The most important transactions of the sixth session of the first Parliament of His Majesty King George II. Anno Domini, MDCCXXXIII Containing, I. A true copy of the excise-bill, intitled, a bill for repealing several subsidies and an impost now payable on tobacco of the British plantations; and for granting an inland duty in lieu thereof. II. An exact list of the members names who voted for the said bill; with a very particular account of what places of honour and profit are possessed by them, or their relations. III. An exact list of the glorious two hundred and four who voted against the said bill; and likewise alist of their names who came over, after, the first question, to the minority. IV. The Lords protest, May 30, 1733, on the sinking fund. V. The Lords protest, June 2, 1733, upon the house rejecting the motion for enquiring into the affairs of the South Sea directors. VI. A true state of the national debt, provided or unprovided for by Parliament, as it stood, Dec. 31, 1731, and Dec. 31, 1732. Together with the produce of the sinking fund, and to what debts contracted before Dec. 25, 1732, the same has been apply'd. VII. A list of the one and twenty court and country gentlemen, who were, put up, against each other, to be chosen by ballor, to be a committee to enquire into the frauds of His Majesty's customs. VIII. An abstract of a bill, intitled, a bill to amend and render more effectual, an act made in the 9th year of the reign of Queen Anne, intitled, An act for securing the freedom of Parliaments, by the farther qualifying the members to sit in the House of Commons, which bill was rejected at the third reading, to the no small advantage of His Majesty's loving and peaceful subjects

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Corporate Author: Great Britain Parliament
Format: eBook
Published: [Dublin] London: printed, and Dublin, reprinted and sold by George Faulkner, in Essex-Street, opposite to the Bridge 1733, MDCCXXXIII. [1733]
Edition:The fourth edition, revised and approved of, by two gentlemen of the House of Commons, who eminently distinguished themselves, both by speaking and voting against the excise
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T169613. - Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library. - With the text of the Excise Bill, and voting lists
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (22,[2]p) 4°