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Poor LAWVAGRANCYQuestion Sir Baldwyn Leighton Answer
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Answer Mr Mundella
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0
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MAINTENANCE OF MAIN ROADS SOUTH WALESQuestion Viscount Emlyn
105
Municipal Corporations recommitted Bill Bill 113
113
IRELANDPRISONERS UNDER THE STATUTE 34 EDWARD III 0 1 Ques
171
County Courts Ireland Bill Bill 187
187
QUESTIONS
197
THE ORDNANCE SURVEYQuestion Observations Lord Braye Earl Stan
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PRISONS IRELAND ACTLIMERICK GAOLQuestions Mr Healy
229
cond
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IRELANDIRISH POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT Question Mr Mitchell
241
ORDERS OF THE
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Motion That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair by leave withdrawn
313
IRELANDIRISH POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT_Observations The Marquess
327
PARLIAMENTSEATS OF MEMBERS IN THIS HouseObservations
339
CRIMINAL LAW IRELANDMR PHILIP BRANIGANQuestion Mr Callan
359
Spirits in Bond Bill Bill 54
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PARLIAMENT_ORDER OF BUSINESS Questions Sir Stafford Northcote
525
RUSSIATHE AUSTRALIAN COLONIESQuestion Observations The Earl
547
LAW AND POLICE IRELAND BONFIRESQuestion Mr Biggar Answer
555
Emead LORDS MONDAY MAY 15
647
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND Act 1881
667
ORDERS OF THE DAY
679
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703
PARLIAMENT BUSINESS OF THE HOUSERESOLUTION continued
707
IRELANDIRISH POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENTPostponement of Motion
797
Local Government Provisional Order Artizans and Labourers Dwellings
801
Municipal Corporations recommitted Bill Bill 113
805
SALVATION ARMYMOTION FOR AN ADDRESS
817
IRELANDIrish POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENTRELEASE OF MR PARNELL
829
Local Government Ireland Provisional Orders No 2 BillOrdered
895
Arklow Harbour Bill Bill 137
945
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND Act 1881MR
957
Tomorrow
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Places of Public Worship Sites Amendment Bill No 77
1085
RIVERS CONSERVANCY AND FLOODS PREVENTION BILLQuestion
1091
Arrears of Rent Ireland Bill
1093
Arklow Harbour Bill Bill 137
1095
THIRD SERIES 0
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EGYPT POLITICAL AFFAIRSQuestions Sir H Drummond Wolff
1145
MOTIONS
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Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
1189
MILITARY MANEUVRES COMPENSATION Considered in Committee
1225
The House divided Ayes 296 Noes 181
1443
PREVENTION OF CRIME IRELAND ALLOWANCES AND EXPENSES
1505
List of the Committee
1513
Local Government Ireland Provisional Orders No 5 BillOrdered Mr Soli
1529
COMMONS FRIDAY MAY 5
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Supreme Court of Judicature Acts Amendment Bill Bill 154
1589
LAW AND POLICE IRELAND SUBCONSTABLE KEPPEL Questions
1591
SPAINDEATH OF A BRITISH SUBJECTQuestion Mr Henderson Answer
1603
The House divided ńyes 344 Noes
1691
PRIVATE BILLS
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CRIMINAL LAWINCITEMENTS TO MURDERQuestion Mr AkersDouglas
1709
PrevenTION OF CRIME IRELAND BILLObservations Mr Parnell Reply
1755
Prevention of Crime Ireland Bill Bill 157 First Night
1771
EGYPT POLITICAL AFFAIRS Questions Sir R Assheton Cross Mr W
1785
Public Schools Scotland Teachers Bill
1789
Prevention of Crime Ireland Bill
1791
PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY IRELAND Act 1881MR PATRICK
1843
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
1857
Prevention of Crime Ireland Bill Bill 157 Second Night
1923
Pier and Harbour Provisional Orders No 2 Bill Ordered Mr Ashley
1929
Conveyancing Bill Lords Bill 1211
1931
SOUTH AFRICACETEWAYO ExKING OF ZULULANDABANDONMENT
1935
PREVENTION OF CRIME IRELAND BILL CLAUSE 1ALLEGED RESIGNATION
1939
Government Annuities and Assurance BillOrdered Mr Fawcett Mr Courtney
2077
IRELANDIRISH POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENTRELEASE OF MR PARNELL
ARMYAUXILIARY FORCESBREVET MAJORSQuestion Colonel OBeirne
Copyright Musical Compositions Bill
ASYLUMS SCOTLAND THE NEW LANARKSHIRE AsylumQuestion
815
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT_ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ENGLANDQuestion
SCIENCE AND ARTTHE ORKNEY SAGASQuestion Mr Thorold Rogers
Post OFFICEPostagE RATES TO INDIAQuestion Mr Baxter Answer
Imprisonment for Contumacy Bill No 19
Local Government Provisional Orders No 3 BillOrdered Mr Hibbert
IRISH LAND COMMISSIONJUDICIAL RENTSTHE RETURN Question
LAW AND POLICETHE RIOTS AT CAMBORNE CORNWALLQuestion
ARMYTHE COMMITTEE ON MUSIETRY INSTRUCTIONTHE EVIDENCE
NavyCOMMANDING OFFICERS FAMILIESQuestion Mr Callan Answer
PARLIAMENT_ORDER OF BUSINESSQuestion Sir R Assheton Cross
242
PATENT MEDICINESObservations Mr Warton Dr Farquharson Reply
1602
THE REVENUETHE WINE DUTIESSPANISH WINESQuestion Mr
Irish Reproductive Loan Fund Act 1874 Amendment
Supreme Court of Judicature Acts Amendment Bill

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Pagina 255 - We command you, That within eight days after the service of this writ on you, inclusive of the day of such service, you do cause an appearance to be entered...
Pagina 743 - Any person who corruptly by himself or by any other person, either before, during, or after an election, directly or indirectly gives or provides, or pays wholly or in part the expense of giving or providing, any meat drink entertainment or provision to or for any person, for the purpose of corruptly influencing that person or any other person to give or refrain from giving his vote at...
Pagina 905 - If the arrears question be settled upon the lines indicated by us, I have every confidence — a confidence shared by my colleagues — that the exertions which we should be able to make strenuously and unremittingly would be effective in stopping outrages and intimidation of all kinds.
Pagina 153 - Leeds], and even within these few moments I have been ' ; informed that towards the vindication of law and order, of the 1881. rights of property, of the freedom of the land, of the first elements of political life and civilisation, the first step has been taken in the arrest of the man who unhappily from motives which I do not challenge, which I cannot examine and with which I have nothing to do, has made himself beyond all others prominent in the attempt to destroy the authority of the law...
Pagina 371 - The Committee of Public Accounts is appointed by the House of Commons to examine "the accounts showing the appropriation of the sums granted by Parliament to meet the public expenditure, and of such other accounts laid before Parliament as the committee may think fit
Pagina 119 - Tudor King said to a great Irishman in former times — " If all Ireland cannot govern the Earl of Kildare, then let the Earl of Kildare govern Ireland.
Pagina 701 - The accomplishment of the programme I have sketched out to you would, in my judgment, be regarded by the country as a practical settlement of the Land Question, and would, I feel sure, enable us to cooperate cordially for the future with the Liberal Party in forwarding Liberal principles...
Pagina 65 - An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the Tramways Act 1870...
Pagina 255 - NB — This writ is to be served within twelve calendar months from the date thereof, or, if renewed, within six calendar months from the date of the last renewal, including the day of such date, and not afterwards.

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