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beyond the month of June. But, on the present occasion, the greater degree of labour required in the composition of the volume rendered it impossible to complete it by the usual time. Had we attempted to hasten the period of our publication by a few weeks, we could not have presented to our readers so faithful and distinct a narrative of the business of the year as that which we now lay before them.
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Bill to prevent Bribery at Elections—Resolutions against Bribery—Lord
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/Address in the House of Lords, moved by Lord King—Amendment on the Address in the House of Commons, moved by Mr. Hume—Amend-
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The United States.—Negotiations with Britain regarding the Colonial