Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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Contents

Opium Trade with ChinaOpinion of the Law OfficersQuestion of the Earl
249
Political OffendersWilliam CuffeyQuestion of Mr T Duncombe
265
The Works in St Jamess ParkObservations of the Earl of Malmesbury 286
285
The Designs for Public Offices Commission Question of the Duke
301
The Russia CompanyQuestion of Mr Clay
307
MONDAY MAY 11
379
The Improveinents in St Jamess ParkQuestion of the Earl of Malmesbury 380
399
SupplyNavy EstimatesHouse in Committee
413
Transportation and Penal Servitude Billconsidered
473
TUESDAY MAY 12
479
The Savings Bank BillQuestion of Mr Collins
537
Ministers Money Ireland Bill Motion of Mr Fagan for Second Reading
539
WEDNESDAY MAY 20
621
THURSDAY MAY 21
633
Dublin PortCommittee moved for by Mr Vanco negatived by a Majority
661
The ContinuousService SeamenQuestion of the Earl Talbot 482
697
Fraudulent Trustees c Leave given to the Attorney General to bring in
707
Adjournment of the HouseCommittee to sit notwithstandingHouse at
719
Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Bill Second Reading put off to Tuesday next
767
Parliamentary and Magisterial Oaths Question of the Earl of Wicklow 778
779
SupplyReport Resolutions reported
837
Preaching in Exeter Hall Question of Viscount Dungannon 900
905
930
929
JointStock Companies c BillBill read
955
Police Bill ScotlandQuestion of Mr Mackie
1007
Lunatics in Scotland Observations of Mr E Ellice
1019
SupplyArmy EstimatesHouse in Committee
1047
SavingsBanks BillBill withdrawn
1087
THURSDAY JUNE 4
1091
Alehouse Licensing Billllouse in CommitteeBill read
1179
JointStock Companies Act Amendment Bill House in Committee
1391
TUESDAY JUNE 9
1393
Local ConstablesQuestion of Mr Miles
1421
Lunatics Scotland Motion of the Lord Advocate for leave to bring in
1453
Charitable Uses Bill Motion of Mr Atherton for leave to bring in a BillBill
1471
Ecclesiastical Commission c Motion of Sir G Grey for leave to bring in
1485
off for six months
1539
THURSDAY JUNE 11
1549
Indian ArmyQuestion of Mr Rich 1564
1567
Administration of Bengal Resolution of Mr Kinnaird Previous Question
1587
FRIDAY JUNE 12
1637
Land Transport CorpsOn the Motion of Mr T Duucombe Select Committee
1639
Divorce and Matrimonial Causes BillAmendments reported
1657
JointStock Companies Amendment BillHouse in Committee 1638
1665
SupplyCivil Service EstimatesHouse in Committee
1689
198
1693
Sound Dues BillOrder for Committee readAmendment of Mr Williams that
1737
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
200
1877
1884
1883
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
Communication with IrelandOrdnance MapsQuestions of Mr Repton
2011
Organization of the ArmyObservations of General Peel
2047
Wills of British Subjects abroadMotion of Sir Fitzroy Kelly for leave to bring
The Oaths Bill Notice of Motion by Sir Frederic Thesiger

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