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FOURTH SESSION OF THE EIGHTEENTH PARLIAMENT

OF GREAT BRITAIN.

1799.

Page

Sept. 24. The King's Speech on Opening the Session

1158

Debate in the Lords on the Address of Thanks.......

1161

The King's Answer to the Lords Address .........

1165

Debate in the Commons on the Address of Thanks ....... 1165

The King's Answer to the Commons Address ........

1168

26. Thanks of the House of Commons to Sir Ralph Abercromby,

Admiral Mitchell, and Sir Sidney Smith, &c

1180

Militia Volunteers Bill

1183

Oct. 4. Thanks of the House of Lords to the Earl of Mornington, Lord

Clive, General Harris, &c.........

... 1186

11. Lord Holland's Motion for an Address respecting the Treaties

with Russia.......

... 1193

1800.

Jan. 22. The King's Message respecting Overtures of Peace from the

Consular Government of France

.... 1196

Papers relating to the Overture of Peace from the Consular

Government of France .....

....... 1197

The King's Message respecting the Stationing of Russian

Troops

........ 1204

28. Debate in the Lords on the King's Message relative to the

Overture of Peace from the Consular Government of

France .........

...... 1204

Feb. 3. Debate in the Commons on the King's Message respecting

Overtures of Peace from the Consular Government of France 1242

10. Debate in the Commons on the Failure of the Expedition to

Holland ......

1397

12. Debate in the Lords on the Failure of the Expedition to Hol.

land ..

1419

11. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Whitbread's Bill to regulate the

Wages of Labourers in Husbandry ............

..... 1426

14. Debate in the Lords on the King's Message respecting Ad-
vances to the Emperor of Germany, &C..............

1434
17. Debate in the Commons on the King's Message respecting Ad-
vances to the Emperor of Germany, &c. .......

...... 1438

18. Mr. Abbot's Motion for a Committee on the State of the Public

Records

1458

13. Debate in the Commons on the Habeas Corpus Suspension Bill 1465

19. Debate on the Same ......

1472

27. Debate in the Lords on the Habeas Corpus Suspension Bill 1484

18. Proceedings in the Commons respecting the Deficiency of the

last Crop of Grain....

....... 1489

14. Proceedings in the Lords respecting the Deficiency of the last

Crop of Grain........

1495

20. Proceedings on the Same ...

1496

27. Proceedings on the Same ......

1503

20. Earl Stanhope's Motion for an Address to enter into Negotia-

tions for Peace with France .......

....... 1505

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II. ADDRESSES.

1799. Apr. 11. ADDRESS of both Houses relative to a Union with

Ireland

714

1799. July 12. King's Speech at the Close of the Session......
Sept. 24.

on Opening the Session

... 1157

1158.

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V. LISTS.

109

1798. Dec. 14. List of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

the Income Duty Bill .......
21. of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

the Habeas Corpus Suspension Bill

1799. Feb. 7. • • of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

the King's Message relative to a Union with

Ireland

125

1798. Feb. 11. List of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

thie King's Message relative to a Union with

Ireland
.............

444

14.

of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

the King's Message relative to a Union with

.... 512

1800, Feb. 3. of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

the Address respecting the Overture of Peace

from the Consular Government of France 1397
28. of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

Mr. Tierney's Motion respecting the Restora.
tion of Monarchy in France

... 1543

VI. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS.

1799. Mar. 18. Proclamation respecting Persons coming from Ireland 656

Copies of Letters which passed between the Duke of

Portland, Lord Shelburne, and the Marquis of Rock-

ingham, in 1782, relative to the Affairs of Ireland ... 977
June 28. Copy of Mr. Tierney's Finance Resolutions............... 1142
Sept. 26. Provisional Treaty between Great Britain and Russia.

Done at St. Petersburgh, 29th-18th December
1798 ...

...... 1168
Convention between Great Britain and Russia. Done

at St. Petersburgh, 22nd-11th June 1799............... 1172
Treaty of Alliance between Great Britain and the King

of the Two Sicilies, the 1st December 1798............. 1177
1800. Jan. 22. Papers relating to the Overture of Peace from the

Consular Goveroment of France
Feb. 21. Proposal respecting the Renewal of the Bank Charter 1513

........ 1197

VII. PETITIONS.

VIII. PROTESTS.

1797. Mar. 15. Report from the Committee of Secrecy of the House

of Commons, relative to the Proceedings
of different Persons and Societies in Great
Britain and Ireland engaged in a Treasona-
ble Conspiracy......

579
of the Committee of the House of Commons

on the State of Cold Bath Fields Prison 981

May 27.

from the Lords' Committee of Secrecy rela-

tive to a Treasonable Conspiracy

1000

July 11.

on the State of the Public Income and Expen-

diture

1146

1800. Feb. 10.

(First) of the Committee of the House of

Commons respecting the Assize of Bread,

and the Deficiency of the last Crop of Grain 1430

Mar. 6.

(Second) of the Committee of the House of

Commons respecting the Assize of Bread,

and the Deficiency of the last Crop of Grain 1544

X. PERSONS FILLING THE SEVERAL HIGH OFFICES IN CHURCH

AND STATE, FROM DEC. 3, 1799, TO MARCH 21, 1800.

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1793. Jan. 28. Alexander, Lord Loughborough. In 1801, created Earl of

Rosslyn.

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1797. July

Right Hon. William Pitt ; and Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Hon. John Thomas Townshend.
John Smyth, esq.
Right Hon. Sylvester Douglas.
Charles Small Pybus, esq.

1788. June 7. Sir Richard Pepper Arden, knt., afterwards Lord Alvanley.

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