Parliamentary Papers, Volume 17

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1838 - Great Britain

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Page iii - House; — have examined the matters to them referred, and have agreed to the following Report: — YOUR Committee...
Page 13 - ... or carry on the trade or business of a pawnbroker, shall cause to be painted or written, in large legible characters, over the door of each shop...
Page ii - ... propelled by steam or gas on common roads ; and to report upon the probable utility which the public may derive therefrom ; and who were empowered to report the Minutes of the Evidence...
Page ii - An investigation into the laws and regulations which affect the trade of Pawnbroking in Ireland, was also made by a Select Committee in 1838, who reported that the statutes had failed to attain the object sought by those who framed them.
Page 173 - SIR, . I have the honour to acquaint you, for the information of his excellency the lord lieutenant, that, finding upon my arrival at Ballaghy that the French army had pa(Ted that place from Caftlebar, I immediately followed them to watch their motions.
Page 218 - Appendix ; and he shall appoint two or more Scrutineers, from among the Members present, to superintend the ballot during its progress, and to report the result to the Meeting : the ballot shall close at the expiration of one hour.
Page 136 - December 1844, to examine every person, (not having been previously admitted an attorney of the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, or one of them,) who shall apply to be admitted a solicitor of the said Court of Chancery, touching his fitness and capacity to act as a solicitor of the said Court...
Page 140 - Antrim, Armagh, Carlow, Cavan, Clare, Cork, Donegal, Down, Dublin, Fermanagh, Galway, Kerry, Kildare, Kilkenny, King's...
Page 219 - Meeting, all proceedings of such Meeting shall be of the same force and validity as if no such irregularity had occurred ; but if any irregularity shall be publicly noticed and objected to, the Meeting shall decide thereon, and such decision shall be final and conclusive, XVI.

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