Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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UNION ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE ACT AMENDMENT BILLcontinued
83
Law of Debtor and CreditorCounty Courts Act Amendment
85
MINUTES PUBLIC BILLS First Read
89
COMMONS
97
THE RUSSOAMERICAN TELEGRAPH Question Mr Watkin Answer
99
First ReadingUniformity Act Amendment 811 Debate adjourned Sale of Gas Scot
125
EDUCATION INSPECTORS REPORTScontinued
127
THE BANK ACT 1844Question Mr Hubbard Answer The Chancellor
131
POOR RATES IRELANDResolution
143
SUPPLYcontinued
147
PUBLIC BILLSFirst ReadingPenal Servi Second Reading Naval and Victualling
151
Whether he has reason to believe that the States of Holstein formally thanked the King
159
POLANDRESOLUTIONS
177
First Reading Indemnity Bill 97
189
PUNISHMENT OF DEATHAnswer to Addresscontinued
195
After long Debate Amendment by leave withdrawn
215
Partnership Law Amendment Bill Bill 68
239
OYSTER DREDGING AT BEACHY HEADQuestion Mr Cave Answer
243
Valuation of Rateable Property Ireland Bill
245
Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Amendment Bill H L
257
Bill to enable the Benchers of the Inns of Court to appoint Judicial Committees in certain
283
22
295
Motion made and Question proposed That the Bill be now read a second
301
Previous Question put That that Question be now put Mr Cave
347
AGRARIAN OFFENCES IRELANDCASE OF MICHAEL DUIGAN AND OTHERS
357
EDUCATION INSPECTORS REPORTScontinued
367
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
399
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCommit
409
Whereupon Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding
411
After Debate Vote agreed
425
Beerhouses Ireland Bill
435
LIFE
443
460
459
June 13
489
Motion agreed
513
Bill reported
519
THE ASHANTEE WARQuestion Sir John Pakington Answer Mr Cardwell
545
County Courts Act Amendment Bill No 70
565
COMMONS MONDAY MAY 23
587
Bank of England Notes Scotland Bill
601
CASE OF CAPTAIN MELVILLE WHITE
603
OrderedBank Acts
633
POLAND Amendment proposed
651
MISCELLANEOUS CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATESMoved
663
After long Debate Motion made and Question That the Chairman
691
Beerhouses Ireland Bill Bill 109
693
NATIONAL EDUCATION IRELAND Question Sir Hugh Cairns Answer
695
MINUTES SELECT COMMITTEEOn Pa Select Committee
717
REGISTRATION OF TITLES IN IRELAND
735
DENMARK AND GERMANYTHE CONFERENCEQuestion Mr Disraeli Answer
771
Public and Refreshment Houses Metropolis Bill Bill 92
777
240
779
Smith Answer The Marquess of Hartington
801
MR HOME AND THE ROMAN GOVERNMENTQuestion Mr Roebuck Answer
841
Whereupon Motion made and Question proposed
855
Herne Bay Hampton and Reculver Fishery Bill Lords
869
Sir George Grey Mr Henley Mr Walter Mr Gathorne Hardy Sir William Jolliffe
881
COMMONS TUESDAY MAY 31
909
SLAVE TRADE WHITE NILE
981
SUPPLYARMY ESMIMATES
1001
To leave out from the word That to the end of the Question in order to add
1007
Question put That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
1043
Oyster Fishery England and Wales Bill H L
1059
Court of Chancery Ireland Bill Bill 78
1093
THE BIRKENHEAD IRONCLADSQuestion Mr J Tollemache Answer
1101
Fish Freshwater Streams Bill
1119
Chimney Sweepers and Chimneys Regulation Bill No 76
1123
Ecclesiastical Courts and Registries Ireland Bill No 96
1131
GREENWICH HOSPITALAmendment proposed
1153
ADMINISTRATION OF SCOTCH AFFAIRS
1167
SUPPLY considered in Committee
1221
THE COUNTESS OF ELGIN AND KINCARDINE
1225
COMMONS MONDAY JUNE 6
1259
Committee thereupon on Thursday
1263
DENMARK AND GERMANYTHE CONFERENCEQuestion Lord Henry Lennox
1275
1264
1285
1276
1285
ECCLESIASTICAL REGISTRYQuestion Mr Henry Seymour Answer Sir George
1295
After long Debate Question put That the word now stand part of
1423
Superannuations Union Offcers Bill
1437
COUNTY COURTS ACT AMENDMENT BILLQuestion The Earl of Derby Answer
1453
Church Building and New Parishes Acts Amendment
1455
SUPPLY considered in CommitteeCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
1457
Collection of Taxes recommitted Bill Bill 96
1463
The House divided Ayes 137 Noes
1477
Amendment proposed to leave out the word now and at the end of
1493
GREEK LOANCONSOLIDATED FUND
1527
Church Services Apocrypha Bill
1541
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
1581
Page
1601
Notice taken that 40 Members were not present House counted and 40
1605
After Debate on Question their Lordships divided Contents 80 Not
1623
NEW ZEALAND GUARANTEE OF LOAN
1633
NAVYNAVAL STATIONS IN THE PACIFIC Question Mr Watkin Answer
1635
13 Motion made and Question proposed
1641
INDIACLAIMS OF AZEEM JAHAmendment proposed
1653
That a sum not exceeding 72452 be granted to Her Majesty to complete the
1669
After short Debate Motion by leave withdrawn
1673
The following Votes to complete were then agreed to also without Debate
1685
Resolution
1689
SIR ROWLAND HILL K C B ADDRESS ON THE QUEENS MESSAGE
1701
OrderedPortsmouth Dockyard Acquisition
1707
CAPE COASTTHE ASHANTEE WARQuestion Sir John Hay Answer
1727
NATIONAL EDUCATION IRELANDRESOLUTION
1729
IRELANDDAUNTS ROCKQuestion Mr Horsfall Answer Mr M Gibson
1781
Portsmouth Dockyard Acquisition of Lands Bill
1799
After short Debate Question put and agreed
1811
THE ASHANTEE WARQuestion Sir John Hay Answer Lord C Paget
1819
Preamble
1823
House adjourned at half past Seven oclock
1835
16 Motion made and Question proposed
1841
That a sum not exceeding 13703 be granted to Her Majesty to defray the Charge
1865
1882
1881
Whereupon Motion made and Question proposed
1885
After Debate Vote agreed
1891
That the Item of 400 for the Salary of the Consul at Rome be omitted from the pro
1903
On Motion of Mr Neate Bill to amend the Local Government Act of 1858 so far as
1915
County Courts Acts Amendment BillH L No 70
1929
Sheriffs Substitute Scotland Salaries
1939
THE ASHANTEE WARAmendment proposed
1963
Main Question put and agreed
2023
TRANSFER OF LAND IRELAND Question Mr Scully Answer Mr OHagan
2027
Goals Bill Bill 93
2045
Amendment proposed to leave out the word now and at the end
2059
Amendment proposed to leave out the word now and at the end of
2089
Railway Travelling Ireland Bill Bill 137
2101
Question proposed That the word now stand part of the Question
2105
2017
BREECH LOADING RIFLESMoved
1545
1
THE COLONY OF LAGOSQuestion Mr Arthur Mills Answer Mr Cardwell
3
Third ReadingCollection of Taxes Bill
5
Copy of all Correspondence between the Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica and
7
245
9
NAVYTHE RESEARCH
11
1058
13
That in pursuance
15
1456
17
FRANCEFISHERIES CONVENTIONQuestion Mr Du Cane Answer Mr Milner
19
1914
21
the means of levying the National Revenue Mr Hubbard
27
THIRD SERIES
858
Question Sir Frederic Smith Answer Lord
197
NAVYSCHOOL OF NAVAL ARCHITECTUREPAPERS MOVED FOR
PENSIONS TO COLONIAL GOVERNORSQuestion Mr Baillie Cochrane Answer
RAILWAY COMPANIES BORROWING POWERS
176
617
Main Question put and agreed
1
After short Debate Vote agreed
3
201
5
1493
After short Debate Amendment withdrawn Clause agreed
Writs Registration Scotland Bill Bill 84

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Page 325 - A thousand years scarce serve to form a state ; An hour may lay it in the dust : and when Can man its shatter'd splendour renovate, Recall its virtues back, and vanquish Time and Fate?
Page 181 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to direct...
Page 103 - It is not easy to estimate the degree in which the English people are indebted to these schools for the qualities on which they pique themselves most - for their capacity to govern others and control themselves, their aptitude for combining freedom with order, their public spirit, their vigour and manliness of character, their strong but not slavish respect for public opinion, their love of healthy sports and exercise.
Page 715 - But to turn to our own institute: besides these constant exercises at home, there is another opportunity of gaining experience to be won from pleasure itself abroad; in those vernal seasons of the year when the air is calm and pleasant, it were an injury and sullenness against nature, not to go out and see her riches, 246 and partake in her rejoicing with heaven and earth.
Page 103 - These schools have been the chief nurseries of our statesmen ; in them, and in schools modelled after them, men of all the various classes that make up English society, destined for every profession and career, have been brought up on a footing of social equality, and have contracted the most enduring friendships, and some of the ruling habits of their lives ; and they have had perhaps the largest share in moulding the character of an English gentleman.
Page 247 - Every tax ought to be so contrived as both to take out and to keep out of the pockets of the people as Little as possible, over and above what it brings into the public treasury of the state.
Page 485 - ... between nations, and it is a rule founded in public convenience and policy, and cannot be broken in upon without endangering the peace and repose as well of neutral as of belligerent Sovereigns. The commission in the present case is not expressed in the most unequivocal terms, but its lair purport and interpretation must be deemed to apply to a public ship of the Government.
Page 491 - ... in either of which cases the authorities of the port, or of the nearest port, as the case may be, shall require her to put to sea as soon as possible after the expiration of such period of twenty-four hours...
Page 99 - It quickens and cultivates directly the faculty of observation, which in very many persons lies almost dormant through life, the power of accurate and rapid generalization, and the mental habit of method and arrangement ; it accustoms young persons to trace the sequence of cause and effect ; it familiarizes them with a kind of reasoning which interests them, and which they can promptly comprehend ; and it is perhaps the best corrective for that indolence which is the vice of half-awakened minds,...
Page 307 - I venture to say that every man who is not presumably incapacitated by some consideration of personal unfitness or of political danger is morally entitled to come within the pale of the Constitution.

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