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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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VOLUME L
THIRD SERIES.

I. Subjects or Debate In The
House or Lords.

II Subjects or Debate In The

House Of Commons.

III. The King's Speech.

IV. The Kino's Messages.

V. Addresses To The King.

VI. Lists or Divisions In The

House Of Commons.

I. Subjects Of Debate In The House Of Lords.

1830.

Oct. 26. Opening of Parliament .. .. Page 1

27. Royal Assent to the choice of a Speaker .. .« .. 6

Nov. 2. Address in Answer to the King's Speech .. .. .. 11

4. Declaration against Ministers, made by the Earl of Winchilsea 198

8. Belgium — Motion for Papers concerning Belgium — by the

Marquis of Lansdown .. . • .. . < .. 246 King's intended visit to the City of Loudon—Explanation gives, by the Duke of Wellington .. 250

9. Distress of the Mining Interests—Petition <• «. .. 316

11. The Royal Visit to the City—Question by the Earl of Radnor 365

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Coal Trade—Petition to have the Tax taken off
Employment of Labourers'—The Earl of Winchllsea's Bill, first
reading .. ,« .« .. «• «. .«

IS. Kildare-Street Society—Petition against giving it the public
money <. < . .. »< ••

Outrages in Kent and Sussex—Explanations by Lord Teynham
and the Duke of Richmond .. .. • < »* • •

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493 500 Nov. 16. Resignation of the Prime Minister .. .. .. Page 558

Clerk of the Council—Question concerning this appointment 559

18. Amendment of the Common Law—Lord Tenterden's Bills, first

reading .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 571

22. The Poor Laws—Postponement of a Motion, by the Marquis of

Salisbury, for a Committee .. .. .. .. .. 603

Ministerial Declarations — Principles professed by the New
Ministers .. .. .. .. .. 665

25. New Police—Petitions against it .. .. .. .. 665

Reform in Parliament—City of London Petition .. .. 665

Regency Bill—Notice of second reading .. .. .. 667

26. Parliamentary Reform and Negro Slavery — Lord Chancellor

(Lord Brougham's) remarks on his own conduct .. .. 672

29. State of the Country—Conduct of the Lord Lieutenant as to the

Magistracy—Advice given them by the Lord Chancellor .. 677 Administration of the Poor Laws—A Committee appointed to inquire into them, on the Motion of the Marquis of Salisbury 687

30. Slavery—Ambulatory Committee—Lord Napier recommends

such a Committee to be sent to the West Indies .. 691
Amendments in Law Proceedings—Lord Wynford's Measures—
A Bill read a first time, to improve the practice of Courts of
Common Law ... .. .. .. .. .. 691

Dec. 1. Slavery—Earl Grosvenor's Recommendation 706

2. Encouragement of Education in Ireland—Petitions against the

Kildare-street Society .. .. .. .. .. 707

Courts of Local Jurisdiction—The Lord Chancellor Brougham's
Bill read a first time .. .. .. .. .. 707

3. Complaint by the Duke of Newcastle, of the language used at

Nottingham by the Attorney General .. .. .. 750

Regency Bill—Report brought up and a clause added .. .. 763

6. Regency Bill, third reading 764

8. Repeal of the Union (Ireland)—Petitions .. .. .. 816

The Lord Chancellor of Ireland—Question concerning his ap-
pointment .. 816

Case of Francis Sisk—Legality of Public Processions to Address
the King .. , 821

9. State of the Country—Lord Wynford's Motion for a Committee

to inquire into it .. .. .. .. .. .. 828

10. Distress—Conduct of the late Ministry—Attack of the Earl of

Radnor .. .. .. 957

Slavery in the Colonies—Petitions .. .. .. 964

13. Recent Appointments—Conduct of the New Ministry in filling

up Offices , .. 1024 Dec. 14. Tithes—Petition from Southampton .. .. Page 1109

Repeal of the Duty on Sea-borne Coals—Petition from London 1115
The Law of Scotland—Landlords' rights—A Bill to alter the
Law on this subject, brought in by the Lord Chancellor .. 1117

15. Parliamentary Reform—Petition from Scotland in favour of it 1182

16. Repeal of the Union with Ireland—Petition for it, from Trades

men of Dublin .. .. .. .. .. .. 1201

Tithes—Ireland—Returns concerning them ordered—Effects of

the want of a system of Commutation .. .. .. 1202

Slavery—Petition from Glasgow, praying for cautious measures

in abolishing it .. .. .. .. .. .. 1204

The Regency Bill—The Amendments made by the Commons

agreed to .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1204

Reform—Petition from Aldgate Ward .. 1205

17. Reform in Church and State—Petition .. .. .. 1290

Norfolk Circuit—Lord Chancellor's Patronage 1295

20. Desire for Reform in Scotland—Petition from Linlithgow .. 1338

Earl Stanhope's reply to the Lord Chancellor .. .. .. 1340

Lunatics—Motion for Returns—Lord Chancellor's suggestion to

establish a Commission to examine when they are recovered 1341

Patents Continuation Bill, second reading .. .. .. 1345

Settlement on the Swan River, complaints of its injudiciousness,

and Motions for Returns concerning it .. .. .. 1345

Suits in Common Law Courts, second reading of Lord Wynford's

Bill 1349

II. Subjects Of Debate In The House Of Commons.

Oct. 26. Choice of a Speaker 2

Business of the House—Mode of arranging it for the Session .. 5

Nov. 2. Parliamentary Reform—Mr. Brougham's notice on the subject 54

Address in answer to the King's Speech .. .. 55

3. Imprisonment for Small Debts—Petition—Sir Robert Peel's

Explanation in relation to a Law for regulating it .. .. 128 Management of Public Business—Mode of arranging it for the

Session .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 130

Report on the Address .. .. .. 143

4. Mr. Hume's advice to Ministers .. .. .. .. 200

Abolition of the Oath of Abjuration—Motion for leave to bring

in a Bill 200

Treaties relative to the Netherlands—Motion that some of them

be laid before the House .. .. 208

5. Riots in Ireland—Returns of the persons killed in them.. .. 210 Parliamentary Reform—Petition from Cockermouth ,, .. 210

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