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Private BillsResumption in next Parliament Motion of Lord Redesdale
1541
Civil Service Question of Mr Hopwood
1559
Reform BillQuestion of Mr Cayley
1575
Baron Bramwell and Welsh JuriesHereford MagistratesAnswer to Questions
1587
MONDAY APRIL 11
1593
Private BillsResumption in next Parliament
1607
TUESDAY APRIL 12
1617
The Case of Captain CarnegieObservations of Sir John Pakington
1625
Clearance Inwards and Lien for Freight BillBill read
1651
Postal Service for North AmericaQuestion of Mr Monsell
1685
THURSDAY APRIL 14
1687
1728
1727
Foreign AffairsObservations of the Chancellor of the Exchequer
1765
FRIDAY APRIL 15
1771
Westminster New Bridge BillBill read
1801
The Duties on the Patents of Secretaries of StateQuestion of Mr W Wil
1807
Flag OfficersQuestion of Admiral Duncombe
1819
India EducationMotion of the Duke of Argyll for PapersMotion agreed to 1778
1827
Aberdeen UniversitiesQuestion of Mr Sotheron Estcourt
1859
TUESDAY APRIL 19
1897
JAMES BROWNLOW WILLIAM Marquess
1901
HENRY GRANVILLE Duke of NorPOLK Earl
i
VOL CLIII THIRD SERIES
xxxiii
Laws of JerseyMotion of Mr Hadfield for an AddressMotion agreed
lxxi
Ministerial StatementStatement of the Earl of Derby
lxxix
Fiscal Affairs IrelandNotice of Motion withdrawn by Sir Denham Norreys 1528
lxxxi
Northumberland Northern Division Right Hon Lord LovaineReelected
Parliamentary ReformObservations of Mr Roebuck
The Thames Conservancy BoardQuestion of Mr Alderman Salomons
Church Rates Abolition BillOrder for Second Reading readAmendment
HENRY CHARLES Fitzroy Duke of BeauGEORGE Marquess of TWEEDDALE Electod
209
Delhi and Lucknow Question of Viscount Bury

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Página 261 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to direct...
Página 599 - The malcontents of all the Israelites, Whose differing parties he could wisely join For several ends to serve the same design : The best, (and of the princes some were such...
Página 711 - Here lies our good Edmund, whose genius was such, We scarcely can praise it, or blame it too much; Who, born for the universe, narrowed his mind, And to party gave up what was meant for mankind.
Página 895 - Lords, to enter on the duties of office, not with a precarious majority, but with a sure minority of the other House of Parliament ; to be aware that from day to day you were liable to defeats at any moment, by the combination of parties amounting to a sure majority, and only waiting for the moment when it would be most convenient to introduce motions for the attainment of such an end ; to be a Minister on sufferance ; to hold such a position without any security for enforcing your own views ; with...
Página 509 - to the end of the Question, in order to add the words — " This House is of opinion, that it is neither just nor politic to interfere, in the...
Página 893 - That this House is of opinion that it is neither just nor politic to interfere in the manner proposed by this bill with the freehold franchise as hitherto exercised in counties in England and Wales; and that no readjustment of the franchise will satisfy this House or the country which does not provide for a greater extension of the suffrage in cities and boroughs than is contemplated in the present...
Página 485 - Now therefore why tempt ye God, to put a yoke upon the neck of the disciples, which neither our fathers nor we were able to bear ? But we believe that through the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ we shall be saved, even as they.
Página 535 - and, like the grave, it never returns what it has once taken. But you live under a constitutional monarchy, which has all the vigour of health, all the energy of movement. Do not surrender to democracy that which is not yet ripe for the grave.
Página 381 - Thus liberum tenementum, frank tenement, or freehold, is applicable not only to lands and other solid objects, but also to offices, rents, commons, and the like; and, as lands and houses are tenements, so is an advowson a tenement; and a franchise, an office, a right of common, a peerage, or other property of the like unsubstantial kind, are all of them, legally speaking, tenements.
Página 143 - ... food, fire, or dry clothing. The sun was setting in golden splendour, and as the doomed men with joined palms crowded down to the shore on the approach of the boats, one side of which bristled with about sixty muskets, besides sundry revolvers and pistols, their long shadows were flung far athwart the gleaming waters. In utter despair forty or fifty dashed into the stream and disappeared, rose at a distance, and were borne away into the increasing gloom.

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