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Beauchamp, Viscount, [Francis Seymour, | Derby, [Edward Smith Stanley] Earl of, 60,

afterwards marquis of Hertford] 1227. · 657, 1061, 1132.
Beaufoy, Henry, 23, 269, 589, 809, 1180, | Dolben, Sir William, 158, 503, 529, 534, 547,
1532, 1337.

573, 574, 575, 579, 588, 1184, 1188, 1212.
Belgrave, Viscount, safterwards earl Grosve- | Drake, William, 268, 277, 381, 386, 546,578,
nor] 597, 620, 621, 960, 1102, 1183.

631, 778, 995, 1037.
Berkeley, Hon. G. C., 290.

Duncombe, Henry, 384.
Bertie, Peregrine, 374.

Dundas, Sir Thomas, 634.
Bouverie, Mr., 623, 1013, 1014, 1105, 1369, Dundas, Henry, [afterwards Viscount Mel-
1422.

ville ] 9, 69, 80, 112, 132, 218, 286, 547,
Brandling, Charles, 1258.

557, 573, 626, 634, 1017, 1191, 1225, 1240.
Brett, Charles, 275.
Bricklade, Mr., 578.

Edwards, Gerard Noel, 23, 916.
Browne, Isaac Hawkins, 1195, 1263.

Elliot, Sir Gilbert, (afterwards Lord Minto]
Burges, James Bland, 153, 492, 533, 539, 542,

36, 292, 416, 427, 907, 1401.
543.

Ellis, Welbore, 905, 994, 1185.
Burgoyne, John, 1310, 1319, 1320, 1359. Erskine, Sir James, 116, 635.
Burke, Edmund, 133, 200, 264, 423, 424, 490, Euston, Earl of, 904.

493, 194, 501, 526,537, 540, 541, 600, 603,
614, 626, 637, 690, 713, 816, 817, 819, 851,
916, 919, 923, 929, 934, 1095, 1096, 1098,

Farrer, Thomas, 35.
1115, 1149, 1161, 1165, 1167, 1171, 1178, Fauconberg, Earl, 1044, 1291.
1190, 1200, 1202, 1203, 1213, 1223, 1230, Fielding, Lord, 834.
1246, 1355, 1365, 1366, 1369, 1370, 1971.

Fitzherbert, Mr., 1196.
Burrell, Sir Peter, 388, 510, 620, 622, 630,
1920.

Fitzpatrick, Richard, 164, 782.
Burton, Francis, 388, 1361.

Fitzwilliam, Earl, 222, 670, 678, 680, 1061,

1062, 1068, 1182.
Camden (Charles Pratt], Lord, 239, 653, 654, Flood, Henry, 178.
667, 674, 677, 682, 859, 1040, 1045, 1062, Fortescue, Lord, 247.
1063, 1068, 1124, 1132.

Fox, Charles James, 1, 7, 8, 10, 11, 38, 67,
Campbell, Lord Frederick, 288, 731.

76, 79, 113, 145, 162, 165, 166, 168, 177,
Campbell, G. (Lord Advocate of Scotland)

- 218, 219, 281, 409, 425, 459, 492, 497, 518,
775.

521, 529,532, 536, 537, 539, 541, 542, 546,
Canterbury, Archbishop of, [Dr. John Moore] 584, 587, 605, 607, 609, 615, 617, 619, 688,
1281.

706, 711, 718, 728, 756, 816, 817, 835, 851,
Carlisle, Earl of, 62, 221, 224, 644, 677, 874,

914, 925, 1002, 1014, 1026, 1305, 1308,
1061, 1291.

1314, 1338, 1347, 1359, 1368, 1384, 1385,

1391, 1393, 1395, 1398, 1400, 1403, 1404,
Carmarthen, Marquis of, 1063, 1079, 1275.

1405, 1407, 1410, 1412, 1419.
Caswell, Timothy, 424.

Francis, Philip, 40, 201, 263, 265, 392, 564,
Cathcart, Lord, 684, 1076, 1300.

1237.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, see Pitt.

Fullarton, William, 102, 466, 996.
Chandos, Duke of, 645, 647, 1080.
Chesterfield, Earl of, 1299.

Gamon, Richard, 1177.
Christian, John, 797, 818.

Gascoyne, Bamber, 502, 574, 576, 586.
Clayton, Sir Robert, 385.
Coke, Daniel Parker, 391, 392, 393, 394, 615.

Gilbert, Thomas, 266.
Collier, Sir George, 30, 291.

Gloucester, Duke of, 684.
Cooper, Sir Grey, 80, 194, 570, 571, 625, 785, Gloucester, Bishop of, 1283.
1100, 1318, 1393.

Gould, Sir Charles, 164, 167, 168, 1103, 1249.
Cornwall, Charles Wolfran (The Speaker) 185,

Gower, Earl, 1303.
688.

Grafton, Duke of, 1273.
Cornwall, Sir George, 427.
Courtenay, John, 165, 376, 414, 1189, 1325.

Graham, Marquis of, 1201, 1220, 1307, 1391,

1405, 1411.
Curynghame, Sir William, 627..

Grantley, Lord, 60, 245.
Dempster, George, 814, 929, 935, 1137,1138, Grenville, William Wyndham (afterwards
1219, 1309.

Lord Grenville), 108, 190, 372, 394, 410,

566, 600, 906 (The Speaker), 970, 1160, Mackworth, Sir Herbert, 161, 604, 606.
1162, 1363.

Mainwaring, William, 177.
Grey, Charles (afterwards Earl Grey], 1014,

Maitland, Viscount (afterwards Earl of Lau-
1096, 1104, 1110, 1166, 1193, 1258.

derdale 1220, 1228.
Grosvenor, T., 1207.

Marsham, Charles Cafterwards Earl of Rom-

ney], 164, 387, 522, 817, 1210, 1238, 1367.
Hammet, Sir Benjamin, 171, 1343.

Martin, James, 193, 288, 290, 374, 503, 524,
Hardinge, George, 182, 185,797.

582, 793, 1188, 1196.
Harrison, John, 384, 818.

Master of the Rolls, see Arden.
Hawke, Lord, 15, 247.

Mawbey, Joseph, 621, 627, 634, 1098.
Hawkesbury, Lord [Charles Jenkinson, in Miller, Sir John, 172, 367, 395.

1796, created Earl of Liverpool], 220, 234, Milnes, Mr., 777.
641, 871, 1290.

Milford, John, 1384.
Hay, Lord, 891.
Heathfield, Lord, 639.

Molesworth, Sir William, 164, 367, 778, 1204,
Henniker, John, 379.

Montague, Frederick, 621, 906, 1374.
Hill, Sir Richard, 143, 290, 1248, 1336. Mulgrave [Constantine Phipps), Lord, 34,
Honywood, Filmer, 385.

187, 189.
Hood, Lord, 34, 171.

Muncaster, Lord, 1336.
Hood, Sir Alexander, 375, 376.

Newnham, Nathaniel, 176, 606, 622, 1257.
Hopetoun, Earl of, 221, 236, 645, 855, 1285.
Hopkins, Richard, 277.

Norfolk, Duke of, 62, 656, 674, 897, 1296.
Howard, Sir George, 275.

North, Frederick Lord [afterwards Earl of

Guildford |, 749, 830, 920, 950, 1014, 1020,
Howe, Viscount, 13, 227.

1010, 11:40, 1148, 1180, 1185, 1187, 1195,
Hussey, William, 164, 165, 385, 396, 539, 1199, 1201, 1205, 1209, 1218, 1225, 1228.
564, 614, 618, 1310.

Northumberland, Duke of, 1122.

Norton, General, 137, 374, 1208.
Jekyll, Joseph, 1390.
Johnstone, Sir James, 30, 109, 176, 286, 379, Onslow, Lord, 247.
415, 485, 505, 525, 605, 606, 622, 631, 633,
920, 1013, 1154, 1193, 1254, 1358, 1392..

| Osborne, Lord, 1063, 1079, 1275.
Joliffe, William, 607, 1097, 1194.

Parker, Sir Peter, 286, 376.

Pelham, Thomas, 162, 506.
Keene, Whitshed, 1908.
Kenyon, Lloyd, 1065.

Penrhyn, Lord, 501, 504, 577, 582, 589.

Phipps, Colonel, 1174, 1179, 1221, 1238,
King, Lord, 649, 901.

1258, 1913, 1923, 1338, 1411.
Kinnaird, Lord, 893.

Pitt, William Chancellor of the Exchequer),
Ladbroke, Robert, 161.

6, 7, 9, 10, 31, 36, 38, 65, 75, 76, 79, 89,
Landaff, Bishop of [Dr. Richard Watson), 115, 116, 151, 164, 166, 167, 168, 174, 176,
1045.

177, 190, 216, 217, 277, 288, 289, 387, 395,
Lansdowne, Marquis of, 227, 256, 874.

396, 397, 425,427,485, 493, 495, 500, 506,

515, 516, 520, 523, 531, 536, 510, 541, 547,
Le Mesurier, Paul, 214.

570, 575, 583, 588, 598, 602, 604, 605, 607,
Lewes, Sir Watkin, 176.'

610, 616, 617,618, 619, 624,635, 685, 687,
Lord President of the Council, see Camden. 698, 689, 690, 704, 705, 708, 713, 715,717,

724, 731, 732, 748, 771, 782, 783, 816, 817,
Loughborough, Lord [Alexander Wedder-

819, 845, 913, 921, 931, 935, 936, 1004,
burn), 56, 221, 222, 233, 235, 248, 658,

1038, 1095, 1096, 1097, 1099, 1100, 1107,
668, 853, 882, 1066, 1081, 1082, 1088, 1092.

1112, 1134, 1137, 1148, 1161, 1162, 1165,
Lord Advocate of Scotland, see Campbell. 1166, 1171, 1180, 1181, 1183, 1186, 1196,
Lord Chancellor, see Thurlow.

1201, 1202, 1205, 1209, 1215, 1218, 1222,

1226, 1232, 1233, 1244, 1252, 1254, 1956,
Loveden, Edward, 376, 747, 908.

1309, 1319, 1328, 1942, 1352, 1367, 1971,

1394, 1399, 1404, 1106, 1410, 1413.
Macbride, John, 31, 288, 380.

Porchester, Lord, 219, 234, 657, 675, 873,
Macdonald, Archibald (Solicitor General), 898, 1063, 1064, 1066, 1129.

143, 455 (Attorney General), 753, 794, Powys, Thomas, 108, 136, 177, 185, 186, 385,
1146, 1164, 1181, 1184, 1996, 1402.

506, 511, 516, 522, 690, 704, 752, 785, 815,

947, 1155, 1164, 1204, 1224, 1234, 1242, i Steele, Thomas, 164, 1327. 1249, 1253.

Stormont, Viscount, 59, 221, 223, 227, 238, Pulteney, Daniel, 112, 137, 386, 396, 453. 674, 680, 683, 863, 899, 1069, 1085, 1132, Pulteney, William, 904, 925, 1012, 1361.

1288, 1294. Pye, Henry James, 630,

Strachey, Henry, 371.

Sturt, Charles, 1010. Radnor (Jacob Pleydell Bouverie] Earl of, Suffolk, Earl of, 896. 1133, 1986.

Sumner, George, 1222, 1967, 1397. Rawdon, Lord, 12, 19, 295, 548, 681, 858,

Sutton, Sir Richard, 264, 387, 422, 442, 1239, 891, 1077, 1084, 1284, 1987.

1359. Richmond, Duke of, 57, 225, 640, 648, 649, 651, 870, 898, 1091, 1287.

Swinburne, Sir John, 1011, 1103. Ridley, Sir Matthew White, 515, 617, 619.

Sydney, Lord, 221, 646, 675, 681, 1060, 1064,

1292. Rodney, Lord, 638, 648. Rolle, John 135, 385, 503, 704, 753, 1039, Tankerville, Earl of, 225. 1153, 1182, 1185, 1188, 1399.

Taylor, Michael Angelo, 414, 534, 547, 606, Rose, George, 396, 579.

1003, 1011, 1221. Rushworth, Mr., 818.

Thornton, Henry, 1341. Ryder, Dudley (afterwards Earl of Harrowby], Thornton, Robert, 106. 1103.

Thorold, Sir John, 382, 389.

Thurlow, Lord [Lord Chancellor), 55, 61, 222, Salisbury, Bishop of, 1282.

233, 234, 235, 255, 547, 641, 643, 649, 653, Sandwich, Earl of, 15, 227, 644, 648, 1060.

672, 679, 680, 884, 1068, 1071, 1081, 1082,

1085, 1293, 1296, 1297, 1301. Sawbridge, John, 175, 412, 626, 627, 629.

Townshend, Marquis, 646,648, 1080. Scott, John (afterwards Lord Eldon), 37, 86, 186, 196, Sir, (Solicitor General), 777, 825,

Townshend, Lord John, 1144, 1342. 1023, 1155.

Turner, Sir Gregory Page, 172, 1023. Scott, Major, 137, 569, 635, 637, 1344, 1361,

Vansittart, George, 919. 1377.

Vyner, Robert, 622,687, 689. Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 10, S6, 39, 109, 116, 127, 159, 163, 166, 167, 187, 216, 217,

Walsingham [Thomas De Grey], Lord, 222, 219, 287, 404,523, 535, 541, 542, 631, 635,

1131. 730, 851, 962, 1099, 1105, 1120, 1154, 1165, 1188, 1210, 1216, 1220, 1239, 1245,

Watson, Brook, 175, 524. 1254, 1327, 1998, 1409.

Webb, Captain, 376. Sinclair, Sir John, 783, 784.

Whitbread, Samuel, 609. Smith, Charles Loraine, 144, 505, 526. Wilberforce, William, 1037. Smith, William, 576, 577, 598, 1255.

Wilmot, John, 618. Smith, Samuel, 602, 1983, 1392.

Winchelsea, Earl of, 1045. Smyth, Sir Robert, 219, 628, 630, 928, 934, Windham, William, 143, 386, 619, 795, 933, 936.

1159, 1357, 1401, 1409. Solicitor General, see Macdonald, see also Scott, Sir John.

Yonge, Sir George (Secretary at War), 166. Southampton, Lord, 1274.

York, H. R. H. the Duke of, 678, 1131, 1133,

1295. Speaker, The, see Cornwall, see also Grenville.

Yorke, Philip (afterwards Earl of Hardwicke), Stafford, Marquis of, 656, 658.

1904, 1312. Stanhope, Earl, 56, 642, 674, 1276, 1301.

Young, William, 136, 265, 504, 577, 1394, Stanhope, Walter Spencer, 385, 684.

1996.

Parliamentary History.

28 GEORGE THE THIRD, A. D. 1788.

FIFTH SESSION

| justice was indispensably due. The still

stronger case, to which he alluded, had OF THE

not been stated by the right hon. gentleSIXTEENTH PARLIAMENT man on Friday last, and indeed it was not

possible for it to have offered itself as any OF

part of the right hon. gentleman's arguGREAT BRITAIN

ment. It was that of a libel on a com

mittee appointed by the House to conduct [Continued from Vol. XXVI.] a prosecution by impeachment, and conse

quently a prosecution of the most grave DEBATE on Mr. Fox's Complaint of a and solemn nature, because it put the Pamphlet respecting the Impeachment person accused upon his trial before the of Mr. Hastings.] Feb. 14, 1788. Mr. supreme and most august tribunal recog. Fox rose, and begged leave to remind the nized by the constitution, namely, the high House that its attention had been very court of parliament. The minds of gentle. lately called to a complaint against a libel, men having been so lately roused to an and that, on that occasion, the right hon. attention to libels, it was reasonable to gentleman who had stood forward to desire suppose that they had considered the them to punish a breach of their privileges subject much more fully than, for a long had, in the course of his speech, observed, time past, they had accustomed themselves that it had been generally thought, that to do. He trusted, therefore, that the when a libel on individuals was issued and complaint he had to state would not be published, it was most wise to pass it over deemed trivial in its nature; and as the without notice, unless the case were of a House could never wish it to be understood very flagrant nature indeed; but the right that they were eager to punish libellers of hon. gentleman had expressed great doubt one party, but unwilling to punish libellers whether a similar line of conduct was of another, and as he was sure the House proper to be pursued when a libel was felt no such sentiment or desire, he was published against the House of Commons persuaded the House coincided in opicollectively, and against their honour and nion with him, that it was incumbent on dignity as a branch of the legislature. To them to teach the libellers of their prothese opinions, Mr. Fox said, no man could ceedings in a matter of the most serious more fully subscribe than bimself; but and important nature, that when a comthere was a possibility for a case to arise, plaint was made of their publication, and equally, if not more strong, than that of that publication was found to deserve puthe third case stated by the right hon. nishment, they would not suffer it to escape. gentleman; namely that of sir Elijah Mr. Fox now observed, that a pamphlet Impey, a man answering at their bar to had been put into his hands, which, alaccusations, and claiming the protection though it had escaped his notice, he unof the House. To that claim the House derstood had been published nearly a fortundoubtedly did right to pay attention, night. It contained a gross and scandabecause to have denied it, would have been lous libel on the Committee appointed by to all appearance a refusal of justice, where that House to manage the prosecution of [VOL XXVII.]

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