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With that act of Parliament the opponents of the stage won the day, and for more than two decades after that England had no legitimate public drama.
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With his party divided, Gladstone prepared to dissolve Parliament on the issue of the House of Lords ' veto, but was compelled to resign in March 1894 by his colleagues, being replaced by Lord Rosebery.
With the Charter petition rejected by Parliament and another prominent Chartist, Henry Vincent, arrested in the summer of 1839 for making inflammatory speeches, the physical force Chartists started organising.
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With the Aire and Calder Canal rebuilding its main line, the Calder and Hebble sought an Act of Parliament to effectively abandon the river, but this was modified, as the needs of mill owners and others who owned property on the river banks were recognised.
With no chance of regaining his judicial posts, he instead returned to Parliament, where he swiftly became a leading member of the opposition.
With Parliament not reaching a decision, they re-worked their plan, which was now for a canal from Haddesley to Selby, with a new cut from Ferrybridge to Beal, and improvements above Castleford.
With continued growth in mineral traffic the canal became unable to cope and, in 1858, a further Act of Parliament was obtained to authorise the construction of the Liskeard and Looe Railway which connected with the Liskeard and Caradon Railway at Moorswater.
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