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SPEAKER, The-cont.

SPEAKER, The-cont.
Order-Postponement of Motions—The hon. Speaker said, he believed that the alteration

Member for Hull having notified his in- in the presented Bill had been accidental ;
tention to postpone the second reading of and this House could only deal with the Bill
the Intoxicating Liquors (Sundays) Bill, as it came from the House of Lords, [226]
which stood on the Order Book for the 2nd 710
June, to the 30th June ; Mr. Fielden thereon Order — Reference to proceedings in Com-
moved that the Order for the Second Read-

mittees—It is not competent for an hon.
ing be discharged. Mr. Speaker pointed out Member to refer to matters which have
to the House the extreme inconvenience and

arisen in Committee before the Committee
obstruction to Business that would ensue if

has reported to the House
Motions of this kind were to be opposed, It is irregular to refer in debate to what
[224] 1236

has taken place before the Committee ;-or
Order- It is the duty of an hon. Member who into the merits of the inquiry before the

has brought a matter before the House to con- Committee.-Committee on Foreign Loans,
clude with some Motion, which may be dis- [223] 789, 793, 1134
cussed by the House itself.- Privilege- The
Queen v. Castro, [222] 325

Opposed Business—It is not necessary, in order
Order-When no debate may be had-- Increase

to stop the progress of a Bill at the hours
of the Episcopate Bill— Mr. Beresford Hope,

prescribed in the Standing Orders in that
in moving that the Order for the House to

behalf, that an hon. Member should rise in
go into Committee on this Bill be discharged, his place and opposo it : If there be any op-
was proceeding to offer observations on the

position to the progress of a Bill brought on
subject. Mr. Speaker said, that no discus- at those bours, the measure could not, ac-
sion on the merits of the Bill would be in

cording to the Standing Orders, be pro-
Order on the present occasion, [226] 859

ceeded with
Order—Irregular discussion of a dropped Order And an hon. Member objecting to pro-

It would be out of Order, on the Motion ceeding with a Bill under the circumstances
“ That the Ilouse at its rising do adjourn till stated would not, according to the practice
Thursday next" to discuss the merits of a of the House, be held to have spoken, [224]
Motion which, standing on the Orders of a 1616
previous day, had not then come on, [224] Opposed Business-As there was opposition,
593

the Bill must, by the Standing Orders of the
Order-Adjournment of the Debate-It is not House, be upon the Paper for the Evening

competent for an hon. Member who has Sitting. – National Debt (Sinking Fund)
seconded the Motion for the rejection of a Bill, [225] 180
Bill to move the adjournment of the debate.
-Metropolis Gas Companies Bill, [224] 625

Petitions-An hon. Member is not in Order in
Order-Adjournment of the House-An hon.

presenting a Petition during a debate on the
Member who has addressed the House on the

Second Reading of a Bill.

- Sale of Intoxi-
Question before the House cannot move the

cating Liquors on Sunday (Ireland) Bill,
Adjournment of the House.— Increase of the

[224) 123
Episcopate Bill, [224] 1083

Petitions-Limit of Observations in presenting
Order-Consideration of Lords Amendments to

-Mr. Whalley having presented a Petition
Public Bills— Mr. Speaker states the prac- from Mr. G. Skipworth, proceeded to make
tice of the House with respect to the con- a statement. Mr. Speaker said, the hon.
sideration of Lords Amendments to Public Member was at liberty to state generally the
Bills, and reads to the House the Standing

prayer and substance of the Petition, but
Order in relation thereto, [225] 650

beyond that he was not entitled to go. If
Order-Allusion to proceedings in the House

he wished to have the Petition read by the
of Lords - Lord Eslington said, that the

Clerk at the Table, he could have it so read.
matter had been made the subject of expla-

The Tichborne Trial - Contempt of Court,
nation in “another place.” Mr. Speaker said,

[223] 878
that any such reference was irregular. Petitions—Relating to Public Money-Petition
Peace Preservation (Ireland) Bill, [224] 406 for refunding any sum relating to the public

A statement in the House of Lords is not a service, or any debts due to the Crown, or
proper subject of debate in this House. for the remission of duties payable by any
[225] 512

person cannot be received unless it be first
Order-Lords Amendments.-Conspiracy and

recommended by the Crown.- Petition of

G. Skipworth, [223] 879
Protection of Properly Bill--Lords Amend-
ments considered. It was pointed out that the
words “of service or of hiring” in Clause 5 Privilege — The Public Petitions Committee
had been altered to “of service and of hiring;'' having presented a special Report in reference
whereas there was no trace of such an Amend. to a Petition from Prittlewell, referring to
ment having been moved in the other House. the recent trial of The Queen v. Castro-
Mr. Assheton Cross explained that the words After long debate, Mr. Speaker said, it was
had been altered by the officers in the other for the House, and not for him, to

udge and
House from no political motive, but under determine whether the Petition now under
the idea that the alteration was necessary for the consideration of the House should lie on
the intention and sense of the clause, Mr. the Table, and thus become one of the per-
[cont.

[cont.

222-223--224-225-226.
SPEAKER, The--cont.

SPEAKER, The-cont.
manent records of the House : And Mr. this House for the Borough of Stoke-upon-
Speaker added some remarks on parts of the Trent, came to the Table to be sworn, with-
Petition reflecting on himself, [223] 1017

out being introduced by two Members, ac-
Privilege- Reference to Proceedings in Com- cording to custom : Mr. Speaker declares
mittee-The matter the hon. Member (Mr.

the invariable practice of the House, and calls
Charles Lewis) wishes to bring before the attention to the Resolution of 23rd February,
House is that The Times and The Daily

1688 in reference to this practice, [222]
News newspapers have published articles 486
which he considers to constitute a breach of Parliament - Strangers ordered to withdraw,
Privilege. The proper course would be that [223] 1693 ; [224] 88
those articles should be read by the Clerk at
the Table, and the hon, Member, in raising

The Serjeant-at-Arms—Mr. Speaker acquaints
the Question of Privilege, should confine

the House that he had received a letter from
himself to the points raised in those articles.

Lord Charles J. F. Russell, Serjeant-at-Arms
-Committee on Foreign Loans, [223] 789

of this House, requesting sanction to retire

from that office, [223] 298, 472a
Question A Question involving a matter of

argument cannot be put.— The Papacy-

O'Keeffe v. Cullen, [225] 1141
Questions—Latitude of speaking in putting a SPENCER, Earl

Question- An hon. Member is at liberty to Lunatic Asylums (Ireland), 2R. [226] 167
make any explanation which may be neces-

Peace Preservation Act, Patrick Casey, Case
sary for the clear understanding of his Ques. of, Explanation, [224] 210
tion ; but he must not enter upon any gene-

Peace Preservation (Ireland), 3R. [224] 634
ral discussion, [224] 473, 1467, 1715
Questions-Latitude in Answer-An hon. Mem-

ber, in answering a Question, is out of Order SPINKS, Mr. Serjeant F. L., Oldham
in entering into matters of argument.-Par- Friendly Societies, Comm. cl. 28, [224] 1405
liament Arrangement of Public Business, Municipal Elections (Cumulative Vote), 2R.
[223] 1513; [224] 168

[225] 445
Question -- Answer—Mr. Speaker : The hon.

Parliament — Witnesses - Inspectors of Coal
Member has put a Question, and received

Mines, [225] 874
an Answer ;-any debate on the Question

Parliamentary and Municipal Elections Act-
would be out of Order.—Privilege-Cardinal

John Langton, Case of, [223] 1208
Manning, [225] 1248

Supreme Court of Judicature Act (1873)
Question Answer— The hon. Member having

Amendment (No. 2), Consid. Schedule 1,
already put his Question, and received a full

[226] 650
Answer, it cannot be put again.- The Jesuils,

[225] 792, 952, 1142
Questions Alteration of Questions – Mr. STACPOOLE, Captain W., Ennis
Speaker states why certain parts of a Ques-

Army- Miscellaneous Questions
tion, of which Notice had been given by the North Tipperary Militia, [225] 1908
hon. Baronet the Meinber for East Devon Purchase System, [225] 1474
(Sir Lawrence Palk), had been struck out Seconded Captains, &c. [224) 1354, 1810
by his authority.- Committee on Foreign

Coroners (Ireland), 2R. [224] 522
Loans, [223] 607

County Boards (Ireland), 2 R. (225) 760
European Assurance Society Arbitration,

Consid. [225] 1238
Supply, The House haring affirmed the Mo- European Assurance Society Arbitration Act,

tion, “ That the llouse do go into Committee Reilly, Mr., Appointment of, [226] 51
of Supply,” an hon. Member may call atten- Ireland-Constabulary, [222] 838
tion to a subject, but cannot make a Motion, Ireland, Royal Residence in, Motion for an
[222] 1727 ; [223] 1932 : [224) 652

Address, [225] 553, 564, 571
Supply-On Question, “ That the House do Irish State Prisoners, [222] 1766

resolve itself into Committee of Supply," Metropolis-Dogs' Home, [225] 1484
an hon. Member is in Order, in speaking to Militia Laws Consolidation and Amendmeut,
that Question, in referring to our foreign re- Comm. Motion for reporting Progress, [225]
lations, colonial affairs, &c. [222] 971

993
Naval College for Cadets—“ Britannia” Com-

mittee, Report of the, Res. [225] 892
Parliament - Amendment of a Return-Mr.

Parliament, Whitsuntide Recess, (224) 395
Speaker calls attention to an error in the

Parliament-Debates, Publication of, and Ese
Return for the Kirkcaldy District of Burghs;

clusion of Strangers, Res. [224] 93
and it was thereon ordered that the Deputy Parliamentary Elections (Returning Officers),
Clerk of the Crown do attend the House

Comm. Schedule 1, [223] 414, 415
forthwich, with the Return, and amend the Peace Preservation (Ireland), 2R. [223] 262 ;
same, [223] 1508

Comm. cl. 3, 1854, 1855
Parliament-Rules and Orders as to the intro- Poor Removal, 2R. [225] 1795

duction of new Members. Mr. Edward Supply Public Education, Scotland, [225]
Vaughau Kenealy, who had been returned to 857

[cont.

222-223-224—225—226.
STANFORD, Mr. V. F. Benett- Shaftes- STANLEY, Hon. Captain F. A. (Financial
bury

Secretary for War) Lancashire, N.
Ordnance Survey-South Wilts and Dorset. Army-Cavan Militia, [225] 996
shire, [225] 439

Army Estimates— Militia Pay, [224] 714

Miscellaneous Services, [223] 851
STANHOPE, Earl

Yeomanry Cavalry, [223] 325

Ashantee Expedition-Honours for Services,
Army-Competitive Examinations, [225] 1874,

[223] 1509
1875

Militia Laws Consolidation and Amendment,
Bishopric of Saint Albans, 2R. [224] 1883

Comm. cl. 18, [225] 1364; cl. 25, 1365 ;
Canada Copyright, 2R. [225] 426

cl. 27, ib.
Irish Peerage, Motion for a Joint Address,

Regimental Exchanges, 2R. [222] 682, Comm.
[225] 1210, 1232

cl. 2, 1847
Scotch and Irish Peerages, Report of the Select

Supply — Army Purchase Commission, [226]
Committee, [225] 242

284

Civil Contingencies Fund, [222] 1367
STANHOPE, Hon. E., Lincolnshire, Mid
Agricultural Holdings (England), Comm. cl. 17, STANSFELD, Right Hon. J., Halifax
[226] 105

Artizans Dwellings, 2R. [222] 335; Comm.
Ancient Monuments, 2R. [223] 901

c. 1, [223] 48; cl. 2, 51, 53, 54 ; cl. 5, 126,
Artizans Dwellings, Comm. cl. 2, [223] 57

127 ; cl. 13, 761; 3R. 1944
Education in Rural Districts, Res. [222] 1082, Contagious Diseases Acts Repeal, 2R. [225]
1094

408, 416
Elementary Education Act, 1871-Schools in Friendly Societies, 2R. [222] 883; Comm.
tbe Fen Districts, [225] 649

cl. 10, Amendt. [224] 1247; cl. 14, 1369
Friendly Societies, Comm. cl. 11, [224] 1250,

Medical Acts Amendment (College of Surgeons),
1251; Amendt. 1252 ; cl. 14, 1367 ; Amendt. Comm. [224] 1561, 1937
1377 ; Consid. cl. 12, [225] 308

Mutiny, Comm. [223] 69 ; cl. 107, Amendt.
Parliament- Address in Answer to the Speech,

135
[222] 37

Parliament-Business of the House, [223]1915
Statutes, Cheap Edition of the, [222] 841

Poor Removal, 2R. [225] 1780
Public Health, 2R. [223] 1259; Comm. [224]

883
STANHOPE, Mr. W. T. W. S., Yorkshire, Public Works Loan Acts Amendment, 2R.
W.R.

(224) 847, 854
Criminal Law-Unconvicted Prisoners, [223]

Universities (Scotland) (Degrees to Women),
112

2R. [222] 1160
Public Health, 2R. [223] 1262

Women's Disabilities Removal, 2R. [223] 453,
Sale of Food and Drugs, Comm. cl. 2,

454, 455
Amendt. [223] 1263
Supply-County Prisons, Great Britain, [225] STANTON, Mr. A. J., Stroud
1028

Stroud Writ, Motion for New Writ, [222] 299
Ways and Means-Financial Statement, [224]
347

STARKIE, Mr. L. R., York, W. R.

Agricultural Holdings (England), Comm. cl. 5,
STANLEY OF ALDERLEY, Lord

[225] 1848
Agricultural lloldings (England), 2R. [223] Post Office Savings Banks-Mr. C. W. Sikes,
965

[224] 1354
Cardinal Manning, [226] 611
Church Patronage, 2 R. [222] 831

Statute Law- Consolidation of the Statutes
Education Act (1870)-Clause 74, [225] 1642
Elementary Education Act-llolyhead, Board

Amendt. on Committee of Supply Mar 12, To
School at, [223] 1276

leavo out from “That,” and add " it is expe-
Elementary Education Act, 1871-Elizabeth

dient that when any new Act is passed
Marks, Case of, [224] 1393

amending or incorporating any former Acts

(other than General Clauses Acts) the new
Friendly Societies, Commons Amendts. [226]

Act and the former Acts should be reprinted
433
Indian Immigration-Coolie Traffic, Motion for

for the House so soon as may be, in such

form as to show what parts of the said Acts
a Paper, [225] 1630, 1641
Jamaica, Coolies in, Motion for a Return, [226]

respectively are in force” (Mr. Rathbone) v.,
440

[222] 1698 ; Question proposed, “ That the
Natal- Kaffir Outbreak, Motion for an Ad-

words, &c. ;” after short debate, Amendt.

withdrawn
dress, [223] 710

Papers relating to

P.P. 157
Offences against the Person, 2R. [224] 1518;

Return (Lord Cairns)

. 1. 56
Comm. cl. 3, Amendt. [225] 84 ; cl. 4,

Amendt. ib.; 3R. 547
Pacific Islanders Protection, 2R. [222] 1859 Statute Law-Drafting and Revision of
Sale of Food and Drugs, Comm. cl. 29, [224] Acts of Parliament
1900

Amendt. on Committee of Supply Feb 19, To
Spain - Government, Recognition of, [222] leave out from “ That,' and add “a Select
1384

Committee be appointed, to be assisted by a

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222-223-224-225-226.
Statute Law-Drafting and Revision of Acts of STEVENSON, Mr. J. C.-cont.
Parliament-cont.

Elementary Education Act, 1872 Public
legal officer, to whom all Public Bills passing Teachers on School Boards, [223] 1634
through this House shall be referred after Merchant Shipping Acts Amendment, Comm.
they have been read a second time, and again cl. 9, [225] 168
after they have been reported, with amend- Public Health, 2R. [223] 1262
ments, from a Committee of the whole House, Public Works Loans, Comm. Schedule 1, [226]
and whose duty it shall be to report to the 539; Consid. Amendt. 604
House upon each Bill as to its accuracy of
language, consistency of provisions, and STEWART, Mr. M. J., Wigton Bo.
harmony with existing legislation (Mr.
Forsyth) V.,

Agricultural Holdings (England), Comm. c. 11,
[222] 568 ; Question proposed,
“ That the words, &c.;" after short debate,

[226] 71 ; cl. 15, Amendt. 77

Ancient Monuments, 2R. [223] 913
Amendt. withdrawn

Arctic Expedition-Chaplains, appointment of,

[223] 1106
Statute Law --- Preparation of Acts of

Church Rates Abolition (Scotland), 2R. [223]

1791
Parliament

Cominerce and Agriculture, Department of,
Select Committee appointed, " to consider whe-

Res. [224] 738
ther any and what means can be adopted to Hypothec (Scotland), 2R. [222] 1580
improve the manner and language of current

India and China-Opium Traffic, Res. [225]
Legislation ; and to report their opinion

*571
thereon to the House (Mr. Attorney Gene-

Licensing Courts Appeal (Scotland), 2R. [223]
ral) Mar 4

1771
And, on Mar 16, Committee nominated as fol-

Merchant Seamen's Fund-Pensions to Sea-
lows :- Mr. Spencer Walpole (Chairman),

men, [223] 783
Sir Thomas Acland, Mr. Ashley, Mr. At-

Merchant Shipping Acts Amendment, Comm.
torney General, Mr. Callender, Lord Frede.

[225] 1866
rick Cavendish, Mr. Dalrymple, Mr. Dillwyn, Opium, Papers on, [223] 1960
Mr. Dunbar, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Gregory, Parliamentary and Municipal Elections Act,
Lord Francis Hervey, Mr. Jackson, Sir John

Motion for a Select Committee, [223] 98
Karslake, Mr. Lowe, Mr. Arthur Mills, Mr.

Poor Removal, 2R. Amendt. [225] 1773
Mowbray, Mr. Rathbone, and Mr. Eustace

Post Office-Telegraphic Service (Scotland),
Smith

[222] 1176
Report of Select Comm. P.P, 280, 281

Sheriff Courts (Scotland), 2R. [223] 1761

Supply-Scottish Universities, Grants to, [226]
Statute Law Revision Bill (H.L.]

302
(The Lord Chancellor)

Universities (Scotland) (Degrees to Women),
1. Presented; read 1a* July 5 (No. 194)

2R. [222] 1152
Read 28 July 26, [226] 7
Committee * ; Report July 27

STORER, Mr. G., Nottinghamshire, S.
Read 31 * July 29

Agricultural Holdings (England), Comm. d. 6,
c. Read 10 * July 30

[Bill 278]
Read 2a * August 2

[225] 1762 ; Amendt. 1854 ; cl. 6, Amendt.
Committee * ; Report August 3

1922, 1923; Amendt. 1924; cl. 14, [226]

75 ; c. 43, 132 ; cl. 45, 192 ; add. cl. 200
Read 30 * August 4

Commerce and Agriculture, Department of,
1. Royal Assent August 11 [38 & 39 Vict. c. 66]

Res. [224] 729

Education Department-New Code, 1875, Mo-
Statute Law Revision (Ireland) Bill

tion for an Address, [222] 1517

Increase of the Episcopate, 2R. [224] 1082
(Mr. Solicitor General for Ireland, Sir Michael

Peace Preservation (Ireland), Leave, [222]
Hicks-Beach)

1035
c. Ordered ; read 10 * June 7 [Bill 199] Taxation of Beer or Malt Abroad, [223] 783
Read 2° * June 21

Turnpike Trusts, Res. [222] 959
Bill withdrawn* July 22

Wild Animals (Scotland), 2R. [222] 449

*

StatutesThe Revised Edition
Cheap Editions of the Statutes, Question, Mr.

Edward Stanhope ; Answer, Mr. W. H.
Smith Feb 25, [222] 841; Question, Mr.
Arthur Mills; Answer, Mr. W. H. Smith
Mar 18, [223] 22

STRATHEDEN, Lord
Turkey-Servia and Roumania, Commercial

Treaties with, [222] 305, 836

STRATHNAIRN, Lord

STEVENSON, Mr. J. C., South Shields
Bank Holidays Act (1871) Extension and

Amendment, 2R. [222] 802
Durham Capitular Estates (Customary Te-

nants), Motion for a Select Committee, [222]

1504
Education Department-New Code, 1876, Mo-
tion for an Address, [222] 1517

[cont.

Army-Efficiency of the, [224] 1119
Army-Examinations, Address for a Paper,

[224] 1349
Army-First Class Army Reserve, Res. [225]

1573
Army-First Commissions in the, Res. [225]

1877, 1890
Army (India)-Competitive Examinations, Mo-

tion for an Address, [225] 247

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222-223—224-225—226.
Stroud Writ-See under Parliamentary | SULLIVAN, Mr. A. M.-cont.
Elections Act, 1868

Ireland, Royal Residence in, Motion for an

Address, [225] 564

Merchant Shipping Acts Amendment, Comm.
STURT, Mr. H. G., Dorsetshire

[225] 1866

Militia Laws Consolidation and Amendment,
Horses, Exportation of_Deterioration of the

Comm. cl. 36, [225] 1726
Breed, Res. Previous Question moved, [223] Mitchel, John, Case of, [222] 417, 422 ;-
1712

- 'Trial, Motion for Papers, 973, 979, 1275,
1800, 1801

Monastic and Conventual Institutions, [225]
Sugar Convention, 1864-Refined Sugar

220
Question, Mr. Wait; Answer, Mr. Bourke Navy, Surgeons in the, [225] 291
June 14, [224] 1810; July 16, [225] 1577 ;

Offences against the Person, Comm. cl. 4,
Observations, Mr. Ritchie ;

Reply, Mr. [223] 1274
Bourke; short debate thereon July 30, [226]

Palace of Westminster-Clock Tower Light,
274

[225] 157
Bounty on Refined Sugar, Question, Observa-

Parliament-Miscellaneous Questions
tions, Lord Hampton ; Reply, The Earl of

Breach of Order (Plimsoll, :.), [225] 1826
Derby July 22, [225] 1801

Business of the House, [223] 219
Minutes of Conferences P.P. 1356 Privilege-Strangers-- Reports of Debates,
Correspondence .

1357

&c. [223] 1451, 1512, 1513

Public Business, [226] 93, 94
Parliament-Debates, Publication of, and Ex-

clusion of Strangers, Res. [224] 88, 89, 90,
SULLIVAN, Mr. A. M., Louth Co.

91, 1155, 1180, 1181, 1358
Agricultural Holdings (England), Comm. [226]

Parliament - Privilege — Offensive Language
188

referring to Irish Members, [222] 269, 270;
Ancient Monuments, 2R. [223] 910

Res. 313, 325, 333, 334
Army Militia Recruiting Depôts, Dublin,

Parliamentary Elections (Returning Officers),
[223] 466a

Comm. Schedule 1, [223] 414
Brewers' Licence Duty, Res. [223] 386

223] Peace Preservation (Ireland), 2R. 206, 218,
Conspiracy, and Protection of Property, Consid. 219, 248, 249 ; Comm. 1489, 1654; cl. 2,
cl. 13, [225] 1750

1670, 1671 ; cl. 3, 1681, 1832, 1847, 1856,
Convention (Ireland) Act Repeal, 2R. [222]

1857, 1859, 1862 ; Motion for reporting Pro-
1960

gress, 1863 ; Amendt. 1898, 1904 ; Amendt.
County Boards (Ireland), 2R. [225] 765

1907, 1908, 1909, 1914, 1970; cl. 4, 1989;
Criminal Law- O'Brien, John, Sentence on, cl. 5, 1994, 1990, 2000, 2001
[226] 100

224] 32; add. cl. 188 ; Consid. cl. 3, 420, 421
Diplomatic Reserve- German Ambassador and Permissive Prohibitory Liquor, 2 R. [225] 64
Roman Catholics, [224] 641

Post Office-Dublin and London Mails, [222]
East India Home Government (Pensions), 3R. 990
Motion for Adjournment, [222] 1855

Sale of Food and Drugs, Comm. cl. 3, [223]
Education in Rural Districts, Res. [222] 1265; Amendt. 1266, 1268; cl. 21, [224]
1122

512
India—Baroda, [224] 866 ;– Guikwar of-Pro- Science and Art Department (Dublin), Res.

ceedings before the Commission, [223] 717 [225] 1396, 1411
Ireland - Miscellaneous Questions

Summary Prosecutions Appeals (Scotland),
Agrarian Murder in King's County, [223] Comm. [225] 287
464a

Supply-British Museum Buildings, [224] 766
American Riflemen, [223] 786,787

County Prisons and Reformatories (Ireland),
Convict Service, Mountjoy Female Prison,

[222] 1364
[222] 216, 217

Criminal Prosecutions, &c. Ireland, [225]
Dublin Police, [225] 252

1529
Education Department — Education, [223] Fire Brigade, Amendt. [224] 771
82

Friendly Societies, Registrars of, [225] 626
Intoxicating Liquors Act, [223] 147; Houses of Parliament, [224] 764
Dublin Licensing Sessions, 466a

Local Government Board (Ireland), [222]
Irish Fisheries, Inspectors of, Report, [226]

1362
176

Queen's University in Ireland, Amendt.
Irish Manuscripts, Translation of, [222] [222] 1364
837; [225] 1575

Rates on Government Property, [224] 771,
Local Government Board Mr. J. A.

772
Browne, Case of, [225] 436, 437, 438

Science and Art Department, [224] 767 ;
National Schools-Drill, [223] 146, 147

[225] 855
Oyster Beds on the Irish Coast, [222] 1484 Stationery, &c. [222] 1362
Peace Preservation Act—Fire-arms, [223] Survey and Valuation of Ireland, [222]
1822

1363
Ireland - Imperial Taxation, Incidence of, Res. Wales, Prince of-H.R.H.'s Visit to India,
[222] 1718

Motion for reporting Progress, [225] 1522
Ireland— Mountjoy Female Prison, Motion for Towns Rating (Ireland), 2R. [224] 628
Papers, [222] 914

Unseaworthy Ships, Leave, [226] 155,
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