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Erskine, Mr. his speech in support of the motion of Mr. Grey for a reform of
Parliament, 1459.

F.
Forestalling and regrating live cattle, bill for the prevention of, proceedings

on, 1394, 1630, 1649, 1658. Loft for the present S ion, 1662.
Fox, Mr. his observations on the statements and calculations introduced by

Mr. Pitt in bis budget, 1224. In opposition to Mr. Pili's motion for ad-
vancing money to the Emperor, 1242. In reply to Mr. Pitt, 1247. In
support of Mr. Whitbread's motion for a vote of censure on the conduct of
the minister, 1307. In reply to Mr. Dundas, 1316. Il support of the
motion of Mr. Wilberforce for the abolision of the llave trade, 1349. Of the
resolutions moved for by Mr. Grey respecting the causes which produced
the order of council for a restriction on the bank, 13-5. His remarks on
fome observations of Mr. Dundas respecting the motion for withdrawing
the troops from the island of Sr. Domingo, which motion le upports, 1397.
Speech in support of his motion for the repeal of the treason ind ledition
bills, 1411. In reply to the arguments adduced in opposition to the same,
1433. In support of the motion of Mr. Grey for a reform of Parlia-

ment, 1490.
Fullarton, Ć lonel, his remarks in opposition to Mr. Fox's motion for the
repeal of the creason and sedition bills, 1429.

G.
Geary, Sir W. his remarks in opposition to the motion of Mr. Whitbread for

a vote of cenfure on the condu&t of the minister, 1303. To the motion of

Mr. Grey for a reform of Parliament, 1478.
Glynn, Sir R. Carr, oppoles the motion for the repeal of the treason and fedi.

tion bills, 1429.
Grafton, Duke of, his observations in support of the Duke of Bedford's mo.

tion for the disinissal of ministers, 1536.
Grenville, Lord, his observations in reply to the arguments of the Duke of

Bedford in support of his resulutions refpecting the order of council for a
restriction on the bank, 1342. In reply to the arguments adduced in fup.
port of the Duke of Bedford's motion for the dism fal of minifters, 1547.
Previous to his motion for an address to his Majesty on his message refpcct.

ing the mutiny in the fleet, 1589.
Grey, Mr. his observations on the motion of Mr. Pitt for advancing money

to the Emperor, 1248. Speech previous to his motion for resolutions re-
specting the causes which produced the order of council for a restriction on

the bank, 1351. To his motion for a reform of Parliament, 1452.
Guildford, Earl of, his observations respecting the caulis which produced the

Order of Council for a restriction on the Bank, 1340. In support of the
motion of the Duke of Bedford for the diimillal of Ministers, 1540.

H.
Hawkesbury, Lord, his observations in opposition to the motion of Mr. Grey

for a reform of Parliament, 1479.
Heathcote, Sir Gilbert, opposes the motion for the dismiffal of Ministers, 1049
Hill, Sir Richard, supports the motion of Mr. Grey for a retom in Parlia.

ment, 1478.
Hobhouse, Mr. supports the motion of Mr. Wilberforce for the abolition of

the Nave trade, 1347. Objects to part of the address moved for by Mr.
Pitt to his Majesty on his Mellage refpecting the mutiny in the fleet, 1597.
To parts of the Bill for the punishment of traitorous attempts to excite mu-
tiny, ledition &c. 1607.

Jeffreys, Mr. supports the motion for the dismissal of Ministers, 1409.
Jolliffe, Mr. opposes the motion of Mr. Pilt for alleviating the loss custained
by the original subscribers to the loyalty loan, 1573.

Jones

jores, Mr. lopports the Bill introduced by Mr. Pitt for the punishment of
traitorcus aliempis, to excite muriny, ledition, &c. 1609.

K.
Kenvcn, Lord, oppoles the B:!l for allowing Roman Catholics and Protestant

Dilicriters to ferve as cfficers in the fupplemental militia, 1685
Kicg, his mcllage, respecting remittances for services in Ireland, and gua.

ranteeing a loan to the Emperur, laid before the Commons, 1237. Before
the Lords, 1256. To the Commons previous to the marriage of the Prin-
ceis Royal, with the Duke of Wirtemberg, 1261. To the Commons re-
fpecting the mutiny in the fleet, 1577. To the Commons respecting pecu-
Diary grants, 1678. To the Lords relpeeting the fame, ib. Speech to both

Houles on the prorogation of Pariament, 1717.
Kisnoul, Earl ot, oppoles the resolutions of the Duke of Bedford respecting
the order of council for a reitriation on the Bank 1339.

L.
Landowne, Marquis of, his remarks on the conduct of Ministers in fupport

of the motion of the Duke of Bedford for their dismital, 1544.
Lecturers, clcrical, in London, Weltminiter, &c. petition of, motion for leave

to prelent, 1344.
Litt, of the minority who voted in support of Mr. Whitbreads motion for a

vote of centure on the conduct of minuters 1319. In fupport of Mr. Grey's
muiion for a reform of Parliament, 1522.
Liverpool, Earl of, his oblervations in oppofition to the resolutions of the

Duke of Bedford relpecting the causes which produced the order of council

for a restriction on the Bark, 1336.
Loan, debates on, and proceedings respecting, 1239 to 1255, 1264, 1275 to

1280.
Loughborough, Lord, (Chancellor) bis observations in opposition to the pro-

teit of the Duke of Bedford for the dismissal of ministers, 1952.
Lufhington, Mr. Alderman, brings up a petition, for leave to present a petition

from the clerical lecturers of London, Westminster, &c. 1344. His remarks
in opposition to the motion of Mr. Alderman Combe for the dismissal of mi.
nitters, 1404.

M.
Mainwaring, Mr. his observations on the propriety of an equal county rate,

1204, &c.
Manitesto of the sailors, observations on, 1447 to 1452.
Martin, Mr. his remarks in opposition to the motion for a vote of censure on

the conduct of the minister, 1305. In support of the motion for the abolie

tion of the llave trade, 1347.
Milbank, Mr. supports the motion for a reform of Parliament, 1479.
Milner, Sir William, supports the motion for the dismissal of ministers, 1393.
Morpeth, Lord, oppotes the motion for the repcal of the treason and ledition

bills, 1430.
Mutiny in his Majesty's feet, proceedings respecting, 1257, 1286, 1577, &c.
1592.

N.
Navigation Inland, duty bill, debates on, 1672 to 1675, deserted 1679.
Newspapers, additional tax on, debated, 1635, 1636. Carried ib.
Nortolk, Duke of, supports the bill for allowing Roman Catholics and Pro-
testant Diflenters to serve as officers in the supplemental militia, 1686.

P.
Proclamation, Royal, respecting the mutiny in the fleet, 1577, &c.
Protest on the journals of the House of Lords, in consequence of the resolu.

tion of the Houle to reject the motion of the Duke of Beaford for the dismile
fion of minifters, 1553 to 1955.

Pierpoint,

Pierpoint, Mr. opposes the motion for the disinifl'al of ministers, 141. For

the repeal of the treason and fedition bills, 1430.
Pitt, Mr. his obfervations previous to the introduction of a budget, 1201.

-To his motion for advancing money to the Emperor, 1238. Li reply to
the arguments of Mr. Fox against the fame, 1245, &c. On the allegations of
Mr. Whitbread in support of his motion for a vote of cenfure on the con.
duct of the Minister, 1301. In support of the motion for the abolition of
the slave trade, 1348. In reply to the speech of Mr. Grey, previous to
his motion for resolutions respecting the causes which produced the order of
council for a restriction on the Bank, 1366. His remarks on the observa-
tions of Mr. Sheridan respecting the failors manifetto, 14 50. On the ar-
guments adduced in favour of Mr. Grey's motion for a reform of parliament,
1466. On the arguments of Sir William Pulteney, in support of his mo-
tion for a new bank, 1563. His observations previous to his moving a res
solution for repairing the losses fustained by the original subicribers to the
loyalty loan, 1566. In reply to Mr. W. Smith on the fame, 1571. His
observations previous to his motion for an address to his majetty on his mesa
fage respecting the mutiny in the fleet, 1590. Remarks on the observations
of certain gentlemen on the terms of the addrefs, 1598. Moves for a bill
for the prevention and punishment of tratorous attempts to excite ledition,
mutiny, &c. 1600. Observations on the causes of the fame, ib. &c. His
remarks on the objections of Mr. Serjeant Adair to the fame, 1606. Ob.
fervations previous to his motion for a bill for the continuance of the restric.

tion on the bank, 1637.
Pollen, Mr. supports the motion of Mr. Grey for a reform of parliament, 1490
Pulteney, Sir William, his observations in support of Mr. Pitt's motion

for advancing money to the Emperor 1255, previous to his motion for found-
ing a new Bank, 1556.

R.
Resolutions moved by the Duke of Bedford in the House of Lords respecting

the causes which produced the order of council for a restriction on the Bank,
Enumeration of, 1332, &c. negatived 1344. By Mr. Grey in the House of

Commons respecting the same, 1363-negatived 1380.
Rochester, Bishop of, opposes the bill for allowing Roman Catholics and Pro.

teltant Disenters to serve as officers in the supplementary militia, 1685.
Romney, Lord, his observations in oppolition to the Duke of Bedford's motion

for the dismisal of ministers, 1539.
Rose, Jun. Mr. his arguments for postponing the motion for a vote of censure

on the conduct of the minister, 1303.

Seamen, &c. additional allowance to, bill for, debate on 1269 to 1275, 1280

to 1285. Palled 1284.
Sedition, mutiny, &c. bill for the prevention and punishment of, motion for,

and discussion of, 1600 to 1612, passed nem. con. in the House of Commons,

1612. Passed the House of Lords 1626.
Slave Trade, abolition of, motion for, debates on, 1345 to 1350, negatived, ib.
Stamp duty bill, proceedings on, 1627, 1634, 1644.
Supply, committee of, proceedings in 1201, 1203, 1235, 1265, 1268, 1381,

1141, 1556, 1652, 1680, 1682.
Surgeons, bill for incorporating the corporation of into a college, debates on,

1707 to 1711. Set alide, ib.
St. John, Mr. his oblervations previous to his motion for withdrawing the

troops from the island of St. Domingo, 1381.
Sewell, Mr. Opposes the motion for the abolition of the Aave trade, 1347.
Sheridan, Mr. opposes the motion for a loan to the Emperor, 1252. His ob-

fervations on the sailor's manifesto, 1447, in support of the motion of Mr.
Grey for a reform of parliament, 1482. In support of the motion of Sir

William

William Pulteney for a new bank, 5562-censures the coercive measures of

administration, 1594.
Sinclair, Sir John, his motion for inclosing and allotting waste lands, 1266.
Smith, Mr. W. supports the motion for tie abolition of the Nave trade, 1347.

His remarks on some observations of Dr. Lawrence respecting the motion
for wiindrawing the troops from the island of St. Domingo, 1393. His
obfervations in support of the motion of Mr. Grey for a retorm in Parlia.
ment, 1487. In opposition to the motion of Mr. Pitt for repairing the
lofies luitained by the original subscribers to the loyalty loan, 1571. Inob.
jection to parts of the bill for the punishment of traitorous attempts, and to

excite mutiny, fedition, &c. 1609.
Solicitor General, his oblervations in reply to the arguments of Sir William
Pulteney in support of his motion for a new bank, 1561.

T.
Taxes, new, in the firit budget, specification of, 1219, &c. Summary of,

1224. In the second budget, ipecifications of, 1665. Recapitulation of,

1666. Debates on, 1667 to 1671.
Tarleton, General, opposes the motion for advancing money to the Emperor,

1254, For he abolition of the five trade, 1349.
Taylor, Mr. M. A. bis abiervations in support of the motion for the dismifial

of Ministers, 1.6.
Thornton, Mr. opposes Mr. Grey's motion for a reform in Parliament, 1477.

His remarks on some obiervations of Sir William Pultney on the conduct of

the bank, 1561.
Tierney, Mr. presents a petition from the artificers in the dock vards, 1267.

His oblervations on the motion of Mr. Pirt for repairing the lofles luftained

by the original subscribers to the loyalty loan, 1571.
Titchfield, Marquis of, opposes proceeding on the court rate bill, 1260.
Treason and fedition bills, inotion for the repeal of, debates on, 1423 to 1440.

Negatived ib.
Turner, Sir Gregory Page, opposes the motion for a reform in Parliament,
1489.

v.
Vote of censure on the conduct of Ministers relative to the disturbances at Portr-

mouth, conversation previous to the motion for, 1286. Debates on after
having been moved by Mr. Whitbread, 1301 to 1318. Negatived ib.

W.
Waste lands, motion for a bill for inclosing and allozting, carried in the

House of Cominons, 1266.
Watch and clock duty bill debates on 1689 to 1691.
Wet Dock bill, proceedings on, 1394. Palled, 1714.
Whitbread, Mi. bis observations previous to his motion for a vote of censure

on the conduct of the minister, 1297. Amendinent of the same, 1393.

In reply to fome allegations in oppolition to the fune, 1317.
Wilberforce, Mr. supports the motion for advancing money to the Emperor,

1253. Revives his motion for the abolition of the flave trade, 1346. Op.

potes the motion for withdrawing the troops from St. Domingo, 1390.
Windham, Mr. his observations previous to his motion for a sum to defray

the additional charge of augmenting the pay of the army, 1433. Re-
inarks on the same by several members, 1444, &c.

Y.
Yorke, Mr. his observations in opposition to the motion of Mr. Whitbread

for a vote of censure on the conduct of the minister, 1306. .
Young, Sir William, opposes the motion for the abolition of the flave trade,

1349. For a reform of Parliament, 1480.

Bona Maria, by the Grace of God, Queen of Portugal, and the Ala

graves, &c. &c. DE it known to all to whom this law shall come, that, taking into

D my royal conlideration, the many and very important advantages which would necessarily result to the commerce of the iubjects of these kingdoms and their dominions, by the establishinent of a free port; and well aware i hat the port of Lisbon, from its Gtuation, security, and fa. cility of navigation with the ocean, is preferable to those of other na. tions, which have adopted limilar establishments; conforming myself to the opinion of my royal board of Commerce, Agriculture, Manufactures, and Navigation, of those kingdoms and their dominions, and of others of my council, very learned and zealous for the good of my royal service, and of the public utility: It is my will, and I am plealed to create and establish at Junqueira, joining to the city of Lisbon, a free port, to take entire and duc effect from the first day of January, in the year next ensuing, of 1797, having deitined for its exercise and the de. polit, the houses and warehouses of Fort St. John, with the ground ad. joining, whereon to build the further necessary accommodations, there to receive and deposit all goods and merchandize, of whatever quality or kind they may be, as well from foreign countries (except, for the prefent, sugar and tobacco) as from national ports lituated beyond the Cape of Good Hope, for the purpose, at the option of the proprietors of faid goods, of diípoting of them for the internal consumpion of the kingdom, provided they are entitled to lawful entry, and on paying the cu ionary duties, at the respective custom houles; or to be exported to foreign por s, or national ones beyond the said Cape of Good Hope, on paying only towards the benefit of my royal revenue, for protection and depolit, the duty of one per cent, on the amount of their value, calcu. lited on the invoice to be produced by the captains of the verels, or th: ir consignees, by them nigned and certified on oaih; the liberty of Franquia Itill however to remain as heretofore, for all vessels that ihall require it, according to the rules as established by the custom house of this city; suppressing all other duties, and revoking all and whatever difpofitions that may oppose, or infringe on the liberty and freedom which are to conftitute the advanta?es of the establishment.

Further to animate and promoie in this capital a concurrence and abundance of articles of the firit necetlity; I am plezied to declare, that all qualities of grain, meat, and food, which are free from paying duties inward, shall not only enjoy the free liberty of exp ration, but Thall be also free from payment of the aforelaid contribution imposed on other goods, and continue to be received and dispatched through the lame departments as heretofore.

In cale it Mould happen that the crown of Por:ugal should enter into war, (which God forbid) with any power whole subjects inight be interested in goods in the tree port, in which condition it is to be under. stood the aforesaid grain, mea , and food, are included, no arrelt, embargo, fequeftration, or reprisals Thall on that account be made there. on, but on the contrary, they shall remain in the utmost freedom and Security, as it each individual had them placed in his own houle, to dispose of them as he may judge most suited to his interest.

The adininiftration of the aforesaid free port shall b: constituted under the superintendance of a General Comptroller, with the necessary officers under hini, that I may be plealed to appoint; and it is my will to erder, that he thall be independant of all and every jurisdiction, and on

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