Annual Register, January 1, 1796

Annual Register

January 01, 1796

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Issue date: Friday, January 1, 1796

Pages available: 512

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1781 - 1820

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Annual Register (Newspaper) - January 1, 1796, London, Middlesex CONTENT E ffiflory of and in Great ing Commonwealth and the Ufurpatian of xiii BRITISH AND f O RE I HISTQ L Great Short Retrofpefl of political the Commented ment of the Humiliating Propofals of the French Republic to appeafe the Refentment of the Offer on the Part of the Republic to felinquijh her Colonies to Great as the Price of State of Affairs at the Conclufan of Meetings the Correfponding So Outrages ojfered to the King in his Way to and from the Hoaje of Examination of Witneffes at the Ear of the Proclamation for apprehending the Proclamation Seditious Lord Grenvilles Motion in thefLordsfor the Prefervation of his and Debate on that Bill reada fecund Pitts Motion in the of Commons for a Bill to prevent Seditious Meetings and Warm Debate on that Foxs Motion for a Call of the Dundass Declaration that the two Bills had been in Contemplation before the Outrage the Debates in the Lords on the Commitment of Grenvilles Amendments propofcd by the Duke of Leeds and Earl of Lord Grentilles Bill faffed in the Houfe of Public Meetings in Oppojition to the two Bills Lord Grenvilles Bill read a firjl Time in the Houfe of Sheridans Motion for an Inquiry concerning Seditious Further Debates Commons in Lord DeSateson Pitts Bill in the Houfe of Commons in the Houfi Rejleclions on thefe Never jet afted upon 5 CHAg ;