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C O N T E N T S.
HISTORY OF EUROPE.
CHAP. I. Preliminary Observations.--- Meeting of Parliament.--Election of a
Speaker.-Mr. Abbot proposed--chosen without Opposition.--King's Speech. --address moved by Lord Arden--seconded by Lord Nelson. Speeches of the Marquis of Abercorn-Lord Carlisle--the Duke of Norfolk-Lords Grenville-Petham-Carysfort---und Hobart.--Address curried nem, diss.-Moved the saine Dan in the Lower House by Mr. Trench--seconded by Mr. Curzon.-Speeches of Mr. Cartwright--Sir John Wrottesley ---Mr. Pytches-for-Canning-Lord llawekesouryMr. Windham- Addington—T. Grenville -- Lord Castlereagh—and Mr Whitbread.-- Address carried unanimously.
CIAP. II. Report of the Address brought up--Debate on the second reading.
Speeches of Dr. Wilberforce- Ellivt--Sir Francis Burdett--Mr. Johnstone-Earl Temple--General Maitland-Secretary at War-Mr. ForArchdall-Chancellor of the Exchequer.--Report (grced to.---Address presented--Gracious Anstecr of the king.-Observations.
CHAP. III. Resolutions of the Committee of Supply.--Debate on the first Resolution.
-Speeches of Mr. T. Grenville --Addington-Sir S. Smith-Lord Hawkesbury-Mr. Canning --Altorney Generul-Dr. Lawrence.---Resolutions agreeil to.-Lord Moira's Motion for Papers on the Assumption of the Dominion of the Carnutic, in the House of Lords, agreed to. --Proceedings on the Middleser Petitions.--Military Estimate.---De. bate.--Secretary at IVar-Mr. Bankes-Earl Temple--General Mait. land- Tarleton- Mr. Archdall- Whitbread Sheridan-Canning Wilberforce-Fox--Windham-Chancellor of the Exchcquer.-Resolu. tions committeil.-Debate resumed on the bringing up the Report of the Committee--Mr. T. Grenville--Lord Hawkesbury--Sir F. BurdettDr. Lawrence--Mr. For--I Vindham--Lord Castlereagh.-Resolutions curried unanimously.
CHAP. IV. Preliminary Obserrations.--Conmittee of the House of Commons on the Supe
ply and Ways and Means.--General Statement of the Finance, by the Chancellor of the Exchequer.-Four Millions granted from the Excess of the consolidated Fund, towards the Supply.---Petitions from the ShipOwners against the Tonnage Duły-ordered to lie on the Table.---Bill for appointing Naval Commissioners, for the Purpose of Enquiry into Naval Abuses--Debate thereon--farther Debate on the second reading--and on the third reading-carried. -Debute in the Lords on the Malt Duty Bill. Specches of Earl Spencer-Lord Pelham--Earl of Carlisle-Lords Limerick-Grenville--the Lord Chancellor-read a first Time--Debate on the second Reading:--Speeches of Earls Spencer -Suffolk--the Lord Chancellor-Earl of Carlisle--Darnley--Lord Hobart--the Duke of NorfolkLords Grenville--Pelham-and Minto.--Bill committed and passed.Naval Commission Bill passed in the Lords.-Observations.--Christmas Recess.
CHAP. V. Discouraging Prospects at the Commencement of the Year.-Mecting of Par.
diament after the Recess.--Chancellor of the Exchequer modes for a Continuation of the Bunk Restriction Bill.-Debate--supported by Sir F. Baring.--Lord llawhesbury-and Mr. Princep--- opposed by Mr. Tierney Fox-Banks~-passes the Commons--mored in the House of Lords by Lord Pelham-Debate-Lord Auckland--Moira-King.--Second readingDebate-Lord Auckland-Grenville--Sheffield-passes without further Opposition.--Message from the King, on the Prince of Wales's Affairs.-Congratulatory Address to His Majesty from both Mouses, on his proci. dential Escape from the Machinations of Despard and his Associates.Account of the Conspiracy--Trial of Despard--and Execution of the Traitors.
CHAP. VI. King's Message, respecting the Affairs of the Prince of Pales, taken into
Consideration in the House of Commons--Committee of the whole flouse -Debate--Mr. Addington--Solicitor General-Sir R. Milbank--Ur. Harrison--Lord Castlereagh--Mr. Sheridan-and Mr. For.--The Minister's Resolution for allowing 60,0001, to the Prince of Wales, from the Consolidated Tund, unanimously agreed to by the Committee-Nessage taken inte Consideration by the Lords-- Address of Thanks moved t-carried. Message from the Prince of Wales to the House of Commons.---Bill for increasing the Period of Annual Exercise of the Militia-passes both Tlousts without Opposition. Interesting Debate on Mr. Calcraft's Mo
tion respecting the Prince's Establishment-lost by a small Majority-original Proposition finally agreed to-abrupt Relinquishment of the Prince's further Claims---Considerations and Remarks thereon.
CHAP. VII. : Aing's Message.--- Probability of immediute War.-llis Dinjesty's Message
taken into Consideration in the Lurds Address moved by Lord Hobart-
chequer-Mr. W. Dundas.- Prince of Wales's Annuity Bill-passes the
journment opposed-carried on a Dirision--to the Ilouse of Commons
in the House of Lords-Speeches of Lord Pelham-Duke of Cumberland
bate--Opinions of Mr. Windham-Pilt-- Addington.-Budget brought