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Government of India Act Amendment Bill (No. 62)—
Moved, "That the Bill be now read 2a,"—(The Duke of Argyll)
After short debate, Motion agreed to :-Bill read 2a accordingly, and com-
mitted to a Committee of the Whole House on Thursday next.
Amendment proposed, to leave out from the word "That," to the end of
the Question, in order to add the words "this House will, upon this day
six months, resolve itself into the said Committee,”—(Dr. Brewer,)—
Question proposed, "That the words proposed to be left out stand part
of the Question: "-After short debate, Amendment, by leave, with-
COMMONS, FRIDAY, APRIL 30.
ARMY_ORDNANCE SURVEY - Question, Mr. A. Johnston ; Answer, Mr.
IRELAND — IMPROPRIATE TITHE RENT-CHARGE — Question, Mr. Charley;
Answer, Mr. Gladstone
CORRUPT PRACTICES COMMISSIONS—Question, Lord Henry Thynne; Answer,
The Attorney General
PARLIAMENT BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE–MORNING SITTINGS-RESOLUTIONS-
Question, Lord Claud Hamilton ; Answer, Mr. Gladstone
Moved, That, unless the House shall otherwise order, whenever the House shall meet at
Two o'clock, the House will proceed with Private Business, Petitions, Motions for unop-
posed Returns, and leave of absence to Members, giving Notices of Motions, Questions
to Ministers, and such Orders of the Day as shall have been appointed for the Morning
That on such days, if the business be not sooner disposed of, the House will suspend
its sitting at Seven o'clock ; and at Ten minutes before Seven o'clock, unless the House
shall otherwise order, Mr. Speaker shall adjourn the Debate on any business then under
discussion, or the Chairman shall report Progress, as the case may be, and no opposed
business shall then be proceeded with.
That when such business has not been disposed of at Seven o'clock, unless the House
shall otherwise order, Mr. Speaker (or the Chairman, in case the House shall be in
Committee) do leave the Chair, and the Houso will resume its sitting at Nine o'clock,
when the Orders of the Day not disposed of at the Morning Sitting, and any Motion
which was under discussion at Ten minutes to Seven o'clock, shall be set down in the
Order Book after the other Orders of the Day.
That whenever the House shall be in Committee at Seven o'clock, the Chairman do
report Progress when the House resumes its sitting, (Mr. Gladstone.)
After short debate, Resolutions agreed to.
SUPPLY-Order for Committee read; Motion made, and Question proposed,
“That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair:
STATE OF IRELAND-Observations, Mr. Graves; Reply, Mr. Chichester
THE O'FARRELL PAPERS - Question, Mr. Newdegate ; Answer, Mr.
Gladstone :-Long debate thereon
GAME Laws (SCOTLAND)—MOTION FOR A ROYAL COMMISSION-
To leave out from the word " That” to the end of the Question, in order to add the
words “the question of the Game Laws in Scotland be referred to a Royal Com.
mission,”—(Sir James Elphinstone,)-instead thereof
Question proposed, “That the words proposed to be left out stand part
of the Question."
Moved, " That the Debate be now adjourned,"-(Mr. Robertson :)-Motion,
by leave, withdrawn.
Question again proposed, “That the words proposed to be left out stand
part of the Question :"-After short debate, Amendment and Original
Question, by leave, withdrawn :-Committee deferred till Monday next.
PARLIAMENT—YOUGHAL ELECTION—MOTION FOR A NEW WRIT-
Moved, “That Mr. Speaker do issue his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown in Ireland
to make out a new Writ for the electing of a Burgess to serve in this present Parlia-
ment for the Borough of Youghal, in the room of Christopher Weguelin, esquire,
whose Election has been determined to be void,"-(Mr. Glyn)
To leave out from the word “That” to the end of the Question, in order to add
the words “the issuing of a new Writ for Youghal be postponed until the Minutes of
Evidence taken on the Election Petition be printed,”-(Mr. Collins.)
After short debate, Question put, “That the words proposed to be left
out stand part of the Question :"--The House divided ; Ayes 102,
Noes 70; Majority 32 :-Main Question put, and agreed to.
The Right Hon. Sir John Laird Mair Lawrence, baronet, G.C.B., G.C.S.I., Baron Lawrence of the Punjaub and of Grately in the county of Southampton. FRIDAY, APRIL 23.
The Right Hon. Sir James Plaisted Wilde, knight, Baron Penzance of Penzance in the county of Cornwall.
The Viscount Gough, after the Death of his Father.
The Earl De La Warr, after the Death of his Father.
The Lord Cloncurry, after the Death of his Father.
The Earl Ferrers, after the Death of his Father.
For Sussex (Western Division), v. The Hon. Henry Wyndham, called up to the House of Peers.
For Brecknock Borough, v. Howel Gwyn, esquire, void Election.
Dumfries County-Major George Gustavus Walker.
Hereford City-Colonel Edward Clive, and Chandos Wren Hoskyne, esquire.
Blackburn-Henry Master Feilden, esquire, and Edward Kenworthy Hornby,
Wareham-John Samuel Wanley Sawbridge Erle Drax, esquire.