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410–Mr. Chancellor Pitt states the general nature of his intended mo.
BANK-Debate on Mr. Chancellor Pitt's motion for a Committee to in.
quire into the expediency of continuing the restriction upon the Bank,
upon Exchequer bills, 500
Duncan, Viscount; the thanks of the House voted him on the occasion of
his victory, 28--His answer, 113
Election-Treating act; Viscount Belgrave moves for leave to bring in a
bill to explain and amend the same, 302 – Bill read a second
held by the Tellers of the Exchequer, 527
France; the correspondence in the negotiation for peace, 30
Burke's Pofthumous Works, 65+,
s (The) Speech, 2-Debate on the motion for an address of thanks,
3,-Copy of the address, 26-his reply, 113-Joint address of both
Lists-of the minority against Mr. Pitt's resolutions respecting the Ar-
seffed Taxes, 370—of the minority against the second reading of the
MALM BSBURY, Lord; his correspondence with the French Republic in
his negotiations for peace, 30
allow them to enlift into other services, 513-resumed, 520.
Newton Election ; motion for considering the petition respecting it, 235
bernames of the Committee appointed to try the merits of it, 308-De-
PEACE; Lord Malmesbury's correspondence respecting it, 30~Debate
on the motion for agreeing with the House of Lords in an address to
Report of the Committee respecting payments in cash by the Bank, 202.
SALARIES–Debate on Mr. Nicholls's motion that the salaries of offices
exceeding a certain amount shall be applied to the carrying on the
Secretary of State-Mr. Tierney gives notice of his intended motion re-
specting the office of third Secretary of State, 28 moves that Mr.
Tewkesbury Election; motion respecting it, 267, 305.
Glasgow, Earl of 80