3 edition of Speeches by Mr. Mulock in the House of Commons in the session of 1895 found in the catalog.
Speeches by Mr. Mulock in the House of Commons in the session of 1895
Mulock, William Sir
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The collection comprises recordings of 14 historic speeches given to the UK House of Commons between and Main Article Primary Sources (1) Michael Sadler, speech in the House of Commons, 16th March The parents rouse them in the morning and receive them tired and exhausted after the day has closed; they see them droop and sicken, and, in many cases, become cripples and die, before they reach their prime; and they do all this, because they must otherwise starve.
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The object of this bill was to extend the term of copyright in a book to sixty years, reckoned from the death of the writer.
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