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VOLUME CCXXVI.

Statute Law Revision Bill (No. 194)-

Mored, “That the Bill be now read 22,”—(The Lord Chancellor)

Motion agreed to:—Bill read 22 accordingly, and committed to a Committee

of the Whole House To-morrow.

[July 26.]

Aliens and Naturalization Bill (H.L.) (No. 226)—
Alkali Works Bill [w.l.] (No. 227)
Chain Cables and Anchors Bill [a.l.] (No. 228) –
Issue of Writs during Recess Bill [H.L.) (No. 229)—
Meeting of Parliament Bill (1.l.] (No. 230)
Parliamentary Proceedings (Oaths and Costs) Bill (A.l.] (No. 231)—
Public Schools Bill (1.l.] (No. 232)—

Were severally presented (The Lord Chancellor); read la

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COMMONS, MONDAY, JULY 26.
MERCHANT SHIPPING ACTS AMENDMENT (No. 2) BILL AND UNSEAWORTHY

SHIPS BILL-

Notices, Sir Charles Adderley, Mr. Dillwyn

COMMERCIAL TREATIES WITH FRANCE, ITALY, AND AUSTRIA Question, Mr.

Butler-Johnstone; Answer, Mr. Bourke
CIVIL SERVICE (IRELAND)-SALARIES—Question, Mr. William M'Arthur;

Answer, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach

Poor LAW - NEWPORT PAGNEL UNION DISMISSAL OF MR. HAMMETT

HAILEY-Question, Dr. Lush; Answer, Mr. Sclater-Booth

ARMY - YEOMANRY

VOLUNTEERS — PAY OF ADJUTANTS—Question,
Colonel North ; Answer, Mr. Gathorne Hardy

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION—THE REPORT-Question, Mr. Monk; Answer,

The Chancellor of the Exchequer

Post OFFICE TELEGRAPHS AND RAILWAY COMPANIES Question, Mr.

Monk; Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

NAVY—THE MARINE LIGIT INFANTRY_PAY OF OFFICERS Question, Mr.

Gorst; Answer, Mr. Hunt

PUBLIC BUSINESS THE SAVINGS BANKS BILL —Question, Mr. Lyon

Playfair ; Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

PUBLIC BUSINESS--PUBLIC WORKS LOANS BILL-LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOANS

BILL–Observations, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

PUBLIC BUSINESS-POLLUTION OF RIVERS BILL-Question, Mr. Ripley;

Answer, Mr. Disraeli

MERCANTILE MARINE DETAINING UNSEAWORTHY Ships-Question, Mr.

Eustace Smith ; Answer, Sir Charles Adderley

PUBLIC BUSINESS—THE MERCHANT SHIPPING Acts-Question, Lord Francis

Hervey ; Answer, Sir Charles Adderley
ARMY-ARTILLERY-HEAVY GUNS--Question, Captain Price; Answer, Lord

Eustace Cecil..

EUROPEAN ASSURANCE SOCIETY ARBITRATION ACT-APPOINTMENT OF MR.

REILLY-Question, Mr. Stacpoole; Answer, The Attorney General

CHINA — MURDER OF MR. MARGARY AT MANWINE — Question, Sir George

Campbell; Answer, Mr. Bourke

MERCHANT SHIPPING Act, 1873 — THE BARQUE STANLEY" Question,

Mr. Gourley; Answer, Sir Charles Adderley

MERCANTILE MARINE - ROCKET APPARATUS Question, Lord Claud J.

Hamilton; Answer, Sir Charles Adderley

PUBLIC BUSINESS, OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON ACT AMENDMENT BILL

-Question, Mr. Mundella; Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross

COUNTY COURTS-IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT-CASE OF WILLIAM SMALLBONES

- Personal Explanation, The Attorney General

ARMY-THE SUMMER MANEUVRES—COMPENSATION FOR DAMAGE TO CLOTHES

AND ACCOUTREMENTS — Question, Colonel Kingscote; Answer, Mr.

Gathorne Hardy

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[July 26.]

Agricultural Holdings (England) (re-committed) Bill (Lords)

(Bill 222]—

Bill considered in Committee [Progress 23rd July]

After some time spent therein, Committee report Progress; to sit again

To-morrow, at two of the clock.

Militia Laws Consolidation and Amendment (re-committed) Bill

(Bill 202]-

Bill considered in Committee Progress 19th July]

After short time spent therein, Bill reported; as amended, to be con-

sidered upon Thursday.

Offences against the Person Act Amendment Bill (Bill 155)—

Pollution of Rivers Bill [Bill 252)-

Savings Banks Bill (Bill 192]-

Severally withdrawn.

SHERIFFS SUBSTITUTE (SCOTLAND) SALARIES-

Order for Committee read :-- Moved, “That Mr. Speaker do now leave

the Chair"

Amendment proposed, 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.

Ramsay) --instead thereof.

After short debate, Question put, " That the words proposed to be left

out stand part of the Question :"_The House divided , Ayes 57; Noes

29: Majority 28.

Main Question proposed, “That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair.”

Mored, “That the Debate be now adjourned,”—(Mr. Stacpoole:)-Question

put, and negatived.

Main Question, “ That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair," put, and

agreed to :-Matter considered in Committee.

A Resolution agreed to; to be reported To-morrow, at Two of the clock.

East INDIA, AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS, &o. [SUPERANNUATIONS] —

Considered in Committee

A Resolution agreed to; to be reported To-morrow, at Two of the clock.

Ecclesiastical Commission Act Amendment Bill-Ordered (Mr. Secretary Cross, Sir

Henry Seluin-Ibbetson, Mr. Cubitt); presented, and read the first time (Bill 266]

Restriction on Penal Actions and Redemption of Penalties Bill-Ordered (Sir

Henry Selvin-Ibbetson, Mr. Secretary Cross); presented, and read the first time

[Bill 267)

Sanitary Law (Dublin) Amendment Bill — Ordered (Mr. William Henry Smith,

Sir Michael Hicks-Beach); presented, and read the first time [Bill 268]

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COMMONS, TUESDAY, JULY 27.
MERCHANT SHIPPING ACTs—SCREW STEAMERS CARRYING GRAIN—Question,

Mr. Wilson; Answer, Sir Charles Adderley

PARLIAMENT - ARRANGEMENT OF PUBLIC BUSINESS - MERCHANT SHIPPING

ACTS AMENDMENT (No. 2) Bill--Questions, Mr. Dillwyn, Mr. Sullivan,
Mr. J. G. Talbot, The Marquess of Hartington, Mr. Goldsmid ;

Answers, Mr. Disraeli, Mr. Speaker

Moved, “That Government Orders of the Day shall have precedence on Tuesdays and

Wednesdays for the remainder of the Session,"—(Mr. William Henry Smith.)

After short debate, Moved, " That the Debate be now adjourned,”-(Mr.

Newdegate :)—After further short debate, Question put, and negatived.

Original Question put :- The House divided ; Ayes 173, Noes 19;

Majority 154.

CRIMINAL LAW-SENTENCE ON JOIN O'BRIEN—Question, Mr. Sullivan ;

Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross

CRIMINAL LUNATIC ASYLUM, DUNDRUM — JANE HANLON — Question, Mr.

French ; Answer, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach

PARLIAMENT—Rights OF PRIVATE MEMBERS—Question, Observations, Mr.

Newdegate

Moved, "That this House do now adjourn,”—(Mr. Newdegate :)—After

short debate, Motion, by leave, withdrawn.

Agricultural Holdings (England) (re-committed) Bill (Lords)

[Bill 222]

Bill considered in Committee Progress 26th July]

After some time spent therein, Committee report Progress; to sit again

this day.

It being now Seven of the clock, the House suspended its Sitting.

The House resumed its Sitting at Nine of the clock.

Agricultural Holdings (England) (re-committed) Bill (Lords)

[Bill 2227-

Bill considered in Committee

After some time spent therein, Committee report Progress; to sit again

To-morrow.

East India Home Government (Appointments) Bill--Resolution (July 26] reported,

and agreed to :--Bill ordered (Mr. Raikes, Lord George Hamilton, Mr. William Henry

Smith); presented, and read the first time [Bill 272]

Sheriffs Substitute (Scotland) Bill— Further proceeding on Report resumed :-Reso-

lution (July 26] reported, and agreed to :-Bill ordered (Mr. Raikes, The Lord Advocate,
Mr. Secretary Cross); presented, and read the first time [Bill 273]

COMMONS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28.
CRIMINAL LAW – THE SPALDING MAGISTRATES_CASE OF SARAH CHANDLER

-Question, Mr. R. Power; Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross

POLLUTION OF RIVERS-LEGISLATION Question, Mr. Tennant; Answer,

Mr. Sclater-Booth

PARLIAMENT – ORDER OF Business-Question, Observations, Mr. Mitchell

Henry ; Reply, Mr. Speaker
Mored, "That this House do now adjourn;":—(Mr. Mitchell Henry :)

After short debate, Motion, by leave, withdrawn.

Agricultural Holdings (England) (re-committed) Bill (Lords)

[Bill 222]--

Bill considered in Committee [Progress 27th July]

After some time spent therein, Committee report Progress; to sit again

To-morrow.

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