Title: A supplement to the reports of the Committee of secrecy: Containing, I. A Particular account of the 574,500 l. South-Sea Stock, commonly call'd the Fictitious Stock, disposed of by the late Directors, during the Time that the Proposals of the Company, and the Bill thereto relating, were depending in Parliament, in order to facilitate the passing of the said Bill. II. A Particular account of the Exceedings of the Rules, made for regulating the several Loans on South-Sea Stock: Namely, An Alphabetical List of how much was lent above the Rate of 250 l. on 100 l. Stock in the First Loan, and how much above 5000l. to any one Person: How much lent above the Rate of 300l on 100l. Stock in the Second Loan, and how much above 3000 l. to any one Person: How much lent above the Rate of 400 l. on 100 l. Stock in the Third Loan, and how much above 4000 l. to any one Person. III. A Particular account of the Names of such Persons, to whom Loans have been made on South-Sea Stock; who, at the time when such Loans were made, do not appear by any Books to have transfer'd Stock to the South-Sea Company for Security thereof. To these respective Lists are prefix'd, The several Orders and Resolutions of the Honourable House of Commons, and several Passages out of the Reports of the Committee of Secrecy relating to the same, in order to make the Whole better understood.