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ment of exchequer bills.

„ 7. Suggests compromise for

settling church rate
question.

,, 12. Explains provisions of Re-
presentation of the
People bill.

5. At Liverpool replies to j
Mr. Lowe's criticisms of
the Reform bill

6. On reform at the amphi-
theatre, Liverpool.

12. Moves second reading of

Reform bill.
27. Closes debate on Earl Gtos-

venor's amendment to

Reform bill.
3. Introduces budget.

7. Brings in Redistribution of
Seats bill.

8. Brings in Compulsory



April



May



1866.

Church Rate Abolition
bill.

May 24. Explains provisions of Ter-
minable Annuities bill.

June 11. On the state of Europe;
Austro • Prussian ques-
tion, etc.
„ 15. Tribute to Mr. Hume,
„ 18. Moves second reading of

Church Rates bill.
,, 18. Opposes Lord Dunkellin's
amendment substituting
rateable for rental for
borough franchise.
,, 26. Announces resignation of
Lord Russell s govern-
ment.

July 16. On the Queen's Univer-
sities, Ireland.
, , 20. On the state of Europe and
the Italian policy of Lord
Palmerston'a govern-
ment.
,, 21. At inaugural meeting of
Cobden Club ; tribute to
work of Mr. Cobden.

Aug. 2. {Supports renewal of
Habeas Corpus Suspen-
sion Act

Sept. 7. At Salisbury in defence of
Reform bill and on Lord
Herbert.

Oct. to Jan. In Rome.



1867.



Jan.



Feb.



27. Speech in praise of free

trade at dinner of Society

of Political Economy,

Paris.

5. On the question of reform.

i, 11. On the government's in-
tention of proceeding by
way of resolutions.

,, 15. On the condition of Crete.

,, 27. Supports bill enabling
Koman catholics to hold
office of lord lieutenant
of Ireland.
March 18. Criticises provisions of the
Reform bill.

„ 20. On Church Rates Abolition
bill.

f , 21. Meeting of 278 liberal
members; advises agree-
ment to second reading
of Reform bilL

„ 21. On bill to repeal the
Ecclesiastical Titles Act

„ 26. Criticises Reform bill on
second reading.



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On England's share in the
defence of the colonies.

On Mr. Disraeli's financial
statement.

On abolition of religious
tests at Oxford.

Moves amendment making
personal payment of
rates not an essential
qualification for the
franchise.

Letter to Mr. R. W. Craw-
ford announcing inten-
tion not to attempt
f urtheralteration in basis
of borough franchise.

On right of public meeting !
in parks and open i
spaces.

On Irish church establish-
ment.

On 'compound house- I
holders. ' I

Receives deputation from I
National Reform Union i
to express confidence in i
his leadership. .

On Scotch Reform bill.

Defends policy of reduction '
of national debt.

On inconsistency of the
government on reform. ,

On Mr. Fawcett's Uni- !
formity Aot Amendment '
bill. I

On penalties for corrupt !
practices at elec- '
tions.

On late ministry's action
regarding Queen's Uni-
versities, Ireland.

On representation of Ire-
land.

On Mr. H. A. Bruce's
Education bill.

On Irish railways.

Opposes Lords' minority !
representation amend-
ment to Reform bill. |

'The Session and its
Sequel ' in Edinburgh '
Review.

On Abyssinian campaign
protests against terri-
torial aggrandizement.

On Abyssinian expedi-
tion.

On financial proposals to
meet expenses of Abys-
sinian war.



1867.

Dec. IS. At Oldham on national
prosperity and the con-
dition of Ireland. Opens
Mechanics Institute at
Werneth : on education.
Distributes prizes to
science and art students,
Oldham : on education,
machinery, and foreign
competition.
,, 19. At Ormskirk on Reform
bill. At Southport on
Fenianism and the con-
dition of Ireland.

1868.

' Phoenicia and Greece ' in
Quarterly.

At Hawarden on Sir
Walter Scott.

To Deputation from London
Trades Unions on labour
questions.

On Alabama claims.

Declares for disestablish-
ment of Irish church.

On Compulsory Church
Rates Abolition bill.

Gives notice of three re-
solutions on Irish church
establishment.

In support of his resolu-
tions.

Replies to Mr. Disraeli's
criticisms.

Replies to criticisms of
first resolution.

Protests against intention
to dissolve parlia-
ment.

Moves second and third re-
solutions on Irish church.

On Suspensory bill.

July 26. On proposal to
purchase the telegraph
system.
„ 25. Replies to Mr. Disraeli's
attack on foreign policy
of Lord Russell's min-
istry.
July 2. Seconds vote of thanks to
army on conclusion of
Abyssinian war.
,, 4. Presides at meeting of

Social Science Associa-
tion : on relations of
capital and labour.
„ 22. At Romsey on England's
duty to Ireland.



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1868.

Tribute to memory of Lord
Brougham.

At St. Helens on disestab-
lishment of Irish church.

Issues election address to
S.-W. Lancashire.

At Warrington on re-
trenchment of public
expenditure ana the
Irish church.

At Liverpool on tory Re-
form bill, and Irish
church.

At Old Swan, Liverpool,
on conservative party as
party of monopoly.

At Newton criticises pro-
posalsforreforming Irish
church.

At Leigh on retrenchment
and Ireland.

At Ormskirk on English
and Irish church estab-
lishments. AtSouthport
on finance and Ireland.

At Wigan on Irish church.

At Bootle replies to per-
sonal calumnies, and on
ritualism.

At Garston on condition of
conservative party. At
Wavertree on Irish
church.

At Widnes on national
expenditure. At St.
Helens on Ireland.

Elected for Greenwich,
—Salomons, 6645; Glad-
stone, 6351 ; Parker,
4661 ; Mahon, 4342.

At Preston on Irish church .

A Chapter of Autobio-
graphy published.

Defeated in S.-W. Lanca-
shire,— Cross, 7729 ;
Turner, 7676 ; Gladstone,
7415 ; Grenfell, 6939.

First ministry formed.

Returned unopposed for
Greenwich : on the
liberal programme.

Articles on Ecce /Tomopub-
lished volume form.

1869.

Feb. 11. At Fishmongers' hall on
work before liberal
government.

March 1. Introduces bill for dis-



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1869.

establishment of Irish
church.

March 23. Closes debate on second
reading of Irish Church
bilL

April 15. Replies to criticisms of
Irish Church bilL

May 31. On third reading of Irish
Church bill.

June 29. Defends change of opinion
on university tests.

July 15, 16. Moves rejection of Lords'
amendments to Irish
Church bill.
„ 20. Supports Mr. Chambers's
Marriage with a De-
ceased Wife's Sister bill
,, 23. Moves to agree to final
amendments of Lords.

Aug. 5. Explains Bishops' Resigna-
tion bill.
Publishes Juvenlus MundL
The Gods and Men of
the Heroic Age.

1870.

On condition of Ireland.
Brings in Irish Land bill.
On state-aided emigration

to British colonies.
On second reading of Irish

Land bill.
On Elementary Education

bill.
On Peace Preservation

(Ireland) bilL
On position of Trinity

College, Dublin.
OpposeB Mr. Disraeli's

amendment to clause 3

of Irish Land bill.
Opposes payment of mem-

DGTB.

Moves for committee to
inquire into law regard-
ing corrupt practices.

,, 26. On his principles of colonial
policy.

,, 27. In support of Marriage
with a Deceased Wife's
Sister bill.
May 10. On Indian opium revenue.

,, 23. In support of University
Tests bill.

„ 24. Opposes motion in favour
of disestablishing church
of England in Wales.

„ 30. On third reading of Irish
Land bill.



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1872.

March 8. Defends appointment of
Mr. Harvey to Ewelme.
„ 19. Replies to Sir Charles
Dilke's motion for in-
quiry into Civil List.
„ 20, April 25. On University of
Dublin (Tests) bill.

April 12. On England's treaty obli-
gations for intervention
in affairs of foreign
states.
,, 26. On motion for extending
rural franchise.

May 2. On the demand for home
rule.
„ .13. On United States indirect

claims.
,, 14. At King's College, London,
in favour of positive re-
ligious teaching.

June 14. On denunciation by France
of treaty of com-
merce.
„ 25. On proposal to annex Fiji

Islands.
,, 28. On Lords' amendment to
Ballot bill making its
adoption optional.

July 2. Opposes inquiry into
revenues of church of
England.

Aug. 1. Pledges government to
bring in large measure
on local government and
taxation.

Nov. 14. At Middle Temple on legal
opposition to legal re-
forms and on arbitra-
tion.
„ 28. At American Thanksgiving
dinner on good under-
standing between Eng-
land and United States.

Dec. 3. At Society of Biblical
Archaeology on results
of excavations in the
East
,, 21. At Liverpool College on
unbelief.

1873.

Feb. 6. On Alabama award.

,, 13. Introduces Irish Univer-
sity bill.

,, 14. On resolution that treaties
with foreign powers be
submitted to House of
Commons.

,, 18. On Mr. Harcourt's motion



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1873.

that the rate of public
expenditure is excessive.

At Croydon on Irish Uni-
versity bill.

On relations between Eng-
land and the colonies.

On second reading of Irish
University bill.

Resignation of ministry.

Resumes office. Explains
history of crisis.

On the three rules of
Washington treaty.

On University Tests (Dub-
lin) bill

On proposal for state pur-
chase of Irish railways.

On German Emperor's
award on Canadian-
American boundary.

On resolution urging
dress of electoral
equalities.

On disestablishment
church of England.

On Alabama award
arbitration.

On international arbitra-
tion.

On Judicature bilL

At Hawarden on school
boards.

Presides at Welsh National
Eisteddfod at Mold : on
Welsh language.

Letter on * Evolution' in
Contemporary Review.

1874.



23. Issues election address.
28. Speech on Blaokheath
Common on issues before
the electors.
31. At Woolwich.

• The Shield of Achilles ' in
Contemporary Review.
2. Replies to Mr. Disraeli's

speeches at New Cross.
4. Re-elected for Green-
wich,— Boord (C), 6193;
Gladstone (L.), 5968;
Liardet (C.), 5561 ;
Langley (L.), 5255.
Resignation of ministry.
On the office of speaker.
Letter to Lord Granville

on leadership.
Defends the late dissolu-
tion.



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1874.

On Mr. Butt's Home Rule
motion.

On the Ashantee war.

On Sir S. Northcote's
budget.

On proposed vote of cen-
sure on late government
for dissolution.

« The Reply of Achilles to
the envoys of Agamem-
non ' in Contemporary
Review,

* Homer's place in history '
in Contemporary Review,

'The place of Homer in
history and in Egyptian
chronology * in Contem-
porary Review,

Opposes the Scotch Church
Patronage bill.

Opposes Public Worship
Regulation bill, explains
his Six Resolutions.

21, 24. Opposes Endowed
Schools Act Amendment
bill.

Protests against prema-
ture annexation of Fiji.

On Public Worship Regula-
tion bilL

Visits Dr. Ddllinger in
Munich.

' Ritualism and Ritual ' in
Contemporary Review.

Reviews Miss Yonge's
Life of Bishop Patteson
in Quarterly Review.

The Vatican Decrees in
their bearing on civil
allegiance : a political
expostulation.



1875.

Jan. * Speeches of Pope Pius ix. '

in Quarterly Review.
„ 13. Announces retirementfrom
leadership.

Feb. Vaticanism: an answer to

replies and reproofs.

March. Sells 11 Carlton House
Terrace.

April 21. Supports Burials bill.

May. * Life and Speeches of the

Prince Consort ' in Con-
temporary Review.
„ 5. In support of Irish Sunday

Closing bill.
„ 7. Criticises Sir S. North-
cote's budget.



,, 14,

Aug. 4.

Sept.7-25.
Oct.



Nov.



1875.

May 27. Criticises Savings Bank
bill.

June 8. On National Debt (Sinking
Fund) MIL

July. { Is the Church of England

worth Preserving?' in
Contemporary Review.

Sept. 9. Lays foundation-stone of
King's School, Chester ;
on English public schools. ■
At Hawarden on mental

culture.
' Italy and her Church ' in
Church Quarterly Re-
view.
distributes prizes to
science and art students
at Greenwich: on educa-
tion.
Latin translation of 'Art
thou weary, art thou
languid ? ' in Contem-
porary Review.



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Nov.

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11.



1876.

Feb. 8. On the Andrassy note and
the Crimean war.
„ 16. Presented with freedom of
Turner's Company: on
city companies.
,, 21. On purchase of Suez Canal
shares.
March. 'Homerology: I. Apollo'
in Contemporary Re-
view,
,, 6. On danger of future com-
plications in Egypt.
„ 9. On Royal Titles Bill
„ 23. In support of House of
Charity at annual meet-
ing in Soho.
On third reading of Royal
Titles bill.
April. * Homerology : II. Hippos,
the Horse. ILL Diph-
ros, the Chariot,' in Con-
temporary Review.
May 23. On city of London com-
panies. •
,, 31. Presides at dinner in

celebration 100th anni-
versary of publication of
Wealth of Motions.
June. 'Courses of Religious

Thought' in Contem-
porary Review.
* A Letter on Newman and
Wesley ' in Contem-
porary Review.



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Aug.



July. ' Homerology: IV. Athen^.

V. Aiolas,' in Contem-
porary Review.
' Lord Macaulay ' in Quar-
terly Review.
' Memoir of Norman Mac-
leod, D.D.,' in Church
Quarterly Review.
„ 6. Distributes prizes at King's

College : on knowledge.
,, 13. Distributes prizes at Lon-
don Hospital Medical
College : on medical
education.
On Turkish Loan of 1854.
Defends Crimean war and
European concert.
17. On cottage gardening at
Hawarden.
„ 19. Receives five hundred Lan-
cashire liberals at Ha-
warden.
Sept. 6. The Bulgarian Horrors
and the Question of the
East, published.
„ 9. OnBlackheath Common on
Bulgarian atrocities.
Nov. * Russian Policy and Deeds

in Turkestan' in Con-
temporary Review.
Dec. * The Hellenic Factor in the

Eastern Problem ' in
Contemporary Review.
Publishes, The Church of
England and Ritualism.
A Biographical Sketch of

Lord Lyttelton.
Homeric Synchronism: an
Inquiry into the Time
and place of Homer.



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31.



1877.

Jan. • Life of the Prince Con-

sort* in Church Quar-
terly Review.

„ 16. At Hawarden on the
Turks, the Greeks, and
the Slavs.

„ 22. At -Bath railway station
on Eastern Question.

,, 27. At Taunton railway station
on duty of England in
Near East.
Feb. 3. Address to boys of Marl-
borough College on value
of simple habits.

„ 8. On Eastern Question.

„ 16. Attacks government's
Turkish policy.



] 1877.

Feb. 28. In support of Servian Re-
lief Fund at Grosvenor
House.
March. ' On the influence of autho-
rity in matters of
opinion* in Nineteenth
Century.
Lessons in Massacre pub-
lished.

„ 22. On preaching at the City
Temple.

„ 23. Supports Mr. Fawcett's
resolution that Turkish
promises without guar-
antees are useless.
April 24. On a motion in favour of
an Irish parliament.

,, 30. Gives notice of five resolu-
tions — on the Eastern
Question.
May. 'Mentenegro: a sketch'

in Nineteenth Century.

„ 7. Moves first of his resolu-

tions.

„ 12. On ceramic art at the
Cymmodorian Society,
London Institution.

,, 14. Closes debate on his first
resolution.

„ 31. At Birmingham on the
Eastern Question.
June 1. At Bristol Street Board
School, Birmingham, on
Ireland and Irish repre-
sentatives. Presented
with address by the
City : on municipal
life.

,, 4. Supports amendment to

Universities bill, provid-
ing that holy orders shall
not be a condition of
holding any headship
or fellowship.

„ 30. Opens Caxton Exhibition :
on the work of Caxton.
July. * Rejoinder on authority in

matters of opinion' in
Nineteenth Century.
• Piracy in Borneo and the
Operations of July 1849 '
in Contemporary Re-
view.

„ 13. At Plymouth and Exeter
on liberal party and
Eastern Question.

,, 16. On behalf of Bosnian re-
fugees atWillis'sBooms.

,, 20. On Irish demand for par-
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1877.

Aug. * Aggression on Egypt and

Freedom in the East ' in
Nineteenth Century,

„ 4, 18, 20. Receives deputa-

tions of 5*200 liberals at
Hawarden on Eastern
Question.
Sept. 19. At Hawarden Grammar
School on education.

„ 27. At University College,
Nottingham, on higher
education. At Alex-
andra Hall on Eastern
Question.
Oct. • The colour sense ' in Nine-

teentk Century.
'The Dominions of the
Odysseus and the island
group of the Odyssey*
in Macmillaris Maga-
zine.

„ 17. Visits Ireland.
Nov. 'The County Franchise

and Mr. Lowe thereon'
in Nineteenth Cen-
tury.

„ 7. Presented with freedom of

Dublin: on Irish Ques-
tions. Entertained at
luncheon by corporation
of Dublin: on Irish
municipalities.

„ 12. At Holyhead on Eastern
Question.

„ 15. Elected Rector of Glasgow
University, — Mr. Glad-
stone, 1153 ; Sir Stafford
Northcote, 609.

,, 23. At Hawarden on Rus-
sians, Turks, and Bul-
garians.

1878.

Jan. 'The Life of the Prince

Consort ' in Church
Quarterly Review. 'Last
words on the County
Franchise ' in Nineteenth
Century.

„ 17. Comments on Sir S. North-
cote's explanation of the
government's Eastern
policy.

„ 30. At Corn Exchange, Oxford,
on the vote of credit for
six millions. At Palmer-
ston Club dinner on Can-
ning, Palmerston, and
liberal party.



1878.

Feb. ' The Peace to Come ' in

Nineteenth Century.

,, 4. On Mr. Forster's amend-

ment against vote of
credit.
March. ' The Paths of Honour and
of Shame ' in Nineteenth
Century.

„ 19. On Indian press law.

„ 23. Receives deputation of
Greenwich liberals : on
unpopularity of economy
in public expendi-
ture.

,, 28. To deputation from Leeds
on the Eastern Question.
April. 'The Iris of Homer: and

the relation of Genesis
ix. 11-17 ' in Contempor-
ary Review.

,, 1. Supports Irish Sunday

Closing bill.

„ 2. On Vaccination Law (Pen-

alties) bilL

,, 5. On government and the
Berlin Congress.

,, 8. On government's Eastern

policy in debate on
calling out army re-
serves.

,, 18. At Memorial Hall on
Eastern Question at con-
ference of 400 London
nonconformistministers.
May 21. Protests against use of
Indian troops in Europe
without consent of par-
liament.

„ 23. Receives deputation of
Scotch Presbyterian
ministers: on the Eastern
Question.

,, 27. Protests against despatch
of Indian contingent to
Malta.
June. ' Liberty in the East and
West' in Nineteenth
Century.

„ 13. On treaties of 1856 and
1871.

,, 18. On a motion to appoint
select committee on
Scotch Church Patron-
age act, 1874.
July. Contributes paper to sym-

posium, — 'Is the popular
judgmentofpoliticsmore
just than that of the
higher orders ? ' in Nine-
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1878.

On Homer at Eton.

In London on spendthrift
administration of
charity.

Supports Irish Intermedi-
ate Education bill.

At Bermondsey on Anglo -
Turkish convention.

Moves address that pro-
ceedings under Indian
Vernacular Press Act
be reported to parlia-
ment.

Criticises action of British
plenipotentiaries at Ber-
lin Congress.

Criticises Sir S. North-
cote's finance.

On art-labour at Hawar-
den.

' England's Mission ' in
Nineteenth Century.

'The Sixteenth Century
arraigned before the
Nineteenth : a Study
on the Reformation '
in Contemporary Re-
view.

Visits Isle of Man.

At Rhyl on the political
situation.

' Electoral Facts' in Nine-
teenth Century.

At Buckley on books.

At Greenwich on liberal
organisation. At Wool-
wich on Afghan war.

On Afghan war and
policy.

Protests against charging
Indian revenues with
expenses of Afghan
war.

Publishes a Literary
Primer on Homer.

1879.

'The Friends and Foes of

Russia ' in Nineteenth

Century.
At Ha warden on Life and

Labours of Dr. Hook.
* On Epithets of Movement

in Homer ' in Nineteenth

Century.
At Mentmore on liberal

party and foreign policy.
On increase in national

expenditure.



1879.

May. ' Probability as the Guide

of Conduct' in Nine-
teenth Century.
„ 2. In favour of enabling Irish

tenants to purchase their
holdings.
,, 5. In explanation and defence
of his financial policy in
1860.
,, 13. Opposes resolution protest-
ing against go vera meat's
abuse of prerogative of
the crown.
,, 19. On church home missions
at Willis's Rooms.
June. ' Greece and the Treaty of

Berlin * in Nineteenth
Century.
,, 11. On education at Mill Hill

School.
,, 12. On financial condition of

India.
,, 14. On tendency of political
life to mar a literary
career at Savage Club.
,, 20. On condition of Cyprus
under English admini-
stration.
,, 24. Letter to Principal Rainy
on Scotch disestablish-
ment.
July. 'The Evangelical Move*

\ ment, its Parentage,

| Progress, and Issue'

j in British Quarterly

J Review.

,, 5. On Homer at Eton College.
I ,, 22. On unfulfilled stipulations
I of Berlin treaty.

I Aug. ' The Country and the

I Government* in Nine-

I teenth Century.

| „ 11. Opens Fine Art Exhibi-
I tion, Chester: on art and

I manufacture.

,, 19. At Chester on govern-
ment's foreign policy.
„ 21. At St. Pancras workhouse.
,, 28. At Hawarden on garden
cultivation.
Sept. 14 Oct. 21. TravellinginBavaria

and Italy.
Oct. 'The Olympian System

versus tne Solar Theory '
in Nineteenth Century.
Nov. 3. To students at Wellington
College on knowledge.
,, 25. At Music Hall, Edinburgh,
on issues before the
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1879.

Nov. 26. At Dalkeith on domestic
questions.
,, 27. At West Calder on right
principles of foreign
policy.
,, 29. At Edinburgh on tory
finance. In Waverley
Market on Balkan princi-
palities.

Dec 5. Inaugural address at Glas-
gow University. In St.
Andrew's Hall on gov-
ernment's European, In-
dian, and South African
policies.
PubliaheaGleaninga of Past
Years, 1843-79, in seven
volumes.

1880.

Feb. * Free trade, railways and

thegrowth of commerce/
in Nineteenth Century,

,, 27. At St. Pancras on ob-
struction, liberal unity
and errors of govern-
ment.

,, 27. On rules dealing with ob-
struction.
March. 'Russia and England' in
Nineteenth Century,

„ 5. On motion in favour of
local option.

,, 11. Issues address to electors
of Midlothian.

,, 15. Criticises budget.

„ 17. At Music Hall, Edin-
burgh, on government's
eastern policy.

„ 18. At Corstorphine on Anglo-
Turkish convention.

,, 18. At Ratho on neglect of
domestic legislation.

,, 19. At Davidson's Mains on
indictment of the gov-
ernment. At Dalkeith
on the government and
class interests.

,, 20. At Juniper Green, and at
Balerno, replies to tory
criticism of liberal
party. At Midcalder
on abridgment of rights
of parliament.

,, 22. At Gilmerton on church
disestablishment. At
Loanhead on the eastern
policy of liberal and tory
parties.

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1880.

March 23. At Gorebridge and at
Pathhead.

„ 25. At Penicuik on Cyprus.

,, 30. At Stow on finance.
April. 'Religion, Achaian and

Semitic,' in Nineteenth
Century,

„ 2. At West Calder on liberal

record and shortcomings
of the government.



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