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29 Oct., 1926.

The Lord Chancellor.

Mr. Macmillan.

p. 393

The LORD CHANCELLOR: There is an interesting instance on record with regard to the payment of an ecclesiastic to purchase provisions at Rome. It was held that it did not mean that he was to buy food at Rome, but it meant that he was to buy benefices.

Mr. MACMILLAN : There are instances of words which may have all sorts of meanings ; you must find out from the context what the meaning is.

(Adjourned for a short time.)


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