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PA RLI A MENTARY

DEBATES:

FORMING A CONTINUATION OF

“ THE PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF ENGLAND,

FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE

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1833.

April 2. Church Patronage (Wales)-Corrections of former state-

ments

Juries (Ireland)-Bill read a second time-Protest, &c.

3. Chancery Proceedings Billto amend proceedings in Chancery

read a first time

16. Suits at Common Law-Bill introduced by Lord Wynford

ordered to be read a second time six months hence
19. Criminal Law--Question as to the mode of carrying the Act

into execution which compelled the Judges to Transport

certain Criminals for Life--Motion for Returns

22. Colonial Slavery-Returns--Motion for a certain Memorial

presented by the East-India body to Earl Grey-Withdrawn

Stafford Bribery Bill-Motion for the second reading-The

Debate Adjourned

23. Metropolitan Slaughter-Houses--Petition-Complaints of
the Cattle Markets of London

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25. Local Judicatures—Petition against the Local Judicature

Bill

24. Stafford Indemnity--Adjourned Debate--A Committee ap-

pointed, to which the Bill on this subject was referred

Juries (Ireland) Bill-Motion to read it a third time--Amend-

ments proposed-Debate Adjourned

29. Tithes (England)- Petition from Uttoxeter

Juries (Ireland)--Adjourned Debate resumed-Bill read a

third time and passed

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. II. SUBJECTS OF DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

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April 2. Distress-Hand-loom Weavers--Statements of the great Dis-

tress which prevails among this class—Petition
Political Unions-Questions as to Ministers Franking Letters

for these Unions

Poor-Laws (Ireland) - Report of Commissioners on the Poor.

Laws (England)---Necessity of establishing them in Ireland

Church Reform (Ireland) - Resolutions agreed to in Com-

mittee

Military Flogging –Mutiny Bill— Motion by Mr. Hume, that

Flogging in the Army be abolished at home-Amendment,

Divisions, &c.

3. Disfranchisement of Sailors Petition from the Seamen of

Hull, complaining of being Disfranchised by their necessary

Absence
Refining Sugar-Petition--Decay of this business
Business of the House in its early Sittings — Explanation by

the Speaker
Borough of Hertford--Report of the Election Committee
Factories Commission Motion for an Address to the Crown

to appoint such a Commission-Division, &c.

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