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THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION BUILDINGQuestion Mr Gregory Auswer
179
Loan Societies Bill
185
Stipendiary Magistrates Bill Bill 189
189
Bill recommitted in respect of Clauses relating to Railway Passengers
191
Corrupt Practices at Elections Bill Bill 136
233
Trout c Fishing Scotland Bill
245
THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION BUILDING Question Mr Gregory Answer
247
SEA FISHERIESMotion made and Question proposed
261
Ways and Meansconsidered in Committee Third Reading Vice Admiralty Courts
277
Innkeepers Liability No 1 Bill Mr Wykeham Martin
303
Select Committee Report Local Govern
321
INDIAN MEDICAL SERVICEQuestion Earl Jermyn Answer Sir Charles Wood
323
Volunteers Bill No 140
353
VOLUNTEERS BillCommitteecontinued
365
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATEScontinued
367
Drainage and Improvement of Land Ireland Bill Bill 106
381
Volunteers Bill No 140
383
Remaining Clauses agreed
395
THE DISTRESSED Cotton OPERATIVESQuestion Mr Ferrand Answer Mr C
403
PRISON MINISTERS BILLLords Amendments continued
407
CHICORY AND COFFEE_Question Mr Crawford Answer The Chancellor
413
SUPPLYCivil SERVICE ESTIMATEScontinued
451
Offences South Africa Bill Lords Bill 113
473
Prison Ministers Bill No 109
495
IRELANDPOLICE IN TIPPERARYQuestion Mr Bagwell Answer Sir Robert
515
Main Question put and agreed to
545
非 Bill 180 Poisoning Bill 181 Duchy South Side Sir Robert Hitchams
549
houses Abroad
551
After Debate Report of Amendments put off to Friday next
569
RELIEF OF CASUAL POORQuestion Viscount Raynham Answer Mr C
573
UNIFORMITY ActNotion made and Question proposed That in the opinion
589
1
615
THE BOARD OF ADMIRALTYMotion made and Question proposed That
657
Sheep and Cattle Scotland Bill Bill 115_
671
LONDON CITY TRAFFIC REGULATION BILL Lords
687
POLANDCONVENTION BETWEEN RUSSIA AND PRUSSIA Question The Earl
697
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATEScontinued
759
Drainage and Improvement of Land Ireland Bill Bill 106
773
Redemption of Rents Ireland Bill 1 L No 110
795
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
813
CASE OF CAPTAIN MELVILLE WHITEQuestion Colonel French
871
CASE OF SERGEANT MAJOR LILLEYQuestion The Earl of Shaftesbury
893
Three Miles from the Mouths of Rivers Amendment that no fixed engine
895
AFFAIRS OF GREECEQuestion Mr Seymour Fitzgerald Answer The Chancellor
923
Bill reported as amended to be considered on Thursday and to be printed
963
Amendment proposed to strike out the word three and insert the word five
969
Bill put off for three
975
BRIDE AND BLACKWATER RIVERSMotion made and Question proposed
981
BALLOTMotion made and Question proposed That leave be given to bring
995
Second Reading Navy Prize Money c Roads Acts Amendment Bill 131
1003
Waywardens Contracts Bill 1 1
1161
OFFICERS OF ARTILLERY IN INDIAQuestion Colonel Sykes Answer Sir C Wood 1176
1177
Drainage and Improvement of Land Ireland Bill Bill 106
1221
TAE LISBURN ELECTIONMotion made and Question put That this House do
1223
POOR RELIEFSelect Committee appointed
1225
Prison Ministers Bill No 146
1243
Sir Morton Peto Answer Mr Cowper 1249 THE New HousES OF PARLIAMENTCONTRACT WITH MR SZERELMEYQuestion
1249
FORCED LABOUR ON THE Suez CanalQuestion Mr Darby Griffith Answer
1253
Thames Embankment South Side recommitted Bill Bill 171
1277
Domestic Servants and Apprentices Protection Bill
1287
Six oclock
1305
MINUTES PUBLIC BillsFirst Reading CommitteeLondon Coal and Wine Duties
1311
AFFAIRS OF PARAGUAYQuestion Mr Bernal Osborne Answer Mr Layard
1379
Public Bills First Reading Poor Law Man Bill 123
1383
Misappropriation by Servants Bill Bill 156
1397
COMMONS THURSDAY JUNE 25
1423
Leases and Sales of Settled Estates Act Amendment Bill
1425
SUPPLY considered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
1429
THE FOREIGN ENLISTMENT ACTQuestion Mr Cobden Answer Mr Layard 1434
1435
THE MAOW COURT MARTIAL COLONEL CRAWLEYS CASE Questions
1437
Leases and Sales of Settled Estates Act Amendment Bill
1495
AMERICAN Prize CourtsQuestion The Marquess of Clanricarde Answer
1505
LORDS FRIDAY JUNE 26
1507
85 New Zealand Boundaries 26 27 Vict
1509
Public Works Manufacturing Districts Bill Bill 154
1517
GROWING CROPS IN IRELANDQuestion Sir Frederick Heygate Answer
1523
Debate adjourned till Monday next
1593
POLANDObservations Earl Russell
1611
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE INDIAN ARMYQuestion Mr MacEvoy Answer
1681
Removal and Punishment of Prisoners Bill
1717
MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERSMoved
1753
NAUTICAL SCHOOL GREENWICH HOSPITALQuestion Sir Morton Peto Answer
1765
UNITED STATES_FEDERAL RECRUITING IN LEEDS Question Mr Ferrand
1771
After short Debate Question That the words proposed to be left out stand
1841
Landed Property Improvement Ireland Bill
1845
The House divided Ayes 102 Noes 122
1849
Bakehouses Regulation Bill No
1853
POLAND ALLEGED RussIAN CRUELTIES Question Viscount Stratford
1855
The Glasgow MURDERCASE OF Jessie MacLACHLAN Question Mr Mure
1857
Cayman Islands Bill Lords Bill 132
1859
Lord
1863
Royal Assent Customs and Inland Revenue Corrupt Practices at Elections 28 27
LISBURN ELECTION
Fisheries Ireland Bill Bill 137
1021
806
Hares Ireland 26 27 Vict c 19 Savings Banks Monies 26 27 Vict c 25
Poor Law Board Continuance Bill
POLANDQuestion The Earl of Ellenborough Answer Earl Russell 479

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Pagina 833 - Our common law system consists in the applying to new combinations of circumstances those rules of law which we derive from legal principles and judicial precedents; and for the sake of attaining uniformity, consistency, and certainty, we must apply those rules, where they are not plainly unreasonable and inconvenient, to all cases which arise...
Pagina 721 - No innkeeper shall be liable to make good to any guest of such innkeeper any loss of or injury to goods or property brought to his inn, not being a horse or other live animal, or any gear appertaining thereto, or any carriage, to a greater amount than the sum of £30, except in the following cases (that is to say): 1.
Pagina 949 - The neutral flag covers enemy's goods, with the exception of contraband of war; 3. Neutral goods, with the exception of contraband of war, are not liable to capture under enemy's flag; 4. Blockades, in order to be binding, must be effective — that is to say, maintained by a force sufficient really to prevent access to the coast of the enemy.
Pagina 645 - That the Book of Common Prayer, and of ordering of Bishops, Priests, and Deacons, containeth in it nothing contrary to the word of God...
Pagina 3 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to direct...
Pagina 633 - What is a man, If his chief good and market of his time Be but to sleep and feed? a beast, no more. Sure, he that made us with such large discourse, Looking before and after, gave us not That capability and god-like reason To fust in us unused.
Pagina 831 - In many instances the language is, 'It is better stare decisis; the very case has already been determined.' Lord Eldon says, ' Where there is a decision precisely in point it is better to follow it.' In a multitude of cases the authority of a single case, though not fully approved, has governed judicial decisions. The language used is, ' Although if the matter were res Integra it might admit of difficulty;' or ' although the doctrine is not founded on good sense...

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