The Parliamentary Debates

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Amendment proposed
49
327
55
Endowed Schools Act 1869 and Amending Acts Scheme for
139
ILLEGAL TRAWLINGQuestions Mr Weir Answers Secretary for Scotland
151
April 8
159
162
161
172
171
Supreme Court of Judicature Ireland Act 1887 Amendment Bill
185
Cloth FACTORIESQuestions Mr S Woods and Mr W P Byles Answers
231
April 2
237
Debate adjourned till Monday next
263
Fisheries Acts Amendment Bill Read 10 186 316
315
March 28
317
Stirling CATTLE MARKETQuestion Mr M H ShawStewart Answer
329
SCOTCH EDUCATION CODEQuestions Mr C B Renshaw Answers Secre
343
Indoor PAUPERS IN THE METROPOLISQuestions Mr H Kimber
347
Chancellor of the Exchequer
353
Church OF SCOTLANDQuestions Mr J A Campbell Sir Mark Stewart
355
ROYAL PATRIOTIC FUNDQuestion Mr H E Kearley Answer Patronage
357
Cowes HARBOURQuestion Sir G BadenPowell Answer President
367
INSPECTOR RUFF METROPOLITAN POLICEQuestion Mr T Lough Answer
381
Balfour JabezQuestion Mr C J Darling Answer Under Secretary
389
Balfour JABEZ SPENCERQuestions Mr C J Darling Answers Under
391
British TROOPS IN INDIAQuestion Mr R W Hanbury Answer
441
Registers of Electors Duplicate Entries Bill Read 10Bill 187
443
470
469
Board OF AGRICULTUREQuestion Mr H E Kearley Answer President
471
Page
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SCIENCE AND ART STUDENTS IN IRELANDQuestion Mr W Field Answer
511
CABTRADE GRIEVANCESQuestion Mr J Aird Answer Home Secretary
521
Tramways IrelandNo 2Bill Read
523
Courts of Law Fees Scotland Bill Read 20
547
MONDAY 1st APRIL 1895
561
DRAINAGE OBSTRUCTIONQuestion Mr L P Hayden Answer Secretary
563
SHIPMENT OF SAILORS AND FIREMEN AT FOREIGN PORTSQuestions Mr
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LIMERICK AND KILLALOE CANALQuestion Mr F A OKeeffe Answer
573
PamirsQuestion Mr G Curzon Answer Under Secretary for Foreign
583
Royal PATRIOTIC FUNDSelect Committee namedMr Thomas Ellis
609
TUESDAY 2ND APRIL 1895
701
HAND AND MOULD MADE PAPERQuestion Mr Elliott Lees Answer
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CARRYING ARMS IN IRELANDQuestion Mr P A MHugh Answer Chief
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April 3
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House dividedAyes 179 Noes 118 Division List No
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April 4
877
ECCLESIASTICAL TITHE RENTCHARGE IN IRELANDMarquess of Lansdowne
879
PARCELS FOR THE CAPEQuestion Mr Henniker Heaton Answer Post
909
Post OFFICE SERVANTSQuestion Mr J A M Macdonald Answer
911
SWAZILAND Question Sir E AshmeadBartlett Answer Under Secretary
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April 10
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WEIGHING OF CATTLEQuestion Mr A Birrell Answer President of
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WINDOWBREAKING BY SOLDIERSQuestion Mr J C Flynn Answer
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Irish Lights BOARDQuestions Mr J OConnor Mr T Sexton Mr
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ORDERS OF THE
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April 9
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ACCOMMODATION FOR SEAMENQuestion Mr J Havelock Wilson Answer
1135
LOCHMADDY COMBINATION POORHOUSEQuestion Dr Macgregor Answer
1139
Post OFFICE AND ELECTRIC LIGHTINGQuestion Mr D Naoroji Answer
1149
SUBPOSTMASTERS Question Mr C Colston Answer Postmaster General
1151
ILLNESS OF MR JUSTICE MONROEQuestion Mr R M Dane Answer
1159
REFORMATORY SHip CLARENCEQuestion Sir G BadenPowell Answer
1193
Distress Bill Considered in Committee Progress reported
1247
Royal Assent given to Bills See Page 1253
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HARBOURS OF REFUGEQuestions Mr J J Clancy Answers President
1265
ECCLESIASTICAL SuitQuestion Sir W Houldsworth Answer Comptroller
1273
ISLAND OF MATACONGQuestions Sir G BadenPowell and Mr T Gibson
1275
Trespassing by CattleQuestion Mr J Tully Answer Chief Secretary
1285
OCEAN DERELICTQuestion Mr J C Macdona Answer Civil Lord
1287
LOCAL REGISTRATION OF TITLE ACTQuestion Mr R M Dane Answer
1293
Light Railways Bill
1297
PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES CONTRACTQuestions Capt Norton Mr J
1303
Naval Works Bill
1307
BOILER EXPLOSION AT GLASGOWQuestion Mr A B Forwood Answer
1341
Metropolitan Police Receiver BillRead 30 and passed
1367
The Chancellor of the Exchequer notified Her Majestys acceptance
1399
WELLINGTON BARRACKSQuestion Capt Bagot Answer Secretary for
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TUESDAY 23RD APRIL 1895
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NICARAGUAQuestions Colonel Howard Vincent Answers Under Secre
1493
OPIUM COMMISSION REPORTQuestions Mr H J Wilson and Mr John
1497
INDIAN CANTONMENTSQuestions Mr Crosfield Answers Under Secretary
1525
FOREIGN Farm PRODUCEQuestion Captain Bethell Answer President
1539
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLSQuestion Sir Michael HicksBeach Answer Home
1565
THURSDAY 25TH APRIL 1895
1605
AFFAIRS IN SAMOAQuestion Mr J F Hogan Answer Under Secretary
1613
EMPLOYMENT OF SLAVES BY BRITISH SUBJECTSQuestion Mr Thomas
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OFFICE OF WOODS AND FORESTSQuestion Mr Walter Long Answer
1633
Evictions IN THE CROFTING COUNTIESMr J G Weir Answer Secre
1655
Local Government Scotland Bill
1669
Swine FEVER ORDER Question Dr MacDonnell Answer Chief Secretary
1713
Tramways IrelandNo 2Bill
1725
DENBIGH CATTLE MARKET Question Mr Herbert Roberts Answer
1735
New EDUCATION CODEQuestions Mr J Round Mr Seymour Keay
1737
SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION AT LOWESTOFTQuestions Mr H S Foster
1785
605
1787
RUSSIAN SAILORQuestions Mr W P Byles Answers Home Secretary 1148
1789
172
1795
Read 10
1803
Consolidated Fund No 1 Bill
735
353
177
336
Ayes 76 Noes 193 Division List No
753
Read 24
Report presented 821
VOLUNTEER CAMP CANTEENSQuestion Mr W E M Tomlinson Answer
British IndiaQuestion Mr D Naoroji Answer Under Secretary
134

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521 페이지 - Derby) rose in his place, and claimed to move •' That the Question be now put : "Question, " That the Question be now put,
109 페이지 - ... transmission after his decease, so neither is any hardship sustained by others, unless their succession has been already designated or rendered probable. Corporate property therefore appears to stand on a very different footing from that of private individuals ; and while all infringements of the established privileges of the latter are to be sedulously avoided, and held justifiable only by the strongest motives of public expediency, we cannot but admit the full right of the legislature to new-mould...
1117 페이지 - An Act to confirm a Provisional Order made by the Education Department under the Elementary Education Act, 1870...
405 페이지 - I stated the other day || that, in consequence of these claims of ours, and in consequence of the claims of Egypt in the Nile Valley, the British and Egyptian spheres of influence covered the whole of the Nile waterway.
193 페이지 - When I count up the advantages which have followed Disestablishment : when I think of the renewed strength and vitality which our Church has derived from the admission of the laity to an active and responsible participation in her counsels, in the disposition of her patronage, and in the financial departments of her work ; when I observe the spirit of unity and mutual respect which has been engendered by the ordeal of our common adversity, and the increased loyalty and love which are being daily...
405 페이지 - Africa, into a territory over which our claims have been known for so long, would be not merely an inconsistent and unexpected act, but it must be perfectly well known to the French Government that it would be an unfriendly act,* and would be so viewed by England.
59 페이지 - Save as otherwise provided by this Act, all property transferred under this section shall be held subject to all existing public and private rights with respect thereto, and all tenancies, charges, and incumbrances which...
405 페이지 - Expedition has instructions to enter, or the intention of entering, the Nile Valley; and I will go further and say that, after all I have explained about the claims we consider we have under past Agreements, and the claims which we consider Egypt may have in the Nile Valley, and adding to that the fact that...
195 페이지 - But the conversion of England took place gradually, when there was no such thing as an English nation capable of a national act. The land was still cut up into small kingdoms, and Kent had been Christian for some generations at a time when Sussex still remained heathen.
1115 페이지 - That in the opinion of this House it is desirable that provision should be made for settling differences which may arise between the House of Commons and this House, reconstituted and reduced in numbers in accordance with the recent Resolutions of this House.

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