Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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T.C. Hansard, 1881
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Chamberlain
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morrow
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ORDER OF THE
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LAND LAW IRELAND BILLQuestion Mr Parnell Answer Mr W
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Moved That the Chairman do now leave the ChairMr Labouchere
57
66
65
briel
81
Janu
85
5
91
Merchant Shipping Bill Bill 115
115
Clerical Disabilities Act Repeal Bill Bill 117
117
After long debate Moved That the Debate be now adjournedMr
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Moved
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ARTIZANS AND LABOURERS DWELLINGS IMPROVEMENT
135
COMMONS TUESDAY MAY 10
155
THIRD SERIES
161
Main Question put and agreed
169
Erne Lough and River BillOrdered Mr John Holms Lord Frederick Cavendish
171
TURKEYDEATH OF THE LATE SULTAN ABDUL AZIZALLEGED COMPLICITY
177
Amendment proposed to leave out the word
233
Churchill
247
ORDER OF THE
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PARLIAMENT BUSINESS OF THE HouseTHE COUNTOUT ON TUESDAY
275
ORDER OF THE
287
tion Lard
305
10
321
ARMYMANUFACTURE OF GUNS AND PROJECTILESQuestion Major Nolan
341
EXTRAORDINARY TITHE
375
TURKEY THE ALBANIAN LEAGUEQuestion Mr Summers Answer
397
FOREIGN JEWS IN RUSSIAEXPULSION OF MR L LEWISOHN A NATURALIZED
411
ABYSSINIAA RED SEA PORTQuestion Sir George Campbell Answer
447
Committee upon Monday
473
THE ISLANDS OF THE SOUTH PACIFICOUTRAGES UPON NATIVES COM
483
Thames River No 2 Bill Bill 148
501
RUSSIAPERSECUTION OF
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ARMY ORGANIZATIONTERRITORIAL TITLES OF REGIMENTSMOTION FOR
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Moved That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty praying that Her Majesty
533
INDIATHE INDIAN CRIMINAL CODEQuestion Mr ODonnell Answer
545
Page
559
566
565
578
577
COM
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COURT OF BANKRUPTCY IRELANDQuestion Mr Findlater Answer
663
Petty Sessions Clerks Ireland Bill Bill 41
667
168
677
MINES REGULATION ACTTHE PENYGRAIG EXPLOSIONQuestion
685
Original Motion by leave withdrawn
687
710
709
78
713
9X SOUTH AFRICA THE TRANSVAALTHE COMMISSIONQuestion The Earl
781
The House divided Ayes 352 Noes
787
NAVYROYAL NAVAL ENGINEERSQuestion Mr Macliver Answer
795
EVICTIONS IRELANDEVICTION AT BALLYBUNYON IN THE COUNTY of Kerry
807
LORDS THURSDAY MAY 19
817
FISHERIES
819
agree
831
end d
881
Ordered to be laid before
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Bill read a second time and committed
931
NEW MEMBER SWORNThomas Collins esquire for Knaresborough
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PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND ACT 1881ARREST
943
VALUATION LISTS IRELANDQuestion Mr Leamy Answer The Attorney
945
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND Act 1881MR DILLON
963
10
1003
Infectious Diseases Notification Ireland Bill Bill 40
1029
79
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COMMONS MONDAY MAY 23
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VETERINARY DEPARTMENT IRELANDVETERINARY INSPECTOR AT LONG
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FRANCETHE NEW COMMERCIAL TREATYNEGOTIATIONSCONSTITUTION
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78
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LOCAL TAXATIONRESOLUTIONAmendment proposed
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URNED
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i
1171
IRISH EXECUTIVEMOTION OF CENSURE
1181
1
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PARLIAMENTBUSINESS OF THE HOUSEQuestion Sir Stafford Northcote
1211
300
1245
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
1369
10
1453
11
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PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND ACT 1881ARRESTS
1549
COMMONS THURSDAY MAY 19
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MOTIONS
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REFORMATORY EDUCATIONRESOLUTIONS
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1600
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Moved That a Select Committee be appointed to inquire into the state of the
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AFFAIRS OF TUNISObservations Earl De La Warr Lord Stanley
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REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE ELECTION SYSTEMSRESOLUTION
1617
Free Education Scotland Bill Bill 6
1633
EVICTIONS IRELANDEVICTIONS IN MAYOQuestion Mr Parnell
1635
INDIATHE SALT DUTYQuestion Mr Wilbraham Egerton Answer
1651
SOUTH AFRICA
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ARMYCOMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONSQuestion Mr Rylands Answer
1661
123
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Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put and agreed
1737
10
1739
11
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INDIAPROTESTANT MISSIONARIESQuestion Mr Whitley Answer
1753
Committee
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COMMONS WEDNESDAY MAY 18
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Customs and Inland Revenue Bill Bill 136
1773
TREATY OF BERLINARMENIAQuestion Mr Bryce Answer Sir Charles
1779
Church Patronage No 2 Bill
1791
Land Law Ireland Bill Bill 135
1793
13
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Bill considered in Committee Progress 30th May FOURTH NIGHT
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POST OFFICEPURCHASE OF CHRISTS HOSPITAL SITEQuestions
1831
14
1835
After short debate Bill to be read the third time upon Monday next
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PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND ACT 1881POLITICAL
1867
POST OFFICESAVINGS BANK ACT 1880Question Mr Buxton Answer
1869
NAVYTHE TROOPSHIP NEMESIS Questions Viscount Newport
1875
15
1877
SOUTH AFRICATHE TRANSVAALPRESENT STATE OF AFFAIRSQuestions
1879
ARMYSCHOOLS FOR MILITIAMEN ARMY CIRCULARS FEBRUARY 1881
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ORDERS OF THE
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After short debate Moved That the Debate be now adjournedMr
1913
Page
1955
Alkali ɔ Works Regulation Bill Lords Bill 119
1977
Moved That in the opinion of this House it is expedient that the recommendations
1985
TUNISTHE ENFIDA CASEQuestion Mr Montague Guest Answer
ARMY ORGANIZATION ROYAL ARTILLERY GUNNERSQuestion Captain
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29
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TUNISSUZERAINTY OF THE PORTEQuestion Mr Montague Guest
CRIMINAL LAWCASE OF CHARLES FROST AND EDWARD SMITHQuestion
CURRENCYMONETARY CONFERENCE AT PARISBIMETALLISMQuestions
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812
547
FRANCE AND TUNISTHE TREATY Questions Mr MCoan The Earl
CURRENCYMONETARY CONFERENCE AT PARISBIMETALLISMQuestions
501
407
Drummond Wolff Answers The Marquess of Hartington
PRISONS IRELANDTHE GOVERNOR OF LIMERICK PRISONQuestions
STATE OF IRELANDALLEGED FORCED LABOURQuestions Mr Burt
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FRANCE AND TUNISCIRCULAR OF THE FRENCH MINISTER OF FOREIGN
949
1084
1886
670
560
955
1888
675
274
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENTREDUNDANT OFFICERSQuestion Mr Healy
1315
Free Education Scotland Bill Bill 6
1262
562

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Side 291 - 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 1061 - 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 565 - ... 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 1061 - 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.
Side 51 - A fair rent means such a rent as in the opinion of the " court after hearing the parties, and considering all the " circumstances of the case, holding, and district, a solvent " tenant would undertake to pay one year with another.
Side 363 - Bill for confirming certain Provisional Orders^, made by the Board of Trade under the Tramways Act, 1870...
Side 339 - Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the General Pier and Harbour Act 1801 relating to Anstruther Deal Hunstanton and St.
Side 629 - Speech delivered in the House of Lords, on Tuesday, April 21, 1874, on Moving for a Select Committee to Inquire into the Laws relating to Patronage, Simony, and Exchange of Benefices in the Church of England.
Side 69 - To the complaint that the Bill gives so much to the tenants and takes it all from the landlords, I should make this answer : if at this moment all that has been done by the tenant in Ireland were gone, imagine that ! — if all that the tenants have done were gone, and all that the owners have done...

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