leave

out from the word “That ” to the end of the Question, in order to add

the words “the Bill be re-committed to the former Committee,” (Mr.

Doulton) instead thereof-Question proposed, " That the words proposed

to be left out stand part of the Question”-- Amendment withdrawn-

Main Question put, and agreed to--Bill considered in Committee

1345

(In the Committee.)

Clauses 1 to 5 agreed to

1399

Committee report Progress

... 1399

Fortifications (Provision for Expenses) Bill [Bill 168]-Committee deferred till

Monday next

1400

Inclosure (No. 2) Bill (Bill 174]— Motion, " That the Bill be now read the

third time”—Amendment, to leave out from the words “That the" to the

end of the Question, in order to add the words “ Order for the Third

Reading of the said Bill be discharged," (Mr. Peacocke) instead thereof,

Question, “That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the

Question"— Debate arising ; Motion, " That the Debate be now adjourned"
(Mr. Lygon)-Motion withdrawn - Question put- The House divided :
Ayes 72 ; Noes 76: Majority 4-Words added— Main Question, as
amended, put, and agreed to-Order for Third Reading discharged--Bill
re-committed for this day

1400

Poor Relief (Ireland) (No. 2) Bill [Sir Robert Peel] [Bill 180]—Order for

Consideration, as amended, read-Bill re-committed to receivo a Clause-

considered in Committee

1401

(In the Committee.)

Additional Clause (Sir Robert Peel); agreed to

1401

Bill reported

Poor Removal Bill (Bill 151]-considered in Committee

(In the Committec.
Clause (Parties aggrieved by Warrant of Removal may appeal) (Mr. Edward

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FRIDAY, JULY 4.

Mersey, Irwell, &c. Protection Bill - Motion, “ That the Bill be now read a

second time"-Amendment, to leave out the word “now," and at the

end of the Question to add the words “ upon this day three months"

(Mr. Brown Westhead)-Question, “That the word 'now'stand part of

the Question," put, and agreed to-Main Question put-The House

divided : Ayes 97 ; Noes 48 : Majority 49-Bill read 20_Motion, " That

Standing Order No. 8 be suspended in the case of the said Bill ” (Mr.

Brown Westhead); withdrawn-Bill committed

1413

Merchandize Marks, &c. Bill [Bill 98]-considered in Committee

1418

(In the Committee.)

Clause 1 postponed-Clauses 2 to 6 agreed to...

1418

Clause 7 (Penalties)—Amendment (Mr. M*Mahon); withdrawn-Clause

agreed to

Remaining Clauses agreed to

1418

Preamble, Section i-Amendment (Mr. Roebuck); withdrawn-Preamble

agreed to

1419

Bill reported; as amended, to be printed [Bill 187]

1420

Our Relations with Paraguay-Question, Mr. Maguire-Answer, Mr. Layard... 1420

Affairs of Mexico-Question, Mr. J. C. Ewart-Answer, Mr. Layard

1420

The Military Organization of the Irish Constabulary-Question, Mr. Scully-

Answer, Sir Robert Peel

1421

Proclamation of Limerick-Question, Major Gavin-Answer, Sir Robert Peel... 1422
SUPPLY-Order for the Committee of Supply read-Motion, " That Mr. Speaker

do now leave the Chair :'-

The Turkish Loan Commission-Amendment,

To leave out from the word “ That" to the end of the Question, in order to add

the words “ an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, that She will be

graciously pleased to give directions that there be laid before this llouse, a Copy

of any Correspondence which has taken place between Lord llobart and the

Turkish Loan Commission, relative to the extinction of Paper Money at

Constantinople,” (Mr. Darby Griffith)

instead thereof-Question, " That the words proposed to be left out

stand part of the Question," put, and agreed to

1423

The Naval Commander in Chief in India-Question, Sir John Hay-

Answer, Lord Clarence Paget

1427

The Diplomatic Service-Observations, Mr. Baillie Cochrane

1430

Omnibus Fares in the Metropolis-Observations, Mr. Dawson-Answer,

Sir George Grey

1444

The Malt Duties–Observations, Mr. Ball-Answer, The Chancellor of

the Exchequer

1448

Main Question put, and agreed to-SUPPLY considered in Committee-

Committee report Progress

1452

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