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HISTORY and PROCEEDINGS ...t,'han.- OF THE HOUSE of LORDS,
FROM THE RESTORATION in 1660,
DE BATES, ORDERs and ResOLUTIONS, Together with all the Protests during that period.
the State of the PEERAGE in every Reign. Connected with the Transactions of the COMMONS, and History of the Times.
AND Illustrated with HISTORICAL NOTES and OBSERVATIONS.
Together with the Debates in the Parliament of SCOTLAND
relating to the UNIO N.
To each VOLUME are added proper INDE XES.
VOLUME the Fifth, from 1735, to 1739.
LONDON: Printed for EBENEZER TIMBERLAND, in Ship-'ard, Temple-Bar,
and sold by the Booksellers in Town and County. 1742.
p. 14. Mortmain Bill read by their Lordships, p. 15.
• Clause offered in Favour of the Universities,' by Lord
Gower, ibid. Amendment to the Preamble proposed,
ibid. An Explanation for Qgeen Anne's Bounty, ibid.' Pro-
viso for real Purchases offered, p. 16. Objections thereto,
ibid. Words proposed to be left out, and agreed to, p. 17.
Protest thereon, ibid. Argument for the Mortmain Bill,
kers Tythe-Bill, p. 50. Counsel ordered to be heard,
p. 61. Question relating to parol Evidence, ibid. Mo-
tion for committing the Bill, ibid. Arguments for the
Bill, p. 62. Answer, p. 65. Reply, p. 76. Earl of Scar.
borough's Speech, p. 92. Lord Bathurst's Speech, p. 93.
Lord Hervey's Speech, p. 94. Seconded by the Duke of
Argyle, and answered by the Lord Hardwick, p. 96. Di-
vision on the Question, p. 97. Bill to prevent Smuggling,
p. 121. Another Amendment offered by the Earl of Strats,
ford. Agreed to in the Committee, and flung out up-
on the Report, P. 132. Bill passed, and Proteft thereon,
CO N T E N I S.
"ε ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.
UKE of Portland's Motion for an Address of
Thanks, p. 365. Lord Hobart's Speech, p. 370. Lord
Lord Bathurst's Speech, p. 416. Duke of Argyle's Speech,