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CHAPTER IV.

Irish Church Bill in the House of Peers-Debate on the second reading

Speeches of Earl Grey, the Earl of Roden, the Bishop of Exeter, Lord Plunkett, Earl of Mansfield, Earl of Eldon, Bishop of London, Archbishop of Canterbury, Duke of Wellington, Lord Chancellor-Proceedings in the Committee—Amendinent as to the Application of the Revenues of Suspended Benefices carried against Ministers—The Bill passes—Irish Tithes-Bill for collecting the Arrears of Tithes.

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CHAPTER V.

The Budget-Mr. Attwood's Motion to inquire into the existing Distress

-Motion in favour of the Agricultural Interest-Repeal of one-half of the Malt Tax carried against Ministers—The Vote rescinded, by coupling the Malt Tax with the Hou ar Window Duty-Motions or the Repeal of the House and Window Duty-Popular Movements in consequence of the Votes on these Motions—Motions against Military and Naval Sinecures-Against Pensions-Sınall Majorities in favour of Military Flogging and the Inpressment of Seamen.

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CHAPTER VI.

BANK OF ENGLAND CHARTER–Government Plan for its Renewal —

Motion for delaying it till next Session lost-Debate on the Resolution making Bank of England notes a legal tender-Debate on the Remuneration to be granted to the Bank — Bill brought in and passed.- East India COMPANY Government Plan for the continuance of the Company-Resolutions agreed to and concurred in by the Lords-Bill brought in and passed.

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CHAPTER VII.

Resolutions proposed by Government for the Abolition of Slavery in

the West Indies – Debate on the Resolution to convert the Service of the Negro into a Compulsory Apprenticeship for a limited timeChanges in, and Debate on, the Compensation to be given to the Planters-Bill brought in-Division on the subject of Apprenticeships -the periods of Apprenticeship reduced.-Factory Bill, Debate onMotion for a Commission to collect Evidence-Motion of Ministers to refer the Bill to a Select Committee, lost-Motion of Ministers to extend the Hours of Working, carried–The Corn Laws..

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CHAPTER VIII.

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Resolutions against Bribery Proceelings on the Petitions from

Liverpool — Warwick — Stafford – Hertford -- Londonderry --- Carrickfergus-Newry-Debate on Mr. Grote's Motion for Vote by BallotDebate on Mr. Tennyson's Motion to shorten the duration of Parliaments-Motions regarding the Reform Act-Motion to confiscate Church Property-Bill to remove the Civil Disabilities of the Jews-Prorogation.

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CHAPTER IX.

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King's Ministers

181

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS.

Sheriffs

Births

183

1. Domestic.--Summary of Re-

Marriages

186

turns made for taking an Ac-

Promotions

191

Deaths

. 195

count of the Population of

Public Income

. 256

Great Britain, &c., &c., &c. 328

Public Expenditure

. 258

Report of Select Committee on

the state of the Disturbed

Disposition of Grants

259

Counties in Ireland

330

Ways and Means

269

Public Funded Debt

270

Report of Select Committee to

Public Unfunded Debt 272

inquire into the state of

Municipal Corporations in

Trade of the United Kingdom 273

Navigation of the United King.

England, Wales, and Ireland 337

dom

Report of the Select Committee

274

341

on Agriculture

Public General Acts

276 11. Foreign. - Correspondence

Public Acts, Local and Personal 280

with his Majesty's Ambas-

Stocks

287

sador at Paris, and Com-

Prices of Corn, Hay, and But-

munications froin the French

cher's Meat

288

Ambassador in London, in

Bills of Mortality-Bankrupts,

Declarations of Insolvency,

1830, relative to the French

and Meteorological Table

Expedition against Algiers 354

. 289

Great Britain and Buenos Ayres.

University Intelligence . 290

-Correspondence relative to

the Occupation of the Mal-

LAW CASES AND NAR- vinas by Great Britain 371

RATIVES.

Holland and Belgium.- Pro-

ject of Convention between

Taunton.-Election Riots-Jas. Holland on the one part and

Wheeler, Richard Hill, Jo. France and Great Britain on

seph Stokes, Henry Gregory,

the other part

375

Joseph Short, and Samuel Speech of the King of Wirtem-

Button

294 berg at the Opening of Ses-

Court of Assizes, Paris.-At- sion of the Chambers, 15th

tempt on the Life of the King January, 1833

408

of the French

299 Message of the President of the

Lancaster.-Trial of the cli- United States to Congress • 412

thero Rioters.-Rex v. Green-

halgh and others

305 HISTORY AND BIO-

Warwick-Crown Court.-Wil-

GRAPHY.

liam Betteridge and Thomas

Watts for Riot

308 Anecdotes and Letters of Cap.

King's Bench.— The King v. tain Blackwood, and Lord

Wall-Attempt to commit an

Nelson

427

unnatural offence

314 Memoir of Angust Lafontaine 442

Old Bailey.-George Fursey.--- Account of the Attempt at In-

Calthorpe Street Murder

. 319 surrection at Modena in 1831 447

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