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Local Government Provisional Orders (Halifax, &c.) Bill-Ordered (Mr. Hibbert,

Mr. Dodson); presented, and read the first time [Bill 158]

Local Government Provisional Orders (Acton, &c.) Bill-Ordered (Mr. Hibbert,

Mr. Dodson); presented, and read the first time [Bill 159]

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Clerical Disabilities Act Repeal Bill (Bill 117]—
Moved, “That the Bill be now read a second time,"—(Sir Gabriel

Goldney)
Amendment proposed, to leave out the word "now," and at the end of

the Question to add the words “ upon this day six months,”—(Mr.

Beresford Hope.)

Question proposed, “ That the word 'now' stand part of the Question:

-After short debate, Question put:—The House divided ; Ayes 101,

Noes 110; Majority 9.-(Div. List, No. 201.)

Words added :-Main Question, as amended, put, and ayreed to :-Second

Reading put off for six months.

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Stolen Goods Bill (No. 60)—

Moved, That the Bill be now read 24,"—(The Lord Chancellor)
After short debate, Motion agreed to :-Bill read 2a accordingly, and com-

mitted to a Committee of the Whole House on Thursday next.

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Charitable Trusts Acts Amendment Bill (No. 59) —

Moved, “That the Bill be now read 2*,"—(The Lord Chancellor)
After short debate, Motion agreed to :-Bill read 2a accordingly, and com-

mitted to a Committee of the Whole House on Tuesday the 24th instant,

[May 12.]

IRISI LAND BILL, 1870–MOTION FOR A PAPER-
Moved, for a print of the Irish Land Bill, 1870, as read a first time in the House of

Lords, showing by difference of print or ink, or by both methods, the amendments
made in the Bill as returned to the Commons, and what afterwards became of such
amendments, i.e., whether agreed to or disagreed to or further amended,—(The Earl

Cairns)

After short debate, Motion agreed to :-Ordered to be laid before the

House.

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SOUTH AFRICA-NATAL-SIR OWEN LANYON-Question, Mr. Rylands; An-

swer, Mr. Grant Duff
ARMY (AUXILIARY FORCES)-REVIEW OF SCOTTISH VOLUNTEERS BY THE

QUEEN-Question, Mr. Fraser Mackintosh ; Answer, Mr. Childers
VACCINATION ACTS-VACCINATION IN WORKHOUSES- -Questions, Mr. Hop-

wood; Answers, Mr. Dodson
CRIMINAL LAW - RE-PUBLICATION OF THE

- FREIHEIT"

Question, Mr.
Bellingham ; Answer, Sir William Harcourt
Crown AGENTS FOR THE COLONIES MEMORANDUM OF SIR PENROSE JULYAN

-Question, Mr. Anderson; Answer, Mr. Grant Duff
ACCIDENTS IN MINES-REPORT of the ROYAL COMMISSION --Question, Mr.

Macdonald; Answer, Sir William Harcourt
NATIONAL EDUCATION (IRELAND)-TEACHERS OF Model Schools-Question,

Mr. Justin M.Carthy; Answer, Lord Frederick Cavendish
PEACE PRESERVATION (IRELAND) Act, 1881-ARMS LICENCES—Questions,

Mr. Healy ; Answers, The Attorney General for Ireland
PRISONS (ENGLAND) ACT-FIRST-CLASS MISDEMEANANTS-Question, Mr.

Healy ; Answer, Sir William Harcourt
LAW AND JUSTICE-PETITIONS OF Right-Question, Mr. J. R. Yorke; An-

swer, Sir William Harcourt

BULGARIA (POLITICAL AFFAIRS) - PROCLAMATION OF PRINCE ALEXANDER-

Questions, Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice, Sir George Campbell ; Answers,

Sir Charles W. Dilke

FRANCE-NEW TREATY OF COMMERCE (NEGOTIATIONS) - Question, Lord

John Manners; Answer, Sir Charles W. Dilke

FRANCE-THE NEW FRENCH GENERAL TARIFF-THE COBDEN TREATY-

Question, Mr. W. H. Smith; Answer, Mr. Chamberlain

RAILWAYS-METROPOLITAN District RAILWAY COMPANY-Question, Mr.

Firth ; Answer, Mr. Chamberlain

Law of Libel-Tue Boston ElectioN-Question, Mr. Heneage; Answer,

The Solicitor General

ARMY RE-ORGANIZATION THE COMMITTEE AND THE NEW SCHEME-Ques-

tion, Mr. O'Shea ; Answer, Mr. Childers

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES (ANIMALS) Acts-FOOT-AND-Mouth DISEASE-OUT-

BREAK AT DUKINFIELD_Question, Mr. Wilbraham Egerton ; Answer,

Mr. Mundella

FRANCE AND TUNIS—THE TURKISI FLEET-Question, Sir H. Drummond

;
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY" (IRELAND) Act, 1881--MR. DILLON,

M.P.-Questions, Mr. Justin M'Carthy; Answers, Mr. Gladstone

RELIGIOUS DISABILITIES--LEGISLATION-Question, Mr. Bellingham ; Answer,

Mr. Gladstone

TREATY OF BERLIN-ARMENIA–Question, Mr. Bryce; Answer, Sir Charles

W. Dilke

PUBLIC HEALTH — SMALL-Pox (METROPOLIS) HOSPITALS—Question, Mr.

W. H. Smith; Answer, Mr. Dodson

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[May 12.]

PARLIAMENT BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE-THE COUNT-OUT ON TUESDAY

Question, Observations, Colonel Alexander ; Reply, Mr. Gladstone

Moved, “That this House do now adjourn"--(Lord Randolph Churchill :)

--After short debate, Question put, and negatived.

SOUTH AFRICA THE TRANSVAAL-THE BBITISH GARRISON8~ Question, Lord

Eustace Ceoil ; Answer, Mr. Gladstone

PARLIAMENT BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE--Observations, Mr. Gladstone

ALKALI, &C. WORKS REGULATION BILL-CEMENT WORK8--Question, Mr.

W. Fowler; Angwer, Mr. Dodson

PARLIAMENTARY OATHB (MR. BRADLAUGH) --Questions, Mr. Newdegate

,
Sir Stafford Northcote, Mr. Labouchére, Lord Randolph Churchill,
Mr. Warton, Sir H. Drummond Wolff, Mr. Dillwyn; Answers, Mr.

Gladstone, Mr. Speaker

LAND LAW (IRELAND) BILL_URGENOY-Questions, Mr. Thorold Rogers,

Mr. Macartney, Mr. Parnell, Colonel Makins, Mr. Macfarlane, Mr.

Onslow, Mr. J. Oowen; Answers, Mr. Gladstone, Mr. Speaker

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Land Law (Ireland) Bill [Bill 135]-SECOND READING. ADJOURNED

DEBATE [SIXTH NIGHT)
Order read, for resuming Adjourned Debate on Amendment proposed to

Question [25th April], " That the Bill be now read a second time:"-
Question again proposed, “That the words proposed to be left out

stand part of the Question:"--Debate resumed
After long debate, Moved, " That the Debate be now adjourned,"—(Mr.

Solicitor General for Ireland :)-Question put, and agreed to :--Debate
further adjourned till Monday next.

MOTIONS.

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Pier and Harbour Orders Confirmation (No. 2) Bill-Ordered (Mr. Ashley, Mr.

Chamberlain); presented, and read the first time (Bill 161]
Local Government Provisional Orders (Cottingham, &c.) Bill—Ordered (Mr.

Hibbert, Mr. Dodson); presented, and read the first time (Bill 162]
Local Government (Ireland) Provisional Orders (Bandon, &c.) Bill-Ordered

(Mr. Solicitor General for Ireland, Mr. Attorney General for Ireland); presented, and

read the first time [Bill 163]
Parliamentary Registration Bill-Ordered (Mr. Boord, Mr. Ashton Dilke, Mr.

Grantham); presented, and read the first time (Bill 165]
EXTRAORDINARY TITHE-

Select Committee nominated :-List of the Committee ..
Report and Minutes of Evidence of the Select Committee on the Tithe Commutation

Amendment Bill, 1873, referred to the Select Committee.

HOUSE OF COMMONS (ACCOMMODATION) -

Select Committee nominated :-List of the Committee ..

LORDS, FRIDAY, MAY 13.

THE LATE EARL OF BEACONSFIELD, K.G. - Her Majesty's Answer to the

Address reported

STATE OF IRELAND-INTIMIDATION AND OUTRAGES-Question, Observations,

Viscount Midleton ; Reply, Earl Spencer :-Short debate thereon

FRANCE AND TUNIS--CIRCULAR OF THE FRENCH MINISTER OF FOREIGN

AFFAIRS—Question, Observations, Earl De La Warr, Lord Stanley of

Alderley; Reply, The Earl of Kimberley

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Local Government Provisional Orders (Halifax, &c.) Bill-Ordered (Mr. Hibbert,

Mr. Dodson); presented, and read the first time [Bill 158]

Local Government Provisional Orders (Acton, &c.) Bill-Ordered (Mr. Hibbert,

Mr. Dodson); presented, and read the first time [Bill 159]

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