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The National GalleryQuestion of Sir Henry Willoughby
181
Sittings of the House Motion of Mr W Ewart negatived by a Majority of 209 190
199
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9
211
Landlord and Tenant Ireland Bill Motion of Mr Greer for ReturnsMotion
229
n of the Earl of Leitrim for ReturnsMotion
231
Patent LawQuestion of Mr T Duncombe 248
249
Royal Commission on MilitiaQuestion of Mr Dent 250
273
Wodehouse
313
Purchase and Sale of CommissionsQuestion of Sir De Lacy Evans
329
Opium Trade in ChinaQuestion of Mr Gilpin 340
341
346
345
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345
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355
162 insula
357
Parliamentary ReformQuestion of Mr T Duncombe
367
City of London Union BillMotion of Mr Crawford that the Bill be read
393
Lotion of Mr Alcock for an Address to
413
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449
Galway Town John Orrell Lever esq 0 Anthony OFlaherty esq Void Election
469
lian Army c Question of Colonel Sykes
471
Ayrton for leave to bring in a Bill Leave
483
of Mr Black for leave to bring in a Bill
497
Immigration Act Jamaica PetitionPresentation of Petition by Lord Brougham 106
599
The Nelson ColumnQuestion of Mr Laurie
601
Church RatesMotion of Mr Walpole for leave to bring in a BillMotion
653
SupplyResolution reported
655
Lunatic Poor Ireland Bill Bill read 2 Moved that the House resolve itself
671
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 8
675
The New Territories in India Question of Mr Kinnaird
691
Reports of Inspectors of EducationMotion of Mr W Cowper for an Address
713
ManslaughterBail upon Coroners InquisitionMotion of Mr Adams for leave
731
Manor Courts c Ireland BillCommittee deferred till after the other Orders
743
Dilapidatious in Glebe HousesQuestion of Viscount Dungannon 168
755
Education in ScotlandQuestion of Sir William Dunbar
767
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tion of the Agricultural Statistics of Great BritainMotion negatived by
789
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833
Fishery Laws Ireland Question of Mr J D FitzGerald
1053
Fishery Laws IrelandQuestion of Mr J D FitzGerald 1054
1055
Appeal in Criminal Cases BillMotion of Mr McMahon for leave to bring in
1111
Endowed Schools No 2 Bill Motion of Mr Dillwyn for leave to bring in
1113
Newspapers c BillBill read
1157
Registers of Titles ScotlandQuestion of Mr Caird
1169
Registers of Titles ScotlandQuestion of Mr Caird 1170
1171
Colonial and Foreign Wood Motion of Mr Mitchell for a Repeal of the Duties
1189
Excisable Liquors ScotlandMotion of Viscount Melgund for a Select Com
1201
The West IndiesMotion of Mr Buxton for a Select Committee Motion
1219
County Courts Bill Motion of Sir Stafford Northcote for leave to bring in a Bill
1237
British ColumbiaQuestion of Sir William Dunbar
1271
uuestion of Mr H G Langton
1273
The Irish RepresentationQuestion of Mr Chichester Fortescue
1285
estion of Mr Chichester Fortescue
1287
Army EstimatesSupplyHouse in Committee
1309
MONDAY MARCH 7
1341
Sicoil
1347
Church Rates BillQuestion of Mr Vernon Smith
1351
Supply Report brought
1401
TUESDAY March 8
1415
74 AirA 1 WA 97
1427
Extension of the Capitation Grant to Schools ScotlandQuestion of
1471
The Charles et Georges Motion of Mr Kinglake for an AddressDebate
1565
THURSDAY March 10
1617
Military Organization Motion of Captain Vivian for a Select CommitteeMo
1643
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1685
Manor Courts IrelandCompensation c BillHouse in Committee
1687
Con of Petitions by Lord Brougham
744
Poor Relief Ireland Act Amendment BillHouse in Committee
Mr Maguire
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760
Question of Mr Berkeley
on Grant to Schools ScotlandQuestion of
ead 2
endment BillHouse in Committee

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Seite 655 - I, AB, do swear that I do from my heart abhor, detest, and abjure as impious and heretical, that damnable doctrine and position that princes excommunicated or deprived by the pope, or any authority of the see of Rome, may be deposed or murdered by their subjects, or any other whatsoever. And I do declare that no foreign prince, person, prelate, state, or potentate hath, or ought to have, any jurisdiction, power, superiority, preeminence, or authority, ecclesiastical or spiritual, within this realm...
Seite 657 - And I do hereby disclaim, disavow, and solemnly abjure any Intention to subvert the present Church Establishment as settled by Law within this Realm: And I do solemnly swear, That I never will exercise any Privilege to which I am or may become entitled, to disturb or weaken the Protestant Religion or Protestant Government in the United Kingdom...
Seite 653 - I do further declare that it is not an article of my faith, and that I do renounce, reject, and abjure the opinion that princes excommunicated...
Seite 653 - And I do solemnly in the presence of God profess, testify and declare, That I do make this Declaration and every part thereof in the plain and Ordinary Sense of the words read unto me, as they are commonly understood by English Protestants, without any Evasion, Equivocation or Mental Reservation whatsoever...
Seite 185 - I, the owner of the estate and the borrower of the money, must pay. Well, that is not all. Months or years after all this is completed, from circumstances I find I must sell my estate altogether. I find a person willing to become a purchaser. The intending purchaser says : " No doubt you thought this was a good title when you bought this estate, and no doubt this lender of money thought he had a very good security when he lent his money ; but you are now asking me to pay my money. I must be satisfied...
Seite 679 - I do swear, That I will defend to the utmost of my Power the Settlement of Property within this Realm, as established by the Laws: And I do hereby disclaim, disavow and solemnly abjure Any Intention to subvert the present Church Establishment as settled by Law within this Realm...
Seite 129 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to direct...
Seite 225 - ... The undersigned renounces all pretension on the part of the British government to visit and search American vessels in time of peace. Nor is it as American that such vessels are ever visited ; but it has been the invariable practice of the British navy, and, as the undersigned believes, of all navies in the world, to ascertain, by visit, the real nationality of merchant vessels met with on the high seas, if there be good reason to apprehend their illegal character.
Seite 855 - An Act further to amend the Laws relating to the Representation of the People in England and Wales.

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