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Amendment amount Answered appointed ask the Chief ask the Secretary authority aware beg to ask Belfast Bill BIRRELL Board of Trade British Catholic Chancellor CHARLES HOBHOUSE Chief Secretary clause College Colonel SEELY Colonies Committee county council deal Department desire docks Dublin duty education in Scotland England Estates Commissioners Exchequer expenditure fact favour Gentleman give Government Board HALDANE hope hops House India interest Irish James John labour land London County Council Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland Majesty's Government matter Member ment Natal native noble Lord nurses Office old-age pensions opinion opium Parliament Petitions Port of London present President Prime Minister proposed provision question Railway referred regard Report revenue scheme school boards Scotland Scottish Second Reading Secretary for Scotland Sir EDWARD GREY sugar SYDNEY BUXTON taken thing thought tion town University William
Page lxxiv - Pitt be interred at the public charge, and that a monument be erected in the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster, to the memory of...
Page cdlxxvii - ... if I must determine which of the two courses was the more successful in training, moulding, enlarging the mind, which sent out men the more fitted for their secular duties, which produced better public men, men of the world, men whose names would descend to posterity, I have no hesitation in giving the preference to that University which did nothing, over that which exacted of its members an acquaintance with every science under the sun.
Page lxxxiv - Orders made by the Board of Trade under the General Pier and Harbour Act 1861 relating to Bridgwater Llandudno and Whitley Bay.
Page cdlxxvii - I protest to you, gentlemen, that if I had to choose between a so-called University, which dispensed with residence and tutorial superintendence, and gave its degrees to any person who passed an examination in a wide range of subjects, and a University which had no professors or examinations at all, but merely brought a number of young men together for three or four years...
Page cccxviii - ... to proceed with great caution upon lines which may admit of subsequent development; and we think, further, that the experimental effort which we are about to make should be one of which, as far as it goes, we should from the first be able to foresee —I do not say with precision, but with reasonable accuracy the ultimate cost, and thus avoid committing Parliament to a mortgage of indefinite amount upon the future resources of the country. The proposals that we make having regard to these various...
Page cdlxx - No test whatever of religious belief shall be imposed on any person as a condition of his becoming or continuing to be a...
Page cdlxx - University, or of his holding any office or emolument, or exercising any privilege therein nor shall any preference be given to, or advantage be withheld from any person on the ground of his religious belief.
Page cccxv - I think we may assume that it will give effect in some share or other to what has long been regarded by careful observers as the most urgent of all reforms namely, the reclassification of that vast heterogeneous mass of persons, young and old. sound and infirm, underserving or unfortunate, who at present fall within one province or another of the area of Poor Law administration. It appears to the Government to be a preliminary specially necessary in itself — and reasonably certain not to clash...
Page lxxxv - Act for confirming certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under The Tramways Act, 1870, relating to Birmingham, London Street Tramways, Newbury and Lamborne, Portsmouth Street Tramways, Wantage, and Wirral.
Page dlvii - The object of the bill is to provide a domestic condition for the people in which their physical health, their morals, their character and their whole social condition can be improved by what we hope to secure in this bill. The bill aims in broad outline at, and hopes to secure, the home healthy, the house beautiful, the town pleasant, the city dignified and the suburb salubrious.