Sir John Leng

1828 - December 13, 1906
Summary information for Sir John Leng



Embargo on Canadian Cattle Importation. Commons February 20, 1905

Railway Construction in Cutch. Commons February 21, 1905

Post Office and National Telephone Company's Employees Commons May 4, 1905

Underground Cable to Glasgow. Commons May 23, 1905

COMMITTEE (ASCENSION DAY). Commons May 31, 1905

Importation of Canadian Cattle. Commons June 7, 1905

South African War Stores Contracts Commons June 27, 1905

NAVY ESTIMATES, 1905–6. Commons June 29, 1905

Submarines—Utility in Naval Warfare— Japanese Experiences. Commons July 3, 1905

Postage on Printed Matter to Canada. Commons July 5, 1905

War Stores Inquiry—Investigations in South Africa. Commons July 6, 1905

Vaccination Prosecutions at Dundee. Commons July 10, 1905

Scottish Churches Bill—Government Amendments. Commons July 10, 1905

Utility of Submarines. Commons July 12, 1905

Submarine Hatches. Commons July 12, 1905

Canadian Cattle—Embargo on Importation. Commons July 12, 1905

Canadian Cattle. Commons July 13, 1905

France and Germany and the Conference relative to Morocco — Anglo-French Convention. Commons July 17, 1905

Submarines—Number of Men allowed on Board in addition to Crew Commons July 20, 1905

Accidents to Submarines—Methods of Escape for Crews. Commons July 20, 1905

Privy Council and List of Poisons Commons July 26, 1905

Calcutta Jute Tax. Commons July 31, 1905

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