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Extradition, case of Winslow, 183 | Foreign affairs, indifference of
Extradition Acts, 1870 and 1873, the country to, after the Treaty
182-184

of Vienna, 363, 364
Extra-territorial jurisdiction. See - doctrine of non-intervention in,
Jurisdiction

365-367
EYRE, GOVERNOR, validity of a - revived interest in, on the

Colonial Act of Indemnity in reopening of the Eastern Ques-
the case of, 444

tion in 1876, 367
- review of recent policy with

regard to, 373-380
- comments on recent policy with

regard to, 380-387
Factory and Workshop Act, 1878, Foreign Enlistment Act, 1854, 254
131, 132; 456, 458

-- - 1870, 204; 206-208
Factory Laws, intention of, 131, Foreign Jurisdiction Acts, 1843
132

1878, 187-189; 191
– Miss Martineau on the results | FORSTER, MR. W. E., policy in-
of, 133

augurated by the Education
- administration of, 456-458

Act of, 149
Fiji, annexation of, 173; 403-405 FORSYTH, MR., on cession of
Finance, modern principles as to, 1 territory by Royal Prerogative,
134-137; 390

414
- control of policy through, 353 Franconia and Strathclyde Case,
- necessity of Parliamentary 200
vigilance in the management FREEMAN, MR. E. A., letter of
of, 389-391

Sir G. C. Lewis to, on the legal
-- Indian, Parliamentary super status of the Cabinet, 275,
vision of, 390, 400

276
Flogging, as a criminal punish FRERE. SIR BARTLE, expressions
ment, 437-439; 459

of sympathy with, by the Queen,
Foreign affairs, recent prominence during the Zulu war, 330, 331

of, in Parliamentary debate, - policy of annexation recom-
179

mended by, 407, 408
- Mr. Disraeli on the importance Fugitive Slave Circulars, 195, 196

of, 179
- policy as to, not generally initi-

ated in Parliament, 180
- recent legislation bearing on,
180-208

GIFFARD, SIR HARDINGE, instance
- conduct of Lord Palmerston as of, in office but not in Parlia-
Secretary for, in 1850 and 1851, ment, 337, note
284-290; 310-315

GILLON, MR., motion of, for an
– retirement of Lord Carnarvon increased grant to the Duke of
in 1876, on grounds relating to, Sussex, 226
290-292; 376

GLADSTONE, MR., action of, in the
- retirenent of Lord Derby from I repeal of the Paper Duties, 22
the conduct of, in 1876, 292 - on the practice of the House of
295 ; 376

Lords in proposing money
- theory of a special attitude of grants, 24, 25

the Sovereign towards, 315 317 – use of a Royal warrant by, for
abolishing purchase in the army, | Guizot, history of representation
28-31

as given by, 46, note
GLADSTONE, MR., on Mr. Richard's -- on the Police panic in 1829, 144

motion on International Arbitra -- on the Spanish marriages, 364,
tion, 181

note
- on the title to the Crown Lands,
217, 218

H
- on the amendment of the Crown

Private Estates Act, 219, 220 HALLAM, period covered by the
--- on Parliamentary provision for Constitutional History of, 1

the Royal Family, 227 ; 229-233 - on the creation of Peers, 29, 30,
- on the Bedchamber question, note
237

- on petitions, 75
- action of, on the Russian war -- on the Cabinet and the Privy

question in 1855, 256; 259, Council, 272-275
260, note

Half-past twelve rule, 90, 91
- on the internal relations of the Hanover, king of, beir presump-
Cabinet, 278-281

tive to the Crown, 212
- on the dismissal of the Mel. -- revenues of the kingdom of,
bourne Ministry by William detached from those of the
IV., 305, 306

English Crown, 223
Gold Coast of Africa, extra - refusal of precedence to the

territorial jurisdiction on i be,187 Prince Consort by the king of,
GORDON, SIR ARTHUR, on the 243

duties of the Governor of a HANSARD, case of Stockdale 1.,
Crown Colony, 415-417

77, 78
Government. (See also Ministry, HARCOURT, SIR W. VERNON, on

Party Government, Local Go the procedure of the House of
vernment)

Lords, 100-102
- structure of the English, the HARE, MR. Thomas, scheme of,
subject of investigation, 2

for minority representation, 59-
- Constitutional dangers inherent 64

in the mechanism of, 466-468 HARLEY, paper on the right of
Government of India Act Amend. petitioning, attributed to, 75,
ment Act, 1869, 196 ; 401

note
GRAHAM, SIR JAMES, part taken HARTINGTON, LORD, on the Stand-

by, on the Russian war question ing Orders of the House of
in 1855, 258, 259

Lords, 102
GREY, EARL, on proposals for - remarks of, on the explanation

grants of money not originated given of the Queen's corre.
by the Crown, 25

spondence with Lord Lytton and
--- on the internal relations of the Sir Bartle Frere, 334, 335
Cabinet, 281-283

HEALTH, PUBLIC, legislation re-
- conduct of William IV. in lating to, 145-147; 425-427;

regard to the formation of a 456-461
Ministry by, 302

- topics included under the title
-- on the party allegiance of a of, 146
Government, 351-353

HERBERT, MR. SIDNEY, part taken
GROTE, MR. GEORGE, on the by, on the Russian war question
Ballot, 41, 42

in 1855, 258, 259

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HEYWOOD, MR., motion of, for | House of Commons, possible modi-
University reform, 114

fications of the procedure of, as
High Court of Justice, election to private bills, 94-96

jurisdiction committed to a -- procedure of the, relating to
Judge of the, 43-45

supply, 96-99
- contrast between the adminis - powers and privileges of the
tration of justice by Judges of Victorian Legislature not to
the, and by local Justices, 430 ; exceed those of the, 161
449

- presence of the Prince Consort
Home Legislation, recent, 103–149; in the, at a Corn Law debate,
427-461

250–252
Home Secretary, practice of appeal - selection of a ministry by

to, in criminal cases, 435, 436 William IV., without reference
House of Commons (see also to the, 301-309

Representation, Privileges, Pro - party organisation in the, 340_

ceedings, Party Government,&c.) 343
— relation of the, to the House of - dependence of the Ministry on
Lords, 18, 19

the, 344, 345
- contest of, with the House of - control of expenditure by the,

Lords, on Paper Duties Repeal, as a means of controlling
22, 23

Ministerial policy, 353
- Money grants legitimately con- | -- dependence of the, on the
ceded by, only on the proposal

Government, 353–358
of the Crown, 24, 25

-- doctrine of non-intervention in
- Mr. Lowe on the preponderance foreign affairs in the, 363–367
of the, 26-28

--- opposed views on the Eastern
- recent modifications in the question in the, 368-370
composition of the, 33–73

- tendency of the, as of all
- surrender of the Parliamentary democratic legislatures, to

election jurisdiction of the, 43 encroachment on private liber-
45

ties, 424, 425
-- effect of personal representation - division of labour between the,

on the character of the, 60, 61 L and the people, 464-466
- privileges and order of proceed. House of Lords, indivisible from
ings of the, 74-102

the House of Commons, 18, 19
- constitutional importance of - Appellate Jurisdiction of the
the forms of the, 74

19, 20
- petitions to the, 75, 76

- composition of the, dependent
- publication of proceedings of-

on Royal Prerogative, 20; 29;
the, 77-80

358; 360
- exclusion of strangers from - claim of Parliament to remodel
the, 80-82

the composition of the, 21
– power of the, to punish for -- conflict of the, with the Com-
contempt, 82-84

mons, on Paper Duties repeal,
- obstruction of business in the, 22, 23
84-88

- indirect origination of money
- claims of public and private

grants by the, 22-26
business in the, 88-92

------ allowed in the case
- procedure of the, in regard to of private bills, 94
private bills, 89-91 ; 92-94 --- contest of, with the Govern

ment, on the abolition of army | India, extra-territorial jurisdiction
purchase, 28-31

in, 196
House of Lords, Lord Macaulay - title of the Queen as Empress of,

and the Duke of Wellington on 213-215 ; 375 ; 380 ; 381; 385

the impotence of the, 31, 32 - correspondence of the Queen
-- petitions to the, 76

with the Viceroy of, during the
-- procedure of the, 99-102

Afghan war, 330-334
the Lord Chancellor as speaker -- recent foreign policy in re-
of the, 101, 102, note

ference to, 368; 381 ; 384; 388
- the Church of England repre -- recent policy in, 374, 375;
sented in the, 104

378-382; 388 ; 398
--- support of University reform -- recent legislation for, 395-397
in the, 113, 114

- repeal of cotton duties in, 398,
-- Colonial Legislative Councils 399
· not analogous to the, 165, 166 -- annual statement as to finances
--- place of the Prince Consort in of, required by Parliament, 399
the, 240

- announcement of the com-
-- influence of the, on the fate of mencement of war in, required
· a Ministry, 344

by Parliament, 400
--- occasional influence of the, on - recent extension of the Pre-

the side of the public, against rogative in, 400, 401
the other House, 465

- consequences of the transfer of
Household, the Royal, organisa the government of, from the
tion of the, 233-238

Company to the Crown, 401-
Howard v. Gossett, 83, 84

403
Hudson's Bay, Act for the ad - grounds alleged for annexa.
mission of, into the Dominion of tions in, 407
Canada, 1868, 172

India Acts :-
Hudson's Bay, admission of, into Regulating Act (East India
the Dominion of Canada, 172

Company), of 1773, 168, 169
- organisation of government in, Indian Territories Gorernment
403, 404

Act of 1833, 169–171 ; 395 ;
HUME, MR., motion of, as to the 402, 403

proposed annuity for the Prince Act for the better Gorernment
Consort, 239

of India, 1858, 171, 172 ; 337,
note; 380; 386; 395-397; 399 ;

400
Indian Councils Act of 1861,

174; 196; 395; 397 ; 401
Imperialism, in India, 375; 381 Act of 1865. 196
-- use of the term, 408

Acts of 1869, 196 ; 401
– Professor Maurice on, 409, 410 Indian troops, transport of, to
-- Lord Carnarvon on, 410-413 Malta, 377; 381; 382 ; 385-387 ;
India (see also East India Com. 391, 392
pany, Afghanistan, &c.)

Indian Vernacular Press, restric-
- origin of British rule in, 150 tions placed on, 380 ; 398
- Parliamentary government of, 1 Industry. (See Economy, social)
· 151; 167-172 ; 392-403

Institutions, English, foreign
-- powers of the Governor-General I copies of insulated, 4
of, 170; 174

- isolation of, in treatment, 11

Index.

483

International Law, Mr. Richard's

motion with respect to, 180,

181
- references to, in the Territorial
Waters Jurisdiction Act, 201,

202
-- enforcement of, on British

citizens, 202-208
Ionian Islands, cession of the,

413, 414
Ireland, Earl Russell on local

government for, 96
Irish Church, disestablishment of

the, 105

KELLY, LORD CHIEF BARON,

letter of, to the Lord Chancellor
on the secresy of Privy Council-

lors, 295–298
KENT, DUCHESS OF, regent in

case of the accession of Queen
Victoria during her minority,

212
- grant to the, on the Queen's

accession, 225, 226
Kidnapping Act, 1872, 197, 198

45

Lancaster and Cornwall, Duchies
Jamaica, alteration of the con of, reform of the management
stitution of, 157, 158

of the, 223, 224
Jerris' Acts, 1847, 1848 (to protect | LANSDOWNE, LORD, arrangement
Justices of the Peace), 444

of the Queen's household by Lord
Judicial Reform, 136 ; 427-456 | Melbourne and, 234, 235
Jurisdiction, appellate, of the - opinion of, on the coup d'état,
House of Lords, 19, 20

288
- in election cases, surrendered Legislation, Home, 103-149; 427-
by the House of Commons, 43 461

- Constitutional advance shown
- of the House of Commons in in recent home, 103
cases of contempt, 82-84

- economic, scientific spirit of
- reconstitution of local, 137– recent, 122, 126
149; 428-434

Colonial, 150-178 ; 392-404
- territorial limits of Colonial, - relating to foreign affairs, 179-
167

208
- extra-territorial, 187-199

- judicial and criminal, 427-456
--- exercise of extra-territorial, in LEITRIM, EARL OF, exclusion of
Cyprus, 188-194

strangers from a debate on the
- extra-territorial, in India, 196 murder of the, 81, 82
-- in territorial waters, 199-202 Letters-Patent (Colonies) Act,
- criminal, 427-455

1863 (26 and 27 Vict. c. 76),
--- summary, of Magistrates, 431 176
434

LEWIS, SIR G. C., on minority
- civil, 455, 456

representation, 58, 60
Jury, trial by, abandoned in civil -- on the legal status and internal
cases, 449

relations of the Cabinet, 275-278
– trial by, in criminal cases, 449- | LIBERTY OF THE SUBJECT,
451

Chap. IV., 422-461
- requirement of unanimity of a, 1 - provision for the, a distinctive
450, 451

mark of the English Constitu-

tion, 3; 422, 423

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