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MONDAY FEBRUARY 11
267
SupplyIndian FinanceObservationsCommittee appointed for Wednesday 274
283
Chatham Dockyard Enlargement Motion of Lord Clarence Paget for leave
323
ArmyVacancies in Cavalry RegimentsQuestion of Mr Darby Griffith 338
339
County Rates and ExpenditureMotion of Sir John Trelawny for leave to bring
355
HighwaysMotion of Sir George Lewis for leave to bring in a Bill
399
Bankruptcy and Insolvency BillBill read
417
Amendment Motion
439
Appropriation of Seats Sudbury and St Albans Motion of Sir George Lewis
447
Question of Lord Truro
461
1
465
The Disturbances at Chatham PrisonQuestion of Mr Alderman Salomons 472
473
The New Law CourtsQuestion of Sir John Shelley
485
Explanation of
487
orough
489
d Wynford
543
582
581
Offices held by MembersMotion of Mr White for ReturnsMotion negatived
667
698
697
ChinaDestruction of the Emperors Summer PalaceExplanation of
747
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22
763
Presentation of a Bill by
781
Metropolitan TollsQuestion of Mr T Duncombe
787
Burgh Schools Scotland Question of Mr Dunlop
803
The Anderson Slave CaseQuestion of Mr Haliburton
821
The Indian LoanQuestion of Colonel Sykes
851
Mr Clares Iron Vessel Patents Motion of Mr Hennessy for PapersMotion
861
New Zealand General AssemblyQuestion of Lord Alfred Churchill 876
877
Hour appointed for Reception 140
891
Bankruptcy and Insolvency BillHouse in Committee 880
907
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 26
929
Recovery of DebtsMotion of Mr Hodgkinson for leave to bring in a Bill
949
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27
989
Convict Establishment at BermudaQuestion of Lord Naas 1086
1057
Grand Juries Ireland Question of Mr Sullivan 1086
1087
The University of DurhamQuestion of Mr Fenwick
1123
THURSDAY March 7
1525
Lights Buoys and BeaconsQuestion of Mr Beamish
1537
Poor Law Relief IrelandSelect Committee nominated
1627
Medical Service in India Question of Sir Stafford Northcote
1641
Fire InsuranceMotion of Mr H B Sheridan for leave to bring in a Bill
1655
Grand Jury Presentments IrelandMotion of Mr Butt for a Select Committee
1675
Great Dover Road BillOrder read for resuming Adjourned Debate on Question
1715
TUESDAY March 12
1795
Workhouse Officers IrelandQuestion of Mr Lanigan
1809
The Board of AdmiraltyPersonal Explanation of Sir John Pakington
1831
Lewis for leave to bring in a Bill
1833
Relations with ChinaMotion of Colonel Sykes for PapersMotion withdrawn
1841
NavyPromotion and Retirement Motion of Viscount Palmerston That
1883
Hop Duties Motion of Mr Dodson for a Removal of the Hop Duties negatived
1889
THURSDAY MARCH 14
1939
Sale of Gas Question of Mr Jackson
1957
ArmyNew Barrack StovesQuestion of Colonel William Stuart
1975
Crown Prosecutions at Armagh IrelandObservations of Sir Hugh Cairns
1995
Imerston for a Select Committee
2021
Subdivision of Dioceses BillOrder of the Day for the Second Reading read
2035
The BudgetQuestion of Mr Moffatt
2045
Affairs of MexicoQuestion of Mr Butt
2075
Construction and Improvement of HarboursHouse in Committee
2091
be read a Second Time this
2135
The Governor General of IndiaQuestion of Lord Lyveden
2149
2154
2153
ommittee Resolu
365
poned by the Marquess
NavyPromotion and Retirement Motion of Sir James Elphinstone for
Ling for leave
1271
Colony of QueenslandQuestion of Mr Marsh
Ir H B Sheridan
Ways and MeansHouse in Committee
Salmon Fisheries in ScotlandQuestion of Mr Andrew Steuart

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Stran 773 - No Native of the said Territories, nor any natural-born subject of His Majesty resident therein, shall by reason only of his religion, place of birth, descent, colour or any of them, be disabled from holding any place, office, or employment under the said Company.
Stran 423 - To consolidate and amend the statute law of 'England and Ireland relating to malicious injuries to property...
Stran 973 - At the first • establishment of parochial clergy, the tithes of the parish were distributed in a fourfold division ; one for the use of the bishop, another for maintaining the fabric of the church, a 385 ] third for the poor, and the fourth to provide for the incumbent.
Stran 483 - Every deed or instrument made or entered into between a debtor and his creditors, or any of them, or a trustee on their behalf, relating to the debts or liabilities of the debtor, and his release therefrom, or the distribution, inspection, management, and winding-up of his estate, or any of such matters...
Stran 45 - ... affect the happiness and welfare of a people nearly allied to my subjects by descent, and closely connected with them by the most intimate and friendly relations. My heartfelt wish is that these differences may be susceptible of a satisfactory adjustment. " The interest which I take in the well-being of the people of the United States cannot but be increased by the kind and cordial reception given by them to the Prince of Wales during his recent visit to the continent of America.
Stran 529 - Foreign merchants, in direct custom-house relations with Chinese authorities, all more or less venal and corrupt, launched into a wholesale system of smuggling and fraudulent devices for the evasion of duties.
Stran 973 - ... the fabric of the church, a third for the poor, and the fourth to provide for the incumbent. When the sees of the bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of these tithes, and the division was into three parts only ; and hence it was inferred by the monasteries, that a small part was sufficient for the officiating priest, and that the remainder might well be applied to the use of their own fraternities (the endowment of which was construed...
Stran 643 - AB do solemnly and sincerely in the presence of God profess, testify and declare, that I do believe that in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper there is not any transubstantiation of the elements of bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ, at or after the consecration thereof by any person whatsoever...

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