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[February 6.]

Address to Her Majesty in Answer to Wer Most Gracious Speech.

THE QUEEN'S SPEECH having been reported by The Lord CHANCELLOR ;-
An Address to HER MAJESTY thereon moved by The Marquess of Normanby

(the Motion being seconded by The Earl of Morley) - After long debate,

Motion agreed to

CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES—The Lord REDESDALE appointed, Nemine Dissentiente,

to take the Chair in all Committees of this House for this Session.

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COMMONS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6.

THE VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THIS HOUSE

The Queen's Speech reportedResolution for an humble Address thereon moved

by Lord Frederick Cavendish-(the Motion being seconded by Mr. Graham)
After long debate, Debate adjourned.

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COMMONS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12.

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STANDING ORDERS-Select Committee nominated

342

COMMITTEE OF SELECTION-Committee of Selection nominated

342

LICENSING OF THEATRES—Observations, Mr. Locke; Reply, Sir George Grey 344

THE POOR IN THE METROPOLIS-Question, Viscount Cranbourne ; Answer, Mr.

C. P. Villiers

345

THE SUEZ CANAL-Question, Mr. Sandford; Answer, Mr. Layard

King's COUNTY RETURN-PRIVILEGE-

Motion, " That the High Sheriff of the King's County be called to the Bar

of the House to be examined touching this Return,"-(Mr. Ayrton) 345

After debate, Motion withdrawn.

SUPPLY-QUEEN'S SPEECH considered

Motion for Supply-Order for Committee on Motion, “That a Supply be

granted to Her Majesty :"-Committee thereupon To-morrow.

Cattle Diseases Bill-

Order to consider Cattle Diseases Act in Committee read :-Moved, That

Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair,"—(Sir George Grey)

355

After long debate, Motion agreed to.
Act considered in Committee:- After long debate, Resolution agreed to.
Resolution reported :-Bill ordered (Sir George Grey, Mr. Chancellor of the

Exchequer, Mr. Baring); read the first time. (Bill 6.]

Legal Pensions Bill-

After short debate, ordered (Mr. Attorney General, Mr. Chancellor of the

Exchequer, Mr. Childers); presented, and read the first time. (Bill 8] 427

Labouring Classes' Dwellings Bill-
After short debate, ordered (Mr. Childers, Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer,
Mr. Bruce); presented, and read the first time. (Bill 9]

428

Public Offices (Site) Bill-

After short debate, ordered (Mr. Cowper, Mr. Childers); presented, and read

the first time. [Bill 10]

433

Queen's SPEECH —HER MAJESTY'S ANSWER TO THE ADDRESS reported 434
Cattle Plague Bill—considered in Committee-Ordered (Mr. Hunt, Mr. Holland, Mr.

Banks Stanhope, Sir James Fergusson); presented, and read the first time. [Bill 7] 434
PUBLIC PETITIONS-Select Committee appointed and nominated

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[February 13.)

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EDUCATION OF CHILDREN IN MANUFACTURING Towns—Question, Mr. Fawcett;
Answer, Sir George Grey

448

THE SMOKE NUISANCE—Question, Sir Robert Peel; Answer, Sir George Grey.. 448

CATTLE DISEASES BILL-Question, Mr. Tollemache; Answer, Sir George Grey 449

AsH WEDNESDAY—The House at its rising to adjourn till to-morrow at Two of

the clock.

LEEDS BANKRUPTCY COURT-Question, Mr. Howes; Answer, The Attorney

General

450

JAMAICA — Question, Sir John Pakington; Answer, Mr. Cardwell

450

COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL ON EDUCATION—Select Committee appointed,

To inquire into the constitution of the Committee of Couneil on Education, and the

system under which the business of the office is conducted ; and also into the best mode

of extending the benefits of Government Inspection and the Parliamentary Grant to

schools at present unassisted by the State,” -(Sir John Pakington, List of the Com-

mittee

451

CATTLE PLAGUE (IRELAND) - Moved, that there be laid before the House,

Copy of the Report of the Committee convened by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to con-

sider the measures that might be adopted for arresting the progress of the Cattle Plague,

in case of its appearance in Ireland," (Lord Naas) ..

451

After short debate, Motion agreed to. (Parl. Paper, No. 67.)

Parliamentary Oaths Bill-

Acts read-considered in Committee

450

After long debate, Resolution agreed to :-Bill ordered (Sir George Grey,

Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer); presented, and read the first time.

(Bill 13.)

SUPPLY-Committee on Motion, “That a Supply be granted to Her Majesty."

Queen's Speech referred :- Motion considered.

Resolved, “That a Supply be granted to Her Majesty."

Church Rates Abolition Bill-Ordered (Mr. Hardcastle, Mr. Dillwyn, Mr. Baines);

presented, read the first time. (Bill 11)

459

County Infirmaries (Ireland) Bill-Ordered (Mr. Pollard-Urquhart, Mr. O'Reilly);

presented, read the first time. (Bill 14]

460

Church Rates Commutation Bill-Ordered (Mr. Newdegate, Lord Robert Montagu);

presented, read the first time. [Bill 12]

460

Tests (University of Oxford) Bill — Acts read — considered in Committee : · Bill

ordered (Mr. Coleridge, Mr. Grant Duff); read the first time. [Bill 15)

460

Juries in Criminal Cases Bill-Ordered (Sir Colman O’Loghlen, Colonel French);

presented, read the first time. (Bill 16]

460

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