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" Mr. Hastings introduced a Bill into the House of Commons for the purpose of putting a private medical man into the position of a criminal if he did not become a state official, whenever he came into contact with infectious disease, whether he was willing... "
Index to Volume VI. Part 73. July 15,1875 - Page 49
by The Sanitary Record - 1885
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., 4. köide

1817
...nearly connected with the vital interests of the Company. One of his majesty's ministers had recently introduced a bill into the House of Commons, for the purpose of extending the free trade of India to the ports of Malta and Gibraltar. — Without canvassing the policy...
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The Parliamentary Debates, 12. köide

Great Britain. Parliament - 1825
...would be justified in assuming, that such was the intention. When, upon a well-known occasion, he had introduced a bill into the House of Commons for the purpose of putting down Corresponding societies — which was his bill, though the present bill was not — he had introduced...
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The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, 1. köide

1831
...by that profound real property lawyer Lord Kale, m 1652, and the year 1816, when Mr. Serjeant Onslow introduced a bill into the House of Commons for the purpose of establishing a general register, we shall find a district register had uniformly the preference given...
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The British Colonies: Their History, Extent, Condition and Resources, 8. köide

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1850
...reasonable grounds for believing that negroes were surreptitiously brought into the British West Indies, introduced a. bill into the House of Commons for the purpose of obtaining in every island the registering of the number, age, and condition of each slave ; HM ministers...
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The Law of Parochial Assessments: Explained in a Practical Commentary on the ...

William Golden Lumley - 1856 - 155 lehte
...recommendation upon the general subject of parochial assessments. In the spring of 1850, Mr. Cornewall Lewis introduced a bill into the House of Commons, for the purpose of amending the law of parochial assessment. He proposed a more precise and accurate definition of the...
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An Anecdotal History of the British Parliament: From the Earliest Periods to ...

George Henry Jennings - 1880 - 530 lehte
...apply. This palpable deficiency in the law attracted the attention of some friends to liberty, who introduced a bill into the House of Commons for the purpose of extending the provisions of the statute of Charles II. to cases where the imprisonment was not upon...
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An Anecdotal History of the British Parliament: From the Earliest Periods to ...

George Henry Jennings - 1881 - 530 lehte
...apply. This palpable deficiency in the law attracted the attention of some friends to liberty, who introduced a bill into the House of Commons for the purpose of extending the provisions of the statute of Charles II. to cases where the imprisonment was not upon...
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The Health exhibition literature. v. 8, 8. köide

1884
...numerous witnesses who had personal knowledge of the behaviour of small-pox and other infectious diseases. I now come to the last phases of this important matter...or not. The Bill came on for second reading on June 27th in last year. The House was counted out immediately after Mr. Hastings' speech in its favour,...
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The Health Exhibition Literature: Health in relation to civic life

1884
...of small-pox and other infectious diseases. I now come to the last phases of this important matter j Mr. Hastings introduced a Bill into the House of Commons...or not. The Bill came on for second reading on June 27th in last year. The House was counted out immediately after Mr. Hastings' speech in its favour,...
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Individualism, a System of Politics

Wordsworth Donisthorpe - 1889 - 393 lehte
...some rough and ready method of dealing with such a misanthropic maniac ? Mr. Bradlaugh not long since introduced a Bill into the House of Commons for the purpose of bringing pressure to bear upon owners of uncultivated land. He was accused of adopting socialistic...
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