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Motion for rendering the bill for the trial of controverted elections perpetual;
Atrong opposition ; Debates; the motion carried by a great Majority. Message relative to the transactions in America. American papers laid before the House. Petition received from Bollan the agent. Boston Port Bill. Second Petition from Bollan, refused. Debates. Petition from several natives of North America, resident in London. Great debates upon the third reading of the Boston Port Bil. The Bill pased.
CHA P. VII. Motion preparatory to a repeal of the tea duty laid in 1967. Debate upon the
policy of a repeal at this particular time. Negative put on the motion. Bill brought in for the better regulating the government of Massachuset's Bay : debates upon it : petitions against it : reječted by the house : the bill passed : carried to the Lords: proceedings there : pases the lords. Bill for the impartial administration of justice in Massachuset's Bay: debates : the bill passes both houses. Bill for the government of Quebec, brought into the bouse of lords, and passed: sent to the commons : debates : passes the con-. mons, but with great amendments. Close of the Seffion. Speech from the
APPENDIX to the CHRONICLE. etter from the Asembly of Masachusett's Bay to Lord Dartmouth. [201 Petition of the American Congress to the King.. Address to the People of Great Britain, from the Delegates appointed by the
Jeveral English Colonies of Newhampshire, Malachusett's Bay, Rhode Ifand, and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsyl. wania, the Lower Counties on Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, to consider of their Grievances in General .. Congress, at Philadelphia, September 5th, 1774. :
(207 The Asociation of the American Congress.
[214 Address of the General Congress to the inhabitants of the Province of · Quebec.
[218 Articles of Impeachment of high Crimes and Misdemeanors against Peter
Oliver, Elai Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Judicature, &c. over
obe Prevince of Maffac bafett's Bay, by the House of Representatives in
Inbabitants of that Province, February 24, 1774.
of Londom, previous to bis Majesty's figning the Bill for the better Government
Cafes of Perfons questioned for any has done by them in the Execution of the
Crimes, wbe shall be acquitted or disebarged by Proclamation, respetzing the
venture, lately returned from tbe South Seas, who were surprised by the
His Majesty's Speech to borb Houses o
King, with his Majesty's molt grac
bis Majefy's Answers.
gracious Auswer to their Address.
Lieutenant, with his Excellency's A
The Lords Protest againf the Bill for
Province of Mc sachusetts Bay.
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The Lords Protest against the Bill for the impartial Adminiftration of Justice, in
Proreft of the Lords, 30th November, 1274.
CH A R A C T E R S.
with short Sketches of the Character and Conduct of some of his Ministers,
Cwricus Anecdotes of Robert Perceval, Esq;
50 an extraordinary Instance of Enthusiasm
$1 - Dr. John Dee, with his Prophet, or Seer, Edward Kelly
ibid. Some Account of Dr. Simon Forman ; from Lilly's Hiftory of his own Life and
State of Learning among the Anglo-Sa.
Age of Henry the VIIth.
ing the Cramp-Rings, and offering anca On the Origin of the Order of the Garter Speech made by Henry the FirA, to the
called together by bis Royal Mande
Experiments and Observations on the Singing of Birds; from a curious Letter **
tbat Subject, written the Hon. Daines Barrington, Vice-Pres. R.S, 10
Matthew Maty, M. D Sec. R.S.
77 Fartber Proofs of the Insalubrity of marfby Situations
79 The Case of a Patient voiding Stones through a fiftulous Sore in the Loins, without any concomitant Discharge of Urine by the fame Papage.
80 Remarks on the Aurora Borealis.
82 Of Scotch Pines; by James Farquharfon, Fla.
83 A Description of Loch Lomond
85 Remains of the wild Cattle, which were the native Race of the Country, fill preserved in the Duke of Queensbury's Park at Drumlanrig
93 Of cnimals, as divided into the different Races or Kinds.
Same Account of a Discourse on the differe
versary Meeting of the Royal Society, Bart. President. A Narrative of the Extraordinary Adrien - caft away on the desert Island of East Albert Account of a fourney into Wales Animadverfions on the Iliad of Homer
A new critical Examination of the IF
USEFUL PROJECTS, &c.
fupposed to be that of the Greeks and Romans, lately re-discovered by Mons.
Arts; with Rules for judging of
Father, Sir Thomas Lyttelton.
Madame de Sevigny.
IOS 118 119
A Letter written by the late Rev. Mr. Petition of the late Lord Chesterfield, tEjay on Friendship; written by the la
ANTIQUITI E S. State of Learning among the Anglo-Saxons ; from Mr. Warton's History of English Poetry
121 Some curious Particulars, Sewing the ancient State of Wales, in and about the Age of Henry the VIlth.
- ; 131 An Account of the Remains of the Piets Houses in Scotland. - 139 Remains of Antiquities in the hand of Arran.
140 Exftablishment for the Houshold of the great Mac-donald, Lord of the Isles, in the
- 144 The Order of the Kinge on Good Friday, touchinge the comeing to Service, hallowing the Cramp-Rings, and offering and creeping to the Colle.
ibid. On the Origin of the Order of the Garter. Speech made by Henry the First, to the great Men of the Realm, whom be
called together by his Royal Mandate, to meet at London, in the Sixth Year of bis Reign, 1106; being the first which we have on Record from the
Some Account of a Discourse on the different kinds of Air, delivered at the Anni
versary Meeting of the Royal Society, Nov, 30, 1773 ; by Sir John Pringle, Bart. President. .
147 A Narrative of the Extraordinary Adventures of four Rufian Sailors, who were -cast away on the delert and of East Spitzbergen.
150 Afbort Account of a Journey into Wales; written by the late Lord Lyttelton.
160 Animadverfions on the Iliad of Homer; from the German of J. G. Sulzer.
165 A new critical Examination of the Word Thought, as applied to the fine
Arts; with Rules for judging of the Beauties of Painting, Music, and Poetry.
166 On the Origin and Frogress of the Arts.
167 Juvenile Letters, written by the late Lord Lyttelton, when on his Travels, to his Father, Sir Thomas Lyttelton.
171 Curious Quarrel between a Philosopher and a Wit.
175 Extract of a Letter from M. Voltaire to the King of Prusia. Extract of a Letter from the present Empress of Russia 10 M. de Voltaire.
ibid. Letters between those celebrated epiflolary Writers, the Count de Bully, and Madame de Sevigny.
ibid. A Letter written by the late Rev. Mr. Sterne. - - 181 Petition of the late Lord Chesterfield, to the King Ejay on Friendship; written by the late Dr. Oliver Goldsmish - 183