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Northallerton, Yorkshire.

Henry Peirse. Hon. Edward Lascelles.


Francis Dickins. Wm. Ralph Cartwright.

Malden, Essex.

Northampton, Town of

Joseph Holden Strutt. Cha. Callis Western. Hon. Edward Bouverie. Hon. S. Perceval.

Lymington, Hants.

Wm. Manning. Harry Burrard.

Maidstone, Kent.

Sir Matthew Bloxam, kt. J. II. Durand.

Malmesbury, Wilts.

Claude Scott. Samuel Scott.

Malton, Yorkshire.

Bryan Cooke. Hon. C. Laurence Dundas.

Marlborough, Wilts.

Lord Bruce. James Henry Leigh.

Great Marlow, Bucks.
Thomas Williams. Owen Williams.

Midshall Cornwall.

Robert Dallas. Robert Sharpe Ainslie.


Sir R. Williames Vaughan, bart.


George Byng. Sir Francis Burdett, bart.

St. Mawes, Cornwall.

Oakhampton, Devon.

Sir Wm. Young, bt. Rt. hon. W. Windham. Henry Holland, jun. James Strange.

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Newtown, Hants.

Sir Robert Barclay, bt. Charles Chapman.


Hon. Charles Grey. T. Richard Beaumont.
Norwich, City of

Robert Fellowes. Wm. Smith.


Lord W.C. Bentinck. Hon. C. H. Pierrepont.

Nottingham, Town of

Sir J. B. Warren, bt. Joseph Birch.

Orford Suffolk.

Lord Robert Seymour. James Trail.

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Plymouth, Devonshire.

Sir Wm. Elford, bt. Phillip Langmead.
Plympton Earl, Devon.
Philip Metcalfe. Edward Golding.

Pontefract, Yorkshire.

John Smyth. Richard Benyon.

Poole, Dorsetshire.
John Jeffery. George Garland.

Portsmouth, Hants.

Hon. Thomas Erskine. John Markham.
Preston, Lancashire.
Lord Stanley. John Horrocks.

Queenborough, Kent.

John Prinsep. George Peter Moore.
Radnor, County of
Walter Wilkins.

New Rudnor.

Richard Price.

Norfolk, County of

Reading, Berks.

Thomas Wm. Coke. Sir Jacob H. Astley, bt. Francis Annesley. Charles Shaw Lefevre.

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East Retford, Nottingham. Robert Craufurd. John Jaffray.

Richmond, Yorkshire.


Arthur Shakespeare. Hon. G. II. L. Dundas. Lord W. Russell. Sir John Frederick, bt.
Ripon, Yorkshire.

Sir James Graham, bt. John Heathcote.

Rochester, Kent.

Sir Wm. Sidney Smith. James Hulkes.
New Romney, Kent.

John Willet Willet. Manaseh Lopez.


Gerard Noel Noel. Lord Carbery.
Rye, Sussex.

Lord Hawkesbury. Thomas Davis Lamb.
Ryegate, Surry.

Hon. John S. Cocks. Hon. Joseph S. Yorke.


Sir Richard Hill, bt. John Kynaston Powell.
Saltash, Cornwall.

Matthew Russell. Robert Deverell.

Sandwich, Kent.

Sir Philip Stephens, bt. Sir Hor. Mann, bt.
Sarum (New), Wilts.
Viscount Folkestone. Wm. IIussey.

Surum (Old), Wilts.

Nicholas Vansittart. Henry Alexander:

Scarborough, Yorkshire.

IIon. E. Phipps. Lord Robert Manners.
Seaford, Sussex.

Charles Rose Ellis. Richard J. Sullivan.
Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Edward Loveden Loveden. Robert Hurst.

New Shoreham, Sussex.

Sir Cecil Bishopp, bt. Timothy Shelly.


Sir Wm. Pulteney, bt. Hon. Wm. Hill.


Wm. Gore Langton. Wm. Dickenson.

Southampton, Town of

James Amyatt. George Henry Rose.

Southwark, Borough of

Henry Thornton. George Tierney.


Sir T. C. Bunbury, bt. C. Viscount Brome


Sir Edw. Littleton, bt. Lord G. L. Gower.

Stafford, Town of

Hon. Edward Monckton. R. B. Sheridan.

Stamford, Lincolnshire. John Leland. Albemarle Bertie.

Steyning, Sussex.

James Martin Lloyd. Robert Hurst.

Stockbridge, Hants.

George Porter. Joseph Foster Barbam.

Sudbury, Suffolk.

Sir John Coxe Hippesley, bt. John Pytches.


Charles Lenox. John Fuller.

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Aberdeen, Aberbrothock, Montrose, Bre-
chin, and Inverbervie.

James Farquhar.

Cork, County of

Perth, Dundee, St. Andrew's, Forfar II. Viscount Boyle. R. Uniacke Fitzgerald. and Cupar.

David Scott, of Dunninald.

Anstruther, East and West, Pittenweem, Crail, and Kilrenny. General John Campbell.

Sir James St. Clair Erskine, bart.

Dysart, Kirkcaldy, Burntisland, and William Bagwell.

Stirling, Inverkeithing, Dunfermline,
Queensferry, and Culross.
Hon. C. Alexander Forrester Cochrane.

Glasgow, Dumbarton, Renfrew, and

Alexander Houstoun.

Linlithgow, Peebles, Lanark, and


Lieut.-Col. William Dickson.

John Spalding.

Clare, County of

Hon. F. N. Burton. Sir E. O'Brien, bart.

Jedburgh, Haddington, Dunbar, North- Charles Stewart Hawthorn.
Berwick, and Lauder.
Hon. Colonel Thomas Maitland.
Dungannon, Borough of
Hon. George Kncx.


Rothsay, Ayr, Irvine, Inverary, and

John Campbell.

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Dublin, County of

Annan, Kirkcudbright, Dumfries, Sun- Hans Hamilton. Frederick John Falkiner. quhar, and Lochmaben. Right Hon. Charles Hope.

Stranraer, Wigton, Whithorn, and
New Galloway.

Athlone, Borough of Right Hon. Wm. Haudcock.

Belfast, Borough of Edward May.

Bandonbridge, Town of Sir Broderick Chinnery, bart.

Carrickfergus, County and Town of Lord Spencer Stanley Chichester.

Cork, City of

M. Longfield. Hon. C. Hely Hutchinson.
Coleraine, Borough of
Walter Jones.

Clonmell, Borough of

Catherlough, County of
David Latouche, jun. Walter Bagenel.
Catherlough, Borough of
Charles Montague Ormsby.

Cavan, County of

Francis Sanderson. Nathaniel Sneyd.

Cashell, City of
Right hon. William Wickham.

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Ennis, Borough of
Right hon. James Fitzgerald.


Right hon. John Beresford.

Fermanagh, County of

Viscount Cole. Colonel Mervyn Archdall. ́

Galway, County of
Hon. Richard Trench.

Galway, Town of
Dennis Bowes Daly.

Richard Martin.

Kerry, County of
Right Hon. M. Fitzgerald. James Crosbie.

Kildare, County of

Lord R. S. Fitzgerald. Robert La Touche.

Kilkenny, County of

Rt. Hon. Wm. B. Ponsonby. Hon. J. Butler.
Kilkenny, City of
Hon. Charles Butler.

Kingsale, Town of
Samuel Campbell Rowley.

King's County.

Sir L. Parsons, bart. Thomas Bernard.

Lisburne, Borough of The Earl of Yarmouth..

Leitrim, County of

Viscount Clements. Peter La Touche, jun.

Limerick, County of
William Odell. Charles Silver Oliver.

Limerick, City of Charles Vereker.

Londonderry, County of

Lord G. T. Beresford. Hon. C. Stewart.

Londonderry, City of
Sir George Fitzgerald Hill, bart.

Longford, County of Sir Thos. Featherstone, bt. Hon. T. Glead. Newcomen.

Mallow, Town of Denham Jephson.

Mayo, County of
Rt. hon. D. Browne. Hon. Hen. A. Dillon.

Meath, County of

Sir M. Somerville, bart. Thomas Bligh.

Monaghan, County of
Richard Dawson. Charles Powell Leslie.

Louth, County of

Right Hon. John Foster. Wm. C. Fortescue. John Dalrymple, earl of Stair.

George Boyle, earl of Glasgow.

William Shaw Cathcart, lord Cathcart,
James Somerville, lord Somerville.
Francis Napier, lord Napier.

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Wexford, Town of
Richard Nevill.

Wicklow, County of
Wm. Hoare Hume. George Ponsonby.

Youghall, Town of
Sir John Kene, bart.

George Hay, marquis of Tweedale.
Hugh Montgomery, earl of Eglinton.
Archibald Kennedy, earl of Cassilis.
John Lyon Bowes, earl of Strathmore.
Patrick Crichton, earl of Dumfries.
Thomas Bruce, carl of Eigin and Kincardino
George Ramsay, earl of Dalhousie.
William Carnegie, earl of Northesk,
Alex. Lindsay, earl of Balcarras.
George Gordon, earl of Aboyne.
John Campbell, earl of Bredalbane.

The King's Speech on Opening the Ses-, sion.] Nov. 23. His Majesty opened the Session with the following Speech to both Houses:

"My Lords and Gentlemen;

"It is highly gratifying to me to resort to your advice and assistance, after the opportunity which has been recently afforded, of collecting the sense of my people.

"The internal prosperity of the country has realized our most sanguine hopes. We have experienced the bounty of Divine Providence in the produce of an abundant harvest.

"The state of the manufactures, commerce, and revenue of my United Kingdom, is flourishing beyond example; and the loyalty and attachment which are manifested to my person and government, afford the strongest indications of the just sense that is entertained of the numerous blessings enjoyed under the protection of our happy Constitution.

"In my intercourse with foreign powers I have been actuated by a sincere disposition for the maintenance of peace. It is nevertheless impossible for me to lose sight of that established and wise system of policy, by which the interest of other States are connected with our own; and I cannot therefore be indifferent to any material change in their relative condition and strength. My conduct will be invariably regulated by a due consideration of the actual situation of Europe, and by

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