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HOUSE OF LORDS.—Mid •

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—Mid Their Lordships met at live o'efock. i THE GENEVA TRIBU^ Earl GPvANYILLE placed* on the e apers re- lating to the Geneva Tribunal, and crrespond- ence, he said, will be distributed to-morl TRUST BENEFICES AND CHUtE5 BILL. Amendments on Trust Beneficts aihuches Bill were reported, I and on the motion tbjhe report be received, Lord PORTMAN entered his protest jnstj the Bill, and moved that the report be received 'day three months. The Bishops of CARLISLE and LO, stipported the Billj and, after a spirited discussion] )■ IiOrd PORTMAN withdreiv his opji3nj and inti- mated he should oppose the Bill on its ij reading. The report was received, and the thir (it;nglfixed for Thursday next. THE EUROPEAN SOCIET-ILL. The European Assurance Society was read a, second time, the Lord Chancellor bating that although the measure did not meet aie objections requiring a remedy, he should not oppol understand- ing that the Bill was to go before a selecjpmxttee. THE CHANCERY FUNI>CL. On the second reading of the Court of (jcery (Ftmds) Bill being moved, the Lord C'hancello^ere(;\ into a lengthy explanation of the objects ofj Bill, which related mainly to a reform of the system of Chancery accounts. Lord CAIRNS took exception to gevpoints in the Bill, which in his opinion were not s^ent, but he ,entirely approved of the measure. After a few words from the Duke ofgyle the Bill was read a second time. MISCELLANEOUS.' The Elementary Education Act (IS,and- the Bill passed. through committee. In reply to Lord ORAINMORE, Earl KIMBERLEY said he knewb Fenian or- ganization still existed in the United f%s, but it was never in a more quiescent state. The Pier and Harbour Orders Confirm^ (No .2) Bill (Amendment) was read a third time. On the third reading of the Landlord a Tenant (Ire- land) Act (1870) Amendment (No. 2) Bill Lord ORANMOREmoved an amendnt onone of the Clauses, but this was negatived without ivision. The Bill was then read a third time. Amendments were reported on the Btrnptcy (Ire- land) Amendment Bill and the Debtors'j.giand) Bill, and agreed to. The House adjourned at seven o'clock. t

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