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310-311--312-313-314-315-316--317-318-319-320-–321.
De Worms, Baron II.-cont.

De Worms, Baron 11.--cont.
Tramways-Line between Schull and Skib. Report of tho Royal Commission, (312] 184

bereen, 1315] 53 : [318] 530, 531, 532, Shipwrecks on the Glamorganshire Coast-
698;- Major General Hutchinson, [316] Coastguard Station at Southerndown,
766

(311) 1062

The “ Andrew Johnson" and the “ Thirl.
Ireland — Commissioners of Irish Lights-
Questions

mere,” (310) 1563

Use of Oil in Heavy Sens, [320] 10
[310] 538; [317] 210

Wreck Commission-Return of Inquiries,
Carlingford Lough Lightkeepers' Houses,
(312] 851

1885, (31 2] 1332

Wreck of the “ Flamingo," (312) 17
Clothing Contracts, (310) 1083

Wrecks and Loss of Lifo in the Bristol
Daunt's Rock, Cork Harkour, 1311] 698
Lighthouses— Connection with the Main-

Channel, (311) 290
land, (316) 1306;—Lighthouse at Ard- Merchant Shipping Acts-Questions
glass, 1313] 1782 ;-Lighthouse Keepers Boat Accommodation on Passenger Ships,
and Children, (312] 1331; (315] 888,

(311) 876
889

Examination for Colour Blindness, [318]
Telegraphio Communication-Lord Craw-

1129
ford's' Committee-Tory Island, [313] Loss of Life at Sea- Report of the Royal
347 ; (315) 710

Commission, (315) 724
The “ Princess Alexandra,” (310) 539

Loss of the S.S. “Carmona,” (315) 871,
Ireland-Railways-Questions

[318] 1522

Pilots' Certificates, [318] 1129, 1130 ;-
Fatal Accident on the Bantry Extension

Pilots' Certificates to Aliens, (311) 1259 ;
Railway, [318] 694
Great Southern and Western Railway

(312] 1332 ;-" The Queen v. Trinity

House Corporation,” [317] 1021
Company, (316) 941

Regulations for the Prevention of Collisions
Station Accommodation, [317] 213

at Sea Article 19, (317) 768; - Col.
Jubilee Year of Her Majesty's Reign, Celebra-

lision of the “ Celtic” and “ Britannic,”
tion of Naval Review off Spithead, [317]

[316) 37
342

Steam Launches on the Thames, (320) 18
Law and Justice- Official Receiver in Bank-

Transfer of British Ships to Foreign
ruptcy, [318] 366

Owners, (311) 1392
Law of Limited Liability, (316) 1229 ; [321] Merchant Shipping (Fishing Boats) Acts

269 ;— Registration of Limited Companies, Amendment, Comm. cl. 11, (312] 701,
[310] 1770 ; (311) 889

702
Manchester Ship Canal, Motion for Leave, Merchant Shipping Act (1554) Amendment
(315] 1318, 1351, 1352

(No. 2), Comm. cl. 1, (313] 1720, 1725,
Merchandiso Marks Act Consolidation, (311] 1734, 1735, 1737, 1738, 1746
1260, 1581

Merchant Shipping (Miscellaneous), Comm.
Merchandise Marks Law Consolidation and cl. 1, [320] 1518; cl. 2, Amendt. ib. ; cl. 7,

Amendment, Comm. [316] 1545 ; cl. 3, Amendt. ib.; cl. 8, 1520
1734; cl. 4, 1737, 1744, 1748

Mersey Dock and IIarbour Board-Ferry

Communication between Bootle and New
Merchant Shipping-Questions

Brighton, [317] 1612
Accidental Loss of Lifo-Inquiry, [312] Mersey Railway, Consid. ad l.cl. [313] 1303
731

Deteorological Office--Storm Warnings-In-
Boats and Life-Saving Apparatus on Pas- vention of Mr. B. A. Collins, [314] 959 ;
senger Ships, (312] 183; – The Line-

[317] 1605
Throwing Gun, (314) 684

Metropolis-Foreign Labour in East London,
Boats of Ocean-Going Vessels, [313] 1781

(311] 1724
Burning of the “ City of Montreal- Re-
covery of the Missing Boat, (319) 1776

North Sea Fisheries Convention, 1883—Ques.
International Regulations of Navigation,

tions
[319] 941

Affray between French and English Fisher-
Loss of the “ Caterina,” [311] 290

men at Ramsgate-Compensation, [321]
Loss of the “ Kapunda,” [310] 1515 ;

471
[313] 498; Life-Saving Gear on tbe Damages to the Drift Net Fisheries, [313]
“ Kapunda," and certain Casualties in

705
1886, (310) 645

Depredations by Foreign on English Fisher-
Loss of Life at Sea-Select Committee,

men-Report of the Committee, [310]
(314) 1663

1560 ; (312] 1768
Loss of the “Victoria" in Crossing the Opposition at Ostend, [320] 921

Channel, [313] 887, 1110 ; [314] 1269 ; Outrages by Belgians on English Fishing
[320] 24;-D'Ailly Lighthouse, [313] Vessels, [320] 22 ;-The "Trio,” (321)
1411; Wreck Commissioners' Court,

30, 466
(314) 1683

Outrage to the Nets, &c. of Yarmouth
Medical Service on board Transatlantic

Fishermen, [317] 1769
Liners, (314) 1742, 1745

The Papers, (318] 1374
Register of Shipping – Vessels Movod by The Smack “Lady Godiva," [318] 034;
Towing, (310) 1397

(319) 938, 940

310-311-312-313-314-315-316-317–318—319-320–321. DE Worus, Baron II.-cont.

De Worms, Baron H.--cont. Parliament- Business of the House, [316] 1500 Lighthouses Abroad, [317] 675 Privilege- Premature Publication of the Mercantile Marine Fund (Grant in Aid), Merchandise Marks Act (1862) Amend

[318] 1658, 1659, 1661, 1662, 1663 ment, (311] 130 ; Personal Explanation, Office of the Committee of Privy Council (311]184, 185

for Trade, &c. [317] 1410, 1414, 1415, Patent Office, [319] 1808, 1809

1416, 1420, 1426, 1431, 1434 Patent Office Inquiry Committee - Report Supply (Supplementary Estimates, 1886-7) – and Evidence, [313] 476

Bankruptcy Department of the Board of Population-Deaths from Starvation in the Trade, (311] 769, 771, 773, 775

Metropolis and All Ireland, [320] 723 Thames Conservancy Board - Representation Public Ilealth-Precautions against Trichi- in this llouse, [320] 1051 nosis, [321] 278

Thames Preservation Act, 1885 – Conservancy Metropolis — Chelsea Hospital Refuse at Bye-Laws, [310] 876 Sheerness, [320] 269

Trade and Commerce - International ConRailways (England and Wales)—Questions

ference on the Sugar Bountios, [310] Capital, Receipts, and Expenditure, 1886,

1560 (318] 1149

Official Returns of Exports and Imports, Inspectors' Reports upon Accidents, (315) (311] 1571 506

Tramways Provisional Orders (No. 1), 3R. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway-Sub- [317] 1330

way at Todmorden Station, (313] 1113 Watch Trade-IIall- Marking of Watch Cases Londonderry Railway (Durham), (316)

- Merchandise Marks Act (1862) Amend1293 ;-Sunderland and Seaham llar

ment, (311) 722, 1078 bour, [317] 762

Waltham Watch Manufacturing Co. (311] Midland Railway Company Employés

1203 Wages Dispute, (318] 699 ;-Strike of Weights and Measures Act, 1878—Questions Engine Drivers and Firemen, [318] 1366, Corn Measures, (312] 1771 1367, 1495, 1547, 1548; (31976, 943

“ Further Legislation,” (311) 25 Passenger Duty-Liability of Tramways, Sale of Coal in the Midland Mining [318] 910

Districts, [310] 886
Rates and Charges, [310] 1571 ; [313] 68
Regulation of Railways Act, 1868-Selby Dickson, Major A. G., Dover

Railway Bridge, [313] 73
Return of Rates for Carriage of English

Dover llarbour Board— The Accounts, (311) and Foreign Produce, [310] 272

1718 Station Accommodation at Dartmouth

(Great Western Railway), (317] 1878 Toton Sidings on the Midland Railway, Dillon, Mr. J., Mayo, E. (312] 1321

Army (Supplementary Estimates) — Army SerUse of Whistles at Night, [317] 1767

vices, (311] 1799, 1802 Railway and Canal Traffic-Carriage of Town

Belfast Main Drainage, Lords' Amendts. Refuse, (315] 1726 ; (316) 762

Consid. Motion for Adjournment, [317] 31, Thames and Severn Canal Navigation, 32

[318] 282 Royal Commission on Trawling, 1885, (311)

Bulgaria-Executions of Insurgents, (312) 119 1264

Coal Mines, &c. Regulation, Comm. cl. 50, Salmon Fishery Act, 1873—Board of Con

Rule 38, [319] 857 servators of the Dovey Fishery District,

Contested Elections - Lords' Justices as Gover(320) 744

nors of Ireland, [317] 222 Saving Life at Sea, Nomination of Select Com. Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Motion

mittee, [313] 1408 ;-Report of the Com- 312] for Leave, 1628, 1658, 1659, 1686, 1690, mittee, [318] 1363

1866, 1887 Scotland - Questions

313] 2R. 1160 Commissioners of Northern Lights-Ex- 314] Comm. 39, 75, 88, 255, 258, 261 ; cl. 1, 377, penditure, [301] 303

434, 458, 479, 481, 484, 561, 597, 651 Fisheries-Loss of Life from Shallow. 315] 285, 373 ; cl. 2, 438, 407, 552, 584, 593, Decked Boats, [314] 1684

772, 922, 935, 969, 1003, 1009; Motion for Ilarbours, &c.-Gigulum Sound, (311) 294 reporting Progress, 1013, 1015, 1019, 1025 ; Pollution from the Clyde-Loch Long and cl. 3, 1270, 1303, 1318, 1326, 1357 ; cl. 4, Loch Goil, [313] 56

1504, 1531, 1543, 1545, 1646, 1554; c. 5, Railways—Fatal Accident at Stirling, (316) 1747, 1748, 1793; Amendt. 1794, 1797 ; 1024

1805, 1807, 1818, 1826, 1830, 1832 Statistics of Trade and Labour Labour 316]cl. 6, 130, 131, 150, 171, 172, 175, 183, 433; Bureaux, [310] 1407

Consid. add. cl. 1169, 1215, 1222, 1270, Sugar Industry-Closing of Refineries, [317]

1272 343

317] 3R. 131, 372 Report of Progress, [316) 76

Currency-Silver Coinage, [355] 875 Supply-Bankruptcy Department of the Board Distressed Unions (Ireland), 2R. [317] 152, of Trade, [317] 1436

162, 163, 164 ; Comm. 453, 1736 ; Motion Harbours, &c. under the Board of Trade, for Adjournment, 1738; Comm. [318] 485, (317) 630, 631

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[cont.

310-311-312-313-314-315-316—317–318—319-320-321.
Dillon, Mr. J.-cont.

Dillon, Mr. J.--cont.
Distressed Unions (Ireland) [Salary, Advances, Riots at Belfast-Trial of the Walkers-
&o.], Report of Res. (317) 418

Challenging the Jury, [30] 1067
Dublin, Wicklow, and Wexford Railway (City

Ireland- Evictions-Questions
of Dublin Junction Railways), [317] 1870,

Brooke Estate, Coolgreany, Co. Wexford,
1871, 1873; 3R. [318] 888, 899

[317] 522, 796,797, 198, 1600;— Return
Egypt-Questions

of Expenses, 1878
Affairs of Egypt, (319) 99, 100, 106

Co. Mayo, (315] 1223
Anglo-Egyptian Convention, (316) 1788

Herbertstown, Co. Limerick, [320] 471
Detention of Zebehr Pasha, (312] 1783,

Lord Granard's Estate, Co. Longford-
1784 ;- Return of, [318] 1357

Notice to the Board of Guardians, [314]

698
Finance, &c.—The Papers, [318] 1550 ;
[319] 929 ;- Refunding the Fivo per

Lord Ormathwaite's Estate, [310] 1236
Cent Coupon Tax, (312] 1324; [313]

Marquess of Lansdowne's Estate, Queen's
217

Co. (312] 1600
Parliamentary Papers-Delay in Issuing,

Ireland - Evictions – Bodykc, Co. Claro-
[320] 272, 273

Questions
tical Affairs—Sir Henry Drummond

(315) 1731, 1732; (316] 54, 55
Wolff's Mission, (312] 19;—The Mili.

Alleged Misconduct of the Constabulary,
tary Occupation, (314) 692

[315] 1439, 1741, 1742 ; (316] 268 ;-
Soudan-Arabs of Suakin, (315) 1219

Inquiry as to the, (316) 1499

Bodyke 'Tenantry, [319] 927, 928
Great Eastern Railway, Consid. (315) 701 Ireland-Law and Justice-Questions
Ireland-Questions

Court of Bankruptcy-Imprisonment of
Criminal Law – William Fahoy, [318] Father Keller, (315]722, 903, 904, 905
1540

Jury-Packing, (313) 369, 46.8
Crirainal Law and Procedure Act, 1887– Louth Assizes—" Kearney v. Supplo,"[318]
Arrest and Trial of Mr. William O'Brien,

929
M.P. [320] 274 ;- Treatment, &c. of Petty Sessions— Ballaghaderrin, Co. Mayo
Prisoners, [321] 491

- Charge of Assault, (319) 55
Distressod Unions, (316) 1500, 1608, 1609, Tarbert Petty Sessions - Case of Daniel
1792 ; [317] 359 ; [318] 388, 552 ;-

Scanlan, (320) 725, 726
Municipal Regulation (Constabulary, &c.) Ireland— Ballycoree, Ennis, Co. Clare-Pro-
(Belfast), [319] 956

claimed Meeting, Motion for Adjournment,
Emigration from Ireland - Westport Emi.

[320] 749, 750; Amendt. 751, 758, 761,
gration Committee - Accounts of Mr.

769, 770
Stoney, [320] 459

Ireland Evictions Bodyke, Co. Clare,
Irish Land Commission-Glebe Land Pur- Motion for Adjournment, (316) 278, 290,

chasers, [313] 1418, 1419 : (316) 1142, 291, 293, 318, 330, 349, 355
1143 ; [317] 356, 799 ;— Assistant Com- Ireland Irish National League (Special Pro.
missioners, [319] 929

clamation), Motion for an Address, [319]
Irish Land Law, [313] 698 ; [314] 250, 1859 ; [320] 99, 123, 128, 129
357, 556 ; (316) 1793

Ireland - Law and Justice-Arrest of Father
Law and Police— Assault at Coolgreany, Keller, Motion for Adjournment, [312] 731,
[310] 1223

736, 743
National Education

Classification of 317] Irish Land Law, 2R. 375, 378, 445 ; Motion
Teachers, (315) 1218

for Adjournment, 446, 525, 526, 541, 544,
Poor Relief inquiry Commission—Report, 803, 816; Comm. 1683, 1684, 1696, 1721 ;
(315] 1219

cl. 1, Amendt. 1910, 1915, 1919, 1957, 1966,
Post Office - Telegraphic Communication at 1995

Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo, [313] 692 ; 318] Comm. cl. 1, 64, 65; cl. 2, 115, 121 ; d. 3,
Telegraph Line to Charlestown, (315) 137, 139, 140; cl. 4, 154, 155, 159, 161,
1223

199, 204, 205, 276, 392, 433, 437, 439, 441,
Public Meetings Proclamation of the 557, 558, 577, 57, 580, 581, 586, 593 ;

Dungannon Meeting, (315) 522, 523;- cl. 6, 604, 620, 621, 636, 640, 643 ; cl. 22,
Suppression of Public Meetings in Ulster, 732, 736, 745, 748, 756, 757, 774, 779, 806,
(315) 256, 257, 258

839, 840, 844, 848 ; cl. 24, 860 ; add.cl. 990;
Royal Irish Constabulary-Recent Rasig- Amendt. 1004, 1005, 1012, 1017, 1023, 1027,
nations, [313] 1123

1033, 1081, 1086, 1092, 1099, 1101, 1112,
Ireland Crime and Outrage-Questions

1120; Consid. 1383; Amendt. 1335, 1383 ;
Agrarian Offences, (314) 1718

add. cl. 1127, 1428 ; cl. 2, Amendt. 1467;
Assaults at Westport, [319] 482

cl. 4, Amendt. 1469, 1470 ; cl. 20, Amendt.
Attack on the Children of the Westport 1476, 1483, 1484, 1487, 1488, 1491

Protestant Sunday School, Co. Mayo, 319) Lords' Amendts. to Commons' Ainendts.
(317] 1618

Consiú. 281, 287; cl. C, Amendt. 298, 299,
Attempted Murder of Mr. Jeremiah 300; cl. E, 987
Hegarty, J.P. [313] 1410

Jubileo Thanksgiving Service (Wostminster
Fatal Riot at Mitchelstown, [321] 319, Abbey)— Tickets of Admission to the Plat-
320, 324, 363, 392, 393

form outside Parliament Square, (315] 1741
Irish National Foresters— Portrush-Firing Jubileo Year of Her Majesty's Reign, Celebra-
from a Train, [321] 504

tion of-Suspension of Evictions in Ireland,
l'olico at Feakle, Co. Clare, (316) 205

(316) 255

.

-

310-311-312–313–314-315-316-317-318-319-320-321. Dillon, Mr. J.-cont.

Dillox, Mr. J.-cont. Law and Police (Metropolis) - Arrest of Miss Public Buildings in the Department of the Cass, [316) 1829

Commissioners of Public Works in Ire. Merchant Shipping Act (1851) Amendment

land, &c. (317) 603 (No. 2), Comm. cl. 1, [313] 1716, 1753

Record Office, [318] 1500, 1562 Navy Estimates - Victuals and Clothing for Stationery, Printing, &c. [318] 1613, 1618 Seamen and Marines, (31 2] 965, 939

Supply (Supplementary Estimates, 1886-7) – Parliament-Questions

Colonies, Grants in Aid, [311] 1515 Adjournment of the lionsc, (315] 1027

Constabulary Force in Ireland, (311] 1000, House of Commons- Reading Room-Ex

1104, 1107, 1110, 1184, 1205, 1207 clusion of " United Ireland,” [317] 952

Embassies and Missions Abroad, (311] Orrier-Case of Miss Cass—The Members

1475, 1487 for Lancashire, [317] 227 :- Reflections Superannuations and Retired Allowances, on a Member of this House - Mr. Dillon (311) 1519 and the “ Trowbridge Chronicle,” Per- Various Services (other than Consular) in sonal Explanation, [318] 939, 940, 941,

Connection with the Suppression of the 942, 943, 914

Slave Trade, &c. (311) 1509, 1512; Rules of Debato-Offensive Imputations on

Amendt. 1515 Members of this llouse-Mr. Dillon and Trusteo Savings Banks, 2R. [317] 2001, the Marquess of Hartington, Personal 2002 Explanation, [313] 1417, 1634, 1636, Ways and Means-Report-Consolidated Fund 1640

(No. 2), Resolution [27th June] reported, Parliament- Business of the House-Questions

(316) 1223 [313] 1250 ; [316] 56, 57, 277, 410 ; [317]

224 ; [320] 278 Arrangement of Public Business, Ministe

DILlwyn, Mr. L. L., Swansea, Town rial Statement, 1319) 962

Africa (South)-Natal-Chief Langalibalele, Business of the Session, (319) 035, 686

(312] 11; [318] 1522 Unsatisfactory State of, (315] 1068

Pondoland, (316) 203 Parliament-Business of the House - Criminal

Africa (West Coast) — Rivor Gambia-ActLaw Amendment (Ireland), Motion for Ur

ing Chief Magistrate, 1313] 1399 gency, Res. (312] 1257

Royal Niger Company, (312) 831 Parliament-Business of the House-Proceduro Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Motion on the Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland)

for Leave, Motion for Adjournment, [313] Bill, Res. [316] 1338, 1339

336 Parliament- Business of the llouse (Rules of Currency– New Coinage, [320] 1649

Procedure) — Rule 1 (Closure of Debate), Duke of Connaught's Leave, 2R. Amondt. Res. [311] 1299, 1600, 1625, 1627, 1682, [314] 1698, 1713 1688, 1704 ; (312] 76, 795

India -- Leave of Absence "Urgent Private Parliament-Orders of the Day, Res. (316) Affairs," [313] 1411 1624, 1037, 1641

Merchant Shipping Act (1854) Amendment Parliament-Privilege (Mr. Dillon and the (No. 2), Comm. c. 1,[313] 1751

“ Times” Newspaper), Res. [314] 706, 708, Parliament-Business of the Ilouso (Rules of 712, 728, 729, 739, 756, 757, 864, 871, 872, Procedure), Res. (310) 1780 873, 903, 006, 900, 997, 1007, 1130, 1146, Parliament ---Business of the House (Rules of 1165, 1208

Procedure) -- Rule 1 (Closure of Debate), Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in An- Res. (311] 549, 604; Motion for Adjourn

swer to, [310] 847,851, 835, 933, 977, 982, ment, 1058; Amendt. [312) 394 1053, 1123, 1336, 1337, 1826, 1828, 1829,

Parliament-New Rules of Procedure (1882)1830

Rule 2 (Adjournment of the House), [310] Post Office-Exercise of Official Patronage,

1777 [313] 453

Poor Law (England and Wales) --- Croydon Russia-Arrest of Mr. Dillon, a British Sub

Workhouse Infirmary, (316) 393 ject, at Odessa, [317] 792

Post Office (Telegraph Department)- Tele

graph Superintendents, (316) 1480 Supply-Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieu.

Public Offices - New Admiralty and War tenant of Ireland, [320] 557, 607, 625,

Offices-Grant to Messrs. Leemings, the 646, 618, 651, 686 Civil Services and Revenue Departments,

Arehitects, [319] 1359 (312] 1024, 1103, 1105, 1110, 1111;

Supply — Admiralty and War Departments, Amendt. 1113, 1115, 1120 ; (315] 151,

Plans for the Erection of, Amendt. (320)

1489, 1493
152, 159, 163, 169, 188; Amendt. 192,
194, 195, 196, 207, 208, 209, 211, 212,

Civil Contingencies Fund, [320] 1500
213

Miscellaneous Expenses, [320] 1480 Constabulary Force, Ireland, [320] 280, Supply (Supplementary Estimates, 1836-7) – 294, 295, 332, 335, 369, 372, 393

Science and Art Department, &c., Motion Embassies and Missions Abroad, [319] for Adjournment, [311] 841 1292, 1294, 1324, 1329, 1334

Tramways (War Department), Comm. Motion Foreign and other Secret Services, [318] for Adjournment, [320] 441 1666, 1667

Truck, Comm. add. cl. (316) 1235 Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Officers and

Wales — Tithe Agitation Disturbances at Attendants, &c. [320] 180; Amendt. 487 Llangwm, [317] 1370

2 D 2

cont.

310–311-312-313-314-315-316-317–318-319-320--321,
DIMSDALE, Baron R., Herts, Iitchin Distressed Unions (Ireland) [Salary, Ad-
Army (Auxiliary Forces)— Medals for Volun-

vances, &c.]
teer Non-Commissioned Officers, (311] 1267 c. Res. considered in Committee, and agreed to
Education Department - Political Meetings in July 8, (317] 323
Schoolrooms, [313] 1677

Res, reported July 11, 447
Jubilee Year of Iler Majesty's Reign, Celebra-

Res. read 2°; Moved, " That this House
tion of Metropolitan Police Courts, (316)

doth agree with the Committee in the said

Resolution ;
258

after short debate, Moved,

“ That the Debate be now adjourned” (Mr.
Police Constables' Pensions, 2R. [319] 649

Maurice Healy); after further short debate,
Question put, and agreed to; Debate ad.

journed
Diplomatic and Consular Officers Replies

Debate resumed July 12, 583 ; after short
of Chambers of Commerce

debate, Res, agreed to
Question, Mr. Bloward Vincent ; Answer, The

Under Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs (Sir James Fergusson) Aug 11, [319] Distress for Rent Amendment Bill
46

(Mr. Broadhurst, Mr. Burt, Mr. Arthur

Williams)
Diplomatic ServicesSir Henry Drum- c. Ordered ; read 10 * Feb 2 [Bill 154]

2R. (Dropped]
mond Wolff-Salary
Questions, Dr. Cameron ; Answers, The Under

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Sir District Lunatic Asylums (Ireland)
James Fergusson) Aug 4, [318] 1169

Officers' Superannuation Bill

(Mr. Johnston, Mr. Chance)
Distressed Unions (Ireland) Bill

c. Ordered; read 1°* Aug 13 [Bill 375]
Questions, Mr. Dillon : Answers, The Chief

Bill withdrawn * Aug 23
316) Secretary for Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour)
July 1, 1500 ; Questions, Mr. Dillon, Dr.

Disturnpiked Roads
Tanner, Mr. Arthur O'Connor; Answers,

Annual Receipts and Contributions, Questions,
The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Mr. A. J.

Mr. Webster, Mr. Cox; Answers, The First
Balfour, The First Lord of the Trensury

Commissioner of Works (Mr. Plunket)
(Mr. W. H. Smith) July 4, 1009 ; Question,
Mr. Dillon ; Answer, The Chief Secretary

May 19, (315] 507
for Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour) July 5, 1792 ;
Notice, Mr. Dillon ; Observations, Mr.

Divorce Bills
317] Speaker July 11,358 ; Question, Mr, Maurice Select Committee nominated Mar 24, as fol-

Ilealy; Answer, The Chief Secretary for lows :-Mr. Attorney General, The Lord
Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour) July 18, 1167 ;

Advocate, Mr. J. B. Balfour, Mr. Gibson,
Questions, Mr. Dillon ; Answers, The Chief Mr. Marum, Sir John Mowbray, Sir Charles

Secretary for Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour) Russell, Mr. Shaw Leferre, and Mr. Wode.
318) July 28, 338; July 29, 552 ; Questions,

house
Mr. Sexton, Mr. Dillon; Answers, The
Parliamentary Under Secretary for Ireland Dixon, Mr. G., Birmingham, Edgbaston
(Colonel King-llarman), The Chief Secre.

Parliament- Business of the House (Rules of
tary for Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour) Aug 18,
319] 956

Procedure)-Rule 1 (Closure of Debate),
Res. (312) 402

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Distressed Unions (Ireland) Bill
(Mr. Arthur Balfour, Mr. Solicitor General

for Ireland, Colonel King-Harman)
c. Ordered ; read 1° June 30, [316] 1428

[Bill 307]
Read 2o, after debate July 7,[317] 152
Order for Committee read; Moved, “ That Mr.

Speaker do now leave the Chair" July 11,
451 ; Moved, “ That the Debate be now ad-
journed” (Mr. T. M. Healy); after short
debate, Question put, and agreed to ; Debate

adjourned
Debate resumed July 21, 1738 ; aster short

debate, Debate further adjourned
Adjourned Debate further adjourned July 28,

[318] 435
Adjourned Debate further adjourned Aug 4,

1312
Bill withdrawn * Sept 8

Dixon-HARTLAND, Mr. F. D., Middleser,

U.xbridge
Bankruptcy Act, 1883–Fourth Report of the

Inspector General, [319] 1820
Bankruptcy Law - Official Receiver in Bank-

ruptcy, [318] 305 ;—“Small Bankruptcies"

[318] 1157
Brussels Cemeteries-Graves of Officers who

fell at Waterloo, (316) 273
Coal and Wine Duties (Metropolis), (312) 1115
Currency-Half-Sovereigns, (311) 1531
Customs and Inland Revenue, Comm, add. cl.

(316] 517, 518
llampton Court Palace-Safety of the Art

Treasures, &c. (310) 261, 262
Inland Revenue - Income Tax on American

Flour Mills Companies, (312) 353
Jubilee Year of ller Majesty's Reign, Celebra-

tion of— Metropolitan Police Courts, (316)
259

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