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Report from the Committee on Parish Apprentices
Mr. Tierney's Motion for a Committee on the Civil List Account 616
Motion for extending the Property Tax to Ireland
Mr. Whitbread's Motion respecting War with France .... 960
FINANCE ACCOUNTS OP Great BRITAIN AND IRELAND, for the Year ending
of the Commons respecting the recent Events in France 434
of the Commons on the Treaty of Peace with America 501
April 6. Prince Regent's Message relating to the Events in France
Mar. 16. Convention between his Britannic Majesty and his Catholic
Majesty, Ferdinand the Seventh. Signed at London, Fe.
April 19. Note from the Plenipotentiaries of the King of Naples, to Lord
Papers relating to the Transfer of Genoa.......
Treaty of Peace between his Britannic Majesty and the King of
Denmark; signed at Keil, the 14th January, 1814 ........ 218
April 24. Treaties (Substance of) between his Britannic Majesty and the
Emperors of Austria and Russia, and the King of Prussia;
Mar. 13. Protest on the Rejection of Earl Grey's Motion for an Inquiry
into the State of the Corn Laws
Mar. 23. REPORT from the Committee of Privilege respecting Lord
14. of the Minority in the House of Commons, on Mr. Tier-
20. of the Minority in the House of Commons, on leave for
bringing in the Property Tax Bill .................. 714
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