Print. First Page, From: "A Bill for effectuating the intercourse and commerce between Great Britain and Ireland, on permanent and equitable Principles, for the mutual Benefit of both Kingdoms," 1785.

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An impartial sketch of the debate in the House of Commons of Ireland, on a motion made on Friday, August 12, 1785, by the Rt. Hon. Thomas Orde, secretary to the Rt. Hon. Charles Manners, Duke of Rutland, Lord Lieutenant, for leave to bring in a Bill for effectuating the intercourse and commerce between Great Britain and Ireland, on permanent and equitable Principles, for the mutual Benefit of both Countries. Together with an impartial sketch of the principal speeches on the Subject of the Bill that were delivered in the House on Monday, August 15, 1785. With a copy of the bill presented to the House of Commons of Ireland, the Eleven Irish Propositions, of the Twenty Resolutions of the British Parliament, the Address to the King, and his Majesty's Answer.  By William Woodfall.  Dublin : printed for Luke White, No. 68, Dame-Street, [1785].



Format: Book
Language: English
Published: 1785
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