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TAE LORDS COMMISSIONERS' SPEECH reported.
Address to Her Majesty on the Lords Commissioners' Speech-Resolution for
an humble Address thereon mored by Afr. Ilart Dyke (the Motion being
seconded by Colonel Hogg)
After long debate, Motion agreed to ; and a Committee appointed to draw up
the said Address.
COMMONS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20.
CATTLE PLAGUE-Question, Mr. Read ; Answer, Lord Robert Montagu
ALLEGED SUBMERSION OF TORTOLA Question, Mr. C. Forster; Answer, Mr.
QUEEN'S SPEECI – REPORT OF ADDRESS brought up, and read : After short
debate, agreed to; to be presented by Privy Councillors :-Queen's SPEECI
to be considered To-morrow
Artizans' and Labourers' Dwellings Bill— Ordered (Mr. M'Cullagh Torrens, Mr.
Kinnaird, Mr. Locke); presented, and read the first time [Bill 1]
KITCHEN AND REFRESHMENT Rooms (HOUSE OF Commons) - Standing Committee
appointed and nominated
COMMONS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21.
CONSUL CAMERON—Question, Colonel Sykes ; Answer, Sir John Pakington
CATTLE PLAGUE-Question, Mr. Hodgkinson ; Answer, Lord Robert Montagu
NAVIGATION OF THE THAMES—THE MAIN DRAINAGE OUTFALL—Question, M
Crawford; Answer, Mr. Stephen Cave
ABYSSINIA - TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION WITI TIE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE-
Question, Mr. Crawford ; Answer, Sir Stafford Northcote
ARMY-STAFF APPOINTMENTS-Question, Sir Patrick O'Brien ; Answer, Sir
THE Convict M GUIRE—Question, Mr. Watkin ; Answer, Mr.
SUPPLY-QUEEN'S SPEECH considered.
Motion, “That a Supply be granted to Her Majesty:"-Committee thereupon
Metropolitan Streets Act (1867) Amendment Bill-
Motion for Leave (Mr. Gathorne Hardy)
After short debate, Motion agreed to :-Bill for the Amendment of the
Metropolitan Streets Act (1867) ordered (Mr. Secretary Gathorne Hardy,
Sir James Fergusson); presented, and read the first time (Bill 2.]
FENIAN CONVICTS AT MANCHESTER Observations, Mr. Maguire :--Debate
HER MAJESTY'S ANSWER TO THE ADDRESS reported
PRINTING-Select Committee appointed
COMMONS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22.
Catholic UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND-Question, Mr. Maguire ; Answer, The
Earl of Mayo
BREECI LOADING RIFLES THE ARMY-Questions, Lord Elcho, Mr.
Newdegate; Answers, Sir John Pakington
STORM WARNINGS-Question, Colonel Sykes ; Answer, Mr. Stephen Cave 145
REGENT'S PARK-THE ORNAMENTAL WATER-Question, Mr. Thomas Chambers;
Answer, Lord John Manners
ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION-PURCHASE OF Mules-Question, Captain Vivian ;
Answer, Lord Stanley
SUPPLY-Order of the Day, for a Committee on Motion for Supply, read :-
STATE OF HONDURAS TREATY OF GUARANTEE-Question, Mr. Ayrton;
Answer, Lord Stanley
SUPPLY-Committee on Motion, " That a Supply be granted to Her Majesty :"
-Queen's Speech referred :- Motion considered.
Resolved, “That a Supply be granted to Her Majesty.
Moved, " That the House, at its rising, do adjourn to Monday next."
ARRESTS OF ENGLISHMEN IN FRANCE-Question, Mr. Darby Griffith ; Answer,
Motion agreed to :-House at rising to adjourn to Monday next.
Libel Bill-Ordered (Sir Colman OʻLoghlen, Mr. Baines); presented, and read the first
time (Bill 3]
Drainage and Improvement of Lands (Ireland) Supplemental Bill-Ordered
(Mr. Hunt, Tho Earl of Mayo); presented, and read the first time [Bill 4]
PUBLIC PETITIONS--Select Committee appointed and nominated
COMMONS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25.
TAE PAPAL GOVERNMENT AND MR. Odo RUSSELL—Question, Sir Thomas Lloyd ;
Answer, Lord Stanley
ARMY—THE CURRAGE CAMP-Question, Lord Eustace Cecil ; Answer, Sir John
The Poor Laws—Question, Mr. Candlish; Answer, Mr. Sclater-Booth
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE RITUAL COMMISSION-Question, Mr. Monk ; Answer,
Mr. Gathorne Hardy
THE GIBRALTAR SHIELD Question, General Dunne ; Answer, Sir John
CEETE-Question, Mr. Powell ; Answer, Lord Stanley
CLIFTON AND BEDMINSTER WORKHOUSE INFIRMARIES—Question, Mr. Goschen ;
Answer, Mr. Sclater-Booth
THE BRITISH MUSEUM-Question, Mr. Layard ; Answer, The Chancellor of the
Paris EXHIBITION PURCHASES--Question, Mr. Layard; Auswer, Lord Robert
POSTAGE RATES TO INDIA-Question, Sir H. Rawlinson ; Answer, Mr. Hunt
RATING UNDER TIE REPRESENTATION OF THE People Act-Question, Sir William
Hutt; Answer, The Attorney General
SUPPLY-Resolution, " That a Supply be granted to Her Majesty,” reported,
and agreed to, Nemine Contradicente; Committee appointed for To-morrow.
Metropolitan Streets Act (1867) Amendment Bill [Bill 2]-
Moved, " That the Bill be now read a second time,"-(Mr. Gathorne Hardy)
After short debate, Motion agreed to :-Bill read the second time, and com-
mitted for Thursday.
ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION—Estimate presented,—of the Sum required to be voted
towards defraying the Expenses of the Expedition to Abyssinia beyond the
ordinary Grants of Parliament [by Command); referred to the Committee
of Supply, and to be printed [No. 8]
CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS – Mr. Speaker acquainted the House, that his
Warrant for the appointment of Members to serve on the General Com-
mittee of Elections was upon the Table
Burials (Ireland) Bill-considered in Committee : - Resolution reported : - Bill ordered
(Mr. Monsell, Mr. Sullivan); presented, and read the first time [Bill 5]
Industrial Schools (Ireland) Bill-Ordered (The O'Conor Don, Mr. Monsell, Mr.
Leader); presented, and read the first time [Bill 6]
East London Museum Site Bill-Ordered (Lord Robert Montagu, Lord John Manners,
Mr. Ayrton, Mr. Butler); presented, and read the first time (Bill 7]
COMMONS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26.
ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION BILL - Question, Mr. Norwood; Answer, Mr.
CAPITAL, PUNISHMENT WITHIN PRISONS Bill~Question, Mr. Hibbert; Answer,
Mr. Gathorne Hardy
INCOME Tax in DUDLEY-Question, Mr. H. B. Sheridan ; Answer, Mr. Hunt 17
LIBEL BILL-Question, Mr. Newdegate ; Answer, Sir Colman O’Loghlen
SUPPLY-THE ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION --considered in Committee.
£2,000,000, towards defraying the expenses of the Expedition to Abyssinia,
beyond the ordinary Grants for 1867-8
After long debate, Motion agreed to.
Sales of Reversions Bill-Ordered (Sir Roundell Palmer, Sir Robert Collier); presented,
and read the first time (Bill 8]
Turnpike Trusts Bill — Ordered (Mr. Knatchbull - Hugessen, Mr. George Clive, Mr.
Goldney, Mr. Ayrton); presented, and read the first time (Bill 9]
Railways (Guards' and Passengers' Communication) Bill-Ordered (Mr. Henry
B. Sheridan, Sir Patrick O'Brien)
COMMONS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27.
Libel Bill (Bill 3]-
Moved, “That the Bill be now read a second time,"'-(Sir Colman O’Loghlen) 306
Amendment proposed, to leave out the word “now," and at the end of the
Question to add the words "upon this day fortnight,”—(Mr. Newdegate :)
-Question proposed, " That the word 'now' stand part of the Question :'
-After short debate, Amendment and Motion, by leave, withdrawn:
Second Reading deferred to Wednesday, 12th February.
SUPPLY-Resolution reported, “ That a sum, not exceeding £2,000,000, be
granted to Her Majesty, towards defraying the Expenses of the Expedi-
tion to Abyssinia, beyond the ordinary Grants for 1867-8:"-Resolution
Church Rates Commutation Bill-Ordered (Mr. Newdegate, Colonel Stuart); presented,
and read the first time [Bill 10]
Mines Assessment Bill—Ordered (Mr. Percy Wyndham, Mr. Cavendish Bentinck, Mr.
Henderson); presented, and read the first time (Bill 11]
COMMONS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28.
Spain— DESTRUCTION OF THE “MERMAID ”-Question, Mr. Headlam ; Answer,
TURKEY-ANNEXATION of EPIRUS AND THESSALY TO GREECE Question, Mr.
Baillie Cochrane; Answer, Lord Stanley
ARMY-PERTI BARRACKS-Question, Mr. Bayley Potter; Answer, Sir John
RELATIONS WITH TIE UNITED STATES—Question, Mr. Watkin ; Answer, Lord
Navy-SHEATHING IRON VESSELS—Question, Sir G. Stucley ; Answer, Mr. Corry 330
COMMERCIAL TREATY WITH PORTUGAL — Question, Colonel Barttelot; Answer,
SPIRIT, WINE, AND BEER LICENCES—Question, Mr. Pease; Answer, Mr. G. Hardy 331
Rating OF CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS—Question, Mr. Baines; Answer, Mr. Hunt 331
COAL FIELDS OF GREAT BRITAIN-Question, Mr. Henderson ; Answer, Mr.
COUNTY GAols (IRELAND)—Question, Sir Frederick Heygate ; Answer, The
Earl of Mayo
REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS ON OATis-Question, Mr. Hadfield; Answer, Mr.
POSTAL COMMUNICATION WITH THE UNITED STATES—THE CUNARD CONTRACT -
Question, Mr. Graham ; Answer, Mr. Hunt
IMPORTATION OF FOREIGN CATTLE—Question, Mr. Selwin-Ibbetson ; Answer,
Lord Robert Montagu ..
ARMY_Non-PURCHASE CORPS-REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE — Question,
Mr. Childers; Answer, Sir John Pakington
BANKRUPTCY LAW-Question, Mr. Goschen ; Answer, The Attorney General 336
ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION—CONTRACT WITH MESSRS. WETHERELL-
Motion for an Address (Captain Vivian) ...
After short debate, Motion, by leave, withdrawn.
ARMY-CONVEYANCE OF TROOPS—War DEPARTMENT AND THE INDIA OFFICE-
Questions, Mr. Otway, Mr. Childers, Sir Lawrence Palk; Answers, Sir
John Pakington, Mr. Corry
WAYS AND MEANS considered in Committee-ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION-
FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND RESOLUTION ..
Motion made, and Question proposed,
“ That, towards raising the Supply granted to Her Majesty, in addition to the Rates and
Duties granted by the Act passed in the 30th year of Her Majesty's reign, chapter 23,
for one year, commencing on the 6th day of April, one thousand eight-hundred and
sixty-seven, for and in respect of all property, profits, and gains mentioned and
described as chargeable in the Act passed in the 16th and 17th years of Her
Majesty's reign, chapter 34, for granting to Her Majesty Duties on profits arising
from property, professions, trades, and offices, there shall be charged, collected, and
paid for and in respect of such property, profits, or gains, either by assessment or
otherwise, the following additional Rates and Duties (that is to say): Upon any
assessment made on the annual value or amount of any property, profits, or gains
(except property, profits, and gains chargeable under Schedule (B),) the additional
Rate or Duty of one penny for every twenty shillings of the annual value or amount of
all such property, profits, and gains respectively; and for and in respect of the occupa-
tion of lands, tenements, hereditaments, and heritages chargeable under Schedule (B),
the additional Rate or Duty of one halfpenny in England, and of three-eighths of a
penny in Scotland and Ireland respectively, for every twenty shillings of the annual
value thereof; and such additional Rates and Duties respectively shall be collected
and paid with, and over and above, the second moiety of the Duties assessed or
charged for the said year : Provided always, That, where any dividends, interest, or
other profits or gains becoming due or payable half-yearly are assessed or charged
half-yearly with the Rate or Duty under the said Act of the thirtieth year of Her
Majesty's reign, chapter 23, there shall be charged upon the first assessment or charge
which shall be hereafter made on such dividends, interest, profits, and gains, the
additional Rate or Duty of two pence for every twenty shillings of the half yearly
amount thereof; and where any profits or gains becoming due or payable quarterly
are assessed or charged quarterly with the Rate or Duty under the said Act, there shall
be charged upon the first two quarterly assessments or charges respectively which shall
be hereafter made on such last-mentioned profits and gains, the additional Rate or
Duty of two pence for every twenty shillings of the quarterly amount of such last-
mentioned profits and gains; and the said additional Rates and Duties charged in such
half-yearly and quarterly assessments respectively shall be collected and paid with
and over and above the Rates and Duties assessed or charged therein respectively under
the said Aot,"—(Mr. Hunt.)
After long debate, Resolution agreed to :-Resolution to be reported To-
Resolved, That this House will immediately again resolve itself into the
Committee of Ways and Means.
WAYS AND MEANS considered in Committee.
(In the Committee.)
Resolved, That, towards making good the Supply granted to Her Majesty, the sum of
Two Millions be granted out of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland ..
Resolution to be reported To-morrow ; Committee to sit again To-morrow.
Committee to sit again To-morrow.