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PARLIAMENTARY

D E B A TES:

Third Series;

COMMENCING WITH THE ACCESSION OF

WILLIAM IV.

go & 9° VICTORIÆ, 1845.

VOL. LXXXII.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM

THE FOURTH DAY OF JULY,

TO

THE NINTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1845.

Sixth and Last Holume of the Session.

LONDON:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED FOR MR. HANSARD, BY G. WOODFALL AND SON, ANGEL COURT, SKINNER STREET.

AND BY

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1845.

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July 8. The Advocate General of Bengal-Question

121

Medical Charities in Ireland Presentation of Petitions

123

10. Privilege - Motion of the Lord Chancellor for the Appointment

of a Select Committee, to take into consideration the Petition

of Thomas Baker, of · Albion House, Hammersmith-Amend-

ment moved by Lord Campbell, “ That the Plaintiff and his

Attorney be summoned to appear at the Bar of this House to-

morrow at five o'clock.”—Amendment negatived— Motion

agreed to, and Committee nominated

292

Forgery of Names in Railway Deeds-Appointment of Select

Committee

304

Documentary Evidence Bill-House in Committee

306

Free Church of Scotland - Presentation of Petitions

307

New Zealand - Presentation of a Petition

312

Foreign Lotteries Bill—The Second Reading of the Bill

319

11. Report of Select Committee appointed to search for Precedents

in reference to the Petition of Thomas Baker for Protection 384

Railways and the Board of Trade--Minute of the Lords of the

Committee of Privy Council for Trade, dated the 10th day of

July, relative to the constitution and mode of Proceedings of

the Railway Department of the Board of Trade -- Report to

be printed

388

Railway and other Bills - Adjourned Debate on Amendments

moved in Third Resolution resumed-Debate thereon further

adjourned

390

14. Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Commission-- Proposed Mea-
sures-Explanation

430
Breach of Privilege-Order of the Day for the attendance of

Peter Taite Harbin and John Harlow read--Examination
of Witnesses-John Harlow and Peter Taite Harbin having
been, on the separate Motions of the Lord Chancellor, de-
clared to have been guilty of a Breach of the Privileges of
this House, it was Ordered that they be committed for said
Offence to the Custody of the Gentleman Usher of the Black
Rod until the further Order of this House

431

Costs in Local and Personal Bills – The First Reading of the

Bill

468

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July 17. Waste Lands (Australia) Bill — The Second Reading of the Bill 663

19. Foreign Lotteries Bill—The Third Reading of the Bill

666

Field Gardens' Bill — The Second Reading of the Bill

666

21. Peninsular Officers, Presentation of a Petition

717

Colleges (Ireland) Bill — The Second Reading of the Bill

729

22. Scottish Universities - Presentation of Petitions

871

Breach of Privilege-Irish Great Western Railway-State-

ment of Lord Brougham relating to a certain Breach of Pri.

vilege-Discussion respecting-Further Discussion adjourned

till Thursday

872

Colleges (Ireland) Bill— House in Committee

887

24. Guildford and Chichester Railway-Presentation of Petitions 1025

Irish Great Western Railway Bill-Privilege-Report of Select

Committee ordered to be considered to-morrow-Notice of

Motion by Earl of Besborough

1026

Address to Her Majesty—The New Houses of Parliament,

Motion of Lord Brougham, “ That an humble Address be Pre-

sented to Her Majesty, praying that She would be graciously

pleased to give the necessary Directions for having the New

Houses of Parliament ready for the reception of this House at

the beginning of the next Session"- Motion Resolved in the

Negalive

... 1033

Lunatic Asylums and Pauper Lunatics—The Second Reading of

the Bill - Message from the House of Commons relating to the
Expunging of a Clause which had accidentally and erroneously
been inserted in the Bill - Motion of Lord Wharncliffe, “ That
the Proceedings already had in the said Lunatic Asylums and
Pauper Lunatics Bill be vacated, inasmuch as it appears, by
The Message of the Commons of this day, that the Bill as sent
up to this House was not the Bill which had been agreed to

by the Commons"--Motion agreed to-Bill read a First Time 1034

Commons' Enclosure Bill— The Second Reading of the Bill ... 1036

25. Privilege- Presentation of a Petition

1078

Irish Great Western Railway Bill — Presentation of a Petition-

Motion of the Earl of Besborough, “That the further con-

sideration of the Bill of the Irish Great Western Railway

Company for the construction of a Railway from Dublin to

Galway be put off to this day Three Months”-Debate Ad-

journed

1079

Lunatic Asylums and Pauper Lunatics Bill— The Second Read-

ing of the Bill-On Motion that the Bill be committed to a

Committee of the whole House—Amendment proposed by

Lord Beaumont that the Bill be referred to a Select Commit-

tee - Resolved in the Affirmative

1085

Criminal Law-Eighth Report of the Commissioners on the

Criminal Law - Report Ordered to lie on the Table

1085

28. Deceased Peers-Lord Campbell's Motion for rescinding the

Standing Order (No. 113) relating to Deceased Peers - Mo-

tion agreed to

1131

Commons' Enclosure Bill-House in Committee

1134

Poor Law Amendment (Scotland) Bill-House in Committee -

Bill Reported

1135

29. Irish Great Western Railway Bill--- Adjourned Debate on Mo-

tion of the Earl of Besborough-Resolved in the Affirmative

- Further consideration of the Bill put off for Three Months 1171

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