The Parliamentary Register; Or, History Of The Proceedings And Debates Of The House Of Commons: Containing An Account Of The Most Interesting Speeches and Motions; Accurate Copies of the Most Remarkable Bills, Letters and Papers; of the Most Material Evidence, Petitions, &c. Laid Before and Offered to the House, During the Second Session of the Fourteenth Parliament Of Great Britain, Volume 10
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