The Resource A full and complete account of the debates in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, November 18, Wednesday, December 17, Friday, December 19, Monday, December 22, and Wednesday, December 24, 1783. : Containing the whole of the proceedings upon Mr. Fox's motion for leave to bring in the East-India Bill; Mr. Baker's motion, declaring it a high crime and misdemeanor to report any opinion of His Majesty to influence the votes of the Members; Mr. Erskine's motion for a committee to take into consideration the state of the nation; Mr. Baker's motion of adjournment; on Earl Temple's resignation; on the state of the nation; Mr. Erskine's motion for addressing the Crown against dissolving Parliament; on His Majesty's answer to the address; Lord Beauchamp's motion for restraining the Lords of the Treasury from giving their assent to the East-India Company's accepting Bills without first stating their application to the House for that purpose; and Earl of Surrey's motion respecting the Office of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; to which is added His Majesty's answer to the address, the India Bill amendments, and the blanks filled up. Together with correct lists of the Members who divided for the East-India Bill, and also of the absentees upon the, first reading, (electronic resource)

A full and complete account of the debates in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, November 18, Wednesday, December 17, Friday, December 19, Monday, December 22, and Wednesday, December 24, 1783. : Containing the whole of the proceedings upon Mr. Fox's motion for leave to bring in the East-India Bill; Mr. Baker's motion, declaring it a high crime and misdemeanor to report any opinion of His Majesty to influence the votes of the Members; Mr. Erskine's motion for a committee to take into consideration the state of the nation; Mr. Baker's motion of adjournment; on Earl Temple's resignation; on the state of the nation; Mr. Erskine's motion for addressing the Crown against dissolving Parliament; on His Majesty's answer to the address; Lord Beauchamp's motion for restraining the Lords of the Treasury from giving their assent to the East-India Company's accepting Bills without first stating their application to the House for that purpose; and Earl of Surrey's motion respecting the Office of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; to which is added His Majesty's answer to the address, the India Bill amendments, and the blanks filled up. Together with correct lists of the Members who divided for the East-India Bill, and also of the absentees upon the, first reading, (electronic resource)

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A full and complete account of the debates in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, November 18, Wednesday, December 17, Friday, December 19, Monday, December 22, and Wednesday, December 24, 1783. : Containing the whole of the proceedings upon Mr. Fox's motion for leave to bring in the East-India Bill; Mr. Baker's motion, declaring it a high crime and misdemeanor to report any opinion of His Majesty to influence the votes of the Members; Mr. Erskine's motion for a committee to take into consideration the state of the nation; Mr. Baker's motion of adjournment; on Earl Temple's resignation; on the state of the nation; Mr. Erskine's motion for addressing the Crown against dissolving Parliament; on His Majesty's answer to the address; Lord Beauchamp's motion for restraining the Lords of the Treasury from giving their assent to the East-India Company's accepting Bills without first stating their application to the House for that purpose; and Earl of Surrey's motion respecting the Office of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; to which is added His Majesty's answer to the address, the India Bill amendments, and the blanks filled up. Together with correct lists of the Members who divided for the East-India Bill, and also of the absentees upon the, first reading
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A full and complete account of the debates in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, November 18, Wednesday, December 17, Friday, December 19, Monday, December 22, and Wednesday, December 24, 1783.
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Containing the whole of the proceedings upon Mr. Fox's motion for leave to bring in the East-India Bill; Mr. Baker's motion, declaring it a high crime and misdemeanor to report any opinion of His Majesty to influence the votes of the Members; Mr. Erskine's motion for a committee to take into consideration the state of the nation; Mr. Baker's motion of adjournment; on Earl Temple's resignation; on the state of the nation; Mr. Erskine's motion for addressing the Crown against dissolving Parliament; on His Majesty's answer to the address; Lord Beauchamp's motion for restraining the Lords of the Treasury from giving their assent to the East-India Company's accepting Bills without first stating their application to the House for that purpose; and Earl of Surrey's motion respecting the Office of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; to which is added His Majesty's answer to the address, the India Bill amendments, and the blanks filled up. Together with correct lists of the Members who divided for the East-India Bill, and also of the absentees upon the, first reading
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A full and complete account of the debates in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, November 18, Wednesday, December 17, Friday, December 19, Monday, December 22, and Wednesday, December 24, 1783. : Containing the whole of the proceedings upon Mr. Fox's motion for leave to bring in the East-India Bill; Mr. Baker's motion, declaring it a high crime and misdemeanor to report any opinion of His Majesty to influence the votes of the Members; Mr. Erskine's motion for a committee to take into consideration the state of the nation; Mr. Baker's motion of adjournment; on Earl Temple's resignation; on the state of the nation; Mr. Erskine's motion for addressing the Crown against dissolving Parliament; on His Majesty's answer to the address; Lord Beauchamp's motion for restraining the Lords of the Treasury from giving their assent to the East-India Company's accepting Bills without first stating their application to the House for that purpose; and Earl of Surrey's motion respecting the Office of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; to which is added His Majesty's answer to the address, the India Bill amendments, and the blanks filled up. Together with correct lists of the Members who divided for the East-India Bill, and also of the absentees upon the, first reading, (electronic resource)
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  • Contains reports of debating of Fox's East India Bill, together with the text of the Bill, with amendments
  • Asterisked pagination of the 'lists' of the first division falls between the titlepage and start of the text proper of the debates
  • With a half-title
  • Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
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ESTCT2670
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80.
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[4],109*-122*,212pages
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electronic
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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  • (Uk-ES)006225614
  • (Uk-ES)006225614
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A full and complete account of the debates in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, November 18, Wednesday, December 17, Friday, December 19, Monday, December 22, and Wednesday, December 24, 1783. : Containing the whole of the proceedings upon Mr. Fox's motion for leave to bring in the East-India Bill; Mr. Baker's motion, declaring it a high crime and misdemeanor to report any opinion of His Majesty to influence the votes of the Members; Mr. Erskine's motion for a committee to take into consideration the state of the nation; Mr. Baker's motion of adjournment; on Earl Temple's resignation; on the state of the nation; Mr. Erskine's motion for addressing the Crown against dissolving Parliament; on His Majesty's answer to the address; Lord Beauchamp's motion for restraining the Lords of the Treasury from giving their assent to the East-India Company's accepting Bills without first stating their application to the House for that purpose; and Earl of Surrey's motion respecting the Office of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; to which is added His Majesty's answer to the address, the India Bill amendments, and the blanks filled up. Together with correct lists of the Members who divided for the East-India Bill, and also of the absentees upon the, first reading, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Contains reports of debating of Fox's East India Bill, together with the text of the Bill, with amendments
  • Asterisked pagination of the 'lists' of the first division falls between the titlepage and start of the text proper of the debates
  • With a half-title
  • Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
Control code
ESTCT2670
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4],109*-122*,212pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006225614
  • (Uk-ES)006225614

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