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Ballot at Municipal ElectionsMotion That leave be given to bring in a Bill
141
Chinese Immigrants in Australia Question Mr MarshAnswer
193
Ayes 247 Noes 62 Majority 185 196
221
The Chief Constable for East Suffolk Question Mr G W Bentinck Answer
235
Roman Catholic Prisonersconsidered in Committee 61
263
TUESDAY JUNE 3
277
Duchy of Cornwall Lands Completion of Arrangements Bill
289
Poor Law ScotlandQuestion Mr MacEvoyAnswer Sir William Dunbar
291
THURSDAY June 5
393
State of IrelandQuestion Mr ScullyAnswer Sir Robert Peel 410
409
SUPPLYCivil Service Estimatescontinued
441
Inclosure Bill Bill 50read 3 and passed 530
529
United States The Civil WarProclamation of General Butler Question
533
Scotland Board of Supervision for the Relief of the PoorRoman Catholic
537
United StatesThe Civil WarOffer of MediationQuestion Mr Hopgood
543
County Surveyors Ireland BillCommitteecontinued
561
Poor Relief Ireland No 2 Bill Sir Robert Peel Bill 15considered
621
MONDAY JUNE 16
625
New Zealand Bill H L No 1047Moved That the Bill be now read 2
633
Omnibus Fares Question Mr DawsonAnswer Sir George Grey 636
635
TUESDAY JUNE 17
667
Lunacy Scotland BillCommitteecontinued
673
Channel IslandsMotion
689
Clergy Relief BillCommitteecontinued
703
98
711
THURSDAY JUNE 19
719
The Army in Canada Question Colonel W StuartAnswer Sir George Lewis
731
Merchant Shipping Acts c Amendment BillConsiderationcontinued
747
Bombardment of BelgradeQuestion Mr Darby Griffith Answer Mr Layard 806
807
SupplyThe British Star Newspaper Amendment Mr Maguirecontinued
823
MONDAY JUNE 23
861
Exchequer
867
Petroleum Bill Bill 154considered in CommitteeBill reported
963

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