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TO THE PRESENT TIME:
FORMING A CONTINUATION OF THE WORK ENTITLED
THE PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE EARLIEST
PERIOD TO THE YEAR 1803."
PUBLISHED UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF
T. C. HANSARD.
COMPRISING THE PERIOD
THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF MARCH
THE FOURTEENTH DAY OF MAY
PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN; CRADOCK AND JOY;
T. C. HANSARD, PRINTER, PETERBOROUGH-COURT, FLEET-STREET.
THE present Volume comprises the period between the 13th of March and the 14th of May, 1805. Every Debate will be found given with great accuracy; but particularly those relating to Lord Melville, and to the Question respecting the Roman Catholics. The Appendix contains the Eleventh Report of the Commissioners of Naval Enquiry, making, together with the Appendix of the preceding Volume, the collection of those Reports complete, as far as they have hitherto been laid before the House of Commons. The Fifth Volume, which will close the Debates of the Session, will contain the Financial Accounts, and other Documents connected with the most important of the Proceedings in Parliament during the Session.
Mutiny bill-The marquis of Buckingham, lord Walsingham, the
State of the navy-Earl Darnley, lord Melville
Conduct of judge Fox-Lord Auckland, the lord chancellor, lord
29. Universities' advowson bill-The duke of Norfolk, the bishop of