The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons [and of the House of Lords] Containing an Account of the Interesting Speeches and Motions ... During the 1st Session of the 14th [-18th] Parliament of Great Britain, Volume 5

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Page 158 - Order of the day; the fecond reading of the bill to empower his Majefty to fecure and detain perfons charged with, or fufpecled of, the crime of high treafon, committed in America, or on the high feas, or the crime of piracy.
Page 331 - May it therefore pleafe your Majefty, That it may be ena&ed ; and be it enacted by the King's moft excellent Majefty, by and with the advice and confent of the Lords Spiritual...
Page 15 - King's speech, wherein he assures Parliament, " that as well from the assurances I have received, as from the general appearance of affairs in Europe, I see no probability that the measures, which you may adopt, will be interrupted by disputes with any foreign power?
Page 158 - ... and therefore praying that leave may be given to bring in a bill...
Page 277 - Majefty fhall caufe to be demolifhed all the fortifications which his fubje&s fhall have erected in the bay of Honduras and other places of the territory of Spain, in that part of the world, four months after the ratification of the prefent treaty : and his Catholic Majefty fhall not permit his Britannic Majefty's fubie&s, or their workmen, to be difturbed...
Page 147 - Bay, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pensylvania, the Three Lower Counties on Delaware, Maryland...
Page 152 - Excellent Majefty, by and with the Advice and Content of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this prefent Parliament affembled, and by the Authority of the...
Page 154 - ... and to the particular owners, commoners, and inhabitants, and be fit to bear colefeed and rapefeed in great abundance, which is of fingular ufe to make...
Page 8 - ... concern, the minds of a very large, and lately loyal and affectionate part of his people entirely alienated from his government ; nor can we conceive that fuch an event as the...
Page 47 - ... or to return to their allegiance, accept the bleffings of peace, and be fecured in a free enjoyment of their liberty and properties, upon the true principles of the conftitution.

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