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Mar. 14. Duty on Cotton ........................

173

16. Treaty of Peace with America.

209

Treaty of Peace with Denmark ........

218

'' - Convention with Spain ..................

224

.." Treaty of Friendship and Alliance with Spain ....

226

Congress at Vienna .....

228

Petition of Mr. Lovell, the Proprietor of " The Statesman” ... 231

17." Committee of Supply-Miscellaneous Services ........... 251

20.* Mr. Whitbread's Motion for an Address respecting the Congress

at Vienna ...............................................

............

21. Lord Cochrane ........................................................

309

22. Committee of Ways and Means ................

.............

Case of Mr. Lathrop Murray ...........

317

Sir John Newport's Motion respecting Aliens

319

Motion respecting Don Anselmo Correia .............................

Congress at Vienna ........................................................

Motion respecting the Order of the Bath .............

331

23. Report from the Committee of Privileges respecting Lord

. Cochrane ................

336

April 3. Congress at Vienna-Declaration of the Allies

. 4. Assize of Bread ................

340

· Escape of Buonaparte from Elba

342

5. Escape of Buonaparte from Elba

343

...Civil List ..............

343

6. Prince Regent's Message relating to the Events in France ...... 349

Pillory Abolition Bill .

354

Foreign Wine Bill ....

356

Declaration of the Allies, dated Vienna, March 13, 1815

373 -

Papers relating to the Person and Family of Buonaparte ......... 375

Papers relating to the Transfer of Genoa .........

387

Address on the Prince Regent's Message relating to the Events

in France .........................

............ 417

10. Petition of Mr. Lathrop Murray ..................

464

Congress at Vienna-Continental Affairs .....

467

Army Extraordinaries ...............

472

11. Insolvent Debtors Bill .......

493

Address on the Treaty of Peace with America .................... 500

Report from the Committee on Parish Apprentices ................. 533

Petition from the British Inhabitants of Rotterdam ............... 541

Account respecting the Management of the Public Debt ......... 543

12. Scotch Trial by Jury Bill ................

583

14. Slave Trade ......................

607

Overture from Buonaparté ............

Prince Talleyrand's Letter ..........

............

615

Mr. Tierney's Motion for a Committee on the Civil List Account 616

17. Property Tax ......

652

Motion respecting Mr. Lathrop Murray .. ...........................

653

Alien Bill

18. Foreiga Slave Trade Bill ................................................... 657

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Apr. 18. Aliens Regulation Bill ............

658

19. Mr. Grenfell's Motion respecting Public Balances in the Bank of

England .........

660

Property Tax......

669

Irish Law Offices Fees Bill

708

Property Tax....

710

Mr. Abercrombie's Motion respecting Buonaparte's Escape from

Elba ..........

716

21. Postage of East India Letters ......

766

Nelson Estate ...................

770

- Treaty between the Allies signed at Vienna ............. 771

Property Tax Bill .....

......

24. Slave Trade ............

--- Substance of the Treaty entered into at Vienna

795

Call of the House .........

799

Alien Bill .....................

800

Navy Estimates .........................................,

802

Emigrants ............

814

25: Pavement of the Metropolis ..........................

810

Treaty of Vienna ...................................

....... 841

Commissioners of Windsor Forest .........

845

Motion respecting Servants of the Royal Household

847

Motions relating to the New Mint ......... ................... 849

Motion for extending the Property Tax to Ireland ............... 850

26. Motion respecting Balances in the Hands of the Bank of Eng.

land, &c. ......................................................

Committee on Grand Jury Presentments ............... ........ 890

Sir James Mackintosh's Motion relating to the Transfer of Genoa

28. Private Mad-houses ............

Irish Taxes .........................

954

Mr. Whitbread's Motion respecting War with France ............ 960

May 1. Insolvent Debtors Bill ..................................................... 1001

London Petition against a War with France-the Property

Tax, &c. ..................................................................... 1002

Property Tax Bill ..................................................... 1014

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FINANCE ACCOUNTS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, for the Year ending

5th January, 1815 .................................................................... Appr.
Account respecting the Management of the Public Debt ...................... 543

IV. ADDRESSES.

Mar. 20. Address of the Commons respecting the Proceedings of the

Congress at Vienna ...

............... 282

April 7, .... of the Commons respecting the recent Events in France 434

11.... of the Commons on the Treaty of Peace with America 501

V. PRINCE REGENT'S MESSAGES.

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April 6. Prince Regent's Message relating to the Events in France ...... 349

VI. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS.

Mar. 16. Convention between his Britannic Majesty and his Catholic

Majesty, Ferdinand the Seventh. Signed at London, Fe-
bruary 5, 1814 ..........

...........

224

April 7.

Declaration of the Allies, dated Vienna, March 13, 1815 ......... 373

April 19. Note from the Plenipotentiaries of the King of Naples, to Lord

Castlereagh, dated Vienna, 1 lth February, 1815 ................. 671

VII. PETITIONS.

10.

Mar. 10. Petition from Westminster against the Corn Bill ................ 110

o.... of Mr. Lovell, the Proprietor of “ The Statesman” ... 231

April 10. ..... of Mr. Lathrop Murray .......................................... 466

11. .....from the British Inhabitants of Rotterdam ................ 541

VIII. PROTESTS.

Mar. 13. Protest on the Rejection of Earl Grey's Motion for an Inquiry

into the State of the Corn Laws

20. ..... against the Corn Bill ...........

150

263

IX. REPORTS.

Mar. 23. Report from the Committee of Privilege respecting Lord

Cochrane ...................

................... 336

April 11. .... from the Committee on Parish Apprentices ................. 533
(VOL. XXXI.)

(b)

March 9. List of the Minority in the House of Commons, on the Duration

of the Bank Restriction Bill ................................... .

10. • • . of the Minority in the House of Commons, on Mr. Pro-

theroe's Motion for reading the Corn Bill a third time on

that day six months ............................................

13. ...of the Minority in the House of Lords, on Earl Grey's

Motion for an Inquiry into the State of the Corn Laws 149

15. ... of the Minority in the House of Lords, on the second

reading of the Corn Bill ........

............... 205

20. ...of the Minority in the House of Lords, on the Motion for

the Rejection of the Corn Bill ..........

.........

263

April 7. -..of the Minority in the House of Commons, on Mr. Whit-

bread's Amendment to the Address respecting the Recent

Events in France .........

............... 463

13. ... of the Minority in the House of Lords, on the Marquis

Wellesley's Motion respecting the Treaty of Peace with

America ...............

607

- of the Minority in the House of Commons, on Mr. Tier-

ney's Motion on the Civil List Account ..................... 644

19. •: • of the Minority in the House of Commons, on the renewal

of the Property Tax .......................................... 1701

20. ...of the Minority in the House of Commons, on leave for

bringing in the Property Tax Bill .........

--- of the Minority in the House of Commons, on the first

reading of the Property Tax Bill ........................... 787

... of the Minority in the House of Commons, on sir James

Mackintosh's Motion relating to the Transfer of Genoa 953

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