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On offering to the House the RESOLUTIONS which be pro-
posed as the BASIS OF AN UNION between

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,

To which are added the SPEECHES of the Right Honourable
JOHN FOSTER, on the 12th and 15th of August,
1785, on the Bill for effectuating the INTER-
COURSE and COMMERCE between Great
Britain and Ireland, on permanent and
equitable Principles, for the mutual

Benefit of both Kingdoms.

DUBLIN:

PRINT ED BY JOHN EXSHAW, 98, GRAFTON-STREET.

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The Speaker having read His Majesty's

Messace, viz.

GEORGE REX. “ His Majesty is persuaded that the unremitting industry

with which our enemies persevere in their avowed defign of effecting the Separation of Ireland from this

Kingdom, cannot fail to engage the particular attention * of Parliament; and His Majesty recommends it to thiş “ House tó conlider of the most effectual means of counter

acting and finally defeating this design'; and he trusts " that a review of all the circumstances which have “ recently occurred (joined to the sentiment of mutual " affection and common intereft,) will dispose che Pagliament of both Kingdoms to provide in the manner B

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