The two first met several months ago, when Once was in rehearsals in Cambridge, Mass., and Hansard begrudgingly went to see it.
Recently Hansard has been carried on by a company, but the old name still remains.
It is writ large in Hansard, in the Blue-books, and in the daily journals.
Stockdale then brought a fresh action, and Hansard appealed to the House for protection.
Why was there no Hansard in that Institution of the Country?
No wonder that unimaginative men still believed that Hansard was a property with money in it.
Hansard and the newspapers record these battles in ample detail.
A debate on this question may be found in Hansard, May 30, 1893.
Floods of Hansard Debates every year, and apparently little else at present.
And yet it is not long ago since a Hansard was worth three times as much.