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PARLIAMENT. j July 4th, the Duke of Richmond 1st last. he would propose a motion ,f the Army. forward his motion for an Address nake the holders of the office* of wo Chief Justices, and of the Chief Life Peers. He said that 22 years imllar metton, but he had always n of Life Peerages generally, Id be fatal to the independence rds. What he advocated was Life Peerages, which was not >m the earliest period the Church n the House of Lords, and he iw should not be represented also. ision of the principle woul" be ad- )t think that any objection of his ,t the introduction of these J ridges a of little nee, on account of the perform elsewhere, could he con- « former occasions Chief Juitices Peers without neglecting the dis- cs. cs. that there were several Peers of House, and he thought the present Ion for the proposal now made. at he had always regretted the ition of Life Peerages was decided ut he thought It not desirable to manner in which it was raised by he did not see the advantage of rely to those persons mentioned in as fully occupied in the duties of Id an opinion that the creationof .he Independence of the H.)use of d by an unscrupulous Minister but nected with the holding of high likely that the power of conferring ■ostltuted for party purposes. He distinguished persons besides those the dignity of the Peerage but, snt proposal be tried, and it could f necessary, for at present be feared iion given to the work of the House d Malmesbury and Lord Rose berry, such a measure as that Introduced ssltable, but, though he agreed to a t proposal as far as it went, he could only dealt with a very small and set, and he therefore moved the arted Lord Redesdale's motion, bought that the House would do suggestion mude by Lord Catrns, i be invidious to adopt a proposal House in favour ol the legal pro- thinking it would be well to adopt ns, but he hoped that the Govern- ter into serious consideration, and lethod of effecting the object they d that the motion made by Lord put, and consequently no decision to it. ng been disposed of, their Lordship aons, at the Morning Sitting, the we Bill was resumed, when Clauses sed (Scotland) Bill was passed through ;her bills were advanced a stage. of the sitting, Mr. Fawcett gave ye moved on the Indian Budget, de- form of the Government of India nd condemning the system of local Ince of the Income Tlax. ttention to the case of the Irish M recently been reported on by by the Treasury. These Commis- Iruitted that the present scale was I to the recent increase in the cost mpared with the salaries paid for I and he moved a Resolution in inequality by allotting the same ts both in England and Ireland, tponding in difficulty and responsi- slon, Mr. Plunkett's motion was nment by a majority of 13—130 to ing been disposed of, the House > o cloot.

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