HC Deb 14 August 1901 vol 99 cc852-3

Order for the Third Reading read.

Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Bill be now read the third time."


desired, on behalf of the Nationalist Members, to record a final protest against the Bill. The measure was unnecessary and uncalled for, and had been forced on the colonies by the Colonial Office. He regarded it merely as another move in the Imperialistic game, which had already brought so much ruin and sorrow in its train, and he should certainly divide the House against the Third Reading.

Question put.

The House divided:—Ayes, 133; Noes, 53. (Division List No. 475.)

Acland-Hood, Capt. Sir A. F. Chapman, Edward Greene, W. Raymond (Cambs.)
Agg-Gardner, James Tynte Clare, Octavius Leigh Hamilton, Rt. Hn Lord G. (Midd'x
Agnew, Sir Andrew Noel Cog hill, Douglas Harry Hanbury, Rt. Hon. Robert Wm.
Allen, Chas. P. (Glouc., Stroud) Collings, Rt. Hon. Jesse Harmsworth, R. Leicester
Arnold-Forster, Hugh O. Cranborne, Viscount Haslett, Sir James Homer
Atkinson, Rt. Hon. John Crombie, John William Hayne, Rt. Hn. Charles Seale-
Balcarres, Lord Davies, Sir H. D. (Chatham) Heaton, John Henniker
Balfour, Rt. Hn. A. J. (Manch'r Dickson, Charles Scott Helder, Augustus
Balfour, Capt. C. B. (Hornsey Disraeli, Coningsby Ralph Helme, Norval Watson
Balfour, Kenneth R. (Christen. Douglas, Rt. Hon. A. Akers- Henderson, Alexander
Beach, Rt. Hn. Sir Michael Hicks Doxford, Sir William Theodore Higginbottom, S. W.
Bignold, Arthur Duke, Henry Edward Hoare, Edw. Brodie (Hampstead
Boscawen, Arthur Griffith- Durning-Lawrence, Sir Edwin Hope, J. F. (Sheffield, Brightside
Broadhurst, Henry Fellowes, Hon. Ailwyn Edw. Hornby, Sir William Henry
Bryce, Rt. Hn. James Finlay, Sir Robert Bannatyne Horniman, Frederick John
Caldwell, James Flannery, Sir Fortescue Houldsworth, Sir Wm. Henry
Carson, Rt. Hon. Sir Edw. H. Foster, Philip S. (Warwick, S. W. Hoult, Joseph
Causton, Richard Knight Gardner, Ernest Johnston, William (Belfast)
Cavendish, V. C. W. (Derbyshire Gordon, Hn. J. E (Elgin & Nairn Jones, D. Brynmor (Swansea)
Cecil, Evelyn (Aston Manor) Cordon, J. (Londonderry, S.) Jones, William (Carnarvonshire
Cecil, Lord Hugh (Greenwich) Gorst, Rt. Hon. Sir John Eldon Lawson, John Grant
Chamberlain, Rt. Hn. J. (Birm. Goulding, Edward Alfred Layland-Barratt, Francis
Chamberlain J. Austen (Worc'r Greene, Henry D. (Shrewsbury Legge, Col. Hon. Heneage
Leveson-Gower, Frederick N. S. Moss, Samuel Smith, James Parker (Lanad)
Levy, Maurice Murray, Rt. Hn. A. G. (Bute) Smith, Hon. W. F. D. (Strand)
Lewis, John Herbert Murray, Col. W. (Bath) Spear, John Ward
Loder, Gerald Walter Erskine Nicol, Donald Ninian Stanley, Lord (Lancs.)
Lonsdale, John Brownlee Parkes, Ebenezer Talbot, Lord E. (Chichester)
Lough, Thomas Pretyman, Ernest George Talbot, Rt. Hn. J. G. (Oxf'd Univ-
Lowther, Rt. Hn. J W (Cum. Penr. Pryce-Jones, Lt.-Co. Edward Taylor, Theodore Cooke
Loyd, Archie Kirkman Purvis, Robert Tennant, Harold John
Lucas, Col. Francis (Lowestoft) Randles, John S. Thomas, J A. (Glamorgan Gower
Lucas, Reginald J. (Portsmouth Reid, James (Greenock) Tomlinson, Wm. Edw. Murray
Macartney, Rt. Hn. W. G. Ellison Remnant, James Farquharson Tritton, Charles Ernest
Macdona, John Cumming Rentoul, James Alexander Ure, Alexander
McIver, David (Liverpool) Ridley, Hon. M. W. (Stalyb'dge Valentia, Viscount
M'Arthur, Charles (Liverpool) Ritchie, Rt. Hn. C. Thomson Whitley, J. H. (Halifax)
Majendie, James A. H. Roberts, John H. (Denbighs.) Williams, Rt. Hn J. Powell- (Birm
Malcolm, Ian Robertson, Herbert (Hackney) Wilson, Fred W. (Norfolk, Mid.)
Middlemore, John T. Royds, Clement Molyneux Wodehouse, Rt. Hn. E. R. (Bath)
Moon, Edward Robert Pacy Rutherford, John Wyndham, Rt. Hon. George
Moore, William (Antrim, N.) Sackville, Col. S. G. Stopford-
More, Robt. Jasper (Shropshire) Seely, Capt. J. E. B. (I. of Wight TELLERS FOR THE AYES—Sir William Walrond and Mr. Hayes Fisher.
Morgan, D. J. (Walthamstow) Sharpe, William Edward T.
Morris, Hon. Martin Henry F. Sinclair, John (Forfarshire)
Morton, E. J. C. (Devonport) Skewes-Cox, Thomas
Abraham, William (Cork, N. E.) Hammond, John O'Dowd, John
Barry, E. (Cork, S.) Hayden, John Patrick O'Kelly, Conor (Mayo, N.)
Boyle, James Healy, Timothy Michael O'Kelly, James (Roscommon, N.
Burke, E. Haviland- Joyce, Michael O'Malley, William
Campbell, John (Armagh S.) Leamy, Edmund O'Mara, James
Channing, Francis Allston Lundon, W. O'Shaughnessy, P. J.
Clancy, John Joseph M'Fadden, Edward Power, Patrick Joseph
Cogan, Denis J. M'Govern, T. Reddy, M.
Condon, Thomas Joseph M'Killop, W. (Sligo, North) Redmond, John E. (Waterford)
Crean, Eugene Murnaghan, George Roche, John
Cullinan, J. Murphy, John Sheehan, Daniel Daniel
Delany, William Nannetti, Joseph P. Sullivan, Donal
Dillon, John Nolan, Joseph (Louth, South) Tully, Jasper
Doogan, P. C. O'Brien, Kendal (Tipperary Mid White, Patrick (Meath, North)
Duffy, William J. O'Brien, P. J. (Tipperary, N.) Wilson, Henry J. (York. W. R.)
Field, William O'Connor, James (Wicklow, W.)
Flavin, Michael Joseph O'Doherty, William TELLERS FOR THE NOES—Captain Donelan and Mr. Patrick O'Brien.
Flynn, James Christopher O'Donnell, John (Mayo, S.)
Gilhooly, James O'Donnell, T. (Kerry, W.)

Question put, and agreed to.