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IN order to render the List of the New Parliament, which we give in conformity with the established practice of this work, as interesting and useful as possible, it is proposed to furnish in the following Table of the House of Commons, elected to the First Parliament of George the IVth, a political chart of the British Senate, and a register of the votes of each member of the House of Commons, upon all questions of primary importance, agitated during the most eventful period of our domestic history.

We have to regret that the unofficial form in which lists of majorities and minorities are given to the public, detracts from the implicit confidence which this record might otherwise claim; but it has been endeavoured, to supply the absence of an official sanction by the utmost industry of inquiry, and the following Table is presented as making the nearest approach to complete accuracy, which the circumstances of the case would permit.

The small number of lists promulgated during the Session of 1820, and the general similitude of the questions to which they relate, have rendered it necessary to transgress a little the proper period of this Volume: but its indispensable use, in order to complete the purpose of the Table, will excuse this irregularity. It may be however, necessary to explain-that none of the members elected subsequently to 1820 are included in the general list; the result, therefore, of an enumeration of the votes upon the later questions, as stated in this Table, will frequently appear to differ from the actual division, as stated in the newspapers.

The Aye or No must be understood as referring to the approval or disapproval of the principle of the particular measure considered, without any regard to the technical modifiction under which the vote was given. This course has been adopted to obviate the necessity of tedious and perplexing explanations. Where the member did not actually vote, but retired neutralizing an opposite vote, by what is called in the Parliamentary phrase pairing off; the significant A or N is printed in the Italic character A or N.

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE QUESTIONS REFERRED TO. (Column 1) May 8, Motion of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, for taking into consideration, the Report of the Committee upon the Civil List, A 256, N 157.— Minority only.

(2) May 16, Motion of Col. T. H. Davies, that a Select Committee be appointed to examine into the whole Military Expenditure of the country, A 45, N 125.— Minority only.

(3) June 1, Motion by Lord Castlereagh, for leave to bring in an Alien Bill, A 149, N 63.-Minority only.

(4) June 14, Motion by Lord Palmerston, for the third reading of the Mutiny Bill, A 101, N 46.-Minority only.

(5) June 26, Motion by Lord Castlereagh, for referring to a Secret Committee, the papers presented against the Queen, A 195, N 100.—Minority only.

(6) July 4, Motion by Mr. Hume, proposing 9 economical resolutions relative to the collection of the revenue, A 99, N 124.-Minority only.

(7) February 6, 1821, Motion by the Marquis of Tavistock, for a resolution declaring "That it appears to this House, that his Majesty's Ministers, in advising the measures which have led to the late proceedings against her Majesty the Queen, were not justified by any political expediency or necessity, and that their conduct throughout the whole of these proceedings has been productive of consequences derogatory from the honour of the Crown and injurious to the best interests of the nation." A 178, N 324.

(8) Feb. 21, Motion by Sir J. Mackintosh, for certain papers connected with the present circumstances of the kingdom of Naples. The purpose of the motion was to countenance and encourage the struggle of the Italian States in the cause of freedom, A 125, N 194.-Minority only.

(9) Feb. 28, Motion by Mr. Plunket for the appointment of a Committee, to consider of the laws affecting Roman Catholics, A 227, N 221.

(10) April 3, Motion by Mr. Western, for the second reading of a bill, for the repeal of the additional Malt Tax, A 144, N 242.

(11) April 11, Motion by Mr. Hume, for a reduction in the Civil Establishment of the Army, A 54, N 83.

(12) May 15, Motion by Sir F. Burdett, for an enquiry into the transactions at Manchester, August 16, 1819, 111, N 235.-Minority only.

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