§ Mr. Pym and Mr. G. B. Mainwaring ,
took the oaths and their seats for the counties of Bedford and Middlesex.—On the motion of Mr. Hurst, a new writ was ordered for Steyning, in Sussex, in the room of lord Ossulston, who, since his election, had accepted of the of- 168 fice of treasurer of his majesty's hous hold—On tire motion of Mr. L. Dundas, a new writ was ordered for Richmond in Yorkshire, in the room of the hon. G. H. L. Dundas, who, since his election, had accepted of the office of steward of the Chiltern Hundreds.—On the motion of Mr. Vansittart, a new writ was ordered to be issued for Cashell, in Ireland, in the room of the right hon. W. Wickham, appointed one of the lords of the treasury; and for Wareham, in Dorsetshire, in the room of J. Calcraft, esq. appointed clerk to the board of ordnance.—On the motion of Mr. Creevey, the name of lord H. Petty was added to the committee for managing the impeachment against lord .viscount Melville.