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MINUTES SELECT COMMITTEEOn Case PUBLIC BillsResolutions in Committee
29
LORDS TUESDAY MAY
31
June 14 Page
59
Motion made and Question proposed That the Chairman do report
73
SOPPLY considered in CommitteeCom Baring added
83
Under Secretaries Indemnity Bill Bill 85
85
SUPPLYconsidered in Committee R P Scotland Bill
95
Second Reading Penal Servitude Acts Third Reading Fish Teinds Scotland
97
THE RussoAMERICAN TELEGRAPH Question Mr Watkin Answer
99
First ReadingUniformity Act Amendment 811 Debate adjournéd Salo of Gas Scot
125
SUPPLYcontinued
127
THE BANK Act 1844Question Mr Hubbard Answer Tho Chancellor
131
Railway Travelling Ireland Bill Bill 137
137
PUBLIC BillsOrderedSheriffs Substitute Bill 149
149
Grey 150
151
INDIA COVENANTED SERVANTSObservations Sir Edward Grogan Reply
167
POLANDResolutionscontinued
177
Second Reading Pier and Harbour Orders Bill
189
Main Question put and agreed
201
Partnership Law Amendment Bill Bill 68
239
Valuation of Rateable Property Ireland Bill
245
WRITS REGISTRATION SCOTLAND BILLcontinued
247
Penal Servitude Acts Amendment Bill No 23
249
Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Amendment Bill H
257
TREASURE TEOVE
275
Church Building and New Parishes Acts Amendment
285
Herne Bay Hampton and Reculver Fishery Bill Lords
301
County Bridges Bill Bill 77
351
MINUTES PUBLIC BILLS First Read Second ReadingCounty Courts Act Amend
353
AGRARIAN OFFENCES IRELAND CASE OF MICHAEL DUIGAN AND OTHERS
355
TAXATIONSelect Committee moved for
367
Seoond ReadingPublic Schools u l No Causes Amendment 1 L No 103
391
MINUTES SELECT COMMITTEEReport Bill 148 Game Ireland No 3 Bill
395
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
399
Servants Hiring Scotland Bill
435
ARMY THE ENFIELD RIFLE Question Lord Elcho Answer The Mar
457
LAMBETHMEDICAL DIPLOMASQuestion Colonel French Answer Sir G Grey
461
June 13
489
Limited Penalties Bill
513
Highways Act Amendment Bill
519
Main Question put and agreed
551
Ordered Game Ireland Bill
587
CASE OF CAPTAIN MELVILLE WHITE
603
LIFE ANNUITIES AND LIFE ASSURANCES DEFICIENCY OF ASSETS c
631
MINUTES New MEMBER SWORN I ment Bill 113 and committed to a
633
POLANDAmendment proposed
651
MISCELLANEOUS CIVIL SERVICE EstimatesMoved
663
Limited Penalties Bill Bill 947
695
PUBLIC BILLS Ordered Juries in Crimi Report_Union Assessment Committee
717
SUPPLY considered in Committee
777
COMMONS MONDAY MAY 30
793
SUPPLY considered in CommitteeSUPPLEMENTARY Navy ESTIMATES Statement
801
OFFICIALS IN THE IONIAN ISLANDS Question Mr Roebuck Answer
803
Main Question put and agreed
843
Spurn Point 856
855
MINUTES SELECT COMMITTEEOn Edu First Reading Metropolitan Traffic Bill
909
SLAVE TRADE WHITE NILE
981
Tests Abolition Oxford Bill Bill 18
1001
Elections Petitions Bill Bill 17
1043
Ecclesiastical Courts and Registries Ireland Bill No 96
1053
SUPPLYResolutions May 307 reported 118 Life Annuities and Life Assurances
1059
Fish Freshwater Streams Bill
1119
Chimney Sweepers and Chimneys Regulation Bill No 76
1123
TREATMENT OF THE BRITISH CONSUL IN ABYSSINIA Question Mr Henry
1145
Penal Servitude Acts Amendment Bill No 66
1339
MINUTES Select COMMITTEE On Edui Scotland Bill 108 Beer Houses Ire
1351
AGRICULTURAL STATISTICSResolution
1361
UNIFORUITY
1383
London Docks St Katharines Dock and Victoria London
1385
After long Debate Question put That the word nowstand part of
1423
Superannuations Union Offcers Bill
1437
Collection of Taxes recommitted Bill Bill 96
1463
The House divided Ages 137 Noes
1477
Second Reading Gaols Bill 93 Railway firmation Bill
1497
GREEK LoanCONSOLIDATED FUND
1527
GREENWICH HOSPITAL Observations The Earl of Hardwicke After short
1535
Resolution agreed
1605
MINUTES SUPPLY Resolutions June Second Reading Factory Acts Extension
1621
Public Schools Bill No 100 A L
1625
Nave_Naval Stations IN THE PACIFIC Question Mr Watkin Answer
1635
Main Question put and agreed
1669
That the Item of 600 for the Salary of the Inspecting Commissioners of Fisheries
1673
NEW ZEALAND GUARANTEE OF Loan
1689
Mortgage Debentures Bill No 107
1705
PUBLIC Bills Resolution reported New Commillee Valuation of Rateable Property
1707
The House met at Twelve of the clock
1719
BRITISH TROOPS IN CANADAQuestion Mr Adderley Answer Mr Cardwell
1731
Portsmouth Dockyard Acquisition of Lands Bill
1799
Naval and Victualling Stores Bill Bill 151 Lords
1801
Costs Security Bill Bill 58
1811
House in Committee according to Order 1826
1825
IRELAND Daunts RockQuestion Mr Horsfall Answer Mr M Gibson
1837
16 Motion made and Question proposed
1841
That a sum not exceeding 13703 be granted to Her Majesty to defray the Charge
1865
Main Question put and agreed
1881
After short Debate Question put and negatived
1887
Whereupon Motion made and Question proposed
1911
LORDS FRIDAY JUNE 17
1915
THE BURIAL SERVICE Question Lord Ebury Answer The Archbishop
1929
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCommit Superannuations Union Officers Bili
1939
Main Question put and agreed
2023
COMPANY OF AFRICAN TRADERS Question Lord Elcho Answer
2025
Goals Bill Bill 93
2045
Sheriffs Substitute Scotland Salaries
2107
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SER Bill 30 Railways Construction Facilities
2113
County Courts Act AMENDMENT BILLQuestion The Earl of Derby Answer
Bank of England Notes Scotland Bill
EDUCATION SCHOOL INSPECTORS REPORTS Question Sir John Pakington
MINUTES Sat First in Parliament The No 68 Customs and Inland Revenue
1
LORDS FRIDAY JUNE 3
3
1454
7
VACCINATION OF SHEEPQuestion Sir Jervoise Jervoise Answer Mr H
9
KERTCH PRIZE MONEYQuestion Mr J C Ewart Answer Mr Hutt
13
MINUTES PUBLIC BILLS Resolutions mitted Bill 96 Railways Construction
21
pleased to proceed in the distribution of the Banda and Kirwee Booty upon
Commiltee Chimney Sweepers and Chim 78 Divorce and Matrimonial Causes
MAGISTERIAL CONVICTIONS IN CORNWALLQuestion Mr Hunt Answer
NavyTHE IRON PLATE COMMITTEE Question Mr Hanbury Tracy Answer
Oyster Fishery England and Wales Bill n l
ARMYSANITARY MEASURES CAMPS
Railway COMPANIES BORROWING POWERS
BRAZILCASE OF MR REEVES Question Mr Newdegate Answer
SUPPLY considered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES 552
1
After short Debate Vote agreed
3
That the deductions now made were contrary to the provisions and intentions of
9
Highways Act Amendment Bill Bill 113
367
Amendment proposed That the Debate be now adjourned Major

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Сторінка 325 - A thousand years scarce serve to form a state ; An hour may lay it in the dust : and when Can man its shatter'd splendour renovate, Recall its virtues back, and vanquish Time and Fate?
Сторінка 181 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to direct...
Сторінка 103 - It is not easy to estimate the degree in which the English people are indebted to these schools for the qualities on which they pique themselves most - for their capacity to govern others and control themselves, their aptitude for combining freedom with order, their public spirit, their vigour and manliness of character, their strong but not slavish respect for public opinion, their love of healthy sports and exercise.
Сторінка 715 - But to turn to our own institute: besides these constant exercises at home, there is another opportunity of gaining experience to be won from pleasure itself abroad; in those vernal seasons of the year when the air is calm and pleasant, it were an injury and sullenness against nature, not to go out and see her riches, 246 and partake in her rejoicing with heaven and earth.
Сторінка 103 - These schools have been the chief nurseries of our statesmen ; in them, and in schools modelled after them, men of all the various classes that make up English society, destined for every profession and career, have been brought up on a footing of social equality, and have contracted the most enduring friendships, and some of the ruling habits of their lives ; and they have had perhaps the largest share in moulding the character of an English gentleman.
Сторінка 247 - Every tax ought to be so contrived as both to take out and to keep out of the pockets of the people as Little as possible, over and above what it brings into the public treasury of the state.
Сторінка 485 - ... between nations, and it is a rule founded in public convenience and policy, and cannot be broken in upon without endangering the peace and repose as well of neutral as of belligerent Sovereigns. The commission in the present case is not expressed in the most unequivocal terms, but its lair purport and interpretation must be deemed to apply to a public ship of the Government.
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Сторінка 307 - I venture to say that every man who is not presumably incapacitated by some consideration of personal unfitness or of political danger is morally entitled to come within the pale of the Constitution.

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