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Debate in the Commons on Mr. Grey's Charges against Minis-
ters relative to the Expenditure of the Public Money ...... 1062
FIRST SESSION OF THE EIGHTEENTH PARLIAMENT
OF GREAT BRITAIN.
Protest of Earl Fitzwilliam against the Rejection of his Amend-
16. Debate in the Commons on General Fitzpatrick's Motion re-
specting the Detention of General La Fayette, &C.......... 1348
Dec. 30. Debate in the Commons on the King's Message respecting the
Debate on Mr. Sheridan's Motion to prevent the Exportation
of Specię to the Emperor, &c. ....
1795. Oct. 29. ADDRES$ of both Houses on the Attack upon his
of the Commons on the King's Message re.
specting a Negotiation for Pe.ce nith France 571
of the Commons on the King's Speech........ 1191
of the Commons on the King's Message re-
III. KING'S SPEECHES.
1795. June 27. King's Speech at the Close of the Session.......
on Opening the Session
at the Close of the Session
on Opening the Session
1795. Dec. 7. KING's Message respecting Dutch Prize Money 569
respecting a Negotiation for Peace 569
1797. Feb. 27.
respecting the unusual Demand of
Nov, 6. .. of the Minority, in the House of Lords, on the se-
cond reading of the Treasonable Practices Bill 254
third reading of the Treasonable Practices Bill... 270
bringing in the Seditious Meetings Bill........... 300
third reading of the Seditious Meetings Bill...... 554
a Negotiation for Peace with France........ 736
the Bill for the Abolition of the Slave Trade 901
Mr. Fox's Motion respecting the Conduct of the
stood on the Meeting of the New Parliament 1162
Mr. Fox's Motion of Censure on Ministers for
VI. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS, &c.
Examinations taken before the Lords Committee of Privileges touching the
press of Russia, signed at St. Petersburgh, the 18th of February 1795... 207
Agreement entered into by the House of Commons, for lessening the Con-
1795. May 28. Protest against the passing of the Bill for Augment..
ing the Royal Artillery out of the Militia... 36
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.
1783. Archbishop of Canterbury...... John Moore.
1789. Bishop of St. Asaph
Bristol ............ Henry Reginald Courtenay.
Sir William Ashburnham, bart.
Coventry and Litch-Hon. James Cornwallis.
Hon. William Stuart.
Hon. James Yorke.
George Prettyman Tomline.
Charles Manners Sutton.
Oxford......... Edward Smallwell.
Hon. Edward Vernon.
Hon. Shute Barrington.
LORD High CHANCELLOR.
1793. Jan. 28. Alexander Lord Loughborough. In 1801, created Earl of
LORDS PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL
1794. Dec. 17. David, Earl of Mansfield.
LORDS PRIVY SEAL.
1794. Dec. 17. John, Earl of Chatham.
PRINCIPAL SECRETARIES OF STATE.