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II. SUBJECTS OF DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

15. Royal Assent to the Choice of a Speaker

83

Private Bills--Regulations concerning them for the Session 168

Address in Answer to the King's Speech

169

21. Sessional Orders—Notice of Amendment intended to be pro-
posed by Mr. Hunt

185
22. Tithes (Ireland)-Objections made to the Commutation in 236
Reform Petitions-Opinions in Wales

239
Church of Ireland --Petitions against it

239
Report of the Address—Discussion on the omission of the name
of Providence in the King's Speech-State of Ireland

240
Interference of Peers-Mr. Hunt's Resolutions withdrawn 253
Money Bills-Privileges of the House-Resolution to enable
the Peers to alter pecuniary penalties

253
Punishrnent of Death-Question

254
Freemen of Durham

254
Additional Representatives for Mayo

254
23. Maynooth College-Petition not to grant it Money

268
Affray at Newtownbarry-Petition-Explanations from both
sides of that Outrage

268

June 24. Reform-Petitions from Marlborough

Cholera Morbus--Motion for Copies of Communications received

by the Government on this subject

Parliamentary Reform-Bill for England-Motion for leave to

bring it in, and leave given

Corn Laws--Motion for Returns

322

351

412

436

446

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30. Reform Petitions-Complaint made by the Fife Boroughs 499

Cotton Factories Select Vestries - Questions as to Mr. Hob-

house's intentions

501

Freedom of the Beer Trade-Petition-Remarks on the effects
of the late Act, to give freedom to the Beer-trade

502
Reduction of Public Saiaries—Motion by Mr. Alderman Wood

- Reductions made by the former, and by the present Ministry 512

General Register of Deeds-The Bill to establish such a Regis-

try, ordered to be brought in

548

Affray at Newtownbarry – A Motion for papers, which is

withdrawn

553

Use of Molasses in Breweries--A Committee appointed to

inquire if that ought, under certain circumstances, to be allowed 564

Reform Bill for Ireland, brought in and read a first time

570

Vestry Taxation-A Motion for Returns to ascertain the number

of Catholics and Protestants in Ireland, which is withdrawn 572

Supply-Public Works in Ireland-Resolutions to grant 50,0001.

to carry on these Works

July 1.
Reform-Intemperate Petitions-Petition from Oxford

578

Repeal of the Union—Conduct and character of the Irish

Yeomanry

582

Abuses of the Press— Explanation as to the phrase, “ The Ene-

my's Camp "

587

The Customs' Acts-Coal Duties-Repeal of the duties on
Coal, Culm, &c.—Resolutions passed

592

Barilla Duties-Resolutions to Repeal them

597

Duty on Raw Cotton-Resolutions imposing that Duty

598

Excise Acts—Duty on Candles—Repeal of that Duty

601

Supply — Miscellaneous Estimates – Expense of the Royal

Palaces-Of Holyhead Roads — Liverpool Custom House 602

Public Works (Ireland)—Report of the Committee

617

Importation of Arms into Ireland--Motion for leave to bring in

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a Bill to regulate the Importation - Registration of Arms-
Debate on subject adjourned

618
Reform Bill (Scotland-Brought in and read a first time

620

July 4.Securing Seats in the House-Question, and principles which

regulate this subject

648

Petitions on Reform from the County of Westmeath

650

Vote by Ballot-Petition

651

Repeal of the Union with Ireland-Petition - Wrangling between
Mr. O'Connell and Mr. Hunt

652

Parliamentary Reform-Bill for England - Motion for the Second

Reading - Preliminary observations on the case of Mr.

Gregson

654

Nliçit Distillation (Ireland) - Second Reading of a Bill to

modify the Laws on this subject

719

5. Reform Petitions-Discussion on the conduct of the Corporation

and Inhabitants of Marlborough

724

Parliamentary Reform-Bill for England-Second Reading-

Adjourned Debate

728

Dean Forest Boundaries Bill—Instruction to the Committee to

provide for the payment of the Commissioners

795

Growth of Tobacco (Ireland) Prohibition Bill Committed 796

Advance of Public Money to Ireland—Resolutions reported 796

6. New Writ for Reigate-Sir Joseph Yorke--Tribute to that

Officer

799

New Writ for Liverpool-Motion that it be issued, and Motion

that the Debate be Adjourned-The latter Motion carried 800

Distress in Ireland-Question as to what the Government means

to do to relieve it

801

Party Processions (Ireland)-Question as to whether the Govern-

ment has taken any means to discontinue them—They are
generally deprecated

802

Parliamentary Reform-Bill for England-Second Reading

Adjourned Debate—Third Day--Question as to the 101.

clause

804

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