Sir William Pulteney

October 19, 1729 - May 30, 1805
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SLAVE TRADE. Commons February 28, 1805

SALT DUTY BILL. Commons March 4, 1805

2 speeches — MUTINY BILL. Commons March 12, 1805

IRISH LOAN AND EXCHANGE. Commons March 21, 1805

MILITIA ENLISTMENT BILL. Commons March 21, 1805

Lord Archibald Hamilton rose, amidst loud cries for the question. He said he would not detain the house a moment. No member for Scotland had yet delivered their sentiments on the question, and he only meant to state that there was at least one representative of that country who would vote for the original motion. The house then divided:—

For Mr. Whitbread's Motion 216 For the Previous Question 216
The numbers being thus equal the SPEAKER gave his casting vote in favour of Mr. Whitbread's Motion, thereby making a Majority of Commons April 8, 1805

State of the Army Commons June 28, 1805

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