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Apr. 16. Protest against rejecting an Amondment to the Address on the

Arrears of the Civil List ......

187

28. General State of the British Museum

188

29. Mr. Wilkes's Motion for expunging the Resolution respecting

his Expulsion .....

193

Debate in the Commons on the Bill for licensing a Play-house in

Birmingham

198

30. Debate on Mr. Temple Luttrell's Motion for the Admission of

Strangers into the Gallery of the House of Commons..... 205

May 1. The Earl of Radnor's Protest against the Bill for the better Sup-

port of the King's Household

211

7. Mr. Speaker Norton's Speech to the King on presenting the Bill

for ihe better Support of his Majesty's Household............ 213

8. Debate in the Commons on a Demand made by the Landgrave

of Hesse for the Expences of Foreign Hospitals during the

late War .......

214

9. Debate in the Commons on Şir James Lowther's Motion for an

Address relative to the Income of the Royal Brothers.......... 221

Debate in the Commons on Mr. Speaker Norton's Speech to the

King on presenting the Bill for the better Support of his Ma-

jesty's Household ...
......

227

13. Debate in the Commons on the Bill for the better securing Dock

Yards, &c.

234

14. Debate in the Commons on the Budget

241

21. Debate in the Commons on the Affairs of the East India Com.

pany

273

26. Debate in the Commons on the Servants' Tax..........

287

Proceedings in the Commons on the State of the African Com-

pany, and of the Trade to Africa

291

30. Debate in the Lords on the Earl of Chatham's Motion for an Ad-

dress to the King to put a Stop to Hostilities in America 316
June 6. Mr. Speaker Norton's Speech to the King on presenting the Mo-

ney
Bills

352

The King's Speech at the Close of the Session

353

......

1778.

Jan. 22. Debate in the Commons on raising Troops by Subscription with-

out Consent of Parliament......

614

23. Debate in the Lords on the Earl of Abingdon's Motion respect-

ing the Legality of raising Troops by private Aids without

Consent of Parliament

..... 625

27. Debate in the Commons on Mr. Fox's Motion for General Bur-

goyne's Instructions

........ 644

29. Debate on a Motion for the Exclusion of Strangers from the

Gallery of the House of Commons

647

Feb. 2. Debate in the Committee on the State of the Nation, upon the

Duke of Richmond's Motion, “ That no more of the Old Corps

be sent out of the Kingdom”............

650

Debate in the Committee on the State of the Nation, upon

Mr. Fox's Motion, “ That no more of the Old Corps be sent

out of the Kingdom"

672

4. Debate in the Commons on Clothing the New Levies raised

without Consent of Parliament....

684

6. Debate on Mr. Burke's Motion relative to the Military Employ-
ment of Indians in the Civil War with America.......

694

Proceedings in the Lords respecting the Commercial Losses oc-

casioned by the American War

708

11. Debate in the Committee on the State of the Nation, upon Mr.

Fox's: Motion relative to the State of the British Forces in

America

718

13. Debate in the Commons on the Navy Estimates.........

726

16. Debate in the Lords on General Gates's Letter to the Earl of

Thanet respecting the Capture of General Burgoyne's Arniy at

Saratoga ....

730

Debate in the Committee on the State of the Nation, upon the

Duke of Richmond's Motion respecting the State of the Bri-

tish Forces in America .......

735

19. Debate in the Committee on the State of the Nation, upon the

Duke of Richmond's Resolutions respecting the Expences of

the American War...................

745

Petition from the County of Norfolk to the Commons, against

raising Men and Money without Consent of Parliament ... 758

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Debate in the Commons on Lord North's Conciliatory Proposi-

tions

762

23. Debate in the Commons on Lord North’s Conciliatory Bills...... 775

25. Debate in the Lords on a Motion for the Attendance of the Sur-

veyor of the Navy

S15

Mar. 2. Debate in the Lords on the Duke of Bolton's Motion respecting

the State of the Navy

818

5. Debate in the Lords on the American Conciliatory Bills ......... 834

- 9. The Earl of Abingdon's Protest against the American Concilia-

tory Bills............

867

Debate on the Budget

870

11. Mr. Sawbridge's Motion for Shortening the Duration of Parlia-

ment ....

873

Debate in the Commons on the State of the Navy

874

12. Debate on Mr. James Luttrell's Motion for an Instruction to the

American Commissioners respecting the Removal of obnoxious

Ministers, &C........

899

Debate in the Lords on the Enquiry into the Conduct of the

Transport Service ...

901

16. Mr. Grenville's Motion for all Communications touching a Treaty
between France and the revolted Colonies in America

908
17. The King's Message respecting a Treaty between France and the
revolted Colonies in America

........ 912
Debate in the Lords on the King's Message respecting the
Treaty between France and the revolted Colonies in Ame-

914

The Lords' Address on the King's Message respecting the Treaty

betwen France and the revolted Colonies in America-The

King's Answer ...

... 926

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

Treaty between France and the revolted Colonies in America 927

The Commons' Address on the King's Message respecting the

Treaty between France and the revolted American Colonies-

The King's Answer .....

927

19. Debate on Mr. Fox's Motion relative to the Failure of the Expe-

dition from Canada............

958

23. Debate on the Duke of Richmond's Motion for withdrawing the

Forces from America........

959

The King's Message for calling out the Militia

969

Debate in the Commons on the Bill for employing Convicts on

the River Thames

970

Mr. Burke's Motion relative to the Charge for Scalping

Knives, Tomahawks, &c. in the Army Extraordinaries ......... 971

Debate on Colonel Barré's Motion for a Committee to Enquire

into the Public Expenditure

.... 979

31. Debate on the Earl of Effingham's Motion relative to the State

of the Navy......

980

April 2. Debate on Mr. Wilkes's Motion relative to Private Aids or Loans

to the Crown .....

.... 996

6. Debate on Sir William Meredith's Motion for the Repeal of the
American Declaratory Act,

1010
7. DEBATE ON THE DUKE OF RICHMOND'S MOTION FOR AN

ADDRESS TO THE KING UPON THE STATE OF THE Natron
-SUDDEN ILLNESS OF THÈ EARL OF CHATHAM............ 10)

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