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PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
O F T H E
HOUSE OF COMMONS j
CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF
The most interesting Speeches and Motions; accurate
Second Session of the Seventeenth Parliament
Printed for J. DEBRETT, opposite Burlington Housi,
DEBATES And PROCEEDINGS
HOUSE OF COMMMONSi VOLUME XXXIII.
ilpPROPRIATION Bill, Mr. Pitt moves for the second Reading of ...
Bankers Bill, Sir B. Hammet moves to take into Consideration the Report of the Committee thereon - 4
Bencoolen, State of the Revenues of - - 200
Bengal, State of the Revenues of - - 195
Birmingham Riots, Mr. Whitbread gives Notice of his intended Motion relative thereto 47
Mr. Whitbread calls the Attention of the House to that Business - 56 Bombay, State of the Revenues of - 200
Canal Bill, a, received from the Lords, postponed, and a new one ordered in — 47
Clerk Assistant of the House, the Hon. Thomas Pelham moves for fome additional Reward for the long Service of the - 48
Debt, Mr. Grey moves to put off, till the next Session, the Inquiry into Imprifonment for 17 I.
Imprifonment for Debt; Mr; Grey moves to put off, till the next Session, the Inquiry into - 17
India, the House in Committee on the various papers relative to the State of Affairs in , 194
India debt, Slate of the - 202 K.
King, a Proclamation delivered by him to Mr. Dundas, who appears with it at the Bar of the House 56
Mr. Dundas moves for the
above Proclamation to be taken into Consideration - 13*
Copy of the above Proclamation - - - ii'
his Speech on the Close of
the Session - - 237
Lotteries, Mr. Taylor moves, that the Petition of the Middlesex Grand Jury, respecting the Evils attending them, be taken into Consideration - 9
Mr. Taylor brings up the Report of the Committee, appointed to inquire into the Abuses attending the Drawing of — - - 55 M.
Madras, State of the Revenues of - 19Q
National Debt, Debates on the Bill for providing for the Re.duction of 125 New Forest Timber Bill, Mr. Pitt moves for a Committee thereon - - i Debates on the third Reading of • 40 P.
Penal Statutes, upon Points of Religion, Mr. Fox calls the Attention of the House thereto 17
Philip, Gov. Sir Charles BunbUry moves for Copies of Letters sent by him from New South Wales 9