The parliamentary register; or, History of the proceedings and debates of the House of commons

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Page 314 - Majefty that it may be enacled ; and be it enacted by the King's moft Excellent Majefty, by and with the Advice and Confent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this prefent Parliament affembled, and by the Authority of the fame, That...
Page 332 - Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, and the Chancellor of the Exchequer for the Time being shall be, by virtue of their respective Offices, Commissioners for administering the Laws for Relief of the Poor in England...
Page 332 - Commissioners shall have, and they are hereby invested with, the superintendence and control over all the British territorial possessions in the East Indies, and over the affairs of the United Company of Merchants trading thereto, in manner hereinafter directed.
Page 335 - State for the time being, shall within eight days after the same shall be signed by His Majesty, his heirs or successors, be transmitted or delivered, by the said Secretary of State, unto the Chairman or Deputy Chairman for the time being of the said United Company, to the intent that the Court of Directors of the said Company may be apprised thereof.
Page 333 - By this bill a board of control was erected, consisting of six members of the privy council, who were "to check, superintend and control all acts, operations and concerns which in anywise relate to the civil or military government or revenues of the territories and possessions of the East India company.
Page 330 - And be it further enafted by the authority aforefaid, That it fhall and may be lawful, to and for...
Page 269 - Majefty's royal wifdom, that no Adminiftration, however legally appointed, can ferve His Majefty and the public with effect which does not enjoy the confidence of this Houfe : — that in His Majefty's prefent Adminiftration we cannot confide-; the circumftances under which it was conflituted.
Page 271 - ... we know, and are fure, that the profperity of His Majefty's dominions in former times has been, under Divine Providence, owing to the harmony which has for near a century prevailed uninterruptedly between the Crown and this Houfe.
Page 240 - Addrefs to hisMajefty of the 22dof the fame Month. The faid Papers were alfo read. Then it was mov'd to refolve, That an humble Addrefs be prefented to his Majefty, moft humbly to reprefent to his Majefty, as the Opinion and Advice of this Houfe, that carrying on the War in Flanders, at fo vaft a Difproportion of Expence to this Nation, by forming an Army on the Continent paid by this Nation, while the States of the United Provinces...
Page 329 - Bencoolen respectively, so far and in so much as that it shall not be lawful for any President and Council of Madras, Bombay, or Bencoolen for the time being, to make any orders for commencing hostilities, or declaring or making war, against any Indian Princes or Powers, or for negotiating or concluding any treaty of peace, or other treaty, with any such Indian Princes or Powers, without the consent and approbation of the...

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