The Parliamentary Debates

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ADULTERATED COFFEE FROM MORTIMERS STORESQuestions General
19
Mersey Docks and Harbour Board New Works BillOrder for Third
19
June 6
19
Answer The Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Mr G
19
LIMERICK NEW Post OFFICEQuestions Mr OKeeffe Limerick
19
May 20
19
PROVISIONAL ORDER BILLS
19
Page
19
Central o 8
19
May 23
23
Amendment proposed
33
Question put
39
DISCUSSION
59
Question put
67
Page
73
DISEASES OF ANIMALS Acts 1894 AND 1896Copy presented of Order
79
DEATHSpeeches
81
RATING OF THE CLERGYQuestion and Debate
89
Pago
93
Fourth SERIES
105
Ayes 176 Noes 87 Division List No 109
109
Aves 199 Noes 150 Division List No 111
111
East INDIA PENAL CODE AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE AMENDMENT
115
TWELVE OCLOCK RuleMotion for Suspension Mr A J Balfour
131
TYPHUS AT PORTYAGEEQuestion Mr J Dillon Mayo E Answer
133
AYES
145
Mr Gerald Balfour 154
153
Amendment negatived
165
Amendment by leave withdrawn
179
Mr Gerald Balfour 192 Mr Jordan
193
DISCUSSION
223
Question put and agreed
231
Amendment by leave withdrawn
251
MONDAY 23RD MAY 1898
257
Corporation of London Foreign Cattle Market Deptford BillReported
259
ustoms and other Offices Barry Dock BillRead the second time accord
261
Diplomatic and Consular
263
Alions BillSecond Reading 266
271
Bill read the second time and committed to a Committee of the Whole
289
Great Northern and City Railway BillOrdered That the Bill be read
291
Mr Evans Glamorgan
299
Abraham Wm Cork N E Grey Sir Edward Berwick ONeill Hon Robert Torrens
305
Balfour Rt Hon A J Mancr Firbank Joseph Thomas Laurie Lieut General
307
Page
309
Edinburgh and District Water Bill H L Morley Corporation Gas Bill
311
Electric Lighting Provisional Orders No 2 BillRead the third time
313
From the Mining Association
317
Page
319
SANITARY CONDITION OF KIRKTON INVERNESSSHIREQuestion Mr Weir
323
DISCHARGES OF SEAMEN AT FOREIGN PORTSQuestion Mr J H Wilson
325
ORANGE ADDRESSES TO THE QUEENQuestion Mr Johnston Belfast
327
STEEL CAPS FOR PROJECTILESQuestion General Russell Cheltenham
337
DANGEROUS INDUSTRIESQuestions Mr Coghill StokeuponTrent
339
CENTRAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE REFRESHMENT BRANCHQuestion
353
UNCERTIFIED DEATHS IN SCOTLANDQuestion Mr Weir Ross
373
AXALGAMATED Post OFFICE CLERKS PAYQuestion Mr Patrick OBrien
375
Lieutenant of Ireland Mr Gerald Balfour Leeds Central
387
DISABILITIES OF IRISH ROMAN CATHOLICSQuestion Mr OKeeffe Limer
403
May 23 Page
417
KIRKWOOD ESTATE COUNTY ROSCOMMONQuestion Mr Tully Leitrim
419
Page
427
DISCUSSION
437
Blundell Colonel Henry Garfit William
445
Question
449
DISCUSSION
451
DISCUSSION
455
Foreign
461
DISCUSSION
463
Question put
467
DISCUSSION
481
DISCUSSION
505
Mr GLADSTONEs FUNERALThe Chancellor of the ExchequerReport
519
FRIDAY 2011 MAY 1898
521
Page
523
PATENTS DESIGNS AND TRADE MARKS WITH APPENDICES FOR
527
Pauper Children Ireland
529
WEIHAIWEIQuestion Mr Provand Glasgow Blackfriars Answer
531
LABOURERS Cottages in DoWNPATRICK UNIONQuestion Mr McCartan
537
LONDON MUNICIPALITIES BILLQuestion Mr Whitmore Chelsea
543
WATER BillsQuestion Mr Tomlinson Preston Answer The President
557
a fishery district under the Fisheries Ireland Act 1848 may make towards
623
board among the several members thereof in such manner as the board
631
New CLAUSE
635
DISCUSSION
643
Amendment proposed
649
and 4 Will An Act to Alter and amend the laws relating Section seventytwo
657
SCHEDULE 2
661
Amendment to Amendment agreed
673
Question
685
Great Northern and City Railway BillRead the second time
705
From Norwich
707
CROFTERS HOLDINGS SCOTLAND ACTSCopy presented of Report of
709
Light DUES ON BALTIC SHIPPINGQuestion Mr Doughty Great
715
Mr Carvell Williams 769
769
Boscawen Arthur Griffith Gedge Sydney
779
Mr Wanklyn Bradford land Tyneside 821 824
821
Hon William Ewart Gladstone be interred at the public charge and that
845
From
847
From Haddington to lie upon
849
NEW WRIT FOR THE COUNTY OF HERTFORD EASTERN OR HERTFORD
853
SCHEDULE 1
855
Convict CHARLES NOWLAND_Question Mr Davitt Mayo S Answer
863
THE TWELVE OCLOCK RuleNotice by The First LORD of the Trea
875
June 8
889
M
915
That tomorrow being
941
AYES
971
Amendment proposed
973
Neath Pontardawe and Brynaman Railway BillRead the third time
981
PROVISIONAL ORDER BILLS
985
From Denny
987
Pharmacy Acts Amendment
989
Bowles T G Kings Lynn Gibbons J Lloyd
1011
DISCUSSION
1023
Sir A Hickman 1046
1045
Question put
1069
Healy
1071
Reserve Forces
1075
The LORD CHANCELLOR acquainted the House that the Clerk of
1077
Ilford Improvement BillBrought from the Commons read the first
1079
June 10
1083
From the Council of the Dundee Combina
1089
Pago
1091
FOREIGN TROOPS IN CRETE_Question Mr Pirie Aberdeen Answer
1103
Tramways Orders Confirmation No 1 w L
1109
Motion made and Question put
1117
Butcher John George Giles Charles Tyrrell Manners Lord Edward W
1141
Local Government Scotland Act 1894 Amendment No 2 BillIn
1145
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE AMENDMENT Act 1875Copy presented
1147
INLAND REVENUE RETIREMENTSQuestion Mr Hazell Leicester
1151
TENDERS FOR CORK MILITARY BARRACKSQuestions Mr Patrick OBrien
1155
DANGEROUS INDUSTRIESQuestion Mr Tennant Berwickshire Answer
1187
HuntQuestions Mr Patrick OBrien Kilkenny
1197
Motion negatived without a Division
1221
Amendment by leave withdrawn
1241
Page
1245
Graham Murray Buteshire 1260
1261
Clark Dr G B Caithnesssh
1263
Tramways Orders Confirmation No 3 Bill H L Committed the Com
1265
Add the following clauses
1269
PUBLIC BUSINESS
1277
PORT DURBAN Question and Debate
1281
Foreign Bondholders Corporation BillBrought from the Commons read
1287
From Lee Bath Ware Putney Lough
1289
EDUCATION SCOTLAND TRAINING COLLEGES Copy presented
1293
ORDER OF PUBLIC BUSINESSQuestion Sir W Harcourt Monmouth W
1307
ORDER OF THE
1315
Question put
1339
AMERICANSPANISH WARQuestion Mr J A Pease Northumberland
1357
Mr Robson 1394 The First Lord of the Trea
1397
Mr J Morley Montrose
1423
Folkestone Water Bill h L Read the third time passed and sent to
1427
Mr Legh Lancashire
1435
Coghill Douglas Harry Greville Captain
1441
LONDON GOVERNMENT BILLQuestion Mr W F D Smith Westminster
1457
ARMY CLOTHINGQuestion Mr Jeffreys Hants North Answer
Davenport W Bromley Houldsworth Sir Wm Henry Renshaw Charles Bine
PALMISTRYQuestion Captain Phillpotts Devon Torquay Answer
332
Truck Acts Amendment

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77 페이지 - That an humble Address be presented to her Majesty praying that her Majesty will be graciously pleased to give directions that the remains of the Right Hon.
85 페이지 - Soand-so had not the manhood to say that." It was obvious from all he said and from all he did that that virile virtue of manhood, in which he comprehended courage, righteous daring, the disdain of odds against him — that virile virtue of manhood was perhaps the one which he put the highest. This country, this nation, loves brave men. Mr. Gladstone was the bravest of the brave. There was no cause so hopeless that he was afraid to undertake it ; there was no amount of opposition that would cow him...
85 페이지 - Gladstone always expressed a hope that there might be an interval left to him between the end of his political and of his natural life. That period was given to him, for it is more than four years since he quitted the sphere of politics. Those four years have been with him a special preparation for his death, but have they not also been a preparation for his death with the nation at large ? Had he died in the plenitude of his power as Prime Minister, would it have been possible for a vigorous and...
85 페이지 - These remarks were the offspring of ignorance and not of knowledge. The faith of Mr. Gladstone, obviously to all who knew him, pervaded every act and every part of his life. It was the faith, the pure faith, of a child, confirmed by the experience and the conviction of manhood.
121 페이지 - ... service who realise how much of public prosperity is involved in the maintenance of the worth of public life, and how perilously difficult most democracies apparently feel it. to be to avoid the opposite dangers into which so many of them have fallen.
85 페이지 - ... with the elder Pitt — in spite of his tragic end, of his unrivalled services, and of his enfeebled old age. It was not so with the younger Pitt — in spite of his long control of the country and his absolute and absorbed devotion to the State. I think that we should remember this as creditable not merely to the man, but to the nation. My lords, there is one deeply melancholy feature of Mr. Gladstone's death, by far the most melancholy, to which I think none of my noble friends have referred.
79 페이지 - They had nothing to do with it. Whether he was right, or whether he was wrong, in all the measures, or in most of the measures which he proposed — those are matters of which the discussion has passed by, and would certainly be singularly inappropriate here...
85 페이지 - It was obvious from all he said and from all he did that that virile virtue of manhood, in which he comprehended courage, righteous daring, the disdain of odds against him — that virile virtue of manhood was perhaps the one which he put the highest. This country, this nation, loves brave men. Mr. Gladstone was the bravest of the brave. There was no cause so hopeless that he was afraid to undertake it ; there was no amount of opposition that would cow him when once he had undertaken it. It was,...
119 페이지 - There was one of those preliminary parliamentary debates — or series of debates — which preceded the main business of the evening. In this Mr. Gladstone had to speak not once or twice, but several times, and it was not until hour after hour had passed in this preliminary skirmish in a House hostile, impatient, and utterly wearied, that he got up to present his case with that conviction that he was right, which was his great strength as a speaker in and out of the House. I never shall forget the...
85 페이지 - Gladstone is gone, to that solitary and pathetic figure who, for sixty years, shared all the sorrows and all the joys of Mr. Gladstone's life ; who received his every confidence and every aspiration ; who shared his triumphs with him and cheered him under his defeats ; who by her tender vigilance, I firmly believe, sustained and prolonged his years.

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