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FIRST SESSION OF THE EIGHTEENTH PARLIAMENT

OF GREAT BRITAIN.

Sep. 27... Meeting of the New Parliament

1158

Mr. Addington chosen Speaker

1158

List of the Members of the House of Commons

1161

Oct. 6. The King's Speech on Opening the Session

1174

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

1177

Protest of Earl Fitzwilliam against the Rejection of his Amend-
ment to the Address of Thanks

....... 2185
Debate in the Commons on the Address of Thanks

1190

17. Debate in the Commons on the Quakers Relief Bill

1206

Debate in the Commons on the threatened Invasion..

1208

21. · Debate in the Commons on the Army Estimate........

1224

31. Debate in the Commons on the Militia Augmentation Bill 1229

Nov. 2. Mr. Abbot's Motion for a Committee to consider of Promul-

gating the Statutes..........

1239

Debate in the Commons on the Cavalry Bill

1241

7. Debate on the Budget

1256

8. Debate on the Same

... 1273

12. The King's Message respecting a Declaration of War by Spain 1286

Declaration of War by Spain

....... 1287

Answer to the Declaration of War by Spain

1289

Address on the King's Message respecting the Declaration of

War by Spain....

.... .. 1296

13. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Fox's Motion of Censure on

Ministers for advancing Money to the Emperor without the

Consent of Parliament

1297

16. Debate in the Commons on General Fitzpatrick's Motion re-

specting the Detention of General La Fayette, &C.......... 1348

17. The King's Message respecting temporary Advances to the

Emperor

1386

19. Debate in the Commons on the King's Message respecting tem-

porary Advances to the Emperor....

1386

20. Debate in the Commons on the East India Budget

1992

22. Debate in the Commons on the Poor Bill ......

........ 1520

II. ADDRESSES.

1795. Oct. 29. ADDRES$ of both Houses on the Attack upon his
Majesty ............

154
Dee. 9.

of the Commons on the King's Message re.

specting a Negotiation for Pe.ce nith France 571
1796. Oct. 6.

of the Commons on the King's Speech........ 1191
Dec. 12.

of the Commons on the King's Message re-
specting the Declaration of War by Spain 1296

III. KING'S SPEECHES.

1795. June 27. King's Speech at the Close of the Session.......
Oct. 29.

on Opening the Session
1796. May 19.

at the Close of the Session
Oct. 6.

on Opening the Session

141
142
1156
1174

1795. Dec. 7. KING's Message respecting Dutch Prize Money 569
8.

respecting a Negotiation for Peace 569
respecting the Disembarkation of
Foreign Troops ......

570
(VOL. XXXII.)

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V. LISTS.

1795. June 2. List of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

Mr. Barham's Motion respecting the Conduct

of Sir

Charles Grey and Sir John Jervis in the

West India Islands

73

Nov, 6. .. of the Minority, in the House of Lords, on the se-

cond reading of the Treasonable Practices Bill 254
13. • of the Minority, in the House of Lords, on the

third reading of the Treasonable Practices Bill... 270
10. • - of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

bringing in the Seditious Meetings Bill........... 300
Dec. 14. ... of the Minority, in the House of Lords, on the

third reading of the Seditious Meetings Bill...... 554
1796. Feb. 15. . . of the Minority on Mr. Grey's Motion respecting

a Negotiation for Peace with France........ 736
Mar. 15. - .. of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

the Bill for the Abolition of the Slave Trade 901
of the_Minority, in the House of Commons, on

Mr. Fox's Motion respecting the Conduct of the
War with France

.... 1138
Sept. 27. of the Members of the House of Commons, as it

stood on the Meeting of the New Parliament 1162
Dec. 13. -. - of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

Mr. Fox's Motion of Censure on Ministers for
advancing Money to the Emperor without the
Consent of Parliament,........

1347

30. ...of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on

the Address respecting the Rupture of the Ne-

gotiation for Peace with France......

1493

May 10.

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VI. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS, &c.

Examinations taken before the Lords Committee of Privileges touching the
Attack upon his Majesty, October 29th 1795

145
Treaty of Defensive Alliance between his Britannic Majesty and the Em-

press of Russia, signed at St. Petersburgh, the 18th of February 1795... 207
Treaty of Defensive Alliance between his Britannic Majesty and the Em-
peror of Germany, signed at Vienna, the 20th of May 1795

212

Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, between his Britannic Ma-

jesty and the United States of America, signed at London, the 19th

November 1794

216

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Proclamation respecting the Attack upon his Majesty, dated the 31st

October 1795

242

Proclamation respecting Seditious Meetings, &c., dated the 4th November

1795 .........

243

Agreement entered into by the House of Commons, for lessening the Con-
sumption of Wheat

695
Declaration of War by Spain against Great Britain, dated October 5th
1796 .............

1287
Answer to the Declaration of War by Spain against Great Britain, dated
Westminster, December 12th 1796 ......

....... 1289
Papers relating to the Rupture of the Negotiation for Peace with France,
presented to both Houses, December 26th 1796

1407
Declaration respecting the Rupture of the Negotiation for Peace with
France, dated Whitehall, December 27th 1796

..... 1436
Order of Council respecting the Stoppage of Cash Payments at the Bank,
dated February 26th 1797...

1517

VII. PROTESTS.

1795. May 28. Protest against the passing of the Bill for Augment..

ing the Royal Artillery out of the Militia... 36

Nov. 13.

against the Treasonable Practices Bill ... 271

Dec. 14.
against the Seditious Meetings Bill

554
1796. Mar. 4.
against the Vote of Credlit Bill

861
May 17.
against the Legacy Duty Bill.....

1155
Oct. 6.

of Earl Fitzwilliam, against the Rejection of

his Amendment to the Address of Thanks 1185

IX. PERSONS FILLING THE SEVERAL HIGH OFFICES IN CHURCH

AND STATE, FROM MAY 27, 1795, TO MARCH 2, 1797.

ARCHBISHOPS.

1783. Archbishop of Canterbury...... John Moore.
1776.

York

William Markham.

BISHOPS.

1789. Bishop of St. Asaph

Samuel Halifax.
1796.

Lewis Bagot.
1783.
Bangor.............

John Warren.
1774.
Bath and Wells ......

Charles Moss.
1794.

Bristol ............ Henry Reginald Courtenay.
1754.
Chichester

Sir William Ashburnham, bart.
1781.

Coventry and Litch-Hon. James Cornwallis.

field .....
1799.
St. David's

Hon. William Stuart.
1781.
· Ely

Hon. James Yorke.
1792.
Exeter......

William Buller.
1789.
Gloucester

Richard Beadon.
1788.
Hereford

John Butler.
1782.
Landaff

Richard Watson.
1787.
Lincoln

George Prettyman Tomline.
1787.
London

Beilby Porteus.
1792.
Norwich

Charles Manners Sutton.
1788.

Oxford......... Edward Smallwell.
1794.
Peterborough

Spencer Madan.
1793.
Rochester

Samuel Horsley.
1791.
Salisbury..

John Douglas.
1781.
Winchester

Brownlow North.
1781.
Worcester

Richard Hurd.
1791.
Carlisle

Hon. Edward Vernon.
1787.
Chester

William Cleaver.
1791.
Durham

Hon. Shute Barrington.

LORD High CHANCELLOR.

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

Rosslyn.

LORDS PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL

1794. Dec. 17. David, Earl of Mansfield.
1796. Sept. 24. John, Earl of Chatham.

LORDS PRIVY SEAL.

1794. Dec. 17. John, Earl of Chatham.

PRINCIPAL SECRETARIES OF STATE.

Home Department.
1794. July 11. William Henry, Duke of Portland.

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