The Household Narrative of Current Events Volume 1-2

The Household Narrative of Current Events Volume 1-2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1858 edition. Excerpt: ...Sir C. "Wood's statement of proposed measure. 6th.--Income Tax Bill passed.--Government of India, adjourned debate. 7th.--No House. 8th.--Courts of Common Law (Ireland) in committee. 9th.--Government of India Bill read a first time.--Customs' Duties, resolutions agreed to.--Excise Duty on Spirits Bill in committee.--New "Writ for Clare. 10th.--Customs and Acts, resolutions agreed to and Bill ordered.--Succession Duty Bill read a second time.--Excise Duties on Spirits Bill and Customs' Duties on Spirits Bill! committed. 13th.--Succession Duty Bill, Sir John Pakington's motion negatived.--Savings' Banks Bill read a second time.--Excise Duties on Spirits Bill, amendments considered. 14th.--New "Writ for Harwich.--Mr. Berkeley's motion for leave to bring in a Bill for the Ballot, negatived. loth.--Elections Bill considered in committee.--Combination of Workmen Bill passed. 16th.--Mr. Keogh's Government Appointment discussions.--Succession Duty Bill considered m committee.--Soap Duties Bill read a first time.--Simony Law amendment bill read a first time. 17th.--Succession Duty Bill co-ddered in committee.--Excise Duties on Spirits Bill read-v third time.--New Writs for Durham and Peterborough. 20th.--Succession Duty Bill considered in committee.--Sheriffs Court Bill (Scotland) passed through committee.--Soap Duties Bill passed through committee. 21st.--Episcopal and Capitular Property, leave given the Marquis of Blandford to bring in a bill.--House counted out. 22nd.--Recovery of Personal Liberty Bill, motion for second reading negatived. 23rd.--Government of India Bill, Lord Stanley's amendment on question of second reading debated. The resignations by Messrs. Monsell, Keogh, and Sadleir of the offices held by them under government...show more

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  • Paperback | 398 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 21mm | 708g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236576659
  • 9781236576651