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SALARIES OF MINISTERS.

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I NCUMBERED ESTATES (IRELAND) BILL; The Solicitor-General moved the further consideration of the rep.irt an this bill. 1Æ:r, Napier objected to the differen tprovisions engrafted feftfuv- the- bill by the Solicitor-General, since it came down feote the other House. The amendments :he i introduced had v vitiated. the bill, a consideration which Lad iulucc-d him to j vote against its extension to England and Scotlandj On the same ground he now called upon the English and Scotch mem- bers to vote against its application to Ireland. The bill was no longer confined to certain specified, but was, by its new ma- chinery, let loose upon the whole landed property of Ireland, at a time when landed property was greatly depreciated, and should not be tampered with. He moved as an amendment, that the bill be recommitted, with a view to striking out some of its clauses. The Solicitor-General defended the bill, as calculated to af- ford employment to the poor, and raise up a graduated pro- prietary class in Ireland. A discussion ensued, in which Mr. Sadlier, Mr. Newdegate, Mr. Pagan, Colonel Dunne, Mr. P. Wood, Mr. Henley, Major Blackall, Mr. C. P. Villiers, Mr. John Stuart, Mr. Goulburn, and Mr. Monsell participated; at the conclusion of which the committee divided. For the amendment 52 Against it ,197-148

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THE SUGAR BILL.

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