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THE THAMES NAVIGATION-Question, Mr. Bathurst; Answer, Mr. M. Gibson 1709

FISHERIES (IRELAND)-Question, Mr. Blake; Answer, The Attorney General for

Ireland (Mr. Lawson)

1710

CATTLE PLAGUE BILL-Questions, Mr. Hunt; Answer, Sir George Grey 1710

ARMY-CAVALRY HORSES—Question, Mr. O'Reilly; Answer, The Marquess of

Hartington

1711

THE EASTER RECESS Question, Colonel Wilson Patten; Answer, The

Chancellor of the Exchequer

· 1711

Parliamentary Oaths Amendment Bill [Bill 13]—

Moved, " That the Bill be now read a second time,”-(Sir George Grey)

Amendment proposed, to leave out the word “now," and at the end of the

Question to add the words "upon this day six months."-(Mr. Newdegate.)

After long debate, Question put, “That the word 'now'stand part of the

Question :"_The House divided ; Ayes 298, Noes 5; Majority 293 :-

List of the Noes

1736
Main Question put, and agreed to :-Bill read a second time and committed

for Thursday next.
SUPPLY-Order for Committee read; Motion made, and Question proposed,

“ That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair :".

Case of MR. FERGUSON—Amendment proposed,

To leave out from the word “That" to the end of the Question, in order to add the words

“there be laid before this House, Copies of the entry on the charge sheet of the Greenwich

or any other Police District, under which Mr. Ferguson was locked up in a police cell

on the night he was assaulted (and other Documents],”—Mr. H. B. Sheridan,)—instead

thereof

1737

After debate, Question, “That the words proposed to be left out stand part

of the Question,” put, and agreed to.

Main Question, “That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair,” put, and

agreed to:

SUPPLY considered in Committee-ARMY ESTIMATES-CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES

(on Account) -

(In the Committee.)

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(1.) £1,134,800, Commissariat Establish- (7.) £842,600, Disembodied Militia.- After

ment.--After debate, Vote agreed to 1747 debate, Vote agreed to

1766

(2.) £454,400, Clothing Establishments.- (8.) £85,200, Yeomanry Cavalry. - After

After debate, Vote agreed to

1750 debate, Vote agreed to

1768

(3.) £603,300, Barrack Establishment Ser. (9.) £348,100, Volunteer Corps.-After de-

vices and Supplies. After debate, Vote bate, Vote agreed to

1769

agreed to

1767 (10.) £45,000, Enrolled Pensioners.

(4.) £41,100, Divine Service.

(1.) £965,800, Manufacturing Establish-

(5.) £22,000, Martial Law.-After debate, ments.— After debate, Vote agreed to 1773

Vote agreed to

1763 (12.) £428,000, Military Store Establish-

(6.) £248,500, Hospital 'Establishments,

ments and Warlike Stores.-After debate,

Services, and Supplies.

Vote agreed to

1777

SUPPLY-CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES-

Motion made, and Question proposed,

" That a sum, not exceeding £1,828,000, be granted to Her Majesty, on account, for or to-

wards defraying the charge of the following Civil Services to the 31st day of March, 1867—

[Then the several Services set forth at length)

.. 1779

Motion agreed to :-Resolutions to be reported To-morrow.

Marine Mutiny Bill-

Bill considered in Committee

.. 1783

And after some time spent therein; Bill reported, without Amendment.

New Forest Poor Relief Bill-Ordered (Viscount Enfield, Mr. illiers) ; presented,

and read the first time. (Bill 57]

1787

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LORDS, FRIDAY, MARCH 9.

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INDIAN ARMY-GRIEVANCES OF INDIAN OFFICERS-PETITION-Question, The
Earl of Ellenborough ; Answer, Earl De Grey and Ripon

1788
ABYSSINIA — IMPRISONMENT of British SUBJECTS—Question, Lord Chelmsford ;
Answer, The Earl of Clarendon

1788

Princess Helena's Annuity Bill (No. 39)—

Mored, “That the Bill be now read 24,"-(The Lord President)

1789

After short debate, on Question, agreed to :-Bill read 2* accordingly, and

committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday next.

Prince Alfred's Annuity Bill (No. 40)

1791

Mored, " That the Bill be now read 24,"—(The Lord President)

On Question, agreed to ; Bill read 2* accordingly, and committed to a Com-

mittee of the Whole House on Monday next.

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COMMONS, FRIDAY, MARCH 9.

ILLNESS OF MR. SPEAKER—MR. Dodson, the Chairman of the Committee of

Ways and Means, sat as Deputy Speaker.

PRIVATE Bills—STANDING ORDERS—Standing Order No. 52 read.

Amendment proposed,

To add, at the end thereof, the words “and shall specify by a denoting mark against each

name which, if any, of the persons named in such book of reference as owners or reputed

owners, lessees or reputed lessees, and occupiers, belonging to the labouring classes ; and

all weekly tenants and lodgers shall be deemed to belong to the labouring classes.”-

(Mr. Thomas Hughes)

1792

Question proposed, “That those words be there added."-After debate,

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

WESTMINSTER SCHOOL—Question, Mr. Mowbray; Answer, Sir George Grey .. 1804

ARMY-EMPLOYMENT OF NATIVE TROOPS IN CHINA-Question, Colonel North;

Answer, The Marquess of Hartington

1805

THE CATTLE DISEASE—Question, Mr. Maguire; Answer, The Attorney General

for Ireland

1805

ARMY-ARTILLERY- RIFLED Gons Question, Lord Elcho; Answer, The

Marquess of Hartington

1806

Customs SALARIES-Question, Mr. Torrens; Answer, Mr. Childers

1806

GUILFORD BATTERY, DOVER-Question, Major Dickson ; Answer, The Marquess

of Hartington

1807

PARLIAMENTARY OATAS AMENDMENT BILL Question, Sir Henry Barron;

Answer, Mr. Disraeli

1808

CATTLE PLAGUE BILL—Question, Mr. Graves ; Answer, Sir George Grey 1808

OBSOLETE STATUTES Question, Mr. Hadfield; Answer, The Attorney

General

1808

THE DEVONPORT ELECTION—Question, Sir John Pakington ; Answer, Lord

Clarence Paget

1808

THE CASUAL POOR, CLERKENWELL-Question, Mr. Kinnaird ; Answer, Mr. C.

P. Villiers

1809

THE BANKRUPTCY LAW-Question, Mr. T. Chambers ; Answer, The Attorney

General

1809

MUTINY BILL-Question, Mr. Darby Griffith ; Answer, The Marquess of

Hartington

1809

SUPPLY-Order for Committee read; Motion made, and Question proposed,

" That Mr. Deputy Speaker do now leave the Chair:".

SMOKE FURNACES — Observations, Sir Robert Peel; Reply, Sir George Grey :-

Long debate thereon

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March 9.1

SUPPLY--Committee continued.

ARTILLERY-TAE REPEATING RIFLE—Question, Mr. Watkin; Answer, Major

Walker

1828

Dogs in SCOTLAND-Observations, Mr. Ellice; Reply, The Chancellor of the

Exchequer

1832

FISHERIES (IRELAND) - Question, Mr. Blake; Answer, The Attorney General

for Ireland

1837

ENGINEERS OF THE ROYAL NAVY-Observations, Sir Edward Dering; Reply,

Lord Clarence Paget

. 1840

Motion, " That Mr. Deputy Speaker do now leave the Chair," agreed to :-

SUPPLY considered in Committee-Navy ESTIMATES

(In the Committee.)

(1.) £173,665, Admiralty Office

.. 1846

After short debate, Vote agreed to.

Motion made, and Question proposed,

“ That a sum, not exceeding £1,368,971, be granted to Her Majesty, to defray the Salaries

of the Officers and the Contingent Expenses of Her Majesty's Dockyards and Naval Yards

at Home and Abroad, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the

31st day of March 1867."

After long debate, Motion made, and Question, " That the Chairman do

report Progress, and ask leave to sit again,”-(Mr. Otway,) put, and
negatived: - Original Question put, and agreed to :-Resolutions to be

reported on Monday next.

Mutiny Bill-

Bill considered in Committee

1880

After some time spent therein ; Bill reported, without Amendment.

Thames Navigation Bill — Ordered (Mr. Milner Gibson, Mr. Monsell); presented, and

read the first time. [Bill 59]

1884

Railways Clauses Bill-Ordered (Mr. Milner Gibson, Mr. Monsell); presented, and read

the first time. (Bill 60]

1884

Waterworks Bill-Ordered (Mr. Milner Gibson, Mr. Monsell); presented, and read the

first time. [Bill 61]..

1884

Merchant Shipping Act (1854) Amendment Bill-presented, and read the first time.

[Bil! 68]

1884

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LORDS.

SAT FIRST.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5.
The Earl of Bradford, after the Death of his Father.
The Marqness of Bristol, after the Death of his Father.
The Duke of Newcastle, after the Death of his Father.
The Lord Walsingham, after the Death of his Father.

COMMONS.

NEW WRITS ISSUED.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. For Tiverton, v. Right Hon. Viscount Palmerston, deceased. For Brecknock, o. Colonel John Lloyd Vaughan Watkins, deceased. For Lancaster County (Northern Division), v. Right Hon. Marquess of Hartington,

Secretary of State. For London, o. Right Hon. George Joachim Goschen, Chancellor of the Duchy of

Lancaster. For Limerick County, v. Right Hon. William Monsell, Vice President of the Board

of Trade. For Sunderland, v. Henry Fenwick, Esq., Commissioner of the Admiralty. For Ripon, v. Right Hon. Sir Charles Wood, Baronet, Manor of Northstead. For Leominster, o. Gathorne Hardy, Esq., who has elected to sit for the University of

Oxford.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26.
For Richmond, v. Hon. John Charles Dundas, deceased.

TUESDAY, MARCH 6.
For Kerry, v. Right Hon. Henry Arthur Herbert, deceased.

VOL. CLXXXI. (THIRD SERIES.] []

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26.
London—Right Hon. George Joachim Goschen.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. Ripon—Lord John Hay.

THURSDAY, MARCH 1. Leominster-Richard Arkwright, Esq. Brecknock—The Earl of Brecknock. Lancaster County (Northern Division)-The Marquess of Hartington.

MONDAY, MARCH 5.
Limerick County-Right Hon. William Monsell.
Tiverton-Hon. George Denman.

TUESDAY, MARCH 6. Sunderland-John Candlish, Esq.

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