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Mar. 27. Mr. Gilbert's Motion for a Committee on the Poor Laws ......... 51

Resolutions of the Committee on the Poor Laws..................... 546

Debate in the Commons on Mr. Hartley's Propositions for Con-

ciliation with America ...................

Small Notes Bill ..................... .......................... 574

29. Proceedings on the Bill to incapacitate the Voters of Hendon ...

30. Debate in the Commons on the Bill to restrain the Trade of the

Southern Colonies of America .........

............. 599

3. Debate in the Commons respecting the Charter of the Borough

of Saltash ....................

11. Debate in the Commons on the Bill to oblige the East India

Company to export a certain Quantity of English Manufactures

12. The King's Message for settling Buckingham House on the

Queen...........

May 3. The Budget .................................................................

4. Debate in the Lords on the Milford and Launditch Poor Bill ...

The Earl of Radnor's Protest against the Manchester Play-House

Bill ................

12. Debate in the Lords on the Manchester Play. House Bill ..........

The Earl of Radnor's Protest against committing the Manchester

Play House Bill .........................................................

15. Debate in the Commons on the Representation and Remon.

strance of the General Assembly of New York ..................

Representation and Remonstrance of the General Assembly of

the Colony of New York .................... ................... 650

17. Debate in the Lords on Lord Camden's Bill to repeal the Quebec La

Government Act ....................

18. Debate in the Commons on the Bill to repeal the Quebec Go-

vernment Act.........

.............

Debate in the Lords on the Memorial of the General Assembly

of New York ....

684

26. The Speaker's Speech to the King on presenting the Money Bills 693

The King's Speech at the Close of the Session ...................... 693

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Nov. 1. Debate in the Commons on the Navy Estimates..................... 84

2 Debate in the Commons on the Bill for Embodying the Militia... 846

7. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Temple Luttrell's Motion to

treat with the Americans ......... ................................ 803

8. Debate in the Commons on the Army Estimates .................. 870

Debate in the Lords on a Motion, “ That the Petition of the

Congress of America to the King affords Ground of Conci-

liation ..................

...........................................

13. Debate in the Commons on raising the Land-Tax to Four Shil-

lings in the Pound ........................................................ 936

15. Debate in the Lords on the Duke of Grafton's Motion respecting

the British Forces in America ......

16. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Burke's Bill for composing the

present Troubles in America.......................

20. Debate in the Commons on bringing in the American Prohi.
bitory Bill ........

.................
22. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Fox's Motion for an Account

of the Expence of the Army in America.......................... 1000

24. Debate in the Commons on the Bill of Indemnity for employing

Foreign Troops ...................................

27. Debate on Mr. Alderman Oliver's Motion respecting the Au.

thors and Advisers of the Measures against America............ 1005

29. Debate in the Commons on the Nova Scotia Petition ............ 1021

Debate in the Lords on the Bill of Indemnity for employing Fo-

reign Troops ................................................................. 1027

Dec. 1. Debate in the Commons on the American Prohibitery Bill ...... 1028

7. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Hartley's Propositions for Con-

ciliation with America

......... 1042

8. Debate in the Commons on the American Prohibitory Bill ...... 1056

15. Debate in the Lords on the American Prohibitory Bill ............ 1065

Protest against committing the American Prohibitory Bill ...... 1088

1. Further Debate in the Commons on the American Prohibitory

Bill ........

...... 1103

20. Debates in the Lords relative to the Trial of the Duchess of

Kingston....................................................................... 1 107

1776. .

Feb. 15. Debate in the Commons relative to a Message sent to the Par.

liament of Ireland concerning the Employment of Foreign

Troops ......................................................................... 1128

20. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Fox's Motion for an Enquiry

into the Causes of the ill Success of the British Arms in North

America .................................................................. 1143

Treaties between Great Britain and the Duke of Brunswick, the

Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, and the Count of Hanau, for the

Hire of Troops ...............

1:29. Debate in the Commons on the German Treaties for the Hire of

Troops to act against the Americans ................................ 1167.

Mar. 5. Debate in the Lords on the Duke of Richmond's Motion for an

Address to countermand the March of the German Troops,

and for a Suspension of Hostilities in America ................... 1188

i Debate in the Commons on the Scotch Militia Bill ............... 1228

6. Debate in the Commons on a Bill for shortening the Duration

of Parliaments 10.1 .161...............

........................... 1237

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Mar. 11. Debate in the Commons on the Army Extraordinaries ............ 1239

•14. Debate in the Lords on the Duke of Grafton's Proposition for

Conciliation with America ........

............. 1247

· 21. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Wilkes's Motion for a more

equal Representation of the People in Parliament ................ 1287

27. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Burke's Bill to prevent the

Plundering of Shipwrecks................................................ 1298

· April 1. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Hartley's Motion for Estimates

of the probable Expences of the War with America ............. 1302

24. Debate in the Commons on the Budget .............................. 1315

25. Debate in the Commons on Sir James Lowther's Motion against

employing Foreign Troops without the Consent of Parliament 1330

30. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Wilkes's Motion respecting his

Expulsion ................

..... 1336

May 2. Treaty between Great Britain and the Prince of Waldeck ...... 1341

The King's Message for a Vote of Credit ........ ............. 1344

10. Debate in the Lords on a Motion for General Howe's Dispatches

on leaving Boston ............

Debate in the Commons on Mr. Sawbridge's Motion for conti-

nuing America upon the same footing of giving and granting

Money as Ireland ....................

1352

\22. Debate in the Commons on General Conway's Motion for the

Instructions given to Lord and General Howe respecting the

King's American Subjects now in Arms ............................... 1357

23. Mr. Hartley's Motion for an Address to the King not to pro-

rogue the Parliament................................................... 1362

Mr. Speaker Norton's Speech to the King on presenting the

Money Bill ...

.................... 1364

The King's Speech at the Close of the Session ..........

II. ADDRESSES..
1774. Nov. 30. Of the Lords, on the King's Speech ...............

Dec. 5. Of the Commons, on the King's Speech ..................
1775. Feb. 7. Of both Houses, on the Disturbances in North America
(VOL. XVIII.]

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1775. Oct. 26. Of the Lords, on the King's Speech ..........

........ 705
Of the Commons, on the King's Speech .................. 795
1776. Oct. 31. Of the Lords, on the King's Speech ......................... 1395

Of the Commons, on the King's Speech .................. 1397

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1775. Feb. 10. For an Augmentation of the Forces .........

Apr. 12. For settling Buckingham House on the Queen..... ....... 619
1776. May 2. For a Vote of Credit

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VI. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS.

1775.

Jan. 19. Papers relating to the Disturbances in North America 74, 313,

318
Feb. 1. Copy of the Earl of Chatham's Provisional Act for set-

tling the Troubles in America..........

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Parliamentary Papers continued.]

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1775. May 15. “Representation and Remonstrance of the General As-

sembly of the Colony of New York................... 650, 689
17. Copy of Lord Camden's Bill to repeal the Quebec
Government Act ..................

660
26. The Speaker's Speech to the King on presenting the
Money Bills ....

693
Nov. 16. Copy of Mr. Burke's Bill for composing the Troubles in
America ............

.................. 978-
1776. Jan. 9. Treaty between Great Britain and the Duke of Bruns-

wick .............................................................. 1156
15. Treaty between Great Britain and the Landgrave of
Hesse Cassel ...............

................... 1160
Feb. 5. Treaty between Great Britain and the Count of Hanau 1165
May 2. Treaty between Great Britain and the Prince of Wal-

deck .............................................. .............. 1341

23. The Speaker's Speech to the King on presenting the

Money Bills ....

........... 1364

VII. PETITIONS.

1775. Jan. 23. Of the Merchants of London and Bristol for Reconcilia-

tion with America....................................... 168, 184
Feb. 2. Of the West India Planters to the Commons respecting

the American Non-Importation Agreement ............ 219
8. Of the Assembly of Jamaica to the King in Council ... 400
May 15. Of the General Assembly of the Colony of New York... 650
18. Of the Inhabitants of the Province of Quebec for a Re.

peal of the Quebec Government Act ...........
Oct. 26. Of the City of London touching the American Colonies 697

Of the Province of Nova Scotia to the King in Parlia.
ment ................

................................ 698
Nov. 7. Of the American Congress to the King .....................

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VIII. PROTESTS.

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