The Mother of Parliaments

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Page 23 - Baring-Gould (S.). FURZE BLOOM. CHEAP JACK ZITA. KITTY ALONE. URITH. THE BROOM SQUIRE. IN THE ROAR OF THE SEA. NOEMI. A BOOK OF FAIRY TALES. Illustrated. LITTLE TU'PENNY. WINEFRED. THE FROBISHERS. THE QUEEN OF LOVE. ARMINELL. BLADYS OF THE STEWPONEY. CHRIS OF ALL SORTS. Barr (Robert). JENNIE BAXTER. IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS. THE COUNTESS TEKLA.. THE MUTABLE MANY. Benson (EF). DODO. THE VINTAGE. Bronte (Charlotte).
Page 12 - A LITTLE BOOK OF ENGLISH SONNETS. Smith (Horace and James). REJECTED ADDRESSES. Sterne (Laurence). A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY. Tennyson (Alfred, Lord).
Page 32 - Parliament, or the variation or repeal of any such charges ; supply ; the appropriation, receipt, custody, issue or audit of accounts of public money ; the raising or guarantee of any loan or the repayment thereof; or subordinate matters incidental to those subjects or any of them. In this subsection the expressions 'taxation', 'public money,' and 'loan' respectively do not include any taxation, money, or loan raised by local authorities or bodies for local purposes.
Page 24 - Russell (W. Clark). ABANDONED. A MARRIAGE AT SEA. MY DANISH SWEETHEART. HIS ISLAND PRINCESS. Sergeant (Adeline). THE MASTER OF BEECHWOOD.
Page 24 - Gilbert). THE POMP OF THE LAVILETTES. WHEN VALMOND CAME TO PONTIAC. THE TRAIL OF THE SWORD. Pemberton (Max). THE FOOTSTEPS OF A THRONE. I CROWN THEE KING. Phlllpotts (Eden). THE HUMAN BOY. CHILDREN OF THE MIST. THE POACHER'S WIFE. THE RIVER. 'Q
Page 32 - Lords, unless the House of Commons direct to the contrary, be presented to His Majesty and become an Act of Parliament on the Royal Assent being signified...
Page 127 - Sleep, Mr. Speaker : it's surely fair, If you don't in your bed, that you should in your chair : Longer and longer still they grow, Tory and Radical, Aye and No ; Talking by night and talking by day ; Sleep, Mr. Speaker ; sleep, sleep while you may.
Page 35 - That in future the House of Lords shall consist of Lords of Parliament : (a) chosen by the whole body of hereditary peers from among themselves and by nomination by the Crown ; (6) sitting by virtue of offices and of qualifications held by them ; (c) chosen from outside.
Page 23 - RICKERBY'S FOLLY. Gaskell (Mrs.). CRANFORD. MARY BARTON. NORTH AND SOUTH. Gerard (Dorothea). HOLY MATRIMONY. THE CONQUEST OF LONDON. MADE OF MONEY. Glsslng (G.). THE TOWN TRAVELLER. THE CROWN OF LIFE. Glanvllle (Ernest). THE INCA'S TREASURE. THE KLOOF BRIDE. Glelg (Charles). BUNTER'S CRUISE. Grimm • (The Brothers). GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES. Hope (Anthony).
Page 46 - Parliament is not a congress of ambassadors from different and hostile interests; which interests each must maintain, as an agent and advocate, against other agents and advocates; but Parliament is a deliberative assembly of one nation, with one interest, that of the whole; where, not local purposes, not local prejudices, ought to guide, but the general good, resulting from the general reason of the whole.

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