The Parliamentary Register: Or an Impartial Report of the Debates that Have Occured in the Two Houses of Parliament, Volume 2
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Page 204 - Th« chancellor of the exchequer moved the order of the day for the houfe to refolve itfelf into a committee of the whole houfe, to confider of ways and means for raifing a fupply.
Page 611 - Anglefea, which was read a firft time, and ordered to be read a fecond time. On the motion being put, " That this bill be read 9 " fecond time upon that day fortnight,
Page 372 - Castlereagh having moved the order of the day, for going into a committee of the whole House, on so much of the king's speech as regards a provision for the Queen, Mr.
Page 148 - These arguments proved unsuccessful ; the report of the committee was agreed to, and the bill ordered to be read a third time.
Page 147 - . Monday, 6th Afcrcb, Mr. Lewis brought in the bill for building a bridge acrofs Mr. Lewis. Menai Strait, from Carnarvon (hi re to the Ifle of Anglefea, which was read a firft time, and ordered to be read a fecond time.
Page 574 - ... without firelocks. In England and Scotland that force amounted at prefent to 330,000 men, and if to that number the volunteers in Ireland were added, the total would be more than 400,000 men in arms, independent of the regular army and the militia ; but if the regulars and militia were added, the whole military force of the country would be found to exceed 500,000 men.
Page 526 - That there be laid before the houfe an account of the imports and exports of Great Britain during the four tail years, fpecifying thofe articles, together with the amount of the lame, exported to and imported from Ireland in that perio3.
Page 149 - Bofton," which was read a firft time, and ordered to be read a fecond time on Monday next.
Page 505 - ... state of the law. The Lord Advocate obtained leave to bring in a Bill to abolish the Annuity Tax in Edinburgh, and to make provision with regard to the stipends of the clergy of that city. Sir GC Lewis obtained leave to bring in a Bill for the better regulation of the corporation of the City of London. On the motion of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, it was agreed to reappoint the Select Committee on Packet and Telegraphic Contracts.
Page 26 - Althorpe brought in a. bill for altering and amending the insolvent debtors' act. It was read a first time. The house, in a committee of supply, voted 500,0007. on account of the navy. Lord Castlereagh moved the order of the day for going into a committee on the civil list bill ; and after some opposition from Mr.