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THE present Volume comprises the period between the 13th of March and the 14th of May, 1805. Every Debate will be found given with great accuracy ; but particularly those relating to Lord Melville, and to the Question respecting the Roman Catholics. The Appendix contains the Eleventh Report of the Commissioners of Naval Enquiry, making, together with the Appendix of the preceding Volume, the collection of those Reports complete, as far as they have hitherto been laid before the House of Commons. The Fifth Volume, which will close the Debates of the Session, will contain the Financial Accounts, and other Documents connected with the most important of the Proceedings in Parliament during the Session.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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1805.

Page.

March 14. Mutiny bill—The marquis of Buckingham, lord Walsingham, the

earl of Camden, the duke of Clarence

17

State of the navy-Earl Darnley, lord Melville

18

15. Conduct of judge Fox-Lord Auckland, lord Grenville, lord Auck-

laod

25

Mutiny bill-The marquis of Buckingham, earl Camden, the duke

of Cumberland, lord Hawkesbury, the duke of Clarence, lord

Mulgrave

26

Roman catholics of Ireland-Lord Grenville

40

Conduct of judge Fox-Lord Auckland, the lord chancellor, lord

Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, earl Spencer, lord Mulgrave,

lord Carleton, lord Ellenborough, lord Auckland, the lord

chancellor, lord Auckland

40

25. Roman catholic petition-Lord Grenville, lord Auckland, lord

Grenville, lord Hawesbury, lord Grenville, the duke of Nor-

folk, the lord chancellor

97

Conduct of judge Fox-Lord Auckland, the lord chancellor, lord

Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, lord Ellenborough

105

29. Universities' advowson bill—The duke of Norfolk, the bishop of

Oxford, lord Sidmouth, the lord chancellor, lord Auckland,

the bishop of Oxford, lord Sidmouth, the duke of Norfolk, lord

Redesdale

142

State of the navy-Earl Darnley, lord Walsingham, earl Darnley,

lord Melville, earl Darnley, lord Melville, the duke of Clarence,

earl Darnley

145

April 1. Roman catholic petition-The bishop of Durham, lord Grenville,

the bishop of Durham

161

Conduct of judge Fox--Lord Auckland.

161

Standing order-Lord Grenville, the lord chancellor, his royal

highness the Prince of Wales, lord Grenville, the lord chan,
cellor, lord Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, lord Auckland, lord

Carysfort, the earl of Suffolk, lord Ellenborough, earl Darnley
2. Standing order-Lord Mulgrave, earl Spencer, lord Mulgrave, the

lord chancellor, earl Spencer, the lord chancellor, lord Mul-
grave

178

4. Universities' advowson bill-Lord Hawkesbury, the bishop of Ox-

ford, lord Grenville, the earl of Suffolk, the duke of Norfolk,

the bishop of Oxford

191

Militia enlisting bill-Lord Hawkesbury, the marquis of Bucking-

ham, the earl of Derby, the earl of Buckinghamshire, lord Bor-

ingdori, lord Cawdor, the earl of Westmoreland, the earl of

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Carnarvon, the duke of Montrose, the earl of Suffolk, earl

Camden, the earl of Romney, the earl of Carlis'e

8. Militia enlisting bill — Earl Spencer, lord Hawkesbury, earl Spencer

25. Price of bread-The earl of Suffolk, lord Walsingham, the lord

chancellor

26. West India accounts—The earl of Suffolk, lord Hawkesbury, the

earl of Suffolk, lord Hawkesbury

29. Universities' advowson bill --Lord Sidmouth, the bishop of Oxford,

the archbishop of Canterbury, lord Auckland, the bishop of

Oxford, lord Auckland, lord Grenville, lord Sidmouth, lord

Auckland, the bishop of London, the bishop of St. Asaph, the

lord chancellor, lord Ellenborough, the bishop of Oxford, the

duke of Norfolk

May 1. Universities' advowson bill The duke of Norfolk, lord Grenville,

the lord chancellor, the bishop of Oxford, the duke of Norfolk,

lord Hawkesbury, the bishop of Oxford, lord Sidmouth, the

lord chancellor, lord Hawkesbury, lord Grenville, lord Sid-

mouth

3. Lord Melville--Lord Hawkesbury, earl Darnley, lord Hawkesbury,

the duke of Norfolk, lord Hawkesbury, the lord chancellor, the

duke of Norfolk, earl Darnley, the duke of Montrose, earl

Darnley, lord Hawkesbury

7. Abrogation of a standing order-Lord Mulgrave, the earl of Car-

narvon, the lord chancellor, lord Grenville, lord Harrowby,

the earl of Radnor, lord Hawkesbury, earl Spencer, the lord

chancellor

6

8. Universities' advowson bill-The earl of Suffolk, the lord chan-

cellor, lord Sidmouth, the bishop of Oxford, the lord chan-

cellor

6

io. Roman catholic petition-Lord Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, lord

Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, the duke of Cumberland, earl
Spencer, lord Sidmouth, lord Mulgrave, lord Holland, earl Cam-
den, the bishop of Durhan', lord Redesdale, the duke of Nor-
folk, lord Hawkesbury, the lord chancellor, the duke of Nor-
folk, the earl of Limerick, lord Carysfort, the marquis of
Buckingham, lord Grenville, earl Darnley, lord Hawkesbury,
the earl of Derby

6.
13. Roman catholic petition, (resumed debate)- The earl of Suffolk,

the earl of Oxford, the earl of Buckinghamshire, lord Carleton,
lord Hutchinson, lord Redesdale, the earl of Ormond, lord

Boringdon, the archbishop of Canterbury, the earl of Alber-

marle, the lord chancellor, the duke of Norfolk, lord Harrowby,

the earl of Westmoreland, the bishop of St. Asaph, lord Ellen-

borough, the earl of Moira, earl Darnley, lord Auckland, lord

King, lord Bolton, the earl of Longford, lord Grenville, lord

Sidmouth

74

March 13. Middlesex election-Mr. H. Thornton

Irish budget-Mr. Foster, Mr. James Fitzgerald, Mr. Foster, sir

J. Newport, Mr. Corry, Mr. Foster, Mr. Corry, Mr. Foster,
lord A. Hamilton, the chancellor of the exchequer, Mr. Foster,

Mr. D. B. Daly
14. Irish county elections-Col. Bagwell

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