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COMMENCING WITH THE ACCESSION OF
2 6° VICTORIÆ, 18 6 3.
COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM ·
THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF MARCH 1863,
THE TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF MAY 1863.
Second Volume of the Session.
23 PATERNOSTER ROW [E.C.]
CEEDINGS," AND THE COMMONS' “VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS,”
LORDS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27.
-Corrupt Practices at Elections * (No. 62). Amendment [26 & 27 Vict., c. 5]; Con-
mentation of Benefices (No. 59).
Vict., c. 6); Malt Duty [26 & 27 Vict.,
3]; Union Relief Aid Act (1862) Con-
tinuance [26 & 27 Vict., c. 7]; Tobacco
tion (Ireland) (No. 57); and passed.
(INDIA)- Address for “Copy of the Instructions recently sent to the
agreed to :- Answer, Earl Granville
DUBLIN METROPOLITAN RAILWAY BILL-Question, The Marquess of Clanricarde;
Answer, Earl Granville
Her Majesty for a Return showing the Number of Rewards offered by
details connected with that subject:" (The Earl of Leitrim.)
“ The Guardians of any Union shall appoint a Person, with such Qualifications as the
Registrar-General may by any general Rule declare to be necessary, to be Registrar of
shall forthwith fill up the vacancy :” (The Earl of Bandon.)
THE STALEYBRIDGE RIots—THE MAnsion HOUSE COMMITTEE—Question, Colonel
Wilson Patten ; Answer, Sir George Grey
(Mr. Alderman Cubitt.)
Answer, Lord Clarence Paget
Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer
Answer, Sir George Grey..
IRON-PLATED SHIPg-Question, Sir James Elphinstone ; Answer, Lord Cla-
Monday the 13th of April:"-(Viscount Palmerston :)-
nation, Mr. Alderman Cubitt; Answer, Sir George Grey
UNITED STATES—THE FOREIGN ENLISTMENT ACT-Question, Mr. W. E.
Forster; and long Debate thereon ..
SEIZURE OF THE “PETERHOFF"_Observations, Mr. Seymour Fitzgerald
GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTH WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA--Observations,
Mr. Vansittart; Reply, Sir Charles Wood
After Debate, Motion agreed to.
Question proposed, " That £6,741 stand part of the Resolution."
Amendment, by leave, withdrawn :-Resolution agreed to.
COMMONS, MONDAY, APRIL 13.