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THE present Volume brings the Parliamentary History of this Country down to the Year 1771; and, like the preceding Volumes, contains many interesting Debates which have never found their way into any former Collection. To enumerate them would be to exceed the limits of a Preface, but the Editor begs leave to call the particular attention of the Subscribers to
the following: viz. 1766. Feb. 10. Debate in the House of Lords, on the Power of the King to
make Laws and Statutes of sufficient force and validity to bind the Colonies and
People of America. This Debate is printed from a Manuscript in the Hardwicke
Collection; and contains the great Lord Camden’s first Speech in the House of Peers.
1768. Dec. 15. Minute of Proceedings in the House of Lords, respecting the Discontents in America. From the Hardwicke Papers.
1767. Nov. 24. Debate in the Commons on the Address of Thanks in Answer to the King's Speech.
1770. Jan. 9. Debate in the Commons on the Address of Thanks in Answer to the King's Speech.
Jan. 22. Debate in the Commons on the Choice of a Speaker.
Jan. 24. Debate in the Commons on a Motion for the Redress of Grievances previous to granting a Supply.
Jan. 25. Debate in the Commons on a Motion “That in Matters of Election this House is bound to judge according to the Law of the Land, &c.”
Feb. 12. Debate in the Commons on a Motion to disqualify Revenue Officers from voting at Elections.
Feb. 28. Debate in the Commons on the State of the Civil List.
March 5. Debate in the Commons on a Motion to repeal the American TeaDuty Bill.