The History of England from the Acession to the Decease of King George the Third Volume 4

The History of England from the Acession to the Decease of King George the Third Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1841 edition. Excerpt: ...examined by Committees.--Dr. Willis--their Report.--Mr. Pitt moves for a Committee in the House of Commons--observations of Mr. Fox--their effect--answer of Mr. Pitt--Mr. FoxMr. Pitt--Mr. Burke--Mr. Pitt in reply to Mr. Burke.--Committees appointed.--Similar motions in the House of Lords by Earl Camden--Lord Loughborough--the Lord Chancellor.--Committees appointed.--Report from the Committee of the House of Commons.--Discussions renewed.--Mr. Fox--Mr. Pitt--Mr. Sheridan--Mr. Pitt.--Discussions in the upper House introduced by Earl Fitzwilliam--Lord Chancellor.--Sentiments of the Prince of Wales, expressed by the Duke of York--Duke of Gloucester. Report of the Lords' Committee.--The House of Commons in a committee on the state of the nation.--Mr. Pitt moves resolutions.--Debate on the Prince's right.--Debate on bringing up the Report.--Amendment moved by Mr. Dempster--Mr. Burke--Lord North.--Amendment lost.--Conference.--Debate in the Lords.--Earl of Abercorn--Lord Rawdon.--Amendment moved.--Debate--Lost--Protest.--Death of Mr. Cornwall, the Speaker.--Observations.--State of the King.--Mr. Pitt's letter to the Prince of Wales.--The Prince's answer.--Mr. Grenville chosen Speaker.--New inquiry into the state of the King's health. Examination of Physicians.--Report of the Committee.--Observations of Mr. Burke--Mr. Pitt.--He moves his first resolution.--Mr. Powys.--Lord Belgrave.--Mr. Sheridan.--Mr. Grenville.--Resolutions respecting the royal household debated.--Mr. Pitt.--Lord North attempts to divide the question.--Mr. Fox.--Mr. Pitt Amendment moved.--Mr. Gray.--Mr. Dundas.--Lord North.--Mr. Fox.--Mr. Pitt.--Resolutions carried.--Observations of Mr. Rolle on Mrs. Fitzherbert.--Debates in the House of Lords.--The...show more

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  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 13mm | 454g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236993101
  • 9781236993106