Lord viscount Anson
was introduced with the accustomed formalities, sworn, and took his seat. His lordship's supporters were, viscounts Newark and Curzon.—The earl of Lauderdale, a Scots Peer, was also introduced, in full form, sworn, and took his seat, as baron Lauderdale, a peer of the united kingdom. His lordship's supporters were, lords Holland and Walsingham.—The earl of Donough more. one of the Irish representative peers, was sworn and took his seat.—The royal assent was given, by commission, to the five millions exchequer bills bill, lady Nelson's, and to sir R. Stnachan's annuity bill.