Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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Contents

Reioate ElectionMotion fob a Joint Addeess
263
Poor LawMines Assessment Bill
279
Glebe Lands Scotland Bill Bill 115
329
Oath to be taken bt PeersStanding Order
335
Legitimacy Declaration Ireland Bill h l Presented The Marquess of Clan
351
Gas Works at Victoria ParkQuestion Lord J Manners Answer Mr Cowper 362
363
The Resolutions which Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer had given notice
409
Exchequer and Audit Departments Bill Bill 3
421
New Wisdsob WbitNew Writ oedebed
433
IrelandCholeraQuarantine Question Mr Maguire Answer
435
Question again proposed That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair
463
LORDS MONDAY MAY 7
477
Disfranchisement of Dockyard VotersQuestion Mr Monk Answer
481
Representation of the People Scotland Bill
517
Representation of the People Ireland Bill
529
WAYS AND MEANS
543
National Debt Acts
555
Labouring Classes Dwellings Bill No 68
567
Imperial Gas Company Bill Lords by Order
579
Irish SocietyMotion
597
COMMONS WEDNESDAY ptAY 9
643
Bill ordered
667
IeelandRevaluation op PbopeetyQuestion Lord John Browne Answer
669
SupplyOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
707
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put and agreed
719
Fishery Piers and Harbours Ireland Bill Bill 93
739
Thames Navigation BillSelect Committee on the Thames Navigation Bill
741
Post Office ClerksQuestion Viscount Bangor Answer Lord Stanley
765
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeArmy Estimates
825
SubtlyResolutions May 10 reported 840
841
Finance of RailwaysRailway LegislationObservations Lord Redesdale
857
Galway Town Election
871
Lotteries fob Chabitable PurposesExplanation The Lord Advocate 874
873
Crown Lands Bill Bill 98
921
Motion agreed to House at rising to adjourn till Thursday next
1187
Colonial Bishopbics BillQuestion Mr Walpole Answer Mr Cardwell 1198
1199
Terminable Annuities Bill Bill 144
1219
Commons Metropolis Bill Bill 84
1277
Hop Trade Bill No 123
1309
ArmySandhurst CollegeQuestion Major Jervis Answer The Marquess
1311
Customs and Inland Revenue Bill Bill 145
1407
COMMONS TUESDAY MAY 29
1433
Harbours of RefugeQuestion Mr Pease Answer Mr Milner Gibson 1486
1437
Marriages Sydmonton Bill
1475
LORDS THURSDAY MAY 31
1545
The Chinese VisitorsQuestion Colonel Sykes Answer Mr Layard 1552
1553
Bridge water ElectionMotion
1665
Exchequer and Audit Departments Bill No 108
1683
la Niw ForistAddress for Returns ofcontinued
1685
Committee
1697
Railway Companies Securities Bill and Railway Debentures c Registry
1767
Pritah Billscontinucdi
1783
Bbidgwateb ElectionQuestion Sir Harry Verney Answer Mr Baxter
1797
Landed Estates Court c Ireland BUI Ordered Mr Attorney Qencrai for Ireland
1919
Marriage op the Princess Mart of CambridgeMessage from the Queen
1933
Standing Order 19th Jult 1854CommitteeAmendments on Motion
1945
Metropolitan Board of WorksMotion
1955
Marriage op the Princess Mart op Cambridge
1969
Local Government Supplemental No 2 recommitted BillOrder for Committee
2019
Crown Lands Bill No 114
2021
IrelandThe Militia and the FeniansQuestion Mr Whalley Answer
2037
House resumed
2133
AkxtWab Octice wabbats Question Mr OKeilly Answer
2139
Tax CholeraEmigration AgentsQuestion Sir Andrew Agnew Answer
2149
Totnes ElectionMotion fob a Joint Address
Peitate Bills
Motion That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair agreed

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Page 429 - House has met before that day, or will meet on the day of the issue), issue his warrant to the clerk of the Crown to make out a new writ for electing another member in the room of the member whose seat has so become vacant.
Page 151 - You cannot fight against the future. Time is on our side. The great social forces which move onwards in their might and majesty, and which the tumult of our debates does not for a moment impede or disturb — those great social forces are against you : they are marshalled on our side ; and the banner which we now carry in this fight, though perhaps at some moment it may droop over our sinking heads, yet it soon again will float in the eye of Heaven, and it will be borne by the firm hands of the united...
Page 717 - System every registered holder of land is recognised as its proprietor, and pays direct to Government. He is at liberty to sublet his property, or to transfer it by gift, sale, or mortgage. He cannot be ejected by Government so long as he pays the fixed assessment, and has the option annually of increasing or diminishing his holding, or of entirely abandoning it.
Page 717 - ... cultivation on his holding, or he may entirely abandon it. In, unfavourable seasons remissions of assessment are granted for loss of produce. The assessment is fixed in money, and does not vary from year to year, except when water is obtained from a Government source of irrigation ; nor is any addition made to the rent for improvements effected at the ryot's own expense.
Page 129 - I came among you an outcast from those with whom I associated, driven from them, I admit, by no arbitrary act, but by the slow and resistless forces of conviction.
Page 433 - That Mr. Speaker do issue his warrant to the clerk of the crown; to make out a new writ...
Page 553 - Act, 18f>3), the following duties of income tax ; (that is to say,) For every twenty shillings of the annual value or amount of property, profits, and gains chargeable under Schedules (A.) (C.) (D...
Page 129 - It is true, I deeply regret it, but I was bred under the shadow of the great name of Canning; every influence connected with that name governed the politics of my childhood and of my youth; with Canning, I rejoiced in the removal of religious disabilities...
Page 553 - Thirty-four, for granting to Her Majesty Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices...
Page 423 - ... such persons only as have just claims on the royal beneficence, or who, by their personal services to the crown, by the performance of duties to the public, or by their useful discoveries in science, and attainments in literature and the arts, have merited the gracious consideration of their Sovereign, and the gratitude of their country.

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