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J. G. & F. RIVINGTON;
LONGMAN, REES, ORME, AND CO.; JEFFERY AND SON; J. M. RICHARDSON;

J. BOOTH; J. BOOKER; J. RODWELL; SHERWOOD, GILBERT, AND PIPER;
HAMILTON, ADAMS, AND CO.; G. LAWFORD; J. DOWDING; WIITTAKER,

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CONTENTS.

CHAPTER 1.

STATE of Parties–Effect of the dismissal of the Ministry on the state of

Parties and on Public Opinion-Coalition of the late Ministry with

the Radicals and Papists-Overtures made by Sir Robert Peel to Lord

Stanley and Sir James Graham, and declined-Dissolution of Par-

liament-Principles of the different Parties--General Election--Popish

Intimidation in Ireland-Determination of the Opposition to oppose Mr.

Abercromby to the late Speaker-Ecclesiastical Commission. [1

CHAPTER II.

Meeting of Parliament-Debate on the Election of the Speaker-Speeches

of Lord Francis Egerton – Mr. Dennison-Sir Charles Manners Sutton

-Mr. Abercromby-Lord Stanley-Lord John Russell—Sir Robert

Peel-Mr. Abercromby chosen by a majority of ten-Sir Charles Sutton

[21

CHAPTER III.

Opening of the Session-King's Speech-Address in the House of Lords,

carried without a division Formation and Policy of the New Governa

ment attacked by Lord Melbourne and Lord Brougham, and defended

by the Duke of Wellington and Lord Lyndhurst Declarations of the

Earl of Ripon and Duke of Richmond-Amendment moved to the

Address in the House of Commons-Nature and object of the Amend-

ment-Speeches of Lord Morpeth-Mr. Pemberton-Sir R. Peel. [37

CHAPTER IV.

Continuation of the Debate on the Address-Speeches of Mr. Robinson

Mr. Ward – Lord Stanley supports the Address-Speech of Lord

Johan Russell for the Amendment Speeches of Mr. Goulburn-Lord

Dudley Stuart, Mr. Sergeant Goulburn, and other Members--Lord

Howick supports the Amendment, but in the hope that, though it

should be carried, Ministers will not resign-Speech of Sir James

Graham for the Address, and Mr. O'Connell for the Amendment-

Amendment is carried by a majority of seven-Discussion on the bring;

of the Report-Speech of Mr. Tennant-The King's answer. [72

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