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HuUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY.

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HuUSE OF COMMONS.—WEDNESDAY. COL'NTY ELECTIONS LXPENSES BILL, Mr. Christopher moved fiat this bill be read a second time. The Speaker then put the question. Mr. Atisley No, nr. The Speaker: Does the hon. and learned member divide ? Mr. Anstey Yes. The House then divided, when there appeared— For the second reading 16 Agamstit 18 M#oiity —2 There not being iorty members in tne division, it had no effect, and the business was suspended until that number en- tered the house. Mr. Christopher said he bad no objection to postpone tbe second reading until there was a larger a tendan^s ot members. The second reading was then postponed. The Abolition of University Tests Bill was thrown out on the second reading, bv a majority of 15. The House adjourned on a debate on the Colonial Bishops Bill.

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