Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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T.C. Hansard, 1871 - Great Britain
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Contents

Sea Fisheries Act 1868 Supplemental BillOrdered Mr Chichester Fortescue
83
CHINA THE TIENTSIN MASSACRE TREATY OF 1858ADDRESS
125
QUEENS MESSENGERSQuestion Mr StopfordSackville Answer Viscount
125
After long debate Moved That the Debate be now adjourned
149
Moved That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty for Copies or Extracts
151
To leave out from the word That to the end of the Question in order to add
195
3
251
County Justices Qualification Amendment BillOrdered Sir Roundell Palmer
259
WALESEDUCATIONBUILDING GRANTSQuestion Mr Raikes Answer
267
WEST INDIESISLAND OF NEVISQuestion Mr Peek Answer
273
ARMY SUPERCESSION OF COLONELS Question Colonel Anson Answer
279
ART AND SCIENCE MUSEUM EAST LONDONQuestion Mr Reed Answer
315
Pauper Inmates Discharge and Regulation Bill Lords Bill
325
IRELAND
331
CHINAHong Kong GAMBLING HOUSEsQuestion Mr Bowring Answer
405
Bill ordered
445
County Property Bill No 35
449
ARMYSANDYHURSTTHE QUEENS AND EAST INDIAN CADETSQuestion
461
After long debate Question put That the words proposed to
515
INDIAMADRAS MEDICAL FUNDQuestion Mr Barclay Answer
573
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
585
Lunacy Regulation Ireland Bill H L
601
630
629
Mutiny Bill
637
ARMY REGULATION BILLEXCIIANGESQuestion Mr OReilly Answer
657
LONDON REPUBLICANSQuestion Mr G Bentinck Answer Mr Gladstone 574
661
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
689
452
707
ARMYMILITARY EDUCATIONADDRESS FOR RETURNS
751
Hussey Vivian ARMY REPORT OF THE WAR OFFICE COMMITTEE Question Mr D 766
767
MUNITIONS OF WARRESOLUTION
781
COUNTY COURT JUDGESQuestion
789
Salmon Fisheries Bill Bill 75
801
Page
815
IRELAND LABOURERS RESIDENCESRESOLUTION
821
Public Parks c Land Bill
877
ARMYNONPURCHASE CORPSQuestion Major Arbuthnot Answer
887
FRANCE AND PRUSSIATHE CONDITIONS OF PEACERESOLUTION
929
NAVYTHE MEGERA Question Mr Kavanagh Answer Mr Goschen
965
Trades Unions Bill Bill 94
975
INDIALAHORE AND PESHAWUR RAILWA
987
VOL COV THIRD SERIES
993
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
1011
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
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1085
Exciseablo Liquors Licensingcontinuod
1113

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Page 873 - 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.
Page 27 - April, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one, for and in respect of all Property, Profits, and Gains mentioned or described as chargeable in the Act passed in the sixteenth and seventeenth years of Her Majesty's reign, chapter thirty-four, for granting to Her Majesty Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices...
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Page 881 - THERE is no flock, however watched and tended But one dead lamb is there ! There is no fireside, howsoe'er defended, But has one vacant chair ! The air is full of farewells to the dying, And mournings for the dead...
Page 273 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to direct...
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Page 877 - Powers, been defined in the Treaty of Peace and the subsequent Protocols, accomplish a series of revolutions which are equally at variance with the letter and spirit of these transactions, and which first led to the union, and subsequently to the election, of a foreign Prince. These facts have obtained the sanction of the Porte and the consent of the Great Powers — or, at any rate, the latter have not thought it necessary to enforce their decisions. The Representative of Russia was the only one...
Page 739 - ... holding petty sessions, or of some magistrate or officer sitting alone or with others at some court or other place appointed for the administration of justice, and for the time being empowered by law to do alone any act authorised to be done by more than one justice of the peace.
Page 913 - ... combined engagement for the maintenance of neutrality. They are, however, prepared, and indeed would think it very desirable to do so , to agree with other neutral Powers, and specifically with Italy, that neither party to such arrangement should depart from its neutrality without a previous communication of ideas and an announcement to one another of any change of policy...

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