Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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T.C. Hansard, 1887 - Great Britain
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Contents

Technical Schools Scotland Bill Bill 358
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After short debate Moved That the Bill be now read the third time
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LAW AND JUSTICECASE OF HENRY SKINNERQuestion Mr Conybeare
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Moved That the Bill be now read the third timeMr Attorney
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Escheat Procedure Bill Lords Bill 373
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HOME DEPARTMENTARREST OF WILLIAM DELANY OF CORK FOR NON
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Bill considered in CommitteeAfter
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VOLUME CCCXXI
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Moved That the Chairman do report Progress and ask leave to
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Consolidated Fund Appropriation Billcontinued
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HOME OFFICE FACTORY DEPARTMENT FACTORY PROSECUTIONS
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for the Home Department Mr Matthews
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IBELANDHORSE BREEDINGTHE ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETYQuestions
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FISHERY BOARD SCOTLAND APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSIONERS ΤΟ
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162
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WAR OFFICEPURCHASE OF HORSES FOR ARMY PURPOSESQuestions
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Technical Schools Scotland Bill No 260
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NORTH SEA FISHERIESTHE LATE RIOTS AT OSTENDCOMPENSATION
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ENCOURAGEMENT OF HORSEBREEDINGAPPROPRIATION OF 5000Ques
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Third ReadingFriendly Societies Act 1875
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GREENWICH HOSPITALAGE PENSIONSQuestion Mr GentDavis
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOUNDARIES ACTBOUNDARIES OF UNIONSQuestion
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BURIALS ACT ENGLAND AND WALES BOLTONONDEARNE BURIAL
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SOUTH AFRICA THE TRANSVAALPENSIONSQuestions Sir George Camp
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WAR OFFICETHE ROYAL HOSPITAL MALE NURSES Question
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LORDS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9
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RAILWAYS IRELANDTHE KILLINEY FORESHOREQuestions Mr Clancy
WAR OFFICEAUXILIARY FORCESDISMISSAL FROM THE HALLAMSHIRE
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EVIOTIONS IRELANDARREST OF DANIEL OCONNOR CARRIGROHANE
IMMIGRATION OF DESTITUTE FOREIGNERSQuestion Mr Webster
METROPOLIS REGULATION AND INSPECTION OF THEATRES
BURIAL ACTSBATTERSEA BURIAL BOARDCEMETERY FOR SUTTON
POST OFFICE IRELANDKILLALOE POST OFFICEQuestion Colonel
WOMENS SUFFRAGE BILLObservations Lord Denman The Secretary
LAW AND JUSTICE IRELANDARREST OF MR W OBRIEN M P
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IRELANDLICENSING ACT 1872PROSECUTIONS AT PETTY SESSIONS
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Coal Mines c Regulation Bill No 251
SOUTH SEA ISLANDSTHE GERMAN SQUADRON AT SAMOAQuestion
LAW AND JUSTICE ENGLAND AND WALESEAST GLOUCESTERSHIRE
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Division List Ayes and Noes
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENTLOADING AND DISCHARGING CARGOESATTENDANCE
BOARD OF TRADE MARINE DEPARTMENTSHIPWRECKS AND LOSS OF LIFE
ORDERS OF THE
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CRIME AND OUTRAGE IRELANDTHE FATAL RIOT AT MITCHELSTOWN
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DUCHY OF CORNWALLANNUAL PAYMENT ON ACCOUNT OF COINAGE
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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSEObservation The Secretary of State for India
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TRADE AND COMMERCETHE SUGAR BOUNTIESTHE INTERNATIONAL CON
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ADMIRALTYMERCHANT SHIPPING ARMED CRUISERS FOR THE NORTH
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Order
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as to shafts
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REGISTRY OF VOTERS SCOTLAND DISFRANCHISEMENT OF ELECTORS
NORTH SEA FISHERIES OUTRAGES ON BRITISH FISHING VESSELS
INDIA MADRASALLEGED BRIBERY OF A HIGH OFFICIALQuestion
EVICTIONS IRELANDEVICTIONS AT CAVANDEATH OF AN EVICTED
LABOURERS IRELAND ACTSSCHEMES FOR THE ELECTORAL DIVISION
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Page 555 - Then a commission for proroguing the Parliament was read, after which the lord chancellor said : MY LORDS AND GENTLEMEN : By virtue of her Majesty's commission, under the great seal, to us and other lords directed, and now read, we do, in her Majesty's name, and in obedience to her commands, prorogue this Parliament to Thursday, the 8th day of October next, to be then here holden; and this Parliament is accordingly prorogued to Thursday, the 8th day of October next.
Page 307 - You tell the people, that when every thing goes well, when they are happy and comfortable, then they may meet freely, to recognize their happiness, and pass eulogiums on their government ; but that in a moment of war and calamity, of distrust and misconduct, it is not permitted them to meet together, because then, instead of eulogizing, they might think proper to condemn ministers.
Page 297 - If we mean seriously to unite the nation within itself, we must convince them that their complaints are regarded, that their injuries shall be redressed. On that foundation I would take the lead in recommending peace and harmony to the people. On any other I would never wish to see them united again. If the breach in the constitution be effectually repaired, the people will of themselves...
Page 297 - The crisis is indeed alarming; so much the more does it require a prudent relaxation on the part of government. If the king's servants will not permit a constitutional question to be decided on, according to the forms and on the principles of the constitution, it must then be decided in some other manner; and rather than it should be given up, rather than the nation should surrender their birth-right to a despotic minister, I hope, my Lords, old as I am, / shall see the question brought to issue...
Page 563 - Then a commission for proroguing the parliament was read. After which the Lord Chancellor said :— " My Lords and Gentlemen,
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