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THE FIJI ISLANDSObservations Question The Earl of Belmore Reply
91
ARMYYEOMANRY AND VOLUNTEER ADJUTANTSQuestions Mr Neville
103
June 28
125
HER MAJESTY QUEEN
127
GALWAY ELECTION PETITION JUDGMENT OF MR JUSTICE KEOGH Ques
155
Parliamentary and Municipal Elections Bill No 168
157
Inclosure Law Amendment Bill No 169
169
Mines Coal Regulation recommitted Bill Bill 150
181
SUPPLYREPORTResolutions June 24 reported 190
189
Treaty of Washington Bill No 191
191
Statute Law Revision No 2 Bill u L Presented The Lord Chancellor read
217
Real Estates Titles Bill Bill 50
223
Occasional Sermons Bill Bill 61
235
TREATY OF WASHINGTON TRIBUNAL OF ARBITRATION GENEVA
243
to the Address of the 18th instant reported
267
Moved That the House do now resolve itself into a Committee on
279
Statute Law Revision Ireland Bill 1 L Presented The Lord OHagan
281
RUSSIA MURDERS OF ENGLISHMEN IN THE CAUCASUSQuestion
287
MONDAY JULY 8 1872
289
Education Scotland Bill Bill 210
303
Colonial Governors Pensions Bill Bill 176
333
GALWAY ELECTION Petitioncontinued
339
Trusts of Benefices and Churches Bill No 151
413
CIVIL SERVICEPAY OF TEMPORARY WRITERSQuestions Mr Pease
429
Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 25430 c
471
Local Courts of Record Bill 1 Presented The Lord Redesdale read
495
Mines Coal Regulation recommitted Bill Bill 150
527
Military Forces Localisation Expenses BillResolution July 1 reported
581
Sale of Liquors on Sunday Bill Bill 78
601
Acrobats Bill No 173
617
WAYS AND MEANSINHABITED HOUSE DUTYQuestion Mr W H Smith
631
METROPOLIS HYDE PARK GUARDS DRILL Question Mr Robertson
637
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
639
Mines Coal Regulation recommitted Bill Bill 150
667
New Law COURTSTHE STRAND FRONTQuestion Mr Cavendish Bentinck
699
CATTLE IMPORTATIONCATTLE FROM SCHLESWIGHOLSTEINQuestion
701
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
723
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
735
Farm Buildings Scotland BillOrdered Mr Fordyce Mr MCombie presented
751
Summary Jurisdiction Bill u l Presented The Lord Chancellor read
785
CRIMINAL LAW THE DROITWICH MAGISTRATESQuestion Mr Sherriff
793
Limited Owners Improvement Bill No 154
857
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER_DECAY OF THE STONEWORKQuestion Mr Butler
871
Mines Coal Regulation Bill Bill 150
889
Moved That the Bill be now read a second timeMr Cowper
929
Duff
947
Ecclesiastical Dilapidations Act 1871 Amendment Bill 1 Presented The
1123
S EUPHRATESQuestion Lord Henry Scott Answer
1137
Sale of Liquors on Sunday Ireland Bill Bill 68
1199
Registration of Partnerships Bill Ordered Mr Norwood Mr Barnett Mr Turner
1215
Post OFFICEPOSTMASTERSHIP OF EXETERQuestions Mr Bowring
1243
Mines Coal Regulation Bill Bill 240
1275
JOINT STOCK BANKS IRELANDRESOLUTION
1289
Law Officers England Fees BillOrdered Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer
1343
ARMYEMPLOYMENT OF SOLDIERSQuestion Mr HanburyTracy Answer
1359
Elementary Education School Board Loans BillResolution July 17 reported
1403
Establishments connected therewith
1453
PARLIAMENTCOUNTS OUTRESOLUTIONAmendment proposed
1471
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
1491
Bastardy Laws Amendment Bill Bill 109
1497
IRELANDTHE IRISH LAND ACTCHAIRMAN OF IRISH COUNTIES SALARIES
1513
Local Government Board Ireland Bill Bill 907
1587
Elementary Education Elections Bill No 231
1601
Elementary Education Elections No 2 Bill 1 l Presented The Lord President
1621
Military Forces Localisation Expenses Bill Bill 222
1635
Municipal Corporations Borough Funds recommitted Bill
1673
Bill
1705
Local Courts of Record Bill Lords Bill 259
1741
OFFICE OF CHANCELLOR OF THE DUCHY OF LANCASTER Question
1753
Law Officers England Fees Bill Bill 257
1855
Inclosure Law Amendment Bill Nos 169204221
1863
Wild Birds Protection Bill No 248
1883
COMMONS
1899
Parliamentary and Municipal Elections Bill
1991
PALACE OF WESTMINSTERFIRE IN THE CLOCK TOWERQuestion
ARMYTHE VOLUNTEERS WAR OFFICE CIRCULAR 1872 Question
SANITARY REGULATIONSCARCASES OF ANIMALSQuestion Mr C S Read
THE FIJI ISLANDSMOTION FOR AN ADDRESS
EDUCATION SCOTLANDTEACHERS OF PARLIAMENTARY SCHOOLSQuestion
Third ReadingBaptismal Fees 160 Board to guide the authorities in regard
Arthur 192
ARMYTHE 9TH LANCERSCASE OF LIEUTENANT TRIBE_Question
Poor LawHENLEY UNIONQuestion Mr Hermon Answer Mr Hibbert 1512
LOCAL TAXATIONANNUAL PROSECUTION EXPENSESQuestion Sir Massey
THE COUNTESS OF MayoMessage from Her Majesty brought up and read
THE COUNTESS OF MAYOHER MAJESTYS MESSAGE CONSIDERED
NEW WRITS ISSUED
PARLIAMENTBUSINESS OF THE HOUSESATURDAY SITTINGSWithdrawal
PARLIAMENTMORNING SITTINGS_RIGHTS OF PRIVATE MEMBERSQuestion
ROYAL PARKS AND GARDENS BILL THE REGULATIONS Question
EDUCATIONELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERSRESOLUTION

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