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PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES:

THIRD SERIES,

COMMENCING WITH THE ACCESSION OF

WILLIAM I V.

9° VICTORIÆ, 18 4 6.

VOL. LXXXIII.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM

THE TWENTY-SECOND DAY OF JANUARY,

TO

THE TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1846.

First Volume of the Session.

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1846.

Page

Feb. 2. Petition of Mr. Graham-Presentation of

421
Railway Business--Motion for a Return of the Amount of Fees in-

curred by the Introduction of Railway Bills, and how applied,
distinguishing those Paid on each Bill Motion agreed to-Re-
turns ordered

421
American Tariff—Question

422

3. Religious Disabilities—The First Reading of the Bill

439

5. Relief of the Poor in Ireland--Motion of the Earl of Clancarty for

the Appointment of a Select Committee to Inquire into the

Operation of the Laws relating to the Relief of the Destitute Poor

in Ireland, and the Medical Charities in Ireland

46k

6. Petition of Mr. Graham-Question

508

Railway Bills-Motion of the Earl of Dalhousie for Alteration in
the Standing Order No. 224-Motion agreed to

509

Burdens on Real Property--Notice of Motion

518

9. Public Works (Ireland)—The Second Reading of the Bill

528mm

10. Religious Persecution in Russia--Question ...

634

12. Railroads—Report of the Select Committee...

742

12. Crime in Ireland - Motion of the Marquess of Clanricarde for the

Production of Papers relating to all Murders, or Attempts to

Murder, committed in Ireland since the 1st of January, 1842,

and also of all Rewards offered for the Discovery of Offenders,

&c.-Motion agreed to

743

13. Railways-Resolutions of the Earl of Dalhousie for Altering the

Standing Orders relating to Railway Bills-Resolutions agreed

to

832

16. Burdens on Land-- Motion of Lord Beaumont for the Appointment

of a Select Committee to Inquire into the Peculiar Burdens on

Real Property, &c.-Amendment moved by Lord Monteagle-

Amendment and Original Motion agreed to

912

17. Burdens on Land—Nomination of a Select Committee

1043

The Case of Mr. Gulson-Question

1045

19. Proceedings of the Anti-Corn-Law League Presentation of a Pe-

tition

1147

Affairs of the Rio de la Plata-Motion of Lord Beaumont for the

Production of Papers

1152

20. Ministers' Money (Ireland)—Presentation of a Petition

1249

23. Protection of Life (Ireland) Bill (No. 2)—The Second Reading of

the Bill

1348

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1846.

Page

Jan. 26. Public Works (Ireland)—House in Committee-Sir Thomas Fre-

mantle's Motion for authorizing Advances to be made out of the

Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom to be applied for

Public Works in Ireland--Motion agreed to

183

Railway Bills---Sir R. Peel's Motion for the Appointment of a

Select Committee to consider the Mode in which the House

shall deal with Railway Bills proposed to be submitted during

the present Session

Motion agreed to

Committee ap-

pointed

188

Drainage (Ireland)—Motion for Leave to bring in a Bill to
Amend the Drainage Acts (Ireland)-Leave given

222
Business of the House (Wednesdays)-Mr. Cardwell's Resolutions

for the House to meet every Wednesday at Twelve o'clock at
Noon, for Private Business, Petitions, and Orders of the Day,
and continue to sit till Six o'Clock, unless previously Adjourned
-Resolutions agreed to

231

27. Commercial Policy—Customs-Corn Laws-IIouse in Committee

-House resumed-Committee to sit again on Monday, 9th

February

237 -

28. Railway Bills-Resolutions of Mr. Gisborne negatived

329

Public Works (Ireland)- The Second Reading of the Bill

332

29. Adjournment-The Militia-Questions

367

Buenos Ayres and Monte Video-Question

370

Standing Orders - Railway Deposits - Explanation

371

The Ten Hours' Factory Bill-Presentation of Petitions-Lord

Ashley's Motion for Leave to bring in a Bill--Leave given
The First Reading of the Bill

378

Local Taxation--Withdrawal of a Notice

417

Poor Law (Ireland)--Question

419

Public Works (Ireland)--House in Committee-Motion of Sir T.

Fremantle to omit 4th, 5th, and 6th Clauses, and to bring up a
Clause for Extending the Provisions of the Old Act to the Pub.
lic Works-Motion agreed to

420

Peb. 2. The Pritchard Indemnity--Question and Explanation

424

Entailed Lands (Scotland)-Question and Explanation

424

The Militia—Answer to Question

426

Colonial Produce - Foreign Spirits --Questions and Explana-

tion

... 427

Drainage (Ireland)-The Second Reading of the Bill

428
Public Works (Ireland)—Order of the Day for the further consi-

deration of the Report read—Sir R. Ferguson's Amendment to
omit the 5th Clause Amendment negatived_ Division Lists,
&c.-Report agreed to-Bill to be read a Third time

432

Fisheries-Piers and Harbours (Ireland)- Motion of Sir T. Fre-

mantle for Leave to bring in a Bill “ To afford Encouragement

to the Construction of small Piers and Harbours calculated to

extend the Fisheries in Ireland—Leave given—The First Read-

ing of the Bill

435

3. The Timber Duties-Explanation

440

The Ministerial Measures--Question

441

The Appointment of Mr. Chapman--The Corn Laws—Motion for

the Production of Papers- Motion agreed to

441

Archbishops and Bishops-Motion for the Production of Papers-

Returns ordered

449

Turnpike Trusts-Question and Explanation

450

The Sugar Duties—Questions and Explanations

452

Representation of Dorsetshire--Question

453

Charitable Trusts--Question

454

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