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1887 for the Salaries and Expenses of the National Debt Office
113
Ordees of the Day
117
Original Question again proposed
131
PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES
135
Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 10043
151
SUPPLYconsidered in CommitteeCivil Service Estimates
159
Railways IrelandParsonstown and Portumna Bridge Railway
167
Royal Irish ConstabularyThe Medical Adviser at Castlebar
179
IndiaThe Civil ServiceThe Committee of InquiryQuestion
185
SurpLYCivil Service Estimates Committeecontinued
209
SupplyCivil Servicb EstimatesCommitteecontinued
255
Law and Justice
287
The Currency cConstitution of the CommissionQuestion Mr
291
Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 29041
325
Fishery Piers and Harbours Ireland Bundoran PierQuestion
335
Parliamentary ElectionsPolling Places in Eural DistrictsQues
395
Ireland SouthWest District Action of Sir Redvers Buller
423
SupplyOrder of taking the EstimatesQuestion Mr Lewis Answer
447
After short debate Resolution to be reported Tomorrow Committee
491
Royal Irish ConstabularyExConstable Edward MEnterQuestion
513
Education Science and
581
JapanClaims of British Merchants on the Japanese Government
583
Wak DepartmentMilitary Stores and EquipmentsConstitution
589
ORDERS OF THE
603
Law and Justice
613
2 Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding 3607
661
Question again proposed That a sum not exceeding 22041 be granted c
669
Original Question again proposed
687
Original Question put and agreed
695
Fishery Piers and Harbours IrelandPier at Enniscrorie
699
u 77285 to complete the sum for the British Museum
759
Post Office IrelandThe SubPostmaster of Sthadbally Co Water
765
Post Office Ireland Case of Moloney Postmaster of Kildy
781
Original Question again proposed
835
The CurrencyThe Royal CommissionThe Money Article of The
853
Law and Police IrelandAction of the Police at Ballyrusii
889
The House divided Ayes 176 Noes 66 Majority 110
1087
War DepartmentRetired Officers in Colonial EmploymentQues
1091
Police Metropolis Obstruction of Traffic Street Lecturers
1103
Post Office IrelandAccommodation at GranoegeithQuestion
1109
Army Auxiliary ForcesThe MilitiaExamination for Lieutenants
1121
South Eastern Europe Affairs of Bulgaria Action of
1123
ORDERS OF THE
1127
The Magistracy Scotland The Sheriff Clerk of Berwickshire
1253
Debtors Ireland ActClosing of Omaoh GaolQuestion Lord Ernest
1263
Parliamentary Elections IrelandThe Derry ElectionAction
1275
Bill read the third time and passed
1339
Q UESTIONS
1351
Pooh Law England and Wales Aoed Couples in Workhouses
1353
IndiaThe Governor of MadrasQuestion Mr Jordan Answer
1377
Midland Great Western Railway IrelandPoor HarvestmenQues
1389
HallMarkingThe Watch TradeQuestion Captain Penton Answer
1391
Channel FisheriesFisheries Regulation 1843Detention of English
1395
Fishery Piers and Harbours IrelandBundoran Pier Co Donegal
1399
Trade and CommerceForeign Labour in the Tower HamletsThe
1409
War OfficeThe First Army CorpsQuestion Major General Golds
1413
IndiaThe Afghan FrontierThe Railway to QuettaQuestion
1435
Commissioners of Irish LightsDonegal HarbourQuestion Mr Ber
1437
Post Office ScotlandCommunication between Dornoch and Bonar
1445
Lunatic Asylums IrelandCentral Lunatic Asylum DundrumAd
1447
Ckiue and Outrage IrelandRiots at Rathfriland Co DownQues
1449
Law and JusticeCodification of the Criminal LawQuestion
1459
Proposed Commission on the Development of the Resources of Ireland
1465
Education ScotlandThe Glasgow School Board SystemObserva
1467
Coal Mines The Dean Lane Colliery Explosion Quostion
1469
MetbopolisStatue of James II in Whitehall YardQuestions
1471
Queens SpeechHer Majestys Answer to the Address reported 348
1475
Law and JusticeTnE Revised StatutesIssue of a New and Cheap
1491
Education DepartmentSchool AccommodationBoard v Denomina
1497
Representation of the People Act 1884Extra Remuneration to Poor
1509
Board of Works IrelandIncrease of Grant for Building ScnooL
1511

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Seite 14 - For salaries and expenses of the offices of the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in Dublin and London, and subordinate departments ......... 36.
Seite 939 - An Act to apply a sum out of the Consolidated Fund to the service of the year ending on the thirty-first day of March one thousand nine hundred and thirteen, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.
Seite 1021 - Amendment proposed to leave out from the word "That," to the end of the Question, in order to add the words : In the opinion of this House...
Seite 123 - Office of opposition to the grant of the patent, on the ground of the applicant having obtained the invention from him, or from a person of whom he is the legal representative, or on the ground that the invention has been patented in this country on an application of prior date...
Seite 313 - House, shall be of opinion that a motion for the adjournment of a debate, ' or of the House, during any debate, or that the Chairman do report progress, or do leave the chair, is an abuse of the rules of the House, he may forthwith put the question thereupon from the chair...
Seite 1101 - That it is desirable that those functions of the Executive Government which especially relate to Commerce and Agriculture should be administered by a distinct department under the direction of a principal Secretary of State, who should be a member of the Cabinet.
Seite 211 - ... examine into the question of the amalgamation of the Treasury and the Bank of England Note Issues. The inquiry resolved itself mainly into an examination of whether and in what manner we should return to the gold standard. The Committee was presided over by my right hon. Friend who is now Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. A. Chamberlain), and then a private Member, and its other members were Lord Bradbury, Mr. Gaspard Farrer, Professor Pigou, and the Controller of Finance at the Treasury....
Seite 753 - Our object is to complete the present voluntary system, to fill up gaps, sparing the public money where it can be done without, procuring as much as we can the assistance of the parents, and welcoming as much as we rightly can the co-operation and aid of those benevolent men who desire to assist their neighbours.
Seite 1099 - Metropolis in manner to be specified by the said scheme or schemes ; that is to say, To the promoting the education of the poorer inhabitants of the Metropolis, whether by means of exhibitions, or of technical instruction, or of secondary education, or of art education, or evening lectures, or otherwise, as to the Commissioners may seem good ; To the establishment and maintenance of libraries, or museums, or art collections...
Seite 479 - ... the intention of the Government to appoint a Royal Commission to inquire into the working of the Poor Law.

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