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Address to his Majesty for the dismissal of Ministers, motion for
in the House of Lords, 656. On his Majesty's message respect-
ing the embedving the provisional caralry and the additional mi-
litia, 868. From the Commons on the same account, 870. From
the Lords on his message respecting remittances to Ireland, 893.
From the same to his Majesty on his message respecting the vote of
credit, 1140. Moved for in the House of Commons, respecting
the rebellion in Ireland, 11 25.
Alien Bill, debates on, 899 to 907, 931 to 933. Clause to the
same suggested by the Lord Chanceller, 959. Purport of, 959.
Armorial Bearings, tax on, statement of, 909. Bill for passed, 1048.
Alleiled tax bill consolidated, read a third time, and passed, 936.
Anderson, Sir John (Lord Mayor) his motion for an amendment
to the act for regulating the ailize of bread, 952.
Attorney General, his speech previous to his motion for a bill re.
pecting the regulation of newspapers, 820. In reply to the ob-
fervations of Mr. St. John previous to his motion respecting the
apprehention of Messrs. Arthur and Roger O'Connor, 1095.
Sills confirmed by royal asleni, progressive fpecification of, 606,
622, 692, 957, 999, 1049, 1057, 1174.
Budget, ítatement of, 509, &c. &c.
Baker, Mr. his inocion for an enquiry into the treatment of tlie
French prisoners of war in the different parts of the kingdom,
604. For the ftanding order of the House to exclude ítrangers
during a debate, 1123.
Banks, Mr. his aniendment to an address to his Majesty, expressive
of his disapprobation of sending the militia to Ireland, 11 40.
Parham, Mr. his objections to the mo:ion of Mr. Wilberfirce re-
specting the abolition of the llare traie, 812. Vindication of
the ailembly of jamaica with rfpct to the Naroon“, 045.
Baring, Sir Francis, opposes the bill för preventing Eritish ves.
sels from failing without conroy, 1015.
Bastard, Mr. opposes the motion of Mr. Tierney respecting an en.
quiry into the conduct of Lord Onllow', 993.
Bedford, Duke of, his speech previous to his motion for an address
to his Majesty for the disniffal of Ministers, 641. Reply to
Lord Borringdon, 661. Reply to Lord Grenville, 688. His
motion respecting the Government of Ireland, 1179.
Besborough, Earl of, his motion for an address to his Majesty re-
specting the state of Ireland, 1179.
Borringdon, Lord, his speech in opposition to the address for the
dismissal of Ministers, moved for by the Duke of Bedford, 658.
Browne, Mr. H. supports the bill for the sale of the land tax. 754.
Burdett, Sir Francis, his observations on the motion of Mr. St.
John respecting the apprehension of Messrs. Artliur and Roger
O'Connor, 1106. In oposition to the newspaper bill, 1120.
Burdon, Mr. supports the land tax fale bill, 904.
urton, Mr. his observations on the motion of Mr. St. John re-
fpefing the apprehenfion of Messrs. O'Connor, 1106.
Buxton, Mr. fupports the measure's proposed by Mr. Dundas for
the more effectual defence of the country against invasion, 712.
The motion repecting the abolition of the slave trade, 792. The
land tax 1ale bill, 831.
Convoy of merchant vesels, motion respecting, 1012. Debates
on the same, 1012 to 1023. i
Corn, motion for a com:nitiee to confider the losses sustained by
British merchants on the importation of, debates on, 1000 to
1005. Negatived, ib.
Caernarvon, Earl of, opposes the bill for the augmentation of the
officers of the militia, 1024. His remarks in reply to the Mar.
quis Townshend, 1026.
Canning, Mr. his speech in support of the motion for the abolition
of the slave trade, 736.
Carliflc, Earl of, recommends to the house to manifeit some token
of approbation of the gallant opposition of the Swiss to the lax-
less aggressions of the French, 718.
Cavendin, Lord George, opposes the measure of fending the
militia to Ireland, 1164.
Curtis, Mr. Alderman, opposes the motion of Mr. Alderman
Lushington for a committee of enquiry into the losses sustaine?
by British importers of corn, 1002.
Defence of the realm, motion for a bill for, 699. Clauses intro-
• duced in discuffion of, 723 to 726. .
Dismissal of Ministers, motion for, 656.
Divorce bills, regulations concerning proposed and agreed to in
the House of Lords, 719, &c.
Delancy, General, his' remarks on the observations of General
Tarleton respecting the purport of Mr. Dundas's motion for the
more efectual defence of the country against invasion, 707.
Dennison, Mr. opposes the bill for the sale of the land tax, 991.
Douglas, Mr. Sylveiter, his observations on the motion of Mr. St.
John respecting the apprehenfion of Arthur O'Connor, 1107.
Dowolnire, Marquis of, his observations in opposition to the ad.
dress for the dismifial of Ministers moved for by the Duke of
Bedford, 666. On the state of Ireland, in reply to some ailes-
tions of Earl Moira respecting the same, 694.
Duncan, Visccunt, for granting an annuity to, bill pafTed, 606.
Dundas, Mr. his observations previous to his motion for a bill for
incorporating the supplementary with the ftanding militia, 577
On the speech of Mr. Jekyll refpe&iing Earl St. Vincent, 529.
la reply to the proposition of Mr. Johnes respecting emigrants,
103. On bringing forward his motion for the more effectual de.
fence of the country against invasion, 699. His motion for an
address to his Majesty on his meilage respecting the embodying
the provisional cavalry and the additional militia, 890. Obfer-
vacions in opposition to the motion of Colonel Walpole respecting
ile Varoons, 942. On the speech of Mr. Tierney, reprobating
the conduct of Lord Onslow, 971. His motion for a bill for bil.
leting the cavalry, 999. For regulating the provisional cavalry.
2011. For an audrcís to his Majesty respecting the voluntary
tender of service from the different regiments of militia, 1131.
Speech in reply to Mr. Sheridan's observations in opposition to
the measure of sending the militia out of the kigndom, 1152.
Emigrants, enquiry concerning by an Honourable Member, 602.
Observations concerning, 905.
Edwards, Mr. B. his speech in opposition to the motion of Mr.
Wilberforce for the revival of the discussion relative to the abo.
lition of the slave trade, 778.
Elford, Major, his observations on the objections of several Gen-
tlemen to the land tax sale bill, 994.
Ellis, Mr. his observations in opposition to the motion of Mr.
Wilberforce respecting the Nave trade. 800.
Eften's divorce bill, discussion of in the House of Lords, 612 to 617.
French prisoners, treatment of, motions and discussions concerning
in the House of Commons, 604 to 609. Resolutions of the Com-
mittee on the same, report of, 989. Motion for the communication
of the fame to princes at amity with Great Britain, 1071.
Fox, Mr. his speech in support of the motion for the abolition of
the slave trade, 800.
Gascoigne, Colonel, opposes the motion for the abolition of the save
trade, 792. For a bill to prohibit the same on the northern coast
of Africa. 955,
Grenville, Lord, his speech in reply to the Duke of Bedford on his
motion for an address to his Majesty for the dismissal of Ministers,
682. Opposes the recommendation of the Earl of Carlisle re-
specting the gallant opposition of the Swiss to the lawless aggref.
fion of the French, 718. Motion for an address to his Majesty
on his message respecting the embodying of the provisionalcavalry
and the additional militia, 868. Obfervations in support of the
bill for the augmentation of the officers in the militia, 1027. In
fupport of the land tax sale bill, 1078.
Habeas Corpus Act, motion for the continuance of the suspension of,
carried in the House of Lords, 868. Debates on in the House of
Commons, 884 to 889. Carried, ib. On the time for its duration,
889 to 892. Carried for Feb. I, 1799.
Hammett, Sir Benjamin, his opinion on the land tax sale bill, 754.
Harrison, Mr, opposes the bill for the sale of the land tax, 8493:
Hawkesbury, Lord, supports the bill for the sale of the land tax, 859.
Hobhouse, Mr. supports the motion for the abolition of the Nave
trade, 792. Opposes the bill for the suspension of the Habeas
Corpus Act, 889. For the sale of the land tax, 853.
Holland, Lord, his speech in support of the address for the dismif-
sal of Ministers, 661, Subinits to the House the propriety of
the arreft of Mr. Arthur O'Connor, immediately after his ac-
quittal, 1039. Opposes the bill for the sale of the land tax, 1110.
Huffey, Mr. recommends an equal tax cpon all property, and op-
poses the land tax fale biil, 996.
Ireland, ftatement respecting, 693.
Jekyll, Mr. censures the conduct of Ministers respecting their dela?
in bringing forward the business of a pecuniary grant to Earl St.
Vincent, 582. His observations on the motion of Mr. St. John
respecting the apprehension of Meffrs. Arthur and Roger O'Cod-
nor, 1105. Opposes sending the militia out of the kingdom, 116.
Johnes, Mr. his proposition respecting emigrants, 602. Forbes
remarks relative to, 905. Objections to the land tax sale bill,993.
Jolliffe, Mr, opposes the bill for the sale of the land tax, 895, 1080.
King, his speech on proroguing the Parliament, 1187.
Kinnoul, Earl of, supports the bill for the sale of the land tax, 111:.
Land tax sale bill, copy of, 760, &c. Its principle and operation,
detail of, 727 to 737. Resolutions of the committee respecting
the saine, 737 to 744. Debates on in the House of Combodi,
744 to 759, 831 to 842, 845 to 848, 849 to 860, 895 10 8979
990 to 999, 1030 to 1035, 1050 to 1054. Passed, ib. Debates
in the House of Lords, 1073 to 1079, 1083 to 1086, 1110 to 112go
Bill passed, ib. Protest against it, ib.
Libel in a public paper, proceedings on in the Lords, 637 to (1.
Lansdowne, Marquis of, his speech in support of the address, for
the dismisal of ministers, 671. Reply to Lord Grenville, 6$.
Liverpool, Earl of, his observation on the ship-owners' bill, 1065.
Loughborough, Lord, his observations on the arrest of Mr. Ar•
thur O'Connor immediately after his acquittal. 1041. In op-
position to the ship owners' bill, 1067.
Maroons, motion for taking into confideration the negotiation
entered into between them and a British general, 941. Debates
on, 942 to 947. Negatived, ib.
Message, from his Majesty to the House of Commons respecting
the grant of an annuity to Lord Viscount Duncan, 579. 1o Earl
St. Vir.cent, 581. To the House of Lords respecting the ef-
bodying of the provisional cavalry and the additional militia, 867,
To the House of Commons on the same, 869. To the House of
Lords respecting remittances to Ireland, 803. To the fame re.
fpecting the vote of credit, 1108. To the fame on the voluntary
tender of service from different regiments of militia, 1128.
Militia officers' augmentation bill, debates on, 1024 to 1029. *:
veral regiments of, tender of their services to his Majesty, mel-
sage concerning, 1128. .
Minority, list of, in the House of Lords, who voted for the Duke
of Bedford's motion for the dismissal of minifters, 689. In the
House of Commons against the bill for the duration of the fol-
pension of the Habeas Corpus Act, 892. For the motion of Mr.
Št. John respecting the cale of Messrs. Arthur and Roger O'Coo-
nor, 1108. For the motion of Mr. Sheridan relative to the fate
of Ireland, 1124, Addition to against the address to his Majer
respecting the militia being fent out of the kingdom, 1165, 1
the House of Lords for Lord Besborough's motion for an addrel
to his Majesty respecting the state of Ireland, 1179.
Major, Mr. Henniker, opposes the motion of Mr. Wilberforce
respecting the slave trade, 799.
Malden, Lord, his observations in favour of the emigrants, 905.
Manning, Mr. opposes the measure of sending the militia out of
the kingdom, 164,
Martin, Mr. contends for the attachment of a due degree of respon-
libility to Lords Lieutenants of counties, 983. Opposes the mo.
tion of Mr. Lushington for a committee of inquiry into the losses
lustained by British importers of corn, 1002.
Moira, Earl, his statement respecting Ireland in opposition to the
affertions of the Marquis of Downíhire, 693.
Mulgrave, Lord, his speech in vindication of the conduct of Mi.
nifters on the Duke of Bedford's address for their dismisal, 676.
Nary, bill for the more effectually manning of, by fufpending
• protections, debates on, 1044 to 1048.
Newspapers, motion for a bill for the regulation of, debates on,
820 to 831. Purport of said bill, 1007. Debates on the same,
1081, 1082, 1118 to 1122.
Taxes, debates on the introduction of, 921 to 926.
Nicholls, M1r. proposes an amendment to the motion for the grant
of an annuity to Earl St. Vincent, 588. Reprobates the syitem
of coercion in lreland, sog. Remarks on the bill for the redemp.
son of the land tax, 757. Opposes the address io his Majeity
respecting the voluntary tender of service from the militia, 1131.
O'Connor, Mr. Arthur, the arrest of immediately after his ac-
quittal, submitted to the consideration of the House, 1039 to 1042.
etention of, motion respecting, 1063. Messrs. Arthur and
loger's apprehension, motion respecting, debates on, 1095 to 1108.
Wow, Lord, inquiry into his conduct as Lord Lieutenant of the
county of Surrey, respecting the carrying into effect in that
county the act of Parliament for the better defence of the realm,
motion for, 970. Debates on, 971 to 988...
11: Earl of, his protest on the rejection of the motion made in
me House of Lords relative to the itate of Ireland, 1184.
so renewal of, motion respecting in the House of Com.
ons, for the repeal of the watch and clock tax, 579, 592,
394: "rom the county of Dumbarton for a tax upon all pro.
9: 958. From the merchants of Liverpool against the Nave
ng bill, 1023. From the merchants and underwriters of
y of London, that the ship owner's bill might not pass
the city of Lo
into a law, 1069.
Protection from impres
from impress, suspension of, for a time limited, bill
entered' against the rejection of the Duke of Bedford's
tor an address to his Majesty for the dismissal of Minis-
289. Against the land tax bill, 1113. Againit the rejec-
the Duke of Leinster's motion for an inquiry into the
Ireland, 1126. Against that of the Earl of Belborough to
motion for an addr
ters, 689. Again
tion of the Duke
ftate of Ireland, 112
the same effect, 1180..