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Temporary suspension of Discussions in Parliament on the Negotiations rela-
tive to Spain-Questions put to the Ministers by Lord Lansdown and Mr.
Brougham-Removal of the Prohibition of the Exportation of Arms to
Spain-Papers relating to the Negotiations on the Spanish Question, laid
before Parliament-Ministerial exposition of the course of Policy which
the English Cabinet had followed : the first mention of diplomatic discus-
sion relative to Spain: Proceedings at Verona : Negotiations at Paris : our
communications with, and advice to the Spanish Government : our Pro-
ceedings subsequent to the publication of the Speech of the King of France
at the Opening of the Session of the Chainbers : justification of a Pacitic
Policy-Motion for the Repeal of the Foreign Enlistment Bill-Debate in
the House of Lords on the Negotiations relative to Spain: an Address,
disapproving of the Conduct of Ministers, moved by Lord Ellenborough :
grounds on which it was supported : amendment moved by Lord Granville:
arguments against the Address-Debate in the House of Commons, during
three nights, on the Spanish Negotiations : the Address moved by Mr.
Macdonald,' and an Amendment to it by Mr. S. Wortley: Speech of Mr.
Wilberforce; Speeches of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir James
Mackintosh, Mr. Peel, and Sir Francis Burdett: Mr. Canning's Speech ;
excellence of this Speech : Mr. Brougham's feeble Reply: manœuvre of the
sequent Motion of Lord Grey in the House of Lords-General state of
feeling with respect to Spain throughout the progress of the Spanish
the Discussion: Imputations on Mr. Canning and Mr. Plunkett: Mr.
PORTUGAL-Relations of Portugal with Great Britain and France-Ama-
rante's insurrection : his progress : Rego's operations: Insurrection sup-