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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.! -

r, GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—Mid •

--l HOUSE OF COMMONS.—%Ay.

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l HOUSE OF COMMONS.—%Ay. The Speaker took the chair at four o'cloi BURNING JUSTICE KEOGH IFFIGY. Sir F BATESON gave notice that on day next hf will ask the Frime^ Minister questions as interfei ence of the Irish Government in pi eventiithe burn" ence of Lundy's effigy at Derry, and as to their nqnterfer .i had in the recent cases wherein the effigy of JuskKeos0 been publicly burned. DUTIES OF LORD-LIEUTEN^TS. ihe pur- Col. STUART KNOX gave notice thafor eir duty pose of enabling the Government to ascert^ th nmitjting in regard to lord-lieutenants and magistrates & and acts, exciting public feeling against the ii* "acter, he attending public meetings of a seditious ch £ r,s wt,ich will, on an early day, move for copies of lette and Mr. passed between the then Irish Government alprepara- W ator;, at Drosheda, and the lateEarl of Rode- sion of the tory to their being removed from the commis peace. ILLL. THE BIR3PNGHAM SEWAGE 7 In reply to Mr. MUXDELLA, afraid the re- Mr. STANSFELD stated that he wJJ cI the effect of jection of the Birmingham Sewage Bill Aa yonsible for the rendering the promoters individually rest laply with two expenses incurred in endeavouring to Co He knew of no injunctions from the Court of Cha'ncery. j suggested by the other remedy for this than «uch as wa'f' waiting its passage Borough Funds Bill, which was now a would afford facili- through committee. The Government. lonse upon the sub- ties for enabling the opinion of the I ject to be taken into committee. IUES. SUEZ CANAL r OCKRANE In answer to Mr. BOULLIE C ernment had suggested Lord ENFIELD said the Gov nation of increasing the to Sir H. Elliott that the qi -'g through the .Suez Canal tonnage due on shipping passi- .'J'Jt yesterday they had should be, temporary postpon- mmi«tration in Paris having learnt that the Council of Ad Jonld come into operation on decided that the new tariff s1 0 '•he Canal Company was the 1st of Juiy, the agen* "e as leci'aested by her Majesty's unable to postpone the da Government. xiLK,' HEALTH BILL TTTTf, TPTTr GOLDSMID Government.LIe HEALTH BILL. TTTTf, TPTTr GOLDSMID In answer to Mr. u Clauses 15 and 16 of Mr. STANSFF -cf 13)11 did not impose any additional the Public Heal' charges oh the ^OICH EDUCATION BILL. gf to Mr. CAMERON', In answei no hesitation in Saying The LO7 tL f 1C^ti0r BiI1' 110W before the that unde 11' • r a Parliamentary School would other Hr sch00j 16 same wa,y as the teacher of any other be remr public AUTUMN MANOEUVRES. reP^r t« Col. LLOYD LINDSAY, In h reference to th^Hedithat ,arrallSement made » a* to accepted ,h" V MraWmrr^ LOPES, »<i wSS? stfr th?f «*»* E2»K»» »!»«, »..<! that ZSd toT wL r"?"™' • Wh"f the for +TTO Wllat 'sllljHtltufce ^O«ld be found mlht h ,PrTnt .SyStem'1 80 that the Treasury outfit ade<^uat^. control ever the expenditure with- the counties and boroughs respoiisilile for the c^ i7fh-CeS- M6 y,"bIic ^osecutors Bill was not trod!?,? session the Government had promised to in- raro L earliest period next session, but meantime ,e ^ent0 apJ>1y the present system with as much consideration for local interests as the public interests would permit. EXPERIMENTAL FIRING BY IRONCLADS. In reply to Nlr. STANLEY, who put a, question on behalf of Lord Henry Lennox, Mr. GOSCHEN stated that he should consider it his duty to furnish the House with full information as*to the experimental firing by the Hotspur at the Glatton ironcLd CLAIMS AGAINST BRAZIL. in answer to Mr ANDERSON, Lord ENFIELD stated that no information had lately been received as to the progress of the negotiation for the settlement of the British claims against Brazil CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES. The House then went into committee of supply on the Civil Service Estimates. The sums necessary to complete tne following votes were agreed to £ 41,552 for Rovil palaces, £ 132,876 for Royal parks, £ 132,875 for public buildings, £ 14,000 for furniture of public offices. On the vote of R38,241 for the Houses of Parliament. Mr. B. OSBORNE moved the reduction of the vote bV the sum of £ o00 for a fresco by Mr. Paynter. contending that all attempts to preserve the frescoes had proved utter failures. Mr. AYRTON said that the only effect of the reiectinn 1 11 01 this item would be that some other decoration must be substituted. A discussion ensued, in which a general opinion was expressed in favour of the mosaic work, specimens of which were to be seen in the St. Stephen's-hall, and at last the item was ordered to be struck out. [LEFT SITTING.] i

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