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1810.

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April 13. Mr. Parnell moves for a Select Committee to

inquire into the State of Tithes in Ireland.. 194

May 18. * Mr. Grattan moves for a Committee on the

Roman Catholic Petition

196

Dec. 21. His Majesty's Illness

214

1811.

Jan. 2. * The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Per-

cival) proposes a restricted Regency

220

Feb. 22. Mr. J. W. Ward's Motion respecting Mr.

W. W. Pole's Letter to the Sheriffs of

Ireland, enforcing the Convention Act against

the Roman Catholics

230

May 31. Mr. Grattan moves to refer the Roman Catholic

Petition to a Committee of the whole House 239

Reply to the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr.

Percival)

254

1812.

Feb. 4. * Lord Morpeth's Motion for a Committee on the

State of Ireland

257

March 9. Sir John Newport moves a Grant of 13,0001.

in lieu of 90001. to the Roman Catholic

College of Maynooth ....

268

April 23. * Mr. Grattan presents the Protestant Petition

from Ireland in favour of the Roman Catholic

Claims, and moves for a Committee to revise

the Penal Laws

271

June 11. Mr. Stuart Wortley's Motion respecting the

Failure of the Negotiations for forming a

new Administration

287

June 22. Mr. Canning's Motion to take the Roman Ca-

tholic Question into Consideration in the en-

suing Session

292

1813.

Feb. 23. The Corporation of Dublin request to present

their Petition at the Bar of the House, by

the hands of the Lord Mayor

295

Feb. 25. Mr. Grattan moves for a Committee to examine

the Laws affecting the Roman Catholics 297

March 2. His Reply

312

9. Mr. Grattan moves in the Committee of the

whole House a Resolution in favour of the

Roman Catholics

314

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