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VOL. SEVENTH.-PARTS I. AND II.
Printed by James Ballantyne and Co.
FOR ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE AND CO. EDINBURGH;
LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, London;
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Domestic History. Prince Regent's Speech upon opening the Session of Parliament.
Parliamentary Proceedings continued. Committee of Supply. Ways and Means,
and Foreign Treaties and Subsidies. Adjournment of Parliament,
Parliamentary Proceedings continued.
Cases of Felony and High-Treason.
ment of Simple Contract Debts.
Bill to take away Corruption of Blood in
Bill to make Freehold Estates liable for Pay-
Discrasions relating to the Speaker's Speech at the Close of the last Session. Proceed-
ngs respecting the Corn Laws. Bill for the better Preservation of the Peace in
Ireland. Reflections on the Orange Associations. Debates as to the keeping up of
the Militia Establishments in Time of Peace. Mr Serjeant Onslow's Bill for better