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HANSARD'S

PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES,

THIRD SERIES.

COMMENCING WITH THE ACCESSION OF

WILLIAM IV.

29° VICTORIÆ, 1866.

VOL. CLXXXIII.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM

THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF APRIL 1866,

TO

THE SEVENTH DAY OF JUNE 1866.

Third Volume of the session.

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

23, PATERNOSTER ROW [E.C.]

LONDON : PRINTED BY CORNELIUS BUCK, 23, PATERNOSTER ROW.

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is not duly elected a Burgess to serve in this present Parliament for the Borough of

Northallerton. That the last Election for the said Borough is a void Election. And the

said Determinations were ordered to be entered in the Journals of this House

House further informed of certain Resolutions of the Committee

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WAKEFIELD ELECTION

House informed, that the Committee had determined, -That William Henry Leatham, esquire,

is duly elected a Burgess to serve in this present Parliament for the Borough of Wake-

field. And the said Determination was ordered to be entered in the Journals of

this House,

House further informed of certain Resolutions of the Committee

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King's COUNTY ELECTION-

Ilouse informed, that the Committee had determined,,That Sir Patrick O'Brien, baronet,

is duly elected a Knight of the Shire to serve in this present Parliament for the King's

County, and the said Determination was ordered to be entered in the Journals of this

llouse

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IRELAND-OFFICIAL OATis-Question, Mr. Maguire ; Answer, Mr. C. Fortescue 160

METROPOLITAN POOR-GUARDIANS OF CLERKENWELL Question, Mr. Kinnaird ;

Answer, Mr. C. P. Villiers

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TRAFFIC IN THE METROPOLIS - Question, Mr. Owen Stanley; Answer, Sir

George Grey

161

RECIPROCITY TREATIES—Question, Mr. Layard ; Answer, Mr. Watkin

162

Oaths of MEMBERS —On Motion of Sir George Grey

Resolved, That Members may take and subscribe the Oath required by Law, at any time

during the sitting of the House, before the Orders of the Day and Notices of Motions have

been entered upon, or after they have been disposed of ; but no debate or business shall

be interrupted for that purpose,-(Sir George Grey)

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Ordered, That the said Resolution be a Standing Order of this blouse.
Standing Order of the 15th day of August 1860, relative to the swearing of persons

professing the Jewish Religion, read, and repealed.

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILL— Ministerial Statement, The Chancellor

of the Exchequer

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Mored, That this House do now adjourn,''-(Mr. E. P. Bouverie)

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After debate, Motion, by leave, withdrawn.

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

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

SATURDAY Half-HOLIDAY FOR THE CIVIL SERVICE- Question, Mr. O'Reilly;

Answer, Mr. Childers

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The Irish MILITIA—Question, General Dunne; Answer, Mr. Chichester

Fortescue:-Discussion thereon

177

The New Law COURTS — Question, Mr. Bentinck; Answer, Mr. Cowper 180
Motion, " That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair," agreed to.

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CLASS II.-SALARIES AND EXPENSES OF PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS.

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(15.) £53,421, to complete the sum for the (36.) £28,866, to complete the sum for the

Houses of Parliament. - After short de-

Audit Office. After short debate, Vote

bate, Vote agreed to

196 agreed to

199

(16.) £38,432, to complete the sum for the (37.) £14,107, to complete the surn for the

Treasury.

Copyhold, Tithe, and Inclosure Commis-

(17.) £19,471, to complete the sum for the sion.- After short debate, Vote agreed to 199

Ilome Office.

(38.) £8,890, to complete the sum for In-

(18.) £47,840, to complete the sum for the closure and Drainage Acts, Imprest Ex-

Foreign Office.

penses.

(19.) £23,124, to complete the sum for the

(39.) £49,796, to complete the sum for the

Colonial Office.

General Register Offices.

(20.) £14,739, to complete the sum for the (40.) £11,253, to complete the sum for the

Privy Council Office.

National Debt Office.

(21.) £48,285, to complete the sum for the (41.) £2,935, to complete the sum for Pub.

Board of Trade, &c.

lic Works Loan and West India Islands

(22.) £1,938, to complete the sum for the

Relief Commissions.

Privy Seal Office.

(42.) £9,735, to complete the sum for

(23.) £6,007, to complete the sum for the Lunacy Commissions, &c.- After short

Civil Service Commission.

debate, Vote agreed to

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(24.) £14,558, to complete the sum for the (43.) £223, to complete the sum for the

Paymaster General's Office.

Superintendent of Roads, South Wales.-

(25.) £3,558, to complete the sum for the After short debate, Vote agreed to 200

Exchequer (London).

(44.) £1,404, to complete the sum for

(26.) £24,226, to complete the sum for Registrars of Friendly Societies.- After

Office of Works and Public Buildings.

short debate, Vote agreed to

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(27.) £20,815, to complete the sum for Office (45.) £13,673, to complete the sum for the

of Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues.-

Charity Commission.-After short debate,

After short debate, Vote agreed to

198 Vote agreed to

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(28.) £16,119, to complete the sum for the (46.) £4,835, to complete the sum for tho

Public Record Office.

Local Government Act Office, &c.

(29.) £222,984, to complete the sum for the (47.) £1,399, to complete the sum for the

Poor Law Commissions. After short de-

Landed Estates Record Offices, London

bate, Vote agreed to

198

and Dublin

202

(30.) £36,182, to complete the sum for the (48.) £444, to complete the sum for the

Mint, including Coinage.

Quarantine Establishment.- After short

(31.) £29,462, to complete the sum for debate, Vote agreed to ..

203

Inspectors of Factories, Fisheries, &c. (49.) £24,000, to complete the sum for

(32.) £4,242, to complete the sum for Secret Service.- After short debate, Vote

Exchequer and other Offices in Scotland.

agreed to

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(33.) £4,413, to complete the sum for (50.) £267,087, to complete the sum for

Household the Lord Lieutenant, Ire-

Printing and Stationery. After

land.

debate, Vote agreed to

207

(34.) £11,667, to complete the sum for the (51.) £113,020, to complete the sum for
Chief Secretary, Ireland, Offices.

Postage of Public Departments.
(35.) £17,906, to complete the sum for the

Office of Public Works, Ireland,

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