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Sept. 7. Dublin corporation-Complaint

498

20. The Slave Trade-Petition

608

New Houses of Parliament Committee appointed to consi-

der the mode of ventilating them

611

Local Courts—Bills postponed sine die

611

23. The Jesuits-Compulsory attendance at Church-Petitions

- Complaint of the law

720

Official Assignees in Bankruptcy– Petition-Misconduct of
the Assignees

722

The Corn-laws--Petition—The Manchester Conference 723

Catholics in India-Motion for papers

725

Distress of the Country-Petition

733

27. Prison Discipline-Sixth Report of the Inspectors

813

28. Frogmore Lodge-Bill read a second time

913

Royal Gardens (Kensington)—Bill read a second time ... 913

30. The Corn-laws- Petition

... 1007

Bribery and corruption at the late General Election

... 1008

Oct. 1. The Corn-laws-Petitions-Explanations

.. 1046

Mansfield Magistrates-Motion for Papers-Conduct of the

Home Office in relation to the Mansfeld Magistrates ... 1019

Poor-law Commission-Bill read a first time

1065

2. Corn-laws-Explanation

... 1088

4. Recent Naval Promotions— Explanation of the Earl of

Minto

... 1090

Financial measures-Late and present Administrations-

Second reading of the Exchequer Bills Funding Bill
Financial policy of the Government

1094

Poor-law Commission-Bill committed

... 1102

Population--Payments-Bill committed

Catholics in India-Petition-Explanation

... 1102

5. Funding of Exchequers Bills-Draining of Towns-Third

reading of a Bill Intentions as to the Drainage of Towns'

Bill

... 1103

The Corn-laws—Explanation-Petitions

... 1105

Yarmouth-Explanation-Mr. Lacon's Letter- Petition

Slavery, and the Slave-trade-Lord Brougham's Explanation 1114

7. Bribery at Elections-Petition

... 1151

Prorogation of Parliament-Speech from the Throne-Par-

liament prorogued

... 1151

II. SUBJECTS OF DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COLONS.

August 19. Choice of Speaker-Direction from the Crown to choose a

Speaker

3

Election of a Speaker-Mr. Shaw Lefevre chosen

3
20. Approval of the Speaker-Her Majesty's approbation of Mr.
Shaw Lefevre signified

12
21. Address in answer to the Speech-Debate Adjourned ... 112
25. Address in answer to the Speech-Adjourned Debate re-
sumed-Debate again adjourned

191
26. Norwich Election-Petition

261
United States-Questions by Mr. Roebuck

263
The Syrian War-Questions

270
Foreign Taxes-Motion for Returns

270

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August 26. Address in Answer to the Speech-Adjourned Debate re-

sumed-Third Night-Debate again adjourned

271

27. Address in answer to Speech-Adjourned Debate resumed-
Division, Lists, &c.

272

28. Address-Report - Amendment, Division, Lists, &c.

455

30. Oaths of Supremacy-Petition of Members

475

Answer to the Address

476

Resignation of Ministers-Announcement by Lord John

Russell

476

Personal Explanation by Mr. Stuart Worsley

483

Oath of Supremacy- Motion withdrawn

487

Sept. 6. The Earl of Scarborough-Indemnity Bill passed through all

its stages

492

The Speech-A Supply ordered to be granted

492

7. Qualification of Members-Resolutions-Debate Adjourned 501

Cork County and Meath Elections

503

Breach of Privilege-The Times - Complaint of that Journal 504

Business of the House-Question

509

Administration of Justice-Bill read a first time

509

16. Public Business – Explanation of the intentions of the new

Administration

511

Foreign Tariffs-Question

517

Commencement of Business-An Alteration

... 518
Royal Demesnes – Kensington Gardens-Leave to bring in a
Bill to let a part of Kensington Gardens

518

Frogmore House and Gardens-Resolution

524

17. Policy of the Administration Motion for a Committee of
Supply-Amendment, Division, Lists, &c.

524

Supply-Miscellaneous Estimates

606

Administration of Justice-Bill put off for six months 607

20. Church Extension-Question

613

Sept. 20. Vacation of Seats Question-Sir Edward Sugden

613

State of the Country (Ireland) Questions

614

Boards of Ordnance and Admiralty-Complaint of naval offi-
cers not being appointed to them ...

618

Slave Trade Question

620

Privileges of the House — Sir Edward Sugden does not va.

cate his seat on being appointed Lord Chancellor of Ire-
land

620

Continuance of the Poor-law Question

624

Corn from Russia-Question

624

Syria Question

627

Distress of the People-Additional discussion-Committee of
Supply resisted— Division Lists, &c.

638

Supply-Miscellaneous Estimates

641

Royal Palaces—Public Distress

645

Museum

652

Model Prison

653

Caledonian Canal

654

Mr. Vizard ...

658

Poor-law Commission Division, &c.

664

Convicts

666

Education in Slave Colonies

666

Fernando Po...

667

Provincial Schools of Designs

667

Maynooth-Division Lists, &c.

668

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland ...

672

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Sept. 20. Supply-Royal Gardens, Kensington-Second reading of the

Bill...

673

21. Vacation of Seats—Member for Ripon-New writ

674

The Prorogation Question

678

Private Bills—Committees Resolutions to make these Com.

mittees--Approximate to Judical Tribunals-Withdrawn. 679

Prevention of Accidents in the Parks-Motion for an Address

to fill up the deep places in the Waters

685

Continuance of Laws-Poor-law Commission-Bills read a

first time

691

Supply—Maynooth College-Report-Explanation... 692
National Gallery-Spurious Pictures

692

A Seaman's pay abroad— Navy Pay Bill read a third time 693

Lunatics-Committee on the Lunatics Bill for continuing the

Law

693

22. Royal Gardens, Kensington-Bill committed

702

Administration of Justice-Vice-Chancellor's annuity-Reso-

lution in Committee

703

Poor-law Commission-Second reading of the Bill for con-

tinuing the Commission

703

Census— Payment of Enumerators-Bill read a first time 720
Adjournement

720

24, Corn in Russia-Question, Incorrect returns

734

Manning the Royal Navy-Question

735

Capture of Acre-Question

737

Retired Annuity to Vice Chancellors— Report on the Reso-

lution-Amendment to reduce it-Division, &c. &c. 737

Administration of Justice (Bill No. 2)-Committed-Amend-

ment on the Compensation Clause-Divisions, Lists, &c. . 742
Supply-Distress of the Country—Motion for a Committee-
Explanation of the State of the Country

758
Ordnance Estimates-Necessity of having a Naval Officer at

the Ordnance-Naval Arms-Captain Warner's invention. 802

27. Private Business-Resolutions moved by Mr. Green

823

Supply-Board of Ordnance-Report

823

The Queen-Saxemundham-Agricultural Association-Ex-
planation

824

Ways and Means-Committee-Financial explanation 828

Poor-law Commission-Committee-Instructions to the

Committee-Divisions, Lists, &c.

881

Expiring Laws—Committee on the Bill

912

28. Timber Duties—Canada-Petition

915

Administration of Justice-Third reading of the Bill_Com-

pensation to Mr. Scarlett

916

Population - Enumerators—Mr. Grove — Committee - Ex-
planation as to a Greenwich Magistrate

924
Poor-law ommission-Committee-Instruction to the Com-
mittee-Divisions, Lists, &c.

926

29. Mr. Warner's Invention · Question...

1001

Dr. Madden- Mission to Africa - Question

1004

Poor-law Commission-Report on the Bill-Explanation 1005

30. Compensation-Explanation by Sir James Graham... .. 1011

Mr. Warner's Invention-Explanation

1012

Falkland Islands-Question

1013

Fine Arts-Question-Painting the Walls of the New Houses

of Parliament

1013

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