6 FEBRUARY 1886, page 3

The Duke Of Westminster, In A Manly Speech, Withdrew The

charge he had hastily made against the Irish Parliamentary Party of living in debauchery in London, a charge which he admitted that he could not sustain; and Mr. Tom Hughes, the......

Edinburgh Is Not Apparently Scandalised By Mr. Childers's...

Home-rule ; indeed, we doubt very much whether Liberals in any part of the United Kingdom have fully realised what the half-and-half union implied by Home- rule really means.......

The Debate On The Polish Question Continued In The Prussian

Chamber for three days, and was marked by great bitterness, the War Minister, General von Schellendorf, even stating that Polish soldiers had been successfully tampered with in......

The National League Certainly Does Not Intend To Relax Its

hold on Ireland. At the meeting held in Dublin on Monday, Mr. Sexton declared that the whole legislative work of the Empire would continue to be challenged until the Irish Ques-......

On Saturday, At The Invitation Of The Teachers' Guild, A

con- ference on the subject of Free Education was held at the Society of Arts,—Mr. Philip Magnus being the advocate of free educa- tion, while the Rev. J. R. Diggle, the......

There Was A Remarkable Demonstration At Chester Yesterday...

the dissolution of the Union with Ireland, in an open meeting, with the Duke of Westminster in the chair, attended by a few Irishmen, but so crowded with loyalists, both Liberal......

The Rev.- Frederick Burnside, The Honorary Secretary To...

which brings out the "Official Year-Book of the Church of England," sends to the papers a statement that the voluntary expenditure of English Churchmen during the twenty- five......

Sir Richard Temple On Thursday Introduced In The London...

Board the Budget of the year. It is not a pleasant one, the total to be expended by March 25th, 1887, being 21,568,406, or, roughly speaking, a rate on the new and increased......

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