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June 22. Bills passed for restoring the Bishops to their Seats in Parliament-For the

Security of the King's Person and Government-For limiting the Number

of Petitioners

215

Proceediņgs against the Regicides

217

1so. The Speaker's Speech to the King at the Adjournment–The King's Speech

Nov, 20. The King's Speech at the Meeting of Parliament

222

Informacion given to the House of a Preshyterian Plot

224

25. The Proceedings againsi the Regicides renewed

225

Dec. 19. The Lord Chancellor Clarendon's Declaration concerning a Ploc

226

The Corporation Act passed-The Speaker's Speech to the King on presenting

the Money Bill, and the Corporation Act The King's Speech

227

Feb. 13. Message from the King respecting the Money Bill

230

Mar. 1. The King's Speech to the Commons, concerning his Necessities

230

A Supply granted-The Hearth Money Bill

233

The Press put into the Hands of a Licenser

233

The Quakers' Bill passed--Petition of the distressed Royalists

233

Proceedings in both Houses relative to the Act of Uniformity

238

May 19. The Speaker's Speech to the King at the End of the Session—The King's

Speech-The Lord Chancellor's Speech

244

Principal Occurrences during the Recess

254

SECOND SESSION OF TụE SECOND PARLIAMENT.

1662-3.

Feb. 18. The King's Speech op opening the Session

258

25. Address of the Commons

respecting the Indulgence to Dissenters. The King's

Answer

260

1663.

Mar. 31. Petition of both Houses against Jesuits and Priests--The King's Answer-His

second Answer

263

State of the King's Revenue

265

June 12. The King's Speech to the Comingns, concerning his Revenue-Four Sub-

sidies voted

266

13. Sir Richard Temple accused of sending a Message to the King by the Earl of

Bristol, undertaking for the Compliance of the House, in case a Supply

should be demanded -

269

July 1. The Earl of Bristol's Speech before the Commons thereon

270

10. ARTICLAS OF Higu Treason, exhibited by the Earl of Bristol against the Lord

Chancellor Clarendon-Opinion of the Judges upon the said Articles-The

King's Message thereon-Resolutions of the Lords concerning the said

Articles.

276

27. A Bill for the better Observation of the Sabbath, lost off the Table of the House

of Lords

285

The

Speaker's Speech to the King at the Prorogation The King's Speech 286

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EIGHTH SESSION OF THE SECOND PARLIAMENT.

1669.

Oct. 19. The King's Speech on opening the Session-The Lord Keeper Bridgman's

Speech

Sir George Carteret expelled

Sir Samuel Barnardiston's Narrative to the House of Commons--Resolutions

thereupon

Nov.25. PROCEEDINGS RELATIVE TO TIE, IMPEACHMENT OF THE EARL OF ORRERY

-Debate in the Commons The Articles of Impeachment and the Earl's
Defence- The Accusation left to be prosecuted at Law--Debate in the

Commons thereon

Dec. 11. The Parliament prorogued -

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Oct. 13. The King's Speech on opening the Session-The Lord Keeper Finch's Speech 740

Debate in the Commons on the King's Speech

744

Mr. Howard's Letter found in St. James's Park-A committee appointed

thereon

744

18. Debate on the King's Debts, Anticipations of the Revenue, and Supply

,

746

19. Mr. Howard's Answer to the Committee-Debate thereon

749

Purther Debate on the King's Debts, Anticipations of the Revenue, and

Supply

751

The Cominons refuse a Supply

757

20. Debate on Lord Cavendish's posting Mr. Howard

758

25. Debate on Lord Cavendish's being challenged

761

Debate on the State of the Nation-A Dissolution proposed

764

26. Mr. Howard committed to the Tower

770

Debate on lodging the Money for the Ships, in the Chamber of London, in-

stead of the Exchequer

772

27. Debate on a New Test against Members receiving Bribes for their Votes 775

Debate on Letters sent to particular Meinbers, in order to secure their Votes 778

Nov. 8. Debate on St. Gerinain's Assault on M. Luzancy

780

12. Debate on regulating Elections

789

16. Debate on Sir E. Jeunings, a Member, being made High Sheriff of the County

of York

785

The Duke of Buckingham's Speech for a Toleration

789

Dispute between the two Houses on Dr. Shirley's Appeal, revived

790

The Earl of Shaftsbury's remarkable Speech thereon

791

Protest on appointing a Day for hearing Dr. Shirley's Cause

799

Debate in the House of Lords, on a Motion for an Address to the King to

dissolve the Parliament- Protest thereon

800

The Parliament prorogued for fifteen Months

803

Principal Occurrences during the long Recess_Coffee Houses suppressed by

Proclamation-Congress of Nimeguen-Campaign of 1676~Uncertain

Conduct of the King

803

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