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House Of Commons

Volume 203: debated on Tuesday 12 July 1870

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Tuesday, 12th July, 1870.

MINUTES.]—NEW WRIT ISSUED— For Brecknock, v. Lord Hyde, now Earl of Clarendon.

PUBLIC BILLS — OrderedFirst Reading — National Debt* [213]; Forgery* [214]; Statute Law Revision* [215].

Select Committee—Factories and Workshops* [150], nominated.

Report of Select Committee—Pilotage [No. 349.]

Committee — Party Processions (Ireland) [26,] put off; Suburban Commons* [41], deferred.

CommitteeReport—Absconding Debtors * [172],

Report—Local Government Supplemental (No. 2)* [171–212].

Third Reading—Extradition * [138]; Telegraph Acts Extension* [196]; New Zealand (Guarantee of Loan)* [190]; Paupers Conveyance (Expenses)* [193]; Sugar Duties (Isle of Man)* [203]; Clerical Disabilities * [49], and passed.

The House met at Two of the clock.