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The Irish Leadership - The Behring Sea and Newfoundland Fisheries-Mr. J.
Morley at Newcastle - The Unionist Position-Lord Salisbury at Cambridge-
Lord Hartington on the Situation—The Hartlepool Election - The Strike at
the Post Office-Reassembly of Parliament, The Tithes Bill-Mr. Goschen on
the Currency- The Plan of Campaign in Parliament--The Boulogne Nego-
tiations-Lord Hartington at the Liberal Unionist Club-The Religious Dis-
qualifications Removal Bill- Marriage with Deceased Wife's Sister Bill-- Mr.
Morley's Vote of Censure-Church Disestablishment in Wales-Army and
Navy and Civil Service Estimates—The Scheme of National Defence – The
Naval Programme-Irish Distress and Relief Works - Mr. Stansfeld's Reso-
lution—Registration of Voters-Agricultural Holdings—The Temperance
Question and Local Option-Conflict of Labour and Capital-Colonial Feder-
ation and Free Trade-The Newfoundland Fisheries Bill in the House of
Mr. Gladstone and Sir F. Milner-Death of Lord Granville- Recess Speeches--
Sir Henry James in Ulster--Mr. Chamberlain at Portsmouth--The Labour
Commission---The Indian Opium Traffic—The Clitheroe Case-Parish Coun.
cils-Intoxicating Liquors (Ireland) Bill-Mr. Davitt and the Labour Com.
mission - Portugal and the Pungwé River - The Newfoundland Fisheries Bill
- Delegates at the House of Lords - The Budget-- Free Education Public
Opinion on the Subject--Mr. Chamberlain's Views on it-Sir W. Harcourt on
Home Rule-Annual Meeting of Primrose League-Important Speech by
Lord Salisbury-A Cluster of Bye-Elections-Manifesto from Mr. Gladstone--
The Irish Land Purchase Bill in Committee-Manipur-A Copyright Bill-
A Local Option Debate-Leasehold Enfranchisement–The Resignation of
Members--Captain Verney – Mr. Goschen on 11. Notes -Sir W. Harcourt in
Devonshire -- Nr. Chamberlain on National Pensions for Old Age -- Mr. W. H.