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Marriage Laws

MARUM, Mr. E. P. M.-cont.
England and Scotland-Attendance of Regis. Post Office - Telegraph Communication
trars, Questions, Mr. Knowles ; Answers,

with Urlingford, Co. Kilkenny, [318]
The Lord Advocate (Mr. J. II. A. Mac-

1364 ; — Telegraph Service — Case of
donald) Jan 28, [310] 161 ; Feb 3, 536 ·

Patrick Ward, [310] 1399
England and Wales - Marriages in Dissenting Trees --Re-afforesting, (310] 1773

Chapels--Re-marriage, Questions, Mr. T. Irish Land Law, Comm. cl. 1. Amendt. (317]
Blake ; Answers, The Secretary of State for 1978, 1981, 1989; cl. 4, Amendt. (318] 239,
the Home Department (Mr. Matthews) 241, 246,563, 561, 582, 583; c. 5, Amendt.
Mar 21, [312] 821

597, 598, 601 ; c. 22, 741 ; Amendt. 749,
Nonconformist Marriages - Leominster, Ques. 750, 781 ; add. cl.964, 966,967, 968, 1034;

tion, Mr. 'T. Blake ; Answer, The Secretary Amendt. 1080, 1102, 1104
of State for the Home Department (Mr.

Matthews) Mar 11, (312] 5
Rector of Much Woolton, Liverpool

, Question, MASKELYNE, Mr. M. H. N. STORY., Wilts,
Mr. E. R. Russell ; Answer, The Under

Cricklade
Secretary of State for tho Home Depart- Supply-Charity Co:nmission for England and
ment (Mr. Stuart-Wortley) May 23, (315) Wales, (317] 1462, 1503
860

Thames Preservation Act, 1885-Rye Laws,
Sebright Marriage - Registrar of Mount Street,

(310) 876
Question, Lord Stanley of Alderley ; An.
swer, Lord Balfour ; Observations, Lord Mason, Mr. S., Lanark, Mid
Bramwell Aug 8, [318] 1517

Admiralty-Supply of Welsh Coal to ler

Majesty's Ships at Queensferry, (315) 725,

726
Marriages (Attendance of Registrars)

Army and Navy Estimates-A Select Com.
Bill
(Mr. Attorney General, My

mittee of Examination, [30] 723 ; (312)
Solicitor General, Mr. Stuart. Ioriley)

1785 ;-Nomination of Select Committee,
c. Ordered ; read 10* Feb 10 [Bill 164] (315) 903; Amendt. 1205
Question, Mr. Picton; Answer, The Attorney Caledonian Railway, Consid. (316] 20
General (Sir Richard Webster) April 5, Coal Mines-Udston Colliery Accident in Lan-
(313] 490

arkshire, (315) 1077, 1436 ; [319] 1109 ;-
Order for 2R. discharged ; Bill withdrawn The Inquiry, [3177 319
July 25, [317] 2006

316] Coal Mines, &c. Regulation, Comm. 637;

cl. 6, Amendt. 724, 733, 740; cl. 13, 864,

873; cl. 14, 945, 146; c. 17, Amendt. 977,
Marriages Confirmation (Antwerp) Bill

981, 989
(Mr. James Stuart, Mr. Sexton, Mr. Picton) 319) cl. 21,514 ; cl. 35, 549; c. 41, Amendt. 592 ;
c Ordered ; read 1° * July 15 [Bill 326] cl. 44, 599, 606 ; cl. 49, 614 ; 01.50, Rule 23,
Moved, “That the Bill be now read 20"

784 ; Amendt. 785 ; Rule 33, Amendt. 834,
July 25, [317] 2011; Moved, “That the

835; add. cl, 911
Debate be now adjourned(Mr. Tomlinson): 320] Consid, add. cl. 1079, 1080, 1085, 1095
after short debate, Question put ; A. 75, N. 75

Egypt-Defences of the Egyptian Frontier-
[Mr. Speaker gave his voice with the Ayes]

Unauthorized Expenditure, (313] 506
(D. L. 321); Debate adjourned

Finance, &c.—The National Debt, (315] 253
Bill withdrawn * Aug 22

Inland Revenue-Income Tax-Foreign Com-

panies Trading in England, (311) 47 ;-

Profits earned by Foreigners, (315) 253
MARRIOTT, Right Hon. W. T. (Judge Italy - Duties on Pig Iron-Continuance of the
Advocate General), Brighton

German and Italian Treaty, [320] 1347
Army Estimates-Military Law, [318] 1283, Labourers' Allotments, [320] 717; Consid.
1287, 1294

add cl. 1290
Belfast Main Drainage, Lords' Amendts.

Licensed Premises (Earlier Closing) (Scotland),
Consid. (313) 39

Lords' Amendts. Consid. [319] 1679
Navy Estimates — Navy Stores, Amendt. (320)

1562, 1564, 1565, 1566, 1568
MARUM, Mr. E. P. M., Kilkenny, N.

Victuals and Clothing for Seamen and
Coal Mincs Regulation Bill - Extension to

Marines, (312] 951
Ireland—The Truck System, [310] 1400 Parliament, Business of the House-Ques-
Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), Comm.

tions
cl. 1, Amendt. [314] 358, 359, 360, 363, [318] 52 ; (319) 1345 ; (320) 920
823, 1316, 1406, 1574 ; Comm. cl. 2, Arrangement of Public Business, Ministerial
Amendt. (315) 783, 786,787, 909

Statement, [319] 962
Ireland- Questions

Coal Mines, &c. Regulation, (315) 1437,
Arterial Drainage - Drainage Districts in

1433, 1693 ; [317] 709
Kilkenny, [310] 1554

Parliament-Queen's Speech, Address in An-
Irish Land Law Perpetuity Leaseholders, swer to, [310] 518
[313] 1795

Scotland - Questions
Land Acts- A Select Committee, [318] 032 Education Department - Cambusnethan
I.ocal Taxation-Collection of Poor Rate

Public School, (3u] 562
in Kilkenny-The Dominican Abbey and Law and Justice-Case of Ferrie, at
Franciscan Friary, (316] 252

Hamilton, [314] 241

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

MATTHEWS, Right Hon. H.--cont. Police- Alleged Excess of Duty, Blantyre, Civil Service-Civil Service Commission(320) 448

Report on the Clerical Establishment, Universities (Scotland), [314] 1677 ; [317]

(313) 490 216, 755

Clerks in the Prisons Department, (316) Secretary for Sootland Act (1885) Amendment,

1162 Consid. Amendt. (321) 151

Coal Mines, &c. Regulation, Section 19, (316) Sheriff of Lanarkshire, 2R. [318] 1912

38 Supply-Colonial Local Revenue, &c. [320] 316] Coal Mines, &c. Regulation, Comm. 632, 1426

046, 669; cl. 4, 707, 722 ; cl. 5, 724; cl. 6, National Gallery, do. Scotland, [320] 1403, 725, 741, 744; cl. 8, 812, 826, 827, 828, 1404

831, 831, 837 ; c. 13, 810, 845, 846, 855, Prisons, Scotland, Motion for reporting 859, 864, 867, 874 ; cl. 14, 938, 911, 913, Progress, (319) 1724

911, 916, 9 17, 919, 952, 954, 957, 963, 965, Report, [320] 1781

967; cl. 15, 969, 970; cl. 16, 973, 975 ; Secretary for Scotland, &c. [318] 1758

cl. 17, 979, 981, 982, 933, 985, 987, 989 ; Secretary of State for the Home Depart- cl, 19, 991, 992, 993; cl. 20, ib. ; c. 21, 996, ment, &c. [317] 1059

1003 Technical Instruction, Motion for Leavo, [317] | 319) 493, 499, 505, 507, 511, 514; cl. 22, 515, 1475

516, 518, 519; cl. 24, 523, 523, 521, 525, Technical Schools (Scotland), 2R. (318) 1949 ; 526, 527; cl. 25, 528; cl. 26, 529, 530 ;

Comm. cl. 5, (320) 435, 436 ; cl. 6, 1332, cl. 28, 631, 532, 533, 534 ; cl. 29, 535 ; 1622, 1623, 1822; cl. 11, 1828 ; add. cl. cl. 30, ib. ; cl, 34, 536, 538, 540 ; c. 35, 1831, 1832; Consid. add. c. [321] 47, 511, 542, 546, 548 ; cl. 36, 550, 553, 555, 52, 57

557 ; cl. 37, 500; cl. 38, 561; cl. 40, 566, Truck, Consid. add. cl. [317] 1080

567, 568, 569, 570, 584 ; Amendt. 585,588; Ways and Means, Comm. [313] 1905

cl. 41, Amendt. 590; cl. 42, Amendt. 593; cl. 43, 591, 596, 597 ; cl. 44,599, 606, 610 ;

cl. 45, 012; cl. 46, 613, 614, 615, 616, 617, MATTHEWS, Right Hon. H. (Secretary 620, 624; cl, 48, 625, 628, 630, 631, 633 ; of State for the Home Department),

Amendt. 631; cl. 49, 635, 638 ; cl. 50, 687, Birmingham, E.

688, 694, 695, 697, 698, 699; Rule 1, 701, Adulteration Acts-Licensed Victuallers

705, 707 ; Rule 2, 712, 713; Rule 4, Westminster, (311) 1574

Amendt. 715, 717, 719, 721, 722, 723; Agricultural Department of the Privy Council

Rule 5, 725, 728; Rule 8, 729, 731, 732; -Hessian Fly in Essex, &c.[318] 32, 551,

Rule 1, 735, 736; Rulo 10, 733, 745, 746 ; 910; (319] 73, 74

Rule 12, 753, 755, 756 ; Amendt. 757, 768, Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and

770, 772 ; Rule 15, 775 ; Rule 22, 777, 778, Joiners-Loss of Tools, (318) 516

779; Rule 23, 781, 782; Rule 24, 787, 797, Burial Acts-Questions

803 ; Rule 32, 807, 809, 812, 813; Rule 33, Attleborough Burial Board, [310] 546 ;

831, 832 ; Rule 36, 833, 83, 835 ; Rule 37, New Cemetery, [311] 40

836, 844 ; Amendt. 845, 816, 819 ; Rule 38, Battersea Burial Board-Rose lill Ceme.

852, 858 ; Amendt. 850, 862, 863; cl. 61, tery, [318] 706, 1151, 1172 ; [320] 1350 ;

ib. ; cl. 63, 864, 865, 867, 868; cl. 64, 869; [321] 26

cl. 66, 870; Amendt. 871, 872 ; cl. 63, 878, Bolton-on-Dearne Burial Ground, [313]

879, 881 ; ch. 70, ib.; cl. 71, 881; cl. 75, 212 ; [321] 657

886, 888, 889, 891, 892, 894 ; Amendt. 895, Burial Ground at Llanfrothen, Merioneth.

896 ; c'. 76, 897; cl. 80, 898, 899; adl. cl. shire, (312) 826, 1611

903 Cemeteries in East Ham, [320] 1045

320) Consid. add. cl. 1072, 1080, 1083, 1087, Cemeteries of Bethnal Green and others,

1090, 1091, 1094, 1096, 1998; cl. 12, [318] 928

1099, 1101, 1105; cl. 13, Amendt. 1106; Closed Burial Grounds-State of Whitfield

cl.16, Amendt. ib. ; cl. 18, Amendt. ib. ; cl. 21, Chapel Burial Ground, Tottenham Court

Amendt. 1108; cl. 34, 1109; cl. 35, Road, [319] 1794

Amendt. 1110; cl. 39, Amendt. ib. ; cl. 42, Consecration of Cemeteries-Refusal of

Amendt. ib.; cl. 43, 1111; cl. 45, ib. ; cl. 47, Bishops, [310] 706, 767

Amendt. 1112, 1113, 1114; cl. 49, Amendt. Disturbance at Stratford Cemetery

ib. 1115, 1110, 1117, 1118, 1119, 1120 ; Whitechapel, (311] 892

Rulo 25, 1121; Amendt. 1123 Hayward's Heath Burial Scandal, [313] 321] Lords' Amendts. Consid. 415, 416, 417, 418, 876

420, 423, 424, 428, 429, 434 Removal of the Dead from Churchyards

Collection of Tithes-Biddenden, Kent, (311) 18 and Burial Grounds, (311] 21, 23

Contagious Diseases (Animals) Acts-OutVicar of Norham-on. T'weed, [317] 79

breaks of Pleuro-Pneumonia in England Capital Punishment-Report of the Royal and Scotland, [317] 1164 Commission, (312] 1348

Coroners' Inquests — View of the Bodies, [31] Channel Islands — Militia Law of Jersey, [313]

579 1404

Corporation Officials Bribery by Commis. haritable Lotteries, [319] 671

sions, (311) 33 Church of England - Appropriation of Glebe Crime and Outrage (England and Wales)

Land for a Burial Ground at Great Har- Return of Murders by Armed Burglars, &c. wood, Lancashire, [321] 559

(312) 819 [corit.

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310-311-312-313-314-315-316-317–318—319-320–321.
l'artnews, Right llon. II.-cont.

MATTHEWS, Right llon. 11.-cont.
Criminal Law Questions

Law and Justice-Cumulative Sentences-
Babbicome Murder-John Lee, [318] 1179

Sentence on R. Comerford at Belfast,
Israel Lipski, Convicted of Murder, [319]

(313) 499
253, 364, 448, 449, 1102, 1103, 1104 ; Jubilee Year of ller Majesty's Reign, Celebra
[320] 1072 ;– Private Executions Act,

tion of-Questions
1868– Execution of Israel Lipski at Bank Holiday- Adjourdment of the House,
Newgate, [320] 718

(316) 673
Registration of Prisoners, [318] 1127

Her Majesty's Letter of Thanks, (316]
Southampton Murderer, [319] 1374

1478
Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1885– Evasion

Illuminations, (316) 275
by Keepers of Cafés Chantants in Rotterdam

Jubilee Night-Publicans and Beerhouse
and other Places, (319) 1533

Keepers – Extension of Hours on Jubilee
Criminal Law Amendment (Ireland), 2R. [313]

Night, (316) 1781 ; [317] 337; (321) 17
779, 780, 798, 960

Jubilee Weck-lietropolitan Fire Brigade
Depression of Trade-Chainmakers of Stafford-

and Police, (317) 330, 519

London School Children in Hyde Park,
shire, (316) 407
Dogs--Liability for Shooting Stray Dogs,

(315) 1429
(310) 880; (311] 1260

Metropolitan Police, (315] 1737;-Medals,
Elementary Education-Irregular Attendance

[317] 514, 792, 051 ;-Special Gratuity,
- Mr. Paget, Wandsworth Police Court,

(316) 1489
(311] 29

Metropolitan Police Courts, (316) 256,
Employers' Liability Act, 1880—Questions

257, 259

Naval Review off Spithead-Overcrowding,
Accidental Death at Peterhead llarbour of
Refuge, (316) 767

(317) 1159
Employers' Liability, [312] 1148

Rosal Procession - Provincial Press, (316)
Renewal and Amendment, (315) 1220

558, 559
Tramway Servants —" Cook v. the North

Satisfactory State of Public Order, (316)

780
Metropolitan Tramways Company,”[313]
78

Jubilee Thanksgiving Service (Westminster
Employers' Liability Act (1880) Amendment, Abbey), (316) 59
2R. (315] 1415

Law and Justico (England and Wales) — Qaeg.
English and Irish Constabulary-Annual Leavo

tions
of Absence, [313] 1115

Alleged Charge of Drunkenness—Case of
Extraordinary Tithe Act, 1886-Acreage of Mary Williams, [317] 216, 353, 351
llop Cultivation, [318] 1357

Annie Shipton, Sentence on, Convicted of
The Land Commissioners, [317] 948 ; [318] Child Desertion, (313) 696, 884
351

Bevan, Convicted of Murder at
Factory and Workshops Acts-Questions

Chester Assizes, [318] 1707
Factory Inspectors in Belfast, (316] 1318-
Factory Prosecutions at Halifax, [321] 22

Bolton Riots — Importation of Foreign

Labour, (317] 789
Inspectors in Ireland, (312] 820
Working-Men Inspectors, (312] 1603

Burning of St. l'aul's Church, Coloryn Bay,
Felonious Use of Firearms, 2R. [310] 481

[319] 1805
First Offenders, 2R. [311] 116

Court Ilouses-Accommodation for Priso.
Game Laws-Sale of a llare without a Licenco,

ners awaiting Trial, (312) 6, 356; (316)
(311] 1713

781, 925, 1298 ; (317] 771 ; [319] 47 ;-
High Court of Justice - Appeals to the llouse

Scotland and Ireland, (312] 1316
of Lords—" Turner v. Whitworth,” [316] Discontinuance of Civil Assizes in certain
399

Counties, (316) 1160
Ilighway Acts – The Salvation Army-Re- East Gloucestershire - Chipping Camden

ligious Services in Stamford Market Petty Sessions - Excessive Flogging,
Place, [319] 1528, 1529, 1811; [320] (321) 29
29, 30, 166

Epping Petty Sessions-Assaults by Gipsies,
Religious Services at Warwick, (319] 1807

(319) 64, 662
Ilome Office, Incorporation of llaslingden, Explosion at the Police Office, Llanerchy.
(320) 1664

medd, Co. Anglesey, [318] 709
Uso of Electric Light in Mines, (321) 283 George Chapman, J.P., a Bankrupt, (313]
ilousing of the Working Classes (Eugland)

74
Act, 1885–Sale of Corporation Land, [318] Grant of Quarter Sessions to Blackburn,
702

(310) 1564
Indecent Books and Pictures, Sale of, [317] Grimsby County Police Court - Oyster
1615

Stealing-Severe Sentence, (319) 660
Ireland-Questions

Ilenry Skinner, Case of, [321] 283
Criminal Law Amendment—The Whiteboy Industrial Schools - Combined Depart-
Acts and the Later Statutes, 1313] 624

ments for Boys and Girls, (312) 186
Evictions- Evictions at Bodyke, Co. Clare Infliction of Corporal Punishment on a Boy

-Conduct of the Constabulary, (316) at Ilkeston, [318] 31, 1379
328, 330, 331, 334, 335, 330

Jurors in Criminal Trials, (310) 764, 765
Jury System Challenges in Criminal Kentish Town Murder, (312) 535
Cases, (310) 1217, 1218

Mayor of Taunton, [319) 673

310-311-312-313-314-315-316-317-318-319-320-321.
MATTHEWS, Right Hon. I.--cont.

Matthews, Right Hon. H.--cont.
Miriam Jonos, Sentence on, for Attempted Sentence on Francis M Lowran at South.
Child Murder, (319) 1363, 1823 ; [321]

wark Police Court, (312] 1169
559

Sentence on Rioters at the Marylebone
Metropolis “Pole e'. Endacott,” [318] Police Court, (314) 551
707

Sir Charles Warren's Letter to Sir James
Offences against Women and Children-
Returns, (316] 1498

Ingham, [317] 1345
Open Air Services at Grantham-Arrests,

Solicitation in the Streets, [320] 746
[317] 743

Law and Police - Police Courts-Questions
Prostitutes in Manchester and Liverpool, Charge of Assault at Bow Street Polico
[317] 756

Court-Miss Parton's Case, [318] 374 ;
Protraction of Assizes-Quarter Sessions,

-Case of Pole and others - Remission
[312] 1328

of Sentences, [318] 51
Publication of Evidence in Divorce and

Clerkenwell Police Court-Arbitrary Con.
other Cases, (310) 553

duct of a Police Magistrate, [317] 1337
Reformatory and Industrial Schools - Re-

Hammersmith and Wandsworth District,
port of the Royal Commission, [318] 544

(315) 1728 ; [318] 377
Ripley Petty Sessions-Excessive Whip.

Mansfield (Derby) Police Court, [321] 14
ping of a Child, [317] 1760; (320) 908,
909, 910

Marlborough Street Police Court, Abolition
“Ross v. Savillo"-Attempting to Extort

of, [313] 1790
Money, (317) 760

Marylebone Police Court-Remission of
Salford Corporation Works—" Hunter v. Sentences, [317] 1314, 1345, 1024, 1625,
Jevir,” (311) 169

1626, 1891
Shropshire Assizes, (316) 1495

Wandsworth Police Court, (311] 159
Thomas Thompson, Convicted of Murder,
(310) 261

Law relating to Women and Children-Legis-
Winter Assizes—Re-arrangement of Cir-

lation, [321] 276

Licensed Premises (Earlier Closing) (Scotland)
cuits, (310) 1226 ;-Cost of Prosecutions,
(310] 1757

Comm. [316] 1408
Winter Assizes Act-Transfer of Prisoners

Licensing Act--Dogs, (312) 1335
and Witnesses, [310] 883

Licensing Laws-Questions
Wrongful Conviction at the Surrey Seg. Extension of Hours of Opening-Kingston.
sions, [321] 23

on-Thames, [317] 1889
Law and Police-Questions

Occasional Licences-- Minster Branch of
Arrest of a French Lady (Madame Drouin),

the Isle of Thanet Conservative Associa.
at Cowes, (319) 948, 149, 1371

tion, [317] 1146
Arrest of Mr. Fred Henderson at Norwich, Refusal of Licence at Stowmarket, [320]
(318) 1140, 1651; (319) 675, 676

912
Assault on Mr. Francis Connolly, [312]

London Coal and Wine Duties Continuance,
722

[317] 945
Open Air Services at Grantham-Arrests,

Lunacy Commission (England and Wales)- An.
(317] 943

nual Report, [317] 935
Search by the Polico at Hoyland Silkstone
(Barnsley), [313] 622

Lunatic Asylums- Attendance of Bands at

Public Meetings, [313] 1790
Law and Police (Metropolis) – Questions

Broadmoor Convict Asylum-Lodging Al-
Admission of Witnesses to a Station House,

lowance, [318] 916
[320] 913
Arrest of Miss Cass, (316] 1492, 1493, Magistracy (England and Wales)—Questions

1782, 1783, 1784, 1804, 1805, 1821, Appointment of Welsh Magistrates-Non-
1826 ; [317] 77, 1888 ; [319] 551, 1153, conformists, [313] 354, 355
1164 ; Marlborough Street Police Bury St. Edmund's Bench, [316] 764
Court – Mr. Newton, [317] 789, 790;

Coleford-Sentence on an Old Man, (311)
[318] 1715, 1710 ; (319) 70 ; (320) 464 ;

37
-Police Constable Endacott, [317] 78,

Dartmouth Magistrates, [320] 748 ; [321]
1770, 1771, 1772

32, 482
Condition of Cells at Police Stations, [317]

Gainsborough Magistrates —Sir Hickman
1611

Bacon, [320] 724, 725

Helston Bouch
Mr. H. Inwood, Charge against, of Assault,

Sentence on Edward
[319] 78

White, (314) 546
Mr. Saunders, Police Magistrate, [317]

Lords Lieutenant of Counties, (315] 1428
1624, 1625, 1626

West Ham-New Borough Bench-List of
Police Supervision of Disorderly Ilouses,

Nominees, [317] 783
(319) 677, 947

Winchester Bench—“A Job Lot,” (312]
Protection of Women in Public Thorough-

508
fares, (318] 1136

Magistracy-Flintshire-Questions
Reformatory School for Girls, Hampstead (311] 1740 ; (316) 1773
Heath, (311] 571

Mr. B. G. D. Cooke, J.P., [318] 632
Rescue from Drowning - Police Constable Mr. Thomas Wynne Eaton, (316) 766
483 J, [317] 1626

Mr. B. E. Phillips, J.P. (316) 1772
[cont.

[cont,

310–311---312–313–314-315-316-317–318-319-320–325.
MATTHEWS, Right lon. H.-cont.

Matthews, Right Ilon, H.-cont.
Nonconformist Magistrates in Flintshire, Promotion, [319] 243, 244 ;-Promotion to
(315] 1027

Sergeant, (317) 1161
Poole and Wrexham, (313] 60

Recent Socialist Demonstrations, (311)
Marriage Act-Nonconformist Marriages, Leo-

1070
minster, (312] 5, 822, 823

Sergeant Murphy, [313] 1229, 1724
Merchart Shipping-Wreck Commissioner's Strand, State of —" A Disgraceful State of
Court-Nautical Assessors, 319] 1106,

Brigandage,” (321) 156
1107

Superannuation Fund, (319) 243
Metropolis-Questions

Superintendents' Divisional Reports for
Commons — Tooting Bec Common, [317] 1886, (315) 1590
1152 ; [318] 710

Metropolitan Police, Comm. cl. 2, [319] 1251
Crime-Bodies of Insants found in the

Metropolitan Public Carriage Act, 1869–
River Lea, [320] 913

Licences, (311) 563
Fire Brigade - Deficiency of Horses, (3177

Mines (Coal, &c.) Regulation Acts-Questions
773

(312) 857
Guy's Hospital, (312] 823

Appointment to the Inspectorship of the
Parks-Cost of Maintenance, (310) 519 :-

South-Western District, [313] 59
Sub-Tropical Garden in Battersea Park, Coal and Ironstone Mines - Days of Draw.
(317) 1157

ing, [310] 654
Public Meetings-Right of Free Speech, Colliery Accident at Motherwell, [313]
[321] 288, 571, 562

1352
Theatres and Public Places—Spitalfields Cornish and Devon Mines — Insanitary
Calamity, [310] 1102 ;— Regulation and

Condition, [310] 1703
Inspection of, (321] 286 ; Caplain Employment of Women at the Pit's Bank,
Shaw's Report, [321] 482 ; - Pavilion

(310) 1406
Music Hall, [319] 480

Evictions-Broxburne Shale Oil Company,
Water Supply—The Assessment, [310] [320] 463 ;--Burradon Colliers, North.
1772

umberland, (311] 579
Metropolitan Board of Works-Questions

Examination Fees, (318] 923
Alleged Corruption, [318] 937

Examinations for Managers' Certificates
Architect's Department, (317) 1100

(318) 1105
Disposal of Surplus Land, [318] 1375

Explosion at Cwtch Rhondda, South Wales,
Northern Outfall Sewer, [318] 1148

(311)181, 477
Representation in this House, [317] 1830 Explosion at a Colliery in Durham

- Dis.
Metropolitan Police-Questions

posal of the Fines imposed upon Mana-
Acting Sergeants, [320] 1337

gers, [318] 20
Age and Service, [319] 926

Explosion at the Wood End Pits, Lanca-
Alleged " Blackmailing" at the West End,

shire, (310) 1561
[317] 74 ; [321] 468

Extension to Ireland-Truck System, [313]
Alleged Cruelty to a Dog, (316) 415

1400, 1401
Assistant Chief Constables, (318) 715

Inspectors of Weights and Measures, [313]
Charges made by the hon. Member for

486
Barrow (Mr. Caine), [317] 75

Legislation, [310] 170
Charges of Drunkenness –Sergeant Murphy,

Poggs Collieries-Daroy Lever, (318) 521
1316] 38

Regulations - Safety Lamps, [321] 28
Church Parade of Socialists at St. Paul's Report of Inspectors for 1886, (316) 39
Cathedral, (311) 725

Return of Persons Employed, [316) 39
Clerkenwell— Constable Butler, (318] 536,

Royal Commission for the Prevention of
1166

Accidents, [313] 83
Commissioners of the Metropolitan Police The Second Reading of the Coal Mines, &c.
- Office of Legal Adviser, (317] 1346

Regulation Bill, [313] 621
Daylight Robberies in the Streets, (312] 12 Weights and Measures Act, 1878, (319]
Ex-Police Sergeant Drummond, (320) 722

491
Ex-Police Sergeant Eckett, [318] 1141

William Shaw, Fireman at the Park Mine,
Ilelmets and Clothing for Summer Wear,

Tawd Park Colliery, Skelmersdale, (317)
(317) 517

1335 ; [319] 59, 1793
Inspectors of the Criminal Investigation Mines (Coal, &c.) Regulation Acts (Scotland)
Department, (311] 17

-Questions
Mad Dogs— Rabies Order of 1886, (316) Assistant Inspectorship of Mines in West.
763

ern Division, (311) 39
Molesting Women and Young Girls, [317] Coal Miners of Lanarkshire, [318] 367, 368
760, 761

Explosion at Udston Colliery, Lanarkshire,
New Station on the Thames Embankment,

1315] 1077, 1078, 1436, 1440 ;-The In-
(315) 1582

quiry, (317) 349;— The “Gauzo Safety
Order of the Chief Commissioner as to

Lamp,” (320) 458
Defaulter Sheet of Coustables, [317] 216, Weights and Measures Act-Coal Weigh-
352 ; [318] 361, 511

ing Machines
Police Constables' Pensions, (318] 729

Craighead Colliery,

Lanarkshire, [320] 257
" Prize Compotition for Children,” [310] Naturalization of Aliens – Fees, [310] 650,
1408

651

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