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Page 549 - Every man shall be entitled to be registered as a voter, and, when registered, to vote for a member or members to serve in Parliament for a county who is qualified as follows...
Page 1031 - When the Court appoints a manager of a business or undertaking, it in effect assumes the management into its own hands ; for the manager is the servant or officer of the Court, and upon any question arising as to the character or details of the management, it is the Court that must direct and decide. The circumstance that in this particular case the persons appointed were •previously the managers employed by the company is [*212] immaterial.
Page 999 - Whereas certain houses, rooms, or places, within the cities of London or Westminster, or in the neighbourhood thereof, have of late frequently been opened for public entertainment or amusement upon the evening of the Lord's day. commonly called Sunday; and at other houses, rooms, or places, within...
Page 839 - The Principality of Servia shall continue to hold of the Sublime Porte, in conformity with the Imperial Hats which fix and determine its Rights and Immunities, placed henceforward under the Collective Guarantee of the Contracting Powers.
Page 549 - County, who is qualified as follows; (that is to say,) 1. Is of full Age, and not subject to any legal Incapacity; and 2. Is on the last Day of July in any Year, and has during the Twelve Months immediately preceding been, the Occupier, as Owner or Tenant, of Lands or Tenements within the County of the rateable Value of Twelve Pounds or upwards; and 3.
Page 663 - All I can say on the part of my colleagues and myself is, that we have no other wish at the present moment than with the co-operation of the House to bring the question of Parliamentary Reform to a settlement. I know the Parliamentary incredulity with which many will receive avowals that we are only influenced in the course we are taking by a sense of duty, but I do assure the House if they need such assurances after what we have gone through, after the sacrifices we have made, after having...
Page 927 - Queen's dominions, have power to sentence any soldier to corporal punishment ; provided, that any court-martial may sentence any soldier to corporal punishment while on active service in the field, or on board any ship not in commission, for mutiny, insubordination, desertion, drunkenness on duty or on the line of march, disgraceful conduct, or any breach of the Articles of War ; and no sentence of corporal punishment shall exceed fifty; lashes.