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ve? 274
49
District Auditors Bill Bill 79
79
visinu
99
WAYS AND MEANS_REPORTResolutions February 28 reported i 16
105
Racecourses Metropolis Bill Bill 48
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PRITATE BILLS I
117
Simon
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HOUSEHOLD SUFFRAGE COUNTIESRESOLUTIONS ris Lortute You
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divided Ayes 226 Noes 291 Majority 65 tiesu
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DOMINION OF CANADAThe New TARIFFNotice of Question Mr John
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w Words as amended added
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ORDERS OF THE
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Pour LAW IRELAND REMOVAL OF IRISH PAUPERSQuestion Major
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MERCANTILE MARINEFOREIGN STEAMERSQuestion Mr Bates Answer
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ARNY HalfPAY SERVICE Question Sir Eardley Wilmot Answer
283
650 British Museum Buildings After short debate Vote agreed to
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13 Motion made and Question proposed That a Supplementary sum not exceeding
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SIFFLECIVIL SERVICE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 18789Committeecontinued
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PRIVATE BUSINESS
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Div List No 38
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MOTIONS
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Parliamentary Burghs Scotland BillOrdered Mr James Cowan Mr MLaren
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ISLAND OF CYPRUSCONSULAR JURISDICTIONQuestion Sir Charles
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a 5 AICLOBIVE
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Fert Donegal Railway Bill
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Amendment proposed
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ADJOURNMENT
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Habitual Drunkards Bill Bill 47
753
Clerical Disabilities Billcontinued
779
Debtors Act 1869 Amendment Bill No 9
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Thames River Prevention of Floods Bill by Order
809
Army Discipline and Regulation Bill Bill 88
881
COMMONS FRIDAY MARCH 14
893
Vidland Railway Bill by Order
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NaryEXPLOSION Oxi BOARD H M S THUNDERER Observations
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Prosecution of Offences Bill Bill 68 7
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CRIMINAL LAWCASE OF SETH EVANS_Question Mr Hopwood Answer
991
Rivers Conservancy Bill No 20 1 1
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ARMYSTARF OPPICERS OF ARTILLERYQuestions Lord Edmond Fitz
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Hamilton 8
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To leave out from the word That to the end of the Question in order to add
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After long debate Question put That the words proposed to be left
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112
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SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE SUPPLEMENTARY Esti
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TREATY OF BERLINTHE BRITISH FLEET_Observations Question Lord
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A117PORTABLE INTRENCHING ToolsQuestion Sir Baldwyn Leighton
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ITOXICATING LIQUORS LICENCESOrder for resuming Adjourned Debate
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Motion by leave withdrawn 100 U I
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SOUTH AFRICA THË ZULU WARSIR BARILE FRERE Notices of Motion
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SPAINSLAVERY IN CUBAQuestion Observations Earl Granville Reply
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113
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AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS Act 1875continued
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Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
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RuLWAYSCONTINUOUS FOOTBOARDSQuestion Mr Gregory Answer
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ARNY MEDICAL DEPARTMENTMOTION FOR AN ADDRESS
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REGISTRARS OF COUNTY COURTS IRELAND Questions Mr Meldon
1813
COMMONS THURSDAY MARCH 27
1849
NA Lowther RBANCES IN BARET 1876 LaterBoo
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Workmens Compensation Bill No
1963
Anderson Answer The Chancellor of the Exchequer 14
2095
After long
2097
112
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ANIMALS Act 1878CATTLE DISEASE IN
IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT LEGISLATION Question Mr M T Bass
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Acts SCHOOL BOARDS Question Viscount
IKDIATHE NORTHWESTERN FRONTIERTHE OCCUPATION OF QUETTAA
That the words it would be most undesirable and inopportune to change the
COLONIAL MARRIAGES BILLQuestion Mr Beresford Hope Answer
COMMONS WEDNESDAY MARCH 26
Medical Act 1858 Amendment Bill Bill 2
PRIVATE BULLS CASTASSING OF MEMBERS Observations Mr Raikes
Bill ordered Sir John Lubbock Mr Coope Mr Herschell Sir Charles
ARMYSIXTEENSHOOTER RIFLESQuestion Colonel Barne Answer Lord
Medical Act 1858 Amendment Bill No 16
South AFRICA THE ZULU WAR 12 SIR BARTLE FRERERESOLUTION
NAVY_COALING AT ST VINCENTQuestion Mr T Brassey Answer
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173 ページ - ... development of the moral qualities of the human race; to the cultivation of their faculties, and to the security as well as the improvement of their virtues: — a clime not exempt, indeed, from variations of the elements, but variations which purify while they agitate the atmosphere that we breathe. Let us be sensible of the advantages which it is our happiness to enjoy. Let us guard with pious gratitude the flame of genuine liberty, that fire from heaven, of which our Constitution is the holy...
651 ページ - ... a legal power of restraining the issue or renewal of licences should be placed in the hands of the persons most deeply interested and affected — namely, the inhabitants themselves — who are entitled to protection from the injurious consequences of the present system.
233 ページ - Minorities, so long as they remain minorities, are, and ought to be, outvoted; but under arrangements which enable any assemblage of voters, amounting to a certain number, to place in the legislature a representative of its own choice, minorities cannot be suppressed. Independent opinions will force their way into the council of the nation and make themselves heard there, a thing which often cannot happen in the existing forms of representative democracy; and the legislature, instead of being weeded...
703 ページ - That in the opinion of this House it is necessary that the Established Church of Ireland should cease to exist as an establishment, due regard being had to all personal interests and to all individual rights of property.
651 ページ - Your committee, in conclusion, are of opinion that as the ancient and avowed object of licensing the sale of intoxicating liquors is to supply a supposed public want, without detriment to the public welfare...
171 ページ - I think the blessings which we have enjoyed under it; and by arguments of another sort, if arguments of another sort shall ever be brought against it But all that I am now contending for is, that whatever reformation is proposed, should be considered with some reference to the established Constitution of the country. That point being conceded to me, I have no difficulty in saying, that I cannot conceive a Constitution of which one-third part shall be an assembly delegated by the people — not to...
173 ページ - Our lot is happily cast in the temperate zone of freedom : the clime best suited to the development of the moral qualities of the human race ; to the cultivation of their faculties, and to the security as well as the improvement of their virtues : — a clime not exempt indeed from variations of the elements, but variations which purify while they agitate the atmosphere that we breathe. Let us be sensible of the advantages which it is our happiness to enjoy. Let us guard with pious...
633 ページ - ... increasing habits of temperance and abstinence from the use of ardent spirits, I venture to say that the amount of wealth such a change would bring to the nation would utterly throw into the shade the amount of revenue that is now derived from the spirit duty...

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