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Land Law Ireland Ads Amendment Billcontinued
85
NavyMERCIANT STEAMERS AS ARMED CRUISERSQuestion Mr Henniker
137
Trawling Scotland Bill Bill 155
155
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSERESOLUTION
159
PARLIAMENTPRIVATE Bill LEGISLATIONA JOINT COMMITTEE Ques
183
ORDERS OF THE
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WAR OFFICECOLONEL BORTON ADJUTANT OF THE HON ARTILLERY
239
THE MAGISTRACY IRELAND COLONEL TURNER WARNINGS TO
325
Railway and Canal Trafic Bill No 12
327
Bristol Water Bill by Order
333
of the Local Government Board Mr Ritchie
359
SOUTH AFRICA SLAVERY IN BECHUANALAND Question Sir Robert
375
In line 4 after the word revived to insert the words Provided that Trade
387
Amendment proposed in line 5 to leave out from the word revived
399
After debate
465
At the end of the Question to add the words That there be another Grand Committee
473
At the end of the Question to add the words That there be another Committee
509
COMMONS WEDNESDAY MARCH 7
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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE RULES OF PROCEDURE continued
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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE RLES OF PROCEDURE continued
529
DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT
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860
547
COMMONS THURSDAY MARCH 8
559
IRISH LAND COMMISSIONSUBCOMMISSION AT MANORIAMILTONQuestion
571
INDIA WORKING OF THE LOCK HOSPITALSREPORTS FOR 1885Question
583
Main Question proposed 678
677
MOTIONS
685
THE MAGISTRACY IRELANDMR BALFOUR AND THE RESIDENT MAGIS
697
Post OFFICEMAIL CART FROM HIGHAM FERRERS TO NORTHAMPTON
703
IRELANDDESTITUTION IN THE ARRAN ISLANDSQuestions Mr J
705
East India Purchase and Construction of Railways Bill
737
The House resumed its Sitting at Nine of the clock
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Viscount Cranbrook
817
Reply Lord Henniker 832
833
Ecclesiastical Procedure Bill L Presented The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury
841
862
861
Cutrci REVENTESThe RETURNQuestions Mr Picton Answers
871
3 Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 3614903
903
MOTIONS
1023
Friendly Societies Act 1875 Amendment No 2 Bill
1037
PRIVATE BILL LEGISLATION
1053
The FooD SUPPLY ADULTERATED CHEESE FROM CANADA Question
1061
Question Dr Cameron Answer The Lord Advocate Mr J H
1071
The MARGARINE ACTREDUCTION OF FINES IRELAND Questions
1083
GOVERNMENT CONTRACTSTHE UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY Sir ALFRED
1399
WAYS AND MEANS
1401
Prisons SCOTLANDQuestion Observations The Earl of Elgin Reply
1407
DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT
1423
National Debt Conversion Bill Bill 1641
1453
SUPPLYREPORTResolutions 15th March reported
1491
MOTIONS
1547
Universities Scotland Bill 1 1 Presented The Marquess of Lothian read
1605
BANKRUPTCY COURT IRELANDCASE OF THonas MORONEY A PRISONER
1617
ARMY AUXILIARY Forces ARTILLERY VOLUNTEER OFFICERSUNIFORM
1629
INDIA OFFICE_CONTRACTS FOR STAMPS AND STAMPED PAPERQuestions
1631
VACCINATION LAWSPROSECUTION OF CHARLES HAYWARD ASHFORD
1685
IRISH LAND COMMISSIONFAIR RENT APPLICATIONS IN Co DownQues
1749
IRISI LAND COMMISSION EVASION OF CONDITIONS Question Mr J
1779
CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE IRELAND Act 1887MR P OBrien
1795
LAW AND JUSTICEHEREFORD QUARTER SESSION8 SEVERE SENTENCES
1849
MEMORANDUM OF SIR CHARLES WARREN MR BAGGALLAYRESOLUTION
1857
National Debt Conversion Bill Bill 161
1871
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
1891
SCOTLANDDISTURBANCES IN LEWISTRIAL OF THE PRISONERSQues
1947
third time To morrow
1961
LITERATURE SCIENCE AND ART_EFFECT OF LIGHT ON WATERCOLOURS
1967
ISLANDS OF THE PACIFICRELIGIOUS PERSECUTION IN TONGAQuestion
INLAND REVENUE_STAMP DUTY ON FOREIGN INVESTMENTSQuestions
FACTORY AND WORKSHOPS ACT 1878 APPEAL FROM THE DUNDEE
Navy ESTIMATES 1888PREMATURE DELIVERY OF PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS
AFRICA WEST COAST KinG JAJA OF OPOBOQuestions Mr
THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIESEXTERMINATION OF RABBITSM PASTEUR
EGYPTTHE EASTERN SOUDANQuestions Mr Howorth Mr Dillon
Post OfficEGREENWICH TIME SIGNALSQuestion Mr Boord Answer
CUSTOMS HouseSTATISTICAL DEPARTMENTPROMOTION OF WRITERS
LAW AND JUSTICE ENGLAND AND WALESSENTENCES OF FLOGGING
THE BOUNDARIES COMMISSIONTHE REPORTQuestions Mr Channing
CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES 1886ILLEGAL PAYMENTS Questions
TORQUAY HARBOUR AND DISTRICT Act 1886 THE Salvation ARMY
SUPPLYTHE NAVY AND Civil SERVICE ESTIMATES Question Lord
Main Question as amended put and agreed
ADMIRALTY Widows OF RETIRED NAVIGATING OFFICERS Question
ARMYFIRST ARMY CORPSHORSE AND FIELD BATTERIESQuestion
SCOTTISI UNIVERSITIESREFORM AND ENDOWMENTQuestion Mr Bryce
WAR OFFICECHELSEA HOSPITALAUGMENTED PENSIONSQuestion
THE MAGISTRACY IRELAND MR OMARA High SHERIFF OF LIMERICK
EGYPTRED SEA LIGHTSQuestion Mr Henniker Heaton Answer
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIESLEGISLATIONQuestion Sir William

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Страница 523 - if a motion for leave to introduce a Bill is opposed, the Speaker, after permitting, if he thinks fit, a brief explanatory statement from the member who moves and from the member who opposes the motion, may, without further debate, put the question; provided that .where a motion is opposed on the ground that the Bill initiates legislation outside the legislative competence of the House, the Speaker may permit a full discussion thereon".
Страница 521 - On Mondays and Thursdays, motions for leave to bring in bills, and for the nomination of select committees, may be set down for consideration at the commencement of public business. If such motions be opposed, Mr. Speaker, after permitting, if he thinks fit, a brief explanatory statement from the member who moves and from the member who opposes any such motion respectively, may, without further debate, put the question thereon, or the question, that the debate be now adjourned.
Страница 797 - ... would refer is this. The House of Commons is now led by a man of great weight, but of few words. Mr. WH Smith delivered on that occasion the longest speech, I think, which he has made since he has led that House, and I venture to call your lordships' attention to some of his remarks. He said : ' No Second Chamber can long remain deaf to the public opinion of the country, but must advance towards it if that public opinion is consistent with the interests of the country. The remark made by the...
Страница 155 - ... the Government of the United States did " not feel entirely prepared to join in the international understanding proposed," and would " therefore for the present restrain its action to the employment, in the direction outlined by the suggested arrangement, of a sound discretion in permitting traffic between its own citizens in the articles referred to and the natives of the Western Pacific islands.
Страница 371 - Jakri hereby engage to assist the British Consular or other officers in the execution of such duties as may be assigned to them; and, further, to act upon their advice in matters relating to the administration of justice, the development of the resources of the country, the interests of commerce, or in any other matter in relation to peace, order, and good government, and the general progress of civilization.
Страница 1103 - ... Governments the excise system has, within the last six or seven years, been completely examined in its operation and in its effects. These examinations have been made under the instructions of the local Governments and in direct communication with us, and the principles on which they have been based, and which have been unanimously accepted by all the authorities concerned, have been these : that liquor should be taxed and consumption restricted, as far as it is possible to do so without imposing...
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Страница 163 - Person in his Room; and that any Person so removed shall not be competent to be appointed to or to fill any paid Office connected with the Relief of the Poor in any such Parish or Union, except with the Consent of the said Commissioners under their Hands and Seal: Provided always, that no Person shall be eligible to hold any Parish Office, or have the Management of the Poor in any way whatever, who shall have been convicted of Felony, Fraud, or Perjury.

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