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of the Minority on Mr. Hume's Motion for a Return of the Pensions on the Civil List.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - of the Minority, in the House of Commons, on the
Circulation of Scotch Small Notes in England...... - - - of the Majority and Minority,
in the House of Lords, on the State of the Laws affecting the Roman Catholics.
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He could understand people outside of the ' House asking at the commencement
of this debate what subject was being discussed within—-he could understand a
foreigner inquiring if it was science, or art, or religion? To all such interrogatories
the reply must be “ No;H and great must such ' a person's amazement be if he
were told that the Parliament of England were merely abusing the religion of their
fathers. He (Mr. Grattan) had heard in the course of this debate more affected ...

The Parliamentary Debates From The Year 1803 To The Present Time

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Great Britain. Parliament. THE present Volume of the Parliamentary Debates
brings down the Proceedings of both Houses to the Dissolution which took place
in February 1820, in consequence of the Death of King George the Third. The
Volume containing the Proceedings of the First Parliament of his present Majesty
King George the Fourth is in the Press; and, at the suggestion of numerous
Subscribers, it is intended, with the New Reign, to commence a New Series of
this Work. *.

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Sir, it is impossible to lay before Parliament authentic reports of such statements.
We have no authentic reports of official statements made by Ministers in
Parliament. It is not the custom of the country, and I should be sorry to see the
custom ever adopted, because it would inevitably lead to our writing our
speeches, which I think would much deteriorate the character of our public life
and diminish the liveliness and vigour of Parliamentary debate. The hon.
Gentleman further suggests ...