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E N G L A N D,
THE EARLIEST PERIOD
FROM WHICH LAST-MENTIONED EPOCH IT IS CONTINUED)
DOWNWARDS IN THE WORK ENTITLED,
« THE PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES."
A. D. 1774-1777.
L O N D ON:
PRINTED BY T. C. HANSARD, PETERBOROUGH-COURT, FLEET-STREET:
PARRY, & CO.; J. HATCHARD; J. RIDGWAY; E. JEFFERY; J. BOOKER;
TABLE OF CONTENTS
30. The Speaker's Speech on being presented to the King, and ap-
Debate in the Commons on the Mode of Proceeding with Elec-
tion Petitions ........
16. Debate in the Commons on the Army Estimates
Jan. 19. Papers relating to the Disturbances in North America
Martyrdom on the Thirtieth of January ....
Feb. 1. Debate in the Lords on the Earl of Chatham's Provisional Act
Debate in the Commons on Mr. Alderman Sawbridge's Motion
for a Bill for shortening the Duration of Parliaments............ 216
Protest against the Refusal to receive the Petitions of the North
10. The King's Message for an Augmentation of the Forces ....... 298
Debate in the Commons on bringing in the Bill for restraining
the Trade and Commerce of the New England Colonies 298
15. Debate in the Commons on the Augmentation of the Land Forces 316