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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hrLTERN A * HUNDREDS. by r Mewn atebiad i Arglwydd R. Churchill, de Mr. Gladstone a ddywedodd mad oeid y Chiltern do Hundreds wedi ei rhoddi i Mr. Dodson ar mwyn i( gwneyd yr eaisteddlo yn wag. oud yn hytrach Subscribers-only content

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    dan y penawd hwn y mae fy hen gyfaill yr A~elod dros Gantrefi'r Chiltern, wedi ysgrifenu erthygl i un o'r misolion, ac wedi tatlo Ilawer o oleuni ar berthynas y Senedd a'r Wasg; perthynas sydd y dyddiau hyn yn achosi Subscribers-only content

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    D. M'Luren (tad Mr. M'Laren, Barnwr-Ddadl- euydd Scotland), yr hwn sydd wedi gadael y sedd yn wzg drwy dderbynisd y Chiltern iundreds, Y DDADL AR YR ANERCHIAD, Cododd ynbydig o ddaal yn y Ty eyn i welliant Mr. Dawson gael Subscribers-only content

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    y telephone Ya ystod tanbeleniad yr Aipht dydd Mawrth. Cysylltwyd yr offeryn c llinell y pellebyr ar fwrdd y I Chiltern,' ger Alexandria, ac yr oedd swn y magnelau i'w clywed yn eglur yn y swyddfa yn Malta,-nil a filldiroedd Subscribers-only content

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    gymerodd le dydd Mawrth, i'r Home RPules. Daeth y L sedd ya wag dewy i Mr. Healy apelio am y Chiltern Hundred er mwyn :nladd am sedd yn Ulster, ac yr oedd yn ddealledig fod y sedd yn hollol ddiogel Subscribers-only content

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    one of the Members of Colchester, who was lately.elected on the pa- triotic interest of that borotigh, ilad accepted the Chiltern hundreds upon an understaiiding that he is to go out to, the West Indies in an emohlameniary JudiziaJ aPnteiong Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Much the same, my dear," replied the wag,. "as there is between a Crocodile and an Alligalor." Tie ClraLTaN HUnDReDS.-The Chiltern lounadreds, so fre- quentiy mentioned as being accepted by Members of the House of Commons, when they wish to Subscribers-only content

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    directed to" Monsieur Wilks, Bruges." It is rumoured that, for at ade- qiatecousideration, lie has sigtied an acceptance of the Chiltern hundreds. -[We have repeatedly observed,that iittthis country tio ni canl set up in business as a rogue without a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new writ was moved for the borough of Winchelsea, in the room of Henry Brotgpham, Esq. who has accepted the Chiltern Hun- dreda, Essex CouNTY MEETi',G--l Meeting of the Freeholders of Essex, called by the High Sheriff, took place on Subscribers-only content

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    Littleton, who is appointed Secretar.'y fr Ireland', and for, Stroud, in the room of Mr. Ricardo, who has accepted the Chiltern }undreds. Lord ALTHORP stated, in answer to a question from Lord CRANDOS, that Ministers intend to proceed with their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a great length of time to consider it, that there was foobjection to alloiing Sir John Key to accept the Chiltern Hundredi. He was still however liable to'a prosecution for penalties for bdinga conttactor, if it could be proved that Subscribers-only content

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    OSWALD, a new writ was ordered for Ayrshire, in the room of Mr R. A. Oswald, who' has accepted the Chiltern hun- dreds. Lord CAsTr.aExAGos then pr'esented a petition from Down, similar to that presented by Lord Londonderry in the Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMINER. a LONDON, MAY 8, IS36. Ain abstract of the financial statement of the Chancellor of the Exchequer on presenting his budget will be found in our parlia-' mentary report. It is proposed to take off half the Subscribers-only content

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    of Mor E. J. Stanley, for Ise -s, in the room of Mr T. R. Kemp, who has accepted the Chiltern YUnntreds. Lord J. Russell said that in consequence of Sir H. Hardinge's mlotion relative to the affairs of Spain, Subscribers-only content

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    duly elected. New writs were ordered for West Kent, in the room of Sir W. Geary, who has accepted the Chiltern Huln- dreds, and for Portsmouth, in the room of Mcr Bouham Carter, deceased. Lord JoHNx RUSSELL observed that' it Subscribers-only content

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    and to a motion for a new writ for Gloucester in the room of Mr Hope, who bad accepted the Chiltern Hun. dreds. It seems that an arrangement for a new election for Gloucester has been made, in order to Subscribers-only content

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    deceased ; and for the borough of Tdtnes, in the room of Mr Jasper Parrott, who has ac- cepted the Chiltern Hundrtds;. Public busihess had sctarely coirmenred beFbte it was obticed that 40 iehilibtrt Were hot pferesnt The libte il Subscribers-only content

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    7. 1A new writ was ordered for PeLth, in the room of tile lion. A. Kinnaird, Who hias accepted the Chiltern ,lun- dreds. Low-Er CANvADA GOVERN"MENT BILr._-On tile motion of Lord Jorts RusSELc the lords amendments to this bill were Subscribers-only content

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    writ- was ordered for the county of Elgin in the room of Col. F. W. Grant, who had accepted the Chiltern hundreds. Lord HOTHAM gave noticethatbeishouldmove aresola- tion, that after the dissolution of the present parliament no judge of the Subscribers-only content

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    consequence lost. A new writ was ordered for the county of Waterford for John Power, Esq., who had accepted the Chiltern Hun- CHiracta DISCIPLINE Bil.L..-Dr NICHOLL moved the recoimtittal of tile church discipline bill, for the further aconsideration of the Subscribers-only content

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