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House Of Commons

Volume 220: debated on Friday 26 June 1874

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Friday, 26th June, 1874.

MINUTES.]—NEW WRIT ISSUED— For Launceston, v. James Henry Deakin, esquire, void Election.

SELECT COMMITTEE— Report—Public Accounts [No. 242]; Explosive Substances [No. 243]; Jury System (Ireland) [No. 244].

SUPPLY— considered in Committee—Committee—R.P.

PUBLIC BILLS— First Reading—County Courts * [175]; Public Worship Regulation* [176]; Powers Law Amendment* [177]; Customs (Isle of Man)* [178].

Select Committee—Merchant Ships (Measurement of Tonnage) * [148], Mr. Puleston and Mr. Macgregor added.

Report—Colonial Clergy* [125–173].

Considered as amended—Civil Bill Courts (Ireland) * [152–174].

Third Reading—Courts (Straits Settlements) * [126], and passed.