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Transfer of Land BillOrder of the Day for the Third Reading readAmend
265
Magisterial Appointments Observations of Mr John Locke 260
273
VaccinationQuestion of Mr Monsell
287
Supply of Gas Motion of Mr Byng for a Select Committee Motion agreed to
321
Supply of Gas Motion of Mr Byng for a Select Committee Motion agreed
323
National Agricultural Model School at Belvoir Question of Mr Calcutt 332
333
Limerick City WritMotion of Colonel French withdrawn 336
363
Ways and MeansCommitteelouse in Committee
399
European Infantry Regiments in Oude Question of Mr W Vansittart
427
Mining Operations Duchy of LancasterMotion of Mr J L Ricardo for
443
Private BillsMotion of Lord Robert CecilMotion by leave withdrawn
455
Sanitary Condition of the ArmyResolutions of Viscount Ebrington agreed to
473
Turnpike Tolls Metropolis Motion of Mr Byng for an Address Motion
487
Reformatory Schools Ireland BillBill read 2 520
523
JointStock Banking Companies BillOrder for Second Reading readAmend
533
Church Rates BillHouse in Committee
557
Patent Law Amendment BillAmendments considered
575
FRIDAY MAY 14
579
Public Business The Whitsuntide HolidaysThe Adjournment of the House
669
MONDAY May 17
761
Turnpike Tolls MetropolisHer Majestys Answer to an Address brought
811
Oaths BillA ConferenceReport made
857
Edinburgh CastleQuestion of Mr Black 860
865
Real Property c Probate DutyMotion of Mr W Williams negatived
879
Conspiracy to Murder IrelandMotion of Mr Bland for Leave to bring in a Bill
883
Valuation Ireland Motion of Mr Grogan for a Committee Motion with
911
Manning the NavyMotion of Sir Charles Napier for a CommitteeAmendment
917
THURSDAY MAY 20
919
Communication Between London and DublinQuestion of Mr H Herbert
921
Valuation IrelandMotion of Mr Grogan for a Committee Motion with
935
Settled Estates ActObservations of Lord Lyndhurst
1021
Roman Catholic CharitiesQuestion of Mr Monsell
1059
Military EducationQuestion of Mr Monsell
1103
MONDAY MAY 31
1137
The Chancellor of the Exchequers Speech at SloughNotice of the Earl
1175
The CagliariQuestion of Mr Headlam
1195
SupplyReportHouse in Committee
1201
Differences with the United States Question of Mr Lindsay
1247
TUESDAY JUNE 1
1267
Patronage of the See of DurhamQuestion of Lord Ravensworth
1269
Laws of JerseyQuestion of Mr Hadfield
1307
Absconding of Mr Elliot Question of Mr Nicoll
1465
SupplyCivil Service EstimatesHlouse in Committee 1466
1503
FRIDAY JUNE 4
1507
Trial of the British Bank DirectorsQuestion of Mr Brady
1517
The Deanery of YorkQuestion of Mr W Ewart 1522
1531
SupplyCivil Service Estimates House in Committee 1570
1583
Case of Colonel JohnstoneQuestion of Lord Panmure
1585
The Earl of Kingstons Questions
1595
Lancashire and Yorkshire and East Lancashire Railway Companies BillCon
1601
The 78th HighlandersQuestion of Mr Campbell 1612
1613
Tuesday JUNE 8
1689
Relations with the United StatesQuestion of the Earl of Clarendon
1701
Lancashire and Yorkshire and East Lancashire Railway Companies Bill
1705
The Submarine TelegraphQuestion of Lord Clarence Paget 1732
1733
Piers and llarbours Bill Motion of Mr Paull for Leave to bring in a Bill
1797
Property Qualification Bill Bill read 2
1829
Case of the CagliariQuestion of the Earl of Airlie
1847
Mr Howards Departure from FlorenceQuestion of Mr Bowyer
1849
Universities Scotland BillOrder for Second Reading readAmendment
1881
FRIDAY JUNE 11
1915
Sanitary State of the Metropolitan ChurchesObservations of Mr Laurie 1924
1945
Prince Edward IslandQuestion of Mr Gladstone 1948
1991
MONDAY JUNE 14
1997
Presbyterian and Roman Catholic Chaplains for the ArmyQuestion of Mr IIume 2014
2015
TUESDAY JUNE 15
2087
Sale and transfer of Land Ireland BillHouse in Committee 2104
2111
Roman Catholic ChaplainsObservations of Mr Serjeant Deasy 2150
2151
for Six Months Insurance and Assurance Institutions Bill Order for Second Reading read 2190
2191
THURSDAY JUNE 17
2193
Oaths Bill Question of Lord Denman
2217
Government of IndiaHouse in Committee
2221
The Irish Landed Estates CourtQuestion of Sir Erskine Perry 2252
2253
Commissioners for Exhibition 1851 BillBill read 2 2254
2271
SUBJECTS OF DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS
2273
Juries Ireland No 2 BillBill read 2
2285
Isthmus of SuezQuestion of Mr Milner Gibson
SupplyReport brought
The Landowners of OudeQuestion of Sir Denham Noireys
886
Funded Debt Bill Motion of the Chancellor of the Exchequer for Leave to bring

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Página 75 - After the doings of the land of Egypt, wherein ye dwelt, shall ye not do; and after the doings of the land of Canaan, whither I bring you, shall ye not do; neither shall ye walk in their ordinances.
Página 761 - Who is it,' said the jealous ruler over the desert, encroached upon by the restless foot of English adventure — ' who is it that causes this river to rise in the high mountains, and to empty itself into the ocean? Who is it that causes to blow the loud winds of winter, and that calms them again in the summer?
Página 761 - I have seen of them myself amongst reluctant nations submitting to our authority. I know what they feel, and how such feelings can alone be repressed. I have heard them in my youth from a naked savage, in the indignant character of a prince, surrounded by his subjects, addressing the governor of a British colony, holding a bundle of sticks in his hand, as the notes of his unlettered eloquence. 'Who is it...
Página 761 - Who is it that causes to blow the loud winds of winter, and that calms them again in the summer ? Who is it that rears up the shade of those lofty forests, and blasts them with the quick lightning at his pleasure ? The same Being who gave to you a country on the other side of the waters, and gave ours to us; and THOMAS, LORD ERSKINE 1Ojj by this title we will defend it,* said the warrior, throwing down his tomahawk upon the ground, and raising the war-sound of his nation.
Página 725 - Other conquerors, when they have succeeded in overcoming resistance, have excepted a few persons as still deserving of punishment, but have, with a generous policy, extended their clemency to the great body of the people.
Página 59 - His Majesty the Sultan promises to convoke immediately in each of the two provinces a Divan ad hoc, composed in such a manner as to represent most closely the interests of all classes of society. These Divans shall be called upon to express the wishes of the people in regard to the definitive organization of the Principalities.
Página 761 - ... said the warrior, throwing down his tomahawk upon the ground, and raising the war-sound of his nation. These are the feelings of subjugated man all round the globe ; and depend upon it, nothing but fear will control where it is vain to look for affection.
Página 77 - Neither shalt thou take a wife to her sister, to vex her, to uncover her nakedness, beside the other in her life time.
Página 75 - None of you shall approach to any that is near of kin to him, to uncover their nakedness: I am the Lord.
Página 379 - Motion made and question proposed, "that, in the opinion of this House, the growing needs of the empire require the establishment of the Committee of Defence on a permanent footing

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