Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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T.C. Hansard, 1867 - Great Britain
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Contents

Resolution agreed to
117
COMMONS TUESDAY MARCH 19
121
Turnpike Trusts Bill
139
4
145
National Gallery Enlargement Bill
159
6
173
FLOGGING IN THE ARMYQuestion Mr Darby Griffith Answer Sir John
177
NAVYPADDLE WHEEL STEAMERSMoved
209
STRAITS SETTLEMENTSNEW APPOINTMENTSQuestion Mr OReilly Answer
225
95
243
Trades Unions Bill No 44
267
ARMYMEDICAL OFFICERSQuestion Mr Synan Answer Sir John Pakington
281
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILLPARTS OF LINDSEYQuestion Mr Banks
293
NAVYNAVAL ENGINEERSObservations Sir Edward Dering Reply Lord
313
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeNAVY ESTIMATES
321
CLERICAL VESTMENTS BILLObservations The Earl of Shaftesbury
347
Ecclesiastical Titles Act Repeal Bill
363
Metropolitan Poor Bill No 45
387
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
447
Sale and Purchase of Shares Bill Bill 38
449
PENSION TO MR YOUNG AGRICULTURAL AND HISTORICAL POETExplanation
453
COMMONS MONDAY MARCH 25
465
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILLBOROUGH FRANCHISE
469
Industrial Schools Ireland Bill Bill 171
557
Public Health Scotland Bill
559
Public Libraries Scotland Acts Amendment BillOrdered Mr Ewart
633
Dublin University Professorships Bill No 48
705
COMMONS THURSDAY MARCH 28
725
ARMYTHE HOUSEHOLD CAVALRY REGIMENTSQuestion Mr Owen Stanley
731
Question Mr Darby
733
Moved That the Commissioners of Her Majestys Treasury be authorized to guarantee
743
The Committee divided Ayes 247 Noes
763
And after long time spent therein Committee report Progress to sit again
795
ROYAL NAVYMotion
813
IRELANDREPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE Question Mr Esmonde Answer
817
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
841
IRELANDTHE TYRONE MAGISTRACYQuestion Colonel Stuart Knox Answer
875
After long debate Question That the words proposed to be left out stand
887
GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG
909
Question Mr Sandford Answer Lord
933
102
963
Original Question put
971
Criminal Lunatics Bill No 55
975
Bunhill Fields Burial Ground Bill
997
Master and Servant Bill
1059
Marine Mutiny Bill
1063
Spiritual Destitution Bill Bill 27
1069
LORDS THURSDAY APRIL 4
1099
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILLARRANGEMENT OF BUSINESSQuestion
1103
Tenants Improvements Ireland Bill Bill 29
1159
LORDS FRIDAY APRIL 5
1165
110
1167
London Chatham and Dover Railway No 3 Bill
1169
Parliamentary ReformRepresentation of the People Bill Bill 79continued
1171
After debate Question put That the words proposed to be left out stand
1199
COMPENSATION TO OWNERS OF SLAUGHTERED CATTLEQuestion Mr Fordyce
1227
FEES OF RETURNING OFFICERSQuestion Mr Kekewich Answer
1239
WITNESSES HOUSE OF COMMONSMoved
1377
Criminal Law Bill Bill
1415
Mines c Assessment Bill Bill 33
1417
The House divided Ayes 253 Noes 166
1443
AGRICULTURAL GANGSObservations The Earl of Shaftesbury Reply
1475
121
1477
BRIDGES IRELAND BILLQuestion Mr Esmonde Answer Mr Hunt
1483
123
1511
Metropolis Gas Bill Bill 45continued
1575
124
1581
Amendment proposed
1599
Question again proposed That those words be there inserted
1699
After further short debate Motion by leave withdrawn
1781
126
1783
FACTORY BILLQuestion Mr Bright Answer Mr Walpole
1787
Vaccination BillOrdered Lord Robert Montagu Mr Gathorne Hardy Mr Hunt
1827
Public Houses c Regulation Bill Bill 83
1849
GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBURGQuestion Earl Russell Answer The Earl
1869
ARMYCOMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTQuestion Captain Vivian Answer
1873
Amendment proposed in page 2 line 5 to leave out the words two years
1887
The Committee divided Ayes 197
1907
Metropolis Gas Bill Bill 45
1913
Public Health Scotland Bill Bill 89
1925
INDIAOFFICERS OF THE LATE INDIAN ARMYQuestion Major Jervis Answer
1937
After further short debate Moved That the debate be now adjourned
1939
PROPOSED REFORM MEETING IN HYDE PARKINTERFERENCE OF THE GOVERN
1955
To leave out from the word That to the end of the Question in order to add the words
1993
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
2019
AGRICULTURAL WOMEN AND CHILDRENRESOLUTIONMotion
IRELANDTYRONE MAGISTRATESPostponement of MotionSir John Gray 392
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLEDISFRANCHISED BOROUGHSQuestion
Answer Lord Naas
1879
Division List Ayes and Noes
1175
699
1102
128
1199
391
453
139
564
MEXICAN BONDHOLDERSQuestion Mr Harvey Lewis Answer Lord Stanley 279
395
798
311
160
1955
UNJUST WEIGHTS AND MEASURES CONVICTIONS Question Mr Roebuck
813
471
166
665
280
LANDLORD AND TENANT IRELAND BILLQuestion Mr Gregory Answer
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILLAmendments Mr Gladstone

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