The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year 1803: From which Last-mentioned Epoch it is Continued Downwards in the Work Entitled "Hansard's Parliamentary Debates".

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T.C. Hansard, 1811
 

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Concerning the Pretenders Declaration
47
Jan 21 Concerning the printing of Layers Trial 55 58
53
Protest against the Number of the Land Forces for the Year 1723 60
65
PoinTED TO ExAMINE CHRISTop HER LAYER AND oth ERs
95
May 6
155
The Bishop of Rochester declines making his Defence at the
213
A Motion to resolve That certain Letters were not dictated
241
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245
Lord Lechmere moves That Kelly be examined at the Bar relat
289
1706
309
KINGS SPEECHES
353
PRINCIPAL OccumſtENcEs during the RecessThe King goes
365
The Kings Speech on Opening the Session 37 2
371
Mar 16 Against the Mutiny Bill 392
391
The Kings Speech at the Close of the Session
393
1725
409
28
411
Concerning the Masters in Chancery
415
1725
437
Thomas Lord Parker May 12 Created Viscount Parker
447
Relating to the Civil List Debts
449
Lord Finch offers to the Commons a Petition of Henry late Lord
455
Protests continued
469
The Earl of Macclesfields Fine applied to the Relief of
477
lº The Kings Speech at the Opening of the Session
491
Petition of Richard Hampden esq for a Bill to empower
513
For an Additional Number of Seamen 516
517
Jan 17 On Opening the Session
523
Jan 24 Against a liesolution approving of the Measures taken with
541
Motion relating to the Sum of 125000l charged for Extraordi
549
18
557
Debate in the Commons on a Motion for a Vote of Credit
563
Debate in the Lords on the Vote of CreditProtest thereon
565
Mar 21 On a Motion That the King of Spain be obliged to renounce
567
Accession of George the Second
579
GEORGE THE SEcoMD
589
On his Accession to the Crown
595
Sir Robert Walpoles Motion for settling on the King the entire
599
July 28 Sir Robert Walpole K G and Chancellor of the Exchequer
607
April 1
617
Jan 27 On Opening the Session 634
633
Feb 8 Charles Viscount Townshend vice Lord Stanhope
699
On a Motion to resolve That Admiral Hosiers Expedition
701
Of the Sixteen Peers of Scotland 628
703
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709
Second Report of the same
731
Vol WIII b
753
Against passing the Clause for granting 115000l to
759
The Kings Speech on Opening the Session
765
April 1 Thomas Holles Duke of Newcastle vice Lord Carteret
773
Jan 27 Against the Treaty of Seville
775
A Motion in the Lords for a List of Pensions passes in the Nega
791
Bill for the better regulating of Juries 802
803
PETITIONS
809
1723
819
Debate in the Lords on a Motion That the Maintenance
825
Protest on the said Motion passing in the Negative
827
1731
833
Feb 20 On the Rejection of the Pension Bill
855
FIFTH SESSION OF THE SEVENTH PARLIAMENT
859
Wol VIII
865
Coventry and Litch
901
Farther Debate in the Commons on the Number of Land Forces
913
Edward Chandler
927
The Proceedings relating to the Sale of the late Earl of Derwent
935
1732
989
Fees to be taken by the Officers and Servants of the House
995
Of the Committee of the House of Commons appointed to
1001
Speakers of THE House of CoMMons
1005
Protest against allowing above 12000 Men for the Army 1010
1009
A Bill for Securing the Freedom of Parliaments brought into
1025
CoMMIssioners for Executing the Office of Lord Hich
1043
Motion for restraining any Officer of the Salt Duty from being
1057
Farther Debate concerning Robinson and Thompson
1069
Of the Committee of the House of Commons relating to
1077
Lancelot Blackburn translated from
1119
Sir Robert Sutton and Sir Archibald Grant expelled the House
1161
YZ a Page
1177
GEORGE THE FIRST
1201
Mar G Debate in the Lords on the Number of the Land Forces
1235
1721 April 3 Robert Walpole esq Chancellor of the Exchequer
1311

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