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Sida 11 - 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...
Sida 225 - That a select committee be appointed, to whom shall be referred all petitions presented to the House with the exception of such as relate to private bills ; and that such committee do classify and prepare abstracts of the same, in such form and manner as shall appear to them best suited to convey to the house all requisite information respecting their contents...
Sida 21 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to...
Sida 53 - They have been framed with a due regard to prudent economy and to the efficiency of the public service. MY LORDS AND GENTLEMEN: Her Majesty commands us to inform you that...
Sida 53 - "We are commanded to assure you that Her Majesty has great satisfaction in recurring again to the advice and assistance of her Parliament. " The negotiations in which the Emperor of Austria and the King of Prussia were engaged with the King of Denmark were brought to a conclusion by a Treaty of Peace ; and the communications which Her Majesty receives from foreign Powers lead her to entertain a well-founded hope that no renewed disturbance of the peace of Europe is to be apprehended.
Sida 793 - It would be impossible for language to convey an idea of the state of distress to which the ejected tenantry have been reduced, or of the disease, misery, and even vice, which they have propagated in the towns wherein they have settled ; so that not only they who have been ejected have been rendered miserable, but they have carried with them and propagated that misery.
Sida 53 - THE Civil War in North America still unhappily continues. Her Majesty remains steadfastly neutral between the contending Parties, and would rejoice at a friendly Reconciliation between them. " A JAPANESE Daimio in Rebellion against his Sovereign infringed the Rights accorded by Treaty to Great Britain and to certain other Powers; and the Japanese Government having failed to compel him to desist from his lawless Proceedings, the Diplomatic Agents and the Naval Commanders of G-reat Britain, France,...
Sida 31 - I shall propose to the committee is, that the chairman be directed to move the House that leave be given to bring in a bill to put an end to the Established Church in Ireland, and to make provision in respect of the temporalities thereof, and in respect of the Royal College of Maynooth.
Sida 53 - Majesty remains steadfastly neutral between the contending parties, and would rejoice at a friendly reconciliation between them. A Japanese Daimio, in rebellion against his Sovereign, infringed the rights accorded by treaty to Great Britain, and to certain other Powers ; and the Japanese Government having failed to compel him to desist from his lawless proceedings, the Diplomatic Agents and the naval commanders of Great Britain, France, the Netherlands, and the United States of North America, undertook...
Sida 327 - In the event of such revision or material alteration as mentioned in the last foregoing article, it shall not be lawful to take any action thereon until the same shall have been submitted to Parliament, and laid on the table of both Houses for at least one calendar month.