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Clerical Disabilities Act Repeal Bill Bill 117
117
Question again proposed That the words proposed to be left
123
The House divided Ayes 79 Noe 1 Majority 78
129
the Question to add the words upon this day six monthsMr
131
Land Law Ireland Bill Bill 135
135
COMMONS THURSDAY MAY 12
145
COMMONS TUESDAY MAY 10
155
Local Government Provisional Orders Acton c BillOrdered Mr Hibbert
159
After short
169
swer Mr W E Forster
171
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND ACT 1881MR DILLON
183
MOTIONS
199
PARLIAMENTARY OATIIS MR BRADLALUIT
217
Moved That the Chairman do now leave
219
LIIr
263
BULGARIA POLITICAL AFFAIRS PROCLAMATION OF PRINCE ALEXANDER
275
SOUTR AFRICATAE TRANSVAALTHE BRITISH GARRISONSQuestion Lord
281
LAND LAW IRELAND BILL_URGENOYQuestions Mr Thorold Rogers
285
Small Debts Limitation of Actions Bill Bill 78
353
MOTIONS
375
Committee upon Monday
415
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ANIMALS ActsFOOTANDMouth DISEASEOUT
447
WAYS AND MEANSconsidered in Committee
501
FRANCE AND TUNISTHE TREATYQuestion Earl De La Warr Answer
513
COMMONS MONDAY MAY 16
519
34
527
ARMYCOMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONSQuestion Mr Rylands Answer
543
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND Act 1881TREATMENT
557
court
561
Fowler Answer Mr Grant Duff
567
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ANIMALS ActsIMPORTATION OF CATTLE FROM
579
Local Courts of Bankruptcy Ireland Bill Lords Bill 164
661
Page May 16 Pago
667
MOTION
669
Marquess of Hartington
679
Forster FRANCE AND TUNISTHE TREATYQuestions Mr MCoan The Earl of
681
Chamberlain
685
MOTIONS
695
NATIONAL EXPENDITURERESOLUTION
709
5
721
Second Reading put
779
Imprisonment for Debt Abolition BillOrdered Mr Bass Mr Anderson
781
TURKEYReportED RISING IN MACEDONIAQuestion Mr Summers
791
Post OfficeSERVICE OF WritsLETTER CARRIERSQuestion Mr Healy
793
ARMY ORGANIZATIONTHE NEW REGULATIONSCOMPULSORY RETIREMENT
799
TREATY OF BERLINARMENIAQuestion Mr Bryce Answer Sir Charles
803
ARMYMOUNTED INFANTRYQuestion Sir Baldwyn Leighton Answer 810
811
1
833
ORDER OF THE
855
LORDS THURSDAY JUNE 2
877
QUESTIONS
891
NEw MEMBER SWORNThomas Collins esquire for Knaresborough
935
QUESTIONS
939
THE MAGISTRACY IRELANDCo ANTRIMAPPOINTMENT OF MR BLACK
943
PRISONS IRELANDSPIKE ISLAND PrisonQuestion Sir R Assheton
947
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND Act 1881MR DILLON
963
COMMONS WEDNESDAY MAY 18
981
ORDERS OF THE
1003
Infectious Diseases Notification Ireland Bill Bill 40
1029
Fugitive Offenders Bill
1031
COMMONS MONDAY MAY 23
1049
GAME ACTDEALING IN GAMEQuestion Mr P A Taylor Answer
1203
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND Act 1881ARRESTS
1207
PEACE PRESERVATION IRELAND Aot 1881ARMS LICENCESQuestion
1209
COMMITTEES ASCENSION DAYTHE COUNTOUT ON TUESDAY
1263
Removal Terms Scotland Bill Bill
1269
Bill read a second time
1289
London City Parochial Charities Bill Bill 13
1291
MOTIONS
1303
METROPOLITAN BRIDGES AND FERRY ROADS BILLEAST AND WEST INDIA
1309
ItalyOCCUPATION OF TRIPOLIQuestion Mr Arthur Arnold Answer
1323
ARMY ORGANIZATIONTHE NEW WARRANTQuestion Colonel Kennard
1325
After short debate Origina Question put
1363
3
1367
Customs and Inland Revenue Bill Bill 136
1369
Petty Sessions Clerks Ireland Bill Bill 41
1425
1861
1437
COMMONS FRIDAY MAY 27
1451
Lord Lieutenants of Counties Ireland BillOrdered Mr Litton Mr Findlater
1585
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICES AND REVENUE
1613
Great North of Scotland Railway Bill by Order
1617
EVICTIONS IRELAND EVICTIONS IN MAYOQuestion Mr Parnell
1637
INDIAGrant To GENERAL Sir FREDERICK ROBERTsQuestions Sir
1651
INDIATHE INDIAN CRIMINAL CODEQuestion Mr ODonnell Answer
1663
11
1701
MOTION
1725
Original Question again proposed 1750
1749
ORDERS
1753
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
1761
STATIONERY OFFICE CONTROLLERS REPORT
1773
TENTE VACCINATION ACTCLAUSE 29REMISSION OF FINESQuestion Mr P A
1775
ORDER OF THE
1793
252
1815
MOTIONS
1829
THE
1849
STATE OF IRELANDTHE LAND LEAGUEQuestions Mr Chaplin
1877
Land Law Ireland Bill Bill 135
1889
Works Bozulation Bill Lords Bill 119
1977
SOUTH AFRICATHE TRANSVAAL THE COMMISSIONQuestion Sir Henry
1991
ARMY ORGANIZATION ROYAL ARTILLERY GUNNERSQuestion Captain
1993
ARTIZANS AND LABOURERS DWELLINGS IMPROVEMENT
1995
THE LATE EARL OF BEACONSFIELD K G Her Majestys Answer to the 376
1997
List
1999
THE PRINCESS ALICE CATASTROPHEBURIAL EXPENSES OF THE SUF
CURRENCY_MONETARY CONFERENCE AT PARISBIMETALLISM Questions
273
EDUCATIONAL ENDOWMENTS SCOTLAND BILLQuestion Mr J A Campbell
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND Act 1881ARREST
FOREIGN JEWS IN RussiaEXPULSION OF Mr L LEWISOHN A NATURALIZED
Bill considered
NEW STANDING ORDER
STATE OF IRELAND ILLEGAL PLACARDARREST AT MULLINGARQuestions
6
Local Government Provisional Orders Birmingham Tame and Rea c
Summary Jurisdiction Ireland Bill Bill 33
SALE AND EXPORTATION OF Arus AND AMMUNITIONSALE OF
1865
E Stanhope 156
FRANCE AND TUNISTHE FRENCH INVASIONQuestion Earl De La Warr
THE GENERAL REGISTER House SCOTLANDREORGANIZATIONQuestion
PARLIAMENTARY OATHS MR BRADLAUGI
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Side 287 - The question with me is, not whether you have a right to render your people miserable ; but whether it is / not your interest to make them happy. It is not, what a lawyer tells me I may do ; but what humanity, reason, and justice, tell me I ought to do.
Side 1057 - The case in which it may sometimes be a matter of deliberation, how far, or in what manner it is proper to restore the free importation of foreign goods, after it has been for some time interrupted, is, when particular manufactures, by means of high duties or prohibitions upon all foreign goods which can come into competition with them, have been so far extended as to employ...
Side 561 - ... value that has been given to his holding by the expenditure of his own capital and labour, the desire for legislative interference to protect him from an arbitrary increase of rent does not seem unnatural, and we are inclined to think that by the majority of landowners legislation properly framed to accomplish this end would not be objected to.
Side 1057 - A country cannot be expected to renounce the power of taxing foreigners, unless foreigners will in return practise towards itself the same forbearance. The only mode in which a country can save itself from being a loser by the revenue duties imposed by other countries on its commodities, is to impose corresponding revenue duties on theirs.
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