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‘‘ PARLIAMENTARY DE BATEs,” will be attended to.
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THE present Volume will be found to contain much new matter. Among the many valuable Debates in both Houses now, for the first time, presented to the Public in a collected form, are the following: viz. The Debates on the Clandestine Marriage Bill—on the Repeal of the Jews' Naturalization Bill— on the Bills for extending the Mutiny Act to the East and West Indies—on the Oxfordshire Election — on the Management of the Lottery — on the Treaties with Russia and Hesse Cassel— on the Bristol Nightly Watch Bill—on the Militia Bill—and on the Bill for speedily Manning the Navy.
As many enquiries have been made respecting The Secker MANUscript *, containing the Debates in the House of Lords,
from 1735 to 1743, the Public are informed that it is deposited in the British Museum.
* See the Preface to Volume XII.
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