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Contents

Second ReadingPrison Ministers Bill 24 Bill withdrawnRoman Catholic Marriages
73
Second Reading Naval Medical Supple Exchequer Bill
79
MINUTES PUBLIC Bills Third Read ment No 78 New Zealand Boundaries
81
Illegitimate Children Ireland Bill No 83
83
New Member SWORNLord Frederick John Land Drainage Provisional Orders Bill
85
Royal Assent Consolidated Fund 10000000
93
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
101
MINUTES SUPPLYconsidered in Com Public BillsResolution in Committee
105
NAVY IRON CLAD SHIPs Resolution Sir James Elphinstonecontinued Pago
107
MINUTES Select COMMITTEE Holy ment Sir Henry Willoughby Bill 80
109
SUPPLICIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATESCommitteecontinued Page
113
Amendment by leave withdrawn
119
Augmentation of Benefices Bill H No 59
135
GENERALS OF THE ROYAL ENGINEERSQuestion General Lindsay Answer
137
MINUTES SUPPLYconsidered in Com Considered as amendedGardens in Towns
139
BEING ALSO AN ABSTRACT OF THE LORDS
153
PUBLIC Bills Second Reading English lition Bill 72 and passed Oaths Relief
165
Railway Bills Bill Bill
167
THE GALWAY CONTRACTQuestion The Earl of Hardwicke Answer Lord
169
METROPOLITAN RAILWAY COMMUNICATIONQuestion Lord Stratheden Answer
193
The indicates that there was no Debate at that stage of the Bill
223
Assurances Registration Ireland Bill Bill 46
265
MINUTES SUPPLICivil SERVICE Esti CommitteeLocal Government Act 1888
271
WEST HARTLEPOOL HARBOUR AND RAILWAY BILL
301
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN TURKEYQuestion Mr Ayrton Answer
305
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343
SUPPLY considered in Committee CIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
361
WAYS AND MEANsReportcontinued
363
Loss of H M S ORPHEUS Question The Earl of Ellenborough Answer
375
Office of Secretary at War Abolition Bill
397
Prison Ministers Bill Bill 24
401
MACHINERY IN Cotton MillsQuestion Lord John Manners Answer
409
Church Building and New Parishes Acts Amendment Bill
463
ATTACK ON TRINGANUQuestion Sir John Hay Answer Sir Charles Wood
465
Second Reading Marine Mutiny Aug
469
Answer The Solicitor General 43 Viscount Palmerston
475
Metropolitan and City of London Police Amalgamation Bill
481
Land Drainage Provisional Orders Bill
525
Innkeepers Liability No 2 Bill Mr ButtBill 43
535
DISTURBANCES IN IRELANDQuestion The Earl of Bandon Answer Earl
571
HIGHWAYS ActQuestion Mr Hunt Answer Sir George Grey
573
MEMORIAL TO THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT
601
In the Committee
635
Vaccination Ireland Bill Bill 70
651
Births and Deaths Registration Ireland Bill No 57
663
Offences South Africa Bill H L No 74
671
SUPPLYResolutions April 23 reported
759
COMMONS MONDAY APRIL 27
771
LAW AND EQUITY ENGLAND AND IRELAND COMMISSION Question Mr Long
773
Salmon Fisheries Ireland Bill Bill
851
METROPOLITAN RAILWAY COMMUNICATIONObservations Earl Granville Reply
855
NavyIRONCLAD SHIPS
881
Illegitimate Children Ireland Bill Bill 13
925
Resolved That the Chairman be directed to move the House That Leave be given
941
He begged also to ask Whether there was those proceedings was being made by
961
Public BillsFirst ReadingSavings Banks Considered as amended Telegraphs Bill
963
Customs and Inland Revenue Bill Bill 91
1067
Execution of Decrees Bill
1087
Stock Certificates to Bearer Bill Bill 100
1135
Courts of the Church of Scotland Bill Bill 92
1139
Harwich Harbour Bill
1149
THE ATTACK ON SHONHINGQuestion Colonel Sykes Answer Lord Clarence
1151
EDUCATION Motion made and Question proposed
1185
Uniformity Act Amendment Bill
1227
HOLYHEAD HARBOUR Motion made and Question proposed
1245
Sale of Mill Sites c Ireland Bill
1247
Church Rates Redemption Bill Mr AlcockBill 12
1273
LORDS THURSDAY MAY 7
1283
COMMONS THURSDAY MAY 7
1297
mates be referred to a Select Committee Mr Augustus Smith
1323
WAYS AND MEANS considered in CommitteeEXCISE DUTIES
1335
Amendment proposed in line 11 to leave out the words And they may if they think
1363
Inland Revenue Bill
1365
Stock Certificates to Bearer Bill Bill 76
1367
LORDS FRIDAY MAY 15
1369
Augmentation of Benefices Bill No 92
1389
Bill for granting to Her Majesty certain Duties of Inland Revenue and
1395
THIRD SERIES
1409
SUPPLY considered in Committee
1499
BOMBARDMENT OF BELGRADEQuestion Mr Darby Griffith Answer Mr Layard
1525
Customs and Inland Revenue Bill Bill 91
1545
Assurances Registration Ireland Bill Bill 46
1571
Second Reading Statute Labour Roads and ment Bill See May 11 p 1575
1575
Second ReadingSavings Banks Acts Âmend from Violence Bill 111 and passed
1579
Weights and Measures Bill
1663
Church Rates Redemption Bill Bill 12
1687
Question proposed That the word proposed to be left out stand part
1701
Second ReadingDuchy of Cornwall Manage No
1735
Telegraphs Bill No 83
1765
COMMONS FRIDAY MAY 15
1767
Resolution
1773
DUBLIN METROPOLITAN RAILWAY BILL
1803
METROPOLITAN RAILWAYSQuestion Lord Stratheden Answer Earl Granville
1817
COMMONS MONDAY MAY 18
1835
Offences South Africa Bill Lords Bill 113
1923
COMMONS TUESDAY MAY 19
1947
SMALL POX IN THE METROPOLIS Question General Buckley Answer Mr C
1949
tions Lord Adolphus Vane Tempest
1987
RELIGIOUS ENDOWMENTS IRELANDMotion made and Question proposed
1999
next
2021
Admiralty Courts Ireland Bill Bill 48
2077
words to Schools only of the working classes but to all of them alike in the way
2081
After long Debate Question put and negatived
2089
Stock Certificates to Bearer Bill Bill 100
2091
ALLEGED EMPLOYMENT OF SPIES ar LIVERPOOLQuestion Lord Robert Cecil
2093
Consolidated Fund 20000000 Bill
2095
33
BRIGANDAGE IN ITALYQuestions Mr Hennessy Lord John Manners
THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION BUILDINGQuestion Sir Harry Verney
Malta New DockMotion for Copy
HOLYAEAD HARBOUBOrder read for resuming Adjourned Debate on Question

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Page 715 - But there is nothing in our laws, or in the law of nations, that forbids our citizens from sending armed vessels, as well as munitions of war, to foreign ports for sale. It is a commercial adventure which no nation is bound to prohibit, and which only exposes the persons engaged in it to the penalty of confiscation.
Page 49 - The question as to the original illegal armament and outfit of the Independencia may be dismissed in a few words. It is apparent, that though equipped as a vessel of war, she was sent to Buenos Ayres on a commercial adventure, contraband, indeed, but in no shape violating our laws on our national neutrality.
Page 45 - In pursuance of this policy, the laws of the United States do not forbid their citizens to sell to either of the belligerent powers, articles contraband of war, or take munitions of war or soldiers on board their private ships for transportation ; and although, in so doing, the individual citizen exposes his property or person to some of the hazards of war, his acts do not involve any breach of national neutrality, nor of themselves implicate the Government.
Page 729 - But if this cry is raised for the purpose of driving Her Majesty's Government to do something which may be contrary to the laws of the country, or which may be derogatory to the dignity of the country, in the way of altering our laws for the purpose of pleasing another Government, then all I can say is, that such a course is not likely to accomplish its purpose.
Page 47 - A neutral nation may, if so disposed, without a breach of her neutral character, grant permission to both belligerents to equip their vessels of war within her territory. But without such permission the subjects of such belligerent powers have no right to equip vessels of war, or to increase or augment their force, either with arms or with men, within the territory of such neutral nation. Such unauthorized acts violate her sovereignty and her rights as a neutral.
Page 35 - It appears difficult to make out a stronger case of infringement of the Foreign Enlistment Act, which, if not enforced on this occasion, is little better than a dead letter.
Page 587 - That an humble address be presented to his majesty, that he will be graciously pleased to give directions that there be laid before this house, copies of...
Page 49 - The collectors are not authorized to detain vessels, although manifestly built for warlike purposes and about to depart from the United States, unless circumstances shall render it probable that such vessels are intended to be employed by the owners to commit hostilities against, some foreign power at peace with the United States. All the latitude, therefore, necessary for commercial purposes is given to our citizens, and they are restrained only from such acts as are calculated to involve the country...
Page 731 - ... the two allied governments, and that it will, in the spirit of just reciprocity, give orders that no privateer under Russian colors shall be equipped or victualled, or admitted with its prizes, in the ports of the United States, and also that the citizens of the United States shall rigorously abstain from taking part in armaments of this nature, or in any other measure opposed to the duties of a strict neutrality.

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