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Viscount Gough (Gun Metal For Statue)

Volume 203: debated on Friday 29 July 1870

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Her Majesty's Answer To Address

reported Her Majesty's Answer to Address [27th July] as follows:—

I have received your Address praying that I will direct that sufficient Gun Metal be issued for the construction of the Statue about to be erected in Dublin to commemorate the services of the late Field Marshal Viscount Gough, and assuring me that you will make good the cost of the same:
And I have given directions in accordance with the purpose of your Address.

Truck Acts Bill

On Motion of Mr. Secretary BRUCE, Bill for facilitating in certain cases the proceedings of Commissioners to be appointed to make inquiry respecting the operation of the Truck Acts and alleged offences against those Acts, ordered to be brought in by Mr. Secretary BRUCE and Mr. KNATCHBULL-HUGESSEN.

Bill presented, and read the first time. [Bill 252.]

Expiring Laws Bill

On Motion of Mr. STANSFELD, Bill to continue various Expiring Laws, ordered to be brought in by Mr. STANSFELD and Mr. ATTORNEY GENERAL.

Bill presented, and read the first time. [Bill 253.]

Sanitary Act (Dublin) Amendment Bill

On Motion of Mr. STANSFELD, Bill amending the Sanitary Act (1866) so far as relates to the City of Dublin, ordered to be brought in by Mr. STANSFELD and Mr. SOLICITOR GENERAL for IRELAND.

Bill presented, and read the first time. [Bill 254.]

House adjourned at a quarter after Two o'clock, till Monday next.