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HISTORY OF EUROPE.
STATE of the Country-Illness and Death of the Duke of York-Succeeded
by the Duke of Wellington in the Command of the Army-Meeting of
Parliament-Address of Condolence to the King-Bill for granting an
increased Allowance to the Duke of Clarence-The Irish Catholics-
Debate on Sir Francis Burdett's Motion to take their Claims into Con-
The Corn Laws-Resolutions introduced by Mr. Canning-Motion for
the House going into a Committee opposed by the Agriculturists-
Views of the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Mr. Peel-Mr. Banks's
Amendment to raise the medium Price lost-Mr. Whitmore's Amend-
ment to lower the medium Price lost-Ministers agree to raise the
medium Price of Barley and Oats-Attempts to raise the medium Price
of Rye, Pease, and Beans-Attempts to increase the Duty on Oatmeal
and Flour Scheme of Mr. Hume in opposition to the Resolutions—
Bill founded on the Resolutions brought in-Amendments proposed-
Debate and Division on the second Reading-Bill passes the House of
Illness of the Earl of Liverpool-State of the Cabinet-Difficulties in the
way of appointing a Premier-Interregnum of the Ministry-Mr.
Tierney opposes a Vote of Supply on that ground-Sir Thomas Leth-
bridge gives Notice of a Motion for an Address to the King-Dissolution
of the Ministry-Mr. Canning is made Minister-The greater Number
of his former Colleagues immediately resign-New Appointments—
Mr. Canning's Coalition with the Whigs.
Meeting of Parliament after the Recess-Mr. Peel explains in the House
of Commons the Reasons of his Resignation-Statement of Mr. Can-
ning-Sir Francis Burdett and Mr. Brougham defend their Coalition
with the Ministry-Explanations in the House of Lords by Lord Eldon,
the Duke of Wellington, Lord Bathurst, Lord Westmorland, and Lord
Melville, of the Reasons of their Resignations-Discussions in both