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THE

ANNUAL REGISTER

1901

ALL THE VOLUMES OF THE NEW SERIES OF THE

ANNUAL REGISTER

1863 to 1900

MAY BE HAD

THE

ANNUAL REGISTER

REVIEW OF PUBLIC EVENTS AT HOME

AND ABROAD

FOR THE YEAR

1901

NEW SERIES

LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.

39 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON

NEW YORK AND BOMBAY
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, HAMILTON, KENT, & CO., LTD.; HOULSTON & SONS
SMITH, ELDER, & CO.; J. & E. BUMPUS, LTD.; H. SOTHERAN & Co.
BICKERS & SON; J. WHELDON & CO.; R. & T. WASHBOURNE

1902

CHAPTER II.

Departure of the German Emperor-Reinforcements for South Africa—Parlia-

ment Opened by the King - The King's Speech-The Address in the Lords-

Debates on the Address in the Commons: Discussions of the Conduct of the

War and Government Policy, Army Medical Service, China, Temperance,

Irish Questions, Gibraltar, Imperial and Indian Exchequers, and Military

Surrenders in South Africa - Address Carried–The Education (Cockerton)

Difficulty-Meeting of the General Committee, National Liberal Federation

-Resolution on the War and Government Policy-Sir H. Campbell-

Bannerman at Oxford-Progressive Triumph at London County Council

Elections — Church Questions — New Bishop of London – Far Eastern

Anxieties-Count von Bülow on Anglo-German Relations-Miners' Eight

Hours Bill Read a Second Time- Education Debate-Vote on Account

Closured-Violent Outbreak of Irish Members-New and Severe Standing

Order-War Office Debates in Lords—Lord Wolseley and Lord Lansdowne

-Army Estimates — Army Reorganisation Scheme Explained by Mr.

Brodrick-Civil List Committee Appointed—Sir H. Colvile's Case-Debate

on Army Reorganisation–Temperance Legislation-Navy Estimates-Mr.

Arnold-Forster's Speech-Discussions on West Africa, Transvaal Concessions

Commission, and Somaliland Expedition-Tien-tsin Difficulty Practically

Arranged-Debates on Navy and Irish Local Government-Lord Lansdowne

on the Chinese Situation-Cockerton Judgment Confirmed on Appeal-

Demise of the Crown Bill-Debate on the Failure of Peace Negotiations.

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