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1. N Act to amend and extend the Corn. with the Commissioners for leasing or otherAvallig Estate Act, 1870.

wise dealing with the excess of acreage over 2. An Act for authorising the working and the four hundred acres.

granting Leases of the Mines and Minerals 5. An Act for authorising the raising of Money under the Settled Estates devised by the Will on the Security of Estates in the county of of Charles Paget, late of Ruddington Grange, Glamorgan, settled by the Will of the Right in the county of Nottingham, deceased; and Honourable Other Archer, late Earl of Plyfor other purposes.

mouth, deceased, and the Application of the 3. An Act to vest in Trustees powers to grant Money for the Improvement of parts of the

Building and other Leases of, and to sell and Estates, in order to render them available as exchange the Estates devised by the Will of

Building Lands; and for extending the Power John Gerard Leigh, Esquire, deceased, and to of granting Mineral Leases conferred by the give other powers to such Trustees for the said Will; and for other purposes. management and improvement of such Estates ; 6. An Act to authorise the sale of certain porand for other purposes.

tions of the Forest of Monar called the 4. An Act for extending the powers exercisable Grazings and Shealings of Glenuiack (other

by virtue of “The Paddington Estate Act, wise Glenuiag) and Pollanby, in the county 1871,” and the therein-recited Acts, by the of Ross, being part of the entailed estates Lessees of the Estate, with the consent of the now held by Sir Arthur George Ramsay Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, of Mackenzie, of Coul, Baronet, and to authorise granting Building or Repairing Leases, and the purchase of other lands to be entailed; of accepting surrenders of existing Leases of

and for other purposes. four hundred acres, part of the Estate (and of 7. An Act for amending “Charles Sheils' Almsgranting new Leases in lieu of the surrendered houses Charity Act, 1864,” and “ Charles Leases), by enabling Agreements to be made Sheils' Almshouses Charity Act, 1866,"

INDEX

TO

HANSARD'S PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES,

IN THE SECOND SESSION OF THE

TWENTY-FIRST PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

38° & 39° VICTORIA,

1875.

EXPLANATION OF THE ABBREVIATIONS.
In Bills, Read 1o, 2o, 3o, or 1a, 2a, 3*, Read the First, Second, or Third Time.-In Speeches'

1R., 2R., 3R., Speech delivered on the First, Second, or Third Reading.--Amendt., Amend-
ment.-Res., Resolution.- Comm., Committee.- Re-Comm., Re-Committal.- Rep., Report.-
Consid., Consideration.-Adj., Adjournment or Adjourned.—cl., Clause.-.add. cl., Additional
Clause.-neg., Negatived. — M. Q., Main Question.-0. Q., Original Question.-0. M., Original
Motion.-P.Q., Previous Question.-R. P., Report Progress.-A., Ayes.-N., Noes.-M., Ma.
jority.—1st. Div., 2nd. Div., First or Second Division.–1., Lords.—c., Commons.
When in this Index a is added to the Reading of a Bill, it indicates that no Debate took

place upon that stage of the measure.
When in the Text or in the Index a Speech is marked thus*, it indicates that the Speech

is reprinted from a Pamphlet or some authorized Report.
When in the Index a t is prefixed to a Name or an Office (the Member having accepted or

vacated office during the Session) and to Subjects of Debate thereunder, it indicates that the
Speeches on those Subjects were delivered in the speaker's private or official character, as the

case may be.
Some subjects of debate have been classified under the following “General Headings :".

ARMY — Navy - INDIA - IRELAND - SCOTLAND PARLIAMENT Poor Law-Post OFFICE-
METROPOLIS — CHURCH OF ENGLAND EDUCATION CRIMINAL LAW - LAW AND JUSTICE —
TAXATION, under WAYS AND MEANS.

ABERDEEN, Earl of
Entail Amendment (Scotland), Comm. cl. 8,

[226] 87

A
BERDARE, Lord
Artizans Dwellings, 2R. [224]459 ; Comm.

cl. 5, 1343 ; cl. 8, 1345 ; cl. 12, 1347 ;

3R. [225] 83
Birmingham (Corporation) Water, 2R. [224]

1776
Chimney Sweepers, 2R. [224] 448
Conspiracy, and Protection of Property, 2R.

[226] 41
Criminal Law- Convict Prison at Gibraltar,

[222] 540
Friendly Societies, 2R. [225] 1128 ; Comm.

cl. 28, Aniendt. 1469
Metropolis — Re-valuation-Rating by Water

Companies, [225] 1733
Police Constables (Scotland), 2R. [225] 1729
Pollution of Rivers, 2R. [224] 550; Comm.

[225] 432; cl. 4, 778; cl. 6, 781 ; cl. 8, 782
Public Health, 2R. [225] 645 ; Report,

cl. 298, Amendt. 1467
Sale of Food and Drugg, Comm. cl. 9, [224]

1899; Report, [225] 944
VOL. CCXXVI. (THIRD SERIES.]

ACLAND, Sir T. D., Devonshire, N.

Agricultural Holdings (England), 2R. Amendt.
225] 492 ; Comm. 1686 ; cl. 5, 1769; Amendt.

1760; Amendt. 1830, 1832, 1843; Amendt.
1844, 1850, 1851, 1852; cl. 6, 1914, 1917,

1920
226] cl. 17, 108: cl. 34, 116; cl. 43, 133; cl. 45,

142; Consid. 589, 591; cl. 7,596
Education Department New Code, 1875,

Motion for an Address, [222] 1520
Enclosure of Lands, [225] 1951
Navy—Training of Cadets—Competitive Es.

aminations, Res. [226] 465
Public Works Loan Acts Amendment, 2R. [224]
Turnpike Trusts, Res. [222] 954

2 H

819

.

222-223-224-225-226.
ADAM, Right Hon. W. P., Clackman- | ADDERLEY, Right Hon. Sir C. B.-cont.
nan, fic.

“ Nuphar,” The, [223] 231
Burntisland Harbour-Lords Amendts. Consid. Overloading, [223] 229
[226] 768

Overloaded Ships-Steamer · Bear," [225]
Metropolis-Street Traffic— Hyde Park Corner,

296 ; 1808, 1809
[223] 723

Passengers Act, 1855 — Inflammable Car-
Supply-Houses of Parliament, [224] 764

goes, [223] 221
Parks and Pleasure Gardens, [226] 574

St. Tudwall's Road Lighthouse, [222] 1608
Repair of Public Buildings, [224] 763

Screw Steamers Carrying Grain, [226] 92
Royal Palaces, [224] 757

Ship" Mary Ann," (222) 664
Wellington Monument, [224] 773

Shipping Disasters, (222) 754, 847
Steamship“ Thornaby,” [222] 1609
Unsea worthy Ships, [223] 27, 469a;

Darent,” The, [225] 1483 ;—“Estella,"
ADDERLEY, Right Hon. Sir C. B. The, ib. ;-Detaining of, [226] 50;-
(President of the Board of Trade),

Prosecutions for, 860
Staffordshire, N.

Merchant Shipping Act, 1854—Pilotage Fund,
Board of Trade-Miscellaneous Questions

[224] 1352

Merchant Shipping Act, 1871 - Passenger
Board of Northern Lighthousee, [223] 602
Night Attendance, [223] 141, 229

Ships, [226] 175, 176

Merchant Shipping Act, 1873–Barque“ Stan-
Bristol Channel - Harbour of Refuge, Res.

ley,” [226] 53
[223] 1157
Consolidated Fund (Appropriation), 2R. [226]

222] Merchant Shipping Acts Amendment, Leare,

124, 818, 1696
660

2237363 ; 2R. 473a, 613, 514, 534, 1285
Copyright — Royal Commission, Issue of a, 225) Comm. 123 ; cl. 4, 129, 130; cl

. 6, 131 ; cl.8,
[226] 144

133; cl.9, 136, 161, 171 ; cl. 10, 175 ; cl. 11,
Dover Pier and Harbour, 2R. (223] 357; No-

ib., 176 ; c. 12, ib., 177, 178, 179, 180, 261,
mination of Committee, 864, 865, 866 ; [225]

262, 263, 266, 267, 269, 270, 272, 273 ;
549

Amendt. 274: cl. 13, ib. ; cl. 14, 276;
Fisheries-Destruction of Sea Fish by Torpe-

cl. 17, 277; cl. 18, 278; cl. 19, 279, 230;
does, (224) 1403

cl. 20, 281, 284, 285, 783, 992, 1860
General Carriers Act (1830), Motion for a

226743
Select Committee, [222] 789

Metropolis Gas Companies, 2R. [224] 617
Ilerne Bay Fishery Act, 1864, [225] 1243
Ireland, Harbour of Ardglass, (225) 254

Metropolitan Gas Companies, [223] 1109

Parliament Public Business, [226] 50
Marine Insurance, Motion for an Address, [222]

Passengers Act, 1855--Surgeons in Passenger
1753
Mercantile Marine-Miscellaneous Questions

Ships, [222] 1604

Railways— Miscellaneous Questions
British Ships, Classified, [226] 554
Coas:ing Vessels, [223] 229

Bathampton Junction, Accident at, [225]

999
· Cospatrick,” Loss of the, [226] 858

Bedford Level, Crossing at, [226] 174
“ Druid,” Case of the
Wreck Register,

Great Western Railway, [223] 468a
1874 and 1875, [225] 550

Ladies' Compartments, [225] 710
Emigrant Vessels, [222] 626

Railway Trains--Passengers and Guards,
Harbours of Refuge, [222] 1050

Communication between, [226] 853
Merchant Seamen's Fund – Pensions to

Sea Fisheries Act, 1868 Poole Harbour
Seamen, [223] 783

Fishery, [225] 1244
Merchant Ships (Measurement of Ton-

Seal Fishery, Close Time for- International
nage). [222] 847
Poole Harbour, [225] 155

Agreement, [222] 1286
Rocket Apparatus, [226] 54

Supply-Board of Trade, [224] 1768, 1763,

1770
Rule of the Road at Sea, [225] 1136

Ramsgate Harbour, [224] 777
“Schiller," Loss of the, [224] 1127

Trade Marks, [223] 137
Seagoing Ships, [224] 1129

226] Unseaworthy Ships, Leave, 145; Comm.
Survey of Passenger Steamers, [225] 91,

397; cl. 1, 401, 402, 407, 411, 412; d, 4,
1212

413; add. cl. 415, 422 ; Consid. Amendt.
Transfer of British Vessels to Foreign

575, 579 ; Amendt. 581 ; Amendt, 582, 583,
Flags, [226] 776

584 ; c. 3, Amendt. 585; cl. 4, Amendt.
Wreck Register, 1874 and 1875, [224]

588 ; 3R. 620, 851
1129; South Coast, Wrecks on the,

[223] 1691
Merchant Shipping Acts-Miscellaneous Ques-
tions

Adulteration of Food Act, 1872
“ Alcedo,” The, [226] 170

Adulteration of Beer, Question, Mr. Staveley
Board of Trade Certificates, [223]1111

Ilill; Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross May 11,
Bury Ilead, Proposed Lighthouse on, [222] [224] 469
1184

Adulteration of Milk, Question, Dr. Cameron ;
Certification of Foreigners, [222] 994

Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross July 13, [225]
“ Marie” Steamship. [223] 76

1378
Merchant Service, Boys for the, [222] 627, Costs of Prosecutions, Question, Mr. Grantham;
1049

Answer, Mr. Sclater-Booth May 6, [224]
Missing Vessels, [222] 752

155
[cont.

[cont.

222--223-224-225—226. Adulteration of Food Act, 1872-cont.

Africa-cont Fusil Oil in Whiskey, Question, Mr. Moore ; Cape Colony-South African Diamond Fields,

Answer, Mr. Sclater-Booth April 23, [223] Question, Sir Joseph M.Kenna ; Answer, Mr. 1510

J. Lowtler June 7, [224] 1460 [See also Sale of Food and Drugs Bill] Conference of Colonial Governments, Question,

Mr. A. Mills; Answer, Mr. J. Lowther Adulteration of Food and Drugs Bill

July 9, [225] 1246 See title

Distress at the Cape Colony The Turkish

Consul General, Question, Mr. W. M. Sale of Food and Drugs Bill

Torrens; Answer, Mr. J. Lowther April 12,

[223] 722 ADVOCATE, The Lord (Right Hon. E.

Copy of Despatch, P.P. (No. 182) S. GORDON), Glasgow, Sc. Universi

Disturbances in Griqualand, Question, Mr.

Evelyn Ashley ; Answer, Mr. J. Lowther ties

May 24, [224] 794 Parl. P. [1348] Bankruptcy (Scotland) Law Amendment, 2R. Mr. Froude, Question, Mr. A. M'Arthur ; (222) 1968

Answer, Mr. J. Lowther May 27, [224) 923 Conspiracy, and Protection of Property, Comm.

Orange Free State Republic, Question, Sir cl. 14, Amendt. [225] 1358 ; Consid. cl. 15, Joseph Mokenua; Answer, Mr. J. Lowther Amendt. 1751

Mar 18, [223] 18 ;-Correspondence, QuesEducation (Scotland) Act, Res. [224] 909

tion, Sir Joseph M.Kenna ; Answer, Mr. J. Entail Amendment (Scotland), Leave, [225] Lowther April 29, 1821 221 ; Comm. cl. 9, Amnendt. 1396

Religious Bodies-Abolition of Grants, QuesHigh Court of Justiciary (Scotland), 2R. [223] tion, Mr. Edward Jenkins; Answer, Mr. J. 1751, 1754

Lowther August 6, [226] 615 Licensing Courts Appeal (Scotland), 2R. [223]

Parl. Papers-1777

Proposals for a Conference [1244] Parliamentary Elections (Returning Officers), Correspondence relating to South Comm. cl. 5, [223] 412

African Possessions

[1342] Police Constables (Scotland), Leave, [225]

224 Registration of Trade Marks, Comm. cl. 11, Africa, West [226] 705 ; add. cl. ib.

Affairs on the Gold Coast, Observations, The Scotland - Miscellaneous Questions

Earl of Carnarvon August 3, [226] 436
Churches and Manses, [223] 782

Correspondence Parl. P. [1140, 1143]
Courts of Law - Judges of the Supreme Alleged Transfer of Territory - The Gambia
Courts-Salaries, [223] 1634

Settlement, Questions, Mr. Knatchbull-HuCriminal Procedure — Christie v. Gelson, gessen, Sir J. M.Kenna; Answers, Mr. J. Case of, [226] 375

Lowiher July 30, [226] 222 ; Question, Mr. Education Act, 1872, [223] 603

Knatchbull-ilugessen ; Answer, Mr. J. LowEndowed Schools and Hospitals, Report, ther August 3, 444

Purl. P. [1340] [225] 1300

Disturbances on the Gold Coast, Question, Sir Poor Law Officers, Superannuation of, [225] Eardley Wilmot; Answer, Mr. J. Lowther 1576

August 5, [226] 559
Public Health, [225] 710

Slavery on the Gold Coast, Question, Mr. W.
Stray Dogs-Sheep Worrying, [224] 393 Cartwright ; Answer, Mr. J. Lowther Feb 11,
Sheriff Courts (Scotland), 2R. [223] 1763 ; [222] 215
[224] 925

Correspondence

Parl. P. [1159] Sheriff Courts (Scotland) (No. 2), Leave, [223]

1490, 1493 Sheriffs Substitute (Scotland), 2R. [226] 680; Africa— East African Slave Trade Comm. cl. 1, Amendt. 720

Question, Mr. Hanbury; Answer, Mr. Bourke Summary Prosecutions Appeals (Scotland), April 8, (223) 471a Comm. [225] 287 ; cl. 3, 317

Amendt. on Committee of Supply July 8, To Supply-Scottish Universities, Grants to, [226] leave out from “ That," and add " no treat312

ment of the question of the East African Supreme Court of Judicature Act (1873)

Slave Trade is satisfactory which does not Amendment, [225]|257

include the presence of a squadron in the Universities (Scotland) (Degrees to Women), Red Sea” (Mr. Hanbury) v., (225) 1159 ; 2R. [222] 1166

after short debate, Question, " 'l hat the

words, &c.," put, and agreed to Africa

Correspondence and Reports, 1874

Pari. P. South Africa, The Cape Colony

[1168] Annexation of Territory, Question, Mr.

Richard ; Answer, Mr. J. Lowther July 9, Africa, South-Natal—See title Natal [224] 1243 Boundary of Delagoa Bay, Question, Lord

Edmond Fitzmaurice ; Answer, Mr. Bourke AGNEW, Mr. R. Vans, Wigton Co.
Mar 15, [222] 1804 ; Question, Mr. A.

Church Rates Abolition (Scotland), 2R. [223] M“Arthur ; Answer, Mr. Bourke May 10,

1792 [224] 392 ; Question, Mr. Whalley; Answer, Education (Scotland) (Sutherland and CaithMr. Bourke June 18, [225] 160

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222-223-224-225-226.
AGNEW, Mr. R. Vans—cont.

Agricultural Holdings (England) Bill-cont.
Hypothec (Scotland), 2R. [222] 1533, 1587 pensation for temporary improvements be
Labourers Cottages (Scotland), 2R. [224] imperative in all cases (Mr. James Bar.
1614

clay) v. ; after long debate, Question put,
Licensing Courts Appeal (Scotland), 2R. [223] “ That the words, &c.;" A, 303, N. 76 ; M.
1775

227
Sheriff Courts (Scotland), 2R. [223] 1760 Main Question proposed, “That Mr. Speaker,

&c.; "after short debate, Moved, “That this
Agricultural Children Act, 1873

House do now adjourn” (Mr. Gourley); after
Observations, The Earl of Kimberley ; Reply,

further short debate, Question put; A. 96,

N. 255 ; M. 159
The Duke of Richmond ; short debate thereon
Mar 19, [223] 71 ; Question, Mr. Kay-

Main Question again proposed ; Moved, " That
Shuttleworth; Answer, Viscount Sandon

the debate be now adjourned" (Mr. Morgan

Lloyd); after further short debate, Motion
May 6, [224] 158

withvirawn
Moved, " That an humble Address be presented
to Her Majesty for, Copy of Correspondence

Main Question, “ That Mr. Speaker, &c.," put,
between the Home Office and Justices of

and agreed to; Committee

Moved, " That the Chairman do report Pro-
Quarter Sessions relative to the operation of

(Mr.
the Agricultural Children Act ; also for

gress, and ask leave to sit again

Disraeli); Motion agreed to; Committee- R.P.
copies of Instructions issued to the Police of
different counties with regard to enforcing 225] Committee--R.P. July 20, 1751
the said Act" (Earl De La Warr) July 23,

Committee July 22, 1829

Moved, “ That the Chairman do report Pro-
[225] 1871 ; Address agreed to
Correspondence

Parl. P. 1. 263

gress, and ask leave to sit again " ( The Mar.
C. 448 quess of Hartington); after short debate,

Motion withdrawn ; Committee-R.P.

. Committee-R.P. July 23, 1910
Agricultural Holdings (England) Bill 226] Committee—R.P. July 26, 57 1
[11.L.] (The Lord President)

Committee- R.P. July 27, 102

Committee-R.P. July 27, 113
222]c. Question, Mr. Dodson ; Answer, Mr.

. Committee-R.P. July 28, 128
Assheton Cross Feb 15, 311

Committee; Report July 29, 181
ul. Presented; read 1", after debate Mar 12,

Considered ; Re-committed ; Committee; Re.
1680

(No. 39)

port ; Considered August 7, 589 [Bill 227]
223] Read 2“, after long debate April 15, 919 Read 30 * Augusi 6
. Committee, after short debate April 22, 1421

1. Returned from Commons August 7 (No. 272)
(No. 63)

Commons Amendts. considered August 9, 755
224) Report May 10,378

(No. 98)

.c. Consideration of Lords Amendts.; after short
Moved, " That the Bill be now read 3a " May 13,

debate, Lords Amendts. agreed to August 11,
356

861
The Queen's consent, and the consent of His 1. Royal Assent August 13 (38 & 39 Vict. c. 92]

Royal Ilighness the Prince of Wales in right
of his Duchy of Cornwall signified; after
short debate, Bill read 34

Agricultural Holdings (Scotland Bill
On Question, That the Bill do pass ? after [...] (The Lord President)

further debate, Bill passed
c. Read 1°* (Mr. Disraeli) May 13 [Bill 177]

1. Presented; read 1** May 14 (No. 105)
225] c. Moved, " That the Bill be now read 20"
June 24, 450

Agricultural Labourers Dwellings (Ire-
. Amenit. to leave out from “That," and add “the
relations between landlord and tenant will

land) Bill
not be put on a satisfactory footing by any (Mr. Bruen, Viscount Crichton, Mr. Kavanagh)
measure which does not make it obligatory c. Ordered ; read 10 * Feb 8

[Bill 17)
on landlords to give sufficient security to Moved, “ That the Bill be now read 20"
tenants either in the shape of a right to Mar 10. [222] 1592
compensation for capital sunk in the soil, to Moved, “ That the Debate be now adjourned"
be paid in the event of a determination of (Sir Joseph M Kenna); Motion agreed to;
the tenancy, or by lease of sufficient dura-

Debate adjourned
tion” (Sir George Campbell) v. 485; Ques- Adjourned debate [Dropped]
tion proposed, “ That the words, &c.; "after

long debate, Amendt. withdrawn
Main Question put, and agreed to ; Bill read 2 Agricultural Machinery, Deaths by

Committee * ; Report June 25 [Bill 222] Question, Sir Edward Watkin ; Answer, Mr.
. Order for Committee (on re-comm.) read; Assheton Cross Mar 22, [223] 144

Moved, “ That Mr. Speaker do now leave

the Chair" July 19, 1668
Amendt, to leave out from “ That,” and add | AIRLIE, Earl of

"instead of attempting to deal with all Agricultural Iloldings (England), 2R. [223]
classes of agricultural improvements by op- 919; Comm. cl. 5, 1426, 1428 ; Report, el. 4,
tional provisions as in the present Bill, it [224] 380 ; cl. 6, 384 ; 3R. 564
would be more satisfactory to the Country Artizans Dwellings, Comm. cl. 19, [224] 1347
to defer dealing with permanent improve- Entail Amendment (Scotland), Comm. [226]
ments, and to provide at present that com. 84; cl. 7, Amendt. 85
[cont.

[cont,

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