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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 20, 1797, London, Middlesex o D N NG O T Vol. From December 20, to December 22, 1797 629 Dec. 21. PARLIAMENTARY HOUSE of Dec. 2 0. N the Lord Arbuthnot after hearing Mr. Grant and Mr. for the The Loro u was not for the to A cafe more clearly honourable to the Defendant he never In the year 1785 the Defendant had taken ft ye ral farms from the late Lord Arbuthnot at greatly advanced 2nd by laying out much improved the land to a high which had alfo rifen in value over ail that part of the kingdom in extraordinary and now the Appellant was without even a colourable to fet afide Not content with the of the Court of he brings it to the Houfe of and he fills hundreds of folio pages with the bare copying of which was an enormous and yet in all the body there was not a fingle to touch the validity of the or the very honourable of the whole as a and dealings in grain were of with the by the concurring of all the It became the duty of their to by their in this the feeling they had of fuch They Ought to this pertinacious which litigation to their not merely without the grounds of but without a of The whole on the part of Mr. Gillies was by the and open and he was entitled to He therefore affirming that the Appellant do pay 100I. of HOUSE of Dec. 2 Petitions for Kilburne and from in were Ferry and Rockburne were read and London Docks and read a Mr. Ryder .at the thanks of the Houfe be given to the Lord of for his excellent Sermon preached at St. Paul's being the day of the General Mr. Bur after complimenting the abilities and character of an Hon. ill of health obliged him to his attendance and duty as a Member of that a new Writ be for the tion of a Burgefs to ferve ift Parliament for the merely the of their On Borough of in the room tcr their expenditure had been of Charles wio bad accepted and other he the Office of Steward of the Chihern more fully At he thought it for the Committee to report that the Committee do report for regulating the importation and afk leave to fit again of on the Houfe being was Mr. 1). Parker Petition A was received from the dating that their had to the from certain Electors Tew that the for that the and that the late of the Committee might not be be taken into on the 26;h of February ASSESSED up the of the Committee on the Tax A lhort took Sir J. Mr. and the as to a point of form in the of proceeding with this was agreed that the Report lie on and the be deferred till when the blanks might be filled The Speaker then left the and the Houfe into a s at to take the whole of in which the Tax was to into He to the two till and proceed immediately to the was without any On the which went to oblige making an to follow up their declaration as to their income with an a took place between Mr. the Solicitor Mr. Mr. Hawkins Mr. S. and Mr. Windham at the oi which it was that the further of it be till Mr. Pitt future and when the of income came under fee dwell more at large on the which had been to his It had been for when a man traded on a borrowed whether the which he paid on the debt be included in his income This he certainly in 'the Another whether a paying certain allowances to his declare the amount of allowances as a part of He thought where allowances were put out of his power by or even they were habitually paid but in certain as where a father made an allowance to his in lieu of his he thought that this allowance make a part of the income of the He deem it his duty to frame the fo as to with on and fome other and the more as had gone abroad on this He had heard of who that by their income was The Mutiny was read a The Committee of Ways and Means was ordered to fit again On FOREIGN Dec. 6. Our Monarch gains daily more and more the love aad admiration of his An enemy of idle and as frugal as his immortal great he is likely to make additions to the of On his to the the King's cooks thought it a matter of to the number of on the royal table buc Frederick William no fooner perceived the than he ordered the to be reduced to their former number that he did not fee why he eat being than he had done when Prince Oar at the of will be equally numerous and brilliant as that of the Emperor and of the French Republic According to a new determination of his are to be feat to Count Envoy to the Diet at as principal Plenipotentiary Baron at the as fecond and the Privy as his is not of the number of the Deputies of the yet he is too in the important the left banks of the Rhine not to take an part in the at Nov. 23. In the fitting of the Convention of there was read a letter in from the King of to the Citizens of the National notifying his marriage with the of to the Commitee for Foreign to prepare ia Latin a congratulatory to the Hag u Nov. 24. In the fitting of this day the Committee of Marine gave in its as directed bv the for ordering the Fleet of De Winter to put to They the damage the had in a the there was to do away the their fleet fuffered by being blocked up in the Texel and their defire to give the an opportunity to refute the calumnious reports of their being to the under which they had laboured ever fince the of the fleet of Admiral They that they had laid no on account of the injury u mull
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