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Speeches by Mr. Mulock in the House of Commons in the session of 1894
Mulock, William Sir
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"Pamphlet no. " "Church no. " Reproduction of the original from the Pusey House Library St Giles. Mulock gave several notices, including one for the paper resecting the commutation of the sentences of McGreevy and Connolly; also a bill respecting the»Senate and House of Commons, also a Bill to amend the railroad act and one respecting ocean rates on cattle; also a motion that binder twine be placed on the free list.
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Clive, Robert Clive.William Bolling, speech, House of Commons (Parliament) (9th May, ) “I mistrust interference on behalf of the poor which the poor are themselves to pay for. Let the question be presented honestly and fairly.
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