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ACCESSION OF HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE THE 111.

TO THE PRESENT TIME;

CONTAINING AN IMPARTIAL STATEMENT OF

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS, FROM THE
YEAR 1760, TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
OF A LEGISLATIVE UNION

WITH
GREAT BRITAIN.

A CIRCUMSTANTIAL ACCOUNT OF
THE LATE REBELLION; ..

WITH THE PRINCIPAL
STATE TRIALS IN CONSEQUENCE THEREOF:

AND A
COMPLEAT VIEW OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS IN THIS COUNTRY

DURING THE LAST FORTY YEARS. .

IN THRBE VOLUMBS.

VOL. 11.

By WILLIAM WENMAN SEWARD, Esq.

DUBLIN PRINTED,
IY ALEX STEWART, and MR. PHILIPS, St. Paul's CHURCH-YARD, LONDON.

FOR MESSRS. VOGAN, ALPIN,BROW33--COLERT,-WOEY:
FITZPATRICK,--MACKENZIE,-64 BERT, ---- FOR IZR, &C. 1803.

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Opening of Parliament in 1785–Lord Lieutenant's Speech remarks thereon.-Debates on the subject of attachment.

Speech and motion of H. Flood esq. thereonmotion amended. Debates and proceedings respecting Mr. Orde's Commercial propositions.-Speech of the Speaker of the House of Commons on presenting the Money Bills.

THE Parliament which had been prorogued the 14th of May, 1784, to the 29th June following, was by several subfequent proclamations prorogued to the 20th of Jan. 1785; when his Grace the Lord Lieutenant, opened both houses with the following speech.

« My Lords and Gentlemen;" 16 I have his Majesty's commands to meet you in Parliament, « and to desire your advice and co-operation, upon those af" fairs of importance, which, in the present circumstances of « the kingdom, require your most serious attention.”

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« Whilst I lament the lawless outrages and unconstitutional “ proceedings which had taken place since your last proroga6. tion, I had the satisfaction to perceive that these excesses “ were confined to a few places, and even in these condemned; « and I have now the pleasure to observe, that by the falutary

interposition of the laws, the general tranquillity is re* established.” VOL. II.

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