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LORDS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17.
Habeas Corpus Suspension (Ireland) Bill-
Bill brought from the Commons ; read 1"; and to be printed. (No. 12.)

Standing Orders Nos. 37 and 38 dispensed with, after short debate
Then it was moved, “That the Bill be now read 2* :"-(Earl Russell:)

Motion agreed to :-Bill read 2* accordingly :-Committee negatives :-

Bill read 34, and passed.
Art Bill [....]-Presented (The Lord Stanley of Alderley); read 14. (No. 15)
Telegraph Act Amendment Bill (8.1.)— Presented (The Lord Stanley of Alderley);

read 1". (No. 13)

House adjourned during pleasure :-House resumed.

[February 17.]

Cattle Diseases Billy The Lord President) Brought from the Commons; read 14. (No. 14) 666
A COMMISSION read; and the Clerk of the Crown having read the title of the

following Bill-namely, HABEAS CORPUS SUSPENSION (IRELAND) Bill—the
Clerk of the Parliament signified Her Majesty's Assent to the said Bill.

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[February 19.)

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Sea FISHERIES COMMISSION—Question, Mr. E. Craufurd; Answer, The Lord

Advocate

761

CATTLE STATISTICs-Question, Colonel Wilson Patten; Answer, Mr. Milner

Gibson

761

CATTLE PLAGUE (IRELAND) - Question, Mr. Gregory; Answer, The Attorney

General for Ireland

762

The llabeas CORPUS SUSPENSION (IRELAND) ACT-The Royal ASSENT_THE

SITTING ON SUNDAY-Question, Mr. Mainwaring ; Answer, The Chancellor

of the Exchequer

762

Cattle Plague Bill (Bills 7 & 24)-
Considered in Committee (on re-commitment)

763

After some time spent therein,

Committee report Progress; to sit again

To-morrow.

LORDS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20.

CATTLE PLAGUE Act-Question, The Earl of Ellenborough; Answer, Earl

Granville

803

CATTLE PLAGUE RETURNS - Observations, Earl Stanhope ; Reply, Earl Granville 804

SMALLPOX Among SHEEP - Question, The Earl of Derby; Answer, Earl

Granville

804

THE CATTLE Plague-Questions, The Duke of Buccleuch ; Answer, The Duke

of Marlborough

805

MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS HELENA-MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN

807

Ordered, That the said Message be taken into consideration on Thursday

next.

PROVISION FOR PRINCE ALFRED-MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN

807

Ordered, That the said Message be taken into Consideration on Thursday

next.

Art Bill (No. 15)—

After short debate, Bill read 2* and committed to a Committee of the Whole

House on Thursday next

807

TIE CATTLE DISEASES ACT- Notice of Question, The Duke of Buccleuch 809

Metalliferous Mines Bill The Lord Kinnaird)—Presented; read 1". (No. 21) 810

Habitual Offenders (Scotland) (1866) Bill – The Lord Kinnaird)-Presented ; read 1*.

(No. 22)

810

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[February 20.)

IRELAND-PROCLAMATION OF THE COUNTY OF LOUTH-Question, Mr. S. B. Miller ;

Answer, Mr. Sullivan

815

( ARMY-CONVEYANCE OF TROOP HORSES TO IRELAND-Question, Mr. W. R. Gore;
Answer, Mr. Milner Gibson

816
THE METROPOLITAN POLICE AND THE FENIAN CONVICTS-Question, Mr. Bagwell;
Answer, Sir George Grey

816

PRINCESS HELENA AND PRINCE ALFRED_Messages from the Queen brought up,

referred to the Committee on Her Majesty's Message relative to the

Princess Helena :-Committee thereupon on Thursday

817

MONUMENT TO VISCOUNT PALMERSTON-Notice, The Chancellor of the Exchequer 818
Artizans and Labourers' Dwellings Bill-
Motion for Leave (Mr. M'Cullagh Torrens)

818
After debate, Motion agreed to:-Bill ordered (Mr. M'Cullagh Torrens, Mr.

Locke, Mr. Kinnaird); presented, and read the first time. [Bill 27.]

Elective Franchise-

Motion for Leave (Mr. Clay)

825

After long debate, Motion agreed to :-Bill ordered (Mr. Clay, Mr. George

Clive, Mr. Gregory)

Act of Uniformity Bill-

Resolution in Committee (Mr. E. P. Bouverie)

847

After short debate, Bill ordered

(Mr. E. P. Bouverie

, Mr. Dudley Fortescue)
Bank Notes (Ireland) Bill-
Resolution in Committee (Sir Colman O'Loghlen)

848
After short debate, Bill ordered (Sir Colman O'Loghlen, Mr. O'Beirne)

Cattle. Plague Bill [Bills 7, 24, & 32]–

Bill considered in Committee on re-commitment)

849

And after some time spent therein, Bill reported [Bill 24); re-committed for

'

Thursday.

Postmaster General Bill-Ordered (Mr. Darby Griffith, Mr. Badfield); prescnted, and

read the first time. [Bill 25]

867

Turnpike Roads Bill-Ordered (Mr. Whalley, Mr. Ayrton)

867

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888

COMMONS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22.

London (City) Traffic Regulation Bill (by Order)-
Bill read a second time, after debate, and committed to a Select Committee of
Twelve Members :- Instruction to the Committee

892

GRIEVANCES OF INDIAN OFFICERS-Question, Lord Stanley; Answer, Mr.

Stansfeld

895

INDIA-SINGAPORE — THE STRAITS SETTLEMENTS Question, Lord Stanley;

Answer, Mr. Cardwell

895

EPPING FOREST-Question, Mr. Doulton; Answer, Mr. Childers

896

WATERWORKS BILLS-Question, Mr. Ferrand; Answer, Mr. Milner Gibson 897

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS —Question, Sir William Hutt; Answer, Mr. Milner

Gibson

898

Cattle Plague STATISTICS-Question, Mr. Owen Stanley; Answer, Mr. H. A.

Bruce

898

DISEASES IN SHEEP_Question, Sir Jervoise Jervoise ; Answer, Mr. H. A. Bruce 899

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES — Question, Mr. Locke; Answer, Mr. Childers

899

JAMAICA-MR. GORDON'S TRIAL-Question, Mr. Buxton; Answer, Mr. Cardwell 900

CATTLE DISEASES Act-Question, Lord Robert Montagu ; Answer, Mr. Baring 901

PRINCESS HELENA AND PRINCE ALFRED— Messages from Her Majesty considered
in Committee; and Resolutions agreed to thereon

902
MONUMENT TO Viscount PALMERSTON_Monument to Viscount Palmerston con-
sidered in Committee; and an humble Address agreed to thereon

910

Jamaica Government Bill (Bill 17]-

Bill read a second time, after debate, and committed for To-morrow

918

Cattle Plague Bill (Bills 7, 24, 32]-
Bill considered in Committee on re-commitment)

928
And after some time spent therein, Bill reported; as amended, to be con-

sidered Tomorrow. (Bill 32.]

Vaccination Bill-Ordered (Mr. Bruce, Mr. Baring); presented, and read the first time.

[Bill 33]

955

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