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ADVERTISEMENT.

To those parliamentary friends of Mr. Sheridan, who, on this occasion, have voluntarily favored the Editor with communications and assistance, the thanks of the country are due, inasmuch that they have enabled him to record the public sentiments, during a period of thirty years, of one of the most brilliant and accomplished senators who ever sat in the British house of parliament.

August 19th, 1816.

1782..

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FEB. 7.-Naval Affairs of 1781..

23

20.-Mr. Fox's Motion, " That it appears to this

House that there has been great Mismanage-

ment in His Majesty's Naval Affairs in the Year
1781."

24

27.-General Conway's Motion for putting an end

to offensive War in America...

26

MARCH 6.-Motion, by Lord John Cavendish, of Censure

on His Majesty's Ministers ...

ibid.

12.-Report from the Committee of Ways and

Means.-Duties on the Carriage of Goods and

Insurance

30

APRIL 8.-Mr. Eden's Motion to repeal so much of the

Act of George I. as asserted a right to the

King and Parliament of Great Britain to make

Laws to bind the Kingdom of Ireland......

31.

MAY 7.-Mr. Pitt's Motion, « That a Committee be

appointed to enquire into the State of the

Representation in Parliament, and to report

to the House their Observations thereon... 33

JUNE 26.-Report from the Committee on the E O Bill ibid.

Decem. 11.-On the Vote of Supply for the Navy...... 34

18.-Mr. Fox's Motion for a copy of the Provi-

sional Treaty with America

35

1783.

Feb. 14.—Mr. Sheridan's Motion for such parts of the

Treaty pending between Great Britain and

Holland, as related to Cessions to be made

by the former to the latter

ibid.

17.—Consideration of the Preliminary Articles of

Peace, between Great Britain and France and

Spain; and of the provisional Treaty with the

United States of America

38

MARCH 3.-_Army Estimates.

47

APRIL 16.-Loan for 1783

49

17.-Mr. Rolle’s Motion, for a Copy of the List

of Subscribers to the New Loan

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