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222-223-224-225-226.
Summary Prosecutions Appeals (Scot- SUPPLY

land) Bill (The Lord Advocate, Mr. 222] Resolved, That this House will, upon Wed.

Secretary Cro88, Sir Henry Selwin-Ibbetson) neday next, resolve itself into a Committee
c. Motion for Leave ( The Lord Advocate) April 22,

to consider of the Supply to be granted to

Her Majesty Feb 8
[223] 1490 ; Motion agreed to ; Bill ordered ;
read 1°*

[Bill 136]

. Considered in Committee Mar 5, 1349– Navy
Read 20 * May 24

-SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1874-5, AND
Committee * ; Report May 31 [Bill 191]

Excess ESTIMATES, 1873.4–TAE ARCTIC
Committee (on re-comm.) —R.P. June 21, [225]

Expedition– Resolutions reported Mar 8
287

Considered in Committee Mar 8, 1413–ARUT
Committee-R.P. June 22, 316

ESTIMATES — Departmental Statement of the
Committee ; Report June 28, 704

Secretary of State for War in moving the
Considered * July 1

Army Estimates-Resolutions reported Mar 9
Read 3° * July 2

. Considered in Committee Mar 11, 1634–Navy
1. Read 1a* ( The Lord Steward) July 5 (No. 191) ESTIMATES— Departmental Statement of the
Read 2* July 26

First Lord of the Admiralty in moving the
Committee * ; Report July 29

Navy Estimates Resolutions reported
Read 34 August 2, [226] 367

Mar 12
Royal Assent August 11 [38 & 39 Vict. c. 62] 223]Considered in Committee April 5, 319_CIVIL

Services— REVENUE DEPARTMENTS £1,282,000

--ARMY PURCHASE COMMISSION - ARMY Esti-
Sunday Act, The—(21 Geo. III. c. 49) MATES, Votes 4 to 26-Resolutions reported
Opening of Places of Amusement on Sunday, April 6
Question, Sir George Bowyer ; Answer, Mr. . Considered in Committee April 9, 654-Nary
Assheton Cross June 24, [225] 439

ESTIMATES Votes 1 to 14 - Resolutions
224] Terry v. Brighton Aquarium Company, reported April 12

Question, Mr. Gibson ; Answer, Mr. Asshe- 224] Considered in Committee May 20, 711–
ton Cross May 4, 20; Question, Mr. Joseph Army ESTIMATES—£685,300, Militia Par-
Cowen ; Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross May 24, Resolution reported May 21
789 ; Questions, Sir George Bowyer; An-
swer, Mr. Assheton Cross May 31, 1131 ;

Considered in Committee May 21, 757- CIVIL

SERVICE ESTIMATES-CLASS I.-PUBLIC WORKS
Question, Mr. Ashbury ; Answer, Mr. Asshe-
ton Cross June 14, 1813; Question, Mr.

AND BUILDINGS -- Resolutions reported May 24
Joseph Cowen ; Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross Considered in Committee June 11, 1764-
June 15, 1919; Question, Mr. P. A. Taylor ;

Civil ServicE ESTIMATES-Class II.-SALA-
Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross July 22, [225] RIES AND Expenses OF PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS
1809

Resolutions reported June 14, 1879
First Six Resolutions agreed to

Seventh Resolution read a second time
Superannuation Act (1859) Amendment

Amendt, to leave out “ £29,252," and insert
Bill (Mr. Raikes, Mr. Chancellor of the “£27,252" (Mr. Dillwyn) v.; after short
Exchequer, Mr. William Henry Smith)

debate, Question put,

“ That · £29,252,'
c. Considered in Committee Feb 12

&c.;" A. 185, N. 18; M. 167; Resolution
Resolution reported, and agreed to ; Bill

agreed to
ordered ; read 1°* Feb 15 [Bill 64]

Subsequent Resolutions agreed to
Read 2u * Feb 22

225] Order for Committee read; Moved, “That
Committee * ; Report Feb 26

Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair"
Read 30 Mar 9, [222] 1532

June 24, 627
1. Read 1a * (The Lord President) Mar 12

Moved, “ That the Debate be now adjourned
Read 2 * Mar 16

(No. 37) (Mr. Meldon); after short debate, Question
Committee * ; Report Mar 17

put; A. 58, N. 118; M. 60
Read 3a * Mar 18

Original Question again proposed ; Moved,
Royal Assent Mar 19 [38 Vict. c. 4] - That this House do now adjourn” (Mr.

Macgregor); Motion withdrawn; Original

Motion withdrawn
Superannuation Act, 1859- Pensions and

. Considered in Committee June 25, 623–
Retiring Allowances

CIVIL SERVICE AND REVENUE DEPARTMENTS
Question, Mr. O'Reilly ; Answer, Mr. W. H.

£1,122,600 – £260,000 - VOTES AC-
Smith April 19, [223] 1214

ON

COUNT-CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES - Class II.

-SALARIES AND EXPENSES OF PUBLIC DE,
Supply

DEPARTMENTS, 624 - Resolutions reported

June 28
Army Estimates, Vote 24— The Superannua-
tion List, Question, Captain Nolan ; An-

. Considered in Committee June 29, 743—Civil
swer, Mr. Stephen Cave April 9, [223] 606

SERVICE ESTIMATES Class II.-SALARIES
Miscellaneous Estimates--The Industrial Mu-

AND EXPENSES OF PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS
seum, Edinburgh, Question, Mr. M‘Laren ;

Votes 25 to 27 - Resolutions reported
Answer, Lord Henry Lennox April 12, [222]

June 30
716

. Considered in Committee July 1, 821-CIVIL
Supply Expenditure, Question, Sir John Lub- SERVICE ESTIMATES-CLASS IV.-EDUCATION,

bock ; Answer, The Chancellor of the Exche- SCIENCE, AND ART--Votes 1 to 9-Resolutions
quer May 3, [223] 1959

reported July 2

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.

222-223-224-225-226.
Supply-cont.

Supply-cont.
225] Considered in Committee July 2, 920– CIVIL 226] Considered in Committee August 3, 477–
SERVICE ESTIMATES-Class II.-SALARIES AND

Navy Estimates—Civil Service ESTIMATES
EXPENSES OF PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS - Votes

£145,088 Greenwich Hospital and School-
28 to 42—Resolutions reported July 5

Resolutions reported August 4-Committee
Considered in Committee July 6, 1010-CIVIL R.P.
SERVICE ESTIMATES Class III.-LAW AND

Considered in Committee August 4, 526—CIVIL
JUSTICE — Votes 1 to 17— Resolutions re-

SERVICE ESTIMATES CLASS IV. - EDUCA-
ported July 8

TION, SCIENCE, AND ART-Class V.-COLONIAL,
Considered in Committee July 8, 1205—Navy CONSULAR, AND OTHER FOREIGN SERVICES-
ESTIMATES--Vote b-Committee-B.P.

Class VI. SUPERANNUATION AND RETIRED
. Considered in Committee July 9, 1313—Civil

ALLOWANCES AND GRATUITIES FOR CHARITABLE
SERVICE ESTIMATES-Class III.-LAW AND AND OTHER PURPOSES-Class VII.-MISCEL-
JUSTICE-Votes 18 to 35 - Resolutions re- LANEOUS, Special, AND TEMPORARY OBJECTS
ported July 12

- REVENUE DEPARTMENTS, £830,896—Post
. Considered in Committee July 15, 1509–

OFFICE, PACKET, AND TELEGRAPA SERVICES-
EXPENSES OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES'

SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES
Visit TO INDIA-CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES Resolutions reported August 5
-Class III, - LAW AND JUSTICE — Votes

. The First Seven Resolutions, being read a
22-32-Resolutions reported July 15, 1605–

second time, were agreed to, 561
Res. 3 (Criminal Prosecutions and Law
Charges in Ireland); Debate adjourned

The Eighth Resolution (£72,105 Colonial Local

Revenue, &c.), being read a second time,
226] Debate resumed July 28, 162 ; Resolution

Amendt. to leave out “ £72,105," and insert
agreed to

“ £32,105" (Sir Wilfrid Lawson) v.; Ques-
. Considered in Committee July 30, 283 –

tion proposed, “ That • £72,105' &c.;" after
ARMY PURCHASE COMMISSION_Civil SERVICE

short debate, Question put; A. 189, N. 10;
ESTIMATES-CLASS III. — LAW AND JUSTICE

M. 179; Resolution agreed to
- CLASS IV.- EDUCATION, SCIENCE, AND ART
-Resolutions reported August 2

Resolutions 9 to 28 agreed to
Considered in Committee July 31, 294—CIVIL Resolution 29 (Supplementary--£5,000, Royal

SERVICE ESTIMATES-CLASS IV.-EDUCATION, Parks and Pleasure Gardens) read a second
SCIENCE, AND ART — Resolutions reported time, and, after short debate, agreed to
August 2

Subsequent Resolutions agreed to
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SUMMARY.

SUMMARY.
APPROPRIATION OF GRANTS. £ 8. d.

WAYS AND

(EANS.
Deficiencies, 1873-4 ...

439,506 8 11

GRANTS OUT OF THE CONSOLIDATED FUND.
Supplementary, 1874-5

cap. 1

443,155 0 0

For the service of £ 8. d. £ s. d.
1875-6.

the years ending

31st March 1874
NAVY SERVICES

... 10,825,194 0 0 and 1875;
ARMY SERVICES

...14,677,700 0 0
ARMY PURCHASE COMMISSION 636,560 0 0 Under Act 38 Vic.
Civil SERVICES-viz. :

882,661 8 11
I. Public Works and £
Buildings ... 1,442,489

For the service of
II. Salaries, &c. Pub-

the year ending
lic Departments... 2,504,768

31st March
III. Law and Justice 4,818,251
IV. Education, Sci-

1876; viz.
ence, and Art 3,016,084
V. Colonial and Con-

Under Act 38 Vic.
sular Services ... 559,502

7,000,000 0 0
VI. Superannuation,
&c.

526,755
VII. Miscellaneous 123,082

Under Act 38 Vic.
-12,990,931 0 0

...15,000,000 0 0
REVENUE DEPARTMENTS, &c. 7,706,680 0 0
ADVANCES FOR GREENWICH Hog-

Under this Act ... 24,982,163 0 0
PITAL AND SCHOOL ...
145,088 0 0

-46,982,153 0 0
Total £47,864,814 8 11

Total £47,864,814 8 11

cap. 2

cap. 10

222-223-224-225-226.
DEFICIENCIES 1873-4.
Supply-cont.

Total of
COMMITTEE Mar 5-Report Mar 8

Vote.
Total of

COMMITTEE Mar 11-REPORT Mar 12
Vote

Advances for GREEN-
£
wich HOSPITAL and

£ s. d.
NAVY
.. 240,299 15 SCHOOL

2,139 77
After short debate, Vote agreed

Total of Vote

£439,506 8 11
to

[222] 1358

8. d.

...

£

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3,000
9,000

...

...

25,000

...

2,000
5,500

750

4,000

3,000

Civil SERVICES, viz., £ 8. d.

Class I.
Royal Palaces

1,665 16 2

SUPPLEMENTARY 1874-5.
Royal Parks and Pleasure Gardens 3,423 11 9 COMMITTEE Mar 5-REPORT Mar 8
County Court Buildings

498 16 2
Surveys of the United Kingdom 5,627 4 6

Navr, viz.
British Consulate Houses, Constan-

Charges on Account of Arctic Expedi-
tinople, &c.
2,866 17 5 tion

[222] 1349

After short debate, Vote agreed to
Class II.

Steam Machinery, &c. Breaking up
House of Commons Offices

Ships
102 4 2

Miscellaneous Services
Colonial Office

901 5 2
Board of Trade

810 17 10
Civil Service Commission

ASHANTEE EXPEDITION :-

123 14 6
Registrar of Friendly Societies

Towards defraying the expense of the

58 18 9
Exchequer and other Offices in

expedition into Ashantee
Scotland

114 13 11
General Register Office, Ireland

.: 777

5 11
Office of Public Works, Ireland 463 10 5

CIVIL SERVICES, viz. :

CLASS I.
Class III.

Furniture of Public Offices ...
Land Registry Office

2 7 6 Surveys of the United Kingdom
Metropolitan Police

8 6 7 Wellington Monument

[222] 1360
Convict Establishments in England

After short debate, Vote agreed to
and the Colonies

20,110 16 1

British Embassy Houses and Consular
Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asy-

and Legation Buildings [222] 1361
lum, England

205 5 0

After short debate Vote agreed to
Court of Probate, Ireland ... 1,099 16 9 Marlborough House
County Prisons and Reformatories,
Ireland

414 25

Class II.
Dundrum Criminal Lunatic Asylum,

Home Office and Subordinate Departe
Ireland

3 9 2

ments

Colonial Office
CLASS IV.

Charity Commission
University of London

32 2 2 Exchequer and Audit Department
National Gallery of Ireland

36 11 4 Stationery Office and Printing
Queen's University in Ireland 100 10 4 After short debate, Vote agreed to

[222] 1361
CLASS V.

Register Office, General, Scotland

Chief Secretary for Ireland, Offices
Diplomatic Services

6,940 13 10 Local Government Board, Ireland
Tonnage Bounties, &c., and Libe-

After short debate, Vote agreed to
rated African Department 1,074 1 0

[222] 1362

Public Record Office, Ireland
Class VI.

Public Works Office, Ireland
Miscellaneous Charitable and other

Register Office, General, Ireland
Allowances, Ireland

45 11 11

General Survey and Valuation of Ire-
land

[222] 1363
Class VII.

After short debate, Vote agreed to
Temporary Commissions

600
1,250
3,108
1,100
25,000

962

375
1,604

150
830
540

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15,887

2,482 38
Deep Sea Exploring Expedition 711 16 3

Class III.
Law Charges

[222] 1363
Total Civil Services Deficiencies 50,702 9 8 After short debate, Vote agreed to

London Bankruptcy Court
REVENUE DEPARTMENTS, viz.

Miscellaneous legal Charges, England

Court of Bankruptcy, Ireland
Post Office

£36,575 2 1
Post Office Telegraph

Registry of Deeds, Ireland

County prisons and reformatories, Ire-
Service
£109,790 8 2

land

[222] 1364
146,365 10 3

After short debate, Vote agreed to
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1,540

210
957
365

1,547

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222—223-224-225-226.
Supply-cont.

Total of , Supply-cont.
Vote.

Moved, “That 60,000 Men and Boys Numbers.
Dundrum Criminal Lunatic Asylum,

be employed for the Sea and Coast-
Ireland

150

guard Service for the year ending
Miscellaneous Legal Charges, Ireland 750

the 31st March, 1876, including

14,000 Royal Marines,”[222] 1634 ;
Class IV.

after long debate, Vote agreed to 60,000
National Portrait Gallery

296
Learned Societies...
1,547

Total of
Public Education, Ireland
18,700

Vote.
National Gallery, Ireland
100

$
Queen's University, Ireland

(1.) Wages to Seamen and Marines... 2,636,162
Moved, “That a sum, not exceeding
£223, be granted, &c."

COMMITTEE April 9—REPORT April 13
Moved, " That the Item of £120 for

(2.) Victuals and Clothing for ditto... 1,106,581
medals and prizes be omitted, &c.”

After short debate, Vote agreed to
(Mr. Sullivan); after short de-

[223] 654
bate, Amendt. negatived; Vote

(3.) Admiralty Office [223] 657 183,916
agreed to
[222] 1364 223

After short debate, Vote agreed to
(4.) Coast Guard Service, Royal Naval
Reserve, &c.

[223] 658 188,505
Class V.

After short debate, Vote agreed to
Diplomatic Services [222] 1364 2,000 (5.) Scientific Branch [223] 660 107,324
After short debate, Vote agreed to

After short debate, Vote agreed to
Colonies, grants in aid

3,186
Tonnage bounties

COMMITTEE July 8
Moved, “That a sum, not exceeding

(6.) Dockyards and Naval Yards at
£18,000, be granted, &c.”

Home and Abroad
Moved, “ That the Item of £12,000

Moved, That a sum, not exceeding
for destruction of Dhows by H.M.S.

£1,322,069, be granted, &c.”
“ Thetis,” be omitted, &c.” (Mr.

Moved to report Progress (Mr.
Anderson) ; after short debate,

Samuda); Motion agreed to ; Com-
Amendt. withdrawn ; Vote agreed

mittee-R.P.

[225] 1205
to
[222] 1365 18,000 Comm. August 3—- After debate, Vote

agreed to—Report August 4 1,322,069
Class VII.

[226] 489
Temporary Commissions

2,760 COMMITTEE April 9–REPORT April 12
Miscellaneous Expenses

[222] 1366

2,830 (7.) Victualling Yards at Home and
After short debate, Vote agreed to

Abroad

75,548
Repayments to Civil Contingencies

(8.) Medical Establishments at Home
Fund

and Abroad

64,644
Moved, “ That a sum, not exceeding

(9.) Marine Divisions [223] 661 18,868
£13,247, be granted, &c.”

After short debate, Vote agreed to
Moved, “ That the Item of £500 for
gratuity to Lieutenant Wood

Committe: Aug 3—Report Aug 4
(despatches from Coomassie) be

(10.) Naval Stores for the Building,
omitted, &c.” (Sir Charles Dilke);

Repair, and Outfit of the Fleet and
after short debate, Amendt with-

Coast Guard, Steam Machinery and
drawn; Vote agreed to [222]1366 13,247 Ships built by Contract :
Ashantee Expedition (Gratuities, &c.) 33,992

Section I. Naval Stores
Mediterranean Extension Telegraph

Moved, “That a sum, not exceeding
Company

4,859 £1,261,000, be granted, &c.”

After short debate, Vote agreed to 1,261,000
Total Civil Services Supplementary 183,915

[226] 489

Section II. Steam Machinery and
REVENUE DEPARTMENTS.

Ships built by Contract

902,608
Post Office-- Telegraph Service

After debate, Vote agreed to
123,620

[226] 502
Total of Vote £443,155 (11.) New Works, Buildings, Machinery,

and Repairs
Moved, That a sum, not exceeding

£652,751, be granted, &c.”
Moved, “ That a sum, not exceeding

£644,751, &c."(Mr. Edwards); after
debate, Moved to report Progress

(Dr. Kenealy), negatived ; Motion
NAVY ESTIMATES, 1875-6.

agreed to ; Vote, as amended, agreed
COMMITTEE Mar 11-REPORT Mar 12

[226] 503 644,751
Departmental Statement of the First

COMMITTEE April 9—Report April 12
Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. Ward

(12.) Medicines and Medical Stores 73,330
Hunt) in moving the Navy Esti.

After short debate, Vote agreed to
mates

[223] 661
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222-223-224-225-226.
Supply-cont.
Total of Supply-cont.

Total of
Vote.

Vote.
£ COMMITTEE Aug 3_REPORT Aug 4 £
(13.) Martial Law and Law Charges. 15,904

(1.) Wages, &c. to Seamen and Marines 4,400
(14.) Miscellaneous Services

148,823

After short debate, Vote agreed to
After short debate, Vote agreed to

[226] 477
[223] 661

(15.) Half Pay, Officers, Navy and Ma-
rines

[226] 477 1,300
Total for the Effective Service 8,758,033

After debate, Vote agreed to
(15.) Half Pay, Reserved Half Pay, and
Retired Pay to Officers of the Navy

Total Naval Services ... £10,825,194
and Royal Marines [223] 663 888,211
After short debate, Vote agreed to
(16.) Military and Civil Pensions and
Allowances :

Section 1. Military Pensions
and Allowances

681,781

ARMY ESTIMATES, 1875.6.
Section II. Civil Pensions and

COMMITTEE Var 8-REPORT Mar 9
Allowances

284,529

Departmental Statement of the Se-
Total for the Naval Service ...10,612,554 cretary of State for War (Mr.
FOR THE SERVICE OF OTHER DEPART-

Gathorne Hardy) in moving the
MENTS OF GOVERNMENT.

Army Estimates
(17.) Army Department (Conveyance

Moved, " That a number of Land
of Troops)
[223] 663 172,090

Forces not exceeding 129,281 be

maintained for the Service, &c.
After short debate, Vote agreed to

from the 1st day of April 1875, to
Total Navy ESTIMATES ... £10,784,644

the 31st day of March 1876"

[222] 1413
SUPPLEMENTARY 1876-6.

After long debate, Vote agreed to
COMMITTEE July 15—Report July 16

NUMBERS.

Numbers
CHARGES CONSEQUENT ON THE VOYAGE

(A.) Total number of Men, exc sive
OF IT.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES

of the Staff of Brigade Depôts to
TO INDIA.

be formed from permanent Staff of
Vote No. 1.-SUB-HEAD 1.- WAGES,

Auxiliary Forces

126,090
&c. To SEAMEN AND MARINES :

Staff of Brigade Depots to be formed
For Wages of additional Officers and

from Staff of Auxiliary Forces 3,191
Men required to be employed

3,500

Total number of Men upon the
Vote No. 2.- VICTUALS AND CLOTHING

British Establishment

129,281
FOR SEAMEN AND MARINES :
For Cost of Provisions, &c. of the
above

1,200

I. REGULAR FORCES.
VOTE No. 6.- DOCKYARDS AND NAVAL

(1.) General Staff and Regimental £
YARDS AT HOME AND ABROAD :

Pay, Allowances, and Charges 4,543,000
For Labour at Portsmouth Dock-

After short debate, Vote agreed to
yard in preparing the Ships, re-

[222] 1469
pairing them on return, &c.

4,580
Vote No. 10, SECTION 1.- NAVAL

COMMITTEE April 5-REPORT April 6
STORES for BUILDING AND REPAIR-

(2.) Divine Service (223) 322 51,100
ING THE FLERT, &c.

$

After short debate, Vote agreed to
SUB-HEAD C.-Coals

13,700

(3.) Administration of Military Law 26,700
Other Stores

11,070

After short debate, Vote agreed to
24,770

[223] 324
Vote No. 10, Section 2, SUB-HEAD E.-

(4.) Medical Establishments and Ser-
REPAIRS OF SHIPS AT OTHER THAN

vices

[223] 324 248,700
H.M. DOCKYARDS

1,000 After short debate, Vote agreed to
Vote No. 12.-MEDICINES AND Medi-
CAL STORES, &c.

200 II. AUXILIARY AND RESERVE FORCES.
Vote No. 14.-MISCELLANEOUS

COMMITTEE May 20—Report May 21
SERVICES :

£

(5.) Militia Pay and Allowances 685,300
For Canal Dues, Pilotage, &c. 2,300

After short debate, Vote agreed to
For Cost of Supplies to l.R.H.

[224] 711
the Prince of Wales and
Suite, for Extra Cost of
Messing Officers, and for

COMMITTEE April 5—REPORT April 6
Special Allowances to Mess

(6.) Yeomanry Cavalry [223] 325

78,900
Servants, &c.

5,300

After short debate, Vote agreed to
7,600 (7.) Volunteer Corps

Moved, " That a sum, not exceeding
42,850 $137,200, be granted, &c."
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