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Page 323 - But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.
Page 563 - ... at about three-fifths of the railway stations of the United Kingdom), where low rates for long distances will bring a profit, or where the article carried at low rates is a necessary, such as coal. It is scarcely necessary to observe that such exceptions as these, while inadequate to meet all the various cases, destroy the value of "equal mileage" as a principle, or the possibility of applying it as a general rule.
Page 929 - I shall propose to the committee is, that the chairman be directed to move the House that leave be given to bring in a bill to put an end to the Established Church in Ireland, and to make provision in respect of the temporalities thereof, and in respect of the Royal College of Maynooth.
Page 615 - That an humble Address be presented to her Majesty, praying that her Majesty will be graciously pleased to direct...
Page 95 - Exchequer, and one of the judges for the time being for the trial of election petitions in England, pursuant to the Parliamentary Elections Act 1868.
Page 321 - ... dominion and country of Wales, being no small part of this • realm, who therefore are utterly destitute of God's holy Word, and do remain in the like or rather more darkness and ignorance than they were in the time of papistry...
Page 197 - ... a parish in which there are at the commencement of this Act, or have been within eighty years prior thereto, holdings consisting of arable land held with a right of pasturage in common with others, and in which there still are tenants of holdings from year to year, who reside on their holdings, the annual rent of which respectively does not exceed 30Z. in money, at the commencement of this Act...
Page 1007 - Taxation of Ground Rents and Values" to designate its purpose, was Lord Hobhouse, and the resolution passed unanimously at the meeting clearly identified the group with George's doctrines. It stated "that no system of taxation can be equitable unless a direct assessment be imposed on the owners of ground rents and on the owners of increased values imparted to lands by building operations or other improvements.
Page 373 - That as the Church of England in Wales has failed to fulfil its professed object as a means of promoting the religious interests of the Welsh people, and ministers to only a small minority of the population, its continuance as an Established Church in the Principality is an anomaly and injustice which ought no longer to exist.