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COMMENCING WITH THE ACCESSION OF
35° & 36° VICTORIÆ, 1872.
COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM
THE TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF JUNE 1872,
THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF JULY 1872.
Fourth Colume of the Session.
PUBLISHED BY CORNELIUS BUCK,
AT THE OFFICE FOR HANSARD'S PARLIAMENTARY DEP ATES,"
23, PATERNOSTER ROW. [E.c.]
LORDS, FRIDAY, JUNE 21.
ARMY REGULATION ACT—THE CIVIL POWER AND THE MILITARY FORCE
Questions, Observations, Lord Portman, Lord Egerton of Tatton;
Reply, The Marquess of Lansdowne :-Debate thereon
Limited Owners Improvements Bill (No. 154)—
Moved, “That the Bill be now read 24,"—(The Marquess of Salisbury) ..
After short debate, Motion agreed to :-Bill read 22 accordingly, and com-
mitted to a Committee of the Whole House on Monday the 8th of
Parliamentary and Municipal Elections Bill (Nos. 117-157)
Amendments reported (according to Order) ..
Further Amendments made :-Bill to be read 3a on Tuesday next; and to
be printed, as amended. (No. 168.)
COUNTY RATES—MOTION FOR A RETURN-
Moved, an Address for, Return of the sums expended in the various counties in England
and Wales levied on the county rate during the year 1871, showing separately the total
expenditure in each county and the portion of the above so spent under statute over
which the local authority bave no control and that over which they have an independent
control; also the items of expenditure in each county under the last column : [Tabular
Form],-(The Lord Henniker) ...
Motion agreed to.
Inclosure Law Amendment Bill [...)- Presented (The Earl of Morley); read 1*
Education (Scotland) (re-committed) Bill [Bill 31]-
Bill considered in Committee
After short time spent therein, Bill reported; as amended, to be considered
upon Tuesday next, at Two of the clock, and to be printed. (Bill 204.]
Mines (Coal) Regulation (re-committed) Bill (Bill 150]—
Bill considered in Committee
After some time spent therein, Committee report Progress; to sit again
upon Tuesday next, at Two of the clock.
IRELAND-GALWAY ELECTION INQUIRY—Explanation, Mr. Gladstone
It being now Five Minutes to Seven of the Clock, the House suspended
The House resumed its Sitting at Nine of the clock.
SUPPLY-Order for Committee read; Motion made, and Question proposed,
“That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair :"-
LAW OFFICERS OF THE Crown-RESOLUTION-Amendment proposed,
To leave out from the word " That” to the end of the Question, in order to add the
words "considering the inconvenience which results from there being in Parliament
no Minister of Justice or other official who should be able to give his undivided
attention to Law Reform, and to the various legal questions affecting the administra-
tion of public business, this house is of opinion that it would be inexpedient for the
Treasury Minute relating to the remuneration of the Law Officers of the Crown to
continue in operation beyond the time when the present Law Officers of the Crown
should remain in office,"-(Mr. Fawcett,)—instead thereof
Question proposed, “That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
the Question :”—After debate, Question put:—The House divided ;
Ayes 101, Noes 24; Majority 77.
ARMY-CASE OF LIEUTENANT TRIBE_Notice of Motion, Lord Elcho
Main Question, “That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair," put, and
SUPPLY-considered in Committee.
Committee report Progress; to sit again upon Monday next.
Colonial Governors Pensions Bill [Bill 176]—
Moved, “That the Bill be now read a second time,"-(Mr. Knatchbull-
Amendment proposed, to leave out the word "now" and at the end of
the Question to add the words “ upon this day three months,”—Mr.
After short debate, Question, “That the word 'now' stand part of the
Question," put, and agreed to.
Main Question put, and agreed to :-Bill read a second time, and committed
for Thursday next.
Wild Fowl Protection Bill [Bill 46]—
Order for Committee read
Moved, “ That it be an Instruction to the Committee that they have power to extend
the protection given under the Bill to Wildfowl during the breeding season, to other wild
birds,"-(Mr. Auberon Herbert.)
Question put:—The House divided ; Ayes 20, Noes 15; Majority 5.
Bill considered in Committee, and reported; as amended, to be considered
upon Friday next, and to be printed. [Bill 205.]
Tribunals of Commerce Bill-Ordered (Mr. Whitwell, Lord Frederick Cavendish, Mr.
Norwood, Mr. Monk); presented, and read the first time [Bill 206]
Metropolitan Police Superannuation Bill-Ordered (Mr. Winterbotham, Mr. Secre-
COMMONS, MONDAY, JUNE 24.
PARLIAMENT-SELECT COMMITTEES—EXPENSES OF WITNESSES—Questions,
Mr. Sclater-Booth, Mr. Bouverie, Mr. Hunt; Answers, Mr. Baxter ..
SUEZ CANAL—INCREASE OF DUEs-Question, Observations, Mr. Baillie
Cochrane; Reply, Viscount Enfield
TRAMWAYS (METROPOLIS)—Question, Mr. Locke; Answer, Mr. A. Peel
ARMY-YEOMANRY AND VOLUNTEER ADJUTANTS—Questions, Mr. Neville-
Grenville, Mr. Bass; Answers, Sir Henry Storks
ARMY RE-ORGANIZATION-ROYAL (LATE INDIAN) ENGINEERS--Question, Sir
Charles Wingfield ; Answer, Mr. Cardwell
IRISH FISHERIES PROTECTION-Question, Viscount St. Lawrence; Answer,
The Marquess of Hartington
SCOTLAND - PUBLIC LOAN COMMISSIONERS — ARBROATH HARBOUR LOAN-
Question, Mr. Cawley; Answer, Mr. Gladstone
PARLIAMENT—CONDUCT OF BUSINESS—BISHOPS RESIGNATION ACT (1869)
PERPETUATION, BILL-Observations, Mr. Bouverie; Reply, Mr. Glad-
stone :-Short debate thereon
SUPPLY-considered in Committee-ARMY ESTIMATES.
(1.) £45,300, Divine Service.
(2.) £26,400, Martial Law.-- After short debate, Vote agreed to
(3.) £247,700, Medical Establishments, &c.— After short debate, Vote agreed to
(4.) Motion made, and Question proposed, " That a sum, not exceeding £963,300, be
granted to Her Majesty, to defray the Charge for Militia Pay and Allowances, which
will come in course of payment from the 1st day of April 1872 to the 31st day of
March 1873, inclusive"
Motion made, and Question proposed, “That a sum, not exceeding £955,257, &c.,”-
(Mr. Holms.)--After debate, Motion, by leave, withdrawn :-Original Question put,
and agreed to.
(5.) £70,700, Yeomanry Cavalry. After short debate, Vote agreed to
(6.) Motion made, and Question proposed, “ That a sum, not exceeding £473,200, be
granted to Her Majesty, to defray the Charge for Volunteer Corps, which will come
in course of payment from the 1st day of April 1872 to the 31st day of March 1873,
Motion made, and Question proposed, “ That a sum, not exceeding £470,600, &c.,”-
(Colonel Charles Lindsay.) - After debate, Motion, by leave, withdrawn :-Original
Question put, and agreed tó.
Motion made, and Question proposed, “ That a sum, not exceeding £124,500, be
granted to Her Majesty, to defray the Charge for Army Reserve Force (including
Enrolled Pensioners), which will come in course of payment from the 1st day of
April 1872 to the 31st day of March 1873, inclusive"
Motion made, and Question proposed, “ That the Chairman do report Progress,"
(Lord Eustace Cecil.)- After short debate, Motion, by leave, withdrawn :-Original
Question, by leave, withdrawn.
(7.) £1,184,632, Post Office Packet Service. After short debate, Vote agreed to
Resolutions to be reported To-morrow, at Two of the clock; Committee