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her Majesty's government in respect to the affairs of Egypt and the Soudan, regrets the decision of her Majesty's government to employ the forces of the Crown for the overthrow of the power of the Mahdi," instead thereof;

And the question being put, "That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the question; "—it passed in the negative.

And the question being proposed, "That the words,' this house, while refraining from expressing an opinion on the policy pursued by her Majesty's government in respect to the affairs of Egypt and the Soudan, regrets the decision of her Majesty's government to employ the forces of the Crown for the overthrow of tho power of the Mahdi,' be added to the word ' That' in the main question;"

An amendment was proposed to be made to the said proposed amendment, by leaving out from the word " this " to the end thereof, in order to add the words, "government has failed to indicate any policy in reference to Egypt aud the Soudan which justifies the confidence of this house or the country."

And the question being put," That tho words proposed to be left out stand part of the said proposed amendment;"—it passed in the negative.

And the question being put, "That the words, 'government has failed to indicate any policy in reference to Egypt and the Soudan which justifies the confidence of this house or the country,' be there added;"—it passed in the negative.

The original question was thus left, reduced to the initial word "That" (see "questions mutilated by amendments," p. 292).

An Amendment Was Tboposed to be made to the Bill, in page 3,148 C. J. line 21, by inserting after the word "precedents," the words, "and so far ^17> 22nd as respects property without just compensation: Provided that nothing jrn_ in this sub-section shall prevent the Irish Legislature from dealing meat of with any public department, municipal corporation, or local authority, Ireland or with any corporation administering public funds, so far as concerns Bl"such funds:" and the question being proposed, "That those words be there inserted:"

An Amendment was proposed to bo made to tho said proposed amendment, by leaving out from the word " administering " to the end of tho said proposed amendment, and adding the words, "for public purposes, taxes, rates, cess, dues, or tolls, so far as concerns the same:" and tho question being put, "That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the proposed amendment,"—it passed in the negative.

And the question being proposed, "That tho words, 'for public purposes, taxes, rates, cess, dues, or tolls, so far as concerns the same,' be added to the said proposed amendment:" an amendment was proposed to be made to the amendment to the said proposed amendment, by leaving out the words, "so far as concerns the same:" and the question being put, "That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the amendment to the said proposed amendment," it was resolved in the affirmative.

And the question being put, That the words " for public purposes, taxes, rates, cess, dues, or tolls, so far as concerns the same," be added after tho word "administering" in the said proposed amendment: It was resolved in the affirmative.

And the Question being put, That the words " and so far as respects property without just compensation : Provided that nothing in this sub-section shall prevent the Irish Legislature from dealing with any public department, municipal corporation, or local authority, or with any corporation administering for public purposes, taxes, rates, cess, dues, or tolls, so far as concerns the same" be inserted after the word "precedents" in p. 3,1. 21: It was resolved in the affirmative.

IV.

Proclamations Fob The Summons Of Parliament.

Proclamation for assembling Parliament on a Day earlier than that to which it stood Prorogued.

By the Queen.
A Proclamation.

Victoria, R.

Whereas our Parliament stands prorogued to Thursday the fourteenth day of December next; and whereas, for clivers weighty and urgent reasons, it seems to us expedient that our said Parliament shall assemble and be holden sooner than the said day: We do, by and with the advice of our Privy Council, hereby proclaim and give notice of our royal intention and pleasure that our said Parliament, notwithstanding the same now stands prorogued, as hereinbefore mentioned, to the said fourteenth day of December next, shall assemble and be holden for the despatch of divers urgent and important affairs, on Tuesday the twelfth day of December next; and the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, and the Commissioners for Shires and Burghs of the House of Commons, are hereby required and commanded to give their attendance accordingly, at Westminster, on the said twelfth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four.

Given at our Court at Windsor, this twenty-seventh day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, and in the eighteenth year of onr reign.

God save the Queen.

Proclamation for assembling Parliament for the Despatch of Business upon a Day already appointed for its Assembling.

By the Queen.

A Proclamation.

Yictoria, E.

"whereas our Parliament stands prorogued to Thursday the seventeenth day of January next: We, by and with the advice of our Privy Council, hereby issuo our Royal Proclamation, and publish and declare our royal will and pleasure, that the said Parliament shall, on the said Thursday the seventeenth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight, assemble and be holden for the despatch of divers urgent and important affairs; and the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, and the Commissioners for Shires and Burghs of the House of Commons, are hereby required and commanded to give their attendance accordingly at Westminster, on the said Thursday the seventeenth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight.

Given at our Court at Windsor, this twenty-second day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, and in the forty-first year of our reigu.

God save the Queen*.

V.

Forms Of Certificates To Authorize The Speaker To Issue A Warrant For A New Writ During A Recess.

Schedule oflA.Qeo. III. sess. 2, c. 26, and 21 & 22 Vict. c. 110.

We whose names are underwritten, being two members of the House of Commons, do hereby certify that M. P., late a member of the said house, serving as one of the knights of the shire for the county of [or as the case may be] died upon the day of

; or, is become a peer of Great Britain, and that a writ of summons hath been issued under the great seal of Great Britain to summon him to Parliament [as the case may be], or has accepted the office of [as the case may be], and has been gazetted thereto in the Oazette, dated the day of , and has thereby

vacated his seat; and we give you this notice, to the intent that you may issue your warrant to the Clerk of the Crown, to mako out a new writ for the election of a knight to serve in Parliament for the said county of [or as the case may be] in the room of the said M.P.

Given under our hands this day of •

To the Speaker of the House of Commons.

Note.— That in case there shall be no Speaker of the House of Commons, or of his absence out of the realm, such certificate may be addressed to any one of the persons appointed according to the directions of the Act 24 Geo. III.

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