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VOL. FOURTEENTH.-PARTS I. AND II.
Printed by James Ballantyne and Co.
FOR ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE AND CO., EDINBURGH;
LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, BROWN, AND GREEN;
State of Parties.-Meeting of Parliament.-Debates on the Address.-Lord A. Hamil-
ton's Motion relative to the Queen.-Queen's Annuity Bill.-Breach of Privilege.-
The Marquis of Tavistock's Motion.—Mr Smith's Motion relative to the Liturgy.—
Annuity Bill passes in the House of Lords.-Queen accepts the Annuity,
Introduction of the Subjeet.-Motions by Mr Maberly, Mr Creevy, and Mr Hume.-
Navy Estimates.-Army Estimates; numerous Divisions.-Ordnance Estimates.
-The Budget.-Address to the Crown on the subject of Economy and Retrench-
Motions by Earl Grey and Sir James Mackintosh, relative to the Congress and the
Affairs of Naples.-Motion by Sir Robert Wilson-By the Marquis of Lansdown-
By Mr Hutchinson, on the State of Europe-By Mr Stuart Wortley, on the De-
clarations of the Congress-By Lord W. Bentinck, on the Affairs of Sicily,
The Catholic Question-Mr Plunkett's Bill-Carried in the Commons-Debates in
the Lords-Negatived.—Disfranchisement of Grampound.-Transference of its
Votes.-Motion for Parliamentary Refum by Mr Lambton.-By Lord John Rus-
sel.-Sir J. Mackintosh's Bill for Mitigation of Punishment in Cases of Forgery,