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CRANBROOK, Viscount-cont.

CRAWFORD, Mr. D.-cont.
Local Government (Ireland) Provisional Orders Police Force Enfranchisement, 3R. [314] 677,
(Ballyshannon) 2 R. [318] 279

Post Office-Sunday Night Despatch of Letters,
Margarine (Fraudulent Sale), 2 R. [317] 1579 ; [320] 256

Comm. [318] 876 ; Report, 1534, 1335 ; on Scotland-Questions
Question, “ That the Bill do pass ? ” cl. 7, Law and Justice-Trial of Peter White and
1700

others charged with Mobbing and Riot-
Parliament- Business of the llouse-Titles of

ing at Motherwell, [311] 1059
Peers, Res. (317] 1751

Law and Police - Dismissal of Walter
Patterns of Warlike Stores Military Ada

Stewart from the Renfrewshire Police
ministration, Res. (316) 1137

Force, [320] 1136
Pluralities Act Amendment Act (1885) Amend. Secretary for Scotland, [317] 81

ment, 2R. (315] 637; Comm. cl. 1, (316) Scotland - Educational Endowments Act,
373, 374

1882 Dollar Institution, Motion for
Quarrics, Comm. (316) 10

an Address, (311) 278
Railway and Canal Traffic, Comm. cl. 24, [313] Secretary for Scotland Act (1885) Amendment,
194

Comm. cl. 2, [319] 1755; cl. 3, Amendt.
Registration of Dogs in the Metropolis, iR. 1767, 1773 ; Consid. add. cl. [320] 161
[314] 324 ; 2R. (315) 230

Supply- Secretary for Scotland, &c. [318]
Smoke Nuisance Abatement (Metropolis), 1745
Comm. (316] 538

Truck, Comm. cl. 2, Amendt. (314) 304 ; add.
Technical Education, (316) 1764

cl, 1105, 1237, 1941; (316) 1220, 1233,

1235, 1238, 1239, 1241, 1242 ; Postponed
CRAWFORD, Earl of

cl. 3, 1249, 1255 ; add. cl. [317] 1076, 1078,

1084, 1086; cl. 7, 1099 ; Lords’ Amendts.
Asia (Central) – Afghanistan-Proclamation of

Consid, el. 4, [319] 1212
a Holy War, (313] 209

War Office (Ordnanco Department) -Steel
Electric Lighting Act (1882) Amendment, 2R.

and Coal Contracts for Manufacturing De-
[311] 859 ; Comm. cl. 1, [312] 814

partments, [320] 258
Public Libraries (Scotland) Acts Amendment,

2R.[319] 1791
Railway and Canal Traffic, Comm. cl. 3, CRAWFORD, Mr. W., Durham, Mid

Amondt. (312] 1752 ; cl. 7, Amendt. 1753 ; Parliament - Business of the Douse-Coal
cl. 11, 1756 ; cl. 21, Amendt. 1760; cl, 23, Mines, &c. Regulation, [314] 1124
Amendt. [313] 188, 190; cl. 25, Amendt. Rivers Pollution Act-River Wear, (315] 510
195, 204, 205 ; Report, cl. 15, Amendt. [314]

329
Smoke Nuisance Abatement (Metropolis),

Cremation
Comm. [318] 683

Moved, “ That there be laid before the House

Return of the number of cremations that

have taken place in England within the last
CRAWFORD, Mr. D., Lanark, N.E.

(The Lord Forbes) May 10,
Array Contracts— Report of the Committee

[314] 1447; after short debate, Motion with.
on the Manufacturing Departments, (318) drawn

1155
Coal Mines, &c. Regulation Act Colliery Acci-

dent at Motherwell, (315) 1352 ; -Weights Cremer, Mr. W. R., Shoreditch, Mag.
and Measures Act-Coal-Weighing Machines

gerston
--Craighead Colliery, Lanarkshire, [320] Burmah (Upper) — Military Occupation of the
257, 732

Ruby Mines, (310) 161
Coal Mines, &c. Regulation, Comm. Motion Coal Minos, &o. Regulation, Comm. cl. 8,

for Adjournment, (316) 666, 682; cl, 6, 732: (316] 817
cl. 13, Amendt, 854, 856, 864, 866, 874, Duke of Connaught's Leave, 2R. [314] 1701,
882 ; c. 15, 971; cl. 22, Amendt. [319] 1705
526, 527; cl. 40, 568; c, 44, Amendt. 697, Egypt-Sir Henry Drummond Wolff's Mission
601, 606, 611; cl. 43, 629; cl. 50, Rule 1, -Cost of the Ordinary Diplomatic Service
Amendt. 704, 706 ; Rule 10, 742 ; Rule 37, in Egypt and Constantinople, [317] 1150
841; Rule 38, Amendt. 852, 855; Consid. Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in An-
add. cl. [320] 1096 ; cl. 47, 1112

swer to, Motion for Adjournment, (310)
Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Comm. 632; Amendt. 656, 717, 729
cl. 1, [314] 416

Public Meetings (Metropolis)-Socialist Meet-
Criminal Law (Scotland) Procedure (No. 2), ings on Open Spaces, (3141 1768;-Right

Comm. (316) 1379 ; cl. 31, 1393 ; cl. 44, of Free Speech, [321] 562
1395, 1396, 1397; cl. 55, 1403; Consid. Supply-Celebration of the Jubilee of Iler
el. 39, (317) 607; cl. 64, 893

Majesty's Reign, [314] 1793
Lunacy Districts (Scotland), Comm. cl. 4, Charity Commission for England and
[319] 1732, 1733

Wales, [317] 1448, 1456, 1530
Parliament Business of the llouse, [311] Hlouses of Parliament, Amendt. [316] 1978,
1740

1679, 1680
Public Petitions Committee, (314) 536

Royal Parks and Pleasure Gardens, (316)
Parliament- Business of the House (Rules of

615, 616, 620, 623
Procedure)-Rule 1 (Closure of Debate), Trade and Commerce

Destitution among
Res. (311] 330, 332

Ironworkers at Tipton, [310] 1037, 1496

five years

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310311-312-313-314-315-316-317–318—319–320-321. CREMER, Mr. W. R.-cont.

Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland) Bill-cont: Truck, Comm. add. cl. (314) 1098, 1099 ; Resident Magistrates, Questions, Mr. T. M.

(316] 1233, 1242, 1245 ; Consid. add. cl. Healy, Mr. Mac Neill ; Answers, The Chief (317) 627, 1087, 1088 ; Amendt. 1089, 1090, Secretary for Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour); 1091, 1100 ; 3R. 1298

Question, Mr. Arthur O'Connor (no reply) Ways and Means, Comm. [313] 1856

Mar 31, [313] 79

The Whiteboy Acts and later Statutes, QuesCRILLY, Mr. D., Mayo, N.

tions, Mr. M‘Laren, Mr. W. H. James ; AnIreland - Law and Justice--M.J. Melvin and

swers, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Mr. James King, Convicted of Criminal Con

A. J. Balfour): Question, Mr. T, M. Healy spiracy at Munster Winter Assizos, (319] 313] [no reply) Mar 31, 70 ; Questions, Mr. J. E. 928

Ellis, Mr. Bryce, Mr. M'Laren ; Answers, Parliament- Queen's Speech, Address in An

The First Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. H. swer to, (310) 495, 509

Smith), The Chief Secretary for Ireland Supply- Local Goveroment Board in Ireland,

(Mr. A. J. Balfour) April 5, 504 ; Questions, [320] 838

Mr. Sexton ; Answers, The Secretary of

State for the Home Department (Mr. Crime (England and Wales)-Boycotting

Matthews), The Solicitor General for Ire

land (Mr. Gibson) April 6, 624 ; Questions, and Intimidation in England

Mr. M‘Laren ; Answers, The Chief SecreQuestion, Mr. Newnes ; Answer, The First tary for Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour) April 7,

Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. II. Smith) 685
April 5, [313] 505 ; Observations, Mr.
Newnes; debate thereon April 22, 1687

Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland) Bill Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1885–

(Ar. Arthur Balfour, Mr. Secretary Matthews, Evasion by Keepers of Cafés Chantants

Mr. Attorney General, Mr. Attorney General in Rotterdam and other Places

for Ireland) Question, Mr. James Stuart ; Answer, The

4. Notice of Motion, The Chief Secretary for Secretary of State for the Ilome Department

Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour) ; Observations, (Mr. Matthews) Aug 23, [319] 1533

The First Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. II.

Smith); Notice, Mr. John Morley Mar 21,

312] 858 Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland) Bill

Moved, “ That leave be given to bring in a Questions, Mr. T. M. Healy, Mr. Chance; Bill to make better provision for the pre

Answers, The First Lord of the Treasury vention and punishment of Crime in Ireland ; (Mr. W. H. Smith) Mar 29, [312] 1785 ; and for other purposes relating thereto" Questions, Mr. Sexton, Mr. Conybcare; (Mr. Arthur Balfour) Mar 28, 1624 ; after Answers, The First Lord of the Treasury

long debate, Debate adjourned (Mr. W. H. Smith) April 28, (314) 250 ; Questions, Mr. Chance; Answers, The Par

The Chief Secretary's Speech, Question, Mr. J. liamentary Under Secretary for Ireland

E. Ellis; Answer, The Chief Secretary for (Colonel King - Harman), The Attorney

Ireland (Mr. A. J. Ballour) Mar 29, 1780 General (Sir Richard Webster), June 30,

Debate resumed (Second Night] Mar 29, 1790 ; (316) 1323 ; Question, Mr. W. E. Gladstone ; after long debate, Debate further adjourned Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland Debate resumed [Third Night] Mar 30, 1877 ; (Mr. A. J. Balsour) July 1, 1501 ; Questions,

after long debato, Debato further adjourned Mr. Sexton, Mr. H. Gardner, Mr. Hanbury, | 313] Debate resumed (Fourth Night] Mar 31, 88; Mr. John Morley; Answers, The First Lord

after long debate, Debate further adjourned of the Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith) June 30,

Debate resumed (Fifth Night] April 1, 245 1324

Amendt. to leave out from “ That,” add “ this Alleged Violation of a Pledge by the Chief

House will immediately resolve itself into a Secretary, Questions, Mr. Anderson, Sir

Committee to consider the state of Ireland William Harcourt, Mr. Waddy ; Answers,

(Mr. Parnell) v., 270 ; Question proposed, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Mr. A. J.

“ That the words, &c.;" after long debate, Balfour) July 4, (316) 1610

Moved, “ That the Debate be now adAmendments, Question, Mr. W. E. Gladstone ;*

journed ” (Mr. T. P. O'Connor); after short Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland

debate, Question put ; A. 254, N. 301; (Mr. A. J. Balfour) July 4, (316] 1596

M. 107 (D. L. 84) A Purchase Bill, Questions, Mr. T. M. llenly,

Original Question again proposed, 330 ; Moved, Mr. T. C. Harrington ; Answers, The Chan

That this House do now adjourn” (Mr.. cellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen)

Dillwyn); after short debate, Question put; Mar 31, [313] 79

A. 253, N. 361 ; M. 108 (D. L. 85) Judicial Rents-Return, Question, Mr. Sex

. Original Question again proposed, 340 ; Moved, ton ; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ire

"That the Question be now put” (Mr. land (Mr. A. J. Balfour) April 5, [313] 488

William Henry Smith); Question put ; Mr.J. E. Redinond and Mr. J. Chamberlain,

A. 361, N. 253 ; M. 108 Personal Explanation, Mr. J. E. Redmond

Division List, Ayes and Noes, 340 April 14, (313) 889

Question, “ That the words, &c.," put, and Prison Accommodation, Question, Mr. Murphy; agreed to

Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Mr. Main Question put, and agreed to
A. J. Balfour) Mar 31, [313] 58

Bill ordered; read 1"

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310–30–312—313-314-315-316-317–318-319-320--321. Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland) Bill-cont. , Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland) Bi'l-cont.

Moved, " That the Bill be now read 20” April 5, Committee (Fifteenth Night]—R.P. June 9, 313] 512

315] 1412 Amendt. To leave out from “ That,” add "this Moved, “ That this House will, To-morrow,

Hlouse, being of opinion that the Bill, if it again resolve itself into the said Committee,' should become Law, will tend to increase 1553 disorder in Ireland, and to endanger the Amendt, to leave out “ To-morrow," inscrt Union between that Country and the other " on Monday noxt” (Mr. T. M. Hcaly) parts of the Empire, declines to proceed Question proposed, “That "To-morrow further with the said Bill” (Sir Bernhard &c;" after short debate, Amendt. with: Samuelson) v. ; Question proposed,

" That

drawn the words, &c.;" after long debate, Debate Main Question put, and agreed to adjourned

Order for Committee read; Mored, “That this . Debate resumed (Second Night] April 6, 624; House will, upon Monday next, resolve

after long debate, Debate further adjourned itself into the Committee on the Bill” . Debate resumed [Third Night] April 12, 709 ; June 10, 1674

after long debate, Debate further adjourned Amendt. to leave out “upon Monday next," . Debate resumed (Fourth Night] April 13, 812 ; insert “ To-morrow" (Mi. T. M. Healy)

after long debate, Debate further adjourned Question proposed, “That 'upon Monday . Debate resumed (Fifth Night] April 14, 892 ; next' &c;" after short debate, Mored, " That

after long debate, Debate further adjourned the Question be now put”(Mr.W.A. Smith); . Debate resumed (Sixth Night) April 15, 1006 ; Question put; A. 202, N. 73; M. 129;

after long debate, Moved, " That Mr. Timothy (D. L. 22!) (2.10 A.M.] Michael Healy be suspended from the Ser

Question put, “ That this House, &c;" A. 203, vice of the House” (Mr. William Henry N. 72 ; M. 131 (D. L. 222) [2.25 A.M.] Smith); Question put; A. 118, N. 52 ; Committee (Sixteenth Night]-R.P. June 13, M. 66

1745 Division List, Ayes and Noes, 1097 316] Committee (Seventeenth Night] — R.P. After short debate, Debate further adjourned June 14, 61 Debate resumed (Seventh Night] April 18, Committee (Eighteenth Night]—R.P. June 15,

1129 ; after long debate, Question put ; 157 A, 370, N. 269; M. 101

.Committee (Nineteenth Night] June 17, 421 ; Division List, Ayes and Noes, 1232

after long time spent therein, and it being Main Question put, and agreed to : Bill read 2°

Ten o'clock, the Chairman, in pursuance of 314) Order for Committee read ; Moved, “ That the Order of the llouse of the 10th of June,

Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair," interrupted the Debate, and put the Question April 26, 19

forth with ;

A. 332, N. 103 ; M. 109 Amendt. to leave out from “ That," add “this [10 P.M.]

Ilouse declines to proceed further with a Division List, Ayes and Noes, 484 measure for strengthening the Criminal Law Whereupon the Chairman, in pursuance of the against combinations of tenants until it has

said Order, forthwith reported the Bill, with before it the full measure for their relief

Amendments, to the House [Bill 290] against excessive rents in the shape in which

As amended, considered (First Night] June 27, it may pass the other Houso of Parliament"

1040; after long debate, further Proceeding (Mr. R. T. Reid) v., 37 ; Question proposed, deferred “ That the words, &c.;" after long debate, Further Proceeding resumed [Second Night] Debate adjourned

June 28, 1167; after long debate, Debate Debate resumed Second Night) April 27, adjourned

105; after long debate, Debate further ad. Further Proceeding resumed [Third Night] journed

June 20, 1259 ; after debate, Debate adDebate resumed [Third Night] April 28, 251; journed

After long debate, Question put; A. 341, . Further Proceeding resumed June 30, 1312 ; N. 240 ; M. 101

after short debate, Bill to be read 3° upon Division List, Ayes and Noes, 298

Tuesday next

[Bill 305]

" That the Bill be now read 30" Main Question put, and agreed to ; Committee 317] Moved, -R.P.

July 7, 85 Committee (First Night]_R.P. April 29, 357

Amendt. to leave out “now," add " upon this : Committee (Second Night]_R.P. May 2, 558

day three months ” (Mr. IV. E. Gladstone); . Committee (Third Night]-R.P. May 3, 762

Question proposed, “That' now,' &c.;" after . Committee (Fourth Night]-R.P. May 9, 1278

long debate, Debate adjourned . Committee (Fifth Night)-R.P. May 10, 1470

Mr. W. O'Brien and Colonel Saunderson, . Committee (Sixth Night) --R.P. May 11, 1585

Personal Explanation, Mr. W. O'Brien, . Committee (Seventh Night]—R.P. May 13, 1820

July 8, 225 315] Committee [Eighth Night]—R.P. May 17, 259

Debato resumed July 8, 228 ; after long de: Committee (Ninth Night)-R.P. May 18, 415

bate, Question put; A. 319, N. 262; M. 87 Committee (Tenth Night]-R.P. May 19, 540

Division List, Ayes and Noes, 316 . Committee [Eleventh Night]-R.P. May 20, 731 Main Question put, and agreed to ; Bill read 30 . Committees Twelfth Night)-R.P. May 23, 907 1. Read l** (The Lord Ashbourne) July 11 Committee (Thirteenth Night]-R.P. June 7, Read 2", altor debate July 14, 710 (No. 161) 1233

Committee; Report, after debate July 15, 899 Comınitteo [Fourteenth Night)-R.P. June 8, . Read 3”, after debate July 18, 1102 1353

Royal Assent July 19 [50 & 51 Viet. c. 20]

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310-311-312-313-314-315-316-317-318-319-320--321. Criminal Law Ame:dment (Ireland) Bill-cont. Criminal Law (Scotland) Procedure (No. 2) Bill Protest against the Third Reading July 21,

-cont. 317] 1595

312] Read 29 April 21, 1545 . Protest against the Bill July 25, 1816

Order for Committee read ; Moved, " That Mr. [See title-Parliament, Business of the Speaker do now leave the Chair" June 30, House

316] 1570

Amendt. to leave out " now," add “upon this Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland) Ec- day three months" (Dr. Cameron); Quespenses]

tion proposed, “ That the words, &c.;" after Moved, “ That this llouse will, To-morrow,

debate, Amendt, withdrawn resolve itself into a Committee to consider

Main Question put, and agreed to; Comof authorising the payment, out of moneys

mittee ; Report to be provided by Parliament, of any allow. / 317) Considered July 12, 593 ; nfter debate, Deances that may be made, and expenses that

bate adjourned may be incurred, under the provisions of any

Further Proceeding resumed July 14, 887 Act of the present Session to make better

Order for 3R. read, and discharged ; Bill rcprovision for the prevention and punishment

committed in respect of Clauses 40, 42, 43, of Crime in Ireland, and for other purposes

51, and a new clauso relating thereto(Queen's Recommendation Committee ; Report ; as amended, considered ; signified) (Mr. Jackson) June 9, (315) 1560 ; read 3° July 18, 1297 after short debate, Question put; A. 111, 1. Read 1a* (M. Lothian) July 19 (No. 178) N. 48 ; M. 63 (D. L. 213)

318] Read 24 July 29, 514 Order for Committee read; Moved, " That

Committee * Aug 4

(No. 209) Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair " Report * Aug 5 June 13, 1839; after short debate, Ques

Committee * (on re-comm.) Aug 3 tion put, and agreed to ; Matter considered Report * Aug 9 in Committee

Read 32 * Aug 11 Moved, “That it is expedient to authorise the 319]c. Lords’ Amendts.considered Aug 18, 1062 ; payment, out of moneys to be provided by

Debate adjourned Parliament, of any allowances that may be Question, Sir George Campbell ; Answer, The made, and expenses that may be incurred,

First Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. II. under the provisions of any Act of the pre

Smith) Aug 19, 1114 sent Session to make better provision for

Debate resumed Aug 19, 1253; Debate furthe prevention and punishment of Crime in

ther adjourned Ireland (Mr A. J. Balfour), 1811; after

. Debate resumed Aug 22, 1519; Lords' short debate, Question put, and agreed to

Amendts. agreed to

l. Royal Assent Sept 16 (50 & 51 Vict. c. 35] Criminal Law and Procedure (Ireland)

Act, 1887The Proclamations-See Criminal Law (Scotland) Procedure [Conunder Ireland

solidated Fund!

c. Res. considered in Comunittee July 1 (316] Criminal Law (Costs) Bill

1540; after short debate, Res. agreed to (Mr. Hilvain, Mr. Wharton, Mr. Lockwood, Mr. Molloy)

Crofters' Holdings (Scotland) Bill (H...] c. Ordered; road 1° * Mar 10 [Bill 191]

(The Marquess of Lothian) 2R. (Dropped]

1. Presented ; read 14 * May 10 (No. 90)

315] Read 2a, after short debato May 17, 233 Criminal Law (Ireland) Amendment Bill Committee * ; Report May 20 (Mr. Sexton, Mr. Timothy Harrington, Mr. Read 34 * May 23 Chance, Mr. Healy, Mr. Reynolds, Mr.

c. Read 10 * (Lord Advocate) June 13 [Bill 237] Donal Sullivan)

316] Read 2o, after short debate June 14, 151

Committee deferred June 27, 1109 c. Ordered ; read 1°* Jan 28

[Bill 27]

Committee; Report June 30, 135 2R. (Dropped]

Considered * ; read 3° July 1

1. Commons Amendts. considered July 8, Criminal Law (Scotland) Procedure Bill 317] 207; one disagreed to ; remaining Amon Its. (Mr. Secretary Matthews, Mr. Secretary Balfour,

agreed to The Lord Advocate, Mr. Solicitor General

A Committee appointed to prepare Reasons to

be offered to the Commons for the Lords for Scotland)

disagreeing to the said Amendt.; the Comc. Ordered ; read 1°* Jan 31 [Bill 131] mittee to meet forth with. Report from the 2R. deferred Feb 28, (311] 814

Committee of the reasons prepared by them ; Bill withdrawn Mar 11

read, and agreed to ; and a message sont to

the Commons to return the said Bill with Criminal Law (Scotland) Procedure the reasons (No. 2) Bill (The Lord Advocate,

c. Question, Dr. Clark ; Answer, The First Lord Mr. Secretary Matthews, Mr. Solicitor Ge

of the Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith) July 26,

318] 51 neral for Scotland)

Consideration of Lords' Reason for disagreeing c. Ordered ; read 10 * Mar 14 (Bill 196] to one of the Amendts. made by the Com. [cont.

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310–311-312-313-314-315-316-317–318—319-320-321. Crofters' IIoldings (Scotland) Bill-cont. | Cross, Viscount--cont.

mons July 26, 167; after short debate, Glebe Lands, IR. [310] 870 ; 2R. 1501, 1503 ; Moved, “That the Debate be now ad. [311] 1363 ; Comm. cl. 3, 1707, 1710; cl. 5, journed" (Mr. A. J. Balfour); Question 1711; d. 11, 1713, 1714 ; Report, cl. 3, put, and agreed to ; Debate adjourned

[312] 497; Amendt. 498; cl.5, Amendt. ib.; Adjourned Debate on Question, “ That this d. O, Amendt. 499; add. cl. ib.

House doth not insist on the Amendt. to India - Questions which the Lords have disagreed” resumed

Land Acquisition Act--Expropriation of July 28, 484 ; Question put, and agreed to

Zemindars at Arni Ghat, Mussoorie, 1. Order for the consideration of the Commons'

(315)11 consequential Amendt. read Ang 4, 1123 ;

Madras—The Covenanted Civil ServiceAmendt. considered, and agreed to

Land Speculations-Case of Mr. SulRoyal Assent Aug 8 (60 & 61 Vict. c. 24]

Jivan, [310] 743

North-West Frontier-Quetta Railway, Crofters' Holdings (Scotland) Act (1886)

(314) 496

Queen's Jubilee Celebration - Liberation of Amendment Bill

25,000 Prisoners, (311) 289; (312] 804 (Dr. Clark, Mr. Barclay, Mr. Esslemont, Dr.

India (North West Provinces) — The Arnighau M·Donald, Mr. Mackintosh)

Expropriation, Motion for an Address, [319] c. Ordered ; read 1° * Jan 28 [Bill 52]

44, 45 2R. [Dropped]

Ireland-Crime and Outrage - Fatal Conflict with Moonlighters near Ennis-Murder of

Head Constable Whelehan, [321] 549 Crofters' Holdings (Scotland) Act (1886) Labourers' Allotments, 2R. [320] 1532 ; Amendment (No. 2) Bill

Comm. 1634 (Mr. Anderson, Mr. Mackintosh, Mr. Wallace,

Licensed Premises (Earlier Closing) (Scot

land), 2R. [318] 1345, 1346 Mr. Provand)

Open Spaces (Dublin), 2R. [319] 1790 c. Ordered ; read 10 * Jan 28 [Bill 100] Parliament, Business of the House, [321] 3 2 R., after short debate, Debate adjourned Technical Schools (Scotland), 2R.[321] 461 Mar 2, (311) 1020

Truck, Commons' Amendts, to Lords’ Amendts. Adjourned Debate on 2R. (Dropped]

Consid. (320] 1534
Women's Suffrage (No. 2), [321] 2 ; Personal

Complaint, 260
Crofters' Holdings (Scotland) Art (1886)

Amendment (No. 2) Bill
Extension to Leaseholders, Questions, Mr. CROSSLEY, Sir S., Suffolk, Lowestoft

Anderson ; Answers, The First Lord of the North Sea Fisheries Convention-Questions Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith) April 4, [313] Damages by Belgian Owners, (311] 886 367

Damages by Belgian Trawlers, [320] 1656
Damages to the Drift Net Fisheries, [313]

705 Crofters' Holdings (Scotland) Act (1886)

Depredations by Foreign Fishermen, [314] Amendment (No. 3) Bill

1269;— Report of the Committee, 1312) (Dr. Clark, Mr. Angus Sutherland, Dr. R.

1768 M‘Donald, Mr. Haldane, Mr. Shaw Lefevre, Mr.

Fishermen Pilots, [320] 1656

Fishing Boat “Skylark,” (311) 886
Lyell, Colonel Duncan, Mr. James Stuart,

Ostend Rioters, (320] 1656
Mr. Chance)

Protecting Cruisers, (320) 1065
c. Ordered ; read 1° * April 5 [Bill 219)
Bill withdrawn * June 7

CROSSLEY, Mr. E., York, W. R., Sowerby

British Guiana- Ecclesiastical Affairs, (315) Cross, Viscount (Secretary of State for 861; (316) 404 India)

Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), 3R. [317] Agricultural Labourers' Holidays (Scotland),

250 2R. (318) 1520 Central Asia (Afghanistan)-Questions Affairs of, (315) 1678 ; (316) 1122

CROSSMAN, Major General Sir W., PortsProclamation of a boly War, (313] 209

mouth Reported Disturbances, (314) 930 ;-Minis. Army-IIorses-Supply for Military Purposes, terial Statement, (314) 1109

(310) 1390 ; (312] 196, 823;— Purchase 320) Coal Mines, &c. Regulation, 2R. 1522,

of Army Horses in Canada, (311) 164 1524 ; Comm. cl. 10, Amendt, 1627 ; cl. 12, Officers' Quarters-Sale of Premises, Ports. Amendt. ib. 1628 ; cl. 38, Amendt. 1629 ;

mouth, occupied by the Commanding cl. 49, Amondt, ib. 1630 ; Rule 12, Amendt.

Officer of Royal Engincers, [310] 755 ib. ; Rule 20, Amendt. ib.; Rule 38, Amendt. Army Estimates, 1887-8— Land Forces, (312] ib.; cl. 5, Amendt. 1631

330 Coroners, 2R. (317) 1581

Army (Supplementary Estimates)- Army SerDuration of Speeches in Parliament, 2R. vices, Amendt. (311) 1830, 1831, 1833, 1850, Amendt. [320] 1335

1855

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