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Resolutions Mr Chancellor of
151
Taxes in EUROPEQuestion Mr White Answer Mr Layard
195
Court of Chancery Ireland BillMr Attorney Generalordered read 1 Bill 6
201
SAFFRON HILL MURDERQuestion Mr Lawson Answer Sir George Grey
209
GOVERNMENT ANNUITIESQuestion Mr Salt Answer The Chancellor of
223
Small Benefices Ireland Act 1860 Amendment BillSir H Cairnsordered
225
Public House Closing Act 1864 Amendment Bill
231
BRITISH KAFFRARIAQuestion Mr Arthur Mills Answer Mr Cardwell
237
Law of Evidence c Bill
257
PRIVATE BILLSPRINTING OF PETITIONS
281
MALTRESOLUTION
283
Juries in Criminal Cases Bill Bill 247
315
BRITISH EMBASSY AT WASHINGTON Question Mr Watkin Answer Mr Layard 318
319
COURTS OF JUSTICE SITE BILLRETURNSObservations The Earl of Longford
415
PRIVATE BILLSCHAIRMANS CASTING VOTENEW STANDING ORDER
441
Capital Punishments within Gaols Bill
455
NeroCross Roads Billby Order
495
AFRICA WESTERN CoastMOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE
535
Railway Construction Facilities Act 1864 Amendment BillMr Whalley
563
LORDS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23
579
Bank Notes Issue Bill Bill 12
607
SUPPLY Motion made and Question proposed That Mr Speaker do
631
Cheltenham and Gloucestershire Water Billby Order
641
INDIANAVIGATION OF THE GODAVERYQuestion Mr Smollett Answer
657
VALUATION OF LANDS AND HERITAGES SCOTLAND
733
NUMBER OF THE ARMYQuestion Colonel Gilpin Answer The Marquess
747
Committee report Progress to sit again
829
CONTROVERTED ELECTIONSCHAIRMENS PANEL
835
MILITIA TRAVELLING ALLOWANCESQuestion Sir Henry Stracey Answer
845
Oriminal Cases Evidence Bill Bill 87Second Reading deferred till
945
BOROUGH FRANCHISE EXTENSION BILL Question Mr Collins Answer
957
ARMSTRONG GUNS FOR Foreign GOVERNMENTS Question Mr Laird Answer
959
LEONARD EDMUNDS Esq RESIGNATION OF CERTAIN OFFICES
1221
Municipal Corporations Ireland Act Amendment BillMr BlakeOrdered
1301
Sewage Utilization Bill Bill
1357
LORDS THURSDAY MARCH 9
1365
SUPPLYREDEMPTION OF THE SCHELDT TOLL
1455
Benefices Act Mr E P Bouverie Amendment proposed 1458 To leave out from the word That to the end of the Question in order to add the words
1459
PATENT LawsQuestion Mr Hibbert Answer The Attorney General
1475
Theatres c BillMr Lockeordered read 1 Bill 64
1529
long debate thereon
1595
Question
1605
CONVENTUAL ESTABLISHMENTS Question Mr Hennessy Explanation
1637
LORDS TUESDAY MARCH 14
1645
1654
1659
WRECK ABSTRACT Question Mr Bentinck Answer Mr Milner Gibson 1662
1691
TURKEY AND PERSIATHE BOUNDARY NEGOTIATIONS
1727
SUPPLYArmy Estimatescontinued
1761
Colonial Naval Defence Bill Bill
1823
MEDICAL OFFICERS IN UNIONS IRELANDAmendment proposed
1839
time Sir Robert Peel
1907
WEST INDIA AND PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANYS MAIL CONTRACTSQuestion
1921
STANDING ORDERSSelect Committee nominated 140
1923
Peel presented and read 10 Bill 73
2001
The BALLOTQuestion Mr Berkeley Answer Sir George Grey
NATIONAL EDUCATION Observations The Earl of Harrowby Reply Earl
Pilotage Order Confirmation BillMr Milner Gibsonconsidered in Committee
GREENWICH UNION_CASES OF MARY MORIARTY JULIA HAnnON AND OTHERS
MR GREGSON LATE CHAIRMAN OF THE PUBLIC PETITIONS COMMITTEE
AZEEM JAIPUBLIC PETITIONS COMMITTEE FORGED SIGNATURES Special
METROPOLITAN POLICE RATEObservations Mr Cox Reply Sir George Grey 1900
MADRAS IRRIGATION COMPANY Question Mr Smollett Answer Sir C Wood
RAILWAY COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PASSENGERS AND GUARDS Question
CHINABRITISH SUBJECTS IN THE CHINESE SERVICEQuestion Colonel Sykes

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Sida 11 - That an humble address be presented to his majesty, that he will be graciously pleased to give directions that there be laid before this house, copies of...
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Sida 53 - THE Civil War in North America still unhappily continues. Her Majesty remains steadfastly neutral between the contending Parties, and would rejoice at a friendly Reconciliation between them. " A JAPANESE Daimio in Rebellion against his Sovereign infringed the Rights accorded by Treaty to Great Britain and to certain other Powers; and the Japanese Government having failed to compel him to desist from his lawless Proceedings, the Diplomatic Agents and the Naval Commanders of G-reat Britain, France,...
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Sida 53 - Majesty remains steadfastly neutral between the contending parties, and would rejoice at a friendly reconciliation between them. A Japanese Daimio, in rebellion against his Sovereign, infringed the rights accorded by treaty to Great Britain, and to certain other Powers ; and the Japanese Government having failed to compel him to desist from his lawless proceedings, the Diplomatic Agents and the naval commanders of Great Britain, France, the Netherlands, and the United States of North America, undertook...
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