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PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES
HOUSES of LORDS and COMMONS.
CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF
The most interesting SPEECHES and MOTIONS; accurate
THIRD SESSION of the EIGHTEENTH PARLIAMENT
Printed for J. DEBRETT, oppofite BURLINGTON HOUSE,
DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS.
HOUSE OF LORDS.
ADDRESS, Copy of it, to the King for his fpeech on opening Par
liament, 12-His Majefty's reply, 55-for his meffage respecting an Union with Ireland, voted, 579
Bedford's (Duke of) fpeech, corrected, on his motion for the removal of His Majefty's Minifters, March 22, 1798, 744,
Habeas-corpus Sufpenfion Bill; Debate on the third reading of it, 501Farther converfation refpecting it, 522-Proteft against it, 575
Income-tax Bill; Debate on the fecond reading of it, 514-Debate on the third reading, 527
Ireland; Meffage from the King refpecting a Union with Ireland, 576 -Address for the meffage voted, 579
King's (The) fpeech on opening Parliament, 1-Debate on it, 3-His an fwer to the addrefs, 55-Meffage refpecting a Union with Ireland, 576-Addrefs for the meffage voted, 579
Militia; Speech of the Earl of Radnor refpecting the fervice of the British Militia in Ireland, 276—Debate on the second reading of the bill, 298