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THE

Parliamentary Debates

FROM

THE YEAR

1803

TO THE PRESENT TIME:

FORMING A CONTINUATION OF THE WORK ENTITLED
“ THE PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE EARLIEST

PERIOD TO THE YEAR 1803.”

PUBLISHED UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF

T. C. HANSARD.

VOL. IX.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD

FROM

THE FIFTH DAY OF MARCH

TO

THE FOURTEENTH DAY OF AUGUST

1807.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN; CRADOCK AND JOY ;

J. BOOKER; J. BOOTH ; J. RICHARDSON ; BLACK, D'RRY, AND CO.; E. JEFFERY;
J. HATCHARD; J. RIDGWAY; BUDD AND CALKIN; J. RODWELL; R. H. EVANS;

AND

T. C. HANSARD, PRINTER, PETERBOROUGH-COURT, FLEET-STREET.

Brut list 6

Southam2

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TO VOL. IX.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

From March 5, to the Dissolution of the Third Parliament of the United

Kingdom of Great Britain, April 27, 1807.

1807.

Page
March 9. Scotch Judicature bill.-The lord chancellor (Erskine)

62
10. Scotch Judicature bill.–Lord Grenville, the lord chancellor, lord Gren-
ville, lord Eldon, earl of Lauderdale

66
12. Scotch Judicature bill.--Lord Grenville, lord Kinnaird, earl of Lauder-

Jale, lord Eldon, lord Grenville, lord Auckland, the lord chancellor 83

13. Scotch Judicature bill.--Lord Grenviile, duke of Montrose, marquis of

Abercorn, earl of Lauderdale

108

16. Scotch Judicature bill. Duke of Montrose, lord Redesdale, earl of Sel-

kirk, lord Eldon, lord Grenville, lord Melville, earl of Lauder lale, earl

of Mansfield

111

18. Slave-Trade Abolition bill. Lord Grenville

146

Scotch Judicature bill.-Lord Grenville, lord Eldon, lord chancellor, lord

Melville, earl of Lauderdale

147

23. Slave Trade Abolition bill.-Earl of Westmoreland, lord Grenville,

bp. of Landaff, earl of Westmoreland, marq.of Sligo, duke of Norfolk 168

25. Scotch Judicature bill.-Lord Grenville, lord Eldon

· 187

26. Commerce of the Country. Lord Auckland, earl of Westmoreland - 229

Change of Administration.-Lord Grenville, lord Sidmouth, lord Hawkes-

bury, lord Moira, lord Melville, lord Grenville, lord Holland, earl of

Carnarvon, lord Hawkesbury, carl of Buckinghamshire, the lord

chancellor (Erskine), marquis of Stafford

231

April 8. Change of Administration.-Marquis of Stafford

- 280
13. Change of Administration.-Marquis of Stafford, lord Aberdeen, earl of

Hardwicke, lord Erskine, earl of Jersey, lord Harrowby, earl of Sel-
kirk, lord Boringdon, lord Kinnaird, lord Sidmouth, earl of Lauder-
dale, lord Mulgrave, earl of Limerick, lord Holland, earl of Westmore-
land, carl Darnley, lord Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, earl Camden,
earl Mo'ra, lord chancellor (Eldon), duke of Norfolk

350

16. Capture of Monte Video.-Lord Hawkesbury, earl of Galloway, lord

Mulgrave

475

17. Scotch Judicature bill.-Lord Kinnaird, earl of Lauderdale, duke of

Montrose, lord chancellor, lord Auckland, lord Hawkesbury, lord

Holland, lord Melville, lord Hawkesbury, lord Grenville

481

20. Scotch Judicature bill.–Lord Auckland, lord chancellor, lord Grenville,

lord Hawkesbury, lord Kinnaird, lord Lauderdale, duke of Athol,

lord Melville

493

21. Capture of Monte Video.-Earl Moira, earl of Galloway, earl Spencer,
earl Moira, earl of Galloway

502

22. Scotch Judicature bill.-Lord Erskine, lord Grenville

507

23. Scotch Judicature bill. Lord Erskine, lord Grenville, duke of Athol,

tbc lord chancellor

515

Loan Interest bill.-Lord Auckland, duke of Montrose, lord Sidmouth,

lord Kinnaird, lord Mulgrave, lord Grenville, earl of Westmoreland,
lord Grenville, lord Harrowby, lord Hawkesbury, lord Lauderdale,

earl of Buckighamshire, lord Grenville, earl Spencer, lord Holland - 518

21. The Lords Commi-sioners' Speech on proroguing the Parliament 551

from the Opening of the First Session of the Fourth Parliament of the United

Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland; on the 22d of June, to its Close

on the 14th of August, 1807.

1807.

Page

June 22. Meeting of the New Parliament

- 565

23. Choice of a Speaker of the House of Commons

574

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