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Parliamentary Register;

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PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES

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The most interesting Speeches and Motions; accurate
Copies of the most remarkable Letters and Paperi;
of the most material Evidence, Petitions, 8k.
laid besore and offered to the House,

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Third Session of the Fifteenth Parliament

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GREAT BRITAIN.

VOL. IX.

LONDON:
Printed for J. DEBRETT, (Successor to Mr. Almox) ippefi»

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Of VOLUME IX.

HOUSE os COMMONS.

DEBATE on the Address, Pages
I, 66

The Address, 66

King's answer, 62

Thanks, &c. to Gen. Eliott, 69, 100,

*03, 2*1

Notice for renewing an Act on sale of

captured Vessels, 69

Mr. Burke gives Notice that he will

renew his Bill of Reform, 70

Mr. Townsliend (Lord Sydney) his
Letters to the Lord Mayor, 7 s

Debate on the Vote of Supply for the

Navy, 71 to 98

Lord Mayor's Motion on the Corn
Laws, 98, 110, tic

Debate on the Report from the Com-
mittee of Supply on the Navy, ibid.

Sir Roger Curtis's Letter, 108

General Boyd's Letter, 607

Motion respecting the recall of Mr.

Hastings, 109

Thanks to Sir Edw. Hughes, Commo-
dore King, and Sir Eyre Cuote, nx

Debate on Mr. Fox's Motion for a

Copy of the Provisional Treaty

with America, 11 2

Debate on the Bill of Pains and Penal-
tics against Sir Thomas Rumbold,
ice. 123, i5Si is4i 597i 6S3

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