Parliamentary Papers

Papers etc. (East India Company) : Second part. Session 24. Nov. 1812, 22. July 1813

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Parliamentary Papers

Consisting of a Complete Collection of Kings Speeches, Messages to Parliament, Addresses and Representations of Both Houses to the Throne [etc.] from the Restoration in 1660 to the Dissolution of the Last Parliament in May, 1796. A Complete and Correct Collection of the Lords Protests, from the Earliest on Record in 1242 to 1796. An Accurate Copy of the Standing Orders of the House of Lords, Extracted From, and Compared With, the Journals of the Said House Orders of the House of Commons... An Accurate List of the Speakers of the House of Commons, from the Earliest Account to the Present Time. The Whole Carefully Collated with the Records and Journals of Parliament...

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Parliamentary Papers;

Author: Great Britain Parliament House Of Comm

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