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General Board of HealthBill read 1 196
197
Divorce and Matrimonial Causes BilSecond Reading put off to Tuesday next
199
Petty Sessions Clerks IrelandQuestion of Mr Gregory
209
Sale of BeerCommitteeBill read 1 216
221
Election Expenses BillBill read lº 238
243
Indian AdministrationCase of Mr ThomasMotion for Returns withdrawn 250
249
The Incumbered Estates Courts Ireland Question of Mr Cogan
257
Political Offenders William CuffeyQuestion of Mr T Duncombe 262
263
Navy EstimatesStatement of Sir Charles Wood 266
281
FRIDAY MAY 15
285
The Works in St Jamess ParkObservations of the Earl of Malmesbury
301
The Russia CompanyQuestion of Mr Clay
307
380
379
Visco
399
Dulwich CollegeQuestion of Mr T Duncombe 400
401
Mr Williams and the Army Observations of Colonel North 408
477
The Marquess of WestmeathPersonal Explanation
479
The Chelsea BridgeQuestion of Sir John Shelley
539
Aggravated Assaults BillOrder for Second Reading readAmendment of
541
Ministers Money Ireland Bill Motion of Mr Fagan for Second Reading
621
Education in ScotlandQuestion of Viscount Melgund
633
Maynooth CollegeMotion of Mr Spooner for a Committee with a view
673
Fraudulent Trustees c Leave given to the Attorney General to bring in
685
Contracts Public Departments Enlargement of Members of Committee 692
697
FRIDAY May 22
711
The Slave TradeObservations by Sir George Pechell 748
753
SupplyHouse in Committee
765
778
777
The Inns of CourtLegal EducationQuestion of Mr Warren
833
Legislation for IrelandQuestion of Sir John Pakington
835
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Ireland BillHouse in Committee
899
Military SchoolsQuestion of Lord Burleigh 930 Military SchoolsQuestion of Lord Burleigh
931
Land TaxMotion of Mr W Mackinnon for the appointment of a Select Com
985
JointStock Companies c BillBill read
999
Case of the Regimental SergeantsQuestion of Sir John Trelawny
1247
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Ireland Bill House in Committee
1275
MortmainQuestion of Mr Hadfield
1319
The Italian Legion and the Argentine RepublicQuestion of Mr M Milnes 1338
1341
Fraudulent Trustees c BillAfter Debate Bill read
1371
JointStock Companies Act Amendment BillHouse in Committee
1391
The Mutinies in India Question of the Earl of Ellenborough
1393
Local ConstablesQuestion of Mr Miles
1421
Lunatics Scotland Motion of the Lord Advocate for leave to bring in
1453
Notley Hospital Returns moved for by Sir De NorreysReturns ordered
1475
JointStock Companies BillOrder for Third Reading readAmendment
1487
Property Qualification Motion of Mr Locke King for the Second Reading
1533
Princess Royals Annuity BillBill read
1549
Civil Service EstimatesNotice of Motion by Mr Wilson 1566
1567
Administration of Bengal Resolution of Mr Kinnaird Previous Question
1587
JointStock Companies Amendment BillHouse in Committee 1638
1637
The Irish GovernmentMr StuartQuestion of the Earl of Leitrim 1638
1641
Divorce and Matrimonial Causes BillAmendments reported
1657
Troops in the MauritiusQuestion of Mr Laurie
1665
SupplyCivil Service EstimatesHouse in Committee
1689
MONDAY JUNE 15
1739
Civil Service SuperannuationQuestion of Sir James Elphinstone
1757
Poor Rates Metropolis Presentation of Petition by the Earl of Malmesbury 1868
1869
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Ireland BillHouse in Committee
1885
Workhouses IrelandMotion of Mr Fagan for the appointment of a Select
1899
Divisions on WednesdaysRepeal of the Standing Order proposed and negatived
1935
Bathing BillMotion of the Marquess of Westmeath for the Second Reading 1884
1937
THURSDAY JUNE 18
1959
Communication with IrelandOrdnance MapsQuestions of Mr Repton
2013
Organization of the ArmyObservations of General Peel
2047
Ecclesiastical Corporations BillBill read 2 2076
Wills of British Subjects abroadMotion of Sir Fitzroy Kelly for leave to bring
1421

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