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„ 5. Elected for Midlothian :

Mr. Gladstone, 1579;
Lord Dalkeith, 1368.

„ 7. Returns to Hawarden.

,, 28. {Second administration
formed.
May. Anonymous article, 'The

Conservative Collapse,'
in Fortnightly Review.

,, 8. Returned unopposed for

Midlothian.

„ 11. Publication of correspon-
dence with Count
Karolyi, Austrian am-
bassador.

,, 16. Receives deputation of
farmers on agricultural
reform.

„ 20. On government's Turkish
policy.

,, 21. Moves reference to com-
mittee of Mr. Brad-
iaugh's claim to take
his seat in parlia-
ment.

„ 25. On South African federa-
tion.
June 1. On government's policy
regarding Cyprus.

,, 10. Introduces supplementary
budget.

„ 16. On reduction of European
armaments.

„ 18. On resolution in favour
of local option. Moves
second reading of
Savings Banks bill.

„ 22. On Resolution that Mr.
Bradlaugh be allowed to
make a declaration.
July 1. On Mr. Brad laugh's case.

„ 5, 26. On Compensation for

Disturbances (Ireland)
bill.

„ 23. Explains government's
policy regarding Ar-
menia.

„ 30- Auk. 9. Confined to room
by serious illness.
Aug. 26-Sept. 4. Makes sea trip

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1880.

in the GrantiUly Castle
round England and
Scotland.

Sept. 4. On government's Turkish
policy.

Nov. 9. At lord mayor's banquet
on Ireland and foreign
and colonial questions.

1881.

Jan. 6. On Ireland.
,, 21. On annexation of Trans-
vaal.
,, 28. On Irish Protection of
Person and Property
bill.
Feb. 3. Brings in closure resolu-
tion.
„ 23. Falls in garden at Down-
ing Street.
March 15. Moves vote of condolence
on assassination of
Alexander n.
„ 16. On grant in aid of India
for expenses of Afghan
. war.
„ 28. On county government
and local taxation.
April 4. Introduces budget.
,, 7. Brings in Land Law (Ire-

land) bill
26 and 27. On Mr. Bradlaugh's
case.
May 2. Resigns personal trustee-
ship of British Museum.
„ 4. Supports Welsh Sunday

Closing bill.
„ 5. Supports vote of thanks

on military operations
in Afghanistan.
„ 9. Tribute to Lord Beacons-

field.
,, 16. On second reading of Irish
Land bill.
June 10. On the law of entail.
,, 24. On Anglo - Turkish con-
vention.
July 25. On vote of censure on
Transvaal.
,, 29. On third reading of Irish
Land bill.
Aug. 6. At Mansion House on
fifteen months' adminis-
tration.
„ 18. On Mr. Parnell's vote of
censure on the Irish
executive.
Oct. 7. Presented with an address
by corporation of Leeds :
on land and *fair trade'.



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Nov. 9.



Jan.



1881.

At banquet in Old Cloth
Hall on Ireland.
Presented with address by
Leeds Chamber of Com-
merce: on free trade.
Mass meeting of 25,000

Ssrsons in Old Cloth
all on foreign and
colonial policy.

Presented with address
by city corporation at
Guildhall: on Ireland
and arrest of Mr. Par-
nelL

At Knowsley on the aims
of the Irish policy.

At lord mayor's banquet
on government's Irish
policy and parliamen-
tary procedure.

1882.



12. At Hawarden on agri-
culture.

,, 31. On local taxation to depu-
tation from chambers of
agriculture.
Feb. 7. On Mr. Bradlaugh's claim.
On home rule amendment

to address.
On the Irish demand for

home rule.
Moves first of new pro-
cedure rules.
On local taxation.
21 and 22. On Mr. Bradlaugh's
case.
Meeting of liberal party
at Downing Street. On
House of Lords 9 com-
mittee to inquire into
Irish Land Act.
Moves resolution declaring
parliamentary inquiry
into Land Act injurious
to interests of good
governm ent .
March 3. On persecution of Jews in
Russia.
Supports resolution for
legislation on parliamen-
tary oaths.
On proposed state acqui-
sition of Irish railways.
On British North Borneo
Company's charter.
21. On parliamentary reform.
23. On grant to Duke of

Albany.
30. On closure resolution.



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March 31. On inquiry into ecclesi-
astical commission.
April 17. Opposes motion for release
of Cetewayo.

,, 18. On diplomatic communi-
cations with Vatican.

,, 24. Introduces budget.

„ 26. On the Irish Land Act
Amendment bill
May 2. Statement on Irish policy,
announces release of
'suspects,' and resigna-
tion of Mr. Forster.

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

tion.

,, 8. Moves adjournment of the

House on assassination
of Lord F. Cavendish
and Mr. Burke.

„ 15. Brings in Arrears of Rent
(Ireland) bilL

„ 19. On second reading of Pre-
vention of Crime (Ire-
land) bill.

, , 22. On Arrears bill.

,, 24. On Prevention of Crime bill.

,, 26- June 1. On government's
Egyptian policy.
14. On Egyptian crisis.
17. On Mr. Bright's resigna-
tion.

12. On bombardment of Alex-
andria.

21. On third reading of

Arrears bilL
24. Asks for vote of credit for

£2,300,000.

27. Concludes debate on vote
of credit.

28. On national expenditure.

8. On Lords' amendments to
Arrears bill.

9. On suspension of Irish
members, July 1.

16. On events leading to

Egyptian war.
26-31, and Dec. 1. On twelve

new rules of procedure.
26. Moves vote of thanks to

forces engaged in

Egyptian campaign.
24. Opposes demand for select

committee on release of

Mr. Parnell.

13. Celebrates political
jubilee.

1883.
6-16. Suffers from sleep-
lessness at Hawarden.



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1883.

Jan. 17. Leaves England for south

of France.
March 2. Returns to London.
„ 14. On Irish Land Law (1881)

Amendment bill.
,, 16. On Boer invasion of
Beohuanaland.
April 3. On Channel tunnel.
,, 6. On increase in national

expenditure.
,, 17. On local taxation.
„ 19. On Lords Alcester and
Wolseley 's annuity bills.
,, 26. On Parliamentary Oaths
Act (1866) Amendment
bill.
May 2. At National Liberal club
on conservative legacy
of 1880 and work of
liberal administration,
1880-1883.
,, 7. On Contagious Diseases
Acts.
On reforms in Turkey.
Meeting of liberal party
at foreign office : on
state of public business.
At Stafford House:

tribute to Garibaldi.
On revision of purchase

clauses of Land Act.
On withdrawal of pro-
visional agreement for
second Suez canal.
On India and payment for

Egyptian campaign.
On future negotiations
with Suez canal com-
pany.
Aug. 6. On governments Trans-
vaal and Zululand
policies.
„ 6-7. On British occupation of

Egypt.
,, 18. Protests against violent
speeches of Irish
members.
,, 21. On work of the session.
Sept. Italian translation of

Cowper's hymn : 'Hark
my soul ! It is the
Lord,' in Nineteenth
Century.
„ 8-21. In Pembroke Castle
round coast of Scotland
to Norway and Copen-
hagen.
,, 13. At Kirkwall : on change?
during half century ot
his political life.





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Sept. 18. Entertains the Emperor
and Empress of Russia,
the King and Queen of
Denmark, at dinner on
board Pembroke Cattle
in Copenhagen harbour.

Dee. 22. At Ha ward en, to deputa-
tion of liberal working
men on reform of the
franchise.



1884.



Jan.



Feb.



5. At Hawarden on condition
of agriculture.
31. Receives deputations from
Leeds conference, etc,
on Franchise bill.
11 and 21. On Mr. Bradlaugh's
attempt to take the
oath.
„ 12. On Egyptian and Soudan
policy in reply to vote
of censure.
„ 13. On re-establishment of

grand committees.
,, 25. Moves resolution of thanks
to Speaker Brand on his
retirement.
,, 28. Explains provisions of
Representation of the
People (Franchise) bill.
March 3. In defence of retention of
Suakin.
,, 6. On government's Egyptian

policy.
,, 10-19. Confined to his room,

by a chill.
,, 19 to April 7. Recuperates at

Coombe Warren.
,, 31. On death of Duke of
Albany.
3. On General Gordon's

mission in Soudan.
7. On second reading of
Franchise bill.
12. On vote of censure regard-
ing General Gordon.
27. On Egyptian financial

affairs.
10. Opposes amendment to
Franchise bill granting
suffrage to women.
,, 23. On terms of agreement

with France on Egypt.
,, 26. On third reading of Fran-
chise bill.
July 8. On second reading of Lon-
don Government bill.
,, 10. Meeting of the liberal
party: on rejection of



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1884.

Franchise bill by House
of Lords.
July 1 1. On negotiations with Lord
Cairns on Franchise bilL

,, 18. At Eighty club on relation
of politics of the past to
politics of the future.
Aug. 2. On failure of conference
on Egyptian finance.

,, 11. On Lord Northbrook'i
mission to Egypt.

,, 30. At Corn Exchange, Edin-
burgh, on Lords and
Franchise bilL
Sept. 1. At Corn Exchange, Edin-
burgh, in defence of his
administration.

,, 2. In Waverley Market on

demand of Lords for
dissolution.

„ 26. Returns to Hawarden.
Oct. 16. Cuts first sod on Wirral
railway : on railway
enterprise.

„ 23. On Franchise bill.

,, 28. Defends Lord Spenoer'a
Irish administration.
Nov. 4. Lays foundation stone of
National Liberal club:
on liberal administra-
tions of past half cen-
tury.

,, 6 and 10. On second reading
of Franchise bill.

,, 21. On Mr. Labouchere'a
motion for reform of
House of Lords.
Dec. 1. Brings in Redistribution
bill.

,, 4. On second reading of 'Re-
distribution bill.



1885.
Feb. 23. On vote of censure on

Soudan policy.
March 26. Moves ratification of
Egyptian financial
agreement.
April 9. Announces occupation of
Penjdeh by Russians.
„ 16. In defence of Egyptian

Loan bilL
., 21. Asks for vote of credit for

war preparations.
„ 27. On Soudan and Afghan-
istan.
May 4. Announces agreement
with Russia on Afghan
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May 14. On Princess Beatrice's

dowry.
June 8. Defends increase of duties
on beer and spirits.
,, 9. Resignation of govern-
ment. .
,, 24. Reads correspondence on
crisis.
July 6. On legislation on parlia-
mentary oaths.
„ 7. On intentions of the new
government.
Aug. 8-Sept. 1. In Norway.
Sept. 17. Issues address to Mid-
lothian electors.
Nov. ' Dawn of Creation and of

Worship,' in Nineteenth
Century.
9. At Albert Hall, Edin-
burgh, on proposals of
Irish party.
11. At Free Assembly Hall,
Edinburgh, on disestab-
lishment.
1 7. At West Calder on Ireland,
foreign policy, and free
trade.
21. At Dalkeith on finance
and land reform.

23. At inauguration of Market
Cross, Edinburgh : on
history of the cross.

24. At Music Hall, Edin-
burgh, on tory tactics
and Mr. ParnelPs
charges.

27. Elected for Midlothian:
Mr. Gladstone, 7879 ;
Mr. Dalrymple, 3248.



1886.
Jan. ' Proem to Genesis : a Plea

for a Fair Trial,' in

Nineteenth Century.
„ 21. On government's policy in

India, the Near East

and Ireland.
„ 26. In support of amendment

for allotments.
Feb. 3. Third administration

formed.
,, 4. Issues address to electors

of Midlothian.
,, 10. Returned unopposed for

Midlothian.
„ 22. On comparative taxation

of England and Ireland.

On annexation of Bur-

man.



1886.

Feb. 23. On Ireland's contribution

to imperial revenue.
March 4. On condition of Ireland.

,, 6-12. Confined to his room by
a cold.
April 6. On death of Mr. W. E.
Forster.

,, 8. Brings in Government of
Ireland (Home Rule)
bill.

„ 13. On first reading of Home
Rule bill.

„ 16. Explains provisions of
Irish Land Purchase
bill.
May 1. Issues address to electors
•of Midlothian on Home
Rule bill.

,, 10. Moves second reading of
Home Rule bill.

,, 27. Meeting of liberalparty at
the foreign office: on
the Home Rule bill.

„ 28. Explains intentions re-
garding the Home Rule
bill.
June 7-8. Concludes debate on
Home Rule bill.

„ 10. Announces dissolution of
parliament.

,, 14. Issues address to electors
of Midlothian.

„ 18. At Music Hall, Edin-
burgh, on home rule.

„ 21. At Music Hall, Edin-
burgh, on home rule.

,, 22. At Glasgow, on home rule.

„ 25. At Free Trade Hall, Man-
chester, on home rule.

,, 28. At Liverpool, on Ulster
and home rule.
July ' 2. Returned unopposed for
Midlothian and Leith.

„ 20. Resignation of third ad-
ministration.
Aug. 19-24. On government's Irish
policy.

,, 25. Leaves England for
Bavaria.

,, 28. 'The Irish Question (1)
History of an Idea (2)
Lessons of the Election,'
published.
Sept. 19. Returns to London.

„ 20. On Tenants Relief (Ire-
land) bill.
Oct. 4. At Hawarden. Receives
address signed by
400,000 women of Ire-
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1887.

Jan. * LocksZey Hall and the

Jubilee,* in Nineteenth
Century.
Tribute to memory of

Lord Iddesleigh.
On Lord Randolph
Churchill's retirement
and Ireland.
' Notes and Queries on the
Irish Demand/ in Nine-
teenth Century.
'The Greater Gods of
Olympus: (l)Poseidon/
in Nineteenth Century.
To the liberal members for
Yorkshire : on home
rule. |

On the exaction of ex-
cessive rents.
On Criminal Law Amend-
ment (Ireland) bill.
'The History of 1852-60
and Greville's Latest
Journals/ in English
Historical Review.
On second reading of
Criminal Law Amend-
ment bill.
At Eighty club on liberal
unionist grammar of dis-
sent.
Criticises Mr. Goschen's
budget.
May 'The Greater Gods of

Olympus: (2) Apollo,'
in Nineteenth Century.
,, 5. Moves for select committee
to inquire into the Times
articles on 'Parnellism
and Crime.'
,, 11. At Dr. Parker's house on

Ireland.
,, 31. On Crimes bill at Hawar-
den.
June. Reviews Mr. Lecky's His-

tory of England in the
Eighteenth Century in
Nineteenth Century.
„ 'The Great Olympian

Sedition/ in Contempor-
ary Rtview.
„ 4. At Swansea, on Welsh

nationality, Welsh
grievances, and the Irish
Crimes bill.
,, 6. At Singleton Abbey on
home rule and retention
of Irish members.
,, 7. At Cardiff on home rule.
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1887.

Olympus: (3) Athene,*
in Nineteenth Century.
2. To the liberal members for
Durham on Lord Har-
tington's Irish record.
7. Moves rejection of Irish
Criminal Law Amend-
ment bill.
9. Presented at Dollis Hill
with address signed by
10,689 citizens of New
York.

14. On second reading of the
Irish Land bill.

16. At National Liberal dub :
on Ireland and home
rule movement in Scot-
land and Wales.

29. At Memorial Hall on the

lessons of bye-elections.
'Mr. Lecky and Political
Morality/ in Nineteenth
Century.

16. Lays first cylinder of rail-
way bridge over the Dee:
on railway enterprise
and the Channel tunnel.

25. On proclamation of Irish
land league.

30. At Hawarden on Queen

Victoria's reign.

•Electoral Facts of 1887/
in Nineteenth Century.
12. On riot at Mitchelstown,
Ireland.

'Ingram's History of the
Irish Union/ in Nine-
teenth Century.
4. At Hawarden on the ab-
solutist methods of
government.

18. At National Liberal Fede-

ration, Nottingham, on
conduct of Irish police.

19. At Skating Rink, Notting-

ham, on home rule.

20. At Drill Hall, Derby, on

Ireland.
'An Olive Branch from
America,' in Nineteenth
Century.

27. At Dover, on free trade

and Irish Crimes Act.

28. Leaves England for Italy.



1888.
' A reply to Dr. Ingram,'

in Westminster Review,
'The Homeric Her£/ in

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Returns to London.

On coercion in Ireland.

'Further Notes and
Queries on the Irish De-
mand/ in Contemporary
Review.

On perpetual pensions.

On the Dudget.

At National Liberal Club
on the budget and Local
Government bill.

Moves an amendment in
favour of equalising the
death duties on real and
personal property.

On second reading of
County. Government
(Ireland) bill.

' Robert Elsmere, and the
Battle of Belief, 1 in Nine-
teenth Century.

A reply to Colonel Inger-
soll on 'Christianity,' in
North American Review.

On government control of
railways.

Opens Gladstone library at
National Liberal club :
on books.

At Memorial Hall on Irish
question.

At Hawarden condemns
licensing clauses of Local
Government bill.

Receives deputation of
1500 Lancashire liberals
at Hawarden.

On death of German
Emperor.

Conaemns administration
of Irish criminal law.

On Channel Tunnel bill.

At Hampstead on Ireland
and the bye-elections.

'The Elizabethan Settle-
ment of Religion/ in
Nineteenth Century.

On payment of members.

To liberal members for
Northumberland and
Cumberland on Parnell
commi8sionandretention
of IriBh members.

On second reading of
Parnell Commission bill.

Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone
presented with their
portraits on entering on
fiftieth year of married
life.



1888.

July 30. On composition of Parnell

commission.
Aug. 20. Receives deputation of
1500 liberals at Hawar-
den : on conservative
government of Ireland.

,, 23. At Hawarden on spade
husbandry and the cul-
tivation of fruit.
Sept. ' Mr. Forster and Ireland,'

in Nineteenth Century.

„ 4. At Wrexham on Irish and
Welsh home rule.

„ 4. At the Eisteddfod on Eng-
lish feeling towards
Wales.
Nov. ' Queen Elizabeth and the

Church of England,' in
Nineteenth Century.

,, 5. At Town Hall, Birming-
ham, on liberal unionists
and one man one vote.

,, 6. To deputation at Birming-
ham on labour represen-
tation and payment of
members.

,, 7. At Bingley Hall, Birming-
ham, on Irish question.

,, 8. To deputation of Birming-
ham Irish National club
on Irish grievances.

„ 19. On Irish Land Purchase
bill.
Deo. 3. On Mr. Balfour's adminis-
tration of Ireland.

,, 15. At Limehouse Town Hall
on necessary English
reforms and the Irish
question.

,, 17. On English occupation of
Suakin.

,, 19. Leaves England for
Naples.

1889.
Jan. 'Daniel O'Conneil,' in

Nineteenth Century.
Feb. Reviews Divorce by Mar-

garet Lee in Nineteenth
Century.
„ 20. Returns to London.
March 1. On conciliatory measures
in administration of
Ireland.
„ 29. On death of John Bright.
April. Reviews For the Right in
Nineteenth Century.
4. On £21,000,000 for naval
defence.
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1889.

May. ' Italy in 1888-89/ in Nine-

teenih Century,

„ 15. On second reading of
Welsh Education bill.

,, 16. Moves amendment to Mr.
Gosohen's proposed
death duties on estates
above £10,000.
June 5. At Southampton on lessons
of the bye-elections.

„ 7. At Romsey on Lord Pal-
mers ton.

,, 8. At Weymouth on shorter
parliaments and Ireland.

,, 10. At Torquay on Ireland.

,, 11. At Falmouth and Redruth
on Ireland.

,, 12. At Truro, St. Austell, and
Bodmin on Ireland, one
man one vote, the death
duties, etc

,, 14. At Launceston on dis-
sentient liberals.

,, 14. AtDrillHall,Plymouth,on
home rule.

„ 17. At Shaftesbury and
Gillingham on tne agri-
cultural labourer.
July 'Plain Sneaking on the

Irish Union,' in Nine-
teenth Century.
,, 6. Presented with freedom of
Cardiff: on free trade ;
on foreign opinion of
English rule in Ireland.

,, 25. Golden wedding celebrated
in London.

, , 25. Speech on royal grants.
Aug. 'Phoenician Affinities of

Ithaca,' in Nineteenth
Century,

„ 22. At Ha war den on cottage gar-
dens and fruit culture.

,, 26. Celebration of golden

wedding at Hawarden.

Sept. 7. Entertained in Paris by

Society of Political

Economy.

,, 23. At Hawarden on dock
strike and bimetallism.

,, 'The Triple Alliance and

Italy's Place in it,' by
Outidanos, in Contempo-
rary Review.
Oct. Reviews Journal de Marie

Bashkirtsef in Nine-
teenth Century.

„ 23. At Southport on Ireland.

,, 26. Opens literary institute at
Saltney, Chester. |



1889.

Nov. ' The English Church under

Henry the Eighth/ in
Nineteenth Century.

, , ' The Question of Divorce, '

in North American
Review.
Dec. Reviews Memorials of a

Southern Planter in
Nineteenth Century.

„ 2. At Free Trade Hall, Man-
chester, on liberal union-
ists and foreign policy.

„ 3. In Free Trade Hall on
government of Ireland.

„ 4. At luncheon at Town Hall
on city of Manchester.

1890.
Jan. * A Defence of Free Trade/

in North American Re*
view.

,, 'The Melbourne Govern-

ment : its Acta and Per-
sons,' in Nineteenth Cen-
tury.

„ 9. At Hawarden on the effect
of free trade on agri-
culture.

„ 22. At Chester on Ireland.
Feb. 5. At Oxford Union on
vestiges of Assyrian
mythology in Homer.

,, 11. On motion declaring publi-
cation by Times of
forged Parnell letter to
be breach of privilege.
March. * On Books and tne Housing
of Them,' in Nineteenth
Century.

„ 3. On report of Parnell com-
mission.

„ 24* At National Liberal club
on report of Parnell
commission.

„ 26. At Guy's Hospital on the
medical profession.
April 24. On second reading of Pur-
chase of Land (Ireland)
bill.
May 2. On disestablishment of
church of Scotland.

„ 12. On free trade at Prince's
Hall, Piccadilly.

,, 15. On Local Taxation Duties
bill.

,, 16. At Norwich on Parnell
commission, land pur-
chase and licensing
question.

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atrocities and the agri-
cultural labourer.

April 27. Receives 10,000 liberals at
Hawarden : on Mitchels-
town, Irish Land bill,
and Licensing bill.

June 5. On Channel Tunnel bill.
„ 13. On Local Taxation Duties
bill.
To depositors in railways'
savings banks : on thrift.

July 17. At Burlington School,
London, on the educa-
tion of women.
,, 24. On Anglo-German Agree-
ment bill.
,, 30. To Wesleyans at National
Liberal club on Maltese
marriage question, and
Ireland.

Aug. 21. At Hawarden on cottage
gardening and fruit
farming.
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mous Remains/ in the



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Sept. 12. At Dee iron works on in-
dustrial progress.
21. At Corn Exchange, Edin-
burgh, on government's
Irish administration.

23. At West Calder on con-
dition of working classes
and Ireland.

25. At Dalkeith on home rule
for Scotland and Ire-
land.

27. At Musio Hall, Edin-
burgh, on retention of
Irish members, pro-
cedure and obstruction.

29. At Dundee on free trade
and the McKinley tariff.
Opens Victorian Art
# Gallery: on apprecia-
tion of beauty.
• Mr. Carnegie's Gospel of
Wealth,' in Nineteenth
Century.

24. Letter to Mr. Morley on
Mr. Parnell and leader-
ship of Irish party.

1. Publishes reply to Mr.
Parnell'8 manifesto to
Irish people.

2. On Purchase of Land (Ire-
land) bill.

11. At Retford on Mr. Par-
nell and the home rule



Nov.



Dec



1890.

Publishes The Impreg-
nable Jtock of Holy
Scripture, a reprint of
articles in Good Words.

Landmarks of Homeric
Study, together with an
Essay on the Points of
Contact between the
Assyrian Tablets and
the Homeric Text.

1891.
Jan. 27. Supports motion to ex-
punge from journals of
the House the Brad-
laugh resolution (1881).
Feb. ' Professor Huxley and the

Swine-Miracle, in Nine-
teenth Century.

„ 4. Moves second reading of
Religious Disabilities
Removal bill.

„ 13. Opens free library in St.
Martin's Lane : on free
libraries.

,, 16. Condemns action of Irish
executive in Tipperary
trials.

,, 20. On disestablishment of
church in Wales.

,, 27. On taxation of land.
March 3. On registration reform.

„ 14. At Eton College on
Homeric Artemis.

,, 17. At Hastings on Mr.

Goschen's finance, Irish

policy, and the career

of Mr. Parnell.

May. < A Memoir of John Murray,'

in Murray's Magazine.
June 19. At St. James's Hall, at

i'ubilee of Colonial
bishoprics Fund, on de-
velopment of colonial
church.
July 4. Death of W. H. Glad-
stone.
„ 15. At Hawarden on fifty

years of progress.
Sept. ' KlectoralFacts, No. III. ,'

in Nineteenth Century.
Oct. ' On the Ancient Beliefs in

a Future State,' in Nine-
teenth Century.
„ 1. At jubilee of Glenalmond
College on study of
nature and the clerical
profession.
„ 2. At Newcastle on the



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