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Mr. Wilbe force
Sir W. Eltoria
Nabob of Arcot's Creditors' Bill.
Lord hierry Petty
Sir W. Elford
Mr. l. Colborne
526, 009 Mr. Witham
527 Lord Castlereagh
Sir W. Elurid
5:28 Lord Temple
Mr. W. Smith
610 Lord De Llaquiere
Lord Il. Petty
l'olunteer Oficers' Bill.
ib. Alderman Combe
404 Mr. Addington
405 Mr. Sturges Bourne
Mr. V. Smith
406 General Twileton
ib. Sir C. Price
583, 063 Colonel Bustard
DURING THE FOURTH SESSION OF THE SECOND PARLIA-,
MENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN
MONDAY, JUNE 2.
bill were read a second time, and committed for the next dav.
Mr. Alderman Combe and several other members of the Commons brought up the Temple-bar and Skinner-street lottery bill, which was read a first time.
Mr. Rickman, from the commissioners of the Caledonian canal, presented the third report of that board, which was ordered to lie on the table and to be printed.
Mr. Irving, inspector general of exports and imports, presented several accounts relative to the commerce of the island of Tortola, which were ordered to lie on the table and to be printed.
Strangers were then excluded, and we understand their lordships then proceeded to resume the consideration of the evidence adduced on the trial of Lord Viscount Melville.
The House continued in discussion till twelve o'clock, when, the further consideration of the subject was postponed till the next day. Adjourned.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
MONDAY, JUNE 2. Sir Robert Buxton presented a report from the commitiee on the forfeited estates in Scotland. Ordered to be printed. VOL. III. 1805-6.
On the motion of Mr. Calcraft, a new writ was ordered for the election of a member for the borough of Honiton, in the room of Cavendish Bradshaw, Esq. who had accepted the office of kller of the exchequer in Ireland.
Sir Charles Price presented a petition from the merchants of London trading to the American colonies, against the American intercourse bill; and Sir William Curtis presented a similar petition from the ship-owners and ship-builders of London.
Sir William Curtis also presented a petition from the cordwainers of London against the flaying bill.
The philanthropic society incorporation bill was read a second time.
Mr. Foster bronght up a bill for regulating the Irish post road act, which was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second on Thursday next.
A person from the India House presented extracts from letters of the governor general to the court of directors, dated October 20, and November 28, 1809, pursuant to an order of the House of Friday last.
On the motion of Mr. Foster, the second reading of the linen drawback bill was postponed to Thursday.
Mr. Paull gave notice that he should, on Thursday, move for adulitional evilence in support of the charges against Lord Wellesley.
Mr. Varisittart moved for leave to bring in a bill for abolishing fees in the office of customs of the port of Lonslon, and for the better regulation of the persons emploved in that office. The bill which he proposed to introduce, was nearly similar to that which had been brought forward last sexsion, but which had been lost in the House of Lords. The alterations which would be introduced would remove every objection to the bill.
Mr. Tansiitart then observed, that his noble friend (the Chancellor of the Excheguer), in moving for certain papers relative to barracks in the Isle of Wight, hal happened to omit one, which he should now move for. This was a copy of a letter from Mr. Davis, assistant barrack master, at Newport, in the Isle of Wight, to the War-office, in 1796.
After a few words from Mr. Robson, the paper was or. dered.
Lord Temple brought up a bill for the better encourage ment of the manufacture of thread-lace in Great Britain, 3