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Mutiny Bill
39
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE AND REVENUE DEPARTMENTS VOTE ON ACCOUNTCommitteo
41
QUESTIONS
43
The House resumed its sitting at Nine of the clock
65
EGYPTIAN FINANCESQuestion Sir George Campbell Answer Mr Bourke 116
117
Answer The Chancellor of the Exchequer
119
Interments in Churchyards Bill Bill 123
123
Resolution agreed
135
Public Health Scotland Provisional
169
Drainage and Improvement of Lands Ireland Provisional Orders Confir
183
Endowed Schools and Hospitals Scotland Bill
199
THE EASTERN QUESTION ELECTION OF A PRINCE OF BULGARIANotice
201
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
227
Original Question put and agreed
245
Factories and Workshops Bill Bill 126
261
Mutiny Bill
279
IRELAND ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY Question Mr Arthur Moore
285
ORDERS OF THE
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Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday Ireland Bill
353
Borough Franchise Ireland BillOrdered Mr Meldon Mr Butt Mr Gray
389
SUPPLYREPORTResolution 29th March reported
393
Adulteration of Seeds Act 1869 Amendment BillOrdered Mr Clare Read
395
Irish Church Act 1869 Amendment Bill Bill 1167
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ORDERS OF THE
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1344
505
Hypothec Scotland No 3 Bill Bill 101
507
Threshing Machines Bill No 50
515
THE PROPOSED Congress Question Mr Gladstone Answer
525
THE EASTERN QUESTION RUSSIA RETROCESSION OF BESSARABIA
527
the Duties now payable thereon that is to say
605
Public Works Loans Bill Bill 138
607
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday Ireland Bill
645
COMMONS MONDAY APRIL 1
661
Mr Gladstone Reply The Chancellor of the Exchequer
733
Bills of Sale recommitted Bill Bill 129
753
Anmy RESERVE ForcesOrder of the Day for the consideration of
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BENGAL MEDICAL REGULATIONS Question Mr ODonnell Answer
853
MOTIONS
941
Education Scotland Bill No 47
949
BILLS OF EXCHANGEACCEPTANCESQuestion Sir Joseph M Kenna
961
RAILWAYSBRAKE POWERQuestion Mr M Brooks Answer Viscount
1039
Employers Liability for Injuries Bill Bill 11
1047
TE 21V
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PRISONS SCOTLAND ActPRISON BOARD CLERKSQuestion Mr MLaren
1069
Idiots c Ireland Bill Ordered Mr Arthur Moore Mr Meldon Mr OShaughnessy
1071
Railway Returns Continuous Brakes Bill
1083
GUN LICENCE Act 1870RABBITS SCOTLAND Question Sir Alexander
1089
PARLIAMENT_ORDERS OF THE DAYRESOLUTION
1097
WAYS AND MEANS considered in Committee
1105
Customs and Inland Revenue Bill Bill 146
1149
PROJECTILESSHELLS AND ARMOURPLATESMOTION FOR RETURNS
1271
NAVAL STATIONS IN THE PACIFIC ESQUIMALT HARBOURQuestion
1283
PARLIAMENT PUBLIC BUSINESSCONTAGIOUS DISEASES ANIMALS BILL
1287
Public Works Loans Bill Bill 138
1351
Conway Bridge Composition of Debt BillResolution April 8 reported
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PRIVATEERINGQuestion Captain Pim Answer The Chancellor of
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ORDERS OF THE DAY
1401
Mutiny Bill
1423
WAYS AND MEANSTHE Dog TaxQuestion Mr Thomson Hankey
1449
PRIVATE BILLS
1471
Original Question put and agreed
1483
ScotlandPrecognitionSudden or Sus SelwinIbbetson Sir H J cont
1491
8 Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 2305
1497
Prison DISCIPLINEFLOGGINGQuestion Mr P A Taylor Answer
1505
Resolution to be reported upon Monday next Committee to sit again
1509
THE MILITARY FORCES OF THE CROWNTHE INDIAN CONTINGENTQuestions
1519
SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORSLICENSING LAWRESOLUTION
1539
The House resumed its Sitting at Nine of the clock
1545
County Courts Bill Bill 107
1547
Tenant Right Ireland Bill Bill 31
1583
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
1597
ARMY ARTIFICERS OF THE ROYAL ARTILLERY Question Colonel
1597
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
1607
New Members Sworn land Comm 384 cl 1 1817 1842
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SUPPLYCivil Service ESTIMATESCommitteecontinued
1621
14
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MOTIONS
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MILITARY FORCES OF THE CROWNEMPLOYMENT OF INDIAN TROOPS
1713
The PARIS EXHIBITION GOVERNMENT WORKMEN Question Mr
1717
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
1761
Resolutions to be reported
1781
Sir Charles W Dilke Sir Henry James Mr 1806 Motion for Adjournment 1810
1811
Provisional Orders Ireland Confirmation Dungarvan c Bill 1 662
1853
New SOUTH WALESCOLONIAL FINANCEQuestion Address for Papers
1867
Acknowledgment of Deeds by Married Women Ireland
1959
Queens Colleges and University Ireland Bill Bill 26
1989
THE ARMYMARKING DESERTERS Questions Observations Lord Ellen
1995
EAST INDIA INCREASE OF TAXATIONRESOLUTION
1999
COAL MINES THE BLANTYRE EXPLOSIONQuestion Mr Macdonald
2009
Bill
2015
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Act 1876SCHOOL CERTIFICATES OF BIRTH
2017
ARMYOFFICERS OF THE COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENTQuestion Sir Henry
THE EASTERN QUESTIONTHE CONGRESSNotice Mr Gladstone 632
ORDERS OF THE
MERCANTILE MARINETHE CEFNYWRACH SHOAL CARDIFFQuestion
Criminal Code Indictable Offences Bill
Two of the clock Sir Henry SelwinIbbetson
Post OfficeMail Contracts
Motion for Leave Sir Charles W Dilke Ways and MeansFinancial Statement Comm
Post Office Postmasterships

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Seite 559 - Bounty (that is, the governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy).
Seite 1069 - Whereupon, the Plenipotentiaries do not hesitate to express, in the name of their Governments, the wish that States, between which any serious misunderstanding may arise, should, before appealing to arms, have recourse, as far as circumstances might allow, to the good offices of a friendly Power.
Seite 829 - Sardinia, declare the Sublime Porte admitted to participate, in the advantages of the public law and system (concert) of Europe. Their Majesties engage, each on his part, to respect the independence and the territorial integrity of the Ottoman Empire ; guarantee in common the strict observance of that engagement, and will, in consequence, consider any act tending to its violation as a question of general interest.
Seite 659 - Majesty's reign, chapter thirty-four, 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...
Seite 1069 - For God's sake do not drag me into another war ! I am worn down, and worn out, with crusading and defending Europe, and protecting mankind ; I must think a little of myself. I am sorry for the Spaniards — I am sorry for the Greeks — I deplore the fate of the Jews; the people of the Sandwich Islands are groaning under the most detestable tyranny ; Bagdad is oppressed — I do not like the present state of the Delta — Thibet is not comfortable.
Seite 659 - Commissioners for general or special purposes, in the manner prescribed by section sixty-one of the Act of the fifth and sixth years of Her Majesty's reign, chapter thirty-five, to...
Seite 831 - British interests. Her Majesty's Government were unable to recognise in them any validity unless they were made the subject of a formal agreement among the parties to the Treaty of Paris.
Seite 825 - that it is an essential principle of the law of nations that no Power can liberate itself from the engagements of a Treaty, nor modify the stipulations thereof, unless with the consent of the contracting Powers by means of an amicable arrangement*.
Seite 1035 - By the articles erecting the new Bulgaria, a strong Slav State will be created under the auspices and control of Russia, possessing important harbours upon the shores of the Black Sea and the Archipelago, and conferring upon that Power a preponderating influence over both political and commercial relations in those seas.

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