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House Of Commons

Volume 203: debated on Tuesday 2 August 1870

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Tuesday, 2nd August, 1870.

MINUTES.]—SUPPLY— considered in Committee—SUPPLEMENTARY ARMY ESTIMATES; Vote of £2,000,000: CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES.

WAYS AND MEANS — considered in Committee—Consolidated Fund (£24,281,493).

PUBLIC BILLS — Second Reading — Inclosure [206]* debate adjourned; Stamp Duties Management * [220].

CommitteeReport—Constabulary (Ireland)* [241]; Meeting of Parliament* [247]; Canada (Guarantee of Loan)* [225]; Stamp Duties ( re-comm.)* [209–250]; Beerhouses* [248]; Passengers Act Amendment * [251].

CommitteeReportConsidered as amendedThird Reading—Post Office* [219], and passed.

Considered as amendedThird Reading—Census (Ireland)* [237], and passed.

Third Reading — Census (Scotland)* [234]; Siam and Straits Settlements Jurisdiction* [232]; Glebe Loans (Ireland) [222]; Corrupt Practices Acts Amendment* [246], and passed,

Withdrawn—Parishioners' Rights* [187].

The House met at Two of the clock.