Results 1–20 of 2438 for speaker:Mr James Lowther

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Yap Island. (21 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: The hon. Member will have to give notice of that question.

Oral Answers to Questions — League of Nations.: Court of International Justice. (21 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: The hon. Member had better give notice of that question. It does not arise out of the answer.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Unofficial Negotiations. (20 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: That hardly arises out of the question. That is a matter of opinion.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: LlEUT.-COMMANDER FRY. (20 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: We shall have another opportunity to continue the debate.

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Imprisonment of a Member. (20 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: informed the House that he had received the following letter relating to the arrest and internment of a Member:

Supply [18TH April]. (20 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: We are now discussing the Army Reserves.

High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division. (20 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: How does that matter arise on this Address? This relates to a, puisne judge, and not to the Lord Chief Justice.

High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division. (20 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: That is rather a strong hypothesis. Had that particular judge not been appointed, one of the other judges would have been appointed, and that would have led to exactly the same Address.

High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division. (20 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: That is not in any way relevant to this Motion.

High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division. (20 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: The hon. Gentleman's criticism is wholly irrelevant.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Collective Fines. (19 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: That is purely a matter for argument. It cannot be dealt with by question and answer.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Collective Fines. (19 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: It is a question which has already been put.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Collective Fines. (19 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: Not answered to the hon. and gallant Member's satisfaction, but it has been answered twice by the learned Attorney-General.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Shootings, Castleconnell: Cadets Trial. (19 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: This hardly arises out of this question.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Shootings, Castleconnell: Cadets Trial. (19 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: May I point out that if the hon. and gallant Member wants to put a question on general policy to the Attorney-General for Ireland or to anybody else, he ought to give notice of it in the ordinary way, and if it is of a very pressing nature, and he will give notice to me, I will see whether. it can be allowed at the conclusion of questions.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Shootings, Castleconnell: Cadets Trial. (19 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: Sir William Davison.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Shootings, Castleconnell: Cadets Trial. (19 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: The hon. and gallant Gentleman's tone is not such as commends itself to me.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Murder, Monaghan. (19 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: Will the Noble Lady put her question, without lecturing the House?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Emergency Measures (Weekly Cost). (19 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: That is a question for the Secretary of State for War.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Profiteering Acts. (18 Apr 1921)

Mr James Lowther: Notice of a question of that kind should have appeared on the Paper.


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