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NEW MEMBER SWORNViscount Burke for Galway County
65
TAE LORDS COMMISSIONERS SPEECH reported
91
Artizang and Labourers Dwellings BillOrdered Mr MCullagh Torrens
103
HER MAJESTYS ANSWER TO THE ADDRESS reported
129
STORM WARNINGSQuestion Colonel Sykes Answer Mr Stephen Cave
145
Metropolitan Foreign Cattle Market Bill
153
POSTAL COMMUNICATION WITH THE EASTCONTRACT WITH THE PENINSULAR
157
POSTAGE RATES TO INDIA Question Sir H Rawlinson Answer Mr Hunt
167
beyond the ordinary Grants for 18678
181
Sales of Reversions BillOrdered Sir Roundell Palmer Sir Robert Collier presented
305
Habeas Corpus Suspension Ireland Act Continuance Bill
325
SPAINDESTRUCTION OF THE MERMAID Question Mr Headlam Answer
327
ARMYTHE GIBRALTAR SHIELDQuestion Mr OBeirne Answer Sir John
329
IMPORTATION OF FOREIGN CATTLEQuestion Mr SelwinIbbetson Answer
335
Metropolitan Streets Act 1867 Amendment Bill Bill 2
407
FORESHORES AND BED OF THE SEAQuestion Mr Coleridge Answer
419
SUPPLYCommitteecontinued
437
Ways and Means Consolidated Fund BillResolution reported That towards
449
LORDS MONDAY DECEMBER 2
477
COMMONS MONDAY DECEMBER 2
505
Income Tax Bill Bill 16
521
LORDS TUESDAY DECEMBER 3
523
Naval CHAPLAINS Question Mr Eykyn Answer Mr Corry
535
thereon
547
Railway and Gas Shares Bill
571
Church Rates Regulation Bill Bill 22
573
ITALYTHE ROMAN QUESTION Question Earl Russell Answer The Earl
599
Poor LawWALSALL WORKHOUSEQuestion Mr C Forster Answer
631
Income Tax Bill
635
Questions Mr Gilpin Mr Kinnaird Answer Mr Hunt o
665
ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSEMoved That the House at rising do adjourn
677
LORDS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14
727
BRITISH RULE IN INDIA Question Mr Kinnaird Answer Sir Stafford
731
List of
787
Registration of Writs Scotland Bill 7 1
793
SCOTLAND Law PROCEDURE Question Mr Nicol Answer The Lord
797
Parliamentary Reform Representation of the People Ire
811
List
815
MILITARY RESERVE FUNDS
849
PRIVATE BILL LEGISLATIONSTANDING ORDERSMoved
861
Fines and Fees Ireland Bill Ordered Mr Hunt Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer
939
Life Policies Nomination Bill Bill 19
951
Bill read a second time and committed
981
ARMY_APPOINTMENT OF SIR HENRY STORKSQuestion Mr Otway Answer
985
Lee River Conservancy Bill
997
Sunday Trading Metropolis Bill Ordered Mr Thomas Hughes Lord Claud
1001
PRIVATE BillsStanding Order Committee on appointed and nominated
1069
LORDS MONDAY FEBRUARY 24
1071
Court of Session Scotland Bill
1081
CHARGES ON THE CONSOLIDATED ACCOUNTQuestion Mr Thomson Hankey
1221
Fines and Fees Ireland Bill Bill
1227
Answer The Lord Advocate
1287
Poor RATES ASSESSMENT c
1393
Mr Hardcastle
1407
Artizans and Labourers Dwellings Bill Bill
1431
BABY FARMING IN THE METROPOLISQuestion Mr Vanderbyl Answer
1449
THE IRISH CHURCH COMMISSIONERSQuestion Mr MCullagh Torrens Answer
1457
Renewable Leasehold Conversion Ireland Act Extension BillOrdered
1549
3rd March
1589
ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITIONQuestion Mr Fawcett Answer Sir S Northcote 887
1663
COVENTRY ELECTION
1679
STATE OF IRELANDMOTION FOR A COMMITTEEcontinued
1687
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATESconsidered in Committee
1793
WAYS AND MEANS considered in Committee
1797
Amendment proposed
1809
CASE OF THE SPRINGBOK Question Mr Bentinck Answer Lord Stanley 1812
1813
SUPPLYARMY ESTIMATESconsidered in Committee
1827
GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTS IRELAND
1829
The Archbishop of Canterbury
1877
Sea Fisheries Bill Bill 42
1893
Question Mr Darby Griffith Answer Mr Speaker
1935
NavyWOODEN SHIPSMOTION FOR RETURNSMotion for other with and other 1962
1951
COMMONS FRIDAY MARCH 20
1973
INDIATHE Sindh RAILWAY Question Viscount Cranborne Answer
1981
Reformatory Schools Ireland Bill Ordered The Earlof Mayo Mr Attorney
1985
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
2049
ARMYTHE CURRAGI CAMP_Question Lord Eustace Cecil Answer Sir John
2051
Income Tax IN DUDLEYQuestion Mr H B Sheridan Answer Mr Hunt 176
ARMYREPORT OF ORDNANCE SELECT COMMITTEEQuestion Mr HanburyTracy
The Poor LawsQuestion Mr Candlish Answer Mr SclaterBooth 164
DIOCESE OF SALISBURYCHARGE OF THE BISHOP OF SALISBURY
ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION THE DEBATE OF TUESDAY Explanation
ESTATES OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF WESTMINSTER Question Mr Goldney
ABYSSINIATHE QUEENS LETTER TO KING THEODOREQuestion Mr Schreiber
CRETEQuestion Mr Powell Answer Lord Stanley
HABEAS CORPUS SUSPENSION Acts c IRELAND MOTION FOR A RETURN
COLLISIONS AT SEAQuestion Mr Holland Answer Mr Stephen Cave
CLIFTON AND BEDMINSTER WORKHOUSE INFIRMARLESQuestion Mr Goschen
INDIAIRRIGATIONQuestion Mr Otway Answer Sir Stafford Northcote
Oxford and Cambridge Universities Bill Bill 30
1104
ORDER OF BUSINESSStatement Lord Stanley
THE BRITISH MUSEUMQuestion Mr Layard Answer The Chancellor of
Motion That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair agreed
Sale of Liquors on Sunday Ireland Bill
Titles to Land Consolidation Scotland Bill
TENURE IRELAND BILQuestion The Earl of Malmesbury Answer

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481 페이지 - The people have the right to the privilege of education, and it is the duty of the State to guard and maintain that right.
347 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 vof 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.
667 페이지 - That an humble address be presented to his majesty, that he will be graciously pleased to give directions that there be laid before this house, copies of...
191 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.
1 페이지 - ... the lords commissioners desire their immediate attendance in this house to hear the commission read.
545 페이지 - To show mankind, that crimes are sometimes pardoned, and that punishment is not the necessary consequence, is to nourish the flattering hope of impunity, and is the cause of their considering every punishment inflicted as an act of injustice and oppression.
3 페이지 - Subjects, some of whom have been especially accredited to him by Myself, and his persistent Disregard of friendly Representations has left Me no Alternative but that of making a peremptory Demand for the Liberation of My Subjects, and supporting it by an adequate Force.
521 페이지 - Difference, and who shall bear, wear, or have amongst them any Fire-arms or other offensive Weapons, or any Banner, Emblem, Flag, or Symbol the Display whereof may be calculated or tend to provoke Animosity between...
433 페이지 - Any person, either directly or indirectly, corruptly paying any rate on behalf of any ratepayer for the purpose of enabling him to be registered as a voter, thereby to influence his vote at any future election, and any candidate or other person, either directly or indirectly, paying any rate on behalf of any voter for the purpose of inducing him to vote or refrain from voting, shall be guilty of bribery, and be punishable accordingly ; and any person on whose behalf and with whose privity, any such...

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