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House Of Commons

Volume 202: debated on Wednesday 6 July 1870

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Wednesday, 6th July, 1870.

MINUTES.]—NEW WRIT ISSUED— For Norwich v. Sir Henry Josias Stracey, baronet, void Election.

SELECT COMMITTEE—Army (Colonels), nominated.

PUBLIC BILLS— Resolution in Committee—Annuity Tax Abolition (Edinburgh and Montrose, &c.) Act (1860) Amendment [Consolidated Fund] * .

OrderedFirst Reading—Habitual Drunkards * [197]; Pedlars' Certificates * [199]; Vestries (Isle of Man) * [198]; Public Schools Act (1868) Amendment * [200].

First Reading—Sewage Utilization Supplemental * [201]; Sequestration * [202].

Second Reading—Poaching Prevention Act Repeal [93], negatived; Sunday Trading [68]; Shipping Dues Exemption Act (1867) Amendment * [194]; Consolidated Fund (£9,000,000) * .

Committee—Juries ( re-comm.) * [182]—R.P.

Considered as amended—Wages Arrestment Limitation (Scotland) * [118].

Third Reading—Pier and Harbour Orders Confirmation (No. 2) * [178], and passed.

Withdrawn—Vaccination Act (1867) Amendment * [126].