The parliamentary register; or, History of the proceedings and debates of the [House of Lords and House of Commons]: containing an account of the most interesting speeches and motions; accurate copies of all the protests, and of the most remarkable letters and papers; together with the most material evidence, petitions, &c. laid before and offered to [either] House ...
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