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CONTENT S.

GENERAL HISTORY.

CHAPTER I.

Parliamentary proceedings.-Speech of the Prince Regent.-Debate on the

address in the House of Commons.- Motion for naval monument.-Mr. Brougham's motion relative to the Christian (realy, and the treaty of Vienna, Jan. 1815.– Financial exposition of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and debates.-Mr. Grenfell's motion concerning transactions between the public and the Bunk of England - Lord Grenville's motion on the peace establishment of the army.-Debates on the same in the House of Commons.- Nary estimates and delates.

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Mr. Brougham's mution for interposition with the Spanish court in favour of

the suffering patriots.Discussion in the House of Lords on motion for an address on the treaties with foreign powers. The same in the House of Commons.-Petitions against the continuance of the Property Tar, and delatcs.- Motion ly the Chancellor of the Exchequer for its renewal, and its defeat.-- Relinquishment of the war malt-duties.- Mr. Western's motion for taking into consideration the distressed stute of the agriculture.Bill for the effectual detention of Buonaparte.- Message of the Prince Regent respecting the marriage of the Princess Charlotte with the Prince of Colourg, and consequent provision.— Motion respecting the augmentation of the salaries of the Secretaries to the Admiralty.- Motion for abolishing the office of one of the Secretaries of State.

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Bank Loan Bill.-Bill for renewing the Bank Restrictions of Payment.-Complaint on employing the Military on Court Days.

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Motion concerning the State of Ireland.- Petitions from Irish and English Roman Catholics, and Proceedings respecting them.New Alien Bill. [47

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United States of America.-Opposition to the Commercial Bill with England.

-Treaties with the Indians.- Disputes with the Spanish Government.-

Decline of Manufactures: - Measures for restoring Payment in legal Cur-
Tency.-- Hostility on the Gulph of Mexico.- President's Message.

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Contention between Great Britain and Portugal, signed at Vienna

21st Jan. 1815

Treaty between Great Britain and Portugal, signed 22 Jan.

Conrention between Great Britain and France

Treaty l'etween Great Britain, Russia and thc Netherlands

and Sardinia

and the Netherlands

Conrention lietween Great Britain and Austria

Treaty between Great Brituin and Saxony

Treaties of Accession und Sul'sidy

Dispatch from the Duke of Wellington to Lord Bathurst

Convention between the Emperor of Russia, the Emperor of Austria

and the King of Prussia

Decree of the Prince Regent of Portugal respecting Brazil

Conrention to regulate the Commerce of the United States of America

uilh Great Britain

Prince Regent's Speech at opening the Session of Parliament
Treaty of Marriage between the Princess Charlotte and Frince Leopold
Proclamation of Maria Louisa as Duchess of Parma
Jonian Isles.- Proclamation of Sir Thomas Maitland
Speech of the Prince Regent at the close of the Sessions
Treaty between the King of Spain and the King of the Netherlands
Proclamations from the Brazilian Government
Declaration of the King of the Two Sicilies
Dispatch from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland on the Disturbances

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Address of the Corporation of London to the Prince Regent, and

Answer

Talles, Public Income, Expenditure, c.

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