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CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEESThe Earl of REDESDALE app d nemine
49
COMMITTEE FOR PRIVILEGESappointed
83
THE STATE OF IRELANDLEGISLATION FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE NATIONAL
141
BURMAHTHE BRITISH AUTHORITIES MILITARY EXECUTIONSTHE PRO
149
CHINATHE REPORTED LOAN Questions Mr MLaren Answers
191
Public Health Acts Improvement Expenses BillOrdered Mr Dodds
263
Marriage with a Deceased Wifes Sister BillOrdered Mr Heneage Mr Broad
269
Theatres c Metropolis Bill Ordered Mr DixonHartland Mr Macfarlane
271
GREECECOLLECTIVE NOTE OF THE EUROPEAN POWERSQuestion The Earl
303
ARMYTHE TESTING OF SIDE ARMSDEFECTIVE BAYONETSQuestions
305
Secretary of State Lord Harris 274
313
Answer The Secretary of State Lord Randolph Churchilly
317
Midland Railway Bill by Order
329
PUBLIC PETITIONS
403
Main Question again proposed That Mr Speaker do now leave
413
GIBRALTARZEBEHR PASHA THE ORDINANCEQuestion Mr Dillon
425
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
427
PARLIAMENTBUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
431
Order read for resuming Adjourned Debate on Question 21st January
443
After long
525
QUEENS SPEECH HER MAJESTYS ANSWER TO THE ADDRESS reported
531
Moved That this House at the rising of the House this day do adjourn
537
THE MINISTRY OF THE RIGHT Hon W E GLADSTONE AS FORMED ON
541
DISTURBANCES IN THE METROPOLISQuestions Observations The Earl
555
THIRD SERIES
577
THE PHENIX PARK DUBLINBARRACKS FOR MARRIED CONSTABULARY
581
Prisons IRELANDSUICIDES IN GALWAY GAOL Question Mr Arthur
589
DISTURBANCES IN THE METROPOLISACTION OF THE HOME DEPARTMENT
593
IRELANDRAFFLES FOR LANDS OF PROTESTANT LANDLORDS Questions
617
After debate Amendment proposed
647
After further
663
SUPPLY
677
MOTIONS
699
Original Question put and agreed
701
THE UNIVERSITY OF MALTAQuestion Viscount Sidmouth Answer
703
THE INDIAN CIVIL ADMINISTRATIONTHE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA Act
709
RAILWAY RATESLEGISLATIONQuestions Mr Macdonald Cameron
713
agreed to 2 500 Metropolitan Police Court Buildings After short debate Vote agreed to 726
727
EGYPT WAR IN THE SOUDAN THE GARRISON AT KASSALAQuestions
755
TRAMWAYS AND PUBLIC COMPANIES IRELAND ActTHE WEST CLARE
761
Original Question put and agreed
773
Original Question put and agreed
793
the Constabulary Force in Ireland
805
Theatres c Metropolis Bill Bill 69
837
Coal Mines BillOrdered Sir Richard Cross Mr EtuartWortley Mr Forwood pre
841
PARLIAMENTVENTILATION OF THE COMMITTEE RoomsQuestion The Earl
867
PALACE OF WESTMINSTERTHE NATIONAL ENSIGNQuestion Mr Radcliffe
879
EGYPTTHE SLAVE TRADE THE CONVENTION OF 1877 Question
883
FRANCE AND MADAGASCARTHE TREATY OF PEACEQuestion Sir Donald
895
BURMAHTHE ANNEXED TERRITORYQuestions Lord Francis Hervey
897
DISTURBANCES IN THE METROPOLISREPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF INVES
909
ORDERS OF THE
911
DISQUALIFICATION OF MEMBERSMR OCTAVIUS VAUGHAN MORGANMOTION
921
business Mr W E Gladstone
925
East INDIA BURMAH EXPENSES OF MILITARY OPERATIONSRESOLUTION
939
SUPPLYREPORTResolutions 19th February reported
989
ADJOURNMENT
1001
MOTIONS
1005
ALLOTMENTSMOTION FOR A RETURN
1009
COMMISSIONERS OF IRISH LIGHTsLIGHTHOUSE KEEPERS Question
1019
EVICTIONS IRELANDCo TYRONEQuestion Mr Matthew Kenny
1029
BURMAHTHE BRITISH AUTHORITIESMILITARY EXECUTIONSTHE PRO
1037
IMPERIAL RevenUE IRELAND AND GREAT BRITAINcontinued
1039
Employers Liability Act 1880 Amendment Bill Bill 607
1079
Mines Rating BillOrdered Mr Warmington Mr Fletcher Mr Cobb
1115
Tenure of Town Houses Ireland Bill Bill 11
1125
Copyhold Enfranchisement Bill Bill 26
1159
Arbitration Bill H Presented The Lord Bramwell read 1 No 17
1187
ExciseCOTTAGE BREWING LICENCESQuestions Mr Everett Mr Jasper
1193
ARMYTHE SOUDAN CAMPAIGNTHE ROYAL Irish REGIMENTQuestions
1209
Navy SIDE ARMsSUPPLY OF CUTLASSESQuestion Dr Cameron
1381
FOREIGN CUSTOMS REGULATIONSQuestion Mr Hanbury Answer
1385
TONQuestion Mr Cobb Answer The Secretary of State for
1389
ORDER OF THE
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TENANTS OF GLEBE LANDS IRELANDObservations Mr W OBrien
1473
LAW AND JUSTICE IRELANDCASE OF MORGAN BRIEN CORK WINTER
1485
Sporting Sands Rating Scotland Bill Bill 86
1487
Lunacy Bill No
1503
COMMONS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26
1505
IRELAND Condition OF THE WESTERN Isles Question Mr Sexton
1519
SAVINGS IN IRELANDREPORTsQuestion Mr Mitchell Henry Answer
1531
Post OFFICE IRELAND THE GALWAY MAILSQuestion Colonel Nolan
1535
ADMINISTRATION AND EXPENDITUREQuestion Mr Rylands Answer
1547
Post OFFICEMAILS BETWEEN CYPRUS AND ALEXA
1609
Original Question again proposed
1631
Land Registry Bill Lords Bill 911
1639
Ulster Canal and Tyrone Navigation Bill
1651
Post OFFICESUBMARINE TELEGRAPH CONTRACT ST VINCENT TO THE WEST
1661
MOUNTED VOLUNTEER INFANTRY Question Observations Viscount
1663
Southwark and Vauxhall Water Bill
1665
Belfast Main Drainage BillRESOLUTION
1677
Drill Grounds Bill h l Presented The Lord Sandhurst read 1 No 24 1504 6 15 1
1725
MAINTENANCE OF Social ORDER IRELAND Notice of Resolution
1751
IRISH LAND PURCHASE SETTLEMENT COMPANYQuestion Major Saun
1757
Glasgow Bridges fc Bill by Order
1765
MERCHANT SHIPPING THE MARY MARK Question Mr W
1793
Unclaimed Deposits Bill Bill 77
1841
Coal Mines Bill Bill 927
1871
SCOTLANDERRORS IN STATISTICAL RETURNSRETURN OF MUNICIPAL BURGHS
1877
Post OFFICE IRELANDTHE PARCEL PostRURAL LETTER CARRIERS
1889
OVERHEAD TELEGRAPI AND TELEPHONE WIRESQuestion Mr MIver
1893
Mr Bryce Public PARKS AND RECREATION GROUNDSPUBLIC PARK AT DULWICHQues 1904
1905
CampbellBannerman GOVERNMENT OF London LEGISLATIONQuestion Mr Cremer Answer 882
1999
MR BRADLAUGHQuestion Mr Norris Answer The Attorney General
2005
MOTIONS
2013
Bankruptcy Agricultural Labourers Wages BillOrdered Mr Stanhope
2015
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY ACTKINDRED LEGISLATION
EyprBartist FORCE IN EGYPT AND THE SOUDANQuestions Sir George
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
METROPOLIS ORDER IN THE STREETS DUTIES OF THE HOME OFFICE
KINGDOM OF AVARESOLUTIONMoved to resolve
LAW AND POLICEEMPLOYMENT OF A BLOODHOUND IN PURSUIT OF POACHERS
The EASTERN TELEGRAPH COMPANYQuestion Mr Hutton Answer
ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY CLOTHING CONTRACTS CONTRACTS Questions
THE MERCHANT SERVICE THE SMACK COLUMBINEQuestion Mr Jacks
Glasgow Bridges c Bill by Order
1253
Hyde Park Corner New Streets Bill Bill 1037
SEED SUPPLY CRELAND AcrTHE SEED RATEPOSTPONEMENT OF PAYMENT
CRIME AND OUTRAGE IRELANDFICTITIOUS OUTRAGES MOVILLE
IRELAND COMMISSIONERS OF CHARITABLE DONATIONS AND BEQUESTS
EVICTIONS IRELANDEMPLOYMENT OF THE MILITARY FORCES OF
Moved That this House do now adjournMr Chancellor of
LAW AND POLICEEMPLOYMENT OF A BLOODHOUND IN PURS
SIR WILLIAM ROSE K C B LATE CLERK OF THE PARLIAMENTSRESOLU
POLICE SUPERANNUATION AND PENSIONS BILL Question Sir Henry
THE METROPOLITAN POLICE FORCEQuestions Mr Howard Vincent
PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATION IN THE COLONIES COLOM
NavyCoast DEFENCESRESOLUTION
After short debate Motion agreed
POLICE AND SANITARY REGULATIONSRESOLUTION
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONSPRIVILEGEINTERFERENCE OF PEERS AT ELEC
MEMBERS Places PROTECTION OF SeatsQuestion Mr Mitchell Henry
THE LAND LAWSLEGISLATIONQuestion Viscount Ebrington
H Fowler Post OfficeTELEGRAPHIC ADDRESSES Question Colonel Nolan Answer 1890
THE NEW PUBLIC OFFICESRESOLUTION Moved to resolve
RIVERS POLLUTION River LEAMOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE
HARBOUR ACCOMMODATION NORTH OF SCOTLAND Question Dr
TARIFF AND CUSTOMS Act 1876 Question Mr King Answer
THE METROPOLITAN Police FORCEDEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE OF 1879

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311 페이지 - Except for preventing or repelling actual invasion of Her Majesty's Indian Possessions, or under other sudden and urgent necessity, the revenues of India shall not, without the consent of both Houses of Parliament, be applicable to defray the expenses of any military operation carried on beyond the external frontiers of such possessions by Her Majesty's forces charged upon such revenues.
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251 페이지 - I shall propose to the committee is, that the chairman be directed to move the House that leave be given to bring in a bill to put an end to the Established Church in Ireland, and to make provision in respect of the temporalities thereof, and in respect of the Royal College of Maynooth.
89 페이지 - Crown, the unity of the Empire, and all the authority of Parliament necessary for the conservation of that unity, is the first duty of every representative of the people. Subject to this governing principle, every grant to portions of the country of enlarged powers for the management of their own affairs is, in my view, not a source of danger, but a means of averting it, and is in the nature of a new guarantee for increased cohesion, happiness, and strength.

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