The parliamentary register; or, History of the proceedings and debates of the House of commons, Volume 20

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Page 117 - That an humble Addrefs be prefented to His Majefty, to return His Majefty the thanks of this Houfe, for His moft gracious Speech from the Throne.
Page 57 - Motion being made, that an humble Addrefs be prefented to his Majefty, that he will be gracioufly pleafed to give Directions, that there be laid...
Page 132 - That in all cases where any justice or justices of the peace, is or are, or shall be, required or empowered by any Act or Acts of Parliament now in force, or hereafter to be made...
Page 50 - Day for the Houfe to refolve itfelf into a Committee of the whole Houfe...
Page 155 - The large amount of taxes impoled lince the commencement of the late war, in addition to the then fubfifting revenue, the difficulties under which the different branches of our commerce laboured during the continuance of that war, and the great and...
Page 1 - Three o'Clock his Majefty came down to the Houfe of Peers, and being feated on the Throne...
Page 16 - If this million, to be so applied, is laid out, with its growing interest, it will amount to a very great sum in a period that is not very long in the life of an individual, and but an hour in the existence of a great nation : and this will diminish the debt of this country so much as to prevent the exigencies of war from raising it to the enormous height it has hitherto done. In the period of twenty-eight years the sum of a million, annually improved, would amount to...
Page 135 - ... moved for leave to bring in a bill to explain and amend the act of 1774...
Page 108 - To the honourable the Commons of Great- Britain in parliament aflembled. The humble Petition of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons, of the city of London, in Common Council aflembled.
Page 179 - My Lords and Gentlemen, IT is his Majefty's Royal Will and Pleafure, That this Parliament be prorogued to Tuefday the Fourteenth Day of July next, to be then here held ; and this Parliament is accordingly prorogued to Tuefday the 'Fourteenth Day of July next.

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