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June 11. Cheshire Agricultural Society - Presentation of a Petition by Vis-

count Combermere, and Explanation of Lord Delamere

228

Corn Importation Bill— Motion of the Earl of Ripon, “ That the

House do now resolve itself into Committee"-Amendment of

Earl Stanhope, “That their Lordships go into Committee that

day Six Months"-Debate adjourned

231

12. Corn Importation Bill_Order of the Day for resuming the Ad-

journed Debate on Earl Stanhope's Amendment to the Motion

of the Earl of Ripon for House going into Committee on the

Corn Importation Bill read-Debate again adjourned

294

15. Cheshire Agricultural Protection Society - Explanation of Lord

Delamere

438

Petition of the Merchants, Bankers, Traders, &c. of the City of

London relating to the proposed Alterations in the Corn Laws,

&c.—Presentation of a Petition

440

Corn Importation Bill—Explanation of the Bishop of St. David's 445

Corn Importation Bill—Committee—House in Committee—Pre-

amble agreed to—On the Motion, “ That the First Clause stand

part of the Bill”—Amendment of the Duke of Buckingham to

leave out from the word “ annexed” to “ upon”-Amendment

negatived-Division Lists, &c.

452

16. Annuities to Viscount Hardinge and Lord Gough— Proposition of

the Earl of Ripon to postpone the Report on the Amendments

on these Bills Report postponed

539

The Corn Importation Bill Question

541

Corn Importation Bill—House in Committee—Amendment of the

Earl of Wicklow to Clause 1, " That instead of ls. there be a

duty of 5s. on Wheat imported after the 1st of February, 1849"

- Amendment negatived

544

19. The Episcopal Bench-Presentation of a Petition

666

The Canadian Despatches—Explanation

668

Corn Importation Bill-House in Committee- Motion of the Duke

of Richmond for the Insertion of a Clause in the Corn Importa-

tion Bill-Motion negatived-Bill reported

669

22. Corn Importation Bill-Resolution as proposed by Lord Ashburton

negatived

763

Customs Duties Bill—The Silk Trade-Order of the Day for the

House to go into Committee read— Presentation of a Petition,

and Motion of the Duke of Richmond, That the Petitioners

be heard by Counsel at the Bar”—Motion negatived-List of

the Contents-House in Committee ---- Amendment of Lord

Stanley,

“ That Clause 2 be omitted from the Bill”-Amend.

ment negatived— Clause 6 (at the request of the Duke of Rich-

mond) postponed

775

23. The Case of the Rev. Mr. Shore-Presentation of a Petition 869

Customs Duties Bill House in Committee-Schedule of the

Articles on which the Duties are to be removed or reduced

read, and after several Amendments finally agreed to, and

ordered to stand part of the Bill—Bill reported without Amend-

ment

871

25. Petition for better Drainage and Ventilation, &c.-Presentation

of a Petition

937

Corn Importation Bill—Motion of the Earl of Ripon for the Third

Reading of the Bill — Amendment of the Duke of Richmond,

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“ That the Bill be read a Third Time that day Six Months”-

Amendment negatived— The Third Reading of the Bill

939

June 25. Customs Bill—Order of the Day for the Third Reading of the Bill

moved—Amendment of the Duke of Richmond, That the

Bill be read a Third Time that day Six Months”-Amendment

negatived—The Third Reading of the Bill

959

26. The New Houses of Parliament-Motion of the Marquess of Clan-

ricarde “For an Address to Her Majesty, praying that She

will be pleased to order that the New House be forthwith pre-

pared for the reception of the Peers”—Motion agreed to 1033

The Attorney General of Van Diemen's Land—Question

1035

29. The Oregon Territory—Question

1037

Resignation of Ministers—Government Announcement-Proposi-

tion of the Duke of Wellington to suspend the discussion on

certain Measures-Agreed to

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July The Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor Bills—Notice of Earl Powis

to move the Second Reading of those Bills— Ministerial Ar-
rangements—Suggestion of the Marquess of Lansdowne to post-
pone the Second Reading of the Bills--Agreed to

1060
6. Business of the House--Presentation of a Petition

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14. The Sugar Duties-Question

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The Salaries of the Chief Justices-Explanation

1116

The Thames Embankment Bill—The Second Reading of the Bill 1122

16. The Protest against the Corn Importation Bill—Conversation re-

specting the right of Peers not present when the Question is

put, to sign Protests

1137

Annuities to Viscount Hardinge and Lord Gough—Order of the

Day for bringing up the Report of the Amendment on the An-
nuity Bills for Viscount Hardinge and Lord Gough, read-Mo-
tion of the Marquess of Lansdowne to disagree to the said

Amendment—Motion negatived—Bill to be read a Third Time 1138
17. The Protest against the Corn Importation Bill -Standing Order
relating to right of Peers to enter Protests read

1220

The Oregon Treaty-The Treaty between Her Majesty and the

United States laid on the Table of the House

1221

Annuities to Viscount Hardinge and Lord Gough—The Third

Reading of the Bills

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The Question of the Gauges-Resolutions as proposed by the

Earl of Dalhousie respecting the Gauge of Railways—Agreed to 1223

20. St. Asaph and Bangor and Manchester Dioceses Bill—Order of

the Day for the Second Reading of the Bill read—The Second

Reading of the Bill moved by the Earl of Powis—Amendment

of the Marquess of Lansdowne, “ That the Bill be read a Se-

cond Time that day Three Months"-Amendment negatived-

The Second Reading of the Bill

1269

21. Sites for Building Churches in Scotland—Presentation of Petitions 1355

The Insurrection in Gallicia-Prince Czartoryski-Question

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23. Railways --Presentation of a Petition

1375

The Insurrection in Gallicia-Answer to previous Question 1377

Religious Opinions Relief Bill—House in Committee pro forma

Several Amendments made in the Bill-Report to be received

To-morrow

1378

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June 19. Haydock Lodge Lunatic Asylum-Poor Law Commission-Ques-

tion

685

Sir R. Peel's Explanation

688

Churches Bill—Motion of Mr. Hodgson for the Second Reading of

the Bill-Amendment of Mr. Hume, “ That the Bill be read a
Second Time that day Three Months”—Motion negatived— Bill

put off for Three Months

760

Clerks of the Peace (Ireland) Bill— Motion of the Earl of Lincoln

for Leave to bring in a Bill-Leave given

761

Public Baths and Washhouses—Motion of Earl Grey for leave to
bring in a Bill—Leave given

762

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22. New Zealand-Question

809

The Dean of Windsor-Question

809

The Sugar Duties—Conduct of Ministers—House in Committee of

Ways and Means-Resolution, That the Duties now Payable

on Sugars be further continued,” agreed to—Resolution to be

reported

811

Protection of Life (Ireland) Bill-Adjourned Debate on Sir W.

Somerville's Amendment to the Second Reading of the Bill

(Fifth Night)—Order of the Day read-Debate again adjourned 818

23. New South Wales—Mr. Manning—Question

904

The Sugar Duties—Order of the Day for receiving the Report of

Resolution of the Committee of Ways and Means on the Sugar

Duties, read-Resolution agreed to-Bill ordered to be brought

in—The First Reading of the Bill

904

The Public Records—Motion of Mr. C. Buller, “ For the Ap-

pointment of a Select Committee to consider and report on the

best Means to provide a General Record Office in which to De-

posit the Public Records of England and Wales”-Motion

agreed to

905

Suppression of Vice-Motion of Mr. Spooner for Leave to bring

in a Bill —House counted out

909

24. Parliamentary Electors and Freemen Bill—Motion of Sir De Lacy

Evans for the Second Reading of the Bill-Amendment of the

Attorney General, “ That the Bill be read a Second Time that

day Six Months”- Motion negatived—Division Lists, &c.—

Second Reading put off for Six Months

909

Roman Catholic Relief Bill—House in Committee-On the Ques-

tion that the Preamble be postponed-Amendment of Sir R.

Inglis, “ That the Chairman do now leave the Chair”—Amend-

ment agreed to-Division Lists, &c.

917

25. Protection of Life (Ireland) Bill-Adjourned Debate on Sir W.

Somerville's Amendment to the Second Reading of the Bill
(Sixth Night)-Motion negatived—Division Lists, &c.—Main

Question, as amended, agreed to-Bill put off for Six Months 866

Rateable Property (Ireland)—Motion of the Earl of Lincoln for

Leave to bring in a Bill-Leave given—The First Reading of

the Bill

1032

BIRTH OF A PRINCESS—Royal MESSAGE—Answer of Her Majesty

to the Address of the House

1032

26. Places of Worship, &c., Sites (Scotland) Bill—Motion of Mr. F.

Maule, " That the Order of the Day for the Adjourned Debate
on the Second Reading of the Bill be discharged”—Order dis-
charged

1036

29. Resignation of the Ministry-Government Explanation

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July 13. Business of the House-Highways Bill-Order of the Day for the

Second Reading of the Highways Bill put off for Six Months 1065

Poor Removal Bill-Explanation ...

Captain Warner's Invention--On the Question, “That the Speaker

do leave the Chair for the House to go into a Committee of

Supply"--Motion of Viscount Ingestre, “For an Address to Her

Majesty praying that She will be graciously pleased to give Di-

rections for the Investigation of Mr. Warner's Inventions”-

Motion withdrawn

1071

Estimates-Question

Supply-Ecclesiastical Commissioners---A Vote of 3,3401. for de-

fraying the Expenses of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for

England, agreed to

1101

Supply-Poor Law Commissioners-A Vote of 120,7001. to defray

the Annual Expenses incurred in administering the Laws for

the Relief of the Poor, agreed to

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14. Tobacco DutiesMotion of Dr. Bowring, “That it is the opinion

of the IIouse that the Tobacco Duties require an early Inquiry

into their Operation and Effects”-House counted out

1123

15. Commons Enclosure Bill-House in Committee pro formá-Bill

passed through Committee-Report to be Re-committed

Charitable Trusts Bill-Motion of Mr. Hume for the Second Read.

ing of the Bill-Amendment of Mr. Stafford O'Brien, “ That

the Bill be read a Second Time that day Six Months”-Amend-

ment negatived-Division Lists, &c.—

The Second Reading of

the Bill

1128

Books and Engravings-House in Committee-A Resolution re-

commending the Reduction of Customs Duties on the Importa-

tion of Books and Engravings into the United Kingdom in con-

formity with Treaties with Foreign Powers, agreed to

1136

16. The Province of Scinde— Question and Explanation

1161

Arrangement of Public Business-Government Explanation 1162

Measures for Ireland-Question and Explanation

1195

Poor Removal Bill-House in Committee on the Bill pro formám

Bill brought up—Amendments to be printed

1198

17. Enclosure Acts-Question

1230

Troops in the Colonies--Explanation

1231

Education of the People—On the Motion, “ That the House go

into

Committee of Supply"-Resolutions proposed by Mr. Ewart re-

specting Education-House in Committee of Supply

1232

Education-England - A Vote of 100,0001. for Public Education

agreed

1257

Education Ireland LA Vote of 85,0001

. for the "Advancement of

Education in Ireland, agreed to

1258

School of Design-A Vote of 5,3811., to defray the Expenses of

the Schools of Design, agreed to

1262

Belfast Academy-A Vote of 2,6001. towards defraying the Charge

of the Royal Belfast Academical Institution, agreed to

1264

Tho National Gallery-A Vote of 3,3901. for the National Gallery,

agreed to

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New Zealand—A Vote of 30,0001. to defray the Charge of the

Government of the Colony of New Zealand, agreed to

1265

Captured Negroes—A Vote of 20,0001. for the Expenses of Cap-

tured Negroes, agreed to-House resumed, Committee to sit

again

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20. Military Flogging at Hounslow-Question and Explanation 1302

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22. Charitable Trusts Bill—Order of the Day for House going into

Committee on the Charitable Trusts Bill read

pro

formá—Bill

postponed until Wednesday next

1362

Lands and Companies Clauses Consolidation Bill—Bill withdrawn 1364
Deaths by Accident Compensation Bill—Bill postponed until Mon-

day next

23. Military Operations on the Sutlej-Letter from Licut.-General

Viscount Hardinge,

and addressed to Mr. Speaker, in return for

the recent Vote of Thanks of the House of Commons, read to

the House

1382

Battle of Aliwal and Battle of Sobraon-Letter from Lieut.-Gene-

ral Viscount Hardinge, and addressed to Mr. Speaker, in return

for the recent Vote of Thanks of the House of Commons, read

to the House

1382

Loss of the Potato Crop (Ireland)—Question

1383

Fees in Court-Question

1383

The Poor Removal Bill-On Question,“ That the Speaker do leave

the Chair for the House to go into Committee on the Poor Re-

moval Bill”-Amendment of Mr. Wodehouse,

That the

House should resolve itself into the said Committee on that day

Six Weeks”—Amendment negatived-Division Lists, &c.

House in Committee-Amendment in Clause 7, as moved by

Captain Pechell, withdrawn—Bill passed through Committee,

and to be reported

1383

24. Sugar Duties Continuance Bill—IIouse in Committee—On Ques-

tion that the Blank in the First Clause be filled up with the
words, “the 5th Day of September, 1846"-Amendment of
Lord G. Bentinck that the “ 5th of July, 1847,” be substituted
--Amendment negatived-Division Lists, &c.-Bill passed

through Committee-Hlouse resumed-Bill to be Reported 1404

The Statue of the Duke of Wellington—On the Motion, " That the

Order of the Day for House to resolve itself into a Committee

of Ways and Means be read”— Amendment of Mr. C. Berkeley,

“ That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, praying

Her Majesty to withdraw Her consent to the placing of the Statue

of the Duke of Wellington upon the Archway at the top of Con-

stitution Hill”-Amendment withdrawn-House in Committee

of Ways and Means

1408

American Mail Steam Packets—On the Question, “ That the Or-

ler of the Day for the House to resolve itself into a Committee
Supply, be read”-Amendment of Mr. P. Miles, “ For a Select
Committee to Enquire into the Circumstances connected with the

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