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swer Mr Hibbert
99
Yconsidered in Committee Post OFFICE PACKET SERVICE
103
3 Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 167575
123
5 Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 1115080
135
Conveyancing Scotland Bill No 141
141
Government of Ireland Bill
147
After further short debate Motion by leave withdrawn
149
Noxious BUSINESSES7 8 VICT C 84
151
Landlord and Tenant Ireland Act 1870 Amendment BillOrdered
167
Rating Liability and Value Billcontinued
171
Grand Jury Presentments Ireland BillOrdered Mr Heron Colonel White
267
VISIT OF THE SHAH OF PERSIAQuestion Mr Bowring Answer Viscount
271
Valuation Bill Bill 147
317
Post OFFICEMAIL CONTRACTSCAPE OF GOOD HOPE AND ZANZIBAR
319
Rating Liability and Value Bill Bill 146
321
Peace Preservation Ireland Acts Continuance Bill No 123
331
Viscount Enfield
353
fill Bill 357
357
Honday next
405
Register for Parliamentary and Municipal Electors Bill
411
Rock of Cashel Billcontinued
413
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATESCLASS IV EDUCATION SCIENCE
415
this should be done There could be no Beauchamp E Clanbrassill L
425
S DEVASTATION Question Observations The Earl
427
Railway and Canal Traffic Bill Bill 171
481
E Caith Sundridge L D
483
VISIT OF THE SHAH OF PERSIA Question Mr Denison Answer
493
CRIME IN IRELANDMOTION FOR RETURNS
513
Law Agents Scotland Bill Bill 150
541
rder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
551
THE MAGISTRACY
573
Game Birds Ireland Bill H L Presented The Viscount Powerscourt read
633
Agricultural Children Bill No 102
721
Navy PROMOTION AND RETIREMENTMOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE
751
Education of Blind and DeafMute Children Bill Bill 53
795
Roads and Bridges Scotland Billcontinued
807
Factory Acts Amendment Bill Bill 477
819
RAILWAY CASUALTIESMOTION FOR RETURNS
831
CENTRAL ASIATHE ATTREK VALLEYQuestion Mr Bourke Answer
841
Petitions of Right Ireland BillOrdered Mr Butt Sir Colman OLoghlen
905
Goschen 1909
909
Rating Liability and Value Bill Bill 146
933
PETITION OF LEONARD EDMUNDS ESQUIRE
963
INDIAN APPEALS Observations Lord Stanley of Alderley Reply
979
MERCHANT SHIPPING Act 1871 DRAUGHT OF BEAGOING VESSELS
1061
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES ARTSRESOLUTION
1085
ARRIVAL OF THE SHAH OF PERSIA
1135
Clerical Justices Disqualification and Justices of Peace Qualification Bill
1149
ARMYCOST OF DEPÔT CENTRESQuestion Mr Wharton Answer
1163
Hypothec Abolition Scotland Bill Bill 21
1171
ARMY CANDIDATES FOR COMMISSIONS Questions Observations Lord
1217
1622
1345
RAILWAYSQuestion The OConor Don Answer Mr Baxter 1309 Moved That the Bill be now read a second time Mr Mitchell
1373
That the Bill be now read a second timeMr Knatchbull
1389
Belper L
1407
Mr Grant Duff 1416
1415
Post OFFICEMAIL CONTRACTSCAPE OF Good HOPE AND ZANZIBAR
1445
SUPPLYconsidered in Committee
1451
Municipal Elections Cumulative Vote Bill
1465
AGRICULTURAL RETURNS FOR SCOTLAND Question Observations Lord
1485
MERCHANT SHIPPING AOT UNSEAWORTHY SHIPS THE DRUID
1497
Juries Bill Bill 35
1505
RATES SCOTLANDRESOLUTION
1521
ARMYRECRUITS_Personal Explanation The Duke of Cambridge
1523
SIR SAMUEL BAKERS EXPEDITIONObservations Earl Granville
1547
After long time spent therein Committee report Progress to sit again
1605
ARMY HONORARY COLONELS OF CAVALRY REGIMENTS Question
1623
The House resumed its Sitting at Nine of the clock
1643
Monastic and Conventual Institutions Bill Bill 62
1669
SOUTH SEA ISLANDERSQuestion Observations The Earl of Belmore
1693
Canterbury Archp Bath M Teller
1703
Answer Mr Stansfeld
1705
Supreme Court of Judicature Bill Lords Bill 154
1755
Registration Ireland BillOrdered The Marquess of Hartington Mr Secretary Bruce
1757
SOOTCH AND IRISH PEERAGEMOTION FOR AN ADDRESS
1779
And it being now five minutes to Seven of the clock the House suspended
1805
Entailed and Settled Estates Scotland Bill Bill 130
1831
Prevention of Frauds on Charitable Funds Bill No 122
1847
CHURCH DISCIPLINE LETTERS OF THE PRIMATESQuestions Viscount
1851
SANITARY STATUTES IRELANDQuestion Mr Bruen Answer The Mar
1863
Conspiracy Law Amendment Bill Bill 190
1889
Elementary Education Act 1870 Amendment Application for School Board
1893
PARLIAMENTARY AND MUNICIPAL ELECTORS BILL Question Mr C
1895
EAST AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE TREATY WITH THE SULTAN OF ZANZIBAR
1897
HABITUAL DRUNKARDS BILLQuestion Mr D Dalrymple Answer
1901
842
1915
Hope and Zanzibar with the Union Steam Ship Company be approvedMr
1917
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ACT 1870SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION Question
1919
Ecclesiastical Commissioners Bill u L Presented The Lord President read
1923
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ENGLISH AND SCOTCH CODESQuestion
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
1527
1
Beaufort D
LICENSING ACT IN IRELANDQuestion Mr Cogan Answer The Marquess
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THE MAURITIUS ECCLESIASTICAL ESTABLISHMENTS Question Major
of Hartington The SUPERANNUATION BILL Question Mr Mellor Answer Mr Gladstone
PARLIAMENT PUBLIC BUSINESS GENERAL VALUATION IRELAND BILL
Post OFFICE_TELEGRAPH STATIONS IN GALWAYQuestion Mr Heron
Roads and Bridges Scotland Bill Bill 45
THE ALABAMACOMPENSATION FOR BRITISH PROPERTYQuestions

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