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J. G. & F. RIVINGTON;
J. BOOTH; J. BOOKER; J. RODWELL; E. LLOYD; SHERWOOD, GILBERT,
MEETING of Parliament-Discussions in the House of Commons on the
choice of a Speaker-Re-election of Mr. Manners Sutton-King's Speech at the opening of the Session-Debate of four days in the House of Commons, on the Address-Amendments moved by Mr. O'Connell, and Mr. Tennyson, both lost-Address proposed by Mr. Cobbett, rejectedNew Regulations for the business of the House proposed and adoptedCase of Mr. Pease-admitted to take his seat on giving his solemn Affirmation as a Quaker, instead of taking the Oaths.
Bill for the Suppression of Disturbances in Ireland introduced into the
House of Lords-Explanation of its provisions, and Description of the state of Ireland, by Earl Grey-The Bill passes the Lords without opposition—In the Commons, the first reading of the Bill met by an Amendment for a fortnight's Delay-Debate of six days-Speeches of Lord Althorp-Mr. Grote-Mr. Stanley-Sir Robert Peel-Mr. O'Connell-Division on the first Reading—Ainendment, that the Bill was unnecessary, moved against the second reading, and lost-Opposition to the Bill going into Committee-Proceedings and Discussions in the Committee, and alterations introduced into the Bill—Bill passed-Discussions in the House of Peers on the Alterations inade in the Bill-Bill for changing the place of Trial for offences in Ireland—Application of the Coercion Act, Mr. Stanley resigns the office of Secretary for Ireland, and is made Secretary for the Colonies.
Bill for regulating the Irish Church, introduced into the House of Con
Ministers refuse a delay of a week between the bringing in of the Bill and the Second Reading_Second Reading opposed, on the ground that the Bill, being a Tax Bill, ought to have originated in a Committee of the whole House-Committee appointed to report on this question, and reports against the Bill-Resolutions agreed to, and Bill read a first time-Question, whether it could be read a second time without a Royal Message-Debate on the Second Reading-Second Reading carried—Instruction moved, to take away all the Temporalities of the Irish Church, rejected-In Committee, Motion to exclude the Irish bishops from Parliament-Ministers abandon the provision for applying part of the funds to purposes not ccclesiastical-Debate thereon, and omission of the Clause, -Carried-Bill passed, the Irish Opposition Members now voting against it-Motion for a call of the House on the day of the Second Reading of the Bill in the House of Lords, opposed by Ministers, and lost.
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