Speaker of the House of Commons in Great Britain, Sir John
Cust died because the House would not let him go to ease
the Calls of Nature: They Alter that Cus- tom . 85.
Speech. Edmund Bour- kes[Bourkes] , in the House of Com- mons of Great Britain. 94.
- - - [Speech. ] Of Col. Isaac Barre, in the same place, on a Motion
made to send the Alderman Oliver to the Tower, in which Speech he draws a
Shocking Character of the House of Commons, char- ging them with doing worse acts, than Cha. 1, Etc. 469.
- - - [Speech. ] Of Lord Chat- hams in the House of Lords, on a Motion made to have the
Papers laid before them, respec- ting the Taking Falkland Is- land , in which Speech he shows the Terrible condition
the kingdom is brought into by the Wretched Minister, & says
they ought to be dragged to punishments, Etc. Etc. 383.
- - - [Speech. ] & Says Impres- sing Men is Legal 399
- - - [Speech. ] Of Lord Chat- hams in the same place, respecting Wilkes's[John Wilkes] Right to set in the House of Com- mons. Etc. and gives the Num- ber & Weight of the Petiti- on to the King for Redress of grievances, Etc. 526
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Speech of Lord Chat ham's in the Hosue of Lords on a Motion made for a dissolution
of Parlia- ment , in which bold Glorious Speech, he gives a Shocking
Character of the House of Commons, and enumerates the Grie- vances of England, & America, Etc, & declares
for Triennial Parlia- ments , Etc. 534.
Statue Erected to Mr. Pitt, alias Lord Chatham, in South
Secretary of State, his Orders & Mandates, Etc. does not
always Come from the thing 194.