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Affirmations BillMotion That leave be given to bring in a Bill to allow
165
Electric Telegraph CompaniesQuestion Colonel Wilson PattenAnswer
195
MONDAY JUNE 2
225
The Chief Constable for East SuffolkQuestion Mr G W BentinckAnswer
235
Declaration of Title Bill Lords Bill 102read 2 and committed for Monday
263
Ilighways Bill Bill 135Motion That the Bill be now read the third
273
The Slave TradeTreaty with the United StatesObservations Lord
279
Foreign TelegraphsQuestion Mr J C EwartAnswer Sir Charles Wood
289
National EspenditureMotion
305
Poor Relief Ireland No 2 Bill Committeecontinued
349
Inclosure Bill Bill 50read 3 and passed 530
383
THURSDAY JUNE 5
393
Question
407
The Camel Corps in IndiaQuestion General BuckleyAnswer Sir George
409
Ironcased Ships of War Question Sir Frederic SmithAnswer
439
SUPPLYCivil Service Estimatescontinued
441
1
453
The Galway ContractQuestion Lord DunkellinAuswer Viscount Palmerston 466
467
FRIDAY JUNE 13
533
Oxford University Bill No 88read 2 and committed to a Committee of
537
Brompton CemeteryQuestion Mr II BerkeleyAnswer Sir George Grey 544
553
SUPPLY_Order for the Committec of Supply read Motion That Mr Speaker
607
Transfer of Land Bill Lords Bill 101Order for Committte readMotion
631
Courts of the Church of Scotland Bill No 141 House in Committee
633
Omnibus FaresQuestion Mr Dawson Answer Sir George Grey 636
637
SUPPLY_Report 12th JunePostponed Resolution British MuseumReso
663
TUESDAY JUNE 17
667
Ellice St Andrews moved and withdrawnClause agreed to
673
Channel IslandsMotion
693
Salmon Fisheries Scotland Bill Bill 139considered in Committee
715
720
719
Employment of Naval Officers in ChinaQuestion Lord Robert Montagu
729
Police and Improvement Scotland Bill Bill 133considered in Committee
981
Parochial Assessments Bill Bill 144Order for Committee read Motion
1007
Roman Catholic Prisoners Bill Bill 140Order for Second Reading read
1029
THURSDAY JUNE 26
1073
The German Legion at the Cape of Good HopeReply Sir George Lewis
1103
FRIDAY JUNE 27
1115
Red Sea and India Telegraph Company Bill No 109 Amendments reported
1123
Ludacy Scotland Bill Bill 120considered in Committee
1139
SUPPLYOrder for the Committee of Supply readMotion That Mr Speaker
1149
MONDAY JUNE 30
1201
CanadaNew ZealandQuestion Mr Arthur MillsAnswer Mr Chichester
1213
Law relative to Night Poaching Question Sir William GallweyAnswer
1221
Fortifications Provision for Expenses Bill Bill 168 Motion That the Bill
1227
TUESDAY JULY 1
1283
Drainage Ireland Bill Bill 145considered in Committco 1296
1297
Marriages Ireland Bill Bill 69considered in CommitteeMotion That
1313
1322
1321
Works in Kensington GardensQuestion Mr IIarvey LewisAnswer
1337
FRIDAY JULY 4
1401
Crown Private Estates Bill No 89read 2 and committed to a Committee
1413
Poor Relief Ireland No 2 Bill Sir Robert Peel Bill 180Order
1451
MONDAY JULY 7
1477
Game Law Amendment No 2 Bill as amended by Select Committee
1491
Journeyman BakersQuestion Mr KinnairdAnswer Sir George Grey 1494
1495
Bleaching and Dyeing Works Act Amendment Bill Question Lord John
1503
Fortifications Provision for Expenses Bill Bill 168Order for Committee
1545
516
1573
866
1283
Hull CitadelMotion
Merchant Shipping Acts c Amendment Bill Bill 136As amended

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