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Exchequer Bills Bill Bill to Amend an Act entitled An Act to Amend
131
Great Grimsby John Chapman Esq v Lord Worsley now Earl of Yarborough
133
Accidents Compensation Bill Bill to Amend the Law relating to the Recovery
161
The Hartley Colliery AccidentQuestion of Mr H B SheridanAnswer
187
Iodia Stocks Transfer Bill Bill read 20
191
ItalyMurder of Dr M CarthyQuestion of the Earl of MalmesburyAnswer
195
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14
257
Iron Plate CommitteeQuestion of Sir Frederic SmithAnswer of Sir G Lewis 270
271
Election Law AmendmentQuestion of Mr Darby GriffithAnswer of Sir
291
National Education Ireland Appointment of SubInspectorsObservations
305
Markets and Fairs Ireland BillBill for the better regulation of Markets
331
Memorial to the late Prince ConsortQuestion of the Earl of DerbyAnswer
345
Monday FEBRUARY 17
373
Unpaid and Stipendiary MagistratesQuestion of Mr Longfield Answer
375
SupplySupplemental Naval EstimatesHouse in Committee 394
413
Great Northern Railway No 2 BillOrder for Second Reading readAmend
433
Harwich HarbourQuestion of Captain JervisAnswer of Mr M Gibson 190
443
Australian Exploring ExpeditionMotion of Mr Childers for Copy of
451
Marriages Ireland Bill Bill to amend the Law relating to the Solemnization
489
St GilesintheFields Disused Burial Ground BillOrder for Second Reading
491
Wakefield Borough WritMotion of Major Edwards for a New Writ for
513
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21
531
Outrage at Skreeny County of LeitrimMotion of the Earl of Leitrim
543
Removal of Toll GatesQuestion of Mr WhiteAnswer of Sir G Grey 544
545
Distress in Ireland Motion of Mr Maguire that the Irish Poor Law Returns
591
London Coal and Wine Duties c Kensington Gore and Bayswater Road
609
MONDAY FEBRUARY 24
615
MexicoThe Royal MarinesQuestion of Admiral WalcottAnswer of Lord
627
SupplyNavy EstimatesHouse in Committee
645
The Transport ServiceMotion of Mr Lindsay to inquire into the Transport
709
Register of VotersBill to provide for an Alphabetical Index to the Register
721
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26
741
ItalyQuestion of Mr Darby Griffith Answer of Viscount Palmerston 598
751
Italy Proclamation of Colonel FantoniNotice of Questions by the Earl
753
Metropolis Local Management Acts Amendment Bill Bill read 2 and com
767
Westminster Bridge Question of Mr Thomson HankeyAnswer of
795
Education The Revised Code of RegulationsQuestion of Mr Ayrton Answer
841
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28
845
African Slave Trade The American SquadronQuestion of Mr Wyld
853
THURSDAY MARCH 6
1061
The Exhibition of 1862Temporary Road in Hyde Park Motion of Mr Cowper
1127
ItalyProsecutions of the PressNotice of Motion by the Marquess of Normanby 1136
1137
Fisheries and Roads in ScotlandQuestion of Mr Leslie Answer of the Lord
1155
MONDAY MARCH 10
1231
Distress in the West of Ireland Question of Mr Gregory Answer of Sir R Peel 1244
1245
The Indus Steam FlotillaQuestion of Colonel SykesAnswer of Sir C Wood
1259
Affairs in MexicoQuestion of Mr HaliburtonAnswer of Mr Layard 1268
1281
Lectureships in the Training CollegesQuestion of Lord Robert CecilAnswer
1305
International Maritime Law Motion of Mr Horsfall That the present state
1359
Courts of Justice Building BillBill to enable the Counmissioners of
1395
Lunacy Regulation BillPersonal Explanation of the Earl of Derby 1406
1413
The Indian Telegraph SystemQuestion of Mr WbiteAnswer of Sir C
1417
New ZealandQuestion of Mr AdderleyAnswer of Mr C Fortescue
1441
SupplyArmy EstimatesHouse in Committee
1455
SupplyCivil Service EstimatesHouse in Committee
1481
The Irish PoliceQuestion of Colonel DicksonAnswer of Sir R Peel 1502
1503
Consolidation of the StatutesObservations of Sir FitzRoy Kelly
1525
The Bible in SpainQuestion of Mr KinnairdAnswer of Viscount Palmerston 1536
1545
Courts of Justice MoneyBill to supply means towards defraying the
1565
Public Expenditure AccountsQuestion of Sir Stafford NorthcoterAnswer
1593
International Maritime LawResolution Adjourned Debate Second Night
1705
Writs of Habeas Corpus into Her Majestys Dominions Abroad Bill Bill read
1707
West Hartlepool Harbour and Railway Company Presentation of Petition
1745
China British Merchants Motion of Mr Gregson That due protection
1801
Thames Embankment North Side Bill Bill for Embanking the North Side
1819
Bastardy Ireland BillBill to render Putative Fathers of Bastard Children
1831
Turnpike Tolls Exemption Scotland BillBill read
1855
Floods and Drainage in IrelandQuestion of Mr HennessyAnswer of Sir
1871
Copyright Works of Art Bill House in Committee
1889
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1925
Captains on the Retired ListMotion of Sir John Hay far an Address on
1943
MONDAY MARCH 3
1953
The Post OfficeInternational ExhibitionQuestion of Lord Robert Montage
1955
Pier and Harbour Act Amendment Bill House in Committee
1983
Education The Revised Code of RegulationsMinutes of Privy Council
1503
Curragh of KildareMotion of Colonel Dunne for PapersMotion by leave
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