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1847.

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May 3. Law of Landlord and Tenant in Ireland— Resolution as Moved

by the Marquess of Wesmeath relating to the Law of Landlord

and Tenant in Ireland— Motion withdrawn

299

4. The Navy-Question

358

Bank of England-Question

362

Landed Property (Ireland) Bill—Motion of the Marquess of Lans-

downe, “For House to go into Committee on the Landed Pro-
perty (Ireland) Bill’- Motion agreed to--House in Committee
--Bill passed through Committee

364

6. The Monetary Crisis-Question

424

Poor Relief (Ireland)—House in Committee—Amendment of

Lord Monteagle, to insert certain Words in Clause 1, limiting

the Bill to the 1st of August, 1848, and to the end of the

then next Session of Parliament-Upon a Division, agreed to-

Clauses 2 to 4, after various proposed Amendments, agreed to 127

7. Poor Relief (Ireland)—House again in Committee-Motion of the

Earl of Clancarty to omit Clause 5 from the Bill-Motion

negatived—Several verbal Amendments moved to Clauses 6

and 7, but ultimately withdrawn—Clauses agreed to-Clause

8, with verbal Amendments, agreed to. On the Motion that

Clause 9, as amended by Earl Fitzwilliam, stand part of the

Bill-Amendment of the Earl of St. Germans, « That the

Clause be omitted altogether"-Amendment negatived-Clause,

as amended, agreed to—Amendment moved by the Earl of

Wicklow to Clause 11, ultimately withdrawn-Amendment of

Lord Stanley, “ To omit Clause 11 altogether”—Amendment

carried-Clauses 12, 13, and 14, agreed to--On the Motion of

the Earl of Wicklow, Clauses 15 and 16 were omitted-Clauses

17 and 18 agreed to-Clause 19, with verbal Amendments,

agreed to

491

10. Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill—House again in Committee—Two

Amendments of the Earl of Wicklow to Clause 20—The

first negatived ; the second withdrawn-Clauses, with the re-

maining Clauses, agreed to-Bill passed through Committee

Amendment of Lord Stanley, “That, save as hereinafter pro-

vided, it shall be lawful for any Occupier of Rateable Property,

holding under any Lease or Agreement to be made or entered

into after the passing of this Act," &c.—Amendment, by

leave, withdrawn-Clause 29 agreed to-Clause proposed by

Lord Monteagle to be added to the Bill, ultimately withdrawn

-Bill reported ...

555

11. Supply of Food in the Country-Questions

670

Soup Kitchens (Ireland)—Question

677

Irish Clergymen in England—Presentation of a Petition by Lord

Monteagle

677

Landed Property (Ireland) Bill—Motion of the Marquess of Lans-

downe, "That the Report on the Landed Property (Ireland)

Bill, with the Amendments, be received”—Motion agreed to... 686
14. Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill—Order of the Day for receiving the

Report of the Amendments read— Amendment of the Marquess
of Lansdowne, “ In the First Clause to disagree to the Amend-
ment made by the Committee inserting the words during a
time to be hereinafter limited'”—Amendment agreed to--Di-
vision Lists, &c.—Words struck out of the Bill-Amendments
moved by the Earl of Clancarty and the Earl of Lucan, nega-
tived—Clause moved by Lord Stanley, also negatived—Clause
moved by Lord Monteagle, withdrawn

794

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May 17. Public Granaries—Recommendation of the Earl of Winchilsea for
the Establishment of Public Granaries

890

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Factory Bill-Motion of the Earl of Ellesmere, " That the Bill

be read a Second Time"-Amendment of Lord Brougham,
“ That the Bill be read a Second Time that day Six Months'

-Motion agreed to—List of the Not-Contents—The Second

Reading of the Bill

891

18. The Army Service Bill—Order of the Day for the Recommitment

of the Bill, read— Motion of Earl Grey, • That the House do

now resolve itself into such Committee" --Amendment of the

Marquess of Londonderry, " To leave out now,' and insert

“this day Six Months' "-Amendment withdrawn-House in

Committee — Amendment of the Earl of Lucan to Clause 1,

* That Twelve Years' Service be substituted for Ten Years in the

Infantry, and Fourteen Years for Twelve in the Cavalry”-

Amendment negatived—Division Lists, &c.—Amendment of

Lord De Ros, " That any Soldier at any Period within One Year

previous to the completion of the Term of Limited Service for

which he shall have been first engaged,”' &c.- Amendment

agreed to-Clause, with verbal Amendment of the Earl of

Ellenborough, agreed to-Clause 4-Amendment of the Earl

of Ellenborough to insert certain Provisoes after Clause 4

Clause postponed-Remaining Clauses, with Schedule and Pre-

amble, agreed to...

1019

Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill-The Third Reading of the Bill-- Addi-

tional Clause proposed by Lord Monteagle, negatived-Amend-

ment of Earl Grey to Clauses 8, 10, and 16, agreed to–Addi-

tional Clauses proposed by Lord Redesdale and Lord Abinger,

ultimately withdrawn—Bill passed

1040

20. The Kentish Railways — Motion of the Duke of Wellington,

“ That certain Kentish Railway Bills should be referred to the

Commissioners of Railways" - Motion agreed to

... 1094

Clergy Offences Bill—The Second Reading of the Bill ... 1095

Naval Prisons Bill— The Second Reading of the Bill

28. Fire at St. John's, Newfoundland— Motion of Lord Portman,

“ That an Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, pray-

ing Her Majesty to direct that as often as Her Majesty shall be

graciously pleased to issue Her Royal Letters, directed re-

spectively to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, autho-

rizing the Collection of Voluntary Contributions,” &c.—Motion

agreed to

1241

31. Portugal—Question and Explanation

1285

Birmingham and Oxford Junction Railway Bill-Motion of Lord

Lyndhurst, “ To name the Select Committee on the Petitions

respecting this Bill”—Amendment of Lord Redesdale,

" That

the Order for the Appointment of the Committee be dis-

charged"-Amendment negatived

1286

Army Service Bill—The Third Reading of the Bill

1288

June 1. Naval Prisons Bill-House in Committee-Conversation respect-

ing the Bill—Certain Amendments reserved until the Report

should be brought up, and the Bill passed through Committee... 1363

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April 27. Judges Taking Fees (Scotland)—Question

7

Lord Dalhousie's Act--Question

8

Newfoundland-Question

9

The Wreck of the TweedQuestion

10

Seamen's Enlistment—Motion of Sir C. Napier, for Leave to

bring in a Bill-Leave given

10

Decimal Coinage-Motion of Dr. Bowring for an “Address to

Her Majesty respecting the issue of Coins representing the

Value of Two Shillings, being the Tenth of a Pound Sterling,

and Twopence and Two-fifths, being the Hundredth Part of a

Pound Sterling, such coins to be called Queens and Victorias, or

any other Name which to Her Majesty may seem best”-Mo-

tion withdrawn ...

13

State of Greece-Statement of Lord J. Manners-House count-

ed out

23

28. Juvenile Offenders Bill— Motion of Sir J. Pakington, “ That the

Bill be read a Second Time”-Amendment of Mr. Roebuck,

“That it be read a Second Time that day Six Months”-

Amendment negatived—Division Lists, &c.—The Second

Reading of the Bill

33

Rating of Tenements (No. 2) Bill-Adjourned Debate on Mr.

Waddington's Motion, “That this Bill be read a Second
Time”- Motion negatived—Division Lists, &c.—Bill put off

for Six Months

48

Tenants (Ireland) Bill— Motion of Mr. S. Crawford for the Se-

cond Reading of the Bill— Amendment of Mr. Bernal Osborne,

That the Bill be read a Second Time that day Six Months”

-Debate adjourned

55

29. The Jamestown—Question

127

Public Revenue-Motion of Dr. Bowring relating to the Collec-

tion of the Public Revenue-Motion withdrawn.

128

Naval Architecture-Motion of Mr. Hume for an Inquiry into

the State of the Navy since 1832, as regards the Building,

Alterations, and Repairs of Her Majesty's Ships"--Motion nega-

tived-Division Lists, &c.

152

30. The Winchester Sessions - Question

205

The Factories Act-Question

206

The Poor Law Question, &c.-Explanation

206

Peers, Harbours, and Railways (Ireland)-The Monetary Crisis -

On the Question, “ That the Order of the Day for the House

to go into Committee upon the l'iers, Harbours, and Railways

(Ireland) Bill, be read”- Amendment of Mr. Roebuck, “ That

the other Orders of the Day be now read”-Amendment nega-

tived— Main Question again put-House in Committee-Ques-

tion again put as moved on Monday, “That the Commissioners

of Her Majesty's Treasury be authorized to direct Advances

to be made out of the Consolidated Fund of the United King-

dom of Great Britain and Ireland to the Commissioners for

the Issue of Loans for Public Works and Fisheries, &c., to an

Amount not exceeding 620,0001.-Objected toDivision Lists,

&c.-Resolutions agreed to

208

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May 3. Portugal-Questions

305

The Navy-Question

306

Factories Bill— Motion of Mr. Fielden for the Third Reading of

the Bill — Amendment of Mr. Trelawny, " That the Bill be
read a Third Time that day Six Months”-Amendment nega-

tived—Division Lists, &c.—The Third Reading of the Bill —

306

Condition of Greece-On the Question that the Speaker do

leave the Chair for the House to go into Committee of Supply

- Amendment of Lord J. Manners, “ For the Production of Pa-

pers relating to all Monies paid by Great Britain on account of

the Interest of the Greek Loan, up to the 1st day of January,

1847”—Amendment withdrawn-House in Committee of Supply 313

Railways, Piers, and Harbours (Ireland)—Report of Resolutions

on the Railways, Piers, and Harbours (Ireland) brought up-

Resolutions agreed to—Bills to be brought in ...

339

Poor Law Administration-Motion of Sir G. Grey for Leave to

bring in a Bill-Motion agreed to—The First Reading of tho

Bill

340

4. Dublin Improvement Bill-Upon the Order for the Second Read-

ing of the Dublin Improvement Bill-Amendment of Mr. Gro-

gan, “ That the Bill be read a Second Time that day Six

Months”-Amendment agreed to—Division Lists, &c.—Second

Reading put off for Six Months

374

Fees in Courts of Law, Motion of Mr. Watson, “For the Appoint-

ment of a Select Committee to Inquire into and Report to the

House on the Taxation of Suitors in the Courts of Law and

Equity by the Collection of Fees,” &c.—Motion agreed to 381

Smithfield Market-Proposition of Mr. O. Gore to substitute Lord

Robert Grosvenor for Mr. Baring, and Mr. Lyall for Mr. Bur-

roughes on the Select Committee relating to Smithfield Mar-

ket-On the Question that Viscount Mahon be one of the Mem-

bers of the Committee, the House divided-Division Lists, &c.

-House counted out

385

5. Medical Registration Bill - Question

386

Drainage of Lands Bill—House in Committee-Bill passed through

Committee

387

Registration of Voters' Bill—The Second Reading of the Bill ... 389

Hosiery Manufacture Bill— Motion of Sir Henry Halford for the

Second Reading of the Bill-Amendment of Mr. W. Ellis,
“ That the Bill be read a Second Time on that day Six
Months”—Debate adjourned

404

The Medical Registration and Medical Law Amendment Bill-

Motion of Mr. Wakley, " That the Order of the Day be read,

in order that the Second Reading of the Bill might be post-

poned to Tuesday next”-Second Reading deferred

421

6. Mr. Butt-Question

462

Sale, &c., of Arms in Ireland—Motion of Sir W. Verner, “ For the

Production of certain Returns relating to all Applications

made to the Government by Grand Juries, Magistrates, and

others in Ireland, with reference to the unlimited Sale of Arms

and Ammunition in Ireland”—Motion agreed to...

462

The Cultivation of Cotton in India-Motion of Mr. Bright, “ For

the Appointment of a Select Committee to Inquire into the

Progress of the Cultivation of Cotton in India”-İlouse counted

out

476

7. Haydock Lodge-Question

523

Immigration of Paupers from Ireland-Question...

524

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May 7. Captain Robb—Question

527

Exportation of Corn—Question

527

Soldiers' Pensions—Question

528

The Monetary Pressure-Explanation of the Chancellor of the

Exchequer relative to the views of Her Majesty's Government
with respect to the Monetary Crisis

528

Punishment of Vagrants (Ireland) Bill—Order of the Day for

House going into Committee, read-On the Question, “That

the Speaker do now leave the Chair”—Question of Mr. P.

Scrope, and Explanation of Lord J. Russell - House in Com-

mittee-Amendments moved to Clauses 2 and 3, but ulti-

mately withdrawn-Clauses agreed to-Other Clauses agreed

to-Bill reported

531

Poor Relief Supervision (Ireland)—Order of the Day for going

into Committee, read—House in Committee-Clause 1 and the

remaining Clauses agreed

454

Poor Removal (England and Scotland)—The Second Reading of

the Bill

546

Post Office Accommodation to the Hebrides Question

553

Supply— Miscellaneous Estimates—House in Committee of Sup-

ply—A Vote of 50,0001. on Account of the Works of the Cale-
donian Canal, and several other Votes, agreed to

554

10. Suspension of the Corn Laws--Question

5985

The Money Market-Loan (Discount on Instalments)—House in

Committee on the Loan Acts-Resolution as proposed by the

Chancellor of the Exchequer relative to the Loan of Eight

Millions—Resolution agreed to ...

599

Health of Towns Bill-On the Order of the Day for the Second

Reading of the Health of Towns Bill—Statement of Viscount

Morpeth as to the Intentions of Her Majesty's Government re-

lative to the Bill Second Reading deferred

669

11. Captains of Merchant Vessels—Question

689

Health of Towns Bill Question ...

689

Further Suspension of the Navigation Laws—Question

689 v

Wreck of the Thetis-Explanation

690

Holyhead Harbour-Questions

690

Poor Removal Act - Motion of Mr. Bankes for Leave to Intro-
duce a Bill-Motion agreed to

690

Loan-Discount on Instruments—Order of the Day read-Re-

port brought up-Resolutions previously agreed to in Commit-

tee read a First and Second Time, and agreed to nem. con.-

Bill founded on the Resolutions ordered to be brought in 693

12. Wednesday Sittings—On the Motion, “ That Leave be given to

all Committees to sit till Five o'Clock, during the Sittings of
the House"--Suggestion of Mr. Hodgson and Mr. W. James,

relative to the Time of Sitting in Committees—Motion agreed to 694

Pious and Charitable Purposes Bill— Motion of Lord John Man-

ners, “ That the Bill be read a Second Time”-Amendment

of Sir G. Grey, That the Bill be read a Second Time that

day Six Months"- Motion negatived—Division Lists, &c.-

Bill put off for Six Months

695

Agricultural Tenant Right Bill—Order of the Day for going into

Committee moved— Withdrawal of the Bill by Mr. Pusey-

Order of the Day discharged

719

Poor Rates (Ireland) Bill—Bill considered in Committee-On the

Question that the Report be now received- Amendment of Mr.

Stafford O'Brien, " That the Report be received that day Six

Months"-Motion negatived-Division Lists, &c.

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