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in reply to Mr. Pitt on de 494. revolution in Denmark explanation of that bulinels
in favour of Britith mer to be composed 306. d-cora.
tions in the Abbey for the
new planet so named
119 account of the performances
168 there and at the Pantheon
138 Hardinge Mr. his speech on
and motion for Mr. Corn. ing the Wellminster electie
423 Harrison Mr. can see no pre-
him in the House of Peers foon become a Monarchy
22. his letter to Rodney 33. Cornwall be elected speaker
236 the Chesapeak 28. proceed engagement with Suffren 14.
Stuarts, accountof his opera hip 28. his line of battle, wounded 16. his letter to
original letter from him 482
4rqnis Sir John, his speech
36. wines, brewery, distil.
lery 39. malt 40. candles,
soap, paper, printed fiks,
calicoes and linens, licences,
second report 281. auctions
i and fervants 283. abuses of and motion on the West. on the resolutions of the
Commons 65. diffolution of
Commons 131. address to
betore Cuddalore 9.
from the King 139. Neibite's
17. from Admiral tions 230. address on the
the House of Commons 17. ing the new Parliament
from Commodore King to 4°7, 428. impriforment for
ral Graves to Sir George there to determine on the
affair of the 12th of April
from Admiral Hood to Ad. House of Commons 135,138
arreit of General Stuart 179. New York refpeéting them
from an other in the camp 507. of the fate of Mafa.
Rotterdam the riots Ipeech on Mr. Grofvenor's
of Admiral Graves's con the state of affairs there ties 121. on the addrels on
the King's speech 432
Lord Beauchamp's fix re-
folations in defence of the
of General Stuart there 179.
503 navigation of the Schelde respecting the ofice of Con-
Atable of the Tower 188, 254
179 on Mr. Sawbridge's motion on Lord Ethngham's motions
Mr. Powis's motion
ment 240. particulars of the Mr. Fox's motion for ano-
cret influence 45. speech Lords House of, debates in, on Lord Ltfingham's moti.
ons again & 'the resolutions 455. danger of relaxing it Old Bailey trials at, of Nick.
it on a respectable fooling iress, anecdotes of her 451
Mr. Fox's motion refpe&ting during the late war 176 policy of preventing the mic
Mr. Fox to read the beauties House of Lords on it 145 ceptionable article in ibe
439 moves the repeal of the re-
552 P Arliamentary reform, Mr.
specting it 549. thoughts on
the practicability of
mark, anecdotes of her 475 der of Nicholas Callon, be. ftare in which they live 169.
577 rels 170. their amuiments
6 on againit 'Miniftry 62. on lith extinet during the pre-
members for, and scrutiny an extended Adminiftration created and extinct 168
conclufio: of it 465 bar to a Union 136. Mr. of his seizure at Madras
177. bis deark
219 Mr. Pox's motion for adjourn. Pits Mr. his answer to the
St. Alban's meeting 4. his
in the House of Commons motion respecting the West his manner of coming into
adminiftration 44. opeos his
433.. on Mr. Sawbridges's speech in defence of his
Mr. Powey's question re-
287 office of Contable of the motin: relpeeting a difTolu.
Fox on the same subject :8.
568 Alban's meeting 89. third
the ordnance etlimares 197. union 124. on Mr. Coke's
129. on Lord Beauchamp's
Fox's motion for adjourning refpetting the prceipt tax
182. (peech on Mr. Eden's
morion respecting illicie
trade 184. in reply to Mr.
Fox r fpecting union 186.
236 ONE on the new Year 2. op on Lord Beauchamp's lix
sights of the Commons 194. new Ministry 43. on Lord 217. proceedings at Guild.
266. on Mr. Sawbridge's Englandioon tiredof a repob.
Ellis's motion respecting the towns in Germans the most
pesteet re; ublics 301.
the States General in favour Rigby Mr his speech on the
due by him 209. on the
561 Robertson Mr. apprehended for
43 Rotterdam account of riots at
517 Royal Society, disputes in 119.
better to relating the new
468 Rozier and D'Arlandes, their
fight in an air balloon 109
Rujian empire, Richardson's
dresses and ball on 142 the peasants ibid. crvelty
173. definition of 173. hir affair that happened near it tions quarrels and amule.
ments 170. domestic man-
n's of persons of rank there
171. military education
there 272. ladies ibid. re.
ligion 458. clergy 459.
aga n'i the
Ceremony of consecrating holder not affefied to the Maitland's motions resped-
459 land tax 467. determination ing the office of c ftable of
Lord Einogham's. motions
r fol tions of
his obiervations on the na- Stream Robeit his depofirion
vigat.on act 455. antwer to reip eting the Grand Du-
chels of Tuliany
565 Stuart Capt. Keith, his ex-
Sberidnn Mr. his attack on
planation of Lord Gallo-
pecied diffolution 44. his breach of privilege 57
speech on Lord Charles Stuari General his account of
of members at, to procure a pilters 63. on the West. dalore 9. storms the French
redoubts there 10. repulses
launched hince the peace 237 his general orders of Thanks
Lord Macarmey 179
remarks concerning them The mutiny bill 265. re ed by the Turks
his motion on the change of
coinmittee 00 34. mann r Mr. Nesbitt's divorce bill
Majetty's speech 431
against the resolutions of the
on Mr. Fox's motion for
estimates 197. on the bill
260. on the address on the tribe, description of their
432 mode of encamping and move
situation of the country they
inhabit 249. their ftruggles
426 their Can, Donduc Ambo
59 authority 250. defeats the
577 escape and is feized with her
291 Taxation, inftructions tbe
484 Tower, office of constable of