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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 treaty, 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 Bank of England.—Lord Grenville's motion
on the peace establishment of the army.--Debates on the same in the House of Commons.-Navy estimates and debates.
CHA P. II.
Mr. Brougham's motion 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 Tax, and debates.-Motion by 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 Cobourg, 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.
CHA P. III.
Bank Loan Bill.-Bill for renewing the Bank Restrictions of Payment.-Complaint on employing the Military on Court Days.
CHA P. IV.
Motion concerning the State of Ireland.-Petitions from Irish and English Roman Catholics, and Proceedings respecting them.—New Alien Bill. [47
Bill for Regulation of the Civil ListMotion on Salaries and Emoluments
in Public Offices. - Consolidation of English and Irish Exchequers.—Bill
CHA P. VI.
CHA P. XVII.
Blackmore and Thorpe v. Brider.-Incest
Mayhew v. Lock.- Assault and false Imprisonment