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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 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 LIGHT 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
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Campbell ; Answer, Mr. Bourke
MERCHANT SHIPPING Act, 1873 — THE BARQUE “STANLEYQuestion,

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.

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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, &c. [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 Selwin-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.

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MERCHANT SHIPPING ACTS—SCREW STEAMERS CARRYING GRAIN-Question,

Mr. Wilson; Answer, Sir Charles Adderley

91

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

92

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 JOHN O'BRIEN—Question, Mr. Sullivan ;
Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross

100
CRIMINAL LUNATIC ASYLUM, DUNDRUM — JANE HANLON

Question, Mr.
French ; Answer, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach

100

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

Newdegate

101

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]

102

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.

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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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COMMONS, THURSDAY, JULY 29.
MERCHANT SHIPPING Act, 1871 — THE “ALCEDO"-Question, Mr. Mac-

donald ; Answer, Sir Charles Adderley
IRISH FISHERIES · IRISH REPRODUCTIVE LOAN FUND Question, Mr.

O'Connor Power; Answer, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach

LEGAL DEPARTMENTS COMMISSION—Question, Lord Frederick Cavendish;

Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

CRIMINAL LAW SENTENCES FOR VIOLENT ASSAULTS—Question, Mr. J. G.

Talbot; Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross

MERCHANT SHIPPING Act, 1871. - PROSECUTION AT POOLE Question, Mr.

Evelyn Ashley ; Answer, Sir Charles Adderley

RAILWAYS — LEVEL CROSSING AT BEDFORD — Question, Captain Polhill-


Turner; Answer, Sir Charles Adderley

PUBLIC BUSINESS — LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOANS BILL Question,

Mr.

Hamond ; Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

174

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COMMONS, FRIDAY, JULY 30.

COUNTY COURTS — IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT – CASE OF WILLIAM SMALL-

BONES—Question, Mr. Charles Lewis; Answer, The Attorney General

PERU—THE CREW OF “ TALISMAN”-Question, Dr. C. Cameron ;

Answer, Mr. Bourke
JUDICIAL STatistics of SCOTLAND-Question, Nr. Lyon Playfair ; Answer,

Mr. Assheton Cross

RULES OF MILITARY WARFARE CONFERENCE AT St. PETERSBURG

Question, Mr. Beckett-Denison; Answer, Mr. Bourke

TURKEY-CONSULAR TRIBUNALS-Question, Mr. Scourfield; Answer, Mr.

Disraeli

Post OFFICE — STOCKTON-ON-TEES — Question, Mr. Dodds; Answer, Lord

John Manners

IMPRISONMENT BY JUDGE OF PROBATE COURT — CASE OF THOMAS DWYER-

Question, Mr. French ; Answer, The Solicitor General for Ireland

MINES—USE OF BLASTING POWDER—Question, Mr. Macdonald; Answer,

Mr. Assheton Cross

SPAIN—The Civil War— BOMBARDMENT OF SPANISH VILLAGES—Question,

Mr. O'Clery; Answer, Mr. Bourke

WEST AFRICA — EXCHANGE OF TERRITORY-Questions, Mr. Knatchbull-

,
Hugessen, Sir Joseph M.Kenna; Answers, Mr. J. Lowther
THE TICHBORNE TRIAL-—Question, Mr. Whalley; Answer, Mr. Assheton

Cross
BREACH OF ORDER MR. PLIMSOLL AND MR. BATES - PERSONAL EXPLA-

NATION—Question, Mr. Bates; Answer, Mr. Disraeli

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