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Parliamentary Register ;
Hi I STORY
PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
HOUSE OF LORDS;
CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF
The most interesting SPEECHES and MOTIONS; accurate
laid before and offered to the HOUSE,
17 to 108
NEREMONY of introducing the Conduct of the Commons, relative Prince of Wales, page 1
to the Acceptance of India Bills, King's Speech on opening the Seffion, 2 109, 111, 113 Debate on the Address, 4
the same, 114 to 148 The Address, and the King's Answer, King's Message respecting the Hessians,
10 and u Earl of Abingdon's Motion for laying Notice given respecting Insolvents, 112 a Print upon the Table, 12
Earl of Effingham's Motion for an Debates on Mr. Fox's East-India Bill, Address to the King, 147
The Address, ibid.
Earl Bathurst's Notice of a Motion on Petition of the India Company against the Reports of the Commissioners the Bill, 35
of Accounts, 149 Petition of the City of London against Earl of Mansfield's Speech against the Bill, 45
Lord Mahon's Bribery Bill, 151 Counsel against the Bill, 48
King's Speech at the End of the SefEarl Temple's Conference with the King, 62, 68
First Report from the Committee to Debate continued to 106
inquire into the Practice of SmugLists of the Divisions upon the Bill, gling, with the Appendix, 154 107
Second Do. with Do. 184 Earl of Effingham takes Notice of the Third Do. with Do. 214
Fifteenth Parliament of Great Britain,
Appointed to be held at WESTMINSTER,
On Tuesday, the 11th Day of November. TIS Royal Highness George Auguftus Frederick Prince A. 1783. .
of Wales, having been, by Letters Patent, dated the 19th day of August, in the second year of his Majesty's reign, created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester, was, in his
robes, which, with the Collar of the Order of the Gare ter, he had put on in the Earl Marshal's room, introduced into the House of Peers, foon after their meeting this day, in the following order : Gentlemen Usher of the Black Garter Principal King of Rod, with his staff Arms, in his robe, with of office.
his scepter, bearing his
Royal Highness's patent.
Sir Peter Burrell,
Lord President of the Council,