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HISTORY OF EUROPE.
Opening of the Session of Parliament-Substance of his Majesty's Speech-
Address moved for in the House of Lords, by Lord Elliot - Seconded by
CHA P. II.
Parliamentary Proceedings continued— Motion made by Sir Evan Nepean
Parliamentary Proceedings continued.--Discussion of the Rupture with Spain
in the House of Commons.- Debate.--Speeches of Mr. Pitt-Grey--
upon the Motion of Address of Thanks for the Production of
Parliamentary proceedings continued.-Motion of Lord Darnly, in the
House of Lords, for the Repeal of the Additional Force Bull.-Debate
Parliamentary Proceedings continued.-Short Discussion in the House of
Lords, upon the Suspension of the Irish Habeas Corpus.-Debate in the
- Bill carried on a Division.— Mr. Sheridan's Motion for the Repeal of
Parlianentary Proceedings continued. -- Irish Brudget.-Dirision in the Hous
of Lorus, upon a Clause in the Vutiny Bill.- Mr. Pitt's Plan for the
in Chief.- Proceedings in the House of Lords, upon the Reform of the
Parliamentary Proceedings continued.-Motion of Mr. Whitbread on the
Subject of the Tenth Naval Report - And Resolutions moved thereon.-
Parliamentary Debates continued.-- Motion of Mr. Grey, to bring the
Bar of the House of Commons.
Parliamentary Debates continued. -- Lord Grenville's Motion in the Houx
of Lords for taking into Consideration the Petition of the Roman Catho-
Parliamentary Proceedings continued.--Conversation in the House of
Commons, upon Continental Affairs.-- Appointment of Military Come
Parliamentary Proceedings continued. -King's Message.---Claims of the
Duke of Athol.-Debate in the House of Lords upon the King's Mei-
Aid of his Majesty. And Three Thousand Pounds annually to the Duke
cester moves that Lord Melville should be proceeded against by Impeach.
Form thereof.- Managers