COBBETT'S

Parlimentary Debates,

DURING THE

FIRST SESSION OF THE THIRD PARLIAMENT

OF THE

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT-BRITAIN AND IRELAND,

AND OF THE

KINGDOM OF GREAT-BRITAIN THE TWENTIETH,

Appointed to meet at Westminster, the Fifteenth Day of December, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Six: And, also, during the First Session of the Fourth Parliament of the said United Kingdom, appointed to meet at Westminster, the Twenty-Second Day of June, in the Forty-seventh Year of the Reign of his Majesty King GEORGE the Third, Annoque Domini One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seven.

VOL. IX.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD

BETWEEN THE 5th OF MARCH AND THE 14th OF AUGUST, 1807.

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1807.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TO VOL. IX.
HOUSE OF LORDS.

From March 5, to the Dissolution of the Third Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, April 27, 1807.

1807 March 9. Scotch Judicature bill.—The lord chancellor (Erskine)
62
10. Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Grenville, the lord chancellor, lord Grenville, lord Eldon, earl of Lauderdale
66
12. Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Grenville, lord Kinnaird, earl of Lauderdale, lord Eldon, lord Grenville, lord Auckland, the lord chancellor
83
13. Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Grenville, duke of Montrose, marquis of Abercorn, earl of Lauderdale
108
16. Scotch Judicature bill.—Duke of Montrose, lord Redesdale, earl of Selkirk, lord Eldon, lord Grenville, lord Melville, earl of Lauderdale, earl of Mansfield
111
18. Slave-Trade Abolition bill.—Lord Grenville
146
Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Grenville, lord Eldon, lord chancellor, lord Melville, earl of Lauderdale
147
23. Slave-Trade Abolition bill.—Earl of Westmoreland, lord Grenville, bp. of Landaff, earl of Westmoreland, marq. of Sligo, duke of Norfolk
168
25. Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Grenville, lord Eldon
187
26. Commerce of the Country.—Lord Auckland, earl of Westmoreland
229
Change of Administration.—Lord Grenville, lord Sidmouth, lord Hawkesbury, lord Moira, lord Melville, lord Grenville, lord Holland, earl of Carnarvon, lord Hawkesbury, earl of Buckinghamshire, the lord chancellor (Erskine), marquis of Stafford
231
April 8. Change of Administration.—Marquis of Stafford
280
13. Change of Administration.—Marquis of Stafford, lord Aberdeen, earl of Hardwicke, lord Erskine, earl of Jersey, lord Harrowby, earl of Selkirk, lord Boringdon, lord Kinnaird, lord Sidmouth, earl of Lauderdale, lord Mulgrave, earl of Limerick, lord Holland, earl of Westmoreland, earl Darnley, lord Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, earl Camden, earl Moira, lord chancellor (Eldon), duke of Norfolk ,
350
16. Capture of Monte Video.—Lord Hawkesbury, earl of Galloway, lord Mulgrave
475
17. Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Kinnaird, earl of Lauderdale, duke of Montrose, lord chancellor, lord Auckland, lord Hawkesbury, lord Holland, lord Melville, lord Hawkesbury, lord Grenville
481
20. Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Auckland, lord chancellor, lord Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, lord Kinnaird, lord Lauderdale, duke of Athol, lord Melville
493
21. Capture of Monte Video.—Earl Moira, earl of Galloway, earl Spencer, earl Moira, earl of Galloway
502
22. Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Erskine, lord Grenville
507
23. Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Erskine, lord Grenville, duke of Athol, the lord chancellor
515
Loan Interest bill.—Lord Auckland, duke of Montrose, lord Sidmouth, lord Kinnaird, lord Mulgrave, lord Grenville, earl of Westmoreland, lord Grenville, lord Harrowby, lord Hawkesbury, lord Lauderdale, earl of Buckinghamshire, lord Grenville, earl Spencer, lord Holland
518
27. The Lords Commissioners' Speech on proroguing the Parliament
551

From the Opening of the First Session of the Fourth Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, on the 22d of June, to its Close on the 14th of August, 1807.

1807. June 22. Meeting of the New Parliament
565
23. Choice of a Speaker of the House of Commons
574
1807 June 26. The Lords Commissioners' Speech on Opening the Session.—Earl of Mansfield, lord Rolle, earl Fortescue, lord Boringdon, lord Holland, lord Mulgrave, lord Holland, lord Erskine, earl Grosvenor, lord Sidmouth, earl of Selkirk, earl of Rosslyn, earl of Buckinghamshire, lord Grenville, lord Sidmouth, lord chancellor, lord Lauderdale, lord Hawkesbury
577
29. American Trade bill.—Lord Hawkesbury, lord Auckland, lord Holland, lord Hawkesbury, lord Grenville, lord Holland, earl Bathurst, lord Grenville, the lord chancellor, lord Harrowby, lord Grenville
664
Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord Grenville, lord chancellor, lord Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, duke of Athol, earl of Rosslyn, lord Lauderdale
666
30. Private bills.—Lord chancellor, lord Grenville
681
American Trade bill.—Lord Hawkesbury, lord Grenville
682
July 10. Defence of the Country.—Lord Sidmouth, earl Bathurst
*752
13. Defence of the Country.—Lord Sidmouth, lord Hawkesbury, earl of Suffolk
769
American Indemnity bill.—Earl Bathurst, lord Grenville, lord Hawkesbury, earl Spencer, lord Erskine, lord chancellor, lord Carysfort, earl of Limerick, lord Holland, lord Sidmouth, lord Redesdale, earl of Buckinghamshire, lord Grenville, earl of Westmoreland
769
14. American Indemnity bill.—Lord Holland
806
American Trade bill.—Lord Holland, earl Bathurst, lord Harrowby, lord Lauderdale, lord Mulgrave, ford Lauderdale, lord chancellor
806
17. Irish Glebe Houses bill.—Earl of Hardwicke, earl of Suffolk
837
Defence of the Country.—Earl of Suffolk
838
23. Irish Glebe Houses bill.—Earl of Hardwicke, lord Redesdale, archbishop of Dublin
906
27. Dispute with America.—Lord Holland, lord Hawkesbury, lord Holland
926
29. King's Messages relative to Sweden and Prussia.—Lord Hawkesbury, lord Holland, lord Lauderdale, lord Holland, lord Mulgrave
986
Irish Insurrection bill.—Lord Hawkesbury, lord Holland, earl of Limerick, duke of Bedford, earl of Limerick, lord Kingston, earl of Hardwicke, lord Carleton, earl of Selkirk
989
American Indemnity bill
996
August 4. Offices in Reversion bill.—Lord Arden, earl Grosvenor, lord Lauderdale, lord Melville, lord Holland, lord Lauderdale, lord Melville, lord Selkirk, lord Boringdon
1044*
10. Scotch Judicature bill.—Lord chancellor, earl of Selkirk, lord Lauderdale
1106
Neutral Powers.—Earl Stanhope
1106
Militia Transfer bill.—Lord Hawkesbury, lord Sidmouth, lord Boringdon, lord De Dunstanville, earl of Selkirk
1106
11. Parochial Schools bill.—Lord Hawkesbury, lord Holland, lord Redesdale, lord chancellor, archbishop of Canterbury, earl Stanhope
1174
Irish Arms bill.—Lord Holland, lord Hawkesbury, lord Hardwicke, lord Redesdale
1178
12. Militia Transfer bill.—Lord Sidmouth*, lord Hawkesbury, lord Chancellor, lord Mulgrave, lord Sidmouth
1181
13. Dispute with America.—Earl Stanhope, lord chancellor, earl Morton
1183
14. The Lords Commissioners' Speech at the Close of the Session
1221
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

From March 5, to the Dissolution of the Third Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, April 27, 1807.

1807 March 5. Roman Catholics' Army and Navy Service bill.—Lord Howick, mr. Perceval, lord Temple, mr. Yorke, mr. Montague, mr. Fremantle, mr. T. W. Plumer, mr. Corry, mr. I. H. Browne, lord Howick
2
Committee of Supply: Prussian Subsidy.—Mr. Bankes, lord H. Petty, lord Howick
20

*A more correct Report of Lord Sidmouth's Speech will be found at p. 1221.

March 5. Mr. Paull's Petition respecting the Westminster Election.—Mr. Sheridan, mr. Perceval, lord Howick, mr. Sheridan, mr. Whitbread
23
6. Conduct of Mr. Cawthorne.—Colonel Wilder, general Porter
57
Call of the House.—Mr. Perceval, the speaker, lord H. Petty
58
Slave-Trade Abolition bill.—Sir C. Pole, mr. Ward, sir P. Francis, mr. Fuller, general Vyse, sir T. Turton, mr. H. Addington, mr. Whitbread, mr. Rose, lord H. Petty, mr. Canning, mr. Bathurst
59
9. Mutiny bill.—The secretary at war
63
Slave-Trade Abolition bill.—Lord Howick, messrs. Hibbert, Vyse, Rose, Wilberforce, Fuller, Barham, Dickenson, Gascoyne, lord Howick
63
10. Petition of Mr. Cochrane Johnstone.—Mr. Whitbread, secretary at war, mr. W. Dundas, mr. Whitbread, mr. Plumer, sir E. Knatchbull
70
11. Committee of Supply: Miscellaneous Services
79
Freehold Estates bill.—Colonel Eyre, messrs. Roscoe, Simeon, N. Calvert, H. Martin, the solicitor-general
81
12. West-India Planters' Petition.—Mr. Hibbert, mr. Jacob, mr. Rose, lord Temple, mr. Wilberforce
85
Mutiny bill.—Lord Castlereagh, mr. Windham, mr. Rose, col. Shipley, col. Barry, sir J. Pulteney, sir J. Doyle, mr. Perceval, mr. Windham, mr. Perceval, mr. Fawkes, mr. Perceval
101
16. Slave-Trade Abolition bill.—Mr. Hibbert, sir P. Francis, messrs. Lyttleton, H. Thornton, Herbert, T. W. Plumer, Barham, Windham, Sheridan, lord Castlereagh, messrs. Wilberforce, Windham, Wilberforce, Windham, Barham
114
17. Abolition of Slavery.—Earl Percy, lord H. Petty, mr. Eden, sir C. Pole, messrs. Wilberforce, Herbert, Sheridan, Moore, Manning, Pole
142
18. Roman Catholics' Army and Navy Service bill.—Lord Howick
149
Mr. Paull's Petition respecting the Westminster Election.—Mr. Sheridan, mr. M. A. Taylor, lord Folkestone, mr. Whitbread, mr. M. A. Taylor
150
Freehold Estates bill.—Mr. Tuffnell, mr. Simeon, master of the rolls, mr. C. Wynne, mr. Calvert, lord advocate, mr. Canning, solicitor-general
159
19. Scotch Taxes Regulation bill.—Lord H. Petty
166
23. Change of Administration.—Mr. W. Dickenson, lord Howick
172
Carnatic Papers.—Sir T. Turton, mr. Tierney, col. Symes, sir J. Anstruther
174
24. Lancaster Election.—Mr. Dent, mr. Tierney
177
Offices in Reversion.—Mr. Bankes, mr. Yorke, lord Howick, mr. Plumer, sir J. Newport, mr. Johnstone, mr. Plumer, lord H. Petty, messrs. H. Martin, Gascoyne, Horner, Sheridan, Huskisson, Whitbread, Huskisson, Parnell, Johnstone
178
25. Irish Budget.—Sir John Newport
189
Affairs of India.—Sir P. Francis, mr. Tierney
191
Office of the Duchy of Lancaster.—Mr. H. Martin, mr. I. W. Ward, mr. Perceval, mr. Plumer, lord H. Petty, messrs. S. Bourne, Sharpe, Montague, H. Thornton, Johnstone, Sheridan, Johnstone, Sheridan, Simeon, Fuller, Wilberforce, master of the rolls, lord Howick, mr. S. Bourne, general Graham
194
26. Change of Administration.—Lord Howick, messrs. Huskisson, Fuller, Loftus
261
April 9. Change of Administration.—Mr. Brand, mr. Lambe, gen. Craufurd, messrs. Ord, W. Keene, Wharton, Fawkes, Osborn, Bastard, M. Fitzgerald, T. Turton, Curwen, Tuffnell, Fuller, Plunkett, chancellor of the exchequer, Grattan, Duigenan, Horner, Sheridan, lord Howick, messrs. Canning, Grenville, the speaker, Duigenan, Romilly, Bathurst, Murray, Whitbread, Rose, lord Howick, lord H. Petty
284
13. Poor-Laws bill.—Mr. Whitbread, mr. S. Lefevre
423
Finance Committee.—Mr. Ward, lord H. Petty, mr. Ward
425
Barrack Commission.—Lord H. Petty, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. Windham
425
Loan Interest bill.—Chancellor of the Exchequer, lord H. Petty, sir T. Turton, mr. Tierney
427
1807 April 15. Change of Administration.—Messrs.Lyttleton, Hibbert, Milnes, Ward, H. Browne, Macdonald, Tighe, Robinson, Gore, Roscoe, Newport, Bankes, Tierney, lord Castlereagh, lord Howick, mr. Bathurst, earl Percy, chanc. of the excheq. mr. Windham, master of the rolls
432
16. Capture of Monte Video.—Lord Castlereagh, mr. Windham, sir J. Doyle, mr. M. Matthew
476
17. Poor-Laws bill.—Messrs. Whitbread, Curwen, Plumer, chancellor of the exchequer, Fellowes, Patteson, Fuller, Giddy, Parnell, Milbanke, Le Fevre, Whitbread, Windham, Wilberforce, Bathurst
490
20. Mutiny at Vellore.—Mr. Howorth, mr. R. Dundas, mr. Corry
496
Irish Churches and Glebe Houses.—Messrs. Wickham, Duigenan, Newport, chancellor of the exchequer, M. Fitzgerald, Parnell
497
Irish Grand Jury Presentments.—Messrs. M. Fitzgerald, Parnell, Wilberforce, M. Fitzgerald
499
21. Penryn Election: Sir .C. Hawkins.—Mr. A. Wright, the speaker, sir C. Hawkins, messrs. Herbert, Wynne, Lee Keck, Hurst, chancellor of the exchequer, Bankes, Wright
504
22. Governor of Curacoa.—Col. Wood, Mr. Windham, lord Castlereagh, col. Wood
507
Third Military Report.—Lord A. Hamilton, chancellor of the exchequer
509
Penryn Election: Sir C. Hawkins.—Mr. A. Wright, the speaker, Capt. Herbert, lord A. Hamilton, messrs. Herbert, Lee Keck, E. Stewart, Hurst, Wynne, Whitbread, Rose, Lethbridge, Simeon, Leycester, Hurst, Swann, chancellor of the exchequer, Bankes, Fuller, Wynne, S. Bourne, Whitbread
509
23. Calico Printers' bill.—Sir R. Peele, messrs. Giddy, Jacob, Moore, H. Erskine, Sheridan
532
24. Poor-Laws bill.—Messrs. Whitbread, Ellison, Rose Fuller, Buller, Roscoe, Calcraft, H. Erskine, Giddy, S. Stanhope, Sharpe, lord Porchester, Simeon, G. Vansittart, Bathurst, Wilberforce, Windham, Whitbread, chancellor of the exchequer
538

From the Opening of the First Session of the Fourth Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, on the 22d of June, to its Close, on the 14th of August 1807.

1807 June 22. Choice of a Speaker.—Mr. Yorke, mr. Bankes, mr. Calcraft, mr. W. Smith, mr. Abbot, chancellor of the exchequer
566
26 The Lords Commissioners' Speech.—Lord Newark, mr. Hall lord Howick, chancellor of the exchequer, Mr. Windham, gen. Craufurd, sir H. Mildmay, mr. D. Browne, lord Cochrane, mr. Grattan, lord Milton, mr. R. Dundas, mr. Bathurst, lord Pollington, gen. Hope, messrs. Croker, S. Wortley, W. Smith, Bathurst, Ryder, lord Temple, lord H. Petty, mr. Canning, mr. Grenville, mr. Whitbread, sir A. Wellesley, sir J. Newport
608
27. India Budget.—Mr. R. Dundas, lord Howick, mr. R. Dundas
662
Irish Revenue bills.—Lord Howick, mr. Rose, mr. Foster, sir J. Newport
663
29. Offices in Reversion bill.—Mr. Bankes, sir J. Newport, mr. Herbert, lord H. Petty, sir A. Wellesley
669
Resolutions relating to Private Bills.—The speaker, chancellor of the exchequer, lord H. Petty, mr. Curwen, lord Howick
670
Conduct of Marquis Wellesley.—Lord Folkestone, sir J. Anstruther, lord Folkestone, mr. Creevey, mr. H. Addington, the speaker
674
Memorial of Sir H. Mildmay.—Sir H. Mildmay, mr. S. Bourne, sir H. Mildmay, mr. Canning, lord Howick, lord H. Petty
675
30. British and Foreign Shipping.—Mr. Eden, mr. Rose, lord Howick, chancellor of the exchequer, sir C. Price, lord H. Petty, Lord Castlereagh, lord Temple, mr. Canning, mr. Whitbread, mr. Canning, Dr. Laurence, mr. Montague
682
1807 Breach of Privilege.—Mr. Sturges Bourne
688
June 30. British Troops in the West Indies.—Mr. C. Johnstone, lord Castlereagh, mr. Windham, secretary at war, mr. W. Smith, mr. C. Johnstone
689
Finance Committee.—Chancellor of the exchequer, lord H. Petty, messrs Boyle, Biddulph, Brand, Canning, Curwen, Canning, Laurence, Romilly, Bankes, Whitbread, Addington, lord Cochrane, col. Shipley, messrs. S. Wortley, Bankes, Huskisson, H. Thornton, Combe, Sharpe, Lambe, lord A. Hamilton, lord Howick, chancellor of the exchequer, lord Howick, mr. Biddulph, lord Howick
692
July 2. Clothing of Veteran Battalions.—Mr. Rose, lord Temple, mr Long, lord Howick, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. Windham. mr. Johnstone, mr. Wilberforce, lord H. Petty, gen. Tarletor, mr. Huskisson
717
Sheriffs Depute or Sutherland, &c. and Lord Cullen's pension.—Mr. W. Adam, lord advocate, messrs. Wynne, C. Johnstone, R. Dundas, Laing, marquis of Titchfield, W. Dundas, solicitor-general for Scotland, mr. Croker, chancellor of the exchequer, messrs. H. Martin, Canning, Rose, Martin, Windham, lord H. Petty, Mr. Adam
721
Pensions to Chancellors.—Mr. Huskisson, lord Howick
729
3. Pensions to Chancellors.—Mr. Huskisson, lord Howick
731
Navy, Army and Ordnance Estimates.—Mr. R. Ward, secretary at war, mr. Ashton
732
6. Petition against Mr. Galway Mills.—Mr. C. Johnstone
733
State of the Nation.—Mr. Whitbread, mr. D. Browne mr. Whitbread, mr. Milnes, lord Milton, sir A. Piggott, messrs. H. Smith, D. Browne, M. Montague, Tarleton, W. Adam, Wilberforce, Laurence, Bathurst, Newport, Croker, W. Smith, chancellor of the exchequer, lord Howick
734
7. Standing Order for the Exclusion of Strangers.—Mr. Sheridan, mr. D. Browne, the speaker, mr. Whitbread
744
Pensions, Places, Sinecures,&c. held by Members of parliament.—Lord Cochrane, messrs. Bankes,Curwen, Whitbread, chancellor of the exchequer, lord Ossulston, messrs. J. Smith, Lethbridge Luttleton, Sebright, W. Smith, Wilberforce, Sheridan, Huskitson, Calcraft, Rose, chancellor of the exchequer, lord Cochrane, mr. Whitbread, lord H. Petty, mr. Canning, mr. N. Calvert, lord Cochrane, mr. W. Smith, chancellor of the exchequer, messrs. Whitbread, Bankes, Sheridan, Wilberforce, Laurence, Rose, Calcraft
745
8. East-India Company's Bonds bill.—Mr. Creevey, mr. R. Dundas, mr. P. Moore
743*
Committee of Privileges.—Messrs. Rose, Moore, Wynne, C. Johnstone, Ellison, Barham, chancellor of the exchequer, Herbert, W. Smith
744*
Memorial of Sir H. Mildmay—Sir H. Mildmay, lord Howick, mr. Canning
747*
Sale of Commissions in the Army.—Mr. C. Johnstone, secretary at war
750*
9. Irish Insurrection bill.—Sir A. Wellesley, sir J. Newport, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. Grattan, mr. Sheridan, mr. Whitbread
751*
10. Naval. Abuses.—Lord Cochrane, sir S. Hood, admiral Hervey, admiral Markham, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. Windham, mr. R. Ward, sir C Pole, mr. Sheridan, lord Cochrane
754
Election Petitions.—Chancellor of the exchequer
768
13. Defence of the Country.—Mr. Whitbread chancellor of the exchequer, mr. Whitbread, lord Howick, mr Canning
794
Roman Catholic College at Maynooth.—Mr. Foster, mr. Wynne, lord Howick, the speaker, lord Hood
796
Parochial Schools bill.—Messrs, D. Giddy, Morris, Ellison, S. Bourne, Romilly, Rose, Lushington, R. Dundas, Simeon, lord Milton, mr. Wharton, mr. Whitbread, marquis of Titchfield, mr. Whitbread, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. S. Lefevre, mr. Whitbread, sir J. Newport, sir T. Turton, mr. Simeon, mr. S. Stanhope, lord H. Petty
798
14. Army Clothing and Agency.—Mr. C. Johnstone, secretary at war, mr. Rose, mr. Windham, mr. C. Johnstone
810
Sinking Fund.—Chancellor of the exchequer, lord H. Petty, messrs. Huskisson, Dent, Addington, Long, Giddy, Vansittart, Rose
813
1807. July 15. Roman Catholic College at Maynooth.—Messrs, Foster, Elliot, H. Browne, Windham, Parnell, W. Smith, chancellor of the exchequer, lord H. Petty, mr. J. L. Foster, mr. Dillon, sir J. Newport, chancellor of the exchequer, lord Howick, mr. Foster, lord Howick col. Barry, mr. Sheridan, col. Barry, mr. Sheridan, dr. Duigenan, lord Howick, lord Milton, mr. Grattan
817
16. Complaint respecting the Poole Writ.—Mr. Jeffery, mr. Creevey
830
Volunteers.—Sir T. Turton, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. S. Lefevre, sir T. Turton
831
East-India Bonds bill.—Mr. Creevey, mr. Grant*, lord Folkestone, lord Howick, mr. R. Dundas, Dr. Laurence, chancellor of the exchequer, sir A. Wellesley, lord Morpeth, mr. Lamb
833
17. Complaint respecting the Poole Writ.—Chancellor of the exchequer, the speaker, mr. Barham, chancellor of the exchequer, lord Howick, mr. Huskisson lord Ossulston, lord Howick, mr. Sharpe, mr. W. Smith, dr. Laurence, mr. Dent, mr. Jeffery
838
20. Complaint respecting the Poole Writ.—Mr. Barham, the speaker, chancellor of the exchequer, the speaker, mr. Jeffery
845
Poor Relief bill.—Messrs. Morris, Giddy, Whitbread, Rose, Whitbread, Lushington, Simeon
846
21. Papers relating to the Polygars.—Sir T. Turton, mr. R. Dundas, mr. Addington, lord Folkestone, mr. Grant, mr. W. Keene, mr. Wallace
851
Parochial Schools bill.—Messrs. S. Bourne, W. Smith, H. Browne, Wilberforce, Whitbread, Wilberforce, Newport, Rose, Simeon, Lushington, chancellor of the exchequer, P. Carew, Whitbread
853
22. Defence of the Country.—Lord Castlereagh, sir G. Warrender, mr. Yorke, mr. Bathurst, mr. Windham, mr. Herbert, mr. S. Lefevre
860
23. East-India Bonds bill.—Mr. P. Moore, mr. R. Dundas, lord Folkestone, mr. W. Smith, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. Creevey, mr. Grant, dr. Laurence, mr. Whitbread, mr. R. Dundas
907
Irish Insurrection bill.—Mr. Whitbread, sir J. Newport, sir A. Wellesley
909
24. Irish Insurrection bill.—Sir J. Newport, sir A. Wellesley, messrs. Croker, Vereker, Romilly, Vereker, Barry, Laurence, chancellor of the exchequer, Croker, Whitbread, Laing, Croker, Grattan, Beresford, Abercrombie, solicitor-general, Grattan, dr. Laurence, Brand, chancellor of the exchequer, Piggott, attorney-general, Boyle, Whitbread, Newport, Windham, Vereker, solicitor-general, lord H. Petty, lord Milton, chancellor of the exchequer, messrs. Windham, Morris, Newport, Vereker, Phipps, Windham, chancellor of the exchequer, Grattan, Beresford, Loftus, lord Howick, chancellor of the exchequer
911
25. Irish Insurrection bill.—Sir A. Wellesley, sir J. Newport, chancellor of the exchequer, sir J. Newport, col. Vereker, chancellor of the exchequer, sir J. Newport, mr. Foster, chancellor of the exchequer, sir J. Newport, the speaker, sir J. Newport, sir A. Wellesley
942
27. London Port Improvement bill.—Mr. W. Smith, alderman Combe, mr. Hibbert
927
Foreign Treaties and Dispute with America.—Mr. Whitbread, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. Whitbread
929
Militia Transfer bill.—Sir R. Williams, col. Stanley, mr. Willoughby, lord Euston, mr. Lockhart, mr Calcraft, mr. Cripps, col. Wood, mr. Bastard, mr. Fuller, lord Binning, mr. Whitbread, mr. Canning, mr. Addington, lord H. Petty, lord Henniker, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. Windham, mr. Bathurst, lord Castlereagh, dr. Laurence, mr. Windham
931
Irish Insurrection bill.—Messrs. Brand, Whitbread, W. Smith, Newport, Ward, lord Milton, mr. Sheridan, mr. Grattan
969
28. King's Message relating to Engagements with Sweden, &c.—Mr. Canning
972
King's Message respecting a Vote of Credit.—Chancellor of the exchequer
974

* A more correct Report of Mr. Grant's Speech will be found at p. 1019.

1807. July 28. Complaint respecting the Poole Writ.—Mr. Jeffery, chancellor of the exchequer, the speaker, chancellor of the exchequer, mr. Barham
974
Militia Transfer bill.—lord Milton, sir T. Turton, col. Wood, mr. W. Smith, secretary at war, mr. Lyttleton, chancellor of the exchequer, lord G. Cavendish, mr. Babington
977
29. Sierra Leone Company bill.—Messrs. Dent, Wilberforce, Eden, Huskisson, Fuller, Sheridan, lord H. Petty, mr. H. Thornton
1001
Complaint respecting the Poole Writ.—Col. Wood, messrs. Fuller, W. Smith, chancellor of the exchequer, Rose, lord H. Petty,
1003
Complaint respecting the Poole Writ.—Col. Wood, messrs. Fuller, W. Smith, chancellor of the exchequer, Rose, lord H. Petty, Barham, P. Carew, Bingham, Lushington, S. Thornton, Windham
1005
Vaccine Inoculation: Reward to Dr. Jenner.—Chancellor of the exchequer, mr. S. Lefevre, lord H. Petty, messrs, Tarleton, S. Bourne, H. Browne, S. Bourne, Morris, Sebright, Herbert, Wilberforce, Windham, chancellor of the exchequer, W. Smith, Whitbread, Fuller
1007
Poor Relief bill.—Messrs. Whitbread, S. Bourne, Whitbread, W. Smith
1015
30. Complaint respecting the Poole Writ.—The speaker
1016
East-India Bonds bill.—Mr. Creevey, mr. R. Dundas, lord Folkestone, gen. Tarleton, mr. Whitbread, mr. Johnstone, mr. Grant
1017
31. Irish Protestant Church.—Sir J. Newport, chancellor of the exchequer
1024
State of Ireland.—Mr. Sheridan, chancellor of the exchequer
1025
Subsidies to Prussia and Sweden, &c.—Mr. Canning, lord H. Petty, lord Castlereagh, messrs. Whitbread, Canning, lord Castlereagh, mr. Windham, solicitor-general for Scotland, secretary at war, general Tarleton, messrs. Calcraft, Rose, Beresford, dr. Laurence
1025
Aug. 3. Publicans' Licence Bill.—Mr. Sheridan, chanc. of the exchequer
1051
Militia Transfer Bill.—Messrs. Frankland, Keene, secretary at war, dr. Laurence, messrs. Wilberforce, Windham, lord Castlereagh
1051
4. Parochial Schools' Bill.—Messrs. Giddy, W. Smith, Carew, Windham, Whitbread, Turton, Macleod, Wilberforce, Grattan, Whitbread
1049*
Delivery of Writs.—Mr. Barham
1055*
Irish Arms bill.—Messrs. Whitbread, Herbert, Long, Elliot, Newport, chancellor of the exchequer, Ponsonby, Whitbread, Dillon, Sheridan, Barry, Ponsonby
1057
Militia Transfer bill.—Mr. Windham, lord Castlereagh, mr. Calcraft, the speaker
5. Militia Transfer bill.—Col. Stanley, lord Castlereagh, sir R. Williams, mr. Bankes, lord Folkestone, gen. Loftus, mr. Windham
1061
Militia Completion bill.—Mr.P.Carew, lord Castlereagh, mr. Sheridan
1066
6. Relief of Beneficed Clergy.—Mr. Lockhart, chancellor of the exchequer
1067
Election Recognizance bill.—Mr. Dent, mr. Rose
1068
7. East-India Budget.—Mr. R. Dundas, mr. Creevey
1069
Assessed Taxes bill.—Chancellor of the exchequer, messrs. Barham, Smith, Huskisson, Moore, Turton, Whitbread, Laurence, lord H. Petty
1070
Offices in Reversion.—Mr. Bankes
1073
Consolidated Fund bill: General State of Affairs.—Mr. Whitbread chancellor of the exchequer, lord H. Petty, lord Castlereagh, mr. Windham, mr. Canning, mr. Windham, dr. Laurence, sir T. Turton, mr. Hibbert, mr. Rose, messrs. Ward, W. Smith, Whitbread, Canning, lord H. Petty, chancellor of the exchequer, lord Folkestone
1073
Irish Arms bill.—Lord Milton, messrs. Lushington, Moore, Whitbread, sir A. Piggott, messrs. Dillon, Craig, Ponsonby, Sheridan, lord H. Petty, chancellor of the exchequer, messrs. Sheridan, Elliott, Wilberforce, Windham
1086
8. Publicans' Licence bill.—Messrs. Sheridan, chancellor of the exchequer, Rose, Giddy, Moore, S. Bourne, Sheridan
1098
10. West-India Colonies.—Messrs, Ellis, chancellor of the exchequer, Lushington, Hibbert
1151
Committee of Finance.—Mr. Bankes
1154
Offices in Reversion.—Messrs. Bankes, Ward, chancellor of the exchequer, Bouverie, lord H. Petty, sir J. Sebright, mr. Whitbread
1158
1807. Aug.10. General State of Affairs.—Mr.Whitbread, mr. Canning, mr. Whitbread
1169
13. State of Ireland.—Messrs. Sheridan, chanc. of the excheq., Grattan, Dillon, Windham, lord W. Russell, messrs. Lockhart, Herbert, Sheridan
1185
Propositions respecting the State of the Army
1211
PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS, PETITIONS, PROTESTS, REPORTS, LISTS, &c.
PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS.
King's Message respecting the Office of the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
282
King's Message relative to Sweden, &c.
972
King's Message respecting a Vote of Credit
974
Lords Commissioners' Speech at the Close of the Session, April 27, 1807
552
Lords Commissioners' Speech on Opening the First Session of the New Parliament, June 26, 1807
577
Lords Commissioners' Speech at the Close of the Session, August 14, 1807
1221
Propositions respecting the State of the Army
1216
FINANCE.—Great Britain.
Account of the Amount of all Exemptions granted to Foreigners, in respect of the Duty on Dividends, in the various Funds of Great Britain
App. p. i
Abstract Statement of the Public Income of Great Britain, for the year ended 5th January, 1807
v
Account of the Consolidated Fund of Great Britain, for the year ended 5th Jan. 1807
vii
Account of the Net Produce of the Permanent and the War Taxes for ditto
xi
Account of the Value of all Imports and Exports for 18 Years
xv
Account of the Public Expenditure of Great Britain, for the year ended the 5th of January, 1807
xvii
Account of the Monies paid out of the Receipt of his Majesty's Exchequer in the year ended the 5th January, 1807, towards satisfying the Charges of the Public Funded Debt of Great Britain, Ireland and Imperial Loans
xix
Account of the Total Amount of the Sums actually received by the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, in the year ending the 5th of Jan. 1807
xix
Account of the Interest paid on Exchequer Bills, from 5th of Jan. 1804, to 1807
xxiii
Account of the Charges upon the Consolidated Fund of Great Britain, in the year ending the 5th of January, 1807
xxi
Account of the Amount of Bounties paid in England and Scotland, and of the Revenues of Customs and Excise, between 5th Jan. 1806, and 1807
xxiii
Account of Pensions and Parliamentary Grants, for the year ending 5th Jan. 1807
xxiii
Account, shewing the Amount of Monies received from his Majesty's Exchequer for Naval Services, between 5th January 1806 and 5th January 1807
xxv
Account of Monies paid by the Office of Ordnance in the year 1806
xxvii
Account of the Miscellaneous Services for the year ending on 5th January, 1807
xxix
Account of the Unfunded Debt and Demands outstanding on 5th January, 1807
xxxiii
Account of the Progress made in the Redemption of the Public Funded Debt of Great Britain, at 1st of February, 1807
xxxv
Account of the Progress made in the Redemption of the Public Funded Debt of Ireland funded in Great Britain, 1st Feb. 1807
xxxv
Account of the Progress made in the Redemption of the Imperial Debt, 1st Feb. 1807
xxxvii
Account of the Amount of the Notes of the Bank of England and Ireland in Circulation from Feb. 1, 1806, to Feb. 1, 1807
xxxiii
FINANCE.—Ireland.
Abstract Statement of the Public Income of Ireland for the year ended 5th Jan. 1807
xxxix
Account of the Consolidated Fund of Ireland for the year ended 5th January, 1807
xliii
Account of the Public Expenditure of Ireland, for the year ending 5th Jan. 1807
xlv
Account of the Monies, paid out of the Exchequer, in the year ending 5th Jan. 1807, towards satisfying the charge of the Public Funded Debt of Ireland
xlvii
Account of the Sums actually received by the commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt of Ireland, in the year ending 5th January, 1807
xlvii
Account of the Interest on Exchequer Bills of Ireland, with the Payments made fom 5th January 1806, to 5th January 1807
xlvii
Account of Payments made for Purposes appointed by the Parliament of Ireland prior to the union, in the year ending 5th Jan. 1807
xlvii
Account of Payments made from the Funds appropriated for Local Purposes in Ireland, from 5th January 1806, to 5th January 1807
xlix
Account of Payments in the year to the 5th January 1807, under the several heads of Civil Lists, Pensions, and other Permanent Charges
xlix
Account of the. Amount of Bounties paid out of the Public Revenue of Ireland, in the year ending 5th January 1807
xlix
Account of the Amount of Payments to the Militia, Army of Reserve, &c. of Ireland, in the year ending 5th January 1807
xlix
Account of the Monies paid to the Office of Ordnance of Ireland, in the year to the 5th January 1807
Account of Monies paid on account of his Majesty's Forces in Ireland, in the year ending 5th January 1807
li
Account, shewing the Payments in the year ending 5th January 1807, for Miscellaneous Services in Ireland
li
Account of the Amount of Payments from the Vote of Credit, in the year ending 5th January 1807
li
Account of the Value of all Imports into and all Exports from Ireland, for the year ending 5th Jan. 1807
li
Account of the Number of Vessels, with the Amount of their Tonnage, which have been built and registered in the several ports of Ireland, between 5th January 1806, and 5th January 1807
li
Account of the Number of Vessels, with the Amount of their Tonnage, and Number of Men and Boys actually employed in navigating the same, which belonged to the several ports of Ireland, on 30th Sept. 1807
li
Account of the Public Funded Debt of Ireland, on 5th Jan. 1807
lv
Account of the Unfunded Debt of Ireland, on 5th Jan. 1807
liii
Account, shewing how the Monies granted for the Service of the year 1807, for Ireland have been disposed of
lix
PETITIONS.
Petition from the hon. Cochrane Johnstone
70
Petition from the West-India Planters against the Slave-Trade Abolition bill
85
Petition from the Liverpool Planters on the State of the Sugar Trade
140
Petition from the University of Oxford against the Roman Catholic Army and Navy Service bill
141
Petition from Mr. John Palmer
220
Petition againt Mr. Galway Mills
733
Petition of Dr. Highmore
1154
PROTESTS.
Protest against the American Indemnity bill
998
Protest against the Rejection of the Offices in Reversion bill
1060
REPORTS.
Report (First) of the Committee of Finance—Pay-Office
App. p. lxvii
Report (Second) of the Committee of Finance—Bank of England
lxxxvii
Report of the Committee of the House of Commons on the Commercial State of the West-India Colonies
lxxx
LISTS
List of his Majesty's Ministers, as it stood in March 1807
xii
List of his Majesty's Ministers, as it stood in April 1807
xii
List of the House of Commons, as it stood at the opening of the First Session of the New Parliament, June 22, 1807
xiii
List of the Minority on Mr. Brand's Motion relative to the Change of Administration
348
List of the Minority on the Marquis of Stafford's Motio relative to ditto
422
List of the Minority in the Lords, June 26, on the Address
607
List of the Minority in the Commons, June 26, on the Address
658
List of the Minority on Mr. Whitbread's Motion upon the State of the Nation
742
List of the Minority on Lord Cochrane's Motion relative to Places, Pensions, &c.
739*
List of the Minority in the House of Commons on the Irish Arms bill
1098
List of the Minority on Mr. Sheridan's Motion relative to the State of Ireland
1216
List of Public Acts passed in the First and only Session of the Third Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
553
List of Public Acts passed in the First Session of the Fourth Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland
1228
LIST Or HIS MAJESTY'S MINISTERS, AS IT STOOD IN MARCH, 1807
Cabinet Ministers.
Viscount Sidmouth President of the Council.
Lord Frskine Lord high Chancellor.
Lord Holland Lord Privy Seal.
Lord Grenville First Lord of the Treasury (Prime Minister).
Right Hon. Thomas Grenville First Lord of the Admiralty.
Earl of Moira Master-general of the Ordnance.
Earl Spencer Secretary of State for the Home Department.
Lord Howick Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
Right Hon. Windham Secretary of State for the Department of War and the Colonies.
lord Ellenborough Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench.
Lord Henry Petty Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer.
Earl Fitzwilliam (A Seat without an Office).
Not of the Cabinet.
Right Hon. George Tierney President of the Board of Controul for the Affairs of India.
Earl of Derby Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
Lord Auckland President of the Board of Trade.
Right Hon. Richard Fitzpatrick Secretary at War.
Right Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan Treasurer of the Navy.
Earl Temple Joint Paymaster-general.
Lord John Townshend
Earl of Buckinghamshire Joint Postmaster-general.
Earl of Carysfort
Right Hon. Nicholas Vansittart Secretaries of the Treasury
William Henry Fremantle, Esq.
Sir William Grant Master of the Rolls.
Sir Arthur Piggott Attorney-General.
Sir Samuel Romilly Solicitor-General.
PERSONS IN THE MINISTRY OF IRELAND.
His Grace the Duke of Bedford Lord Lieutenant.
Right Hon. George Ponsonby Lord High Chancellor.
Right Hon. William Elliot Chief Secretary.
Right Hon. Sir John Newport Chancellor of the Exchequer.
LIST OF HIS MAJESTY'S MINISTERS, AS IT STOOD IN APRIL, 1807.
Cabinet Ministers.
Earl Camden President of the Council.
Lord Eldon Lord High Chancellor.
Earl of Westmoreland Lord Privy Seal.
Duke of Portland First Lord of the Treasury (Prime Minister).
Lord Mulgrave First Lord of the Admiralty.
Earl of Chatham Master-general of the Ordnance.
Earl Bathurst President of the Board of Trade.
Lord Hawkesbury Secretary of State for the Home Department.
Right Hon. George Canning Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
Lord Castlereagh Secretary of State for the Department of War and the Colonies.
Right Hon. Spencer Perceval Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer, and also Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
Not of the Cabinet.
Right Hon. Robert Saunders Dundas President of the Board of Controul for the Affairs of India.
Right Hon. George Rose Vice-President of the Board of Trade, and Treasurer of the Navy.
Sir James Pulteney, Bart. Secretary at War.
Lord Charles somerset Joint Paymaster-general.
Right Hon. Charles Long
Earl of Chichester Joint Postmaster-general.
Earl of Sandwich
William Huskisson, Esq. Secretaries of the Treasury.
Hon. Henry Wellesley
Sir William Grant Master of the Rolls.
Sir Vicary Gibbs Attorney-General.
Sir Thomas Plomer Solicitor-General.
PERSONS IN THE MINISTRY OF IRELAND.
Duke of Richmond Lord Lieutenant.
Lord Manners Lord High Chancellor.
Sir Arthur Wellesley Chief Secretary.
Right Hon. John Foster Chancellor of the Exchequer.
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS:

AS RETURNED FOR THE NEW PARLIAMENT,

Which met on the 22d of June, 1807.

Abbot, right honourable Charles, Bernard, viscount, Corkeshire Canning, right hon. George,
Speaker, Oxford University Bernard, Scrope, St. Mawes Hastings
Abercomby, honourable Geo., Bernard, T., jun., King's county Canning, George, Sligo borough
Kinross shire Bertie, Albemarle, Stamford Carew, right hon. R. Pole, Fewey
Abercromby, hon. J., Midhurst Bewicke, Calv., Winchelsea Carew, Robert Shapland, Wex-
Adair, Robert, Camelford Biddulph, Robert Myddelton, ford county
Adam, William Kinross-shire Denbigh borough Cartwright, William Ralph,
Adams,Charles, Weymouth,&c. Binning, lord, Cockermouth Northampton county
Adams, William, Totness Blackburne, J., Lancashire Castlereagh, lord visct., Plymp-
Addington, right honourable Bligh, Thomas, Meathshire ton Earle
John Hiley, Harwich Boddington, Samuel, Tralee Cavendish, lord G. A. H., Derby
Agar, Eman. Felix, Sudbury Bond, right hon. Nathanael, county
Allan, Alexander, Berwick Corfe Castle Cavendish, G. H. Compton,
Althorp, visct., Northampton- Bonham, Henry, Leominster Aylesbury
shire Bootle, Edward Wilbraham, Cavendish, Wm., Derby borough
Anorews, Miles Peter, Bewdley Newcastle-under-Lyme Chaplin, C., Lincoln county
Anson, George, Litchfield Boscawen, hon. Edw., Truro Cheesement, John, Wootton
Anstruther, right honourable Bouverie, hon. B., Downton Basset
sir John, bart.; Anstruther Bouverie, honourable Edward, Cholmondeley, Thomas, Ches
Antonie, William Lee, Bedford Northampton borough ter county
borough Bowyer, sir George, bart.; Chute, Wm., Hampshire
Archdall, M., Fermanaghshire Malmesbury Clancarty, earl of, Rye
Ashburnham, Geo New Romney Boyle, lord visct., Corke county Clements, Henry John, Leitrim
Ashley, hon. Cropley, Dorchester Bradshaw, hon. A. C., Honiton Clinton, W.H., Boroughbridge
Astley, sir J. H. bart; Norfolk Bradshaw,R. Haldane, Brackley Clive, lord viscount, Ludlow
Aubrey, sir J. bart; Aldeburgh Brand, hon. Th., Hertfordshire Clive, Henry, Ludlow
Babington, Thomas, Leicester Brandling, Charles John, New- Clive, Wm., Bishop's Castle
borough castle-upon-Tyne Clonmel, earl of, New Romney
Bagenal, W., Catherloghshire Brodrick, hon. W., Whitchurch Cochrane, lord, Westminster
Bagot, hon. C., Castle Riding Brogden, James, Launceston Cochrane, hon. G. A., Gram-
Bagwell, William, Clonmell Brooke, H. V., Donegalshire pound
Baillie, Evan, Bristol Brooke, lord, Warwick borough Cochrane, Johnstone, hon. An-
Baillie, George, jun., Berwick Browne, Anthony, Heydon drew, Grampound
shire Browne, right hon. Denis, Mayo Cockerel, Charles, Lestwithiel
Baillie Peter, jun. Browne, Is. Hawk., Bridgenorth Cocks, hon. Edw. C.; Ryegate
Baker, John, Canterbury Brownlow, Wm., Armaghshire Codrington, Chris. Tewkesbury
Bampfylde, sir Charles W. bart.; Bruce, lord, Marlborough Coke, Daniel Parker, Notting-
Exeter Buller, Edward, East Looe ham town
Bankes, Henry, Corfe Castle Buller, James, Exeter Coke, Edward, Norfolk
Barham, Jos. F., Stockbridge Buller, James, West Looe Coke, Thos. William, Norfolk
Baring, Alexander, Taunton Bullock, John, Essex Colclough, J., Wexford county
Baring, T., Chipping Wycombe Bunbury, sir T.C., bart.; Suffolk Cole, hon. Galb. L., Fermanagh
Barlow, Hugh, Pembroke Burdett, sir Fran., bart.; West- Colquhoun, Archibald, Cullen
Barne, Snowdon, Dunwich minster Combe, Harvey Chris., London
Barry, John, Max., Cavanshire Burghersh, lord, Lyme Regis Cooper, Edw. S., Sligo county
Bastard, Edmund, Dartmouth Burrell, sir Charles Mer., bart.; Cornwallis, hon. William, Eye
Bastard, John Pol., Devonshire New Shoreham Cotes, John, Shropshire
Bathurst, right hon. Charles B., Burton, Francis, Oxford city Cotterell, sir John Geers, bart.;
Bristol Burton, hon. F. Nath., Clareshire Hereford county
Beach, Mich. Hicks, Cirencester Butler, hon. Charles Harwood, Cotton, Stapleton, Newark
Beaumont, Thomas Richard, Kilkenny county Cowper, hon. E. Spencer, Hert-
Northumberland Butler, hon.J., Kilkenny country ford borough
Beckford, William, Hindon Byng, George, Middlesex Creevey, Thomas, Thetford
Bennett, Richard Henry Alex- Calcraft, John, Rochester Crickett, R. Alex., Ipswich
ander, Enniskillen Calcraft., sir G. T., Wareham Cripps, Joseph, Cirencester
Bentinck, lord C., Ashburton Calvert, J., Huntingdon borough Croker, J. W., Downpatrick
Benyon, Richard, Wallingford Calvert, N., Herford borough Curtis, sir Wm., bart.; London
Beresford, lord George Thomas, Campbell, Alex., Dumfermlin Curwen, John Chris., Carlisle
Londonderryshire Campbell, Archib., Glasgow Curzon, hon. Robert, Clitherow
Beresford, John Claudius, Wa- Campbell, George, Carmar- Cust, hon. John, Clitherow
terford county then borough Cuthbert, J. R., Appleby
Berkeley, honourable George Campbell, J. jun., Rothsay Daly, right honourable Denis
Cranfield, Gloucester county Campbell, lord J., Argyll-shire Bowes, Galway county
Daly, James, Galway town Foster, right hon. John, Louth Holford, George, Lestwithiel
Daniell, Ralph Allen,West Looe Foster, hon. T. H., Drogheda Holland, sir Nath. Dance, bart.;
Dashwood, Sir Henry Watkin, Foster, J.L, Dublin University East Grinstead
bart.; Woodstock Frankland, Wm., Thirsk Honywood, William, Kent
Davenport, Davies, Chester Fremantle, T. F., Saltash Hood, sir Samuel, K.B. K. M.
county Fremantle, Wm. Hen., Saltash & K.F., Bridport
Davies, R. H., Colchester French, Arthur, Roscommon Hope, hon. A., Linlithgowshire
Dawkins, James, Chippenham Fuller, John, Sussex Hope, hon. C., Haddingtonshire
Dawson, Richard, Monaghan Fydell, Thomas, Boston Hope, W. J., Dumfries-shire
Deede, William, Hythe Fynes, Henry; Aldborough, Horrocks, Samuel, Preston
Dennison, John, Minehead Yorkshire Howard, Henry, Gloucester city
Dent, John, Lancaster borough Gamon, sir R., bart.; Winchester Howard, hon. Wm., Morpeth
Dick, Quinton, Carricfergus Garland, George, Poole Howick, viscount, Appleby
Dickinson, Wm., Somersetshire Garrow, William, Callington Hughes, Wm. L., Wallingford
Dillon, hon. Henry Aug., Mayo Gascoyne, Isaac, Liverpool Hume, sir Abr., bart.; Hastings
Disbrowe, Edward, Windsor Gell, Philip, Malmesbury Hume, Wm. Hare, Wicklow
Drake, T. D. Tyrwhitt, Agmon- Gibbs, sir Vicary, knt.; Camb. Hunt, Joseph, Queenborough
desham University Huntingfield, lord, Dunwich
Dugdale, Dug. Stratford, Warwick Giddy, Davies, Bodmyn Hurst, Robert., Steyning
county Gipps, George, Ripon Huskisson, William, Harwich
Duigenan, P., Armagh borough Glassford, Henry, Dumbarton Hussey, William, New Sarum
Dundas, Charles, Berks. shire Hutchinson, hon. C.H., Cork city
Dundas, honourable Charles Lau., Goddard, Thomas, Cricklade Jackson, John, Dover
Richmond Godfrey,Thomas, Hythe Jackson, Josias, Southampton
Dundas, hon. Laurence, Malton Gooch, Thos. Sherlock, Suffolk Jeffery, John, Poole
Dundas, hon. R., Edinburgh-shire Gordon, Williams, Worcester Jekyll, Joseph, Calne
Dundas, right hon. Wiliam, Gore, hon. W. J., Leitrimshire Jenkinson, Charles, Dover
Sutherland-shire Gower, lord Gran. Leveson, Jenkinson, hon. C. C., Sandwich
Dupre, James, Chichester Stafford county Jephson, Denham, Mallow
Eden, hon. W. F. E., Woodstock Graham, James, Cockermouth Jervoise, J.C., Yarmouth, Hants
Egerton, John, Chester Grant, Charles, Inverness-shire Ingilby, William, Retford
Eliot, hon. William, Liskeard Grant, Francis Wm., Elginshire Jocelyn, lord viscount, Louth
Ellice, Wm., Great Grimsby Grant, right honourable sir Jodrell, Henry, Bramber
Elliott, right honourable William, William, knt.; Bamff-shire Johnes, Thos, Cardigan county
Peterborough Grattan, rt hon. H., Dublin city Johnstone, hon. A., Grampound
Ellis, C. R., East Grinstead Greenhill, Robert, Thirsk Johnstone, George, Heydon
Ellison, Richard, Lincoln city Greenough, G. B., Gatton Jolliffe, Hylton, Petersfield
Elphinstone-Fleming, hon. C., Grenfell, Pascoe, Great Marlow Jones, Gilbert, Aldborough,
Stirlingshire Grenville, right hon. Thomas, Yorkshire
Estcourt, T. Grimston, Devizes Buckingham borough Jones, Thomas, Shrewsbury
Everett, Thomas, Ludgershall Grey, hon. Booth, Petersfield Jones, Walter, Coleraine
Euston, earl of, Cambridge Grimston, hon. J.W., St. Albans Irving, John, Bramber
University Grosvenor, Thomas, Chester city Keck, G. A. L., Leicester county
Eyre, Anthony Hardolph, Not- Guernsey, Lord, Weobly Keene, W., Montgomery borough
tingham county Hall, Benjamin, Totness Kemp, Thomas, Lewes
Fane, Henry, Lyme Regis Halsey, Joseph, St. Albans Kenrick, William, Blechingly
Fane, John, Oxford county Hamilton, viscount, Dungannon Kensington, lord, Haverfordwest
Farmer, Wm. M., Huntingdon Hamilton, lord A., Lanerkshire King, sir John Dashwood, bart.;
Fellowes, hon. Newton, Andover Hamilton, sir C. bart.; Honiton Chipping-Wycombe
Fellowes, William Henry, Hun- Hamilton, Hans, Dublin county Kingston, John, Lymington
tingdon borough Hammet, John, Taunton Knatchbull, sir Edward, bart.;
Ferguson, James, Aberdeenshire Harborad, honourable Edward; Kent
Ferguson, R. C., Kirkaldy Yarmouth, Norfolk Knox, honourable George, Dub-
Fetherstone, sir T. bart.; Longford Harboard, hon. W. A., Plympton lin University
Finch, hon. Edward, Cambridge Harvey, Eliab, Essex Knox, hon. Thomas, Tyrone
town Hawkins, Hen., Boroughbridge Kynaston Powell, J., Shropshire
Fitzgerald, right hon.Jas., Ennis Headley, lord, Malton Laing, Malcolm, Orkney shire
Fitzgerald, right hon. M., Kerry Heathcote, Thos., Blechingley Lambton, R. J., Durham city
Fitzgerald, lord H., Kildareshire Henderson, Anthony, Brackley Lascelles, hon. E., Northallerton
Fitzharris, viscount, Heytesbury Henniker, lord, Rutland Latouche, D.,Catherlogh county
Fitzhugh, William, Tiverton Herbert, hon. Charles, Wilton Latouche, J. jun., Leitrimshire
Fitzpatrick, right honourable Herbert, Henry Arthur, Kerry Latouche, Robert, Kildare
Richard, Bedfordshire Herbert, hon. Wm., Hants Laurence, F., Peterborough
Fitzroy, lord Charles, Bury St. Heron, Peter; Newton, Lanc. Leach, John, Seaford
Edmunds Hibbert, George, Seaford Lefevre, Charles Shaw, Reading
Fitzroy, lord William, Thetford Hill, sir George Fitzgerald, bart.; Leigh, Charles, New Ross
Foley, hon. Andrew, Droitwich Londonderry city Leigh, Jas. Hen., Great Bedwin
Foley, Thomas, Herefordshire Hill, hon. Wm., Shrewsbury Leigh, Robert Holt, Wigan
Folkes, sir Martin Browne, bart.; Hinchingbrook, lord viscount, Leland, John, Stamford
King's Lynn Huntingdon county Lemon, Charles, Penryn
Folkestone, lord viscount, New Hippisley, sir J.C.bart.; Sudbury Lemon, John, Truro
Sarum Hobhouse, Benjamin, Hindon Lemon, sir. Wm. bart.; Cornwall
Forbes, lord visct., Longford Hodson, John, Wigan Leslie, Ch. Powell, Monaghan
Forester, Cecil, Wenlock Holdsworth, A. H., Dartmouth Lethbridge, T. Buckler, Somerset
Leycester, Hugh, Milborne Port Milnes, Robert Pemberton, Perceval, honourable Spencer,
Littleton, sir Edward, bart.; Pontefract Northampton borough
Stafford county Milton, lord visct.; Yorkshire Percy, earl, Northumberland
Lloyd, James Martin, Steyning Monckton, honourable Edward, Percy, hon. J., Beeralston
Lockhart, sir A. M., Berwick Stafford borough Petty, lord Henry, Camelford
Lockhart, J. I., Oxford city Monson, honourable William, Philipps, R. M., Stafford borough
Lockhart Wm. E., Selkirk-shire Lincoln city Phipps, hon. Edm., Scarborough
Loftus, William, Tamworth Montagu, Matt., St. Germans Piggott, sir Arthur, Arundel
Long, right hon. C., Haslemere Montgomery, hon. Conyngham, Pitt, Wm. Morton, Dorsetshire
Long, Richard, Wilts St. Michael Plomer, sir. T., knt., Downton
Longfield, Mountifort, Corkcity Montgomery, right hon. sir Plunkett, Wm. C., Midhurst
Longman, George, Maidstone James, bart.; Peebles-shire