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PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
HOUSE OF COMMONS;
CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OT,
The most interesting Speeches and Motions; accurate
laid before and offered to the HOUSE,
SECOND SESSION of the SEVENTEENTH PARLIAMENT
GREAT BRITA I N..
- VOL. XXXIII.
I N D E X
TO THE DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS
HOUSE OF COMMMONS.
Page India debi, State of the - 202 HIPPROPRIATION Bill, Mr. King, a Proclamation delivered - Pitt moves for the second Read by him to Mr. Dundas, who aping of
- 124 pears with it at the Bar of the B. House -
56 Bankers Bill, Sir B. Hammet - Mr. Dundas moves for the
moves to take into considera above Proclamation to be taken tion the Report of the Commit into Consideration - : 130 tee thereon
- Copy of the above ProclamaBencoolen, State of the Revenues tion
- ib. of
- 200 his Speech on the Close of Bengal, State of the Revenues the Session - - 237
195 Birmingham Riots, Mr. White Lotteries, Mr. Taylor moves, that bread gives Notice of his in the Petition of the Middlesex tended Motion relative there. Grand Jury, respecting the
Evils attending them, be taken — Mr. Whitbread calls the At into Consideration tention of the House to that Bu- Mr. Taylor brings up the Refiness
port of the Committee, apBombay, State of the Revenues pointed to inquire into the . of
200 Abuses attending the Drawing
of Canal Bill, a, received from the
Lords, postponed, and a new Madras, State of the Revenues one ordered in - . 47 of
199 Clerk Affiftant of the House, the
N Hon. Thomas Pelham moves for National Debt, Debates on the some additional Reward for the Bill for providing for the Relong Service of the - 48 duction of - - 125
New Forest Timber Bill, Mr. Pitt Debt, Mr. Grey moves to put off, moves for a Committee theretill the next Session, the In.
on quiry into Imprisonment for 19 -- Debates on the third ReadI.
ing of Imprisonment for Debt; Mr.
Grey moves to put off, till the Penal Statutes, upon Points of next Session, the Inquiry Religion, Mr. Fox calls the Atinto
19 tention of the House thereto 17 India, the House in Committee on Philip, Gov. Sir Charles Bunbury the various papers relative to moves for Copies of Letters sent the State of Affairs in - 194 by him from New South Wales 9