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Parliamentary Register;

OR,

HISTORY

OF THE

t

PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES

OlF T H E

HOUSE OF LORDS*

CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF

The most interesting Speeches and Motions; accurate
Copies of the most remarkable Letters and Papers J
of the most material Evidence, Petitions, &c.
laid before and offered to the House,

Fourth Session of the Fifteenth Parliament?

OF

GREAT BRITAIN.

VOL. XIV.

LONDON:
Printed for J. DEBRETT, (Successor to Mr. Almon) opposite
Burlington-house, Piccadilly.
M.DCCLXXXIV.

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Of VOLUME XIV.

HO USE Of LORDS,

CEREMONY of introducing the
Prince of Wales, page i
King's Speech on opening the Session, *
Debate on the Address, 4
The Address, and the King's Answer,

10 and 11 Earl of Abingdon's Motion for laying

a Print upon the Table, 12 Debates on Mr. Fox's East-India Bill, 17 to 1 o 8

Lords' Protests of 1773 on India Affairs, 29

Petition of the India Company against

the Bill, 3 5 Petition of the City of London against

the Bill, 45 Counsel against the Bill, 48 Earl Temple's Conference with the

King, 62, 68 Debate continued to 106 Lists of the Divisions upon the Bill,

107

Earl of Effingham takes Notice of the

Conduct of the Commons, relative

to the Acceptance of India Bills,

109, 111, 113 Debate upon the fame, 114 to 148 King's Message respecting the Hessians,

110

Notice given respecting Insolvents, 112

Earl of Effingham's Motion for an Address to the King, 147

The Address, Hid. . The King's Answer, 148

Earl Bathurst's Notice of a Motion on the Reports of the Commissioners of Accounts, 149

Earl of Mansfield's Speech against Lord Mahon's Bribery Bill, 151

King's Speech at the End of the Session, 152

First Report from the Committee to inquire into the Practice of Smuggling, with the Appendix, 154 • Second Do. with Do. 184 Third Do. with Do. 214

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