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Public Prosecutors Bill Bill
239
DOMINION OF CANADATHE RED RIVER INSURRECTIONQuestion Lord
253
Children c Protection Bill 1 Presented The Marquess Townshend read
271
Irish Land Bill Bill 297
297
Pier and Harbour Orders Confirmation Bill
323
MALTING REGULATIONSQuestion Mr G Milles Answer The Chancellor
391
WAR IN CUBAQuestion Mr Gilpin Answer Mr Otway
393
Amendment proposed
411
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION BILLQuestion Lord Robert Montagu Answer
419
Hudsons BAY COMPANY Question Viscount Milton Answer
423
Parliamentary Elections Bill
431
Creditors Sequestrations Bill H Presented The Earl of Harrowby read 1No 91
459
PUBLIC PROSECUTIONSMOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE
465
raised from OpiumSir Wilfrid Lawson 480
489
PARLIAMENTSLIGO BOROUGH WRITMoved
523
Benefices Bill Bill 46
535
County Coroners Ireland Bill Bill 64
547
Suburban Commons Bill Bill 41
559
Ecclesiastical Dilapidations Bill R L Presented The Lord Archbishop of York
571
Irish Land Bill Bill
577
brish Land Bill continued
605
Question put That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
621
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
631
To leave out from the word inquire to the end of the Question in order to add
637
SUPPLYCommitteecontinued
643
ILLEGAL LOTTERIESObservations Mr Charley Reply Mr Bruce
743
CanadaTHE FENIAN CONSPIRACYQuestion Mr Whalley Answer
761
New Clause Legality of tenant custom other than Ulster custom 774
775
STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONS
789
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE BILL H
809
EAST INDIA COUNCIL OF STATERESOLUTIONMoved
825
EMPLOYMENT OF CHILDREN IN AGRICULTUREObservations Mr Fawcett
853
Married Womens Property Bill Bill
877
Bill read a second time and com
891
Marriage with a Deceased Wifes Sister Bill No
911
After long debate on Question That now stand part of
923
ARMYMILITARY STORESQuestion Mr Miller Answer Mr Cardwell
965
SINGAPOREJUDICIAL INDEPENDENCEPETITION presented Earl Grey
1041
Navy_SALE OF ADMIRALTY STEAMSHIPSQuestion Mr Gourley Answer
1055
BRITISH HONDURASQuestion Mr Barnett Answer Mr Monsell
1351
RAILWAY ACCIDENTS COMPENSATION
1363
After some time Committee report Progress to sit again upon
1405
Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 155768 c
1437
CONVENTUAL AND MONASTIO INSTITUTIONSMOTION FOR NOMINATION
1461
PUBLIO BUSINESSTHE WHITSUNTIDE RECESSTHE IRISH LAND BILL
1467
HALFPENNY CARD PostageQuestion Dr Lyon Playfair Answer
1497
729
1503
SALARIES TO CLERKS IN THE CUSTOMSQuestion Colonel Taylor Answer
1543
SUPPLYOrder for Committeecontinued
1551
Tramways Bill No 107
1589
Customs and Inland Revenue Bill Bill 133
1627
List of the Committee
1639
730
1677
Gun Licences Bill Bill 134
1679
Norwich Voters Disfranchisement Bill No 88
1687
Education Bill
1699
SAVINGS BANKSQuestion Sir John Lubbock Answer The Chancellor
1701
Debtors Ireland Bill 1 L Presented The Marquess of Clanricarde read
1711
350
1729
Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put and agreed
1741
WASTES OF MANOR IN WALESQuestion Mr Walsh Answer
1767
NAVYGOVERNMENT STORESQuestion Mr Holms Answer Mr Baxter
1819
Commons Inclosure Bill Bill 119
1911
STANDING ORDERSTHE ORDER OF DEBATE IN THIS HOUSERESOLUTION
1933
FOREIGN Postage Question Mr Crawford Answer The Marquess
1945
Merchant Shipping Code Bill Bill 24
1987
To leave out from the words be committed to the end of the Question in order to
2007
THIRD SERIES
2013
357
2017
PROPOSED REPUBLICAN DEMONSTRATION IN HYDE PARKQuestion General
2019
THE RITUAL COMMISSIONQuestion The Earl of Shaftesbury Answers Earl
2025
739
2043
That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty for Copies of the award made
2047
Irish Land Bill Bill 29
2049
COINAGE CONTRACTSObservations Mr Muntz Reply The Chancellor
2057
Naturalization Bill Nos 1831
2059
PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGESQuestion Mr Peek
394

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