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The King's Speech at the meeting of Parliament—Amendment to the Address acquiesced in by the Lords—The same Amendment rejected by the Commons—Discussions regarding Orange Lodges—Address to the Crown against Secret Societies—The Orange Lodges dissolved—Bill to Reform the Irish Municipal Corporations. . - - [l

CHAPTER II.

Irish Corporations continued—Motion to instruct the Committee not to re-construct the Corporations—Lord F. Egerton—Mr. Lefroy—Lord Morpeth—Mr. O'Connell—Lord Stanley--Motion rejected and Bill passed—Bill read a second time in the House of Lords—The Committee instructed to amend the Bill by leaving out the clauses creating new Corporations—Debates in the Lords—The Amended Bill passes— The Commons reject the Amendments—The Lords adhere to their Amendments, and the Bill is lost. - - - [32

CHAPTER III.

Irish Tithe Bill—Statement of the Irish Secretary—General Resolution agreed to—Bill brought in containing, an Appropriation Cragse–Lord Stanley moves for leave to bring is a Bili withèut gigo Clause— Debate—Lord John Russell—Sir James Graham–Mr. Sheil–Mr. Harvey—Mr. O’Connell—Sir R. Peel—-Chaneellor of the Exchequer— Lord Stanley's motion rejected—Discussions in Committee—The Lords reject the Appropriation Clause—Debate in the Commons on the Amended Bill—The Commons reject the Amendments of the Lords and drop the bill. . - • ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . [65

CHAPTER IV.

Commutation of Tithes in England—Provisions of the Bill for Commuting Tithes—Views of Lord John Russell and Sir R. Peel—Discussion as to Voluntary and Compulsory Commutation—Debates in Committee —The Bill passes the Lords with Amendments in which the Commons concur—Bills for Registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, and for the celebration of Marriage—The Bills pass the Commons, and ass the Lords with Amendments to which the Commons agree— sports of the Commission on the Church of England—Bills brought in founded on the Report—Ministerial Bill to alter the Revenues and territory of the different Sees opposed by the Radicals—Debates between Ministers and the Radicals in regard to the Bill—Ministers carry the Bill, and abandon the other Bills, connected with the same subject —Discussions on the Bill in the House of Lords—The Lords pass the Bill—Bill to abolish the Secular Jurisdiction of Bishops—Bill to regulate Ecclesiastical Leases. - - - - [11] a

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