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J. G. & F. RIVINGTON;
J. BOOTH; J. BOOKER; J. RODWELL; E. LLOYD; SHERWOOD, GILBERT,
MEETING of Parliament-Discussions in the House of Commons on the
choice of a Speaker-Re-election of Mr. Manners Sutton-King's Speech
New Regulations for the business of the House proposed and adopted-
Bill for the Suppression of Disturbances in Ireland introduced into the
House of Lords-Explanation of its provisions, and Description of the state of Ireland, by Earl Grey-The Bill passes the Lords without opposition—In the Commons, the first reading of the Bill met by an Amendment for a fortnight's Delay—Debate of six days—Speeches of Lord Althorp—Mr. Grote-Mr. Stanley—Sir Robert Peel-Mr. O'Connell—Division on the first Reading—Ainendment, that the Bill was unnecessary, moved against the second reading, and lost-Opposition to the Bill going into Committee-Proceedings and Discussions in the Committee, and alterations introduced into the Bill-Bill passed-Discussions in the House of Peers on the Alterations made in the Bill-Bill for changing the place of Trial for offences in Ireland-Application of the Coercion Act-Mr. Stanley resigns the office of Secretary for Ireland, and is made Secretary for the Colonies.
Bill for regulating the Irish Church, introduced into the House of Con
-Ministers refuse a delay of a week between the bringing in of the Bill and the Second Reading—Second Reading opposed, on the ground that the Bill, being a Tax Bill, ought to have originated in a Committee of the whole House-Committee appointed to report on this question, and reports against the Bill-Resolutions agreed to, and Bill read a first time-Question, whether it could be read a second time without a Royal Message--Debate on the Second Reading-Second Reading carried-Instruction moved, to take away all the Temporalities of the Irish Church, rejected—In Committee, Motion to exclude the Irish bishops from Parliament-Ministers abandon the provision for applying part of the funds to purposes not ecclesiastical-Debate thereon, and omission of the Clause, -Carried—Bill passed, the Irish Opposition Members now voting against it-Motion for a call of the House on the day of the Second Reading of the Bill in the House of Lords, opposed by Ministers, and lost.