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Parliamentary Register;

OR
HISTORY

OF THE

PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES

OF THE

HOUSE OF COMMONS;

CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF

The most interesting SPEECHES and MOTIONS; accurate
Copies of the most remarkable LETTERS and PAPERS;
of the most material EVIDENCE, PETITIONS, &c.

laid before and offered to the House,

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LONDON
Printed for ). DEBRETT, opposite BURLINGTON HOUSE,

PICCADILLY.

M.DCC.XCIII.

This Day is published, in One Volume, Octavi,
D EPORTS of the COMMISSIONERS appointed to
K inquire into the FEES, GRATUITIES, PERQUI-
SITES,' and EMOLUMENTS, which are or have been
lately received in the several PUBLIC OFFICES, viz.
Treasury,

Treasurer of the Navy,
Admiralty,

Commissioners of the Navy,
Post Office,

Navy and Victualling DepartDock Yards,

ments at distant Ports, Vi&tualling Office, Sick-and-Hurt Office, Secretaries of State, Presented to the HOUSE of COMMONS, June, 1793. Printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington House, in

Piccadilly;

Of whom may be had, The REPORTS of the SELECT COMMITTEES of

1786 and 1791; Containing an accurate Statement of every Branch of the

BRITISH REVENUE.
In One Volume, Octavo, Price 8s. 6d. in Boards.

IN DE X

TO THE

DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS

IN THE

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

VOLUME XXXV.

611

A.

Birmingham, petition from its inADAM, Mr. moves for the habitants, 359

insertion of a clause in the Browne, Mr. presents a petition Traitorous Correspondence bill, from the inhabitants of Poole, 178-intimates his desire to in- 372 troduce a bill for the improve. Budget, Mr. Chancellor Pitt opens ment of the system of criminal his, 47 law in Scotland, 618

Bunbury, Sir Charles, speaks, Aldgate, its inhabitants present a and moves several resolutions petition, 372

concerning the regulation and Alnwick, its inhabitants present a management of felons, 607,

petition, 368 Anitruther, its inhabitants present Burch, Mr, moves for a list of a petition, 375

the necessary arms in the Tower, Appendix, 692—701

- 634 Attorney General speaks on the Burke, Mr. apologises for his ab.

subject of traitorous correspon sence, 43—moved against by dence, and moves for leave to Mr. Pitt, that he might be tabring in a bill to prevent it, ken into custody as a defaulter, 71, 74-moves for its commit 44-is excused, ibid. moves ment, 109

that a Committee be appointed B.

to consider the state of the im• Baker, Mr. alludes to a libellous peachment against Warren Har.

paragraph in a newspaper called tings, Esq. 589—and that the * The World,” upon the Ma Managers do prepare a statenagers of the impeachment ment of the proceedings on the

against Mr. Hastings, 590 trial, 601 Baitard, Mr. makes his report

concerning Mr. Petrie and his arrest, 71, 95

Campsie, its inhabitants present Berkeley, Captain, discharged, on a petition, 368

paying his tees, as a defaulter, Cavendith, Lord George Henry, 45

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