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N.

Nelfon, Lord; the thanks of the Houfe voted to him for the victory he
obtained at the Nile, 57-Annuity voted him, 82

P.

Protest against the Habeas-corpus Sufpenfion Act, 575

W.

Warren, Sir J. B.; the thanks of the Houfe voted to him for his victory
off Ireland, 53.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

A.

ACCOUNTS-Of the total net produce of the taxes for one year, ended

10th Oct. 1798, diftinguishing each quarter, and alfo the duties im-
pofed in 1793, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8; 141-Return of the General and
Staff Officers now ferving within Great Britain, with their amount of
pay, &c. 212-Account of the value of the British manufactures ex-
ported from England in the three quarters ending 10th Oct. 1797, and
10th Oct. 1798, 217-Lift of the principal articles of British manu-
factures exported from England in the quarter ending 10th Oct. 1798,
&c. 223-Account of the value of foreign merchandize exported from
England in the three quarters ended 10th Oct, 1797, and 10th Oct
1798, 225-of all additions made to the annual charge of the public
debt, by the intereft or annuities of any Loan, &c. ended 10th Oct. 1798,
360-Amount of the annual charge of the Public Debt created in cer-
tain years, 382--Account of the total net produce of the Duties of
Cuftoms, Excife, Stamps, and Incidents, for one year, ended 10th Oct,
1798, 383

Addrefs to the King for his speech on opening Parliament, 61-His re
ply, 63

Army Eftimates-Debate on them, 83

Affeffed Taxes-Motion for repealing them, 133-Debate on the report

230

Attornies' Clerks Qualification--Conversation respecting it, 322

;

B.
Budget Debate on Mr. Chancellor Pitt's opening it, 94

D.

Defpard, Mrs. Copy of her letter refpecting the confinement of her hus
band in the Cold-bath-fields Prifon, 413

H.

Habeas-corpus Sufpenfion Act-Sir F. Burdett moves for a lift of the per-
fous confined under that act, 154-Mr. Chancellor Pitt moves to ens

large the time of its fufpenfion, 321-Debate on the motion for the
fecond reading of the bill, 327-on the motion for going into a Com-
mittee on it, 410

I.

Income-tax Bill-Debate on it, 133, 230, 277, 312, 322, 358, 396,
442, 460, 463, 485, 499.

IRELAND-Meflage from His Majefty refpecting a Union with Ireland,
577-Converfation refpecting it, 577-Debate on it, 579, 626-
Copy of Mr. Chancellor Pitt's refolutions on the faine, 657-Debate
refumed, 679

K.

King's (The) fpeech on opening Parliament, 34-Debate on it, 34-
Meflage to grant an annuity to Lord Nelfon, 60-Addrefs to the King
for his fpeech on opening Parliament, 61-The King's answer, 63-
His meffage refpecting a Union with Ireland, 577-Converfation on
it, 577-Debate on it, 579

L.

Land-tax Redemption Act-Debate on it, 136, 150, 229, 303

M.

Minority, Lift of, on the report on the Affeffed-tax bill, 276

N.

Nelfon, Lord; the thanks of the Houfe voted him for his victory at the
Nile, 55-Meffage from His Majefty for granting him an annuity, 60
-Debate on it, 63

P.

Peace; Debate on Mr. Tierney's motion 'refpecting a negociation for
peace, 158

S.

Seamen-Debate refpecting the number to be employed for 1799, 68-7%
Secret Committee-Names of the Commitee appointed to confider the
papers relative to certain fuppofed confpiracies, c. 615

Supplies-Debate in a Committee of the Houfe on the Supplies, 68, 72,
82, 83

Taxes-See Accounts.

T.

Times-Converfation on Mr. Tierney's motion refpecting a breach of
privilege of the Houfe in the Times newfpaper, 426, 466

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V.

Volunteer Corps-Mr. Secretary Dundas moves for a bill to`grant them
certain benefits, 356-Debate on it, 425

W.

Warren, Sir J. B.-the thanks of the House voted him for his victory off
the coaft of Ireland, 59-His letter to Mr. Speaker in reply, 151
Ways and Means-Houfe in a Committee of, 94-Report moved to be
brought up, 125-Houfe again in a Committee, 153

Weftcott, Capt. G. B.—a monument voted to be erected to his memory, 59
Wilberforce, Mr.-fpeaks of the miftatement of the Parliamentary Debates
in the newspapers, 319

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Grenville, Lord; 29, 33, 82, 298, 301, 501, 503, 510, 514, 515, 51%
523, 526, 559, 576, 579

H.

Holland, Lord; 23, 28, 298, 505, 513, 514, 517, 519, 520, 525, 531,

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Abbott, Mr.; 486, 576

A!

Addington, Right Hon. H.; 34, 47, 61, 151, 310, 311, 319, 322, 327. 344, 404, 409, 410, 412, 429, 430, 436, 441, 444, 461, 164, 479, 486, 497, 499, 521, 576, 691, 742

Anderfon, Mr. Alderman; 295

Arden, Lord; 68

Arden, Sir R. P.; 441, 442

Attorney General; Jee Sir John Scott

Baker, Mr.; 326

Bankes, Mr.; 401, 434, 435

B.

Baring, Sir F.; 260, 315, 398, 399, 456

Belgrave, Viscount; 396

Berkley, Hon. Captain; 72

Bird, Mr. W. W.; 66, 67

Bouverie, Hon. E.; 358

Broderick, Hon. Mr.; 521

Browne, Mr. I. H.; 315, 323, 448

Burdett, Sir F.; 47, 132, 154, 343, 421, 466

Burdon, Mr.; 139, 342, 422, 425, 458

Burton, Mr.; 326

Buxton, Mr.; 131, 278, 309

Canning, Mr.; 170, 211, 424, 593

Clayton, Sir Robert; 133

C.

Combe, Mr. Alderman; 353, 398, 401, 403

Courtenay, Mr.; 328, 335, 342, 411, 412, 418,.425

Curtis, Mr. Alderman; 314, 398

Dent, Mr.; 289, 297, 448, 460

Dickenfon, Mr. junior; 210

Dolben, Sir William; 499

D.

Dundas, Mr. Secretary; 50, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 265, 282, 333, 356, 358, 426, 436, 460, 477, 480, 483, 580, 625, 626, 705, 741, 742 Dundas, Mr, W.; 67, 279

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Hawkesbury, Lord; 279, 284, 294, 317, 400, 453,'670, 678

Hobhouse, Mr.; 58, 125

Huffey, Mr.; 150

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