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colonisation of New
Zealand.
July 10. Moves for a commission
on grievances of Cape
colonists.
„ U*and 23. Opposes the appoint-
ment of dissenting chap-
lains in prisons.
„ 27. A member of committee

on Scotch education.

„ 30. Opposes grant to May-

nooth College.

Aug. Visits the continent. Oct.

in Sicily ; Dec in Rome.

Dec. The Church in iU Relations

with the State, published.

1839.
Jan. 31. Returns to England.
Apr. 15. Withdraws from Lincoln's

Inn.
May 6. Opposes Suspension of the

Jamaica constitution.
June 10. Opposes bill for temporary

government of Jamaica.
„ 20. Criticises the proposal for

a board of education.
July 25. Married to Miss Catherine

Glynne at Ha warden.

1840.
Mar. 30- April 4. Examiner at Eton
for Newcastle scholar-
ship.
April 8. Denounces traffic in opium
and Chinese war.
,, 8. A member of committee
on opium question.



1840.
May 29. In support of Government

of Canada bill.
June 3. Eldest son, William Henry,
born.
„ 15. On Canadian Clergy Re-
serves bilL
,, 25. On sugar duties.
„ 29, July 20. Opposes Ecclesi-
astical Revenues bill.
July 9. A member of select com-
mittee on colonisation
of New Zealand.
„ 27. Denounces traffic in opium.
Sept. 18. Speaks at Liverpool on

religious education.
Nov. Church Principles con-

sidered in their Results,
published.

1841.

Jan. 20. Onthecornlaw8 at Walsall.

March 31. Proposes rejection of bill
admitting Jews to cor-
porate office.

April. Revised edition of The
Church in its Relations
with the State, published.

May 10. Opposes reduction of duty
on foreign sugar.

July 29. Re-elected for Newark,—
Mr. Gladstone, 633 ;
Lord John Manners,
630; Mr. Hobhouse, 394.

Sept. 3. Appointed vice-president
of the board of trade.

„ 14. Returned unopposed for

Newark.

1842.
Feb. 8. Proposes colonial trade
resolutions, and brings
in bill for better regula-
tion of railways.
„ 14. Replies to Lord J. Russell's
condemnation of govern-
ment's proposals for
amending corn law.
„ 25. Opposes Mr. Christopher's
' sliding scale amendment.
March 9. On second reading of corn

law importation bill.
April 15. On Colonial Customs

Duties bilL
May 13. On preferential duties for
colonial goods.
„ 23. On importation of live
cattle.
June 3. On sugar duties.

„ 14. On export duty on coal.
Sept. 18. Loses finger of left hand
in gun accident.



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1843.

Jan. Anonymous article, " The

Course of Commercial
Policy at Home and
Abroad/' in Foreign and
Colonial Quarterly He-
view.
„ 6. Inaugural address at
opening of Collegiate
Institute, Liverpool

Feb. 13. Replies to Viscount How-
iok on the corn law.

April 25. Opposes Mr. Ricardo's
motion for immediate
free trade.

May 9. Opposes Mr. Villier's
motion for the imme-
diate abolition of corn
laws.
,, 15. Attends first oabinet as
president of the board
of trade.
„ 19. Supports bill reducing
duty on Canadian corn.

June 13. Opposes Lord J. Russell's
motion for fixed duty on
imported corn.

Aug. 10. Moves second reading of
bill legalising exporta-
tion of machinery.

Oct. 'Present Aspects of the

Church ' in Foreign and
Colonial Review,

1844.
Feb. 5. Moves for select committee

on railways.
March 4. On recommendations of
committee on railways.

„ 7. On slave trade and com-
mercial relations with
Brazil.

„ 12. Replies to Mr. Cobden's
speech on his motion
for committee on pro-
tective duties.

,, 19. On reciprocity in com-
mercial treaties.

„ 26. Opposes motion to extend
low duty on Canadian
corn to oolonial wheat.
April. 'On Lord John Russell's
Translation of the Fran-
ceses da Rimini, 1 in the
English Review.

,, 2. Outlines provisions of
Joint Stock Companies
Regulation bill.

,, 4. Second son, Stephen Ed-
ward, born.
May 18. Presides at Eton anniver-
sary dinner.



Dec.



Jan.
Feb.



1844.
June 3. On sugar duties bilL
„ 6. In support of Dissenten'

Chapels bilL
„ 25. Opposes Mr. Vffliers's
motion for abolition of
corn laws.
July. Review of 'Ellen Middle-

ton,' in English Review.
„ 8. On second reading of Rail-
ways bill.
Aug. 5. Introduces three bills for
regulating private bill
procedure.
Oot. 'The Theses of Erastus

and the Scottish Church
Establishment' in the
New Quarterly Review.
On Mr. Ward's 'Ideal
Church,' in Quarterly
Review,

1845.

28. Retires from cabinet.
4. Personal explanation.
24. In favour of discriminating
duties on sugar.
,, 26. Defends distinction be-
tween free-labour and
slave-labour sugar.
March. Remarks upon recent
Commercial Legislation
published.
April 11. On second reading of May-

nooth College bill.
June. Review of 'Life of Mr.

Blanco White,* in Quar-
terly.
„ 2. Supports Academical In-
stitutions (Ireland) bill.
July 15. On Spanish treaties and

slave-labour sugar.
Sept. 25-Nov. 18. Visits Germany.
Dec. ' Scotch Ecclesiastical Af-

fairs,' in the Quarterly.
„ 23. Colonial secretary.

Publishes, A Manual of
Prayers from the
Liturgy, Arranged for
Family Use.

1846.
Jan. 5. Retires from the repre-
sentation of Newark.

1847.
June ' From Oxford to Rome ' in

the Quarterly.
,, 7. Captain Gladstone defends
his brother's action in
recalling Sir Eardley
Wilmot.



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1847.

Aug. 3. Elected for Oxford Uni- j May 10,

versity,— Sir R. Inglis,

1700 ; W. E. Gladstone,

997 ; Mr. Round, 824.
Sept. On Lachmann's *Ilias' in

the Quarterly. June

Dec. 8. Supports Roman Catholic

Relief bill.
„ 13. On government of New

Zealand.
,, 16. In favour of admission of I

Jews to parliament.



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14.



1848.

Feb. 9 and 14. On New Zealand Govern-
ment bill.
, , 16. On Roman Catholic Relief
bill.
March 10. On recent commercial

changes.
April 3. On repeal of Navigation
laws, criticising govern-
ment's proposal
,, 4. On episcopal revenues.
,, 10. Serves as special constable.
,, 22. Moves address to the Queen
at vestry of St. Martin's-
in-the Fields.
May 16. In favour of increasing
usefulness of cathedrals.
„ 23. Replies to Lord G. Ben-
tinck on free trade.
June 2. In favour of freedom of
navigation.
,, 22. Opposes reduction of sugar
duties.
Aug. 17. In favour of legalising
diplomatic relations with
the Vatican.
„ 18. On Vancouver's Island,
and free colonisation.
Dec. On the Duke of Argyll's

Presbytery Examined in
the Quarterly.

1849.

Feb. 19. On revision of parliamen-
tary oaths.
„ 22, May 2. In favour of Clergy
Relief bill.
March 8. On transportation of con-
victs.
,, 12. On Navigation laws.
„ 13. On church rates.
,, 27. In favour of scientific
colonisation at St. Mar-
tin's-in-the Fields.
April 16. On colonial administra-
tion.

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1849.

Defends right of parlia-
ment to interfere in
colonial affairs.

In favour of better govern-
ment of colonies.

On Australian Colonies
bill.

Protests against compen-
sating Canadian rebels.
20. Opposes bill legalising
marriage with deceased
wife's sister.
26. Explains views on colonial
questions and policy.

Moves for inquiry into
powers of Hudson Bay
Company.
13- Aug. 9. VisitsItaly:Rome,
Maples, Como.

'The Clergy Relief BUI'
in Quarterly.

1850.

In favour of double cham-
ber constitutions for
colonies.

On causes of agricultural
distress, in support of
Mr. Disraeli's motion.

' Giacomo Leopardi ' in the
Quarterly.

On suppression of slave
trade.

On principles of colonial
policy.

Death of his daughter,
Catherine Jessy.

In favour of colonial self-
government, and ecclesi-
astical constitution for
church in Australia.

Moves that Australian
Government bill be sub-
mitted to colonists.

In favour of differential
sugar duties.

Letter to Bishop of Lon-
don : Remarks an the
Royal Supremacy.

Attacks Lord Palmer-
ston's foreign policy in
Don Pacifico debate.

On death of Sir R. Peel.

Criticises Ecclesiastical
Commission bill.

Explains plan for creation
of new bishoprics.

Opposes commission of
inquiry into English and
Irish universities.

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Aug. 1. 'Last earnest protest*
against Australian Col-
onies Government bill.

Oct. 26. Leaves England for
Naples.

1851.

Feb. 26. Returns to England from

Naples. Declines Lord

Stanley's invitation to

join his government.

March 25. Opposes Ecclesiastical

Titles Assumption bill.
April 11. On financial plans to re-
lieve agricultural dis-
tress.
„ 15. Opposes appointment of
committee on relations
with Kaffir tribes.

On grievances of inhabi-
tants of Ceylon.

Opposes Inhabited House
Duty bill.

Protests against Ecclesi-
astical Titles bill.

On Raj ah Brooke's methods
of suppressing piracy.

On discipline in colonial
churoh.

„ Publishes two letters to

Lord Aberdeen on Nea-
politan misgovernment.
Dec 7. Death of Sir John Glad-
stone at Fasque.
„ Letter to Dr. Skinner,

Bishop of Aberdeen, On
the functions of laymen
in the Church,

Translation of Farini's
The Roman State, 1815
to 1850, vols. i. and ii.
published.

1852.

Jan. 29. Publishes An examination
of the Official Reply of
the Neapolitan Govern- j
ment.

Feb. 20. Brings in Colonial Bishops

March 15. On free trade.
April. On Farini's ' Stato Romano, '
in Edinburgh Review.
„ 2. Third son, Henry Neville,

born.
,, 5. Protests against policy of

Kaffir war.
,, 28. Moves second reading of
Colonial Bishops bill.



1852.

April 30. On Mr. Disraeli's budget

statement.
May 10. Proposes rejection of bill
to assign disenfranchised
seats of St. Albans and
Sudbury.
,, 11. In favour of select com-
mittee on education at
Maynooth College.
„ 12. On paper duty.
„ 21. On New Zealand Govern-
ment bill.
June 8 and 10. Defends action of
Bishop of Bath and Wells
in the case of Frome
vicarage.
„ 23. Brings in bill to amend
colonial church laws.
July 14. Re-elected for Oxford
University, — Sir R.
Inglis, 1368; W. E. Glad-
stone, 1108; Dr. Mar-
sham, 758.
Nov. 11,25. In defence of principles of
free trade.
„ 26. Defends Sir R. Peel's free
trade policy.
'Count Montalembert on
Catholic Interests in the
Nineteenth Century' in
the Quarterly.
Attacks government's in-

oome-tax proposals.
Replies to Mr. Disraeli's
speech in defence of his
budget proposals.
Appointed chancellor of
the exchequer.



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23.



1853.

Jan. 20. Re-elected for Oxford
University, — W. E.
Gladstone 1022 ; Mr.
Perceval, 898.
March 3. Speech on Mr. Hume's
motion for repeal of all
protective import duties.

,, 4 and 18. On Clergy reserves
(Canada) bilL

, , 28. At Mansion House banquet,
on public opinion and
public finance.
April 4. On government's proposal
to improve education in
England and Wales.

„ 8. Explains nature of pro-
posals for conversion of
portion of national debt.

,, 8. On Irish taxation.



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1853.

April 14. Opposes motion for repeal
of advertisement duty,
newspaper stamp tax,
and paper duty on finan-
cial grounds.
,, 18. Introduces his first budget.
„ 22. Defends South Sea com-
mutation bill.

May 9. Opposes amendment, in the
interest of property, to
income-tax.
,, 12. Explains changes proposed

in succession duties.
,, 23. On taxation of Ireland.

June 13. Moves second reading of
Savings Bank bill ; and
July 21.

July 1. Proposes reduction of ad-
vertisement duty to six-
pence.
,, 29. On South Sea Annuities.

Aug. 3. On Colonial Church Regu-
lation bill.

Sept. 27. At Dingwall and Inverness,
on results of free trade
and evils of war.

Oct. 12. Tribute to memory of Sir
R. Peel at unveiling of
statue at Manchester.
At town hall on Russo-
Turkish question.

1854.

Jan. 7. Fourth son, Herbert John,

born.
Maroh 6. Introduces budget.

„ 17. In support of Oxford
University bill.

,, 21. Replies to Mr. Disraeli's
attack on his financial
schemes.

„ 25. At Mansion House banquet
on war and finance.
April 7. On second reading of
Oxford University
bill.

,, 11. Statement on public ex-
penditure and income.
May 8. Introduces war budget.

„ 22. Defends resolution em-
powering government to
issue two millions of ex-
chequer bonds against
criticism of Mr. Disraeli.

,, 25. On second reading of bill
for revision of parlia-
mentary oaths.

„ 29. On withdrawal of Bribery
Prevention bills.



1854.

June 2. Explains provisions of
Revenue and Consoli-
dated Fund Charges bill

,, 21. On proposal to abolish
church rates.

,, 29. Brings in bill for repeal of
usury laws.
Dec. 13. On the Crimean war.

„ 2. Moves resolution for regu-
lation of interest on Sav-
ings Bank deposits.

1855.
Jan. 29. Opposes Mr. Roebuck's

motion.
Feb. 5. Explainsreasonsfor govern-
ment's resignation.
„ 22. Withdraws from cabinet.
„ 23. Explains reasons.
March 19. Explains methods adopted
to meet war expenditure.
„ 19. In favour of free press.
„ 26. Defends government of
Sardinia in debate on
military convention.
April 20. Criticises budget of Sir
G. C. Lewis.
„ 26. On principles of taxation.
„ 30. Criticises government Loan
bill.
May 9. Opposes bill for amend-
ment of marriage law.
„ 21. Moves adjournment of
debate to discuss Vienna
conferences.
,, 24. On prosecution of the war.
June. 'Sardinia and Rome,' in

Quarterly.
„ 15. On civil service reform.
,, 15. Statement as to Aberdeen
government, and terms
of peace.
July 10. In favour of open admis-
sion to civil service.
„ 20, 23, and 27. Protests against
the system of subsidies,
on the guarantee of
Turkish loan.
Aug. 3. On Vienna negotiations.
Oct. 12. Lecture on Colonial Policy

at Hawarden.
Nov. 12. Lecture on Colonies at
Chester.

1856.

Feb. 29. On report of Crimean
commissioners.

April 11. Condemns government pro-
posals for national edu-
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1856.

On civil service reform.

On treaty of peace.

Criticises budget.

On differences with the
United States govern-
ment on recruiting for
the British army.

Criticises County Courts
Amendment bill.

Strongly
Bishops
and Durham Retirement
bill.

* The War and the Peace '

in Gentleman 1 8 Magazine.

* The Declining Efficiency

of Parliament* in the
Quarterly.
At town hall, Mold, in
support of Foreign Mis-
sionary Society; in the
evening at Collegiate
Institution, Liverpool,
for Society for Propaga-
tion of the Gospel.

1857.

' Homer and His Successors
in Epic Poetry,' and
' Prospects Political and
Financial ' in Quarterly.
, At Stepney, on duty of
rich to poor.

Criticises government's
foreign policy and finan-
cial measures.

In support of motion to
appointcommitteeon the
Hudson Bay Company.
Nominated member of
the committee.

Condemns budget of Sir
G. C. Lewis.

Supports Mr. Cobden's re-
solution on China.

Proposes reduction of tea
duty, and condemns Sir
G. C. Lewis's financial
proposals.

Moves resolution in favour
of revising and reducing
expenditure.

Returned unopposed for
Oxford University.

' The New Parliament and
its Work ' in Quarterly.

Speaks at Oxford at in-
auguration of Diocesan
Spiritual Help Society.



1857.

July. « The Bill for Divorce,' and

* Homeric Characters In
and Out of Homer' in
Quarterly.

, , 9. At Glen almond College on
Christian and classical
education.

,, 16. On the Persian war.

„ 17. Denounces war with China.

„ 21. On Lord J. Russell's Oaths
Validity Act Amend-
ment buL

,, 22, Aug. 4. Criticises and moves
amendments to Burials
Act Amendment bill.

„ 24. Explains strong objections
to Divorce and Matri-
monial Causes bill.

,, 29. Opposes Superannuation
Act Amendment bill.

,, 31. Opposes second reading of
the Divorce bill.
Aug. 7. Protests against unequal
treatment of men and
women in Divorce bilL

„ 12. Supports continuance of
tea and sugar duties.

„ 14. On Balkan Principalities.

„ 14. Personal explanation re-
garding his connection
with Lord Lincoln's
divorce.
Oct. 12. At Chester, on duty of
England to India.

,, 22. At Liverpool, urging closer
connection between the
great manufacturing
towns and the univer-
sities.
Dec 4 and 7. Criticises the Bank
Issues Indemnity bill.

„ 9. Protests against proposal
to increase pension of
Sir Henry Havelock.

,, 11. On appointment of select
committee on Bank Act.



1858.

Feb. 19. Opposes Conspiracy to
Murder bill.

March. Studies in Homer and
the Homeric Age pub-
lished.

April. « The Fall of the Late Min-
istry ' in Quarterly.
,, 19. On Mr. Disraeli's budget

statement.
„ 21, June 8. CriticiaesChurch Rates
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1858.

26 and 30. On proposals for
government of India.
3. On financial condition of
the country.

3, June 7, 14, 17, and July 1.

On government of India.

4. Moves address on Danubian

Principalities.
21. Defends Lord Canning in
debate on the Oude Pro-
clamation.

1. On the Suez Canal, con-
demning English inter-
ference with the project.
28. SupportsFundedDebtbill.
1 and 5. Proposes additional
clause to Universities
(Scotland) bill facilitat-
ing the creation of a
national university.

6. Moves that the army of
India be not employed
beyond the frontiers of
India without permis-
sion of parliament.

19. On Government of British

Columbia bill.

20. On Hudson Bay Company.
•The Past and Present

Administrations ' in
Quarterly,
17. Address at Liverpool on
university extension.

8. Leaves England for Corfu,
on appointment as lord
high commissioner ex-
traordinary of the Ionian
Islands.

3. AddressesIonianAssembly.

1859.



12.



Presents new constitution
to Ionian Chamber of
Deputies.
Returned unopposed for
Oxford University.
March 8. Returns to London.
,, 29. On Representation of the
People bill.
April. ' The War in Italy * in the

Quarterly.
„ 18. On the state of Italy.
,, 29. Returned unopposed for
Oxford University.
June 17. Letter to the provost of
Oriel.
„ 20. Appointed chancellor of

the exchequer.
„ 22. Presides at annual dinner
of Royal Literary Fund.



1859.

July 1. Re-elected for Oxford
University, — Mr. Glad-
stone, 1050; Marquis of
Chandos, 859.

„ 12. Supports bill enabling
Roman Catholics to hold
office of chancellor of
Ireland.

„ 18. Introduces budget.

„ 21. Replies to Mr. Disraeli's
criticisms.
Aug. 8. In defence of government's
Italian policy,

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Nov.



Dec.

Jan.
Feb.



On ' Tennyson 8 Poems * in
Quarterly.
1. At Cambridge, in support
of Oxford and Cam-
bridge mission to Cen-
tral Africa.
12. Elected Lord Rector of
University of Edin-
burgh, — Mr. Gladstone,
643 ; Lord Neaves,
527.

' Nelda, a Romance/ trans-
lated from Grossi, in
Fraser's Magazine.



1860.



25.



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20.



Defends good understand-
ing with France.
Introduces budget.
Replies to criticisms on
commercial treaty.
„ 24. Defends his financial pro-
posals.
,, 27. Defends proposed reduc-
tion of duty on foreign
wines.
March 5. Explains objects of Savings
Banks bill.
Defends commercial

treaty.
On Paper Duty Repeal bilL
On Refreshment Houses
and Wine Licences bilL
April 16. Inaugural address before
University of Edinburgh
on the Work of Univer-
sities.
In support of Representa-
tion of the People bill.
8. On Paper Duty Repeal bill,
and 17. Protests against in-
terference of House of
Lords with supply bills.
6. Defends reduction of Cus-
toms Duty on paper.
8. At Chester on the volun-
teer movement.



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1861.

Feb. 8. Explains provisions of Post
Office Savings Bank bill.

„ 19. Opposes inquiry into in-
come-tax.

,, 21. Introduces Bank of Eng-
land Payments bill.

„ 27. Opposes bill for abolishing
church rates.
March 4. Explains provisions of Con-
solidated Fund and Ex-
chequer Bills Act.

„ 7. Defends the government's

Italian policy.

„ 14. On Chinese war expendi-
ture.
April 15. Introduces budget.

,, 29. Replies to criticisms on
financial proposals.
May 2. Moves continuance of tea
and sugar duties.

,, 6. Announces decision to em-

body all financial pro-
posals in a single bill.

„ 7. Defends his acts as lord

high commissioner of
Ionian Islands.
> and 30. On second reading of
Customs and Inland
Revenue bill



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July



12. Opposes third reading of
universities Elections
bill.
,, 19. Onmi8governmentofltaly.
Oct. 10. At Liverpool on the Pur-
suit of Science.
Nov. 27. At Willis's Room, London,
on the Christian aspect
of education.
Publishes Translations by
Lord Lyttelton and the
Right Hon. W. E. Glad-
stone.



1862.

Jan. 11. At Edinburgh on American
Civil War, and results
of French treaty.
April 3. Introduces budget.

,, 7. Replies to criticisms on

budget.

„ 10. Defends proposed brewers'
licences.

„ 11. Defends government's
Italian policy.

,, 23. At Manchester on value of
competitive examina-
tions and the death of
Prince Albert.

,, 24. At Manchester condemns



1862.

extravagance in public
expenditure.

May 8. Replies to criticisms of Sir
S. Northcote on his
financial proposals.
,, 13. Defends principles on
which income-tax is
levied.
,, 16. In favour of economy.

June 16. At Archbishop Tenison's
grammar school on
middle class education.

July 26. Pays tribute to Sir Hugh
Myddelton at inaugura-
tion of his statue on
Islington Green.

Aug. 1. Opposes Night Poaching
Prevention bill.

Sept. 24. On agriculture at Mold.

Oct. 7. At Newcastle-on-Tyne on
the American Civil War
and French treaty.
, , 8. Makes a tour of inspection

of the T yne.
,, 9. At Sunderland on govern-
ment's foreign policy.
At Middlesborough on
commercial and social
progress.
,, 10. At York on America and

Italy.
„ 22. At Wrexham on minor
railways.

Dec. 27. At Chester on distress in
Lancashire.

1863.
Jan. 5. At Hawarden on his visit

to Sicily, 1838.
Feb. 13. Explains pro visions of Post
Office Savings Bank bill
March 4. Supports Qualification for

Office Abolition bilL
April 15. Supports Burials bilL
,, 16. Introduces budget.
„ 23. Opposes levying income-
tax on precarious in-
comes at a lower scale
than on permanent.
May 4. Receives deputation pro-
testing against income-
tax on charity trust
funds. Defends the pro-
posal in debate.
,, 8. Defends government's

Italian policy.
,, 12. On condition of Ionian

Islands.
,, 29. On Turkey and her de-
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Oct. 18. Tribute to memory of the
Duke of Newcastle at
Shire Oaks, Notts.

Nov. 1. Presented with address by
Parliamentary Reform
Union, in trades hall,
Glasgow. Presented

with freedom of the city
in city hall : on increase
of commerce and de-
crease of wars. In Scotia
hall on results of free
trade, a cheap press, and
social legislation.
„ 3. Delivers valedictory ad-
dress before Edinburgh
University on ' The Place
of Ancient Greece in the
Providential Order of the
World.'



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Feb.



8. On the condition of Ireland.

9. Introduces bill to consoli-

date the duties of ex-
chequer and audit de-
partments.

,, 17. Defends suspension of
Habeas Corpus Act in
Ireland.

, , 22. Tribute to memory of Lord
Palmerston.

,, 23. On Fenian ism in America.

„ 26. On economy in public ex-
penditure.
March 2. Brings in bill consolidating
laws regulating the pre-
paration, issue, and pay-



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