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FOURTH SESSION OF THE SEVENTEENTH PARLIAMENT

OF GREAT BRITAIN.

1794.

Jan. 21. The King's Speech on Opening the Session

1045

Treaties and Conventions with Spain The Two Sicilies-Prus-

* sia-The Emperor-Portugal, &c.

1048

Debate in the Lords on the Address of Thanks ...... ..... 1062

Debate in the Commons on the Address of Thanks......... 1088

23. Debate on Earl Stanhope's Motion for acknowledging the

French Republic

1287

31. Debate on Earl Stanhope's Motion respecting Mr. Muir's Trial 1298

Protest respecting the Trial of Mr. Muir

1308

27. The King's Message respecting the Disembarkation of Hessian

Troops...

1310

31. Debate in the Commons on the Treaty with the King of Sardi-

nia ......

...........

1310

Feb. 3. Debate in the Commons on the Army Estimates

1329

4. Debate on Mr. Adam's Motion respecting the Criminal Law of

Scotland

.... 13:16

5. Debate in the Commons on the Budget

1353

10. Debate on Mr. Grey's Motion respecting employing Foreigners

in any Situation of Military Trust, and bringing Foreign

Troops into the Kingdom, without the Consent of Parliament 1363

17. Debate on the Marquis of Lansdown's Motion for Peace with

France

1391

21. Debate in the Lords on bringing Foreign Troops into the coun-

try, without the Consent of Parliament

1424

Protests against the Hessian Troops Indemnity Bill ....... 1437.

7.. Debate in the Commons on the Abolition of the Slave Trade..: 1439

25. Debate on the Same.................

...... 1445

24. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Palmer's Petition respecting his

Sentence

1449

27. Debate on the Same

1460

Poor Removal Bill

1461

Mar. 3. Petition of Mr. Christopher Atkinson for expunging from the
Journals the Resolution for his Expulsion

.... 1462

6. Bill for the better Observation of Sunday

1464

Debate on Mr. Whitbread's Motion for a Separate Peace with

France

10. Debate on Mr. Adam's Motion respecting the Trials of Mr. Muir

and Mr. Palmer

1486

360

1090

1793. Jan. 28. KING's Message relative to the Correspondence be.

tween M. Chauvelin and Lord
Grenville-- And for an Augmen-
tation of the Forces.......

238

Feb. 11.

respecting the Declaration of War

with France ......

344

Mar. 6.

- respecting employing a Body of
Hanoverian Troops......

557

1794. Jan. 27.

respecting the Disembarkation of

Hessian Troops .......

... 1310

V. LISTS. .

VI. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS, &c.

16

Copy of the Duke of Brunswick's Manifesto, dated September 28th 1792
Copy of the Instructions sent to Earl Gower, signifying his Majesty's

Pleasure that he sbould quit Paris, dated Whitehall, August 17th 1792
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IX. REPORTS.

1793. Feb. 28. Report from the Committee appointed to consider of

Means for expediting Mr. Hastings's Trial ... 521
Apr. 25.

from the Select Committee of the House of
Commons on the State of Commercial Credit 739

X. PERSONS FILLING THE SEVERAL HIGH OFFICES IN CHURCH

AND STATE, FROM DEC. 13, 1792, TO MARCH 10, 1794.

ARCHBISHOPS.
1783. Archbishop of Canterbury...... Dr. John Moore.
1776.

York

William Markham.

BISHOPS.

Samuel Halifax.
John Warren.
Charles Moss.
Spencer Madan.
Sir William Ashburnham, bart.

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Hon. James Cornwallis.

1789. Bishop of St. Asaph
1783. ... Bangor...............
1774.

Bath and Wells ....

1792.

Bristol ...

1754.

Chichester ........
1781.

Coventry and Litch-

field .......

1788.

St. David's ...

1781. · Ely ....

1792.

Exeter ..........

1789.

Gloucester

1788.

Hereford .......

1782.

Landaff

1787.

. Lincoln

1787.

London

1792.

Norwich

1788.

Oxford...........

1769.

Peterborough .....
1774.

Rochester

1791.

Salisbury .............

1781.

Winchester

1781.

Worcester

1791.

Carlisle

1787.

Chester

1791

Durham

LORD High CHANCELLOR.

1792. June 15. Sir James Eyre, knt.; Sir William Henry Ashurst, kpt.; and

Sir John Wilson, knt., Commissioners of the Great Seal.
1793. Jan. 28. Alexander Lord Loughborough. In 1801 created Earl of

Rosslyn.

LORD PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL

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