HC Deb 24 July 1899 vol 75 cc187-8

Resolved—"That the contract, dated the 3rd day of April, 1899, between the Postmaster-General and the Great Eastern Railway Company, for the daily conveyance of mails from Harwich to


said it was never intended so to be applied, and he would certainly see that this was done if necessary.


said that, after that intimation, he would ask leave to withdraw his Amendment. [Opposition cries of "No."]

The House divided:—Ayes, 25; Noes, 83. (Division List, No. 296.)

Beaumont, Wentworth C. B. Hazell, Walter Sullivan, Donal (Westmeath)
Caldwell, James Horniman, Frederick John
Channing, Francis Allston Jones, W. (Carnarvonshire) Trevelyan, Charles Philips
Clark, Dr. G. B.(Caithness-sh.) Lawson, Sir Wilfrid(Cumb'land Wedderburn, Sir William
Clough, Walter Owen Macaleese, Daniel Williams, John Carvell (Notts.
Dilke, Rt. Hon. Sir Charles M'Arthur, William (Cornwall) Wilson, H. J. (York, W. R.)
Doogan, P. C. Norton, Capt. Cecil William
Duckworth, James Pease, Joseph A. (Northumb.) TELLERS FOR THE AYES
Ferguson, R. C. Munro (Leith) Provand, Andrew Dryburgh Mr. John Burns and Mr. Maddison.
Hayne, Rt. Hon. C. Seale- Steadman, William Charles
Anson, Sir William Reynell Finlay, Sir Robert Bannatyne Pryce-Jones, Lt.-Col. Edward
Archdale, Edward Mervyn Fisher, William Hayes Purvis, Robert
Arnold, Alfred Foster, Colonel (Lancaster) Rentoul, James Alexander
Atkinson, Rt. Hon. John Gedge, Sydney Ridley, Rt. Hn. Sir Matthew W.
Bagot, Capt. Josceline FitzRoy Goldsworthy, Major-General Ritchie, Rt. Hon. Chs. Thomson
Balfour, Rt. Hn. A.J. (Manch'r Gordon, Hon. John Edward Robinson, Brooke
Balfour, Rt. Hon. G. W. (Leeds) Graham, Henry Robert Russell, T. W. (Tyrone)
Banbury, Frederick George Gray, Ernest (West Ham) Ryder, John Herbert Dudley
Barry, Rt Hn AH Smith-(Hunts Hanbury, Rt. Hon. R. W. Stanley, Hon. A. (Ormskirk)
Barton, Dunbar Plunket Howell, William Tudor Stanley, Edw. Jas. (Somerset)
Bathurst, Hon. A. Benjamin Johnston, William (Belfast) Stanley, Lord (Lanes.)
Beach, Rt. Hn. Sir M. H. (Bristol Keswick, William Talbot, Lord E. (Chichester)
Bethell, Commander Lawrence, Sir E. Durning (Corn) Thornton, Percy M.
Brodrick, Rt. Hon. St. John Lawson, John Grant (Yorks.) Tomlinson, Wm. Edw. Murray
Carlile, William Walter Leigh-Bennett, Henry Currie Valentia, Viscount
Chaloner, Captain R. G. W. Lockwood, Lt.-Col. A. R. Warde, Lt.-Col. C. E. (Kent)
Chamberlain, Rt. Hn. J. (Birm. Long, Rt Hn. Walter(Liverpool Williams, Colonel R. (Dorset)
Chamberlain, J Austen (Wore'r Lucas-Shadwell, William Williams, Jos. Powell-(Birm.)
Chaplin, Rt. Hon. Henry Macartney, W. G. Ellison Willox, Sir John Archibald
Cochrane, Hon. Thos. H. A. E. Middlemore, J. Throgmorton Wilson, J. W. (Worcestersh. N.)
Collings, Rt. Hon. Jesse Milton, Viscount Wortley, Rt. Hn. C. B. Stuart-
Colomb, Sir J. Charles Ready Moon, Edward Robert Pacy Wylie, Alexander
Cornwallis, Fiennes Stanley W. More, Robt. Jasper (Shropsh.) Wyndham, George
Curzon, Viscount Morrell, George Herbert Wyndham-Quin, Major W. H.
Doughty, George Murray, Rt Hn A Graham(Bute Young, Commander (Berks, E.
Douglas, Rt. Hon. A. Akers- Murray, Chas. J. (Coventry)
Duncombe, Hon. Hubert V. Nicholson, William Graham TELLERS FOR THE NOES
Fellowes, Hon. Ailwyn Edwd. Pease, H. Pike (Darlington) Sir William Walrond and
Finch, George H. Pilkington, R. (Lanes, Newton). Mr. Anstruther.

the Hook of Holland, be approved."—(Mr. Hanbury.)

In pursuance of the Order of the House of the 17th day of this instant July, Mr. Speaker adjourned the House without Question put.

Adjourned at twenty-five minutes before Two o'clock.