[from Cubbon - Bibliography, Vol 1, 1933]

THE LEGISLATURE.

[D 151] HISTORICAL.

KENYON (Roger). 'The Manner of his Lordship's [the Earl of Derby's] goeing to the Tinwall.' In The MSS. of Lord Kenyon : Hist. MS. Com. 14th rep. app. pt. iv. [5186]

Royal Proclamation, 1765, ' for continuing officers in the Isle of Man.' In Train's Hist. i, 257-9.

The Tynwald Hill Ceremonial. In Feltham, Mx Soc. vi, 128-131.

The Tynwald at Killabban, Baldwin. In Mx Soc. x-xi, 27-30.

Order of Procession at Tynwald, 1770. In Mx Soc. xix, 33-48.

The Old Chapel at St. John's (illus.) In Mx Soc. xix, 49-64.

Of the Twenty-hour Keyes. [Blundell c. 1680.] In Mx Soc. xxvii, 76-8.

Tynwald : the manner of making of Statutes. [ Blundell c. 1680.] In Mx Soc. xxvii, 100-2.

The Constitution of the Isle of Man. Ed. Richard Sherwood. In Mx Soc. xxxi.

The Status of the Keys. In Mx Soc. xxxi, 6 et seq.

The Membership of the Legislative Council. In Mx Soc. xxxi, 26 et seq.

MOORE (Thomas, Deemster). The Constitution of Man, 1791. In Mx Soc. xxxi, 70-80, 126-138.

BUSK (Sir Wadsworth, Attorney-General). Letters on the Constitution, 1791. In Mx Soc. xxxi, 81-124.

QUAYLE (John, Clerk of the Rolls). On the Constitution, 1791. In Mx Soc. xxxi, 139-150.

TAUBMAN (John, Speaker). On the Constitution, 1791. In Mx Soc. xxxi, 151-7.

HARRISON (William). Records of Tynwald. Mx Soc. xix,

The Oaths of the Governor, the Bishop, the Keys, the Archdeacon, Vicars-General, Attorney-General, Comptroller and Clerk of the Rolls, Receiver-General and Collector, the Deemsters, Water-Bailiff, both before and after the Revestment. In 'Mx Soc. xxxi, 164-193.

Commissions of the Governor, Deemster, Attorney-General, Receiver-General, Comptroller and Clerk of the Rolls, Water-Bailiff and Collector, Major-General, 1764. In Mx Soc. xxxi, 194-205.

List of Proceedings or Acts of the Governor and Council, extracted from the Records, 1583-1774. In Mx Soc. xxxi, 224-231.

Lieut-Governor Alex. Shaw on the Constitution, Laws, etc. In Mx Soc. xxxi, 273-283.

The meaning of the word 'Keys.' In A. W. M. Hist. 160-1.

The Civil Constitution, before and since the Revestment. In A. W. M. Hist. 737-841.

The Deemsters. See A. W. M. Hist. 152, 324, 342, 346, 358, 744, 799, 836, 802, 834.

Records of the House of Keys. In A. W. M. Notes and Docs. 8-10.

Letter [marked 'confidential'] from the Governor [Loch] to the Secretary of State on the subject of the proposed change in the Constitution, dated 30th April, 1881. pp. 4. 330x210. [6134, D 154]

GELL (Sir James, Attorney-General). Report on the Constitution of the Isle of Man . . . . . and more especially on several points in relation to the Council, dated 20th July, 1881, and addressed to the Lieut.-Governor [Loch]. London: Vacher & Sons. 1881. pp. 24. 330x210. [6134, D 154]
A valuable historical treatise.

The Constitution of the Council : Letters [marked ' confidential'] between the Governor [Loch] and the Under J Secretary of State, dated Aug.-Sept. 1881. pp. 4. 330x210. [6134, D 154]

GELL (Sir James, H.M. Attorney-General). The Isle of Man: The Titles and Powers of Governors of the Island An Historical Inquiry. (Reprinted from I.M. Times, Sept. 12th, 1885. J. Brown & Son. 1885. pp. 14. 250x155. [104, D 151]

MOORE (A. W., M.A.. S.H.K.). The Tynwald. In Trans. Folk-lore Congress, 1891, pp. 379-384.

MOORE (A. W., F.R.H.S.). The House of Keys: its origin and Constitution. In Y.L.M. i, 245-9, 1894.

The Constitution of the Isle of Man. See Walpole, Land of Home Rule, 260-280.

KNOX (A.). The Tynwald Court. In The Globe of 5th July, 1898. [4656, D 151]

TALBOT (Rev. Theophilus). The Tynwald at St. John's, etc. In Manx Surt, 2nd July, 1900.

RING (George Alfred, Attorney-General). The Legislature and Judicature of the Isle of Man. In Law Mag. and Rev. vol. 27. 1902. [D 274]

SAVAGE (Rev. Canon Ernest B., M.A.). The Use of Rushes on Tynwald Day. In Mx Ch. Mag., July 1903. [L6]

FARRENT (R. D.). The Constitution of the Isle of Man. In Law Quart. Rev. July 1909. [D 274]

KERMODE (P. M. C., M.A.). Tynwald. In Proc. of meeting of Roy. Soc. of Antiquaries of Ireland, 1910. Changes in the Ceremony at Tynwald on 5th July, 1910, made by order of the Lieut.-Governor. pp. 1. 330x210. [6120/1, D 151]

Tynwald Court, St. John's, 11th May, 1910: Order of Procedure. pp. 2. 330x205. [6120/1, D 151]

Tynwald Court Ceremony at St. John's on Tynwald Day Government Minute, dated 22nd June, 1910. B. & S, pp. 2. 330x205. [6120/1, D 151]

Tynwald Court Ceremony : Order of Procedure to be observed at the Tynwald Court at St. John's on Sept. 5th, 1911 . . . dated 14th Aug., 1911. B. & S. pp. 4. 330x205. 16120/1, D 1511

CLUCAS (G. Fred., M.A., S.H.K.). Our National Legislatare. In Mannin, 475-480. [L 6]

KNEEN (J. J.). Tynwald, its origin and antiquity. In I.M. Ex. 10th July, 1920. [4673, D 151]

CLUCAS (G. Fred., M.A., S.H.K.). Tynwald in Ancient Days. In Proc. ii, 160-3, 1923.

__Tynwald. Ramsey : Courier Office. 1925. pp. 26. 225x145. [4846, D 151]

CUBBON (William). The Tynwald Ceremony. In I.M.T. 4th July, 1925.

FARRANT (Deemster R. D.). The Deemster. In Law Quar. Rev. April 1926. London: Stevens & Sons Ltd. 1926. pp. 230-236. 255x155. [5365, D 1511

KERMODE (P. M. C., M.A.). i, Tynwald; ii, The Arms of Man. B. &- S. 1927. pp. 8. 215x142. [F 64]

SHIMMIN (Christopher R., H.K.). The Island of Iceland. In I.M.T. 12th Oct., 1929.

Report of the Tynwald Delegation to Icelandic Millenary Celebrations. Presented to Tynwald. 1931. pp. 7. 245x188. 3d. [D 151]
The delegation was composed of the Deemster Farrant and the Speaker, G. F. Clucas.

See also Commissioners Rep. 1792, and Manx Soc. works.

[D152] DOMESTIC.

KENYON (Roger). The Manner of his Lordship's [the Earl of Derby's] goeing to the Tinwall, from Castle Rushen, 1691. In Hist. MS. Com. 14th Rep. pt. iv, 1894. pp. 255-8. [5898, H 378]
Roger Kenyon was Governor 1691-3. This vol. contains a large number of contemporary letters from and to Kenyon relative to Man.

BALDWIN (John). A New Act / of an / Inferior Parliament / or probably / An Act of Arbitrary Power / lately made in / the / Isle of Man / to imprison / All Women under Covert / Baron, natives of that / Isle only excepted / for Debts contracted / singly by their Husbands, / exemplified in the case / of an English Gentlewoman ,/ already 15 months a / Prisoner, &c. 1748 8vo. This is not in Library.

__Liberty Invaded / or the / Remarkable Case / of an / English Lady / Presumptuously held / In a Slavish Imprisonment, / within these / His Majesty's Dominions, / without Crime Against, / or / Any Demand Upon Her /' Addressed to the / Honourable House of Commons. London: W. Owen. 1750-1. pp. viii,86. 185x110. [2091, D 152]
Scarce. Relates to the imprisonment of Mrs. Mary Hingston, of Bristol, in the Isle of Man for the debts of her husband.

__British Liberty / in / Chains / and / England's Ruin on the Anvil, / in the / Isle of Man / now commonly called the Little - France. Vincit amor Patrice: Virg. Æn./ (Price One Shilling and Six-pence.) London: G. Woofall. 1755. pp. i,94. 195x110. [1732, 2092, D 152]
Scarce. Relates to the imprisonment of Mrs. Mary Hingston, of Bristol, in the Isle of Man for the debts of her husband.

'AN IMPARTIAL HAND' [Searle, C.] A Short View / of the / Present State / of the / Isle of Man; / humbly submitted / to the / consideration of the Right Honourable / The Lords of His Majesty's / Board of Treasury. By An Impartial Hand. Salus Populi, Suprema Lex. / Printed in the year M,DCC,LXVII. [No printer's name.] 1767. pp. 24. 200x125. [2093, G.W.W. Coll. D152]
The author was the then Attorney-General in Man, C. Searle. The work is very rare. The author makes some severe strictures upon the then existing laws, and the manner in which they were administered, referring particularly to the Deemsters, to Juries, and to the Spiritual Courts and their officers.,
In 1929 was presented to the Library of the Museum the MS. of a pamphlet, sarcastically written, entitled " An Answer to a late Scurrilous Pamphlet entitled ' A Short View of the Present State of Man.' Humbly submitted to all the world. By a Manks Man. Nil habes infelix Pauertas dureus in se Quam quod Ridiculos Hominet facit.-Hor." The writer of the MS. appears to be the Rev. James Wilks, Vicar of Kirk Michael (1752-1771), and Vicar-General.

The House of Keys, List of, 1798. The Keys and the Act of Settlement, 1703. In Feltham, Mx Soc. vi, 121-5.

STOWELL (Kermotte). A / Letter / addressed to the / Hon. John Moore / (one of the Hon. Commissioners of Harbours) embracing / Various Subjects. / By Kermotte Stowell. / Presented to . . . . / By the Society for upholding the Rights of the People./ Dublin Printed by William Espy, 14 Cork Hill. 1815. pp. 32. 230x140. [1243, D 152]
Scarce. The subject of the pamphlet is an alleged libel by a writer in the ' I.M. Weekly Gazette.'

Rules of the Society for upholding the Rights of the People. Dublin. pp. 2. 4to. Not in Library.

DUGGAN (John). The Proceedings of a Meeting held in the Court-house, Douglas, on Monday evening, 11th July, 1836; in which is contained the speech of Mr. John Duggan, with an Appeal to his Countrymen. Douglas G. Jefferson, Duke-street. 1836. pp 12. 180x110. [4898, D 152]
The booklet was dedicated to Lieut.-General Goldie, Speaker of the House of Keys, and the 'profits (if any) will be given to that excellent charity the Ladies' Soup Dispensary.'

Petition for a popularly-elected House of Keys, directed to His Excell. Col. John Ready, Governor. N.D. [c. 1840] Broadside. 330x205. [6120, D 152]
The form for signature has a blank for the name of the parish.

HILLARY (Sir William, Baronet). Memorial addressed to the Lieut.-Governor, the Members of the Council and Keys. Douglas: Robert Fargher. 1844. Broadside. 210x125. [2066, B 162]

BLUETT (J. C., Advocate). The Constitution of the House of Keys; and the Inexpediency and Danger of changing it: in Two Letters. Letter First, and Letter Second. P. Curphey & Co., Manx Sun. 1844. pp. 36; 36. 200x120. [4907, D 152]

ADAMSON (Lawrence, a student of Manx Law). The People's Case : An Answer to the Letters of J. C. Bluett, Advocate, on the Constitution of the House of Keys, Mannagh vow cliaghtey cliaghtey, nee cliaghtey coe. Manx adage. Douglas : Robert Fargher. 1845. pp. 60. 215x130. [4907, D 152]
The translation of the above adage is : 'if custom begets not custom, custom will weep.'

DUGGAN (John). The Touchstone: or A Review of J. C. Bluett's Two Letters in Defence of the House of Keys; with important extracts from the Reply of Counsel, and Correspondence, in re Miss Ritchie v. Bluett, before the House of Keys on the 26th and 27th February, 1823. Douglas : Penrice & Wallace, Liberal Office. 1845. pp. 48. 220x135. [4907, D 152]
The writer describes Mr. :Bluett's pamphlet as- " the dearest sixpennyworth that was ever attempted to be forced down the throats of Manxmen,' and describes in detail the indiscretions of Bluett while a young man.

Petition to His Excellency Colonel John Ready, from the Inhabitants, praying for a popularly-elected House of Keys. No printer's name or date. c. 1850. p. 1. 330x200. [6120, D 1,52 G.F.C. Coll.]

Tynwald Ceremony at St. John's, with woodcuts. In Illus. Lon. News, 1849 and 1857. [3030, L 6]

The Manx Tynwald. In Leisure Hour, 9th Aug., 1860, and 23rd July, 1864. [3030, L 6]

Standing Orders of the House of Keys under the House of Keys Election Act, 1866, adopted and confirmed by the House on the 29th October, 1867. Printed for the use of the members. Harriet Curphey. 1867. pp. 24. 235x150. [485, D 152]

GELL (,Sir James). House of Keys: Acts of Tynwald levying money for the payment of its expenses. In Mx Soc. xii, 232-4.

Removal of Courts from Castletown to Douglas: Report of the Commission for the purpose of making Enquiry with reference to the Removal of the principal Courts of justice from Castletown to Douglas, dated 9th April, ]868. Harriet Curphey. 1868. pp. 23. 245x150. [6121, D 152]
The report is signed by James Gel], W. Baring Woods [Stevenson] and Evan Gell., It contains much information as to how the proposed change would affect the country population.

Order of Service to be used in St. John's Chapel. George and Robert Johnson. c. 1870. pp. 12. 210x130. [1511, D 152]

Standing Orders of the Tynwald Court With reference to Railway Bills. B. & S. 1871. pp. 18. 250x155. [4276, D 152]

Reports upon Building requirements for the House of Keys and Tynwald Court, dated 8th April, 1884. B. & S. pp. 7. 330x210. [6120, D 152]
The plans of George Kay were recommended ; the entire cost was estimated at 1,150.

The Debates of the Legislature, from 1887.

WHEATLEY (Richard). Home Rule in Man. In Harper's New Monthly Mag. Sept. 1887; pp. 513-520. Illus.

Court House, Douglas: Report of Committee of Tynwald on the alterations, dated 21st Dec. 1887. p. 1. 330x210. [6120, D 152]

Standing Orders of the Tynwald Court, relating to petitions, private bills, and private business. B. & S. 1888. pp. 24. 240x145. [488, D 152]
There was also an impression in 1889.

Public Offices Stamps: Regulations made directing the payment of Fees by means of Stamps, dated 6th March, 1889. pp. 2. 330x210. [6120, D 152]

New Rolls and Record Offices: Report of Committee of Tynwald, dated 31st October, 1889. p. l. 330x210. [6120, D 152]

Tynwald : Draft Orders, Rules, and Forms of Proceeding of the Tynwald Court. Undated. No printer's name. [c. 1890] pp. 19. 330x210. [6123, D 152]

Memorandum of the Lieut.-Governor on Custom-house Accommodation at Douglas, dated 24th Oct., 1890. B. & S. pp. 2. 330x210. [6120, D 152]

MOORE (A. W., Speaker). Extracts from the journals of the Self-Elected House of Keys. B. & S. N.D. [c. 1890] pp. 122. 240x150. [3914, D 152]

Tynwald Court and House of Keys: Report on Plans for increased accommodation, dated 22nd January, 1891. p. 1. 330x210. [6120, D152]

Tynwald Hill : Report of Committee of Tynwald on the improving of the Ceremonial observances at the Promulgation ceremony, dated 23rd January, 1891. B. & S. 1891. pp. 2. 330x210. [6120, D 152]

LAUGHTON (A. N., High-Bailiff of Peel). Government by Party. In Westminster Rev. Oct. 1894. [4968, D 152]

Manx Help to England in 1798. In Mx Ch. Mag. Ap. 1895. [L6]
This refers to a personal gift of 175 by the members of the House of Keys, 'having no public funds at their disposal.' The contribution was towards the expenses incurred in preparing for the threatened French invasion.

Standing Orders of the House of Keys. Printed for the use of the members. Second ed. B. & S. N.D. [c. 1895] pp. 24. 245x150. [1598, D 154]

Abstracts of Acts for Promulgation in English and Manx, 1896 onwards. B. & S. 330x200. [6062, H 140]
Missing : 1903, 1913, 1917. It is not known when the series commenced.

Report of Committee of Tynwald to report upon proposals for the Selection of Committees and Boards of Tynwald. May, 1897. 13. & S. pp. 2. 330x210. [6125, D 152]

Legislation from 1898 to 1910. An account of 120 Acts passed in this period, the source of the Bill, and their purport. In Dep. Com. Rep. on Constitution ii, 250. [6133, D 153]

Tynwald Court : Order of Service to be used in St. John's Chapel on such occasions as the Tynwald Court meet there. G. & L. Johnson. 1900; also 1910. pp. 12. 190x125. [4550, D 152]

The Little Parliaments of England, by H. C. Davidson and J. M. Lainé. (Illus.) In Royal Mag. July 1901. [3031,L.6]

Tynwald Day: programme of the proceedings. Douglas,Cubbon & Lightfoot. 1901. pp. 10. 185x125. [4981, D 152]

Coronation Celebrations : Report of the joint Committee :to consider and report upon the question of the celebration of the Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, dated 11th April, 1902. B. & S. pp. 3. 330x205. [6120, D 152]

Form of Prayer to be used by the House of Keys at the commencement of each Session. B. & S. 1902. pp. 10. 130x100. [1664, D 152]

NORRIS (S.). Manxland's Home-Rule Parliament. Norris-Meyer Press. 1903. pp. 36. [4978, D 152]

Report of Committee of Tynwald to report on the publication of the Debates of the Legislature, dated 10th March, 1903. B. & S. pp. 3. 330x210. [6127, D 152]

Election of Boards and Committees: Report of the Committee of Tynwald to consider and report as to the best method of Voting in the Court on questions relating to the appointment of members of Boards and Committees, dated 28th April, 1903. B. & S. pp. 3. 330x205. [6120, D 152]

House of Keys : standing orders. B. & S. 1903.pp. 82,xviii. 180x115. [326, D 152]

Tynwald : standing orders, rules, forms of procedure relating to public business. 6th April, 1906. B. & S. pp. 55. 330x210. [6129, D 152]

Manx Political Tracts, 1 to 16, ed. by Ben Cormode. Not in Library.

Tynwald Court: standing orders, rules and forms of procedure, approved 27th Oct., 1908. B. & S. pp. 56. 245x150. [6130, D 152]

Return of attendances and divisions of the House of Keys, 1903-1908. pp. 3. 330x205. [6120, D 152]

Murray House: Report of Committee of Tynwald on adapting Murray House as offices. Jan. 1911. B. & S. pp. 3. 330x210. [6131, D 152]

Tynwald Court: Order of procedure at St. John's, 11th May, 1910. pp. 2. 330x20. [6130, D 152]

Tynwald Court: Changes in the ceremony on Tynwald Day, 1910. By order of the Lieut.-Governor, 22nd June, 1910. B. & S. pp. 2. 330x210. [6130, D 152]

Bills passed by the Council and rejected by the Keys, and Bills passed by the Keys and rejected by the Council, 18991910. In Dep. Com. Rep. on Constitution, ii, 289. 1912.

SIMPSON (H. Derwent). A Protest [against the 'Annexation' suggestion]. In Mannin, 481-5. [L.6]

NORRIS (Samuel). Manx Home Rule in Practice. In Manx Patriot.

TEARE (A. H., M.H.K. for Ramsey). A Manx National Party : suggested ideals and policy : government of the people by the people : the proposed Cabinet : an elaborate reform programme. Ramsey Courier. 1919. Broadside. 650x570. [4423, D 152]

The Rights and Privileges of the House of Keys : Report of a Committee of the Keys appointed to consider what further steps can be taken to restore and maintain its rights and privileges in Tynwald. In Deb. vol. 37, 1920.

Relief of Rates Act : Report of committee and estimates of financial requirements of local authorities for the year 1920-21. B.& S. 1920. pp. 21. 325x205. [262, D 152]
The object of the Tynwald Court Committee was to ascertain whether adequate steps were being taken by the local authorities to meet their financial requirements.

Public Works: Report of Tynwald Court Committee to advise His Excellency what-public works should be under taken in the interests of the Island and in what order of precedenice, taking into consideration the abnormal conditions as regards difficulties of supplies of material, high prices, and shortage of skilled labour. In Debates, 38. 1921.

Legislative Debates : Report of Committee on publication, dated 22nd July, 1921. S. K. B. pp. 2. 240x180. [6120, D 152]

Standing Orders of Tynwald. B. & S. 1922. pp. 58. 240x150. [487, D 152]

Standing Orders of the House of Keys : Alterations suggested by a Committee of the House. N.D. [ ? 1923] p. 1.330x205. [6120, D 152]

"ORRY " (M. L. C.). Pictures in Tynwald. In M. Hld. 24th Feb., 1924. [1637, D 152]

Appointment of Members of Boards and Committees of Tynwald, under Standing Order 83a, dated 18th Nov., 1924. B. & S. pp. 3. 240x180. [6120, D 152]

Gov. Circular: Arrangements for the arrival of His Excellency Sir Claude Hill, K.C.S.I., C.I.E., on May 17th, 1926,dated 30th April, 1926. Vic. Press. 1926. pp. 2. 330x205. [6120, D 152]

Standing Orders : Alterations suggested by Committee. B. & S. N.D. [ 1928] 240x180. [6120, D 152]

Appointment of Members of Boards of Tynwald : report upon, dated 5th December, 1929. pp. 4. [6120, D 152]

Standing Orders : report of Committee of the Keys, dated 2nd October, 1930. pp. 2. [6120, D 152] Ouse of Keys Chamber : report of the Committee, dated 4th April, 1931.

Report of the Commission on the Financial Relations between the Isle of Man Revenue and the Local Authorities and Public Services. Laid before Tynwald. B. & S. 1931. pp. 22. 247x185.

Official Government Papers i, 1863 to 1875. [6121, D 152]
__ii, 1876 to 1880. [6122, D 152]
__iii, 1881 to 1890. [6123, D 152]
__iv, 1891 to 1895. [6124, D 152]
__v, 1896 to 1898. [6125, D 152]
__vi, 1899 to 1901. [6126, D 152]
__vii, 1902 to 1903. [6127, D 152]
__viii, 1904 to 1905. [6128, D 152]
__ ix, 1906 to 1907. [6129, D 152]
__ x, 1908 to 1910. [6130, D 152]
__ xi, 1911 to 1915. [6131, D 152]
__ xii, 1916 to 1919. [6132, D 152] The contents of these volumes are classified under the headings D 152 to D 426.

Tynwald Court: Votes and Proceedings, 1920-1930. Legislative Council: Votes and Proceedings, 1920-1 onwards.

House of Keys: Summary of Minutes of Public Proceedings, 1920-1 onwards.

Tynwald Court: Agendas, 1920-1 onwards. Legislative Council: Agendas, 1920 onwards. House of Keys: Agendas, 1920-1 onwards. Petitions to Tynwald, etc., 1920 onwards.

[D 152/1] DEBATES.

Debates in the Manx Legislature. Vol. 1. From Nov. 24th, 1887, to Dec. 21st, 1887. B. & S. pp.ii,155. 240x150.
__ Vol. 2. Jan. 17, 1888, to July 25, 1888, viii,692.
__ Vol. 3. Oct. 19 to Dec. 19, 1888, viii,384.
__ Vol. 4. Jan. 15 to July 16, 1889, x,612.
__ Vol. 5. Oct. 31 to Dec. 17, 1889, v,235.
__ Vol. 6. Jan. 14 to July 31, 1890, viii,875.
__ Vol. 7. Oct. 15 to Dec. 19, 1890, v,363.
__ Vol. 8.Not in Library.
__ Vol. 9. May 14, 1891, to July 12, 1892, v,884.
__ Vol. 10. Oct. 20, 1892, to July 20, 1893, vi,1108.
__ Vol. 11. Oct. 27, 1893, to July 10, 1894, iv,660.
__ Vol. 12. Oct. 18, 1894, to July 31, 1895, vii,670.
__ Vol. 13. Oct. 11, 1895, to July 30, 1896, vi,674.
__ Vol. 14. Oct. 28, 1896, to July 22, 1897, viii,743.
__ Vol. 15. Nov. 12, 1897, to Aug. 9, 1898, x,561.
__Vol. 16. Nov. 29, 1898, to July 20, 1899, x,807.
__ Vol. 17. Nov. 7, 1899, to Aug. 7, 1900, xii,612.
__ Vol. 18. Oct. 11, 1900, to July 12, 1901, xiv,873.
__ Vol. 19. Oct. 29, 1901, to July 5, 1902, xiii,653.
Tynwald Court reports appear for the first time in the Debates.
__ Vol. 20. Aug. 22, 1902, to Oct. 13, 1903, to the Dissolution of the House of Keys. xvi,1288. No Tynwald Court reports are in this volume.
__ Vol. 21. Dec. 2, 1903, to Sept. 27, 1904, xvii,996.
__ Vol. 22. Nov. 1, 1904, to July 7, 1905, xiv,1020.
__ Vol. 23. Oct. 24, 1905, to July 5, 1906, xiii,838.
__ Vol. 24. Oct. 16, 1906, to July 6, 1907, xvi,1258.
__ Vol. 25. Oct. 11, 1907, to Oct. 27, 1908, xv,1399.
__ Vol. 26. Nov. 24, 1908, to July 9, 1909, xii,1122. There are no Tynwald Court reports in this volume.
__ Vol. 27. Oct. 12, 1909, to Sept. 27, 1910, x1,1290.
__ Vol. 28. Nova 8, 1910, to Sept. 5, 1911, x,797.
__ Vol. 29. Sept. 17, 1911, to July 30, 1912, xviii,584. This volume commences the larger size, 240x180
__ Vol. 30. Nov. 19, 1912, to the dissolution of the Keys, Oct. 1913. xvi,551.
__ Vol. 31. Dec. 2, 1913, to July 8, 1914, xvii,582.
__ Vol. 32. Sept. 18, 1914, to July 13, 1915, xx,441.
__ Vol. 33. Aug. 17, 1915, to Aug. 16, 1916, xx,626.
__ Vol. 34. Oct. 10, 1916, to Aug. 14, 1917, xviii,324.
__ Vol. 35. Sept. 11, 1917, to Aug. 13, 1918, xv,596.
__ Vol. 36. Oct. 5, 1918, to Dec. 14, 1919, xv,860.
__ Vol. 37. Nov. 11, 1919, to July 10, 1920, xvii,1033.
__ Vol. 38. Oct. 5, 1920, to July 12, 1921, xix,965.
__ Vol. 39. Oct. 18, 1921, to July 11, 1922, xix,1035.
__ Vol. 40. Oct. 17, 1922, to July 20, 1923, xvi,966.
__ Vol. 41. Oct. 16, 1923, to dissolution of the Keys , Oct. 14, 1924. xvii,883.
__ Vol. 42. Nov. 18, 1924, to July 7, 1925, xv,575.
__ Vol. 43. Oct. 13, 1925, to July 6, 1926, xvi,878.
__Vol. 44. Oct. 12, 1926, to July 6, 1927, xvii,879.
__Vol. 45. Oct. 11, 1927, to Aug. 10, 1928, xviii,1058
__ Vol. 46. Oct. 16, 1928, to dissolution, Oct. 14, 1929. viii,1204.
__ Vol. 47. Dec. 6, 1929, to July 8, 1930, xviii,815.
__ Vol. 48. Oct. 14, 1930, to July 9, 1931, xviii,714. It has been the custom to include in the volumes of Debates the Reports of the various Committees, etc.


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