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The most interesting Speeches and Motions; accurate

Copies of all the Protests, and of the most remarkable
LETTERS and Parers; together with the most material
EVIDENCE, PETITIONS, &c. laid before and offered to either
HOUSE,

DURING THE

THIRD SESSION of the EIGHTEENTH PARLIAMENT

OF

GREAT BRITAIN.

VOL. IX.

LONDON:
Printed by COOPER and Wilson, Wild Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields,

For J. DEBRETT, oppofite Burlington House, Piccadilly,

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ERKELEY, Earl of ; Conversation respecting his pedigree, 12, 25.

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C. Combination among workmen-Debate on the third reading of the bill, 562.

J.
Judges' Salaries Bill read a third time, 558.

K.

King's (The) Speech on closing the Seffion of Parliament, 577.

M.
Militia Reduction Bill-Debate on it, 568—Protest against it, 571.

P. Protest on the Seditious Societies' Meeting Bill, 30-against committing

the Treason Forfeiture Bill 107-against the Militia Reduction Bill, 574

- Protest of the Earl of Radnor, i7th December 1798, against the bill respecting the service of the Militia in Ireland, 580.

R. Report from the Secret Committee on the proceedings of certain societies,

engaged for the purpose of effecting the separation of Ireland from Great Britain, 524.

S. Seditious Meetings-Debate on the third reading of the bill to prevent

them, 26- Protest on the bill, 30.

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