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HANSARD'S

PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES.

THIRD SERIES,

COMMENCING WITH THE ACCESSION OF

WILLIAM IV.

2 6° VICTORIÆ, 18 6 3.

VOL. CLXX.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM ·

THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF MARCH 1863,

TO

THE TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF MAY 1863.

Second Volume of the Session.

LONDON:
PUBLISHED BY CORNELIUS BUCK,
AT THE OFFICE FOR HANSARD'S PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES,

23 PATERNOSTER ROW [E.C.]

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CEEDINGS," AND THE COMMONS' “VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS,”
IN RELATION TO THE PUBLIC BUSINESS OF THE SESSION.

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LORDS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27.
MINUTES.]—PUBLIC Bills-First Reading Royal Assent– Naval Coast Volunteers Act

-Corrupt Practices at Elections * (No. 62). Amendment [26 & 27 Vict., c. 5]; Con-

Second Reading - Marine Mutiny * ; Aug-

solidated Fund (£10,000,000) [26 & 27

mentation of Benefices (No. 59).

Vict., c. 6); Malt Duty [26 & 27 Vict.,
Report-Post Office Savings Banks * (No. 47).

3]; Union Relief Aid Act (1862) Con-

tinuance [26 & 27 Vict., c. 7]; Tobacco
Third ReadingBirths and Deaths Registra- Duties (26 & 27 Vict., c. 4].

tion (Ireland) (No. 57); and passed.
East INDIA (SALE OF WASTE LANDS, &c., INSTRUCTIONS)-LAW OF CONTRACTS

(INDIA)- Address for “Copy of the Instructions recently sent to the
Governor General of India in Council, respecting the Sale of Waste Lands,
the Redemption of Land Revenue, and the Extension of the Permanent
Settlement;” (The Marques8 of Clanricarde ;) and Question :--Motion

agreed to :- Answer, Earl Granville

DISTURBANCES IN IRELAND-Question, The Earl of Bandon; Answer, Earl

Granville

DUBLIN METROPOLITAN RAILWAY BILL-Question, The Marquess of Clanricarde;

Answer, Earl Granville
POLICE REWARDS (IRELAND)-Motion, "That an humble Address be presented to

Her Majesty for a Return showing the Number of Rewards offered by
Officers of Police in each County in Ireland during the year 1860;' and of

details connected with that subject:" (The Earl of Leitrim.)
After short Debate, Motion postponed.

Births and Deaths Registration (Ireland) Bill (No. 57)-

Bill read 3* (according to Order).

Amendment moved, to Clause 23—

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
Births and Deaths in each District, and in any case of Vacancy in the office of Registrar

shall forthwith fill up the vacancy :” (The Earl of Bandon.)

After Debate, Amendment (by leave of the House) withdrawn.

Bill passed, and sent to the Commons.

VOL. CLXX. (THIRD SERIES.]

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COMMONS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27.

MINUTES.)-SUPPLY—considered in Com- | Public Bills-Resolution in Committee-

mittee ; Resolutions (March 26) reported.

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Savings Banks Acts.

THE STALEYBRIDGE RIots—THE MAnsion HOUSE COMMITTEE—Question, Colonel

Wilson Patten ; Answer, Sir George Grey
Motion made, and Question proposed, " That this House do now adjourn.".

(Mr. Alderman Cubitt.)
After Debate, Question put, and negatived.
THE NAVAL COMMAND IN THE MEDITERRANEAN Question, Sir John Hay ;

Answer, Lord Clarence Paget
THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION BUILDING - Question, Mr. Henry Seymour;

Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer
BARRACK-MASTERS—Question, Colonel French; Answer, Sir George Lewis
EDUCATION REPORTS—Question, Sir John Pakington; Answer, Mr. Lowe
SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS IN DUBLIN-Question, Lord Naas; Answer, Mr. Peel..
CONCENTRATION OF THE COURTS OF JUSTICE-Question, Mr. Arthur Mills;

Answer, Sir George Grey..

GENERALS OF THE ROYAL ENGINEERS—Question, General Lindsay; Answer,

Sir George Lewis

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN TURKEY-Question Mr. Ayrton; Answer, Mr.

Layard

MACHINERY IN Cotton Mills-Question, Lord John Manners; Answer, Sir

George Grey

IRON-PLATED SHIPg-Question, Sir James Elphinstone ; Answer, Lord Cla-

rence Paget
THE EASTER RECESS-Motion, " That the House at its rising do adjourn till

Monday the 13th of April:"-(Viscount Palmerston :)-
THE STALEYBRIDGE R10T8—THE MANSION HOUSE COMMITTEE—Expla-

nation, Mr. Alderman Cubitt; Answer, Sir George Grey

AFFAIRS OF POLAND-Observations, Mr. Hennessy

Reply, Viscount Palmerston

UNITED STATES—THE FOREIGN ENLISTMENT ACT-Question, Mr. W. E.

Forster; and long Debate thereon ..

Answer, The Solicitor General, 43; Viscount Palmerston

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SEIZURE OF THE “PETERHOFF"_Observations, Mr. Seymour Fitzgerald
Answer, Mr. Layard

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RUSSIA AND POLAND—Question, Mr. Darby Griffith

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Answer, Mr. Layard

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GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTH WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA--Observations,

Mr. Vansittart; Reply, Sir Charles Wood
Motion agreed to :—House at rising to adjourn till Monday 13th April.

SUPPLY-Order for Committee read; Motion made, and Question proposed,

“That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair:"-

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BURTON, THE CHATHAM MURDERER—Question, Mr. Blake; Answer, Sir

George Grey

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Motion agreed to ;-

SUPPLY considered in Committee.

Committee report Progress; to sit again on Monday 13th April.

SAVINGS BANKS ACTS-

Savings Banks Acts considered in Committee:-

(In the Committee.)

Resolution,

“ That it is expedient to amend the Laws relating to the investment of the monies of Savings

Banks, established under the Act 9 Geo. 4, c. 92, to create a charge for such Savings

Banks upon the Consolidated Fund in place of certain perpetual Annuities now stand.

ing in the names of the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt for such

Savings Banks, to give powers for converting certain other amounts of such perpetual

Annuities into certain other Annuities, and to provide for the due payment out of the

Consolidated Fund of any deficiency which may arise from insufficiency of the securities

to meet the legal claims of the Trustees of such Savings Banks."-(Mr. Chancellor of

the Exchequer.)

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After Debate, Motion agreed to.
Resolution to be reported on Monday 13th April.

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