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THE

Parliamentary Register ;

OR . .
HISTORY

OF THE
PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES

OF THE
HOUSE OF COMMONS;

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· CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF
The most interesting SPEECHES and Motions ; accurate
Copies of the most remarkable LETTERS and PAPERS;
of the most material EVIDENCE, PETITIONS, &c.

laid before and offered to thc HOUSE,

DURING THE

FOURTH SESSION of the SixTEENTH PARLIAMENT

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GREAT BRITA I N. .

VOL. XXI.

LONDON:
Printed for J. DEBRETT, in PICCADILLY,

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TTIS Majesty's Speech on open Speech of Mr. Fox in explana-

1 in the session - 1 tion : Viscount Compton's remarks on

of Mr. Pite in reply the King's speech

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of Mr. Burke - ib. -moves for an humble ad. . of Mr. Grenville dress to the King

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of Mr. Francis, Mr. Pel Mr. Montague's eulogium on the ham, and Mr. Burke speech

of Mr. Minchin Speech of Mr. Fox on that business - 6 Mr. Dempster presents a petition

of Mr. Chancellor Pitt 13 from the presidency of Fort Wil . of Mr. Fox in reply thereto 17. liam in Bengal

ib. Mr. Sheridan states some particu. Mr. Dempster presents another pe

lars relative to the time fixed for t ition from the same presidency 36 the inquiry into Mr. Hastings's The House proceeds on the charges treatment of the Princesses of against Mr. Hastings

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18 Mr. Pitt reminds the House of his Major Scott's opinion thereon 19 with to fix on a day for the conSpeech of Mr. Pitt on that occafion ib. fideration of the commercial The Speaker expresses his wishes treaty with France

ib. that the House would settle the . Observations of Mr. Pelham, Mr. order of ballotting to try election Fox, and Major Scott thereon 38 petitions

20 Mr. Middleton called up to the bar His Majesty's answer to the ad of the House

ib. dress

ib. Mr. Rose presents the lottery bill 39 Address of the House to the King ib. Mr. Pitt moves for papers necessary Mr. Minchin moves for an account for the House to have before them,

of the woollen goods exported previous to the discussion of the from London to Portugal for a French commercial treaty ib. certain period :

Mr. Pelham makes several motions Mr. Pite's speech on that motion ib. relative to our commerce with Speech of Mr. Fox thereon

23 Portugal : of Mr. Chancellor Pitt in . Remarks of Mr. Pitt on those mo. reply

cions open for at VOL. XXI.

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