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513 The History of the last Session of Parliament, &c. The Hißory of the Sefion of Parliament, which began Nov. 24, 1767, being the seventb

Sefion of the Twelftb Parliament of Great Britain ; with an Account of all the mate. rial Questions therein determined, and of the political Disputestbereby occafioned witte

out Doors. Continued from p. 462. ON

N the 26th of Nov. Mr. On- of wheat and wheat flour from Africa.

now, according to order, re- After which Mr. Cooper presented to ported from the committee of the the house, a bill to continue and whole house, to whom it was referred amend an act passed in the last fere to consider of the several acts passed fion of parliament to prohibit, for a lie in the last feffion of parliament, rela- mited time, the exportation of corn, tive to corn and provisions, the resolu- grain, meal, malt, flour, bread, bisa tions which that committee had direct- cuit and starch, and also the extrace ed him to report to the house: which tion of low wines and spirits from he read in his place, and afterwards wheat and wheat flour; and the same delivered in at the table, where they was received and read the fult time, were read and agreed to by the house, and ordered to be read a lecond time. and are as follow. 1. That an act which was no sooner done than Mr. made last fellion of parliament to pro. Cooper, according to order, presented hibit for a limited time, the exporta- to the house a bill to continue the letion of corn, grain, meal, malt, four, veral provitions contained in all the bread, biscuit, and itarch, and also the acts made in the last feflion of parliaextraction of low wines and spirits ment, for allowing the free importafrom wheat and wheat flour, be conti- tion of wheat and wheat flour, barley, nued, with amendments. 2. That the barley meal, pullen oats, and oatmeal, several provisions contained in the se- rye and rye meal, and rice from the veral acts made in the last session for parts therein mentioned, and the same allowing the importation of wheat and was also received and read the first wheat flour, from his majesty's colonies time, and ordered to be read a second in America into this kingdom, for a

time. limited time free of duty; for allowing On the ist of December 1768, the the importation of wheat, wheat flour, order of the day being read for the barley, barley meal, and pulse, free of house to resolve itself into a commit. duty, into this kingdom, from any tee of the whole house, to continue part of Europe ; and for allowing the and amend an act made in the last importation of oats and oatmeal, rye seflion of parliament, to prohibit, for and rye-meal into this kingdom for a a limited time, the exportation of limited time, free of duty; and also so corn, &c. there was presented to the much of an act made in the same sel- house an account of all the corn, grain, fion, as allows a free importation of meal, dialt, flour, bread, 'biscuit, and rice, into this kingdom, from his ma- starch, exported from England to any jesty's colonies in North America, be place whatsoever, by virtue, or in purcontinued. 3. That upon the expor. Juance of any of the liberties or pow. tation of such rice as thall be imported ers granted for that purpose by an act duty free, the like duty be laid as part the last feffion to prohibit the exwas impoied upon the exportation of portation thereof; some of which ac. rice imported duty free, by virtue of counts were ordered to lie upon the such part of the said act. It was then table, to be perused by the members ordered, that a bill, or bills, be of the house, and the rest were refer. brought in upon these resolutions, and red to the committee of the whole that Mr. Onllow, Mr. Cooper, Mr. house, to whom the bill to prohibit Secretary Conway, Mr. Tho. Town. the exportation of corn, &c. was comfhend, junior, Mr. Pryse Campbell, mitted. It is proper here to observe, and the Lord Clare do prepare and that the corn, &c. exported in purbring in the same.

suance of the liberties granted in the The next day it was ordered, that act to prohibit its exportation, was it be an instruction to the above com- that allowed to be lent' to che ines of mittee, to consider of the importation Jersey, Guernsey, and our garrisons Oct. 1768.

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