Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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Stipendiary Magistrates Bill Bill 189
143
Accused Persons Case of Me Blundell Petition from Bever Blundell
145
Fisheries Ireland BillCommittee continued
165
Fisheries Ireland BillCommitteecontinued
173
Public Works Manufacturing Districts Bill No 199
199
OrderedTurnpike Trusts Arrangements gulation Lords Bill 220 Waywardens
205
Second Heading Navy Prize Agents No Third HeadingDrainage and Improvement
207
Fortifications Provisions for Expenses Bill Bill 213
213
MINUSES Select CommitteeEcclesi 238 Petty Sessions Ireland Bill 235
235
Hawkers LicencesQuestion Mr Ferrand Answer The Chancellor of
249
Third Rending Indemnity Land Tax 162 Companies Clauses No 232
251
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
253
LORDS TUESDAY JULY 14
337
GreeceQuestion The Marquess of Normanby Answer Earl Russell 338
339
Public Works Manufacturing Districts Bill No 199
343
Eppltjg FokestForestal RightsQuestion Mr Torrens Answer Mr Peel 354
353
Azkem JahNawab of the CarnaticMoved
375
Casual Poor Metropolis Bill Bill 155
389
Amendment proposed to leave out the word now and at the end of
397
Superannuations Union Officers Bill
407
KITCHEN AND REFRESHMENT Rooms House of CoMMONs CoMMITTEE
409
Bill to be read 3 Tomorrow and to be printed
411
Ionian IslandsUkmoval of Judges
415
COMMONS THURSDAY JULY 9
429
Augmentation of Benefices Bill Lords Bill 134
497
Fisheries Ireland BinCommitteecontinued
503
Growing Crops Seizure Ireland Bill Bill 211
507
British Columbia Boundaries Bill h l No 149
535
Malta a_nd Alexandria Telegraph CableQuestion Mr Crawford Answer
539
Resolutions to be reported on Monday next Committee to sit again Tomorrow
551
United StatesRecognition of the Southern ConfederacyThe Adjourned
553
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
571
MINUTES Sat Firtt in Parliament Committee RemoTal of Irish Poor
613
PolandMoved That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty for
629
Alterations in Judges Circuits Bill h l
655
Fortifications Provision for Expenses Payment to Bank of England
673
Fortifications Provision for Expenses Bill Bill 213
675
Union Relief Aid Acts Continuance Bill Bill 199
721
Expiring Laws Continuance Bill
727
BbazilThe Prince of WalesClaim of CompensationObservations
731
Galway ContractQuestion The Earl of Hardwicke Answer Lord Stanley
747
Medals fob the Bengal ArtilleryQuestion Mr Humberston Answer
777
Fire InsurancesMotion made and Question proposed
803
Banda and Kirwee BootyMotion made and Question proposed
817
COMMONS WEDNESDAY JULY 15
823
Axcnoits ahd Csair Cables BillCommitteecontinued
847
Fisheries Ireland Bill No 229
849
On Question Whether the said Clause shall stand part of
1043
English Church Services in Wales Bill Lords Bill 190
1045
Army Pbize Pbopebty
1051
ArmyThe Lancaster GunQuestion Mr Harvey Lewis Answer
1057
Affaibs of PolandMotion made and Question proposed
1093
Anchors and Chain Cables Bill Bill 95
1135
LORDS TUESDAY JULY 21
1139
Alkali Works Regulation Bill h l No 215
1143
Amendments reported according to Order
1145
Augmentation of Benefices Bill Lords Bill 134
1149
Dockyard ApprenticesQuestion Sir Arthur Buller Answer Lord Clarence
1159
Case of Mr George 0Mallet IrwinMotion made and Question proposed
1173
Dcblin asd Edinburgh Corporations
1185
Dissenting Chapels c Motion made and Question proposed
1197
Cmttict EstablishmentsQuestion Mr Walter Answer Sir George Grey 1206
1207
Augmentation of Benefices Bill lords Bill 134
1229
Business of the House
1231
Secondary PunishmentsQuestion Mr Warner Answer Sir George
1277
British Columbia Boundaries Bill Lords Bill 187
1321
Report Poisoned Grain fcc Prohibition sions Ireland No 242
1331
VoltnteebsMoved
1355
Superannuations in DockyardsQuestion Mr Hennessy Answer Lord
1361
GreeceCession of the Ionian IslandsObservations Mr Cavendish
1397
Alkali Works Regulation Bill Lords Bill 220 266
1427
Telegraphs Bill Bill 252
1431
Fisheries Ireland BillConsideration of LordsAmendmentscontinvtd
1437
COMMONS MONDAY JULY 27
1463
PAEOcniAL AssessmentsQuestion Mr Pugh Answer Mr C P Villiers
1469
Telegraphs Bill Bill 278
1487
PROROGATION OF THE PARLIAMENTcontinued
1489
Vict
1501
JapanProtection to British SubjectsQuestion Mr Baillie Cochrane 438
Order of St Michael and St Georbe Question Lord Ernest Bruce
JAPANPROTECTION To BRITISH
7
TAxATION of LABRADoRQuestion Mr Henry Seymour Answer Mr Chichester
Fortifications BillOrder of BusinessQuestion Sir Morton Peto Answer 440
Tmhtbopk Accident at BirminghamObservations The Earl of Malmesbury
431
433
LORDS FRIDAY JULY 3
3
434
Second Reading Thames Embankment ment No 184 Telegraphs No 185
7
MINUTES Select CommitteeThames Poisoned Grain Ac Prohibition Bill 223
9
435
5
438
15
Mr Belsham ksti the Confederate AuthoritiesQuestion Mr Blake
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Page 129 - That the Book of Common Prayer, and of Ordering of Bishops, Priests, and Deacons, containeth in it nothing contrary to the word of God, and that it may lawfully so be used, and that he himself will use the form in the said book prescribed in public prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and none other.
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