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After long tine spent therein, Committee report Progress; to sit again
Tc- Orr, at Two of the clock.
Bi conserved in Conmitteo [Progress 26th May]
Bill considered in Committee Progress 18th May
Court of Bankruptcy (Ireland) (Officers and Clerks) Bill-
Suspension of Evictions (Ireland) Bill-
Motion for Leare (Vajor Nolan)
TUESDAY, MAY 17.
NEW WRIT ISSUED. FRIDAY, MAY 13. For Preston, v. Edward Hermon, esquire, deceased.
NEW MEMBERS SWORN.
FRIDAY, MAY 20.
THURSDAY, MAY 26.
SECOND SESSION OF THE TWENTY-SECOND PARLIAMENT OF THE
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,
APPOINTED TO MEET 29 APRIL, 1880, IN THE FORTY-THIRD
HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA.
FIFTH VOLUME OF SESSION
My Lords, very few arguments are reHOUSE OF LORDS, quired to induce your Lordships to agree
to that Motion; and for this reason, and Monday, 9th May, 1881. for some others, I shall confine my ob
servations within narrow limits. This
is not the time, and I am not the person, MINUTES.) - PURLIC BILL—First Reading to give a biographical sketch of one so Bridges (South Wales) * (83).
well known as Lord Beaconsfield, and it
would still less become me to analyze, TIE LATE EARL OF BEACONS. in any degree, his policy or his political FIELD, K.G.
actions. For me to give my approval of ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY.
these would give a stamp of insincerity
to my remarks, which would be disARL GRANVILLE: My Lords, I pleasing to your Lordships, and which
rise to move the Address of which I would not be creditable to myself. My have given Notice, and which is as fol. Lords, our long experience of Constitulows:
tional Government has convinced nearly an humble Address be presented to all Englishmen that Party Government sty praying that Her Majesty will is necessary for the good working of ions that a Monument be erected in Representative Institutions, and that my of the late Right Honourable the Party organization is needful in order
K.G., with an inscription to establish a strong and efficient Goh sense entertained by the vernment under the Constitution. But, 1 splendid gifts, and of his owing to the same experience, together Parliament and in great with other favouring circumstances, rin giving effect to Her there is no country where the relations of political opponents are
more free (THIRD SERIES.] B