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ASQUITH, Mr. H. H., Fife, E.
Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Comm.
cl. 1,[314] 447

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Parliament Business of the House Cri-
minal Law Amendment (Ireland), Motion
for Urgency, Res. [312] 1393

Assistant County Surveyors (Ireland)
Bill (Mr. Macartney, Colonel King-
Barman, Colonel Waring)
c. Ordered; read 10 Jan 28
2R. [Dropped]

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ATHERLEY-JONES, Mr. L., Durham, N.W.
Africa (West)-Cape Coast Castle-Mr. W. B.
Griffiths, District Commissioner, [316] 1478
Army and Navy Estimates-Speech of Lord
Randolph Churchill at the Metropolitan
Music Hall, Paddington, [313] 494, 495
316] Coal Mines, &c. Regulation, Comm. 631; cl. 8,
788; cl. 14, 957; Amendt. 964; cl. 21, 999
319] 510; cl. 22, Amendt. 525, 526; cl. 28,
Amendt. 530, 531, 532; cl. 30, Amendt.
535; cl. 35, Amendt. 541; cl. 41, 590, 591;


cl. 44, 602; cl. 46, 621; cl. 48, 629;

Amendt. 630, 631, 632, 633; cl. 49, 636;
Amendt. 638, 639; cl. 50, 697; Rule 2,
Amendt. 709, 713; Rule 12, 754; Rule 29,
Amendt. 806; Rule 32, 811; cl. 63, 866;
cl. 75, Amendt. 884, S85, 886, 888, 889, 891,
892, 894; cl. 80, 899

Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Motion
for Leave, [313] 285; Comm. cl. 1, [314]
1364, 1387, 1636; cl. 2, [315] 482
Law and Police (Metropolis)-Arrest of Miss
Cass, [316] 1491, 1492, 1493, 1610, 1782,
1784; Motion for Adjournment, 1796,
1805, 1823; [318] 551, 1153, 1154;—
Mr. Newton, Magistrate at Marlborough
Street Police Court, [318] 1715
Merchant Shipping-Loss of the " Kapunda,"
[310] 1544; [313] 498

Poor Law (England and Wales)-Stratford-
on-Avon Board of Guardians-Inspection of
Workhouses, [313] 63

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ATKINSON, Mr. H. J., Boston

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Army (Auxiliary Forces)-Volunteer Corps-
Audit of Accounts, [313] 476
Bahamas-Mr. L. D. Powles, a Magistrate,
[317] 1155
Burmah-Licensing and Regulation of Immo.
rality, [315] 726, 881, 1028
Copper Currency - French Bronzo Coins,
[312] 170
Customs Department Loading and Dis-
charging Cargoes-Attendance of Officers
at Overtime" Hours, [321] 560
Ireland-High Court of Justice-Court of
Appeal The Lord Chancellor of Ireland,
[315] 1058

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Islands of the Southern Pacific-Recent Dis-
turbances in Tonga, [313] 1104;—Mr. B.
Leefe, the British Consul, [314] 055
Law and Police-Open-Air Services at Grant-
ham-Arrests, [317] 943
Madagascar - Capture of Natives by the
French, and Transport to Réunion, [315]
877

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AUSTRALIA

(Questions)

Application for Government Loans-Greenwich
Hospital Funds, Question, Sir Samuel Wil-
son; Answer, Mr. Ashmead - Bartlett (A
Lord of the Admiralty) Mar 17, [312] 506
French Occupation of the New Hebrides,
Questions, Mr. Bryce; Answers, The Under
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Sir
James Fergusson) June 30, [316] 1309
New Guinea, Question, Sir George Campbell ;
Answer, The Secretary of State for the
Colonies (Sir Henry Holland) May 13,
[314] 1803

The Colony of Queensland, Question, Mr. W.
H. James; Answer, The Secretary of State
for the Colonies (Sir Henry Holland) May 10,
[314] 1463

New South Wales-Grants of Land to Mis-
sionaries, Question, Sir Robert Fowler ;
Answer, The Secretary of State for the
Colonies (Sir Henry Holland) Sept 1, [320]
733

North Queensland, Questions, Mr. Macdonald
Cameron; Answers, The Secretary of State
for the Colonies (Sir Henry Holland) May 12,
[314] 1663

North West Coast-Disaster at Sea-The
Pearl Fishing Fleet, Question, Mr. Joicey:
Answer, The Secretary of State for the
Colonies (Sir Henry Holland) May 10, [314]
1403
Victoria-Sale of Effects of a Deceased Pas-
senger, Question, Mr. H. Gardner; Answer,
The Secretary of State for the Colonies (Sir
Henry Holiand) April 18, [313] 1116
Western Australia Resignation of Mr.
Hensman, Attorney General, Question, Mr.
Henniker-Heaton; Answer, The Secretary
of State for the Colonies (Sir Henry Holland)
July 21, [317] 1605

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Austro-Hungarian Emigrants to Eng-| BAILEY, Sir J. R.. Hereford

land

Question, Mr. Pickersgill; Answer, The Under
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Sir
James Fergusson) June 28, [316] 1164

AVELAND, Lord

Palace of Westminster-Central Hall-Statue
of the late Earl of Iddesleigh, [317] 492

BADEN-POWELL, Mr. G., Liverpool, Kirk-

dale

Admiralty- Royal Naval Reserved Cruisers,
[319] 953

Canadian Customs

Dominion of Canada
Tariff, [317] 210
Egypt (Finance, &c.)-" An Unacknowledged
Floating Debt," [315] 251

Mixed Tribunals at Alexandria-Removal
of a Member, [314] 241
Imperial Defences-King George's Sound-
The Colonial Conference, [315] 1435
India-Export Duties on Rice, &c. [313] 1400
Jubilee Year of Her Majesty's Reign, Celebra-
tion of Review at Aldershot, [316] 114;
-Royal Titles, [315] 521

Post Office Rates of Postage with the Austra
lian Colonies, [313] 357

Telegrams from Liverpool to Bremen and
Havre via New York, [314] 1274, 1687

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Postal Arrangements in the Northern Pacific
-Alternative Mail Service via Vancouver,
[316] 1317

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Army-Billet Money, [310] 1101
Jubilee Year of Her Majesty's Reign, Celebra-
tion of Naval Review off Spithead-Allot-
ment of Tickets, [317] 1622
Supply-House of Lords Offices, [317] 690

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BALFOUR, Right Hon. A. J. (Secretary
for Scotland), Manchester, E.
Gold and Silver Currency (Royal Commission)
-The First Report, [311] 460

Parliament Business of the House (Rules of
Procedure)-Rule I (Closure of Debate),
R. s. [311] 939
Parlament-Queen's Speech, Address in An-
swer to, [310] 1423, 1426, 1427, 1429, 1438,
1485, 1487, 1580, 1583, 1584, 1600, 1602,
1629, 1635, 1684, 1690, 1692, 1694, 1710
Postffice-Mail Service to the Island of
Harris, [311] 704
Scotland-Questions

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Scotland-Education-Questions

Elementary Schools and University Teach-
ing, [310] 755

Lenzie Public School, [310] 640, 1100,
1405

(Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant
of Ireland)

Army - Royal Irish Rifles Removal from
Newtownards to Donaghadee, [313] 676
Bankruptcy Courts (Ireland), Comm. [318]
1036

Belfast Main Drainage, Lords' Amendts.
Consid. [314] 204; [315] 673
Bi-metallism, Royal Commission on, [312] 356
312] Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), 857;
Motion for Leave, 1624, 1623, 1629, 1632,
1633, 1634, 1635, 1638, 1639, 1641, 1644,
1645, 1647, 1648, 1653, 1654, 1655, 1657,
1659, 1797, 1798, 1806, 1904

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Scotland-Educational Endowments Act, 1882
-Dollar Institution, Motion for an Ad-
dress, [311] 274
Scotland-Educational Endowments Commis-
sion, Motion for an Address, [311] 852
Supply (Supplementary Estimates, 1886-7)-
Local Government Board, &c. [311] 815,
819

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BALFOUR, Right Hon. A. J.-cont.

Criminal Lunatic Asylums (England and Ire-
land) Comparative Pay, [317] 778
Crofters' Commission, [313] 239, 241, 245
Distressed Unions (Ireland), 2R. [317] 161,
162, 163, 164; Comm. 453, 454; Motion
for Adjournment, ib
Distressed Unions (Ireland) [Salaries, Ad-
vances, &c.], Report of Res. [317] 447, 450,

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Salmon Fishing-Tweed Fisheries Acts,
[310] 1770

313]95, 137, 249, 261, 270, 272, 276, 277, 278,

279, 335; 2R. 538, 544, 545, 637, 1207,

1208, 1209, 1210, 1214, 1216, 1217, 1218,
1219, 1226

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Sea Fishings Act-Defective Operations,
[310] 1080


314] Comm. 37, 38, 39, 40, 42, 45, 46, 47, 88,

288, 294; cl. 1, 359, 363, 369, 371, 381,
382, 452, 470, 471, 480, 481, 489, 560, 561,
596, 630, 674, 806, 808, 815, 817, 1282,
1283, 1286, 1287, 1288, 1289, 1290, 1296,
1297, 1361, 1379, 1410, 1420, 1486, 1496,
1497, 1504, 1516, 1517, 1573, 1577, 1588;
Amendt. 1610, 1611, 1617, 1629, 1634,
1647, 1828, 1859, 1860, 1861, 1864, 1894,
1898, 1900, 1609, 1916, 1919, 1920, 1922,
1934, 1935; Motion for reporting Progress,
1939

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Poor and School Rates in Skye, [310] 877,
State-aided and Non-State-aided Schools,
[310] 1083

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315] 274, 281, 284, 291, 292, 295, 313, 317,
355, 388; cl. 2, 419, 420, 421, 423, 444,
445, 460, 464, 465, 489, 541, 542, 580, 583,
591, 770, 909, 924, 954, 965, 966, 968;
Amendt. 1010, 1014, 1015, 1017, 1023; cl. 3,
1233, 1234, 1235, 1237, 1244, 1254, 1265,
1266, 1269, 1272, 1310; Motion for report-
ing Progress, 1334, 1355, 1356, 1364; cl. 4,
1458, 1459, 1460, 1464, 1522; Amendt.
1534, 1538, 1553, 1554; cl. 5, 1740, 1747,
1764, 1768, 1775

316]el. 6, 115, 117, 118, 124, 131, 142, 143;
Motion for reporting Progress, 151, 174,
175, 423, 426, 430, 431, 432, 449, 450, 457,
478; Consid. add. cl. 1042, 1063, 1064,
1066, 1068, 1099, 1174, 1262; cl. i,
Amendt. 1353
317]3R. 90, 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 109,
110

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451

Expiring Laws Continuance, Comm. [321]
174, 175, 177, 178

Ireland-Questions

Agrarian Crime, [315] 898;-Statistics,
1886, [317] 776
Arms Act, 1881

Ambrose M'Swiney,
Falcaragh, Co. Donegal, [319] 55;—
Gun Licences-Ballymacarbery Petty
Sessions, [313] 350

Belfast Government, [318] 723, 939 ; [319]
957

"Boycotting"-The Rev. H. Dolamore,
[321] 483

Contagious Diseases (Animals) Acts-
Importation of Cattle from Ireland into
Scotland, [312] 532;-Pleuro-Pneumonia
in Dublin, [319] 57

Court of Bankruptcy-Report of the Com-
mittee, [312] 173
Customs-Free Goods to Irish Workhouses,
[313] 882

Destruction of Turf by Fire at Trillick,
Co. Longford, [319] 480
Development of the Resources of Ireland-
The Royal Commission, [312] 836
Dispensaries-Dispensary District of Kil-

shannig, [316] 1590

Distressed Unions, [316] 1500, 1608, 1609,
1793; [317] 1167; [318] 388, 552
Drilling in Orange Lodges, [317] 763
Dublin Hospitals-The Commission
Grants, [312] 1613;-Report and Evi-
dence, [313] 361

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BALFOUR, Right Hon. A. J.-cont.
Assaults at Westport, [319] 482
Attack on the Police at Ballyporeen, [321]

491

Curtin Family, [319] 69

Fatal Conflict with "Moonlighters'
Ennis, [321] 287

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BALFOUR, Right Hon. A. J.-cont.

Rates-Ante-dating, [313] 1001, 1002;
-Sitting at Clonmel, [315] 714;-Sub-
Commissioners at Wicklow, [319] 57
Irish Land Court-Fair Rents-Claims
Dismissed, [313] 676

Irish Land Law and Criminal Law Amend-
ment, [316] 1499

Irish

Parliamentary

Representatives
Police Surveillance, [313] 497
Jubilee Year of Her Majesty's Reign-
Royal Irish Constabulary, [315] 1217
Jurors-Return, [312] 709
Land Act, 1870-Tenant Purchasers, [312]

845

Land Purchase Act-Applications for Ad-
vances, [312] 173

Landed Proprietors, 1886-Return, [312]

1608

Lunatic Asylums-Maryborough District
Lunatic Asylum, [313] 350
Municipal Regulation (Constabulary, &c.)
(Belfast), [319] 956

Orange Organization-Union Officials, [312]
354

Parliamentary Elections-North Antrim
Election-Malicious Injury to Property,
[312] 181, 182

Parliamentary

Registration Assistant
Revising Barristers, [320] 741
Poor Relief Inquiry Commission-Report,
[315] 1219

Post Office-Orange Political Meetings,
[317] 788

Prisons-Convict Prison at Galway, [312]

824-Escape of Prisoners from Mary-
borough Gaol, [321] 474-Hours of
Officials, [312] 192;-Richmond Prison,
Dublin-Closing, [313] 355
Public Works-Report of the Royal Com-
mission, [312] 1604

Queen's College, Galway, [312] 1330
Railways-Distressed Population in the
Vest of Ireland Proposed Railway
from Galway to Clifden, [316] 1605
Royal Commission on Land Law Act, 1881,
and the Purchase of Land Act, 1885,
[312] 1616;-Shorthand Writers' Notes,
[312] 176, 521

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday,
[321] 39

Seed Supply Act-Issue of Seed, [312]
1770; Repayment of Loans, [312] 172,
1336, 1337

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Fatal Riot at Mitchelstown, [321] 229,
230, 232, 239, 248, 308, 310, 311, 312,
313, 314, 318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 324,
325, 326, 345, 347, 356, 479

Irish National Foresters at Portrush-
Firing from a Train, [319] 62, 63, 477,
478; [321] 510, 517, 518, 521, 522, 531
Mr. James Simms, Drumlane, Co. Derry,
[312] 350

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Mrs. Lucas, Convicted of Arson, [312] 1466
Outrages in Clare Co. [321] 475
Return for April and May, [315] 1439
Riotous Meetings-Orange Meetings at

Lurgan and Silverwood, [319] 484, 485
Riots and Disturbances-Celebration of the
1st of July (Belfast), [316] 1500
Riots at Lurgan, [313] 61, 62
Riots at Kenmare, [319] 1114

Sacrilegious Injury to Athea Church, Co.
Limerick, [312] 182

Ireland-Crime and Outrage-Riots at Belfast
-Questions

Assault on John Johnstone, [313] 688

Charges of Judge O'Brien to the Grand
Juries, [312] 710

Colonel Forbes, R. M. and Mr. M'Carthy,
R.M. [313] 489

Commission, The, [313] 699
Cumulative Sentences for Assaults, [313]
224;-Case of Robert Comerford, of Bel-
fast, [313] 707

Repression of Disturbance, [312] 1467
Ireland Crime and

Outrage-

Riots at
Youghal-Questions
[312] 362, 524, 529, 530, 537, 538, 728;
[318] 711, 712

Coroner's Warrant, [312] 1337, 1338, 1470
District Inspector Somerville and Constable
Ward, [312] 1339, 1340, 1776
Injuries to the Police, [313] 226, 366
Letter of Dr. C. Ronayne, J.P. [312] 729
Statistics, [318] 388

Telegram from Captain Plunkett, Divisional
Magistrate, [312] 363, 364, 365, 836
Ireland-Criminal Law Amendment-Ques-

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BALFOUR, Right Hon. A. J.-cont.

Ballycoree, Ennis, Co. Claro-Proclaimed
Meeting, Motion for Adjournment, [320]
749, 750, 751, 756, 758, 760, 761, 702,
766, 771, 1365

Imprisonment of Mr. W. O'Brien, M.P.
[321] 489, 490

Prisoners, Treatment of, &c. [321] 490
Proclaimed Cities and Towns, [318] 35, 33,
197, 198

Proclamation of "Dangerous Associa-
tions," [318] 1362;-National League,
[318] 722; [319] 1111, 1112, 1113,
1815, 1816;-Irish Privy Council, [319]
1826

Proclamations, [317] 1897, 1898, 1899,
1900, 1901, 1902; [318] 1368
Prosecution of Mr. John Hayden, [320]
919

Supply of Copies, [318] 50

Ireland-Criminal Law and Procedure Act,
1887-Proclaimed Counties-Questions
[318] 931, 932

Co. Donegal, [318] 39

Co. Kilkenny, [318] 39, 387

Cos. Louth, Meath, Wicklow, and Dublin,
[318] 38

Co. Monaghan, [318] 40
Co. Wicklow, [318] 721
Proclamation of 18 Counties, [318] 1359,
1360, 1361

Queen's Co. [318] 36, 37
Ireland-Evictions-Questions

Bodyke, Co. Clare-Alleged Misconduct of
the Constabulary, [315] 1439; [316] 54,
55, 288, 290, 291, 293, 294, 323, 324,
338, 339, 354 ;-Inquiry as to the, [316]
1499; Expense, [319] 53
Brooke Estate, Coolgreany, Co. Wexford,
[317] 522, 797

Co. Mayo, [315] 1228, 1229
Enniscorthy-Employment of the Con-

stabulary, [312] 190, 191

Estate of Mr. S. E. Shirley, Co. Monaghan,
[312] 844, 845

Glenbeigh Evictions, [313] 53
Herbertstown, Co. Limerick, [320] 471,

1145

Lifford Assizes-Trial of IIannah O'Donnell,
[312] 1327, 1609

Lord Cork's Estate in Ventry-Obstruc-
tion of Police, [313] 223

Lord Granard's Estate, Co. Longford-
Notice to the Board of Guardians, [314]
699, 700

Marquess of Downshire's Estates, Co.
Down, [312] 1471

Marquess of Lansdowne's Estate, Queen's
Co. [312] 1600

Quarterly Return, [313] 998
Relations of Landlords and Tenants-
Alleged Circular to the Police, [312]

825

Ireland-Irish Land Law-Questions

[313] 370; [317] 1631; [318] 722
Clause 4, [318] 1363

Duke of Abercorn, [318] 1382
Glebe Purchasers, [317] 356, 799
Land Acts-A Select Committee, [318]
932

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Return, [312] 1322; [317] 756
Shorthand Writers' Expenses, [319] 241
Tarbert Division, [321] 468, 469
Working of the Acts, [312] 1774
Ireland Land Act-Questions

A Commission Court, Co. Wexford, [312]
1605

Mr. Wrench, a Land Commissioner, [312]

1599

Wicklow Tenants, [312] 177
Ireland-Law and Justice-Questions
Affray at Mitchelstown, [313] 678
Appointment of Judges-Supreme Court of
Judicature, [319] 1801

Arrest of Mr. W. O'Brien, M.P. [321] 470
"Boycotting" at Newport, Co. Mayo, [319]

48

Conviction by Juries-A Return, [313] 66
Criminal Cases at the Summer Assizes,
[319] 1820

"Egan v. Dwyer "-Assault, [313] 479
Father Keller, Youghal, [312] 186;-Im-
prisonment of, [315] 904
Grand Juries, Co. Down, [312] 1601
Maamtrasna Trials-Pat Joyce, [312] 712
713

Macroom Quarter Sessions, [313] 684
685

Mr. E. Ryan, Committed for Contempt,
[312] 179

Mr. William Tyrrell, of Ballinderry, Co.
Kildare, [317] 1150

Offenders against the Fishery Laws-Clon-
mel Petty Sessions, [319] 60

Petty Sessions-Ballaghaderrin, Co. Mayo
-Charge of Assault, [319] 56;-Kilrush
Petty Sessions-Summonses-Constable
Holmes, [313] 706; · Dismissal of a
Summons, [313] 688
Summer Assizes-Charges of the Judges,
[317] 84


Ireland-Law and Police-Questions

Affray at Drumsna, Co. Leitrim, [312]

193

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