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COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM THE SEVENTEENTH DAY OF

FEBRUARY TO THE SECOND DAY OF MARCH, 1904.

SECOND VOLUME OF SESSION.

1904.

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED,

UNDER CONTRACT WITH HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE,

BY

WYMAN AND SONS, LIMITED, FETTER LANE, LONDON,

CHRONOLOGY OF "THE PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES."

THE PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY contains all that can be collected of the Legislative History of this country from the Conquest to the close of the XVIIIth Century (1803), 36 vols. The chief sources whence these Debates are derived are the Constitutional History, 24 vols. ; Sir Simonds D'Ewes' Journal ; Debates of the Commons in 1620 and 1621 ; Chandler and Timberland's Debates, 22 vols. ; Grey's Debates of the Commons, from 1667 to 1694, 10 vols. ; Almon's Debates, 24 vols. ; Debrett's Debates, 63 vols. ; The Hardwicke Papers ; Debates in Parliament by Dr. Johnson, &c., &c.

THE PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES commence with the year 1803, and the contents are set forth in the following Chronological Table :

HISTORY.

(SIXTH PARLIAMENT.) CONQUEST to 34 GEO. II.—1066 to 1760. Vol. 39 & 40...59 GEO. III. ... 1819

41
...60

1819-20 Vol. 1 to 15, 1 Will. I. to 34 GEO. II. 1066-1760

Second Series. REIGN OF GEORGE III.-1760 to 1820.

REIGN OF GEORGE IV.-1820 to 1830 Vol. 15 to 35, 1 GEO. III. to 40 GEO. III. ' 1760-1800

(SEVENTH PARLIAMENT.) Vol. 1 to 3... 1 GEO. IV.

1820 (FIRST PARLIAMENT.)

4 & 5... 2

1821 Vol. 35 .41 GEO. III..........1801

6 7... 3

1822
36
.42.

.1802
8 9... 4

1823
10
5

1824 (SECOND PARLIAMENT.)

12 13... 6
14 15... 7

1826 Vol. 36 .........42 GEO. III. ......1802-3

(EIGHTH PARLIAMENT.)
DEBATES.

Vol. 16
7 GEO. IV.

1826
17
8

1827 First Series.

18 & 19... 9

1828 (SECOND PARLIAMENT—continued.).

20 21...10

1829 Vol. 1 & 2...44 GEO. III. ...... 1803.4 22 to 25...11

1830 3 to 5...45

1805 6 & 7... 46

1806

Third Series.

11...

..... 1825-6

(THIRD PARLIAMENT.)

REIGN OF WILLIAM IV.-1830 to 1837. Vol. 8 & 9...47 GEO. III. ...1806-7

(NINTH PARLIAMENT.)

Vol, 1 to 3... 1 WILL. IV.......1830-1 (FOURTH PARLIAMENT.) Vol. 9 to 11...48 GEO. III. ......1807-8

(TENTH PARLIAMENT.) 12 14...49

1809

Vol. 4 to S... 2 WILL. IV.
15 17...50
1810

1831 9 14... 3

1832 18 - 20...51

1810-11 21 23...52

1812

(ELEVENTH PARLIAMENT.) (FIFTH PARLIAMENT.)

Vol. 15 to 20... 4 WILL. IV. ...... 1833 21 25... 5

1834 Vol. 24 to 26...53 GEO. III. 1812-13 27 & 28...54

1813-14 29 to 31...55

1814-15

(TWELFTH PARLIAMENT.) 32 34...56

1816 Vol. 26 to 30... 6 WILL. IV. ...... 1835 35 & 36...57 1817 31 35... 7

1836 37 38...58 1818 36 38... 8

1837

...

OF STATE, ETC.

THE CABINET.

Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury and Lord Privy Seal --Rt. Hon. ARTHUR J.

BALFOUR.
Lord President of the Council -Most Hon. the Marquess of LONDONDERRY, K.G.
Lord Chancellor--Rt. Hon. Earl of HALSBURY.
Secretaries of State-

Foreign Affairs--Most Hon. the Marquess of LANSDOWNE, K.G.
Home Department--Rt. Hon. A. AKERS-Douglas, M.P.
Colonial-Rt. Hon. ALFRED LYTTELTON, M.P.
War---Rt. Hon. H. O. ARNOLD-FORSTER, M.P.

India--Rt. Hon. W. ST. JOHN BRODRICK, M.P.
Chancellor of the Exchequer-_Rt. Hon. J. AUSTEN CHAMBERLAJN, M.P.
First Lord of the Admiralty- -Rt. Hon. the Earl of SELBORNE.
Lord Chancellor of Ireland --Rt. Hon. Lord ASHBOURNE.
President of the Board of Trade--Rt. Hon. GERALD W. BALFOUR, M.P.
Postmaster-General ––Lord STANLEY, M.P.
Secretary for Scotland--Rt. Hon. A. GRAHAM MURRAY, M.P.
President of the Local Government Board-_Rt. Hon. WALTER H. LONG, M.P.
President of the Board of Agriculture--Rt. Hon. Earl of Onslow.
President of the Board of Education - The Most Hon. the Marquess of LONDONDERRY.
Chief Secretary for Ireland --Rt. Hon. GEORGE WYNDHAM, M.P.

NOT IN THE CABINET.

(, M.P.

Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury- -Sir A. ACLAND-Hood, Bt., M.P.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury- VICTOR CAVENDISH, Esq., M.P.
Secretary of the Board of Education- -Sir WILLIAM ANSON, Bt., M.P.
Secretary to the Admiralty--E. G. PRETYMAN, Esq., M.P.

LORD BALCARRES, M.P.
Lords of the Treasury-

H. W. FORSTER, Esq., M.P.

Admiral Lord W. T. KERR, K.C.B.
Lords of the Admiralty--

Rear-Admiral Sir C. C. DRURY, K.C.S.I.
Rear-Admiral W. H. MAY, M.V.O.

Rear-Admiral John DURNFORD, C.B., D.S.O.
THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR War [in the Cabinet].
Lt.-Gen. Sir N. G. LYTTELTON, K.C.B.
Major-General C. W. H. Douglas.

Major. General H. C. 0. PLUMER, C.B.
Army Council - Major-General Sir J. W. MURRAY, K.C.B.

THE UNDER-SECRETARY OF STATE FOR WAR.
THE FINANCIAL SECRETARY TO THE WAR OFFICE.
Secretary. THE PERMANENT UNDER-SECRETARY OF STATE FOR WAR (Col. Sir

E. W. D. WARD, K.C.B.).
Civil Lord of the Admiralty-~ARTHUR H. LEE, Esq., M.P.
Parliamentary Secretary, Foreign Office--Earl PERCY, M.P.
Parliamentary Secretary, Home Office- -Hon. T. H. COCHRANE, M.P.
Parliamentary Secretary, Colonial Office-His Grace the Duke of MARLBOROUGH.
Parliamentary Secretary, India Office--Rt. Hon. Earl of HARDWICKE.
Parliamentary Secretary, War Office--Rt. Hon. Earl of DONOUGHMORE.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade--A. Bonar Law, Esq., M.P.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Local Government Board—–J. GRANT Lawson, Esq., M.P.
Financial Secretary, War Office, W. BROMLEY DAVENPORT, Esq., M.P.
Attorney-General- -Sir R. B. FINLAY, K.C., M.P.
Solicitor-General --Rt. Hon. Sir E. CARSON, K.C., M.P.
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland- -Rt. Hon. Earl of DUDLEY.
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster-Rt. Hon. Sir WM. WALROND, Bt., M.P.

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