The Senator; or, Clarendon's parliamentary chronicle, Том 30

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Страница 413 - The Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council, Of the City of London...
Страница 626 - That an humble addrefs be prefented to his Majefty, praying that his Majefty would be gracioufly pleafed to give directions, that there be laid before the Houfe...
Страница 322 - He believed that his rtatement would not be greatly deficient in accuracy, if he tftimated the whole amount of thefe favings to be a million and a half yearly. Now it was known that the Company had bills drawn on Europe to this amount, and thus the whole of the fum which was to form the capital of the private trade was completely abforbed.
Страница 113 - J'orte, whose dominions and possessions shall be secured in their integrity such as they were before the war. VI. The territories and possessions of his Most Faithful Ma••jesty shall also be maintained in their integrity, France, as far as any treaty can bind her, has concluded a peace with Portugal ; but on what terms ? She has taken from her OlivcHza and the adjoining territory, which Spain had long coveted ; and, for which nothing more was requisite than to express a wish, in order to obtain...
Страница 124 - Indies, the Mediterranean .is but a secondary consideration : indeed this was a proposition so obvious, that it was unnecessary for him to enter into any arguments upon the subject. Of the importance of the Levant trade, much had formerly been said : volumes had been written upon it, and even nations had gone to war to obtain it. The value of that trade, even in the periods to which he had alluded, had been much exaggerated ; but even supposing those statements to have been correct, they applied...
Страница 236 - That the ships of the neutral power shall not be stopped but upon just causes and evident facts : that they be tried without delay, and that the proceeding be always uniform, prompt...
Страница 374 - Fuller; their seventh and last resolution setting forth, that it was their opinion that the House be moved, that leave be given to bring in a bill to repeal the Stamp Act.
Страница 332 - ... of maintaining it. But, not contented with a participation even on fuch terms, they now made a demand, which, if acceded to, nothing more was left to grant, and a foundation would be thereby laid for the fpeedy fubverfion of the Company.
Страница 274 - Th« chancellor of the exchequer moved the order of the day for the houfe to refolve itfelf into a committee of the whole houfe, to confider of ways and means for raifing a fupply.
Страница 464 - Hutchinfon, by whom (he became pregnant, and afterwards cohabited with as his wife. The proceedings of the Ecclefiaftical Court in the cafe being handed in at the bar, the petition was ordered to lie on the table, and leave given to bring in a bill conformable to the prayer of the petition.