INDIA-INDIAN FIELD OFFICERS—Question, Colonel Sykes; Answer, Mr.
NORWICH ELECTION—MOTION FOR AN ADDRESS-
Order read, for resuming Adjourned Debate on Question (12th March],
“That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, &c.,"-(Mr.
Question again proposed :-Debate resumed :-After short debate, Ques-
tion put, and agreed to ; Address to be communicated to The Lords,
and their concurrence desired thereto
Valuation of Property (Metropolis) Bill (Bill 12]
Mored, “That the Bill be now read a second time,"-(Mr. Goschen)
After short debate, Motion agreed to :-Bill read a second time, and
committed for To-morrow.
ENDOWED SCHOOLS BILL-MOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE
Moved, “That the Select Committee do consist of Twenty-one Members,"
-(Mr. W. E. Forster)
After short debate, Motion agreed to :- List of the Committee
Regulation of Railways Act (1868) Amendment Bill-
Motion for Leave (Mr. Shaw-Leferre)
Motion agreed to :-Bill to repeal 'so much of “The Regulation of
Railways Act, 1868," as relates to the approval by meetings of in-
corporated Railway Companies of Bills and Certificates for conferring
further powers on those Companies, ordered (Mr. Lefevre, Mr. John
Bright); presented, and read the first time [Bill 62.]
BRIDGWATER ELECTION—MOTION FOR AN ADDRESS-
Moved, “That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, &c.,'
-Mr. Attorney General)
Motion agreed to :-Address to be communicated to the Lords, and their
concurrence desired thereto.
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