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Thomas Curson Hansard
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ParliamentLeitrim County ElectionCaptain OBeirneQuestion
179
Toll Bridges River Thames recommitted Bill Bill 219
219
Landlord and Tenant Ireland Act Amendment Bill Bill 40
223
IndiaSlave Trading of Subjects of Native Princes in India
235
AbutWinchester BarracksQuestion Mr Simonds Answer
249
AmMobilization of the ForcesQuestion Mr J Holms Answer
261
Employees Liability foe Injuries to theih Servants
313
Local Government Boards Provisional Orders Confirmation Artizans
335
Supreme Court of Judicature Ireland Bill Lords Bill 161
341
TurkeyThe Insurrectionary ProvincesQuestions Observations
385
TurkeyThe Berlin MemorandumMotion foe an Address
399
COMMONS MONDAY JUNE 26
417
Crab and Lobster Fisheries Norfolk Bill Question Mr Meldon
429
ScffltCommitteecontinued
439
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
455
Navy Training Ships IrelandQuestion Major OGorman Answer
465
Boor Law Amendment Bill Bill 190
477
The Fortifications of Malta Question Observations Earl De
487
COMMONS TUESDAY JUNE 27
499
Civil Bill Courts Ireland BiU Bill 82
535
Constabulary Pensioners IrelandMotion for a Select Committee
569
Seal Estate Intestacy Bill Bill 31
589
Main Question as amended put and agreed to
609
Church Temporalities IrelandMotion for a ReturnQuestion
611
TurkeyDeclaration of War by ServiaQuestion The Marquess
623
We of Man Officers Bill Ordered Sir Henry SelwinLiieteon Mr Secretary Crete
713
Slave Trade Bill No 135
733
Mia Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
821
Bill ordered
823
Wild Fowl Preservation Bill No 134
845
MetropolisHyde Park CornerQuestion Mr Cawley Answer Lord
857
The Slave Trade in the Red SeaQuestion Sir H Drummond Wolff
869
Prisons Bill BUI 180
885
Bankers Books Evidence Bill Bill 205
937
TurkeyThe Servian InvasionQuestion Mr Hayter Answer
949
Public Works Loans Bill Bill 202
951
Appellate Jurisdiction Bill Lords Bill 111
981
The House resumed its Sitting at Nine of the clock
985
Medical Act Amendment Foreign Universities Bill Bill
995
Increase of the Episcopate Bill Bill 11
1019
Protection to Growing Crops Scotland Bill Bill 95
1027
Saint Vincent Tobago and Grenada Constitution Bill
1039
University of Cambridge Bill Bill 151
1053
Coal MinesThe Bieley ExplosionQuestion Mr Macdonald Answer
1279
The House suspended its Sitting at Seven of the clock
1301
NavyCaptain SultvanEesolution
1315
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday Ireland No
1333
Metropolis Gas Surrey Side Bill
1387
Church Bodies GibraltarThe OrdinancesQuestion Mr Dillwyn
1399
Arkxow Harbour Improvement Bill Expenses of Works
1425
It being now Seven of the clock the House suspended its sitting
1457
Wild Fowl Preservation Bill No 134
1469
Army Patented Inventions Small Arms Question Sir Walter
1479
Elementary Education Bill Bill 155
1495
Crossed Cheques Bill Lords Bill 112
1515
Elementary Education Bill Bill 155
1527
Poob Law Outdoor BeliefBesolution Mr Pell
1551
Forfeiture Relief BillOrdered Mr Marten Mr Osborne Morgan Mr Gregory pre
1617
Army Auxiliary Forces Militia Adjutants Question Colonel
1621
Elementary Education Bill Bill 155
1639
Cattle Disease Ireland Bill Bill 94
1677
Public Record Office Ireland Bill Ordered Mr William Henry Smith
1681
Notices to Quit Ireland Bill No 165
1693
The Turkish Debt The Loan of 1854 Resolution
1735
Com
1761
Parliamentary AgencyReport of the Select Committee
1767
COMMONS MONDAY JULY 24
1807
Post OfficeThe West India Home MailsQuestion Mr Muntz
1819
Medical Act Qualifications Bill No 184
1881
Burial Grounds Bill Bill 67
1913
Amendment proposed to leave out the word now and at the end
1927
Valuation of Property Metropolis Act 1869 Amendment
1939
Thb Judicature ActsCave v MackenzieObservations Question Lord
1951
Merchant Shipping ActsShips SurgeonsQuestion Captain Pirn
1963
Crab and Lobster FisheriesQuestion Mr OShaughnessy Answer
1967
Bishopric of Truro Bill Bill 185
2021
Army The Reserve ForcesYeomanry Trumpeters and Bands
The Channel IslandsJerseyOrders in CouncilQuestions
Criminal LawThe Tichborne CaseArthur Orton Question Major
Elementary Education Act 1870Arm ley National SchoolQuestion
National Education IrelandMotion for Returns
Fugitive SlavesThe Admiralty CircularsQuestion Mr Forsyth
Education Boahd IrelandThe StaffQuestion Mr Sullivan
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland with the Commissioners of National Education on
third series
Public Health Vaccination ActsThe Keighley Board of Guar

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749 ページ - Canst thou not minister to a mind diseas'd ; Pluck from the memory a rooted sorrow; Raze out the written troubles of the brain ; And with some sweet oblivious antidote Cleanse the stuffd bosom of that perilous stuff Which weighs upon the heart?
667 ページ - The labour of his body, and the work of his hands, we may say, are properly his. Whatsoever, then, he removes out of the state that nature hath provided and left it in, he hath mixed his labour with, and joined to it something that is his own, and thereby makes it his property.
113 ページ - One lesson, shepherd, let us two divide, Taught both by what she shows, and what conceals • Never to blend our pleasure or our pride With sorrow of the meanest thing that feels.
689 ページ - The land of Ireland, the land of every country, belongs to the people of that country. The individuals called landowners have no right, in morality and justice, to anything but the rent, or compensation for its saleable value.
493 ページ - Arranged to meet the requirements of the Syllabus of the Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education, South Kensington.
691 ページ - I know that it is impossible for human wretchedness to exceed that of the miserable peasantry in that province. I know that the unhappy tenantry are ground to powder by relentless landlords.
333 ページ - If any person knowingly sends or attempts to send or is party to the sending or attempting to send an American ship to sea, in the foreign or coastwise trade, in such an unseaworthy state that the life of any person is likely to be thereby endangered...
763 ページ - That the crown of Ireland is an imperial crown, inseparably annexed to the crown of Great Britain ; on which connexion, the interests and happiness of both nations essentially depend : but that the kingdom of Ireland is a distinct kingdom, with a parliament of her own, the sole legislature thereof.
717 ページ - I understand you!" replied Manette, aloud, "although you are afraid to speak out. You mean that Monsieur Félix will be a powerful and malicious enemy to him. Courage, courage, sister ! Valentin, by the sweat of his brow and the labour of his hands, earns wages from the Miller of Corbeil ; but he is not, therefore, the slave of either old Clérivault or his son.
93 ページ - ... handling, for there you cut into the very quick of the working man's condition. His children are not only his offspring, to be reared for a future independent position, but they constitute part of his productive power, and work with him for the staff of life; the daughters especially are the handmaids of the house, the assistants of the mother, the nurses of the younger children, the aged, and the sick. To deprive the labouring family of their help would be almost to paralyse its domestic existence.

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