The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons [and of the House of Lords] Containing an Account of the Interesting Speeches and Motions ... During the 1st Session of the 14th [-18th] Parliament of Great Britain, 第 16 巻
J. Debrett., 1802
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238 ページ - Pounds ; to be recovered by Action of Debt, Bill, Plaint, or Information, in any of His Majefty's Courts...
228 ページ - Monies or Costs or otherwise in respect of any Contract made or hereafter to be made by them or any of them, or in respect of any legal or equitable Proceedings taken against them or any of them, or for any Act, Deed, or Matter done or executed by them or any of them in their or his official Capacity and on the Public Service.
194 ページ - Great-Britain; that the consequence of these combined misfortunes hath been a large addition to the national debt; a heavy accumulation of taxes ; a rapid decline of the trade, manufactures, and land-rents of the kingdom.
229 ページ - And be it enacted by the authority aforefaid, that it fhall and may be lawful...
194 ページ - ... taxes, will be injurious to the rights and property of the people, and derogatory from the honour and dignity of parliament.
195 ページ - House to enquire into and correct the gross abuses in the expenditure of public money; to reduce all exorbitant emoluments; to rescind and abolish all sinecure places and unmerited pensions; and to appropriate the produce to the necessities of the state in such manner as to the wisdom of parliament shall seem meet.
194 ページ - ... prove fatal to the liberties of this country. Your petitioners, conceiving that the true end of every legitimate government is not the emolument of any individual, but the welfare of the community, and considering that by...
194 ページ - ... encreafing amount; whence the crown has acquired a great and unconftitutional influence, which if not checked, may foon prove fatal to the liberties of this country. Your petitioners conceiving that the true end of every legitimate government is not the emolument of any individual, but the welfare...