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310–311-312–313–314-315-316-317–318—319--320-321
CROSSMAN, Major General Sir W.-cont.

Currency, The-cont.
Defences of the Empire-Coaling Station at Mar 11, [312] 14 ; Questions, Mr. IIoworth,
Castries (Wost Indics), (310) 756

Mr. Childers ; Answers, The Chief Secre.
Coaling Stations in the Eastern Colonies, tary for Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour) Mar 15,
(310) 1569

356; Question, Mr. S. Smith ; Answer, The
Egypt — War Decorations to the English Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen)
Troops, [310] 1750

April 7, [313] 697 ; Question, Colonel
Navy --Questions

Lloyd Anstruther ; Answer, The Chancellor
Dockyards-Fatal Accident at Portsmouth of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) May 12,
Dockyard, (311] 1078

[314] 1061
ller Majesty's Jubilee - Non-Combatant
Officers, [317] 209

The New Coinage, Question, Mr. W. Beckett;
The Indian Troopship “ Jumna," (312] Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer
1335

(Mr. Goschen) June 10, (315] 1589 ; Ques-
Navy Estimates — Victuals and Clothing for tions, Mr. J. E. Spencer, Mr. W. L. Bright,
Seamen and Marines, (312] 92 1

Mr. Childers, Sir John Lubbock, Mr. Isaacs ;
Scotland—Tweed Acts, (315] 506

Answers, The Chancellor of the Exchequer
War Department-Questions

(Mr. Goschen) June 23, (316] 773 ; Ques-
Brennan Torpedo, (316) 1601

tion, Mr. Isaacs ; Answer, The Chancellor
Compensation to cortain Senior Majors, of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) June 28,
(315) 704

1150 ; Question, Mr. Dillwyn; Answer,
Ordnance Inquiry Commission Lieu-

The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr.
tenant-Colonel llope and Captain Armit, Goschen) Sept 8, [320] 1649

(316) 1308, 1309
Stores-Supply of Cement to Trincomalee, CURRIE, Sir D., Perthshire, W.
(316) 249

Local Government Boundaries, 2R. [320] 423
Works Department-Case of J. F. Connolly,
[318] 627

Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in An-

swer to, [310] 1470 ; Report, [311] 97
CUBITT, Right Hon. G., Surrey, Mid
Supply Celebration of the Jubilee of Her Curzon, Viscount, Bucks, Wycombe

Army and Navy Estimates—Reference to a
Majesty's Reign, (314) 1786

Committee of the Whole House, (311] 179
Sutton District Water, 2R. [310] 1534 ;

Consid. (314) 228 ; add. cl. 336, 339 ; cl. 8,
342 ; 3R. 936

Curzon, Hon. G. N., Lancashire, South-
Sutton District Water, Res. [311] 13

port

Depression of Trade-Chainmakers of Stafford.
Currency, The

shire, (316) 406
French and Italian Copper Coins, Question,

Parliament- Business of the Ilouse-Criminal
Mr. Atkinson ; Answer, The Chancellor of Law Amendment (Ireland), Motion for
the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) Mar 14, (312)

Urgency, Res. (312] 1503
170 ; Question, Mr. Channing; Answer, Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in Au-
The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. swer to, [310] 310, 350
Goschen) April 14, [313] 878; Question,
Mr. Montagu; Answer, The Chancellor of Customs
the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) June 13,(315) Board of—" Extra Messengers," Question,
1721 ;-Issue of Copper Coins, Question,

Mr. Pickersgill; Answer, The Secretary to
Mr. J. Rowlands; Answer, The Chancellor

the Treasury (Mr. Jackson) Aug 22, [319]
of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschon) May 3, 1370
[314) 692

Officers of the Port of London, Question, Mr.
Gold Coinage, Deterioration of the--Half- Forrest Fulton ; Answer, The Secretary to
Sovereigns, Question, Mr. Montagu; An-

the Treasury (Mr. Jackson) May 2, [314]
swer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer 547
(Mr. Goschen) Feb 24, (311] 463 ; Question, The Vacant Secretaryship, Question, Mr.
Mr. Dixon-Hartland ; Answer, The Chancel.

Puleston ; Answer, The Chancellor of the
lor of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) Mar 8,

Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) July 26, [318] 18
1581
Silver Coinaye, Questions, Mr. E. Iardcastle, Foreign Goods bearing British Trade Marks,

Mr. Dillon ; Answers, The Chancellor of Questions, Mr. Howard Vincent, Mr. Mun.
the Exchcquer (Mr. Goschen) May 23, [315] della; Answers, The Secretary to the Trea-
873

sury (Mr. Jackson) Mar 18, (312] 718
Gold and Silver Currency (Royal Commission) Free Goods to Irish Workhouses, Question,

- The First Report, Question, Mr. Web- Mr. O'Hanlon ; Answer, The Chief Secre-
ster ; Answer, The Secretary for Scotland tary for Ireland ( Mr. A. J. Balfour) April 14,
(Mr. A. J. Balfour) Feb 24, (311] 459 ; [313] 882 ; Question, Mr. O'Hanlon ; An-
Question, Observations, The Duke of Marl. swer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer
borough ; Reply, The Prime Minister and

(Mr. Goschen) April 15, 998
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (The Free Goods to all Workhouses, Question, Mr.
Marquess of Salisbury) Feb 28, 671 ; Ques- O'Hanlon; Answer, The Chancellor of the
tion, Mr. Montagu ; Answer, The Chan- Eschequer (Mr. Goschen) April 18, 1.313]
cellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) 1115
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310–311-312-313-314-315-316—317–318-319-320-321.
Customs-cont.

Cyprus
Loading and Discharging Cargoes, Attendance Mr. Mavrogordato, Question, Mr. Stanley

of Oficers at OvertimeHours, Question, Leighton ; Answer, The Secretary of State
Mr. Atkinson ; Answer, Sir Herbert Max. for the Colonies (Sir llenry Holland) April 5,
well (A Lord of the Treasury) Sept 16,[321] [313] 487
560

Mail Service, The- The Annual Payment to
Outdoor Officers, Question, Mr. T. M. Healy ; the Porte, Question, Sir Edmund Lechmere ;

Answer, The Secretary to the Treasury (Mr. Answer, The Secretary of State for the
Jackson) Mar 8, (311] 1591

Colonies (Sir Henry Holland) Feb 15, [310]
Reduction of an Examining Officer at IVest 1559

Hartlepool - Anthony Gregory, Question, Report on the Locust Campaign, 1885 and 1886,
Sir Henry Havelock-Allan; Answer, The Question, Mr. Howell ; Answer, The Secre-
Secretary to the Treasury (Mr. Jackson) tary of State for the Colonies (Sir Henry
Aug 9, [318] 1710

Holland) July 7, [317] 75
Searching of Luggage- The Hon. P. A. Collins,

Questions, Mr. Tuite, Mr. Sexton ; Answers,
The Parliamentary 'Under Secretary for DALRYMPLE, Sir C., Ipswich
Ireland (Colonel King-Harman) Aug 4, [318]

Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Motion
1163

for Leave, (312) 1897, 1899

Irish Land Law, 2R. [317] 831
Customs and Inland Revenue Bill

Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in An-
(Mr. Courtney, Mr. Chancellor of the

swer to, [310] 688
Exchequer, Mr. Jackson)

Privilege-Public Petitions Committee-Peti-

tions on the London Coal and Wine Duties
c. Considered in Committee April 21
Resolution reported, and agreed to; Bill

Continuance Bill, [316] 588, 589
ordered * April 22

Supply - Embassies and Missions Abroad,
Resolutions in Committee April 25

[319]1646
Resolutions reported, and agreed to April 26,

Technical Schools (Scotland), [318] 381
314] 100
Ordered, That it be an Instruction to the DAVENPORT, Mr. H. T., Staffordshire,
Gentlemen appointed to prepare and bring

Leek
in a Bill upon the Resolutions reported from
the Committee of Ways and Means on the

Labourers' Allotments, Comm. cl. 1, [319]
22nd day of this instant April, and then

1134 ; Consid. add. cl. (320) 1283
agreed to by the Ilouse, that they do make

Paris Exhibition, 1889, (315) 884
provision therein, pursuant to the said Reso.

Supply- Reformatory and Industrial Schools,
lutions

Great Britain, [319] 1502
Read 1° *

[Bill 241]
Question, Mr. Dillon; Answer, The First Lord DAWNAY, Colonel Hon. L.P., York, N.R.,

of the Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith) May 16, Thirsk
315] 68

Ilares Preservation_“A Close Time,” [317]
Read 2o, after debate June 6, 1184

1627
The Tobacco Trade, Question, Mr. Kennedy ;
Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

Ilares Preservation, 2R. [314] 928

Rivers Pollution - Bye-Laws of the Thames
316] (Mr. Goschen) June 16, 270
. Committee ; Report June 17, 488

Conservators, (312] 511, 512, 1779 ;-

Pollution of the Upper Thames, (311) 467
As amended, considered June 27, 1099
Read 30 * June 28

Water Supply (Metropolis) — Chelsea Water
l. Read 1** (M. of Salisbury) June 30 (No. 150)

Company, [311] 881
Read 2a * ; Committee negatived July 1

Ways and Means, Comm. [313] 1904
Read 3a * July 4

Royal Assent July 5 (50 & 51 Vict. c. 15] Deacons (Church of England) Bill
Customs Law Amendment Bill--after. (Mr. Gedge, Viscount Folkestone, Mr. Hoare,
wards

Mr. Mac Innes)
Customs Consolidation Act (1876) Amend. c. Ordered ; read 10 * Jan 31 [Bill 134]

2R. (Dropped]
ment Bill (Sir Albert Rollit, Mr.

Seymour King, Mr. Gourley)
c. Considered in Committee; Res. agreed to, Deasy, Mr. J., Mayo, W.

and reported ; Bill ordered ; read 1°* Army Estimates, 1887–Land Forces, (312] 333
Feb 2

[Bill 155] Dublin, Wicklow, and Wexford Railway (City
Read 2o, after debate Feb 18, (311] 127

of Dublin Junction Railways), Consid. [318]
Committee *; Report April 20

336
Considered * April 25

Inland Revenue Department - Collection at
Read 30 * April 26

Liverpool, Colchester, and Cork, [315] 58
1. Read 1a * (Lord Brabourne) April 28

" Ride” Officers, [317] 1339
Read 2a May 6, [314] 1108 (No. 71) Ireland- Questions
Committee * May 9

Board of National Education-Dismissal
Report * May 10

of Mr. Cunningham, [320] 253
Read 34 * May 12

Emigration- Mr. R. V. Stoney, of Rosturk
Royal Assent May 23 (50 Vict. c. 7]

Castle, [318] 1558; [320] 459

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310–30–312–313–314-315-316-317–318-319-320–321. Deasy, Mr.J.cont.

Deeds of Arrangement (No. 2) Bill (H...]
Mulranny (Co. Mayo) National School,

(The Lord Chancellor)
[320] 146
Towns Improvement Act, 1854—Listowel, 17. Presented ; read 1a * Aug 11

(No. 230)

Read 22 * Aug 12
[320] 453, 739

Committee * ; Report Aug 15
Ireland-Law and Justice-Arrest of Father

Read 3a * Ang 16
Keller, Motion for Adjournment, [312] 775 c. Read 10 * (Mr. Attorney General) Aug 16
Metropolitan Police Ex-Sergeant Drum-

Read 20 * Sept 2

(Bill 381) mond, [320] 721

Committee--R.P. Scpt 5, [320] 1326 Navy Estimates-Sea and Coast Guard Ser.

Committee-R.P. Sept 6, 1514
vices, (312) 699

Committee * ; Report Sept 9
Victuals and Clothing for Seamen and

As amended, considered Sept 10, [321] 167
Marines, (312] 1002

Moved, “ That the Bill be now read 3o;” Parliament - Business of the flouse - Irish Amendt. to leave out “now,” add “ Business, [320] 922

day three months” (Mr. Clancy): Quostion iiainent- Business of the House (Rules of proposed, “That now,' &c.; after short B: procedure)-Rule 1 (Closure of Debate), debate, Amendt. withdrawn 28.(312] 91, 92, 417, 461

Main Question put, and agreed to ; Bill Suppre-Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieu

read 30 tenant of Ireland, [320] 677

1. Royal Assent Sept 16 [50 & 51 Vict. c. 57] County Court Officers, &c. Ireland, [320]

1172, 1174, 1183
Criminal Prosecutions, &c. in Ireland, [320]

Deep Sea Oysters Bill
934, 989, 990, 997, 999

(Mr. Cozens-Hardy, Mr. Colman) Harbours, &c. under the Board of Trade,

c. Ordered ; read 10* Feb 2 [Bill 151] [317] 635

Bill withdrawn * June 28
Local Government Board in Ireland, &c.

[320] 786, 790, 794, 795, 823, 825,
835

Defective Weapons-gee Army (Ordnance
Registrar General's Office, Ireland, [320] Department)

701, 713
Valuation and Boundary Survey, Ireland,
[320] 714

Defences of the Empire-see title Imperial

and Colonial Defences
DE COBAIN, Mr. E. S. W., Belfast, E.
Belfast Main Drainage, 3R. [310] 1523; DE LA WARR, Earl

Lords' Amendts. [315] 659; [316] 1585; Agricultural Depression, Petition presented,
Consid. [317] 40, 64

[320] 1638 Ireland - Law and Police -John M'Crea, Colonial Conference-Representation of Malta, Belfast, (316) 1026

(312) 1126 Municipal Corporations Acts (Ireland) Amend.

Government of Malta, [320] 1037 ment (No. 2), Comm. cl. 1, [315] 633; add. cl. Islands of the Western Pacific - Liquor Traffio, 812

(319) 656 Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in An

Malta-Changes in the Constitution, Motion swer to, [310] 1139, 1142, 1143, 1144, 1145 for a Paper, (311) 1227; [314] 681 ; [318] Truck, Lords' Amendts. Consid. cl. 4, [319] 487 1243

Potter's Patent, 2 R. (311] 557

Railways- Railway Brakes, Motion for a Re. Deeds of Arrangement Registration Bill

turn, [310] 1354

Tithe Rent-Charge, 1R. (312] 1458; 2R. (Sir Bernhard Samuelson, Mr. Howard Vincent,

(314) 168
Sir John Lubbock, Mr. Coddington, Mr.
Lawson, Sir Albert Rollit)

DE LISLE, Mr. E. J. L. M. P., Leicesc. Ordered ; read 10 * April 20 [Bill 231] tershire, Mid Read 2° May 10, [314] 1580

Colonial Confernce Crown Colonies - The Committee *-R.P. May 13

Straits Settlements, [313] 71 Committee-R.P. May 20, (315] 815

Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Motion Committee ; Report June 7, 1310

for Leave, (312] 1883, 1889; 2R. [313] As amended, considered June 16, (316) 367 1095, 1147, 1151; Comm. cl. 1, [314] 1867, Bill re-committed ; Report ; as amended, 1868; 3R. [317] 118 considered ; read 3° June 17, 530

Defences of the EmpireCoaling Ilarbour at [Bill 283]

Singapore, [313] 732, 1341 1. Read 1a * June 20

(No. 121)

Coast Defences of Great Britain, (312] 319

Education Department-Political Meetings in Deeds of Arrangement Registration [Stamp

Schoolrooms, [313] 1635
Duty]

England - Boycotting and Intimidation, (313]

1701 c. Res. considered in Committee, and agreed to India—The Punjab-Forced Labour, &c. [310] June 16, (316) 369

1078

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310-311-312-313-314-315-316-317–318-319-320-321.
De Lisle, Mr. E. J. L. M. P.-cont.

Dennan, Lord-cont.
Ireland Criminal Law Amendment Act- Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Comm.
Proclaimed Counties, [318] 031

[317] 920
Law and Justice-Jury System - Return of Duration of Speeches in Parliament, 1 R. [314]
Jurors and Voters, (314) 355

1799 ; 2R. [319] 255 ; (320) 1333, 1335
Irish Land Law, Comm. cl. 4, (318) 148

Endowed Schools Act (1869) and Amending
Merchandise Marks Law Consolidation and Acts (Archbishop Holgate's Grammar School

Amendment, Comm. [316] 1545 ; cl. 4, at Hemsworth), Motion for an Address, (314)
1743, 1747

1446
Metropolitan Improvements—Piccadilly Circus, Irish Land Law, 2R, Amendt. [313] 1354
(320) 452

Labourers' Allotments, 2R. [320] 1532
Navy-Colonial Defences— Torpedo Boats for Land Transfer, Report, Amendt. [317] 14, 15;
Singapore, [314] 245

3R. 330
Lieutenants and Sub. Lieutenants, (312] Law of Evidence Amendment, 2R [311) 432;
523, 851

3R, Amendt. 1254
Navy Estimates-Victuals and Clothing for Licensed Premises (Earlier Closing) (Scot-
Seamen and Marines, (312) 949

land), Comm. [318] 1690; Report, And
Oaths, 2R. Motion for Adjournment, [314]

[319] 226

otion
1421, 1427, 1432

Margarine (Fraudulent Sale), Repara
Parliament-Palace of Westminster- Mosaic 1324, 1335 ; on Question, " That' the Bill

of St. George in the Central Lobby, [319] do pass ?" Amendt. 1698
661

Palace of Westminster-House of Lords-
Parliament--Business of the Houso (Rules of Acoustic Properties of this llouse, Personal

Procedure)-Rule 1 (Closure of Debate), Explanation, (317] 487
Res. (311] 397, 398

Sheffield Corporation Water, (314) 156
Parliament- Privilege-Complaint (Dr. Tan. Smoke Nuisance Abatemer.t (Metropolis),
ner), Res. [317] 1651

Comm. [318] 684
Parliament Privilege (Mr. Dillon and the State- Directed Einigration, [310] 383
“ Times" Newspaper), Res. (314) 847

Supreme Court of Judicature (Ireland), 2R.
Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in An- Amendt. [313] 1240, 1241 ; 3R. Amendt.
swer to, (310) 715

(314) 178
Poor Law (England and Wales) — Election of Truck, Commons' Amendts, to Lorus' Amondts.
Guardians- Fulham Parish, [314] 8

Consid. (320] 1534
Post Office- An Imperial Penny Postage, [310] Women's Suffrage (319) 1792 ;-A Point of
393

Order, [320] 2, 3
Telegraph Department-Alleged Deficit of Women's Suffrage, 2R. (310) 256 ; [320] 42,
£50,000, (316) 1486

444, 445 ; Motion, 1636 ; [321] 1, 2
Post Office-East India and China Mail Con- Women's Suffrage (No. 2), Personal Com-
tract, Res. (316] 919

plaint, [321] 260, 261
Public Offices—New Admiralty and War Office

– Sites, (316) 1155
Regulation of Railways Act, 1868—Selby Rail. | Depression of Trade
way Bridge, [313] 72

Census of the Unemployed in East London,
Supply-British Museum, &c. [319] 1576

Question, Mr. Pickersgill; Answer, The
Civil Services and Revenue Departments,

l’resident of the Local Government Board
(312) 1030

(Mr. Ritchie) Aug 19, [319] 1109
Embassies and Misssions Abroad, [319] Chainmakers of Staffordshire, Questions, Mr.
1289, 1294

Curzon, Mr. Bradlaugh; Answers, The
Ilouses of Parliament, (316) 1070

Secretary of State for the Ilome Department
Prisons, Ireland, [320] 1063

(Mr. Matthews) June 17, (316] 406
Revenue Departments—Post Office Tele- Depression of Trade and Agriculture, Royal
graph Services, (315] 1182

Commission on— The Report-Cheap Edi-
Technical Instruction, 2R. [318] 1876, 1377 tion, Question, Sir John R. Mowbray; An.
War Office (Ordnance Departınent) - Contract swer, The Secretary to the Treasury (Mr.

for Cartridges for Queensland, [31] Jackson) Feb 18, (311) 41
1583;—Explosives Act, [310] 1402

[See title Trade and Commerce]
Ordnance Store Department Committee
of Inquiry, [318] 1370

DERBY, Earl of

India-Queon's Jubilee Celebration- Libera-
DENBIGII, Earl of

tion of 25,000 Prisoners, (311] 7, 280
Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), 2R.[317] Railway and Canal Traffic, Comm. cl. 23,[313]
747

199

Sheffield Corporation Water, 3R. [314] 156
DENMAN, Lord
Appellate Jurisdiction, 2R. [310] 751; Comm.
1059; cl. 1, Amendt. ib.; cl. 2, 'Amendt. De Ros, Lord
1063; Report, 1726 ; 3R. Amendt. (311) Ireland, State of -- Legislation, (310) 1375

Metropolitan Open Spaces Acts Extension,
Army (Administration), Res. [319] 1091

Report, cl. 2, [317] 1325
Consolidated Fund (Appropriation), 2R. [321]

Navy-U.M.S. "Indus" -- Defective Weapons
550

- Sword Bayonets, [310] 1070

8, 9

310-30-312-313-314-315-316-317–318 -319-320 –321.
De Vesci, Viscount

Ds Worms, Baron H.-cont.
Irish Land Law, 2R. [313] 1384 ; Comm. Special Provision for Women Travelling,

cl. 17, (315) 46; cl. 20, Amendt. 1684 ; [320] 000; [321] 473
cl. 22, Amendt. 1705 ; Report, cl. 21,

See also Railways (England and
Amendt. (316) 1476; add. cl. Amendt. ib.;
Commons' Amendts. Consid. cl. 1, Amendi.

Wales),
(319) 21; cl. C, Amendt. 22 ; cl. 9, 25 ;

Butter Substitutes and Oleomargarine Bills,
cl. 21, Amendt. 37

Nomination of Select Committee, [313] 1630
Channel Tunnel (Experimental Works), 2R.

[318] 1055, 1057; Amendt. 1059
De WORMS, Baron H. (Secretary to the Contagious Diseases (Animals) Acts — Cattle
Board of Trade), Liverpool, Eist

Trade with Ireland, (312] 1614
Torteth

Corn Sales, 2R. 1315] 1204
Agricultural Returns — Acreage of Woods and

Court of Bankruptcy-Mr. E. M. Langworthy

- Private Examination, (315] 511
Forests, [317] 910
Argentine Republic -Bounty on Export of

Egypt-Light Dues on Shipping, (311) 162
Meat, [320] 165

Port Dues on Shipping, [310] 1561
Bankruptoy-Costs of Administration, [314] Emigration and Immigration-Questions
230

Destitute Aliens, [320] 722, 723 ;-Immi-
Bankruptcy Act, 1883–Fourth Report of the gration of, (315] 520 ; [320] 133 ; [321]
Inspector General, [319] 1820

264
Small Bankruptcy Clauses, [318] 910, 1157 Emigration Statistics for 1836,[310] 1230;
Board of Trade-Questions

- The Return, (311] 578
“ Board of Trade Journal”-Advertising Statistical Tables, (312) 1777

Agents, (311] 580; (314) 11 ; (315] 879 United States-Relusal of Destitute Aliens,
Boating Fatality at Ilfracombe, [320] 745

[320] 1336
Captain Christian, Principal Officer at Fisheries-Questions
Queenstown, [3167 46

Beam Trawling, (310] 773, 774
Labour Statistics - Mr. Burnett, [318] 926, Collection of Statistics, [311] 43
1523 ;-Northumberland and Durham

Fishing Boats Act, 1987—The llerring
Miners' Unions, [319] 487 ;-United

Fishery, [320] 732
Plumbers' Association, (319] 487

Fishing Boats Amendment, [310] 1224
Lighthouse Illuminants-Correspondence, Ilome Office and the Board of Conserva-
[318] 706 ; -- Expenditure of Light.

tors, [317] 916
house Boards, (311] 470 ; — Experi. Inland Fisheries-Lower Trent District,
ments at South Foreland, [310] 266 ;

Eel Nettings, [313] 703
[313] 1625 ; — Monopoly of Lenticular

Loss of Lifo from Fishing Vessels, (311)
Apparatus, (318) 1377 ; — Trinity House

701
Report, (315] 1726

Fraudulent Marking of Merchandise The
Lighthouse Service, (321) 478

Select Committee, [313] 70
Marine Department - Wrock of the “ Tally
Ilo"--Rocket Station at Eastbourne,

Gold and Silver Plate-Hall-Marking-Indian

Gold and Silver Plate at the Colonial
[310] 1552 ;-Shipwrecks and Loss of
Life in the Bristol Channel -Steam Tug

Exhibition, [310] 548
off the Mumbles Head, [321] 466

Revenue Act, 1887,[310] 769
Returns, Foreign Manufactured Goods Ilarbour Loans, Res. [313] 401
with British Trade Marks, [321] 463

Harbours, Docks, and Piers Ciauses Act, 1847
Standards Department, [318] 1133 ;

-Harbours Exempt -Life-Saving Appara-
Weights and Measures in Birkenhead, tus, (311] 289
[319] 952

Harbours of Refuge - Questions
Supposed Tidal Wave in the Atlantic, [318]

(312] 1614, 1015
1370

Dover Harbour Board — The Accounts,
Board of Trade (Railway Department)—Ques-

(311] 1719 ; — The Admiralty Pier,
tions

[314] 6
Accidents on the Midland Railway, [320]

Ilarbours of Refuge on the Welsh Coast,
1139

[320] 743
Cavan, Leitrim, and Roscommon Light

Lundy Island, [310] 1079
Railway, [320] 902, 903

Refuge and Lite Harbours-Appropriation
Imminent Collision of a Midland Express of Public Money, [310] 1394

Train, [319] 252, 365
Level Crossings, [320] 1640 ;-Fatal Acci-

Harbours of Refuge, Res. [313] 1277, 1273

1281
dent at Bromley (London, Chatham, and
Dover Railway), [319] 488 ; [320] 1340 ; Ireland-Questions
[321] 489 ;-- Littlemore (Great Western Piers and IIarbours - Rock at Entrance to
Railway, [319] 1523

Adrigole, Co. Cork, [319] 49;— Tralee
Major Hutchinson's Report on the Bantry

and Fenit Pier and Harbour Cominis.
Extension Railway Accident, [320] 733

sioners, (316] 1591, 1789, 1790; [317]
North London Railway-Chalk Farm Road

1334
Bridge, [320] 268

Port and Docks Board, Dublin-Tenders,
Railway Passengers, [321] 489

(311] 30
Railway Whistle at Night in the Metro- Sea Fisheries-Sunken Anchors in Bantry
polis, (319) 1794

Bay, [318] 1351
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