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1780.

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Mar. 8. Debate on Lord George Gordon's Motion, That it be an In-

struction to the Committee on Mr. Burke's Establishment

Bill, to abolish the Offices of Auditor and Tellers of the Ex-

chequer

171

Debate on the Clause in Mr. Burke's Establishment Bill, for

abolishing the Office of Third Secretary of State ...

199

Debate on the Earl of Shelburne's Motion relative to the Re-

moval of the Marquis of Carmarthen and the Earl of Pem-

broke from the Lieutenancy of their respective Counties 217

10. Debate in the Lords on a Motion for a List of Places, Pensions,

&c. held by Members of that House

229

13. Debate on the Clause in Mr. Burke's Establishment Bill, for

abolishing the Board of Trade-Altercation between Mr.

Speaker Norton and Lord North

233

Debate on Lord North's Bill for appointing Commissioners to

state the Public Accounts

278

Westminster Petition for an Economical Reform

285

Complaint against Lord North respecting the Purchase of the

Borough of Melborne Port

287

20., Mr. Fullarton's Complaint of the Earl of Shelburne

293

Debate on the Clause in Mr. Burke's Establishment Bill, for

abolishing the Offices of Treasurer of the Chamber and

others ...

296

21. Debate in the Commons respecting the Renewal of the East

India Company's Charter

309

22. Debate in the Commons on the Duel between the Earl of Shel.

burne and Mr. Fullarton

319

April 5. Debate in the Commons on the Army Estimates and the New

Levies....

327

6. Debate on Mr. Dunning's Motions respecting the Influence of

the Crown-And the Abuses in the Public Expenditure 340

List of the Division on Mr. Dunning's Motion respecting the

Infuence of the Crown.........

368

10. Debate on Mr. Dunning's Motion for securing the Indepen-
dence of Parliament

374

11. Petition from Rochester against Popery

386

Mr. Burke's Speech on the Punishment of the Pillory

388

12. Debate in the Commons on the Malt Tax Bill-Private Brew.

eries, &c...........

391

113. Debate on Mr. Crewe's Bill for disabling Revenue Officers from

voting at Elections

403

14. Debate in the Lords on the Contractors' Bill ....

414

Protest against the Rejection of the Contractors' Bill

457

25. Debate on the Duke of Richmond's Motion respecting the De-

fenceless State of Devon and Cornwall

459

14. The Commons adjourn in consequence of the Illness of the

Speaker

492

24. Debate on Mr. Dunning's Motion for an Address to the King
not to dissolve the Parliament, nor prorogue the Session

494

27. Lord George Gordon presents a Petition from Ayrshire against

the Growth of Popery

533

Debate in the Commons on the Stamp Duty Bill—Propriety of

refusing to vote the Supplies...........

535

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Apr. 28. Debate on the Clauses in Mr. Burke's Establishment Bill, for

abolishing the Office of the Great Wardrobe, the Board of

Works, &c .......

598

May 1. Debate in the Commons on the Bill for appointing Commis-

sioners to examine the Public Accounts

552

5. Debate on General Conway's Bill for quieting the Troubles in

America ......

570

Copy of General Conway's Bill for quieting the Troubles in

America .........

88

8. Debate on calling out the Military upon the Meeting of the

Electors of Westminster

591

Debate on Mr. Sawbridge's Motion for shortening the Duration

of Parliaments .......

594

18. Debate in the Commons on the Exclusion of Strangers from the

Gallery ......

615

Debate on sundry Clauses in Mr. Burke's Establishment Bill... 616

19. Debate on Mr. Adair's Motion respecting the Petitions of the

People

622

23. Debate in the Commons on the Members', Qualification Bill....... 623

24. Governor Pownall's Bill to enable his Majesty to make Peace

with America.......

627

26. Mr. Dunning's Motion for reporting the Resolutions of the 10th

of April ...........

628

June 1. The King's Message for a Vote of Credit

629

Debate in the Lords on the Earl of Shelburne's Motion respect-

ing the Armed Neutrality...........

629

2. Lord George Gordon presents the Petition of the Protestant

Association.......

654

Proceedings in the Commons in consequence of the Riots......... 654

2. Proceedings in the Lords relating to the Riots

664

3. The Duke of Richmond presents his Bill for Annual Parlia-

ments, &c.

686

19. The King's Speech relating to the Riots.......

688

Debate in the Lords on the King's Speech respecting the

Riots .......

689

Debate in the Commons on the King's Speech respecting the

Riots

699

20. Debate in the Commons on the Bill for securing the Protestant

Religion.
...........

702

23. Mr. Burke's Establishment Bill rejected by the Commons......... 714
23. Debates in the Commons on the Bill for securing the Protestant

Religion

714

Debate on the Duke of Richmond's Motion respecting the Con.

duct of the Military in disarming the Citizens of London dur-

ing the Riots

726

Debates in the Lords on the Bill for the Security of the Protes-
tant Religion

... 754
July 8. The King's Speech at the Close of the Session

766

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1780.

Page

Oct. 31. Meeting of the New Parliament

768

List of the House of Commons..............

769

Debate in the Commons on the Choice of a Speaker.

793

Nov. 1, The King's Speech on Opening the Session

808

Debate in the Lords on the Address of Thanks

810

The Lords" Address of Thanks-- The King's Answer

813

6. Debate in the Commons on the Address of Thanks

817

The Commons' Address of Thanks—The King's Answer 820

13. Mr. Adam's Complaint of the Resolutions of the Westminster

Committee of Association......

844

Proceedings in the Lords on the Quarrel between the Duke of

Grafton and the Earl of Pomfret ......

854

20. Coventry Election Petition .....

867

Stafford Election Petition...............

871

Debate on the Motion for a Vote of Thanks to the late Speaker,

Sir Fletcher Norton ...

873

21. Coventry Election........

885

27. Debate in the Commons on the Vote of Thanks to General

Clinton, Earl Cornwallis, &c.

888

Dec. 4. Debate on the Navy Estimates—Sir Hugh Palliser's Defence... 908

1781.

Jan. 23. Coventry Election ....

950

25. The King's Message relative to the Rupture with Holland 960

Papers relating to the Rupture with Holland

967

Debate in the Lords on the King's Message relative to the Rup-

ture with Holland

994

The Lords' Address of Thanks on the King's Message relative

to the Rupture with Holland ......

1007

Protests against the Rejection of an Amendment to the Address

of Thanks on the King's Message relative to the Rupture

with Holland .......

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

1074

Debate in the Commons on the King's Message relative to the

Rupture with Holland .......

.... 1078

The Commons' Address of Tbanks on the King's Message rela-

tive to the Rupture with Holland

1084

Fib. 1. The Thanks of the House of Commons given to their late
Speaker, Sir Fletcher Norton

...... 1106
Debate on Mr. Fox's Motion relative to the Appointment of Sir

Hugh Palliser to the Government of Greenwich Hospital...... 1106

East India Affairs-Petitions from the Governor General and

Council at Calcutta; and from the British Subjects residing

in Bengal, Bahar, and Orissa, against the Supreme Judica-

ture of Bengal

... 1162

12. Debate on General Smith's Motion for a Committee on the Pe..

titions against the Supreme Judicature of Bengal ........ 1182

19. Debate in the Lords on Gooch's Divorce Bill

1207

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1780. April 6. List of the Majority and of the Minority, on Mr. Dun-

ning's Motion respecting the Influence of the Crown

and the Abuses in the Public Expenditure.........
Oct. 31. List of the House of Commons in the Fifteenth Parlia-

ment of Great Britain

368

769

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1780. June 2. Of the Protestant Association : presented by Lord

George Gordon

657

Nov. 20. From Coventry......

867

1781. Feb. l. From the Governor General and Council at Calcutta ;

and from the British Subjects residing in Bengal, Ba-
har, and Orissa, against the Supreme Judicature of
Bengal

1169
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IX. OFFICERS OF STATE.

PERSONS FILLING THE SEVERAL HIGH OFFICES IN CHURCH

AND STATE FROM FEBRUARY 1780 TO MARCH 1781.

ARCHBISHOPS.
1768. Archbishop of Canterbury ..... Hon. Frederick Cornwallis.
1776.

York

William Markham.

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