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CHAPTER IV.

THE FALL OF THE COALITION.

Protests against War, [107]. Convention of Mudania, [108]. Amnesty in Ireland,

[1087. Church Congress, [109). Unionist Discontent, [110]. Defence of the

Coalition by Mr. Austen Chamberlain, [110]. By Mr. Lloyd George, [111].

Attitude of Lord Salisbury, [112]. Conservative Gain at Newport, [113]. Meet-
ing at Carlton Club, [113]. Resignation of Government, [114]. Speech of Mr.
Lloyd George, [114]. Mr. Bonar Law Prime Minister, [115]. Government
Policy Outlined, [115]. Programme of Mr. Lloyd George, [116]. Of the
Independent Liberals, [116]. Of the Labour Party, [116]. Dissolution of
Parliament, [117]. Speeches of Party Leaders, [117]. Nomination of Candi-

dates, [118]. Election Campaign, [118]. The Prime Minister and Agriculture,

[119]. Results of the Election, [120]. Mr. R. Macdonald Leader of the

Opposition, [121]. King's Speech, [121]. Labour Amendment, [122]. The

Unemployment Problem, [122]. Government Proposals, [123]. Debate on

the Address, [125]. Lord Curzon's Statement on Foreign Policy, [126]. Cap-

ture and Execution of Erskine Childers, [127]. Irish Free State Bills in House

of Commons, [128]. In House of Lords, [130]. Royal Assent Given, [131].

Northern Ireland Votes for Exclusion, [131]. Execution of Rory O'Connor,

[131]. Affairs in Ireland, [132]. Agriculture in House of Commons, [134].

Importation of Animals Bill, [134]. Discussion on Battleships, (136). The

Gounaris Correspondence Affair, [137]. Fresh London Conference on Repara-

tions, [138]. Debate in House of Lords, [139]. Prime Minister's Speech in

House of Commons, [140]. Debate, [140]. Labour Party and Parliament,

(141). Government and Unemployment, [143]. Commission on Honours

Report, [144]. Summary, [144].

PREFATORY NOTE.

Once again the Editor of the Annual REGISTER desires to acknowledge his great indebtedness to The Times for permission to make use of matter published in its columns, and also to Ross's Parliamentary Record for its parliamentary reports.

MR. BONAR LAW'S CONSERVATIVE MINISTRY.

(TOOK OFFICE OCTOBER 24.)

CABINET MINISTERS.
Prime Minister and First Lord of
the Treasury . . .

Mr. A. Bonar Law.
Lord President of the Council . The Marquess of Salisbury.
Lord Chancellor .

Viscount Cave.
Chancellor of the Exchequer . . Mr. Stanley Baldwin.
Secretaries of State :-
Home . . . . .

Mr. W. C. Bridgeman.
Foreign . .

Marquess Curzon.
Colonies . .

The Duke of Devonshire.
War

The Earl of Derby.
India

Viscount Peel.
Scotland . . .

Viscount Novar.
Presidents :-
Board of Trade .

Sir Philip Lloyd-Greame.
Board of Education

· Hon. E. F. L. Wood. First Lord of the Admiralty . . Lt. Col. L. S. Amery. Minister of Health . .

Sir Arthur Griffith-Boscawen.
Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries Sir Robert Sanders.
Minister of Labour . . . . Sir Montague Barlow.

MINISTERS NOT IN THE CABINET.

Attorney-General .

Sir Douglas Hogg. Secretary for Air

Sir Samuel Hoare. Minister of Pensions .

. Mr. G. C. Tyron. Postmaster-General

Mr. Neville Chamberlain.
First Commissioner of Wor . Sir John Baird.
Solicitor-General .

Sir T. W. H. Inskip.
Civil Lord of the Admiralty . The Marquis of Linlithgow.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury Mr. J. W. Hills.
Secretary for Mines .

Mr. G. R. Lane-Fox.
Under-Secretaries of State :-
Air . . . . .

Duke of Sutherland.
Colonies. .

Hon. W. Ormsby-Gore,
Foreign . . .

Mr. Ronald McNeill.
Home

• Hon. G. F. Stanley.
India

Earl Winterton.
War.

Hon. Walter Guinness.
Parliamentary Secretaries :-
Admiralty

B. M. Eyres-Monsell.
Agriculture and Fisheries Earl of Ancaster.

Earl of Onslow.
Labour .

Mr. A. Boyd Carpenter,
Transport and Works

Mr. Wilfrid Ashley.
Treasury :

Lt.-Col. Leslie Wilson.
Board of Trade

. Lord Wolmer.
War . . .

.

Hon. F. S. Jackson.
• Sir William Joynson-Hicks.

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