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THE

ANNUAL REGISTER,

OR A VIEW OF THE

HISTORY,

POLITICS,

AND

LITERATURE,
OF THE YEAR

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PRINTED FOR BALD WIN AND CRADOCK;

C. J. G. & F. RIVINGTON;

LONGMAN, REES, ORME, AND CO.; E. JEFFERY AND SON; J. M. RICHARD.

SON: J. BOOTU: J. BOOKER: HURST. CHANCE, AND CO.: E. LLOYD :
HAMILTON, ADAMS, AND CO.; W. JOY; G. LAWFORD; J. DOWDING; WHIT-
TAKER, TREACHER, AND ARNOT; SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL; J. LAYCOCK;
J. COLLINGWOOD; J. MARTIN ; AND S. W, SUSTENANCE.

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30 NOV 1972

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T. C. Hansard, Printer, 32, Paternoster-row, London.

HISTORY OF EUROPE.

CHAPTER 1.

State of Parties at the beginning of the year-Connection between the

Ministry and the Whigs-Prosecutions for Libel-Opening of the

Session of Parliament-Amendment on the Address moved in the

House of Lords by Earl Stanhope- The Address moved in the Commons

by Lord Darlington-Amendment moved by Sir Edward Knatchbull-

Resolutions moved as an Amendment by the Marquis of Blandford-

Motion of Earl Stanhope, in the House of Lords, for an Inquiry by a

Committee of the whole House into the state of the nation-A similar

Inquiry moved for in the House of Commons . . . . [1

CHAPTER II.

Debate on Sir James Graham's Motion for reducing the Salaries of Public

Officers-Resolutions of the same tendency moved by Government-

Motion for Reducing the Civil and Military Establishments-Reduc-

tions proposed by Government-Attempts made to reduce the Army still

further--Speech of Mr. Hume--Debate on Mr. P. Thomson's Motion

for a Committee to revise the whole System of Taxation-Motion for

reducing certain Pensions in the Navy Estimates, carried against Minis.

ters-Debate on Sir James Graham's Motion to disallow the Salary of

the Treasurer of the Navy-Motion for Abolishing the Office of Lieuten-

ant-General of the Ordnance-Debate on the Emoluments received by

Members of the Privy-Council

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CHAPTER III.

Committee appointed by both Houses on the East India Company's Charter

-Letter of the president of the Board of Control regarding the Indian

Judges-Debate on proposal to alter the Currency and restore Small

Notes—The Budget-Bill for repealing the duty on Beer, and throwing

open the Beer Trade . . . . . . . . . . [64

CHAPTER IV.

Plan of Reform introduced by the Marquis of Blandford-Proposal to

transfer to Birmingham the Franchise of East Retford, rejected, and the

Franchise extended to the adjoining Hundred-Petition against the

Duke of Newcastle for interfering in an election-Lord John Russell's

Bill for giving Members to Leeds, Manchester, and Birmingham-Mr.

O'Connell's Bill for Reform by Universal Suffrage, and Vote by Ballot

-Speech of Mr. Brougham on the Ballot-Resolutions on Reform

moved by Lord John Russell-Bill brought in to repeal the Civil Dis-

abilities affecting Jews - It is thrown out on the Second Reading (87

CHAPTER V.

Bill for limiting Capital Punishment in cases of Forgery-Discussion re-

garding thc Conduct of the Attorney-General in prosecuting the Morn.

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