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Merchant Shipping Act (1854) Amendment (No.2) | METROPOLIS

(Questions)
Bill-cont.

Bridges The Westminster Bridge Estale,
Committee-R.P. April 5, (313) 612

Question, Mr. Pickersgill; Answer, The
Committee-R.P. April 22, 1714

First Commissioner of Works (Mr. Plunket)
Bill withdrawn * July 26

Feb 10, (31071104

Census— The Working Class Population, Qucs.
Merchant Shipping (Fishing Boats) Acts

tion, Mr. Cony beare ; Answer, The President
Amendment Bill- Legislation

of the Local Government Board (Mr. Ritchie)

Aug 30, (320) 465
Question, Mr. Heneago ; Answer, The Secre-
tary to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry

Closed Burial Grounds-State of Thitfield
De Worms) Feb. 11,[310] 1224

Chapel Burial Ground, Tottenham Court

Road, Question, Mr. Lawson; Answer, The
Merchant Shipping (Fishing Boats) Acts

Secretary of State for the Home Department

(Mr. Matthews) Aug 25, [319] 1794
Amendment Bill (Baron Henry De

Commons Tooling Bec Common, Question,
Worms, Mi. Jackson, Sir Herbert Maxwell) Mr. W. J. Corbet ; Answer, The Secretary
c. Ordered ; read 1°* Feb 15 [Bill 168]

of State for the Home Department (Mr.
Read 20 * Mar 14

Matthews) July 18, (317] 1151 ; Question,
Committec ; Report Mar 17, (312] 700

Sir Thomas Esmonde ; Answer, The Secre-
Read 30 * Mar 21

tary of State for the Home Department
1. Read 14 (Lord Stanley of Preston) Mar 22 (Mr. Matthews) Aug 1. [318] 710
Read 2a * April 1

(No. 51)

Wandsworth Common Victoria Patriotic
Committee * ; Report April 19

Asylum for Girls-Leasing of Land, Ques.
Read 34 * April 21

tions, Mr. Kimber; Answers, The Secretary
Royal Assent April 28 [50 Vict, c. 4]

of State for War (Mr. E. Stanhope) Feb 3,

(310) 546; Mar 21, [312] 837
Merchant Shipping (Miscellaneous) Bill

Coal and Wine Dues Renewal, Question,

Mr. Buxton ; Answer, The First Lord of
(Baron Henry De Worms, Mr. Jackson)

the Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith) Jan 31,
c. Ordered ; read 1°* Aug 1 [Bill 348] [310] 265 ; Question, Mr. Dixon-Hartland;
Read 20 * Sept 3

Answer, The Chairman of the Metropolitan
Committee ; Report Sept 6, [320] 1318

Board of Works (Sir James M'Garel-Hoge)
Considered * Sept 7

Mar 22, (312) 1145 ;The Blackwall and
Read 3° Sept 8

Greenwich Tunnel, Questions, Mr. Lyell,
l. Read 1a * (Viscount Cross) Sept 9 (No.257)

Mr. Webster ; Answers, The Chairman of
Read 2a *; Committeo negativod Sept 12

the Metropolitan Board of Wohs (Sir
Read 34 * Sept 13

James M.Garel-Hogg) Mar 11, (312) 21
Royal Assent Sept 16 (50 & 51 Vict. c. 62]

[See title London Coal and Wine

Dulies Continuance Bill]
Merchant Shipping (Transfer of Regis-

Crime - Bodies of Infants Found in the River
try, &c.) Bil! (1.L.)

Lea, Question, Mr. Pickersgill; Answer,
(The Lord Stanley of Preston)

The Secretary of State for the lomo De.

partment (Mr. Matthews) Sept 2, [320]
1. Presented ; read 1a * Mar 31 (No. 59)

912
Bill withdrawn * July 26

Distress, Question, Mr. Cyril Flower ; An.
Mersey Docks and Harbour BoardFerry

swer, The President of the Local Govern-
Communication between Bootle and

ment Board (Mr. Ritchie) April 25, (313]
New Brighton

1797 ; Question, Mr. Cyril Flower ; An•

The Secretary to the Local Govern-
Question, Mr. T. P. O'Connor ; Answer, 'The ment Board (Mr. Long) July 11, [317]

Secretary to the Board of Trado (Baron 344;The Conference, Question, Captain
Henry De Worms) July 21, [317] 1611

Colomb; Answer, The President of the

Local Government Board (Mr. Ritchie)
Mersey Docks and Harbour Board (Various Mar 17, (312] 532 ;

Unemployed Dock
Powers) Bill

Labourers at Poplar, Question, Mr. W.
c. Postponement of Motion, Mr. Houldsworth Abraham (Glamorgan, Rhondda); Answer,
Mar 10, [31] 1716

The President of the Local Government

Board (Mr. Ritchie) Feb 15, (318) 1555
Mersey Railway Bill

Emigration of Pauper Children-Incidence of
c. Considered April 20, [313] 1300

Cost, Question, Mr. Rankin ; Answer, The

Secretary to the Local Government Board
Meteorological Office

(Mr. Long) July 15, [317] 939
Slorm Warnings-Invention of Mr. B. A.
Collins, Questions, Mr. Henriker lleaton;

Foreign Labour in East London, Questions,
Answers, The Secretary to the Board, of

Captain Colomb ; Answers, The Secretary
Trade (Baron llenry Du Worms) May 5,

to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De
[314] 959 ; July 21, [317] 1605

Worms) Mar 10, [311] 1724
Official Report Weather Forecasts, Question,

Guy's Hospital, Question, Mr. W. J. Corbet ;
Mr. Llewellyn ; Answer, The Postmaster

Answer, The Secretary of State for the
General (Mr. Raikes) Mar 24, (312] 1325

Home Department (Mr. Matthews) Mar 21,
(312] 828

swer,

310-311-312-313-314-315-316-317–318-319-320—32). METROPOLIS—cont.

METROPOLIS— Metropolitain Improvements—cont. Magnitude of the Metropolitan Debt, Question, Charing Cross Road, Question, Sir Samuel

Mr. Wootton Isaacson ; Answer, The First Wilson ; Answer, The First Lord of the Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. II. Smith) Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith) Mar 1, [311] Mar 17. (312) 536

893 ;

The National Gallery, Questions, Metropolitan District - Deaths from Starvation Major Rasch, Sir Richard Paget, Colonel

and Privation, Question, Mr. J. G. Talbot ; King. Harman ; Answers, The First ComAnswer, The President of the Local Go- missioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) Mar 3: vernment Board (Mr. Ritchie) May 19, [315] (311) 1067 514

Steps of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Question, Deaths from Starvation in the Metropolis and Mr. Cavendish Bentinck ; Answer, The First All Ireland, Question, Captain Colornb ; An- Commissioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) swer, The Secretary to the Board of Trade

July 14, (317) 793 (Baron Henry De Worms) Sept 1, (320) 723 Open SpacesBurlon's Court, Chelsea, Ques.

The Parks tion, Mr. Whitmore ; Answer, The Financial Annual Expenditure, Questions, Colonel Secretary, War Department (Mr. Brodrick) Hughes, Mr. Webster ; Answers, The First Mar 11, [312] 22

Commissioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) T'he Churchyard Bottom Wood, Hornsey, Feb 11, [310] 1226 ; Question, Mr. LabouQuestion, Mr. J. Rowlands ; Answer, Sir chere ; Answer, The First Commissioner of

Henry Selwin-Ibbetson) May 2, [314] 552 Works (Mr. Plunket) Feb 14, 1390 Street Casualties-Deaths by a Post Office Incidence of Cost of Maintenance, Question,

Parcel Post Van, Questions, Mr. Fenwick, Mr. Labouchere ; Answer, The Secretary of Mr. Pickersgill; Answers, The Postmaster State for the Ilome Department (Mr. Mat. General (Mr. Raikes) July 11, (317) 350

thews) Feb 3, (310) 549 Street Traffic-Private Bars and Gates, Ques- Constitution Hill, Questions, Mr. Lawson ;

tion, Mr. Lawson ; Answer, Mr. Tatton Answers, The First Commissioner of Works Egerton Aug 29, [320] 207

(Mr. Plunket) May 23, (315) 855

Dogs in the Ornamental Waters, Question, Fires

Mr. Lawson ; Answer, The First Commis. Fire at Whiteley's-Gas Pipes, Question, Mr. sioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) Aug 16,

Kimber; Answer, Mr. Webster Aug 20, (319) 669 [320] 26

Supply of Chairs, Question, Mr. Labouchero ; Inquests --Legislation, Question, Sir Robert Answer, The First Commissioner of Works

Fowler ; Answer, The First Lord of the (Mr. Plunket) July 21, [317] 1620 Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith) Aug 9, [318] Vagrants al Night, Questions, Mr. Kimber; 1726

Answers, The First Commissioner of Works Metropolitan Fire Brigade -Deficiency of En. (Mr. Plunket) Sept 1, (320) 727

gines and Horses, Questions, Mr. Isaacs, Mr. Webster; Answers, The Secretary of

Battersea Park State for the Home Department (Mr. Mat. Question, Mr. Seager llunt; Answer, The thews) July 14, [317] 772 ; Question, Mr. First Commissioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) Isaacs ; Answer, The First Lord of the Trea- Feb 15, [310] 1563 ; Question, Mr. Bag

sury (Mr. W. H. Smith) Aug 9, (318] 1724 gallay ; Answer, The First Commissioner of Prerention of Fires, Questions, Mr. Webster, Works (Mr. Plunket) Feb 28, (311) 700;

Mr. MʻLagan; Answers, The First Lord of Question, Mr. 0. V. Morgan ; Answer, The the Treasury (Mr. W. II. Smith) Aug 8,

First Commissioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) [318] 1556

Mar 7, 1392

The Sub- Tropical Gardens, Question, Sir Metropolitan Improvements

Trevor Lawrence ; Answer, The Secretary Colonnades of Burlinglon House, and Temple

of State for the llome Departmont (Mr. Bar, Question, Observations, The Earl of Matthews) July 18, (317] 1157 Milltown; Reply, Lord Ilenniker ; Question,

Greenwich Park The Earl of Rosebery ; Answer, Lord Henniker May 12, [314] 1656 ; Question, Tho The Regulations, Question, Colonel Duncan ; Earl of Milltown; Answer, Lord Henniker Answer, The First Commissioner of Works Aug 1, [318] 685

(Mr. Plunket) Feb 17, (310) 1764 Hyde Park Corner, Question, Dr. Tanner;

Answer, The First Cominissioner of Works Regent's Park (Mr. Plunket) April 5, (313) 492

Annual Cost of Maintenance, Question, Mr. Piccadilly Circus, Question, Mr. De Lisle ; Pickersgill ; Answer, The First Commis

Answer, Mr. Tatton Egerton Aug 30, [320] sioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) Mar 7, (311) 452

1405 Roudways and Streets · Canterbury Road, Bathing Facilities, Question, Mr. Labouchere;

Camberwell, Question, Mr. Baumann ; An- Answer, The First Commissioner of Works
swer, The Chairman of the Metropolitan (Mr. Plunket) June 14, (316) 45
Board of Works (Sir James M.Garel. Hogg) Boating, Question, Mr. Lawson ; Answer, The
Mar 22, (312] 1141

First Commissioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) St. Martin's Place, New Line of, Question, Mr. April 4, [313] 359

Whitmore ; Answ The First Commis- Dismissal of a Constable, Question, Dr. sioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) Feb 24, (311) Tanner ; Answer, The First Cominissionor 462

of Works (Mr. Plunket) Feb 1, [310] 391 [cont.

[cont.

310–311—312–313–314-315-316-317–318—319-320–321.
METROPOLIS— Regent's Park-cont.

METROPOLIS - Public Health-cont.
Enclosures, Question, Mr. Lawson; Aiswer, Pollution of the River Lea, Question, Captain

The First Commissioner of Works (Mr. Colomb; Answer, The l'resident of the
Plunket) June 7, (315) 1224

Local Government Board (Mr. Ritchie)
The Zoological and Toxopholite Societies, July 26, (318) 23

Question, Mr. Lawson ; Answer, The Secre- Regent's Canal Basin, Question, Mr. Lawson ;
tary to the Treasury (Mr. Jackson) June 16, Answer, The President of the Local Go-
[316] 261

vernment Board (Mr. Ritchie) Aug 25, (319)
[See title Royal Parks and Pleasure

1794
Gardens]

Sutton Cemetery, Question, Mr. Arthur O'Con-

nor'; Answer, The President of the Local
St. James's Park

Government Board (Mr. Ritchie) Feb 1,
Roadway, Question, Mr. Howard Vincent ; (310) 39

Answer, The First Conimissioner of Works Water Supply-The A88088ment, Question,
(Mr. Plunket) Feb 8, (310) 888

Mr. Wootton Isaacson ; Answer, The Secre-
Seats in the Mall, Questions, Mr. Howard

tary of State for the llome Department (Mr.
Vincent, Mr. Labouchero ; Answers, The

Matthews) Feb 17, [310] 1772 ;-Chelsea
First Commissioner of Works (Mr. Plunket)

Water Company, Question, Colonel Dawpay;
July 18, [317] 1159

Answer, The President of the Local Govern-

ment Board (Mr. Ritchie) Mar 1, (311] 881;
Victoria Park

The West Ham District, Question, Major
Bathing Lakes, Questions, Mr. Pickersgill ;

Banes ; Answer, The President of the Local
Answers, The First Commissioner of Works

Government Board (Mr. Ritchie) Aug 30,
(Mr. Plunket) July 4, (316) 1595 ; July 7,

[320] 470 [See title Public Health)
(317) 65
Memorial of Inhabitants of Tower Hamlets,

Public Meetings
Question, Captain Colomb; Answer, The Action of the Police, Questions, Mr. Picton ;
First Commissioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) Mr. James Stuart, Mr. Pickersgill ; An.
Feb 24, (311] 478

swers, The Under Secretary of State for

the Home Department (Mr. Stuart-Wortley)
Public Health

May 10, [314] 1456
Brilish Medical Temperance Association, Arrest of Chapman and Kemp, Question, Mr.

Question, Dr. Clark ; Answer, The Secretary Pickersgill ; Answer, The Under Secretary
of State for the Home Department (Mr. of State for the Home Department (Mr.
Matthews) Aug 29, [320] 264

Stuart-Wortley) May 12, (314) 1690
Chelsea Hospital Refuse at Shecrness, Ques- The Right of Free Speech, Questions, Mr.

tion, Mr. Congbeare ; Answer, The Secretary Pickersgill; Answers, The Secretary of State
to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De for the Home Department (Mr. Matthews)
Worms) Aug 29, [320] 269

Sept 12, [321] 288 ; Questions, Mr. J. Row.
Condition of Trafalgar Square, Questions, Mr. lands, Mr. Cremer; Answers, The Secretary

Kimber ; Answers, The First Commissioner of State for the Home Department (Mr.
of Works (Mr. Plunket) Aug 25, (319) 1803 Matthews); Question, Mr. Wootton Isaac.
Hendon Sanitary Authority, Question, Mr. son (no reply) Sept 16, 861

Bartley ; Answer, The President of the Local
Government Board (Mr. Ritchie) July 29, Theatres, fc.
(318) 519

Captain Shaw's Report, Question, Major
Insanitary Condition of Battersea Park, Ques-

Rasch ; Answer, The Secretary of State
tion, Mr. Bonsor ; Answer, The First Com- for the Ilome Department (Mr. Matthews)
missioner of Works (Mr. Pluoket) Feb 10, Sept 13, [321] 482
(310) 1080

Regulation and Inspection, Quostion, Sir Al-
Of Bow Creek, Blacku all, Question, Mr.

gernon Borthwick ; Answer, The Secretary
Sydney Buxton ; Answer, The President of of State for the Home Department (Mr.
the Local Government Board (Mr. Ritchie) Matthews) Sept 12, [321] 286
June 23, [316] 770

The Spitalfields Calamity, Question, Mr.
Of the Thames, Questions, Mr. Sydney Bux- Wootton Isaacson ; Answer, The Secretary
ton, Colonel Makins; Answers, The Secre- of State for the Home Department (Mr.
tary of State for the Ilomo Department (Mr. Matthews) Feb 10, [310] 1102

Matthews) July 14, [317] 784
A Thames Swimming Bath,Question, Mr.

0. V. Morgan; Answer, The First Commis, Metropolis (Cable Street, Shadwell) Pro-
sioner of Works (Mr. Plunket) July 12, [317] visional Order Bill

1335
Metropolitan Asylums Board - The South

(Mr. Stuart-Wortley, Mr. Secretary Matthews)
Western Hospital (Slockwetl), Questions,

c. Ordered ; read 10 * June 6 [Bill 277]
The Marquess of Carmarthen, Mr. Isaacs ;

Read 2°* June 14
Answers, The President of the Local Go- Report * June 23
vernment Board (Mr. Ritchie) Sept 6, (320)

Read 30 * June 24
1341

l. Read 1** (Earl Brownlow) June 27 (No. 134)
Outbreak of Scarlet Fever, Question, Mr.

Read 2* * July 1
Bonsor ; Answer, The President of the Local Committee *; Report July 5
Government Board (Mr. Ritchie) Aug 30,

Read 34 * July 7
[320] 467

Royal Assent July 12 (50 & 51 Vict. c. ci]

310—311–312–313–314-315-316—317–318—319-320–321. Metropolis Local Government Bill (Mr. | Metropolis Management (Battersea and West

Isaacs, Mr. Kimber, Major-General Golds- minster) Bill-cont.
worthy, Mr. Baumann, Sir Albert Kaye Report * June 24

Committee * June 28
Rollit, Mr. Morgan Howard, Mr. Hunt,
Sir Guyer Hunter, Colonel Duncan)

Report * June 30

Read 3a * July 1 c. Ordered ; read 1° Jan 28

[Bill 82] Royal Assent July 12 [50 & 51 Vict. c. 17] 2R. [Dropped]

Metropolis (Shelton Street, St. Giles) Metropolis Management Act, 1878-Form Provisional Order Bill of Certificate

(Mr. Stuart-Wortley, Mr. Secretary Matthews) Questions, Mr. Conybeare ; Answers, Tho c. Ordered ; read 10* June 6 [Bill 278]

Chairman of the Metropolitan Board of Read 20 * June 14
Works (Sir James M'Garel-Hogg) Feb 22,

Report * June 23 (311) 295

Read 30 * June 24

1. Read 1a * (Earl Brownlow) June 27 (No. 135) Metropolis Management Acts Amend

Read 2a * July 1

Committee * ; Report July 5 ment Bill (Sir James M.Garel-Hogg, Read 3a * July 7 Colonel Hughes, Mr. Whitmore, Sir Algernon Royal Assent July 12 (50 & 51 Vict. c. cii]

Borthwick) c. Ordered ; read 1°* Jan 28

Metropolitan Board of Works, The

[Bill 118] 2R. [Dropped]

Charges against Officials, Question, Mr. 0. V.

Morgan ; Answer, The Secretary of State

for the lome Department (Mr. Matthews) Metropolis Management Acts Amend- July 18, [317] 1160; Question, Mr. J.

ment (No. 2) Bill (Mr. Octavius Rowlands ; Answer, The First Lord of the Morgan, Mr. Gilliat, Mr. Kimber)

Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith) July 28, (318]

383 ; Questions, Mr. J. Rowlands, Mr. Sexc. Ordered ; read 10 * Feb 14 [Bill 166] ton, Mr. T. P. O'Connor, Mr. DixonMoved, “ That the Bill be now read 20"

llartland ; Answers, The First Lord of tho April 4, [313] 461; alter short debate,

Treasury Mr. W. H. Smith), The SecreQuestion put, and agreed to ; Bill read 2°, tary of State for the Home Department (Mr. and committed to a Select Committee of

Matthews) Aug 2, 235 Five Members, Two to be nominated by the Condemned Buildings in Whitechapel, QuesHouse and Three by the Committee of

tion, Lord Henry Bruce ; Answer, The Selection

Chairman of the Metropolitan Board of And, on April 18, Committee nominated as Works (Sir James M'Garel-Ilogg) Mar 8, follows:-Colonel Hughes and Mr. Octavius

(311) 1590 Morgan

Costermongers' Dwellings in St. Luke's, QuesMoved, “ That Mr. Gilliat be a Member of

tion, Mr. J. Rowlands ; Answer, Mr. Tatton the Select Committee April 5, 602 ; after Egerton Sept 12, [321] 272 short debate, Motion withdrawn

Dangerous Condition of the Church of St. Report * May 6

Mary-le-Strand, Question, Mr. Kimber;

Answer, Mr. Tatton Egerton Aug 8, (318) Metropolis Management Acts Amend- 1535; Question, Mr. Kimber; Answer, Tho

First Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. H. ment (Westminster) Bill

Smith) Aug 15, (319) 492 ; Questions, Sir (Mr. Burdett-Coutts, Mr. John Talbot, Mr.

George Campbell; Answers, Mr. Tatton Tomlinson, Mr. Seager Hunt)

Egerton Sept 8, [320] 1644 c. Ordered ; read 1° * Mar 28 [Bill 208]

Disposal of Surplus Land, Questions, Mr, 0. Read 2°, and committed to the Select Com.

V. Morgan, Colonel Hughes; Answers, The mittee on the Metropolis Management Acts

Secretary of State for the Home Department Amendment (No. 2) Bill April 26, [314]

(Mr. Matthews) Aug 5, [318] 1375 99

Northern Outfall Sewer Works, Question, Report * May 6

Colonel Makins; Answer, The Secretary of State for the Home Department (Mr.

Matthews) Aug 4, [318] 1148; Question, Metropolis Management Acts Amend

Mr. Pickersgill; Answer, Mr. Tatton Egerment (No. 2) Bill

ton Aug 5, 1372 Metropolis Management Acts Amend

Representation in this House, Question, Mr. ment (Westminster) Bill

Lawson ; Answer, The Chancellor of the Consolidated into

Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) July 1, [316] Metropolis Management (Battersea and

1499; Question, Mr. Dixon-Nartland ; An

swer, The Secretary of State for the Home Westminster) Bill

Department (Mr. Matthews) July 25, [317] c. Report * May 6

[Bill 258] 1885 Committee * (on re-comm.); Report ; read 30 Sewage Precipitation Works at Barking, May 13

Question, Mr. Salt; Answer, The Chairman b. Read 1a * (E. Fortescue) May 16 (No. 101) of the Metropolitan Board of Works (Sir Read 24. June 17

James M'Garel-Hogg) Mar 11, (312) 24 [cont.

(cont.

as

310-311-312-313-314-315-316-317-318-319-320 -321.
Metropolilan Board of Works, The-cont. Metropolitan Police Bill
The Superintending Architect, Question, Mr. (Mr Secretary Matthews, Mr. Stuart-Wortley)
Broadhurst ; Answer, The Chairman of the

c. Ordered ; read 1°* July 12 [Bill 321]
Metropolitan Board of Works (Sir James

Read 2°,* and committed to a Select Com-
M'Garel-Vlogg) Feb 3, [310] 514

mittee of Fire Members, Three to be nomi-

nated by the House, and Two by the Com-
Metropolitan Board of Works (Fire mittee of Selection Aug 5
Brigade Expenses) Bill

And, on Aug 6, Committee nominated

follows:- Mr. Childers, Mr. Tatton Egerton,
(Mr. Webster, Sir James M.Garel-Bogg, Mr.

and Mr. Stuart-Wortley
Tatton Egerton, Mr. Cochrane-Baillie, Mr. Report of Select Comm. Aug 12 (No. 285)
Isaacson)

Committee * (on re-comm.) Aug 13
c. Ordered ; read 10 * Jan 28 [Bill 108]

Committee ; Report; read 30° Aug 19, [319]
Questions, Mr. Webster, Mr. Dixon-Hartland ; 11. Read 1** (Earl Brownlow) Aug 25 (No. 242)

1251
Answers, The First Lord of the Treasury

Read 24 * Aug 30
(Mr, W. II. Smith) July 18, [317] 1105
Bill withdrawn * Aug 31

Report * Sept 6
Committee * ; Report Sept 7

Read 34 * Sept 8
Metropolitan Board of Works (Money) Royal Asscut Sept 16 [60 & 51 Vict. c. 45]

Bill (Mr. Jackson, Sir Herbert Maxwell)
e. Ordered ; read 1°* July 28 [Bill 345]
Moved, “ That the Bill be now read 20

Metropolitan Police Provisional Order
Aug 1, [318] 861 ; after debate, Moved, Bill

(Mr. Stuart-Wortley,
" That the Debate be now adjourneu ” (Mr.

Mr. Secretary Matthews)
Sexlon); after further short debate, Ques-
tion put; A. 53, N. 103 ; M. 55 (D.L. 340) C. Ordered ; read 1°* Mar 25 [Bill 206]

[2.20 A.m.]

Read 2° * April 1
Original Question again proposed, 867;

Report * April 14
Moved, “That this House do now ad.

Read 30 * April 15
journ” (Dr. Clark); after short debate, 1. Read 1* * (Earl Beauchamp) April 18
Motion withdrawn

Read 2* * April 26

(No. 65)
Original Question again proposed ; Debate

Committee ; Report April 23
adjourned

Read 3a * April 29
Read 20 * Aug 4

Royal Assent May 23 (50 Vict. c. xxxi]
Committee; Report Aug 8, 1668

Read 30* Aug 9
1. Read la* (The Earl of Crawford) Aug 11 Metropolitan Public Carriage Act, 1869–
Read 2 * Aug 12

(No. 226)

Licences
Committee *; Report Aug 15

Questions, Mr. Lawson ; Answer, The Secre.
Read 3** Aug 16

tary of State for the Home Department (Mr.
Royal Assent Aug 23 [50 & 51 Vict. c. 31]

Matthews) Feb 25, L311] 567

Metropolitan Board of Works (Theatres,
&c.) Bill (Sir James M'Garel-Hogg,

Metropolitan Railway Bill

C. 2R. deferred Mar 25, (31 2] 146 1
Mr. Tatton Egerton, Mr. R. G. Webster)
c. Ordered ; read 10 * Jan 28 [Bill 117]
2R. [Dropped]

Midland Great Western Railway of Ire-

land Bill (by Order)
Metropolitan Buildings Act-Sufficiency

C. 3R. deferred, after short debate May 19, (315)

491
of Space and Air-New Buildings,

Read 3°, after short debate May 20, 647
Oxford
Question, Sir George Campbell ; Answer, The

President of the Local Government Board MIDLETON, Viscount
(Mr. Ritebic) Aug 26, [320] 5

Africa (South)- Affairs of Swaziland, (312)

1280 ; (315) 852

Army-Scots Guards—Camp at Pirbright,
Metropolitan Open Spaces Acts Exten-

(316] 539
sion Bill-sce Open Spaces Bill

Endowed Schools Act (1869) and Amending

Acts (Archbishop Holgato's Grammar

School at Ilemsworth), Motion for an
Metropolitan Police — see title Law and Address, [314] 1437
Police

Ireland, State of Legislation, (310) 1373
Irish Land Law, 2R. [313] 1377 ; Comm. [355]

13
Metropolitan Police
Address for a urn (Mr. Pickersgill) [The

Motion, being opposed, could not be moved] MILDMAY, Mr. F. B., Devon, Totnes
Sept 40, [321] 161

Queen's Plates, (311) 580

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