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FERGUSSON, Right Hon. Sir J.--cont.

FERGUSSON, Right Hon. Sir J.-cont.
Parliament Business of the IIouse-Order of Commercial Treaty with France, [314] 237
Supply, (311] 1361, 1362

English Labour Market, [316] 1036
Apa I Order-Case of Miss Cass-The Members Sugar Bounties—International Conference,
for Lancashire, [317] 226

(311] 1589 ; [316] 1593; [318] 927,
Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in An-

1531; [320] 13 ; [321] 480 ;- Appoint-
gwer to, [310] 663, 664, 665, 675; Report, mont of a Delegate, [321] 481
(31) 63, 66, 68

Trade and Manufasture-French Prohibition
Peru-Peruvian Bondholders, [320] 742, 743 of English Leather, [311] 1393, 1396
Russia-Questions

Treaties with Foreign Powers--National Treat-
Alleged Attempt on the Life of the Czar, ment Clauses, (316) 1494
(312) 196 ; [313] 334

Treaty of Berlin-Article LXII.-Armenia-
Arrest of Mr, Dillon, a British Subject, Abduction of a Christian Girl, (319) 66 ;-
at Odessa, [317] 792

Article LXI., [321] 477
Black Sea Coasting Trade-Case of Turkey in Asia-Outrage on an English Lady
.

Tweedy, an English Subject, [318] 31 at Aleppo, [319] 1822
Imprisonment of Mr. J. W. Robinson, a United States-Questions

British Subject, (312) 506 ; [313] 1628; Emigrants to Tennessee, (315) 503
(314) 952

Emigration of IlighlandCrofters, (315)
South America-Questions

1434
Brazil-Exactions from a British Firm,

Homestead and Exemption Laws,(310) 543
[319] 1349

Infraction of the Alaskan Fishery Laws,
British Guiana and Venezuela-Boundary [321] 15, 278
Question, (311] 1403, 1721 ; [313] 491 :

International Industrial Property Conven-
(316] 404; [317] 1887 ; [319] 933, bei

tion, [313] 1414
1810

Law of Extradition, [310) 1408
Chili - Imprisonment of a British Sailor Liquor Traffic, [314] 239

named Carrol at Panta Arenas, (311) Pauper Emigrants from Ireland, [320] 916,
Carton's 472

917
Great Britain and Venezuela-Cessation of Seizure of British Fishing Vessels in

Diplomatic Relations, (311) 724 ;-Pro. Behring's Straits, [320] 1135
tection of British Subjects, (311] 1084 ;

Seizure of the i llenrietta" and
"Josephine"-Claims of British Sub.

FEVERSHAM, Earl of
1,'' jects, [310] 1768; (316) 1019; [319]

Allotments and Cottage Gardens Compensa-
1809; [320] 1662

tion, 2R. (318] 290
South-Eastern Europe - Austria and Russia,

Army-Insanitary Condition of Knightsbridge
[310] 271

and Dublin Barracks, (311] 561
Spain - Questions

Glebe Lands, Comm. cl. 11, [311] 1713 ; Rc-
A " Floating Exhibition" of Spanish Pro-

port, cl. 3, Amendt. (312) 498
ducts, (320) 15

Jubilee Year of Her Majesty's Reign, Celebra-
Alleged Murder of a British Merchant

tion of Naval Review off Spithead, [317]
Seaman by a Spanish Sentry in the

1594
Port of Bilbao, [317] 1631 ; [318] 48,

Labourers' Allotments, Comm. (320) 1632
370 ; [320] 21

Land Transfer, Comm. dl. 39, [376] 1011;
Detention of the Stoamer “ Carn Brea,"

Report, cl. 39, Amendt. [317] 16, 21
[317] 346
Supplý—Civil Services and Revenue Dupart- FIELD, Admiral E., Sussex, Eastbourne

ments, [317] 961, 962, 966, 972
Consular Establishments Abroad, &c. [319]

Army and Navy Estimates, Nomination of

Select Committee, [315] 1209, 1310, 1211
1661, 1663, 1664
Embassies and Missions Abroad, [319]

Army Estimates-Retired Pay, &c. [318] 1212

Board of Trade (Marine Dopartment) — Wreck
1260, 1261, 1263, 1275, 1281, 1304,

of the “ Tally Ho,”-Rocket Station at
1315, 1321, 1322, 1323, 1324, 1327, 1328,

Eastbourne, [310] 1551
1329, 1331, 1334, 1335, 1311, 1622, 1623,
1631, 1632, 1633, 1031, 1645, 1649, 1653

India-Iron Floating Dock at Bombay, [314]
Secretary of State for Foreign Affaire,

1806
[317] 1374, 1375, 1376, 1379, 1380,

Jubilee Year of Her Majesty's Reign, Celebra-
1381, 1383, 1387, 1339, 1390

tion of-Naval Review off Spithead,
Slave Trade Services, [319] 1664, 1666

[317] 342, 1159
Supply (Supplementary Estimates, 1836-7) –

Accident on Board the Gunbo.at “ Kile,"
Diplomatic and Consular Buildings, &c.

[318] 370, 371
[311] 762

Navy-Questions
Embassies and Missions Abroad, (311) Admiralty Expenditure -Cost of Construc.

1459, 1461, 1465, 1482, 1484, 1487, 1489, tion, (312] 046, 694
1496, 1498

Dock Accommodation at Bombay for Her
Foreiga Ofice, [311] 768

Majesty's Navy, (312) 502
Trade and Commerce-Questions

Navy Estimates Committee on - The
British Trade with Spain and the Spanish

Order of Reference, [313] 510
Colonies, (317) 67 ; Treaty of Com. Stranding of the Gunboat “Firm "-Sir
with Spain An Arbitration

William Thompson's Deep Sea Sound-
Clause, [320] 448

ing Machine, (311) 676
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310-311-312-313-314-315-316-317–318—319–320-321.
Field, Admiral E:-cont.

Finlay, Mr. R. B.-cont.
Torpedo Boats- A “Committee of De- Licensed Premises (Earlier Closing) (Scotland),
signs,” (310] 1095

Comm. cl. 4,[317] 1480
Navy Estimates - Dockyards and Naval Loss of Lifo at Sea-Select Committee, [314]

Yards at Home and Abroad, [317] 1283, 1662
1284, 1286

Lunacy Districts (Scotland), Comm. cl. 4, [319]
Victuals and Clothing for Seamen and 1734
Marines, (312) 939, 955

Orkney Roads, 2R. [310] 1206
Parliament- Business of the Ilouse-Votes Parliament- Business of the House-- Criminal
and Proceedings, 1311] 46

Law Amendment (Ireland), Motion for
Spain-- Alleged Shooting of a British Merchant Urgency, Res. (312] 1212

Seaman by a Spanish Sentry in the Port of ScotlandPost Office-Acceleration of Mails

Bilbao, [317] 1631 ; [318] 369 ; [320] 21 North of Perih, (312) 318
Supply (Suppiementary Estimates, 1886-7) – Scotland-Educational Endowments Commis-
Constabulary Force in Ireland, (311) 1152 sion, Motion for an Address, [311] 852

Scotland - Education Endowments Commis-
FIFE, Earl of

sion (Inverness Scheme), Motion for an
Afghanistan Reported Disturbances, [314]

Address, (313) 1940
930

Secretary for Scotland Act (1885) Amendment,

2R. [318] 1936; Comm. cl. 2, [319] 1750 ;
Fiji— Public Flogging of a Wesleyan

Consid, add. cl. [320] 161
Methodist
Question, Sir Robert Fowler ; Answer, The FINUCANE, Mr. J., Limerick, E.

Secretary of State for the Colonies (Sir Ireland - Questions
Henry Holland) May 17, (315] 246

Irish Land Court- Fair Rents-Claims

Dismissed, (313] 676
Finance, &c.

Law and Justice --Mr. E. Ryan, Committed
Reduction of the National Debt, 1886-7, Ques-

for Contempt, (312) 179
tion, Sir William Ilarcourt; Answer, The

Law and Police- Alleged " Police Outrage
Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen)

at Hospital, Co. Limerick,” [310] 1759
May 17, (315] 248 ; Question, Mr. Mason ;

Magistracy~ Petty Sessions at lIospital,
Answer, Tho Chancellor of the Exchequer

Co. Limerick, [301] 1221
(Mr. Goschen), 253

Post Office-Carriage of Mails to Kilmal.

lock, (315] 889

Prison Regulations- The Rev. Matthew
FINCH, Mr. G. H., Rutland

Ryan, (314) 650
Boston Election Petition- Mr. Fycell Rowley, Ireland-- Evictions-Questions
[314] 957, 1814

Conduct of the Constabulary, Co. Limerick,

[310] 1387
FINCH-Hatton, Hon. M. E. G., Lincoln- Evictions at Bodyke, Co. Clare-Conduct of
shire, Spalding

the Constabulary, [316] 267
Law and Justico (Ireland)—The Arrost of

Limerick - Mr. O'Connor, [320] 24
Father Keller, Motion for Adjournment,

Mr. Edmond Davoren, Kilmallock, (311)
(312] 753

1719, 1720
Legacy and Succession Duties · Copies of

Mrs. Moloney, Herbertstown, [320] 1145
Residuary Accounts, (312] 530

Powers of Sheriff, (315] 520
Metropolitan Open Spaces Act (1881) Exten-

Ireland - Royal Irish Constabulary-Ques-
sion, Comm. add. cl. (312] 1740

tions
Municipal Corporations Acts (Ireland) Amend-

Convictions for Assault, (315] 875
ment (No. 2), Comm. cl. 1, (315) 631

Refusal to Arrest a Roman Catholic Priest,
Parish Allotments Committces, 2 R. (315] 229

(313) 225, 680
Supply-Civil Services and Revenue Depart-

Removal of a Banner, Cappamore, Cn.
ments, (315) 158

Limerick, (320) 1651
Truck, Consid. add. cl. [314] 837, 1096

Irish Land Law, Comm. cl. 2, Amendt. (318)
Ways and Means- Financial Statement, Comm.

113; Consid, add. cl. 1430 ; cl. 26, Amendt.

1491
[313] 1538

Merchant Shipping-Limerick Floating Dock,
FINLAY, Mr. R. B., Inverness, fc.

(320) 906

War Office-Prince of Wales's Regiment-
Army-Cameron Ilighlanders, (314) 217

Promotion of Sergeant Major Preston, [313]
Army Estimates · Provisions, Forage, &c. 485

(315) 82
Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Comm.

cl. 1, [314] 1323, 1494 ; cl. 6, Amendt. (316) | First Offenders
139, 142, 174, 179, 422, 450, 474

Address for “ Return of the number of persons
Crosters' Holdings (Scotland), Lords' Reasons convicted, either upon indictment or sum-
Consid. [318] 173

marily, against whom no previous conviction
High Court of Justice- Publication of Details was proved at their trial, who wero, upon the

in Divorce and Indecent Cases, (313] 1666 18th day of February 1887, undergoing sen-
Irish Land Law, Comm. cl. 4, (318) 472 ; tence of imprisonment, whether imposed ab-

c. 22, Amondt. 730, 732, 744,786, 793, 831 ; solutely or in default of payment of a fine, or
Consid. cl. 26, 1488

penal servitude for offences other than arson,

310-30–312-313-314-315-316-317–318-319-320-321.
First Offenders-cont.

First Offenders Bill –cont.
barglary, coining, uttering counterfeit coin, Moved, “ That the House do now resolve itself
throwing corrosive fluid, oxtortion, forgery, into Committee upon the said Bill" July 21,
larceny from the person with violence, [317] 1573
murder, or attempted murder, placing ex- Amendt. to leave out all after (" That,"') insert
plosives so as to endanger life or proporty, ("' the Bill be referred to a Select Commit-
or receiving stolen goods ; stating the num- tee") ( The Earl of Milltown); after short
ber of those convicted under the age of debate, Amendt, withdrawn
twenty, and of those who received sentences Committee * ; Report July 22 (No. 182)
of less than twelve months' imprisonment Committee (on re-comm.) July 26, [318] 16
(Mr. Hoore) April 5

Report July 28, 291
Order [6th April] read, and discharged ;

Read 31 * July 29

(No. 197)
and, instead thereof, Address for: “ Re-

c. Lords' Amendts. considered Aug 4, 1312
turn of the number of persons convicted,

Moved, “ That this House doth agree with the
either upon indictment or summarily, and

Lords in the said Amendts. ;' Moved,
not known to have been previously convicted,

" That the Debate be now adjourned(Dr.
who shall, on the 31st day of May 1887, be

Tanner) ; Question put, and negatived ;
undergoing sentence of imprisonment (whe-

original Question put, and agreed to ; Lords'
ther imposed absolutely or in default of

Amendts, agreed to
payment of a fine), or shall be undergoing 1. Royal Assent Aug 8 [59 & 51 Vict c. 26]
sentence of penal servitude, such sentences
being in either case for offences other than FISHER, Mr. W. H., Fulham
arson, burglary, coining, uttering counterfeit Charitable Lotteries, [319] 671
coin, throwing corrosive fluid, extortion, Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Motion
forgery, larceny from the person with vio- for Leave, (312) 1846, 1851, 1852
lenco, murder or attempted murder, placing International Law-Destitute Aliens-Immi.
explosives so as to endanger life or property, gration into the United States - Act of Con-
or receiving stolen goods ; stating the num- gress, 1882, [319] 256
ber of those convicted under the age of Ireland, Fatal Riot at Mitchelstown (321)
twenty, and of those who shall have received 313
sentences of less than twelve months' im- Law and Police (Metropolis)— Recont Socialist
prisonment(Mr. Joare) May 10, [314]

Demonstration, (311] 1069
1581; after short debate, Address agreed to Police Courts-Hammersmith Police Dis.

trict, [318] 377

Supply-Science and Art Department, [319]
First Offenders Bill (Mr. Howard Vincent, 1554
'Lord Randolph Spencer Churchill, Sir Henry

War Office-Tower Gardens, [321] 482
Selwin-Ibbetson, Mr. Hoare, Mr. Addison, Fisheries (Ireland) Bill
Mr. Hastings, Mi. Lawson, Mr. Molloy)

(Mr. Harrington, Mr. Sexton, Mr. J. A. Blake,
c. Ordered ; read 10 * Jan 31 [Bill 132]

Colonel Nolan, Mr. IIooper, Mr. O'Hea)
Moved, That the Bill be now read 20"
Feb 18, [311] 11õ; after debate, Amendt. to

c. Ordered ; read 1° * Jan 23 [Bill 54]
leave out “now,

2R. (Dropped]

upon this day six
months" (Mr. Edward Harrington); Ques-
tion, " That now, &c.," put, and negatived Fishery Department (England and Wales)
Main Question put, and agreed to; Bill Beam Trawling, Questions, Mr. Rowntree,
read 20

Mr. Marjoribanks ; Answers, The Secretary
Committee ; Report Har7, 1544 [Bill 189]

to the board of Trade (Baron llenry Do
Committed (on re-comm.)—R.P. April 14, [313]

Worms) Feb 7, [310] 773
988

Collection of Statistics, Question, Mr. Rown.
Committee (on re-comm.) —R.P. May 5, [314]

tree ; Answer, The Secretary to the Board

of Trade (Baron llenry De Worms) Feb 18,
1081
Committee (on re-comm )-R.P. May 10, 1580

(311) 42
Committee (on re-comm.) ; Report May 20,

Fishing Boats Act, 1887– The Herring Fishery,

Question, Mr. d. Sutherland ; Answer, The
(315) 803

Secretary to the Board of Trade (Baron
Moved, " That the Bill, as amended, be now Honry De Worms) Sept 1, [320] 73?

considered June 7, 1334 ; Question put, Home Ofice and Boards of Conservator3--
and agreed to

[Bill 273] Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Acts,
After short debate, Moved, " That the Bill be

Question, Mr. T. E. Ellis ; Answer, The
now read 3° ;” Moved, " That the Debate

Secretary to the Board of Trade (Baron
be now adjourneu” (Mr Radcliffe Cooke); llenry De Worms) July 15, [317] 916
Question put, and ag reed to; Debate ad- Lower Trent District - Eel Nettings, Question,
journed

Colonel Eyre; Answer, The Secretary to
Debate resumed June 27, (316) 1120 ; Moved, the Board of Trade (Baron flenry De Worms)

“ That the Debate be now adjourned April 12, [313] 703

(Mr. Isaacs); Question pat, and negatived Salmon Fishery Act, 1873Board of Conser.
Original Question put, and agreed to ; Bill vators of the Dovey Fishery District, Ques-
read 30

tion, Mr. T. E. Ellis ; Answer, The Secre-
1. Read 1** (E. of Belmore) June 28 (No. 140) tary to the Board of Trade (Baron llenry
Read 2a, after short debate Jul y 5, 1765

De Worms) Sept 1, [320] 744
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310-311-312–313–314-315-4-316-317–318-319-320-321.
Fishery Department (England and Wales) --- cout. FirZGERALD, Mr. R. U. P., Cambridge
Fishing Vessels, Loss of Life from, Question, Dublin, Wicklow, and Wexford Railway (City

Mr. A. Sutherland ; Answer, The Secretary of Dublin Junction Railways), [317] 1852 ;
k to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De Consid. [318] 338
Worms) Feb 28, (31) 701

First Offenders, Report, cl. 6, [318] 292

Great Eastern Railway, Consid. Amendt. [314]
.

206
Fishing in Rivers Bill

Ireland-Land - Incidence of Taxation, (318)
(Mr. Broadhurst, Mr. Arnold Morley, Mr.

1453
Bernard Coleridge)

Law and Justice-Judge Curran, (310)

1106
c. Ordered; read 10 * April 28 [Bill 244] Merchandise Marks Law Consolidation and
2R. (Dropped]

Amendment, Comm. cl. 3, Amendti (316)

1735
Fishings, &c. Valuation (Scotland) Bill

(Mr. Caldwell, Dr. Cameron, Dr. Clark) FrTzWYGRAM, General Sir F. W., Hants,
C. Ordered ; read 10 * Jan 28 (Bill 114]

Fareham
Bill withdrawn * July 25

Army Estimates— Military Education, (320

1761, 1764

Provisions, Forage, &c. [315) 107, 119
FITZGERALD, Lord

Defences of the Empire-Coast Defences of
Appellate Jurisdiction, 2R. [310] 747.; Comm. Great Britain, [312] 278

cl. 2, 1062
Army (Auxiliary Forces) — Helmets for the
Militia Regiments, (312] 1284

FLETCHER, Sir H. T., Sussex, Lewes
Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Comm. Queen's Jubilee Celebration- A Review, (3u]
cl. 2, [317] 927

1735
First Offenders, 2R. (316] 1769

War Office - Brevet Majorities to Captains of
Ireland-Questions

Infantry Regiments, (313] 1114
Crime and Outrage-Fatal Conflict with
Jon, Moonlighters near

Ennis Murder of
Head Constable Whelehan, [321] 540 FLOWER, Mr. C., Bedford, Luton
Irish Land Law, (314) 1243

Distress (Metropolis), [313] 1797 ; --Returns,
Law and Justice-Jury Laws, [31] 141,

(317) 344
1234
Police Acts - Corporation of Limerick-
Extra Police, [310] 1512

FLYNN, Mr. J. O., Cork, N.
State of Ireland-Legislation, (310) 1382

Belfast Main Drainage, Lords' Amondts.
Ireland-Landed Estates Court, Motion for a Consid. (3141205
Paper, [319] 224

Civil Service Copsists The Treasury
313] Irish Land Law, 2R. 1367

Minute, (314) 689
315] Comm. 13; cl. 1, Amendt. 15, 24, 27, 29 ;

Civil Service Writers Service on the
cl. 8, Amendt. 31 ; cl.5, Amendt, 31; cl. 16,

Census of 1881, [314] 1807
44; cl. 20, 49, 244; Amendt. 1679, 1660, Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), 2R. (313)
1682, 1684, 1683, 1687; c. 21,1698; cl. 22, 636, 637 ; Comm. [314] 69; cl. 1, 805, 1326,

1700 ; cl. 27, 1704; cl. 29, Amendt. 1705 1599, 1883; (315] 336 ; cl. 2, 442, 998;
316] Report, 1464 ; cl. 1, 1465; cl. 20, 1475 ; Consid. add. cl. (316) 1083, 1175, 1261

cl. 21, Amendt. 1476 ; 3R. 1563, 1573 ; Dublin, Wicklow, and Wexford Railway (City
Personal Explanation, 1764

of Dublin Jurction Railways), 3R. [318]
319] Commons' Amendts. Consid. cl. 5, Amendt. 898, 899

23; cl. 9, 25; cl. D. 31; cl. E, Amendt. Harbour Loans, Res. [313] 415
35; cl. 24, Amendt. 38

Ireland-Questions
Law and Justice-Equitable Powers of County

Crime and Outrage-Attempted Murder of
Court Judges, (314) 1258

Mr. Jeremiah Hegarty, J.P., [313] 1413;
Legitimacy Declaration Act (1858) Amend-

Police at Kanturk, [319] 1355, 1812,
ment, 2R. [317] 1327

1813
Margarine (Fraudulent Sale), 2 R. (317) 1580 ; Irish Land Commissioners

Sitting at
Comm. [318] 876 ; Report, 1337 ; on Ques.

Clonmel, (315) 714
tion, " That the Bill do pass ?” 1700

Land Law Act, 1881, and Purchase of
Municipal Corporations Acts (Ireland) Amend.

Land Act, 1895— Royal Commission
ment (No. 2), Comm. [316] 1277; cl. 1,
1279 ; Report, (317) 28

Mr. Knipe's Report, (312] 1150

Law and Justice- Petty Sessions at Lis.
Parliament-Privilege-" The Queen v. Lord towel - Appropriation of Fines, [3 30]
Graves,” [310] 254

1130
Railway and Canal Trafic, Comm. c. 3, [312] National Education Science and Art De-
1752

partment — Result Fees, [314] 688;-
Solicitors (Ireland), 2R. [310] 1058, 1059

Teachers Restrictions on Residence,
Supreme Court of Judicature (Ireland), 2R.

(314) 543
(313) 1240; Comm. 1550

Post Office - Telegraph Department-Tele-
Trust Companies, 2R. [318] 6

graph Station, Ardmore, Co. Waterford,
War Office - Cavalry Remounts, [318] 493

(320) 449

Horse-Breeding.

310-3H-312-313-314-315-316-317–318-319-310-331.
FLYNN, Mr. J. C.--cont.

T| Foreign Enlistment Act-Mr. Baird
Railways-Cork and Muskerry Light Rail- Question, Mr. Staveley Hill; Answer, The

way-Ex-Ilead Constable Irvine, (320] Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
1131, 1132

(Sir James Fergusson) July 21, [317] 1614
Royal Irish Constabulary - Constabulary

Committee, 1883, [318] 1147;—Employ-
ment of Police as Bailiffs, [318] 1525,

Foreign Horse. Breeding Depots
1526

Address for, “Copies or extract of irepoits of
Irish Land Law, Conm. cl. 14, [318] 667 ;

Her Majesty's diplomatic agents at Paris,
widl. 22, 801, 855 ; add. cl. 978; Amendt.

Vienna, and Berlin, on the subject of horse-
930 ; Consid. add. cl. 1424, 1449; cl. 9, 1474;

breeding depots, forwarded to the Foreign
?? Lords' Amendts. to Commons Amendts.

Office in the year 1881" (The Earl of Straf-
13 Consid. (319) 999

ford) Mar 11, (312] 1; Address agreed to

P.P. (4993]
Navy Estimates · Victuals and Clothing for

titles Army

[See
Seamen and Marines, (312] 985
Parliament Business of the House (Rules of
Procedure), Res. (310) 1821

Foreign Power:
Parliament—Business of the Ilouse (Rules of

Advice and Remonstrance-Explanation, Ques-
Procedure)-Rule 1 (Closure of Debate), tion, Mr. P. Stanhope ; Answer, The
Motion for Adjournment, (311) 386, 389,

First Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. H.
643, 1610; Res. (312] 59, 400, 401, 459,

Smith) Feb 24, (311) 483
472

Treaties with - National Treatment Clauses,
Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in An- Question, Mr. Bryce ; Answer, The Under
swer to, (310) 587

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Sir
Sheriffs (Consolidation), Comm. [320] 1330

James Fergusson) July 1, (316] 1496
Supply-Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieu-

tenant of Ireland, (320) 510, 680 Forestry
County Court Oficers, &c. Ireland, [320] Ordered, That a Select Committee 'bo" ap-
1146, 1157, 1158, 1159, 1160, 1223

pointed to consider whether by the Establish-
Constabulary Force, Ireland, [320] 321, ment of a Forest School, or otherwise, our
360, 366, 395

woodlands could be rendered moro remu.
Court of Bankruptcy in Ireland, [320] nerative May 16
1018, 1021

And, on May 20, Committee nominated as
Criminal Prosecutions, &c. in Ireland, [320] .: follows :-Mr. C!' A cland,' Mr. Biddulph,
922, 966, 1001, 1002

Mr. Craig Sellar, Mr. Evelyn, Dr. Far-
Local Government Board in Ireland, &o,

quharson, Mr. Farquharson, Mr. Munro
(320) 810, 814

Ferguson, Mr. Fuller Maitland, Mr. Gil-
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Officers and

"hooly, Mr. Egerton Hubbard, Colonel King.
Attendants, &c. (320) 419

Harman, Sir Edmund Lechmero, Sir John
Police Courts, London and Sheerness,

Lubbock, Colonel Nolan, Mr. Rankin, Mr.
[319] 1432

Mark Stewart, and Sir Richard Templo
Public Works Office, Ireland, [320] 859
Reformatory and Industrial Schools, Great
Britain, (319) 1509

FORSTER, Sir C., Walsall
Registrar General's Office Ireland, [320] Clyde Navigation, Consid. (311) 1381
699, 707

Coal Mines, &c. Regulation, Comm. cl. 50,
Science and Art Department, [319] 1550 Rule 10, (319] 744
Supreme Court of Judicature, (319) 1398, Metropolitan Open Spaces Act (1831) Exten.'
1400

sion, Comm. adl, cl. (312] 1736
Supply (Supplementary Estimates, 1886-7) –

Parliament, Public Petitions-Questions,
Post Office, (311] 1536

Petition from Bradford-Anleged Fictitious

Signatures, (315) 723

Petitions on the London Coal and Wine
FOLEY, Mr. P.J., Galway, Connemara

Duties Continuance Bill, [316]505, 591

Public Petitions Committee, [314) 531,
Ireland-Dispensaries-Oughterard Board of
Guardians, (315) 1586

537 ; (316) 36
National Education - Payment of Result

Violation of Rules - Petition from Cardi.
Fees at Roundstone, [313] 695, 1109

ganshire - Irregularity of Signatures,

[314] 1262

Parliament-- Privilege-Publio Petitions Com.
FORBES, Lord

mitteo-A Bogus Petition, Res. [313] 1777,
Cremation, Motion for a Paper, [314] 1447 1778, 1779

Regent's Canal, City, and Dooks Railway,

2R. (312] 1464
FOREIGN AFFAIRS-Secretary of State Walton-on-Thames and Weybridge Gas Bill,
(ses SALISBURY, Marquess of)

2R. (312] 1464

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS—Under Secretary of FORTESQUE, Earl
State (see FERGUSSON, Right Hon.

Allotments and Cottage Gardens Compen 9a -
Sir J.)

tion, 2R. [318] 286
Church Patronage, 2Ř. (311) 10479

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