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Changes in the Cabinet Mr. Goschen's Candidature at Liverpool –Irish Difficul.
ties—The Attitude of the Unionists—Sir George Trevelyan at Hawick—The
Round Table Conference- The Unionist Campaign-Lord Hartington at New-
castle --Sir Henry James at Manchester-Mr. Chamberlain at Birmingham-
Sir George Trevelyan and Mr. Courtney at Liskeard . . . page [1
The Meeting of Parliament—The Debate on the Address-Prolonged Debates in
the Commons-Mr. Parnell's Amendment-Tactics of the Opposition-New
Rules of Procedure, The Closure Resolution-Charges against the Corpora-
tion of the City of London--The Irish Members and the Supplementary
Estimates-Resignation of Sir M. Hicks-Beach-The Army and Navy
Estimates—The Budget-Lord Salisbury and Mr. Gladstone on the Position
. . . . . . . . (33
THE CRIMES AND LAND BILLS (IRELAND).
Introductory Proceedings---Mr. Balfour's Speech on the Crimes Bill—The Land
Bill in the Lords— Debates in the two Houses—The Times on Parnellism and
Crime-Alleged Breach of Privilege--Speeches out of Parliament-Mr. Glad.
stone at Swansea-Prolonged Debates in Parliament-Obstruction—The
Land Bill in the Commons—The Ministerial Change of Front--Both Bills
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OTHER LEGISLATION AND INCIDENTS OF THE SESSION.
Lord R. Churchill explains his resignation of office as Chancellor of the Exche-
quer- The Colonial Conference-Motion for restraining publication of details
of Divorce and other cases-Closing of the Accounts of the Colonial and Indian
Exhibition-Colonial Delegates received at Windsor-Ministerial Statement as
to Defective Cutlasses supplied to the Navy—The Duke of Connaught's Leave
of Absence Bill-The People's Palace opened by the Queen-The House of
Commons at St. Margaret's, Westminster-Ministerial Statement as to Defec-
tive Bayonets-Anti-Tithe Agitation in Wales—The Imperial Institute-The
Turkish Convention-Ball at the Reform Club-The Queen's Jubilee--Thanks-