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HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY.

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY. Their Lordships met shortly after five o'clock. ENCLOSURE LANDS AMENDMENT BILL. Earl MUlU,h\ moved the second reading of the Enclosure of Lands Amendment Bill. Earl POW1S hoped the details of the Bill would be carefully inquired into, to show they will affect those who have rights in the commons as they now exist. The Duke of RICHMOND thought the Bill, as it shadowed forth a great change in the laws, should be referred to a select committee. After a long discussion. Earl KIMBEELBY said the principle of the Bill was to protect open spaces from enclosure, and to preserve them for the general public.' .He did not think this was carrying their lordships "too lar. «He objected to the Bill being referred to a .select committee. The Bill was read a second time. MISCELLANEOUS. The Church of England Fire Insurance Bill was re- ferred to a select committee. The Bankruptcy (Ireland) Amendment Bill, and the Debtors ('Ireland) Bill, were read a third time and parsed THE BALLOT BILL. The Commons' amendments to the Lords' amendments -with the Ballot Bill, were received, and ordered to be printed. The House adjourned at seven o'clock.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY.

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SECOND COURT.—TUESDAY.

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