Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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Contents

CASE OF MR CHURCHWARDMoved
173
NAVYPADDLEWHEEL STEAMERSMoved
209
Sale and Purchase of Shares Bill Bill 38
267
CASE OF MR CHURCHWARDQuestion Mr Serjeant Gaselee Answer
279
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILLPARTS OF LINDSEYQuestion Mr Banks
293
1
307
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeNAVY ESTIMATES
321
Motion made and Question proposed
339
Ecclesiastical Titles Act Repeal Bill
363
MIDDLESEX REGISTRATIONQuestion Mr Childers Answer The Attorney
365
FRIDAY MARCH 29
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
457
NEW WRITS ISSUED
465
ARMYCOLOUR SERJEANT T CONNELLQuestion Colonel Sykes Answer
469
Public Health Scotland Bill
559
Artizans and Labourers Dwellings Bill Bill 14
699
Devon Northern DivisionRight Hon Sir Stafford Henry Northcote Bart
703
COMMONS THURSDAY MARCH 28
725
DISTURBANCES IN IRELAND TRIAL OF FENIAN PRISONERS Question
733
Mutiny Bill
763
Religious c Buildings Sites Bill Bill 64
797
ROYAL NavyMotion
813
COMPULSORY EDUCATION Question Mr Fawcett Answer Mr Walpole 818
819
IRELANDTHE TYRONE MAGISTRACYQuestion Colonel Stuart Knox Answer
875
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
893
Banns OF MATRIMONYQuestion Mr Monk Answer The Attorney General 902
903
sidered Tomorrow
933
Judges Chambers Despatch of Business Bill No 58
973
Bunhill Fields Burial Ground Bill
997
AGRICULTURAL WOMEN AND CHILDRENRESOLUTION Motion
1025
Marine Mutiny Bill
1063
Spiritual Destitution Bill Bill 27
1069
WATERFORD COUNTY ELECTION
1099
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILLTHE PROPOSED ALTERATIONS Question
1105
CHOLERA CONGRESS AT CONSTANTINOPLE Question Sir Jervoise Jervoise
1109
BANKRUPTCY BILLQuestion Mr Goschen Answer The Attorney General 1110
1123
Tenants Improvements Ireland Bill Bill 29
1159
Transubstantiation c Declaration Abolition Bill Bill 6
1407
Labouring Classes Dwellings Acts 1866 Amendment BillOrdered Mr Hunt
1417
Associations of Workmen Bill Bill
1447
AGRICULTURAL GANGSObservations The Earl of Shaftesbury Reply
1475
FEES OF RETURNING OFFICERSQuestion Mr Kekewich Answer
1481
Motion made and Question proposed That
1505
Metropolis Gas Bill Bill 45
1575
9
1579
IRELANDESCAPE OF JOHN KIRWANQuestion Mr Peel Dawson Answer
1583
House at rising to adjourn till Monday the 29th day of this
1599
Land Drainage Supplemental Bill Ordered Mr Secretary Walpole Mr Sclater
1703
Tenants Improvements Ireland Bill Bill 29
1713
Tramways Ireland Acts Amendment BillOrdered Mr Monsell Mr Sherriff
1783
FACTORY BILLQuestion Mr Bright Answer Mr Walpole
1787
Turnpike Trusts Bill Bill 80
1835
Promissory Notes Ireland Bill Bill 90
1853
Resolution
1867
ARMYCOMMITTEE ON TRANSPORT Question Captain Vivian Answer
1873
Metropolis Gas Bill Bill 45continued
1913
Public Health Scotland Bill Bill 89
1925
INDIAOFFICERS OF THE LATE INDIAN ARMYQuestion Major Jervis Answer
1939
ActsMr Dent
2029
METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKSQuestion Mr Treeby Answer Mr Hunt 1336
2037
Church Rates Commutation Bill Bill 15
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE BILLPROGRESSQuestion Mr Bright
RAILWAY COMPANIES DEBENTURE DEBTRESOLUTIONMotion
Industrial Schools Ireland Bill Bill
IRELANDTYRONE MAGISTRATESPostponement of MotionSir John Gray 392
LANDLORD AND TENANT IRELAND BILLQuestion Mr Gregory Answer
TAE LICENSING SYSTEMQuestion Mr W E Forster Answer Mr Walpole 1874
Master and Servant Bill
3
SCHOOLS INQUIRY COMMISSIONQuestion Mr Dillwyn Answer Mr Walpole 1102
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLEMEMBERS FOR SCOTLAND Question Captain
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
Religious c Buildings Sites Bill No 68
SAT FIRST
CASE OF THE TORNADO Postponement of Motion The Marquess
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Page 545 - 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...
Page 163 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to direct...
Page 851 - The glorious, pious and immortal memory of the great and good King William — not forgetting Oliver Cromwell, who assisted in redeeming us from Popery, slavery, arbitrary power, brass money and wooden shoes.
Page 917 - Act during the time of peace within the 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.
Page 917 - But that which chiefly distinguished the army of Cromwell from other armies was the austere morality and the fear of God which pervaded all ranks. It is acknowledged by the most zealous Royalists that, in that singular camp, no oath was heard, no drunkenness or gambling was seen, and that, during the long dominion of the soldiery, the property of the peaceable citizen and the honour of woman were held sacred.
Page 171 - An Act to prevent bribery and corruption in the election of burgesses to serve in Parliament for the borough of East Retford.
Page 545 - 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.
Page 631 - ... a small class which it would be much better for themselves if they were not enfranchised, because they have no independence whatsoever, and it would be much better for the constituency also that they should be excluded, and there is no class so much interested in having that small class excluded as the intelligent and honest working man. I call this class the residuum, which there is in almost every constituency, of almost helpless poverty and dependence.
Page 919 - 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 26 41 VICTORIA, 1878.

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