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All Communications for this Work, if forwarded to Mr. Wright, No. 5, Panton-Square, or to Mr. T. C. HANSARD, Peterborough Court, Fleet-Street, will be carefully attended to ; but as an early publication of the proceedings of each Session is extremely desirable, it is respectfully requested that such Communications may be forwarded with as little delay as possible.

Of the same Proprietors may be had, in Thirty-six Volumes,

THE

PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY

OF ENGLAND,

FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD

TO THE YEAR 1803.

Page
Feb, 15. Case of the Bowditches

687

The Queen-Church of Scotland ......

10........roses............. 689

Court of Admiralty in Scotland-Compensation to Clerks ...... 715

16. Scotch Juries Bill......

.............. 717

Irish Union Duties

.......

720

British Museum..................

1............ 723

Mr. Hume's Motion for submitting the Ordnance Estimates in

Detail.................

................. 726

19. Hull Poór Rates Bill

.................................................... 795

20. Prevention of Bank Forgeries ....

803

Nottingham Petition for the Impeachment of Ministers ....... 804

Mr. Creevey's Motion respecting the Conduct of the Sheriff of

Chester

811

Bill for Abolishing the African Company

823

21.' The Queen-Milan Commission ...

836

Naples-Conduct of the Allied Powers,

837

22. Agricultural Distress

895

Dublin Petition complaining of the Conduct of the High Sheriff 901

Addresses for Money-Standing Order .........

917

Conduct of Mr. Justice Best-Petition of Thomas Davison...... 918

Ionian Islands........ ........ ...........cón.............oogoorovo bi......

933

26. Scotch Court of Admiralty-Compensation to Clerks ..........66 939

Corn Averages ...s vide

940

Capital Crimes Defence Bill

..06.... 945

27. Metropolis Turnpike Trusts....

946

West India Dock Company ................

947

28. Execution of Murat

949

Petitions respecting the Roman Catholic Claims ................ 949

Mr. Plunkett's Motion for a Committee on the Roman Catholic

Claims........

961

Mar. 1. State of Education in Ireland

1034

2. Resolutions respecting the Roman Catholic Claims ....

............ 1066

Grampound Disfranchisement Bill

1068

5. Grampound Disfranchisement Bill

1077

Husbandry Horses ....

1078

Transfer of Stock

1082

Mr. Ellis-Duties of a Master in Chancery in Ireland ............ 1084
6. Mr. Maberly's Motion respecting the State of the Revenue, and
the Repeal of the House and Window Duties

1100
7. Petition of N. Broadhurst, complaining of Ill-treatment in Lan-
caster Castle ..........

1118

Petition of Thomas Daviwon-Right of Judges to fine a De-

fendant during the course of his Defence .........

... 1132

Mr. Gooch's Motion for a Committee on Agricultural Distress.. 1139

Criminal Law in Ireland

............... 1161

9. Breach of Privilege-Complaint against " The Morning Chroni-

.................................... 1162
Petition of Charles Hill, complaining of Ill-treatment in Ilches-
ter Gaol

.... 1170

Army Estimates............

1172

cle.” ......

IV. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS.

31. Copy of the Communication from the Queen, relative to the
intended Provision for her Majesty .....

.......... 236
of the Circular Dispatch to his Majesty's Missions at

Foreign Courts, relative to the Discussions at Troppau
and Laybach

283
FINANCE ACCOUNTS, for the Year 1820

App. i

Page

Jan. 26. Petitions relative to the Queen

119

Committee of Supply

138

Lord Archibald Hamilton's Motion respecting the Omission of

the Queen's Name in the Liturgy

139

31. Petitions relative to the Queen ........

221

Petitions for a Reform of Parliament

222

Petitions relative to the Queen .........

228

Provision for the Queen-Communication from her Majesty 286

Feb. 1. Petitions relative to the Queen ....

280

Bank Notes

286

Breach of Privilege-Complaint of an Address published in the

London Gazette..............................

288

Revenue Accounts

298

Provision for the Queen

308

2. Petitions relative to the Queen .......

324

Breach of Privilege-Complaint of an Address published in the

London Gazette....

338

Bank of Ireland .......

339

Navy Estimates.............

342

5. Agricultural Distress... . .....

360

The Marquis of Tavistock's Motion relative to the Conduct of

Ministers with regard to the Proceedings against the Queen.. 361

6. Water-Works—Supply of Water to the Metropolis ...

422

Motion for a Committee to inquire into the State of Foreign

Trade ..............

425

Slave Trade

428

The Marquis of Tavistock’s Motion relative to the Conduct of

Ministers with regard to the Proceedings against the Queen.. 429

8. Petitions relative to the Queen ........

511

Trade of Birmingham-Petition of the Merchants

523

9. Timber Duties--Petition from New Brunswick in favour of 542

Censorship of the Press in India ....

553

Petitions relative to the Queen......

553

Petition from Chester, complaining of the Conduct of the Sheriff 55+

Detention of a British Subject at Ghent Petition of W.

M.Dougall..........

562

Motion for defering the Committee of Ways and Means

563

Motion respecting the President of the Board of Control 574

12. Machinery-Petition of Rope-makers .......

579

Petitions relative to the Queen

580

Grampound Disfranchisement Bill ....

583

Queen's Aonuity Bill

606

13. Petitions relative to the Queen

608

Mr. Smith's Motion for restoring the Queen's Name to the

Liturgy .......

.... 620

14. Laws respecting the Admission of Attorneys and Solicitors 666

Conduct of Sheriffs in refusing to call County Meetings ........ 667

Scotch Juries Bill ..............

670

Smuggling Prevention Service .......

681

Malt Duties Bill

683

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