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HOUSE OF COMMONS, TUESDAY, JULY 4. The order of the day having been read for going into com- mittee on the Encumbered Estates (Ireland) Bill, Sir L. O'Brien moved that it be an instruction to the com- mittee to extend its operation to England and Scotland. The motion w.s resisted by the Solicitor-General. After a discussion, in which Mr. Napier and inly. Monsell joined, the debate was adjourned till Monday next. The House then adjourned till a quarter past five o clock. On its re-assembling -i Mr. Bankes moved for leave to bring in a biil to repeal the Railway Commission Act. r <. Mr. Labouehere resisted the motion; which, after interest- ing speeches from Mr. Gladstone, Mr. V. Smith, and Lord J. Russel1,was negatived by a majority of 73 over 62 voices. Mr. Urquhart was proceeding to move two abstract resolu- tions on the impolicy of interfering in the internal government of other countries, when the stream of his eloquence was cut short by the announcement that forty members could not be prevailed upon to stop to hear him. The House in consequence stood adjourned.

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