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FRIDAY.—MARCH 10TH.

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WEDNESDAY. HorSE OF COMMONS.âMr M'Coan moved the second reading of a bill to assimilate the municipal franchise of Ireland to that of England. Mr Forster accepted the principle of the bill, but reserved to the Government v,he right to amend its details in committee. The motion was agreed to Mr Findlater moved the second reading of the County Courts (Ireland) Bil,, which proposes to give judges of assize; powc to hear appeals in equity, and aft:-r some remarks by Mr Gibson and the Attorney General for Ireland, the debate was adjourned to the 15th April. Mr Monk's Judg- mCiJts (Inferior Courts) Bill, which proposes to render judgments iu aay one part of the United Kingdem valid in any other part, was read a second time. Mr Findlater moved the second reading of a bil! designed to relieve the congested state of the Irish Land Court, and to faciliate the purchase clauses of the act. The bill proposed that when notice for the fixing of a fair rent was lodged with the court, instead of going on with the matter as a contentious suit, the court, of its own motion, should send two valuers attachE d to the court, to value the property, and then upon their valuation sheuld be fixed the judicial rent. At present there were nearly 70,000 cases awaiting the decision of the court, and the hon. member argued that this was sufficient warrant for the legislation which he proposed.

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