Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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COMMONS MONDAY MAECH 8
95
VaccinationFatal Results at Ryde Isle of WightQuestion
109
Marriage with a Deceased Wifes SisterLegislationQuestion
115
Parliamentary Elections IrelandThe MidArmagh DivisionDis
125
MOTIONS
219
Law of Evidence Amendment Bill No 19
223
Moved That the Bill bo referred to a Committee to be nominated by the Committee
275
ArmyOrdnanceHeavy Service GunsQuestion Mr Brand Answer
293
Meeting of the HouseAsh Wednesday
303
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday Bill Bill 27
375
Post Office IrelandRural Letter CarriersThe Ballinglen
405
MOTIONS
409
Felixstowe Railway and Dock Bill by Order
423
Post OfficeThe Meteorological SocietyTransmission of Meteoro
433
Palace of WestminsterElectric Communication in this House
449
Intermediate Education WalesLegislationQuestion Mr Kenyon
463
British MuseumDismissal of William BrightwellQuestions
473
Salmon and Trout Fishing Ireland
489
ScfflyCivil Service EstimatesCommitteecontinued
545
Employers Liability Act 1380 Amendment No 2 Bill
599
Egyptian War MedalsQuestion Observations Viscount Sidmouth
621
Affairs of BurmaiiQuestion Dr Cameron Answer The Under Secre
625
Navy Armament Guns and AmmunitionQuestion Lord George
639
8rTPLYOrder for Committee read continued
643
Business of the HouseNotices of QuestionsResolution
697
Resolved That this House will immediately resolve itself into the Com
713
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
719
Motion by leave withdrawn
729
Labourers Ireland Acts Amendment Bill Bill 10
741
Westminster Hall RestorationQuestion Mr Howard Vincent
749
Crime and Outrage IrelandMurder of Patrick Finlay Woodford
761
Ulster Canal and Tyrone Navigation Bill
787
Parliamentary Elections IrelandDisturbance at the South Fer
789
Reformatory and Industrial Schools IrelandAppurtenances
801
Post Office IrelandPostal Facilities in DonegalQuestion
813
ParliamentThe New Rules of Procedure Rule 2 Adjournment
827
Commissioners of Irish LightsFacilities for Liohtkeepers attending
847
IndiaThe Independent Native StatesTheMartiniHenry Eifle
899
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
905
Fishery Piers and Harbours IrelandPier at Innishmurry Island
919
Parish Churches Bill No 5
923
Womens Suffrage Bill No 10
947
The Income Tax ExemptionsQuestion Mr Round Answor
967
Educational Endowments Act Scotland 1882Miss Lucy Campbells
969
Crime and Outrage IrelandState of KerryQuestions Mr
979
Contagious Diseases Acts 18661869Resolution
981
Gbound RentsResolution
999
Royal Commission on Accidents in MinesThe ReportQuestion
1019
ORDERS OF TEE
1049
Church of Scotland Bill Bill 6
1057
Metropolitan Board of Works Theatres Ac Bill TBill 44
1135
Amendments made the Beport thereof to be received Tomorrow
1151
Arms Licences IrelandCase of Patrick MGinnQuestion
1155
Inland RevenueLicence Duty on PublicHouses Question
1167
The Magistracy IrelandThe Cloqher JusticesQuestion Mr
1181
SupplyReportResolutions 18th March reported
1447
Dore and Chinley Railway Bill
1455
Army Auxiliary ForcesMinimum of Attendance at Yeomanry
1467
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeAkmy Estimates
1473
EgyptCost of the Army of OccupationQuestions Sir George
1479
Merchant ShippingLoss of the Oregon Cunard LinerQuestions
1493
India Sir Ughtred KayShuttleworth 456
1505
Main Question again proposed That Mr Speaker do now leave
1537
Army Auxiliary ForcesVolunteer ArtilleryObservations
1563
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
1577
Ways and Means
1599
IndiaAdministration of JusticeMotion for an Address
1611
Idiots Bill h l Presented The Lord Chancellor read 1 No 46
1627
Post OfficeRegistered Telegraphic AddressesQuestion Mr David
1637
Army Ordnance DepartmentResolution
1709
School Fees of NonPaupers Bill Bill 114
1721
Tithe RentCharge Amendment Bill Bill 65
1741
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday Durham Bill
1753
Tithe RentCharge Extraordinary Redemption Bill Bill 63
1769
Law and JusticeCardiff County CourtWelsh WitnessesQuestion
1777
SouthEastern EuropeThe GrcoTurkish Frontier Question
1787
Bankruptcy Appointment of Assistant Receivers Question
1789
Army RecruitingQuestion Sir Georgo Campbell Answer The Secre
1859
Army Auxiliary ForcesSergeants Major of VolunteersQuestion
1889
South AfricaAffairs of BasutolandQuestion Mr Leake Answer
1909
Defences of the EmpireCoaling StationsQuestion Mr W
1919
labourers Ireland Acts Amendment Bill Bill 10J
1929
Crofters Scotland No 2 Advances
1949
ArmyPensionsCase of Isaac HemptonQuestion Mr M J Kenny
EgyptThe Garrisons in the SoudanQuestions Mr W H Smith
BorneoFurther Acquisition of Territory by the North Borneo
Government of IndiaThe Joint CommitteePlace of InquiryQues
MetropolisWork for the UnemployedNew Police Station
Post Office Savings BankQuestion Mr De Cobain Answer
Law and JusticeImprisonment for Contempt of CourtQuestion
Education ScotlandGaelic in Elementary ScnooLsQuestion
Inland RevenueTaxation of DogsExemption of LifeSaving Dogs
Education DepartmentBoard SchoolsInfant School Attendance
Evictions IrelandWoodford Co Galway Question Mr Harris
Commons and Open Spaces MetropolisA Recreation Ground
Trade and CommerceExternal Trade of the CountryQuestion
DtELAND The House League Question Mr De Cobain Answer
Registration of Voters Ireland ActExpenses of Preparing Lists
Inland Navigation and Drainage IrelandThe Drainage of
IrelandThe MagistracyThe Ennistymon MagistratesQuestion
Coal Mines BillQuestion Sir R Assheton Cross Answer The Secre
Eviction of Pitmen DurhamQuestions Mr A E Pease Mr John
Steamships between Vancouver and JapanThe InterDepartmental
Trade and CommerceAnnual Reports from the ColoniesQuestion
NavyThe Royal DockyardsDischarge of Men at Devonport Dock
ParliamentBusiness of the HouseArrangement of the Orders
Original Question put and negatived
Currency c The Appreciation of GoldQuestions Sir George
Medical Act 1858Question Dr Foster Answer The Vice President

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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 1011 - ... building land would be forced to offer their land for sale, and thus their competition with one another would bring down the price of building land and so diminish the tax in the shape of...
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.

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