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Biographical Memoir.

1736. April 29. Motion for an address on the Marriage of the Prince of Wales.

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1743. Dec. 1. Debate on the Address of Thanks.

1755. Dec. 5. The Augmentation of the Army. Apprehension of a French


1762. Nov. 29. The Preliminary Treaty of Peace with France and Spain.

1763. Nov. 24. Proceedings respecting Mr. Wilkes.

1766 Jan. 14. The American Stamp Act.
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March 14. Debate in the Lords on the State of the Civil List.

Nov, 22. The Duke of Richmond's Motion respecting the Seizure of

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1774. May 27. Debate in the Lords on the Bill for Quartering Troops in

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1775. Jan. 20. Lord Chatham's Motion to withdraw the Troops from Boston.

1. Lord Chatham's Bill for Settling the ubles in America.
1777. May 30.

Lord Chatham's Motion for an Address to the Crown to put a

Stop to Hostilities in America.

Nov. 18. Debate in the Lords on the Address of Thanks.

Dec. 2. The Duke of Richmond & Motion for an Inquiry into the State

of the Nation..

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1786. Feb. 27.

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1787. Feb. 7.

9. April 2.



1788, June 6,

June 13. 1794. Jan. 21.

1795. Jan. 5.

1798. Jan, 4.

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against the Dean of St. Asaph, for publishing a seditious

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