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COMMONS FRIDAY APRIL 29
151
Tith RentCharge Bill No 54
167
Supreme Court of Judicature Ireland Bill No 63
179
Amendment proposed to the said proposed Amendment
221
INDIATHE HINDOO LAW OF MARRIAGE INFANT MARRIAGES Question
235
tary for Ireland Colonel KingHarman
247
WAR OFFICE PROMOTIONS IN THIE ROYAL ENGINEERSQuestion
301
Incumbents of Benefices Loans Extension Act 1886 Amend
303
Railway and Canal Traffic Bill No 74
327
Sutton District Water Bill by Order
335
MOTIONS
341
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT SCOTLAND SchooL BOARD ELECTIONSCUMULA
347
ARMYTHE COMMISSARIAT AND TRANSPORT CORPS Question Captain
349
PARLIAMENT OFFICES OF PROFIT UNDER CROWN D SQUALIFICA
369
DUKE OF CONNAUGHTS LEAVE BillCHARGE ON INDIAN REVENUE
387
ORDERS OF THE
475
PRIVATE BUSINESS
527
PUBLIC PETITIONS COMMITTEE
531
ARMY AUXILIARY FORCES THE VOLUNTEER FORCETHE NEW REGULA
537
Mr E Stanhope NATIONAL EDUCATION IRELANDTEACHERS RESTRICTIONS ON RESIDENCE 542
543
100
545
Bill read a second time and com
555
558
557
THE COLONIESCOLONIAL STATISTICSANNUAL REPORTSQuestion Com
675
West Lancashire Railway Bill by Order
677
Lunacy Districts Scotland Bill H Presented The Marquess of Lothian
681
INDIATue MAHARAJAH DAůLEEP SIngiQuestion Sir George Campbell
687
HouseSir Charles Lewis 700
705
The House divided Ayes 213 Noes 174
749
ORDERS OF THE
761
Truck Bill Bill 109
833
Water Provisional Orders BillOrdered Baron Henry De Worms Mr Jackson
839
Criminal Law Amendment Ireland Bill Bill 217 Com
841
Duke of Connaughts Leave Bill Bill 228
927
PRIVATE BUSINESS
931
Mr Holmes FISHERY PIERS AND HARBOURS IRELANDPier AT ARDMORE Co Water 942
943
swer The Secretary to the Treasury Mr Jackson īnisu Land Law Bici MCONKEY v ROBERTSON _Qüestion Mr T 946
947
master General Mr Raikes IRELANDBELFASTSTRIKE OF SwrightsQuestion Nr MCartan
963
HARBOURS DOVER HARBOUR The ADMIRALTY PIER Question
1105
MALTA_CHANGES IN THE CONSTITUTION Question Earl De La Warr
1107
WAR OFFICE ORDNANCE DEPARTMENTSMALL ARMS THE METFORD
1115
S AJAXCOMPENSATION FOR INJURIES Question
1121
CREMATIONMOTION FOR A PAPER
1447
LAW AND JUSTICE SCOTLAND CASE OF FERRIE AT HAMILTON
1459
1
1497
Criminal Law Amendment Ireland Bill Bill 217
1585
COAL MINES c REGULATION BILLQuestion Sir Joseph Pease Answer
1649
THE CURRENCY COMMISSIONQuestion Colonel Lloyd Anstruther Answer
1661
Post OFFICESAVINGS Bank DEPARTMENT IN QUEEN VICTORIA STREET
1667
Post OFFICECARRIAGE OF MAILS TO CORNWALLQuestion Mr Cony
1677
County Courts Consolidation Bill 11 L Presented The Lord Chancellor read 1
1679
EGYPT THE SUAKINBERBER RAILWAY Questions Mr Sheil
1681
PUBLIO BILLS BILLS RELATING TO PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONSQuestion
1691
BurmanTHE POLICEQuestion Mr Sheil Anster The Under Secretary
1697
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
1769
148
1775
Local Government Provisional Orders Gas Bill Ordered Mr Long
1799
Peckham and East Dulwich Tramways
1801
0
1811
Municipal Corporations Acts Ireland Amendment No
1819
QUESTION
1843
ORDERS OF THE
1861
REGISTER House SCOTLANDREPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE
1881
Criminal Law Amendment Ireland Bill Bill 217
1939
ARMYSOLDIERS AT POLITICAL MEETINGSTHE ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT
1955
Bankruptcy Offices Sites Bill No 76
1959
ENDOWED SCHOOLS ACT 1869 AND AMENDING Acts ARCHBISHOP HOLGATES
1973
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ELEMENTARY EDUCATION THE RETURNS
1975
COAL MINES c REGULATION BILLFEMALE LABOUR AT The Pits BANK
1977
METEOROLOGY STORM WARNINGSMR B A COLLINS Question
1981
INDIÀINDIAN FAMINE INSURANCE FUNDQuestion Sir Thomas Esmonde
1991
IRELANDTHE CATTLE TRADETHE RATHDOWN UNIONPLEUROPneu
1993
THE MAGISTRACY IRELAND RESIDENT MAGISTRATES RETURN AS
1995
ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARYCONSTABLE KENNEDY Co MOXAGILAN
1997
THE CONSTABULARYCASE OF ExPolice SERGEANT ESKETTQuestion
2009
ADMIRALTYCOLONIAL DEFENCESTORPEDO BOATS FOR SINGAPOREQues
2013
682
2015
IRISH LAND LAW BILLQuestion Mr Dillon Answer The First Lord
2017
Post OFFICETELEGRAMS FROM LIVERPOOL TO BREMEN AND HAVRE
2021
The Scorch UNIVERSITY BillQuestion Mr Mason Answer The Lord
2029
ARMYTHE CAMERON HIGHLANDERSQuestion Mr Finlay Answer
2031
ARMY AUXILIARY FORCESTHE VOLUNTEERSTHE CAPITATION GRANT
WAYS AND MEANS THE FINANCIAL RESOLUTIONSTHE Tobacco Duty

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Seite 303 - Act, shall be decided by arbitration, in manner provided by the Act of the session of the first and second years of the reign of Her present Majesty, chapter ninety-eight, or, at the option of such railway company, by the Commissioners.
Seite 343 - Trade not less than twenty-four hours before the day of auction or the last day for the reception of tenders, as the case may be, and...
Seite 423 - A witness examined under this section shall not be excused from answering any question on the ground that the answer thereto may criminate, or tend to criminate, himself; but any statement made by any person in answer to any question put to him on any examination under this section shall not, except in the case of an indictment or other criminal proceeding for perjury, be admissible in evidence against him in any proceeding, civil or criminal.
Seite 335 - ... a station then at the station nearest to such place, a notice, in such form as may be from time to time prescribed by the board of trade, to the effect that such book, tables, and document touching the classification of merchandise and the rates as they are required by this section and section...
Seite 327 - Commissioner. (7.) If the President of the Board of Trade is satisfied either of the inability of an appointed Commissioner to attend at the hearing of any case, or of there being a vacancy in the office, and in either case of the necessity of a speedy hearing of the case, he may appoint a temporary Commissioner to hear such case, and such Commissioner, for all purposes connected with such case, shall, until the final determination thereof, have the same jurisdiction and powers as if he were an appointed...
Seite 375 - Any person who shall take part in any criminal conspiracy now punishable by law to compel or induce any person or persons either not to fulfil his or their legal obligations, or not to let, hire, use, or occupy any land, or not to deal with, work for, or hire any person or persons in the ordinary course of trade, business, or occupation ; or to interfere with the administration of the law.
Seite 391 - ... or police station in the said county, borough, or place, and examine on oath concerning such crime any witness appearing before him, and may take the deposition of such witness, and, if he see cause, may bind such witness by recognizance to appear and give evidence at the next petty sessions, or when called upon within three months from the date of such recognizance ; and the law relating to the compelling of the attendance of a witness before a justice, and to a witness attending...
Seite 327 - Act on the ex officio commissioners, the state of business of the High Court in England requires the appointment of an additional judge of that court, it shall be lawful for her Majesty to appoint an additional judge of such court, and from time to time, on a like address but not otherwise, to fill any vacancy in such judgeship, and the law relating to the appointment and qualification of the judges of such superior court, to their duties and tenure of office, to their precedence, salary and pension,...
Seite 677 - ... any terms as to the place at which, or the manner in which, or the person with whom, any wages or portion of wages paid to the...
Seite 119 - He ordered a large winnowing-sheet to be secured over the beds in which the fever- victims lay — fortunately they happened to be delirious at the time — and then directed the houses to be unroofed cautiously and slowly. I administered the last sacrament of the Church to four of these...

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