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THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER, 1852.

First Volume of the Session.

LONDON:

PUBLISHED BY CORNELIUS BUCK,

AT THE OFFICE FOR HANSARD'S PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES,

32, PATERNOSTER ROW;

AND BY

LONGMAN AND CO.; C. DOLMAN; J. RODWELL; J. BOOTH; HATCHARD AND SON;

J. RIDGWAY; CALKIN AND BUDD; J. BIGG AND SON; J. BAIN; ALLEN AND CO.;
J. M. RICHARDSON; P. RICHARDSON; AND R. BALDWIN,

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Nov. 17.

Extension of the Suffrage-Statement of Lord Brougham
Funeral of the Duke of Wellington-Bringing up of the Second Report

217
218

Nov. 19.

The Sanitary Conference—Quarantine Regulations—Questions
Railway Legislation-Question ...
Funeral of the late Duke of Wellington-Statement of the Earl of Derby

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Nov. 22.

The Exhibition (Sydenham)— Presentation of Petition by Lord Panmure
Meeting of Convocation-Question
Business of the Session-Question

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279

Nov. 26.

The American Fisheries-Question

581

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DEC. 2.

Commercial Legislation-Statement of the Marquess of Clanricarde

816

DEC. 3.

National Education (Ireland) --Question

833

Dec. 6.

Business of the Day-Postponement of Motion by the Earl of Granville
Commercial Legislation-Free Trade-Motion of the Earl of Clanricarde,

" That this House, thankfully acknowledging the general Prosperity, and
deeply sensible of the Evils attending frequent Changes in the Financial Policy
of the Country, adheres to the Commercial System recently established, and
would view with Regret any renewed Attempt to disturbits Operation or
impede its further Progress"-Amendment of Lord Beaumont," To leave
out from • That’ to the End of the Motion, for the Purpose of inserting-
It is the Opinion of this House that the Improved Condition of the
Country, and especially of the Industrious Classes, is mainly the Result of
Recent Legislation, which has established the Principle of Unrestricted Com-
petition, has abolished Taxes imposed for the Purposes of Protection, and
has thereby diminished the C and increased the Abundance of the Pr

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