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Lord William Hayinstead thereof
155
Resolu
169
Uniformity of Public Worship Bill No 173
173
INDIAEAST INDIA REVENUE ACCOUNTSConsidered in Committee 1837
185
Portpatrick and Belfast and County Down Railway Com
201
Compulsory Church Rates Abolition Bill No 211
211
Registration Ireland Bill
213
Children c Protection Bill Presented The Marquess Townshend read
299
Northcote
305
SUPPLYconsidered in Committee
343
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
363
Liquidation Bill No 181
365
COMMITTALS SCOTLAND Question Sir Robert Anstruther Answer
369
PARLIAMENTDIVISIONS OF THE HOUSERESOLUTION Moved
383
To leave out from the word That to the end of the Question in order to add the words
421
Libel Bill Bill
471
Boundary Bill No 170
495
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
507
Duncombe Answer Mr Gathorne Hardy i
515
SUPPLYNAVY ESTIMATESconsidered in Committee
535
Registration recommitted Bill Bill 167
561
PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES
565
Compulsory Church Rates Abolition Bill No 144
593
ARMYNonCOMBATANT OFFICERSQuestion Captain Vivian Answer
607
Election Petitions and corrupt Practices at Elections
609
Original Question again proposed
671
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
677
Boundary Bill No 170
709
IRELANDIRISH RECORDSQuestion Mr Monsell Answer The Chancellor
717
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
745
Public Departments Payments BillOrdered Mr SclaterBooth Mr Secretary
783
Registration Bill No 218
803
Hudsons Bay Company Bill 1 L Presented The Duke of Buckingham
809
Resolutions to be reported upon Thursday Committee to sit again
845
NEW WRIT ISSUED
847
Promissory Oaths Bill Lords Bill 113
857
Representation of the People Scotland Bill
903
SIR ROBERT NAPIER Message from HER MAJESTY brought up 914
915
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put and agreed
959
IRISH COURCH COMMISSION Question Lord Dufferin Answer Earl
971
Poor RATE ASSESSMENTQuestion Mr White Answer Mr Gathorne Hardy
999
Tomorrow
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PENSION TO SIR ROBERT NAPIERRESOLUTION
1065
MARRIAGE Laws COMMISSION Question The Marquess of Clanricarde Answer
1089
Burials Ireland Bill No 269
1093
VAGRANCY_Question Mr Floyer Answer Sir Michael HicksBeach 1102
1103
Parliamentary Reform Representation of the People Ire
1161
Motion That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair agreed
1201
Mines Assessment Bill Bill 221
1219
COMMONS SATURDAY JULY 18
1425
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
1445
Moved That the Report of the Bristol Election Committee be read
1457
Schools and Training Factories Ireland BillOrdered Mr Rearden Mr Leader
1459
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
1475
After some time spent therein Bill reported as amended to be con
1513
Turnpike Acts Continuance Bill No 253
1549
APPOINTED
1573
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHS BILLQuestion Colonel French Answer The Chancellor
1595
Election Petitions and Corrupt Practices at Elections
1665
SCOTLANDBRIDGE AT DUNKELDQuestion Mr Kinnaird Answer The Lord
1671
Electric Telegraphs Bill No 282
1691
Moved That this House do disagree to the Amendment made by the Com
1709
Regulation of Railways Bill Lords Bill 142
1733
Montagu 1748
1749
Electric Telegraphs Bill No 282
1761
Election Petitions and corrupt Practices at Elections Bill
1761
Question put That this House will at the rising of the House this day
1763
Metropolitan Foreign Cattle Market recommitted Bill Bill 139
1775
THE NEW COURTS OF JUSTICEMOTION FOR A SELECT COMMITTEE
1791
ARNYFORTIFICATIONS Question Colonel Sykes Answer Sir John Pakington
1817
Government of India Act Amendment Bill Bill 91
1869
West Indies Bill Bill 124
1885
COMMONS TUESDAY JULY 28
1901
Lords Amendments considered several agreed to and after short debate
1907
Metropolitan Foreign Cattle Market recommitted Bill Bill 139
1917
ARMYPREACHING IN THE ARMYQuestion Mr Kinnaird Answer Sir John
1923
LORDS FRIDAY JULY 31
1935
THE CIRCUITS IN YORKSHIREQuestion Viscount Milton Answer Mr
1941
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
1945
FIRST YEAR
Committee deferred till Monday next
LORDS FRIDAY JULY 3
3
ARMY STOREHOUSES FOR THE WAR OFFICEQuestion Mr Adam Answer
5
PRINCESS OF WALES HER MAJESTYS Answer to the Address 9th July
11
Debate
9
NavySHEERNESS DOCKYARDQuestion Mr KnatchbullHugessen Answer
5
COURT OF SESSION SCOTLAND SALARIES
9
ARMYARTILLERY PRACTICE AT PORTSMOUTHQuestion Mr Serjeant Gaselee
IRELANDFENIAN PRISONERS WARREN AND COSTELLOQuestion Mr Vance
COMMONS WEDNESDAY JULY 1
1
Lodgers Property Protection Bill No 186
Military at Elections Ireland Bill Bill 95
Oxford and Cambridge Universities Bill Bill 30
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put and agreed
1
Repeal of the Union with Ireland Bill
1829
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed

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Pagina 157 - That an humble address be presented to his majesty, that he will be graciously pleased to give directions that there be laid before...
Pagina 853 - I, AB, do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, Her heirs and successors according to law. So help me God!
Pagina 93 - I quite admit — every one must admit — that when the opinion of your countrymen has declared itself, and you see that their convictions — their firm, deliberate, sustained convictions — are in favour of any course, I do not for a moment deny that it is your duty to yield.
Pagina 247 - That the churches of England and Ireland,, as now by law established, be united into one Protestant Episcopal Church, to be called The United Church of England and Ireland; and that the doctrine, worship, discipline, and government of the said united church shall be, and shall remain in full force for ever, as the same are now by law established for the church of England ; and...
Pagina 125 - I hear a lion, in the lobby, roar ! Say, Mr. Speaker, shall we shut the door, And keep him out ; or shall we let him in, And see if we can get him out again* " I was for shutting the door and keeping the lion out.
Pagina 39 - Question,' as we call it, by a somewhat heartless euphemism, means hunger, thirst, nakedness, notice to quit, labour spent in vain, the toil of years seized upon, the breaking up of homes, the miseries, sicknesses, deaths of parents, children, wives ; the despair and wildness which spring up in the hearts of the poor when legal force, like a sharp harrow, goes over the most sensitive and vital rights of mankind. All this is contained in the land question.

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