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Increase of Episcopate Bill H L
119
Turnpike Trusts Bill
139
National Gallery Enlargement Bill
159
To leave out from the words removal of to the end of the Question in order to
179
NavyPADDLEWHEEL STEAMERSMoved
207
Question to add the words upon this day six monthsMr Beresford
219
Church Rates Commutation Bill Bill 15
263
ALLEGED EXCESSES IN JAMAICA Question Mr Buxton Answer Mr Adderley
275
ARMYMEDICAL OFFICERSQuestion Mr Synan Answer Sir John Pakington
281
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeNavy ESTIMATES
321
THAMES EMBANKMENTSHEILDS PETITION Moved
371
Metropolitan Poor Bill No 45
387
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
447
PENSION TO MR YOUNG AGRICULTURAL AND HISTORICAL POETExplanation
453
Metropolitan Poor Bill No 45
465
Public Health Scotland Bill
559
County Treasurer Ireland BillOrdered The OConor Don Colonel GrevilleNugent
665
Artizans and Labourers Dwellings Bill Bill
699
Criminal Law Bill Bill 8
701
COMMONS THURSDAY MARCH 28
725
THE PREROGATIVE OF MERCY Question Mr Darby Griffith Answer Mi
733
Mutiny Bill
763
Bridges Ireland Bill Bill 86
795
ROYAL NavyMotion
813
IRELANDREPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLEQuestion Mr Esmonde Answer
819
Mr Walpole
903
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeNavy ESTIMATES
935
April 4
969
House on Tuesday next 974
973
Motion for Leave Mr Crawford 997
997
AGRICULTURAL WOMEN AND CHILDRENRESOLUTIONMotion
1025
RAILWAY COMPANIES DEBENTURE DEBTRESOLUTIONMotion
1039
Master and Servant Bill
1059
Marine Mutiny Bill
1063
Spiritual Destitution Bill Bill
1069
WATERFORD COUNTY ELECTION
1099
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILLTHE PROPOSED ALTERATIONS Question
1105
BANKRUPTCY BILLQuestion Mr Goschen Answer The Attorney General 1110
1123
Mixed Marriages Ireland Bill
1373
Transubstantiation c Declaration Abolition Bill Bill 6
1407
Associations of Workmen Bill Bill
1447
AGRICULTURAL GANGSObservations The Earl of Shaftesbury Reply
1475
Fees OF RETURNING OFFICERSQuestion Mr Kekewich Answer
1481
Metropolis Gas Bill Bill 45
1575
COMMONS FRIDAY APRIL 12
1581
House at rising to adjourn till Monday the 29th day of this
1599
Land Drainage Supplemental Bill Ordered Mr Secretary Walpole Mr Sclater
1703
IRELANDTHE TYRONE MAGISTRACYQuestion Colonel Stuart Knox Answer
1709
Amendment proposed
1725
After long debate Moved That the Debate be now adjourned
1781
Factory BillQuestion Mr Bright Answer Mr Walpole
1787
ARMEPURCHASE OF COMMISSIONSRESOLUTION Motion
1803
Bill ordered Mr Monsell
1827
List of the Committee
1849
GRAND DOCHY OF LUXEMBURGQuestion Earl Russell Answer The Earl
1869
MIDDLESEX REGISTRATIONQuestion Mr Childers Answer The Attorney
1873
Corrupt Practices at Elections Bill Bill 119
1911
Metropolis Gas Bill Bill 45continued
1913
Public Health Scotland Bill Bill 897
1925
ARMYSANITARY COMMITTEE Question Sir George Stucley Answer
1935
INDIAOFFICERS OF TOE LATE INDIAN ARMYQuestion Major Jervis Answer
1939
Montagu 2000
1999
1480
TURKEYCHOLERA AT CONSTANTINOPLEQuestion Sir Jervoise Jervoise
METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKSQuestion Mr Treeby Answer Mr Hunt 1336
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE_MEMBERS FOR SCOTLAND Question Captain
SCHOOLS INQUIRY COMMISSIONQuestion Mr Dillwyn Answer Mr Walpole 1102
1416
TENANTS IMPROVEMENTS IRELAND BILL Question Mr Bryan Answer
IRELANDMANAGEMENT OF CITY PRISONS Question Mr Verner Answer
LANDLORD AND TENANT IRELAND BILLQuestion Mr Gregory Answer
Committee deferred till Monday next
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILLPARTS OF LINDSEYQuestion Mr Banks
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BillBOROUGI FRANCHISE Questions
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UNITED STATESTRE ALABAMA CLAIMSQuestion Mr ShawLefevre

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Página 549 - Every man shall be entitled to be registered as a voter, and, when registered, to vote for a member or members to serve in Parliament for a county who is qualified as follows...
Página 167 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to direct...
Página 1031 - When the Court appoints a manager of a business or undertaking, it in effect assumes the management into its own hands ; for the manager is the servant or officer of the Court, and upon any question arising as to the character or details of the management, it is the Court that must direct and decide. The circumstance that in this particular case the persons appointed were •previously the managers employed by the company is [*212] immaterial.
Página 999 - Whereas certain houses, rooms, or places, within the cities of London or Westminster, or in the neighbourhood thereof, have of late frequently been opened for public entertainment or amusement upon the evening of the Lord's day. commonly called Sunday; and at other houses, rooms, or places, within...
Página 839 - The Principality of Servia shall continue to hold of the Sublime Porte, in conformity with the Imperial Hats which fix and determine its Rights and Immunities, placed henceforward under the Collective Guarantee of the Contracting Powers.
Página 549 - County, who is qualified as follows; (that is to say,) 1. Is of full Age, and not subject to any legal Incapacity; and 2. Is on the last Day of July in any Year, and has during the Twelve Months immediately preceding been, the Occupier, as Owner or Tenant, of Lands or Tenements within the County of the rateable Value of Twelve Pounds or upwards; and 3.
Página 663 - All I can say on the part of my colleagues and myself is, that we have no other wish at the present moment than with the co-operation of the House to bring the question of Parliamentary Reform to a settlement. I know the Parliamentary incredulity with which many will receive avowals that we are only influenced in the course we are taking by a sense of duty, but I do assure the House if they need such assurances after what we have gone through, after the sacrifices we have made, after having...
Página 927 - Queen's dominions, have power to sentence any soldier to corporal punishment ; provided, that any court-martial may sentence any soldier to corporal punishment while on active service in the field, or on board any ship not in commission, for mutiny, insubordination, desertion, drunkenness on duty or on the line of march, disgraceful conduct, or any breach of the Articles of War ; and no sentence of corporal punishment shall exceed fifty; lashes.
Página 525 - keeping the word of promise to the ear, and breaking it to the hope...

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