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Speech of Mr. Fox, Lord G. Ca- and Alderman Townsend, vendish, and Mr. Pitt's reply 42

that business of Mr. Fox, in farther ex- The whole House in Committee on planation

43 the fourth charge against Warof Mr. Pitt, in reply 44 ren Hastings, Esq. viz. the re

of Mr. Fox, in answer to suinption of the Jaghires and Mr. Pitt

45

\confiscation of the treasures of of Lord George Cavendish 46 the Princesses of Oude

74 -of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Burke 47 Speech of Mr. Sheridan on openThe House in Committee on the ing the above charge

75 charges against Mr. Hastings ib. Speech of Mr. Burgess Speech of Mr. Piti on that business ib. of Mr. Stanhope and Mr. The House in Committee on the

Fox lottery regulation bill

of Mr. Taylor, Major Speech of Mr. Rose and Mr. Fran. Scott, and Mr. Pitt cis on that business

ib,

of Mr. Fox, in reply Speeches of Alderman Newnham,

of Mr. Wilberforce

104 Sir Grey Cooper, Mr. Steele, and

of Mr. Fox and Mr. SheMr. Bearcroft

49
ridan

105 -of Mr. Dempster and Mr.

-- of Mr. Martin and Mr. Fox

50

Montague
-of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Fran- The House in Committee on the
cis

51
fame business

ib. Mr. Adam makes a complaint of Speeches of Mr. Dempster and breach of privilege against the Mr. Francis

ib. Sheriff of Renfrew

ib.

of Mr. Dundas, the SoliMr. Pitt moves for fixing a day for citor General, Sir W. Dolben, takinginto consideration the com

and Mr. Francis

107 mercial treaty with France

52

of Mr. Burgess, Mr. FranLord George Cavendish moves for cis, and Mr. Nicholls a call of the House

of Major Scott Speech of Mr. Fox on that business ib. of Mr: Courtenay and Ma

of Sir Richard Hill, Mr. jor Scott Fox, and Mr. Pitt

57

-of Mr. Chancellor Pitt Speeches of Mr. Martin and Mr.

-of Mr. Sheridan

137 Francis on the commercial treaty

of the Solicitor General, with France

65 Mr. Vanfittart, and Mr. Fox 139 of Mr. Wilbraham

of Mr Dempfier and Mr.
-of Mr. Burke
67 Boughton Rous

140 of Mr. Wilberforce

68

of Alderman Le Mefurier -of Mr. Burke, in reply 69

and Mr. Samuel Smith

141 -of Mr. Chancellor Pitt 70 Mr. Adams complains to the House

-of Mr. Fox and Mr. Burke ni of the detention of the wric for Sir Francis Baflet moves for a call Renfrewthire

143 of the House

ILZ

ib.

113

II4 132

66

ib. Sir Adam Ferguson's remarks Objected to by Mr. Pitt ib.

ib. Mr. Dempster moves for postponing

Mr. Dundas moves to adjourn the the inquiry into the merits of confideration of the above come the petitions from India 72 plaint

144 Remarks of Mr. Fox on the third Sis Gilbert Elliot and Mr. Burke

reading of the lottery regulation give notice of their intended mo. bill

ib. tion for the attendance of Sir Speeches of, Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, Elijah Impey and Mr. Middleton ib.

thereon

148

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Mr. Fox's motion on the probable the treaty of navigation and come
state of our future trade with

merce with France

209

Portugal

144 Mr. Pelham requires some previous

Sir Grey Cooper's Speech on fe- explanation on certain points of

coading the above motion

that treaty

ib.

Speech of Mr. Beaufoy in reply 151 Conversation between Mr. Pitt and

-of Mr. Chancellor Pitt 158 Mr. Fox, concerning the treaty 210

of Mr. Fox, in reply 159

Observations of Sir Francis Basset ib.

Confiderations on the lottery bill, as Remarks and observations by Mr.

brought from the Lords

160 Drake, Captain Minchin, Mr.

Speeches of the Speaker, Mr. Fox, Pitt, and Mr. Sheridan

and Mr. Pitt, on that business 161 The House in Committee on the

Alderman Newnham presents a pe-

commercial treaty

tition from the Chamber of Ma. Mr. Pitt moves for lowering the

nufacturers '

of Great Britain 162 duties on French wines

ib.

Remarks of Mr. Chancellor Pitt Speech of Mr. Flood on the above

thereon, and Mr. Fox's answer treaty

213

thereto

163 -of Mr. Wilberforce

224

Speeches of Mr. Pitt and Mr. She-

of Mr. Flood, in reply 227

ridan

164

-of Mr. Fox

The House in Committee on the

of Mr. Dundas

229

treaty of commerce with France 165 of Mr. Powys and Mr.

Mr. Chancellor Pitt's observations Drake

23

thereon

ib.

of Alderman Watson, Mr."

Speech of Mr. Fox on that business

179

Drake, Mr. Hulley, and Mr.

of Mr. W. Grenville, and

Fox

231

Mr. Fox in reply

188

of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Fox 232

of Mr. Francis

189

of Mr. Grenville, Mr. Fox,

--of Mr. Powys, Alderman and Mr. Sheridan

233
Watson, and Mr. Baring

Mr. Pelham moves for the House

Account of the stock of wine in

to form itself into a Committee

the possession of dealers at cer- on the charges against Mr. Hal-

tain periods

203

tings

ib.

Account of the value of goods, Observations on that business by

wares, and merchandize, ex- Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, Mr. She-

ported from and imported into ridar, Mr. Pelham, and Mr.

Great Britain

204

Dundas

234

Account of the commissioners for Speech of Mr, Fox on the fame oc.

the reduction of the national debt

casion

ib.

for the two first quarters 206

of Sir Grey Cooper 239

Conversation between Mr. Dempo,

of Mr. Chancellor Pitt
fter and Mr. Dundas on the East.

-of Mr. Powys and Mr.

India petition

207

Yonge

2 44

Mr. Pitt moves for leave to bring ---of Mr. Sheridan, Mr. Fox,

in a bill to suppress unlawful lot-

and Mr. Pitt

245

teries

The House in Committee on the

Speech of Mr. Fox, Mr. Pitt, and treaty of navigation and com-

Alderman Townsend thereon ib.

246

of Sir Benjamin Hammet, Speech of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Fox ib.

Mr. Drake, Sir James Erskine, Altercation between Mr. Pitt and

and Mr. Pitt

209

Mr. Sheridan

247

Mr. Pitt moves the House to re. Speeches of Mr. W. Grenville,

solve itself into a Committee, on Mr. Dempster, Sir E. Alley,

Sir

202

Sir J. Johnstone, Lord Penrhyn, Conversation between the Speaker,

and Mr. Pitt

249

Mr. Drake, Mr. Vanfittart, and

of Mr. Whitbread, Sir B. Mr. Dundas

270

Hammet, Mr. Fox, and Sir Grey

-between Mr. Burke and Mr.

Cooper

250

Dundas

273

of Mr. W. Grenville, Mr.

-between Mr. Burke, Sir

Fox, Alderman Watson, and Sir John Rous, and Mr. Fox

2 72

H. Hoghton

251 The House in Committee on the

Question from Mr. Sheridan an- charges against Warren Hal-

swered by Mr. Pitt

252 tings, Esq.

Mr. Burke moves for the printing Observations thereon by Mr. Dun-

of certain papers relative to the das, Sir Gilbert Eliot, and Mr.

charges against Mr. Hastings 253

Phipps

ib.

Mr. Beaufoy reports to the House Observations by Mr. Burke and

the proceedings of the Commit-

Mr. Pitt

273

tee on the treaty of navigation Sir Elijah Impey called to the bar

and commerce

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of the House

274

Speech of Mr. Sheridan thereon ib. Mr. Pitt gives notice of his inten-
-of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Gren-

tion to bring before the House

ville

255 the consolidation of the customs,

of Mr. Sheridan, in reply 256

&c.

ib.

Mr. Pitt's reply thereto

257 Conversation thereon between Mr.

Declaration of Mr. Sheridan in

Pelham and Mr. Pitt

ib.

answer to Mr. Pitt

258 Mr. Blackburne reads a letter from

Speeches of Mr. Flood and Mr. Manchester on the treaty of com-

Grenville

259 merce

275

-of Mr. Flood, in reply 260

e moves for an address of

-uf Mr. W. Grenville and thanks to His Majesty on the

Mr. Fox

262 advantages of the commercial

-of Mr. Pelham

263

treaty

276

Mr. Beaufoy gives notice of his Remarks of Captain Berkeley

intention to move for an address

thereon

ib.

to His Majesty concerning the --of Mr. Gray

277

commercial treaty

ib.

Authentic copy of Monf. de Ca-

Mr. Burke calls the attention of lonne's letter to Thomas Jeffer-

the House to the impeachment of son, Minister of the United States

Mr. Hastings

ib. of America

280

Remarks thereon by Major Scott Speech of Mr. Hawkins Browne
and Mr. Pitt

265 and Mr. Robert Thornton, on

Speech of Mr. Burke in explana. the commercial treaty.

286

tion

266 Speech of Captain Macbride 287

Alderman Le Mesurier presents a

-of Mr. W. Ellis

288

petition from the poor unfortu-

-of Mr. D. Pulteney 289

nate debtors in Newgate 267

-of Mr. Brandlyn and Mr.

Mr. Dempster gives notice of his Sheridan

291

intended motion concerning the

of Mr. Burke

293

petition from the East-India

-of Lord Mornington

Company's Servants abroad 268

of Mr. Anftruther

Conversation between the Speaker

of Mr. M. Montague 299

and Mr. Dempster on that sub-

of Mr. Wyndham 300

ject

ib.

of Mr. Grenville

302

between Sir James Erskine,

of Mr. Adam

304

Mr. Burke, and the Speaker 269

of Mr. Wilberforce

307

Specch

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Speech of Mr. Young

309

Remarks thereon by Mr. Demp-of Sir Grey Cooper

310 ster, Mr. Pitt, Mr. Sheridan, -of Mr. John Scott, and and Mr. Dundas James Erskine

by Mr. Burke and Major of Mr. Fox and Mr. Powys 312

Scott

339 of Mr. Chancellor Pitt 314 Colonel Fitzpatrick's speech on the of Mr. Sheridan

House going into a Committee -of Mr. Pict, in reply.'

on the mutiny bill

348 of Mr. Sheridan, Sir Grey Speech of Sir Charles Gould

342 Cooper, and Mr. Fox

320
-of Mr. Francis

343 Substance of the Address to His

-of the Secretary at War Majesty

321
and Mr. Fox

344 Major Scott moves for certain cx

-of Sir Charles Gould and tra&ts from the Bengal Persian Mr. Jolliffe

345 correspondence

322

of Mr. Francis, Sir George The House in Committee on the Howard, Sir James Erskine, and

charges against Warren Haf- Colonel Fitzpatrick tings, Esq.

ib. The report of the mutiny bill Sir Elijah Impey examined at the

brought up

347 bar

ib. Remarks thereon by Colonel FitzRemarks of Mr. Bastard thereon 323 patrick, the Attorney General, -of Mr. Holdsworth 324 and the Judge Advocate

ib. of Sir W. Leman, Sir W. Mr. Pitt proposes several resolutions Dolben, Mr. Burke, and Mr. on the simplification of the cuf. Bastard

325 Sir M. W. Ridley intimates his Mr. Wilberforce calls the attention

determination to bring forward of the Houle to the affair of Mr. the case of Captain Brodie

Lucham Conversation between that Baronet Remarks thereon by Mr. Francis, and Mr. Pitt thereon

ib. Mr. Dundas, and Alderman Le - between Mr. Dempster, Mesurier

349 Mr. Francis, and Mr. Pitt, on The House in Committee on the the petition from the East-India charges against Mr. Hastings ib. Company's servants

326 Speech of Mr. Pelham on that bu. Mr. Burke gives notice of the na, finess

ib. ture of the next charge against

-of Major Scott

354 Mr. Hastings

327

-of Mr. Dundas Mr. Pitt's mption for fimplifying

of Sir J. Johnstone and Mr. the public accounts in the va

Francis rious branches of the revenue. ib. -of Mr. Burgess

359 Mr. Pitt's remarks thereon

of Mr. Vansittart and Mr. Speech of Mr. Burke and Sir Grey Burke Cooper on that business

334

of Sir J. Johnstone and of Mr. S. Thornton and Lord Mulgrave Lord Penrhyn

335

of Mr. Dempster and Mr. of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Fox 336 Dundas

362 Conversation between Mr. Demp

of Lord Hood

363 fter and Mr. Pitt, concerning

of Mr. Chancellor Pitt

1365 the abuse of bonds and cockets 337 Sir Matthew White Ridley reads The House in Committee on the the memorial of Capt. Brodie 370 Bengal petition

338 Copy of Captain Brodie's letter to Mr. Dempster gives notice of his the Admiralty on the commenceintention to bring in a bill to re. ment of the war

371 peal the East-India bill

Speccia

326

ib.

356

358

328

360

361

ibo

3 98

: Pitt

in reply

380

381

ib.

Speech of Sir J. Miller thereon

372

House on the address to the of Captain Gower and Sir Crown on the commercial treaty 392 Edward Affleck

374' Speech of Mr. Pitt, in reply -of Sir John Jarvis 375

of Mr. Bastard

40: -of Captain Macbride, Mr.

of Mr. Fox

402 Hopkins, Mr. Drake, and Mr.

of Mr. Pitt

403 376 of Mr. Sheridan

404 -of Mr. Fox and Mr. Pitt,

of the Attorney General

406 of Mr. Bearcroft

407 of Lord Mulgrave

of Mr. Pitt, Sir W. Molefof Mr. Pulteney, Mr. Dun- worth, and Mr. Dundas

408 das, and Sir G. Collier 382 State of the navy, including ships

of Mr. Dempster, Mr. Brett, in commission, in ordinary, and Commodore Bowyer,' Mr. She- building

409 ridan, and Mr. Dundas 383 llumble address of the Lords and of Sir Matthew White Rid

Commons to the King

415 ley, Mr. Pitt, Lord Hood, and The King's answer thereto

ib, Sir John Jarvis

384 Mr. Gilbert moves for power to The House in Committee on the force parish officers to send in fimplication of the public ac.

their accounts

412 counts in the various branches Major Scott moves for certain papers of the revenue 385 on East-India affairs

ib. Speech of-Mr. Pitt on that occa- The House in Committee on the fimfion

ib. plication of the public accounts Mr. Pitt gives notice of his intend- Speech of Mr. Pitt on that bufiness ib. ed motion for a temporary reduc

of Mr Sheridan

415 tion of the duties on Portugal

-of Lord Penrhyn

417 wines

ib.

-of Mr. Pitt, in reply Mr. Yorke presents a bill for the

of Lord Penrhyn in answer 419 more easy and speedy recovery

of Mr. Sheridan, Mr. Fox, of small debts within the town Mr, Pitt,, and Mr. Dempster 42 of Cambridge, &c.

of Mr. Dundas and Mr. Mr. Burke brings up a petition Sheridan

421 from the operative weavers, of

-of Mr. Fox and Mr. Burke 422 Glasgow

346
of Mr. Pitt

423 The House in Committee on the

of Mr. Sheridan, Lord Mulfimplification of the customs, &c. 15. grave, Mr. Francis, Mr. Baring, Mr. Pitt proposes fome alterations Sir J. Erskine, and Mr. Dempof the duties of timber imported 37 fter

424 Opposed by Mr. Dempster

is. of Mr. Hussey and Mr. Mr. Burke calls the attention of Sloper

425 the House to East-India affairs is. Mr. Dundas makes inquiries rela: Observations by Mr. Fitt

tive to the charges against Mr. Mr. Pitt moves for a bill relative to Hastings

ib. the French treaty and consolidated Remarks thereon by Sir James duties

is, Erskine and Major Scott ib. Speech of Sir Grey Cooper on that

by Mr. Pitt, Mr. Francis, business

. and Mr. Dempster of Mr. Rose and Mr. Hur. Mr. W. Grenville moves for the fey

398 reading of the American trade of Mr. Sheridan and Mr. and commerce bill

ib. Martin

392 The House in Committee on the Mr. Fox solicits the attention of the

same

427 Speech

418

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