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Copies of all the Protests, and of the most remarkable
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EVIDENCE, PETITIONS, &c. laid before and offered to either
House,

DURING THE

THIRD SESSION of the EIGHTEENTH PARLIAMENT

OF

GREAT BRITAIN.

VOL, VII.

LONDON:

Printed for J. DEBRETT, opposite BURLINGTON House,

PICCADILLY.

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INDEX

TO THE

DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS.

VOLUME VII.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

A.

ADDRESS

DRESS, Copy of it, to the King for his speech on opening Para liament, 12--His Majesty's reply, 55-for his message respecting an Union with Ireland, voted, 579

B. Bedford's (Duke of) speech, corrected, on his motion for the removal of His Majesty's Minifters, March 22, 1798, 744

H. Habeas-corpus Suspension Bill; Debate on the third reading of it, 501 Farther conversation respecting it, 522—Protest against it, 575

I. Income tax Bill; Debate on the second reading of it, 514-Debate on

the third reading, 527 Ireland; Message from the King respecting a Union with Ireland, 576 -Address for the message voted, 579

K. King's (The) speech on opening Parliament, 1-Debate on it, 3-His an.

swer to the address, 55-Message respecting a Union with Ireland, 576-Address for the message voted, 579

M. Militia; Speech of the Earl of Radnor respecting the service of the British Militia in Ireland, 276-Debate on the second reading of the bill, 298

Vol. VII.

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