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mlttee on the Bill for regulat
ifig the Office of the

the House in Committee

thereon —

Colchester, Report of the Com-
niittee appointed to inquire
into the Merits of the Petition
^ against the Election for

Corn Bill, the House in Commit-
tee on the re-commitment of

the House in Committee on

the farther Consideration of

Farther Debates thereon

—— Mr. Alderman Watson brings
up a Clause on the third Read-
ing of —

Corn, Foreign, the House in
Committee on the Prices of the
Importation and Exportation

Correspondence between Mr.
John Barnes and Mr. Wilber-
force, relative to the Slave
Trade

Courts of Justice, Mr. Fox makes
his promised Motion for a grand
Committee on thet

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Felons, Debates on the Bill re-
lative to Rewards on the Con-
viction of ——

Finance Committee, Mr. Sheri-
dan objects to the mode of ap-
pointing it —

—— Mr. Sheridan gives Notice
of his intended Resolutions on
the Report of the —

1 Mr. Sheridan makes a Mo-
tion relative to the Report of
the ■

— Debates on the Report of
the ■ »1 11 ■

Fowke, Mr. Joseph, who had been
long in the Service of the East-
India Company, Mr. Buike
presents his Petition to the
House —

— Mr. Burke moves, that the
Report of the Committee on
that Petition be taken into
Consideration —

Fullarton,Colonel, Mr. Hippcsley
makes a Motion relative to

Funds of Great Britain, Sir Ben-
jamin .Hammet presents a Pe-
tition from the Proprietors in
the

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Grain,

, Mr. Ryder produces seve-
ral Motions for Resolution*
relative to the Price of 3
■ in Ireland, Quebec, Ame-
rica, and Europe, Mr. Powyg
moves for Papers respecting the
arer-gc Prices of —— 51
G<*nad3, Sir William Young
reads a Petition from the House
of Assembly and Council of 63

H.

Htddington, Report of the Com-
mittee appointed to try the
Merits ot the Petition against
the Election for I

Hastings, Mr., Message from the
Lords relative to the Trial of 426

— Mr. Loveden calls the At-
tention of the House to the
Trial of 561

Hemp, Mr. Minchin moves for
a Committee to inquire into
the State of the Culture of, in
this Country — 64

I i , • r,-\, Mr., speaks to the
Subject of our Contests in India 313

Hobart, Mr., brings up the Re-
port of the Quebec Bill 425

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War between Ruflla and the

Porte 16

1 the above Message taken
into Consideration — 35

— Motions made by Mr. Pitt
relative thereto — 37

» Message from, presented by
Mr. Pitt to the House, relative
to the eflablilhment of the
younger Branches of the Royal
Family .—. 428

—— ths House in Committee on
the above Message - 443

- his Speech on the close of
the Session _____

King's Bench, Mr. Grey presents
a Petition from the Prisoners
in the ■

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Leominster, Report of the Com-
mittee appointed to try the
Merits ot the Petition against
the Election for — ^19

Letters of the twelve Judges, Mr.
Yorke makes a Motion for
their being freed from Postage 354

Libels, Mr. Fox gives Notice of
his intended Motion relative to
them 27i

Mr. Fox's Bill relative to,
read a first time — 515

■ the House in Committee
on the Bill respecting the rights
of Juries in cafes of 584

List of the Committee appointed
to examine into the public In-
come and Expenditure 55

»■ ■ - of the Minority on Mr.
Grey's Motion on the State of
the Nation '■ ■ 154

Ludgerfhall, Report of the Com-
mittee appointed to try the
Merits ot the Petition against
the Election for — 158

M.

Majesty, His. See King.

Naval
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Poor Bill of Mr. Popham, Debates on the Report of

Power Bill of Lord Cornwallis, Mr. Steele brings up the Report of ———

Protestant Roman Catholic Dissenters Bill, Mr. Pitt proposes to defer the Commitment of

—— the House in Committee on that Bill' —

Debates thereon

Public Income and Expenditure,
Mr. Pitt moves for a Com-
mittee to inquire into the State
of

Quebec Bill, Mr. Stccle makes a
Report from the Committee on

. Mr. Hussey presents a Pe-
tition against it —

■ farther Debates on the recommitment of

—— the House in' Committee thereon — —

—— the House in Committee on the farther Consideration of

the House again in Committee thereon 412

■ the Report of, brought up

by Mr. Hobart 42 c

read a third time - 427

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Ramsgate Harbour, Report of the Committee relative to that Harbour, laid on the Table

'Listof Annuitants supposed

to be now living —

' Officers employed under the Trustees of

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Report of the Committee appoint-
ed to try the Merits of the
Haddington Petition —
1 1 'of the Lcominster Petition of thfe Dumfries Petition

■ of the Colchester Petition

■ of the Dorchester Petition

— of the Ludgerfliall Petition Hit

Russian War, Speech and Motion

of Mr. Baker relative to that
Measure

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Sierra Leone Bill, Debates on the

second Reading of

the Report of that Bill

brought up 'the third Reading :of,

postponed

■ farther Debates on that

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firt Trade, the House in Coronet on the adjourned Busies of — 14°

Saiti, Thomas, Mr. Phipp3 mores for his Discharge from Newgate, he having been comn'rUtd there tor Perjury 2

Sat of the Nation, Mr. Grey cslls the Attention of the House to the ■ 102

- Speech of Mr. Gren

rile thereon — 516

SrAtil'APtRS.—Several Papers nbtiTe to the Trade between Grsit Britain and Russia, oriwd to be laid before the House 56

■ Papers laid on the Table

for the Perusal of the Memben 81

1 Extracts of Letters, &c.

ud Accounts relative to the Settlements in. New South Walts ibid.

r Extract of a Letter from

Governor Phillip to the Right
Hon. Lord Sydney, dated
Sydney Cove, Feb. 12, 1790 ibid.

■ Another Letter from Go

ftnior Phillip to; the fame, cited Feb. 13, 1790 84

* Another Letter from Governor Phillip to the fame, dated April 11, 1790 87

Extracts from Instructions

jWcnby Governor Phillip to the Lieutenant Governor, duri« his Command at Norfolk llknd, dared March 2, 1790 88

1 Description of Norfolk

Uttod' 89

——An Account of the Numhtt of Convicts which have been (hipped from England for New South Wales, and of the Number intended to be sent in tic Ships now under Orders 'or that Service

i—— An Account of the Exfertces incurred in transportConvicts to New South Wales, as far as the fame can k nia^t up — fiid*

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