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Royal Irish Constabulary And Dublin Metropolitan Police Bill

Volume 220: debated on Monday 6 July 1874

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On Motion of Sir MICHAEL HICKS-BEACH, Bill to amend the Laws relating to the Royal Irish Constabulary and the Police of the Police District of Dublin Metropolis, ordered to be brought in by Sir MICHAEL HICKS-BEACH and Mr. ATTORNEY GENERAL for IRELAND.

Bill presented, and read the first time. [Bill 196.]

House adjourned at a quarter after One o'clock.