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ALL THE VOLUMES OF THE NEW SERIES OF THE
1863 to 1894
MAY BE HAD
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.
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Position of the Ministry—Mr. A. J. Balfour at Manchester—The National Liberal
Federation at Cardiff-Lord Rosebery's Address-Sir Wm. Harcourt at Derby
-Mr. Asquith at Hull-Mr. John Morley' at Newcastle-The New Labour
Party and the Miners' Federation–The Attitude of the Government-Meeting
of Parliament-Queen's Speech-Debate on the Address---Amendments in the
Commons by Mr. Jeffreys, Mr. J. Redmond, Mr. Chamberlain, The Colchester
Election-Indian Cotton Duties— Voluntary Schools-Mr. Chamberlain at
Stepney– The Church in Wales Bill-Bimetallism Debate-Factories Act
Amendment Bill—London County Council Election—The Irish Land Bill-
Extradition of Jabez Balfour-The Cost of Cyprus-Navy Estimates-Army
Estimates-Speaker's Retirement Announced - Second Reading of the Welsh
Church Bill—Lord Rosebery's Illness—East Bristol Election—The Vacancy
at Leamington—The Home Secretary at Cambridge-Payment of Members-
Egyptian Affairs-Home Rule all round-Irish Land Bill Read a Second
Time-The Local Control Bill—The Speaker's Retirement Election of Mr.
Factories Bill—The Charity Commission-Crofters Bill-Light Railways—One
Man, one Vote--Conciliation of Trade Disputes—Libels at Elections - The
Budget-The Coburg Annuity-The Leamington Vacancy and Unionist Dif-
ferences--Mr. Balfour thereon--The Welsh Church Bill in Committee-The
Irish and Welsh Parties—Crimes Act Repeal Bill-Scotch Grand Committee
-Lord Selborne's Claim to sit in the House of Commons-Divorce Act Amend.
ment Bill_Church Patronage Bill-Ministers at National Liberal Club-Bye.
Elections—Amateur Agricultural Legislation-Dr. Macgregor's Revolt-Lord
Salisbury at Bradford-Duke of Devonshire and Mr. Chamberlain at St. James's
Hall-Mr. Balfour at Westminster-Mr. Chamberlain at Birmingham-Mr.
Morley's Predictions—Uganda and the Mombasa Railway—The Vote for a
Cromwell Statue-Conservative Banquet to Liberal Unionist Leaders-Gloomy
Outlook for the Government-Withdrawal of Mr. Gladstone's Pair-Duke of
Cambridge's Retirement-New War Office Organisation-Deficiency of Cordite
- Defeat of the Government–Their Resignation-Lord Salisbury's Acceptance
of Office, Mr. Campbell-Bannerman's Seal-Lord Rosebery and the House of
Lords-Protest from the Duke of Argyll—The Policy of the New Govern.