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THE

Parliamentary History

ENGLAND,

FROM :

THE EARLIEST PERIOD

TO

THE YEAR

1803.

FROM WHICH LAST-MENTIONED EPOCH IT IS CONTINUED

DOWNWARDS IN THE WORK ENTITLED,

“ HANSARD'S
PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES.”

VOL. XXXII.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD
FROM THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF MAY

1795,
TO THE SECOND DAY OF MARCH

1797.

LONDON:
PRINTED BY T. C. HANSARD, PETERBOROUGH-COURT, FLEET-STREET:
FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME & BROWN; J. M. RICHARDSON;

BLACK, KINGSBURY, PARBURY, & ALLEN; J. HATCHARD; J. RIDGWAY
AND SONS; E. JEFFERY; J. BOOKER; RODWELL & MARTIN; BALDWIN,
CRADOCK, & JOY; R. H. EVANS; BUDD & CALKIN; J. BOOTH; AND
T.C. HANSARD.

1818.

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Oct. 29. The King's Speech on Opening the Session .........

Attack upon his Majesty ...................

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Joint Address of both Houses on the Attack upon his Majesty

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

The King's Answer to the Commons Address ...........

The King's Answer to the Joint Address of both Houses..........

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

31. The King's Answer to the Lords’ Address .......................

Nov. 3. Debate in the Commons on the High Price of Corn ...........

4. The King's Proclamations respecting Seditious Meetings, &c....

6. Debate in the Lords on the Treasonable Practices Bill .........

11. Debate on the Same ...............................

13. Debate on the Same .......

10. Debate in the Commons on the Seditious Meetings Bill ........

12. Debate on the Same........

17. Debate on the Same........

16. Debate in the Commons on the Treasonable Practices Bill.

23. Debate on the Same....................

...................

25. Debate in the Commons on the Seditious Meetings Bill...

27. Debate on the Same.....

......................

Dec. 3. Debate on the Same ........

Nov. 30. Debate in the Commons on the Treasonable Practices Bill

Dec. 10. Debate on the Same .......

Debate in the Lords on the Seditious Meetings Bill ............

14. Debate on the Same................

7. Debate in the Commons on the Budget .........

The King's Message respecting Dutch Prize Money ....... .....

8. The King's Message respecting a Negotiation for Peace .........

The King's Message respecting the Disembarkation of Foreign

Troops .................................................................

9. Debate in the Commons on the King's Message respecting a

Negotiation for Peace with France ................................

10. Debate in the Lords on the King's Message respecting a Nego-

tiation for Peace with France .......

14. Debate on the Same .........

Nov. 23. Debate in the Commons respecting Mr. Reeves's Libel on the

British Constitution ....

26. Debate on the Same ....

...............

Dec. 1. Debate on the Same .....

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Dec. 14. Debate in the Commons respecting Mr. Reeves's Libel on the

• British Constitution ....

662

15. Debate on the Same .........

681

8. Debate in the Lords respecting Mr. Reeves's Libel on the

British Constitution ......

681

11. Debate in the Commons on the Agreement of the House for

lessening the Consumption of Wheat .........

687

16. Debate on the Same.........

9. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Whitbread's Bill to regulate

the Wages of Labourers in Husbandry .........

1796.

Feb. 12. Debate on the Same...........

703

15. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Grey's Motion respecting a

Negotiation for Peace with France .............

715

18. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Wilberforce's Motion for the

Abolition of the Slave Trade.

.....

22, Debate on Mr. William Smith’s Resolutions respecting the Loan 764

26. Debate on the Same .....

777

Mar. 4. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Curwen's Motion for the Repeal

of the Game Laws......................................

Apr. 29. Debate on the Same ..........

... 847

Mar. 4. Debate in the Lords on the Earl of Lauderdale's Motion re-

specting the Four and a Half per Cent Duties

854

3. Debate in the Commons on the Bill for the Abolition of the

Slave Trade...............

7. Debate on the Same ..........

863

15. Debate on the Same .......

866

10. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Grey's Motion for a Committee

on the State of the Nation ........

11. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Joddrell's Motion for Anato-

mizing the Bodies of Felons executed for Burglary or High-

way Robbery .....

918

21. Debate in the Commons on General Macleod's Motion respect-

ing the Employment of Bloodhounds in the War against the

Maroons ........................

Apr. 8. Debate in the Commons on General Smith's Motion respecting

the Expenditure of Public Money on Barracks .................. 929

11. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Francis's Motion respecting the

Regulation of Slaves in the West Indies ........

12. Mr. Abbot’s Motion for a Committee to inspect Temporary

Expiring Laws ..........

992

5. Debate in the Commons on the Dog Tax

994

25. Debate on tbe Same ...........

...... 998

May. 2. Debate in the Commons on the Expulsion of Colonel Cawthorne 1007

Apr. 21. Debate in the Commons on the Quakers Relief Bill ............... 1022

26. Debate on the Same......

1023

May 10. Debate on the Same .....

1025

22. Debate in the Commons on the Bill for granting Duties on

Legacies of Personal Estates .......

............... 1026

May 5. Debate in the Commons on the Bill for granting a Duty on

Succession to Real Estates .......

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