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ACCESSION OF HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE THE III.
TO THE PRESENT TIME;
CONTAINING AN IMPARTIAL STATEMENT OF
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS, FROM THE
OF A LEGISLATIVE UNION
COMPLEAT VIEW OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS IN THIS COUNTRY
DURING THE LAST FORTY YEARS.
IN THRII VOLUXBS.
BY WILLIAM WENMAN SEWARD, Esq.
Collectanea Politica ; 52071
Continuation of the fesion 1793— Meffage from his Majesty
refpecting a war with France-maddress to his Majesty thereon-convention bill-speech of Mr. Grattan on the reading of that bill-his motion-debates thereon--motion negativedfurther proceedings and debates on said bill-speeches of the Attorney General --Mr. Curran-Major Doyle-Mr. Geo. Ponsonby &c.-Bill poffed—particular bills which received the royal asent-Lord Lieutenant's speech at the conclusion of the fefron-prorogation of parliament.
N the 16th of February, 1793, Mr. Secretary Hobari delivered the following message to the house from the Lord Lieutenant.
" I have his Majesty's commands to acquaint the House of Commons, that the affembly now exercising the powers of government in France have, without previous notice, directed acts of hostility to be committed against the persons and property of his Majesty's subjects, in breach of the VOL. III.