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Portuguese slavery: debate in the House of Lords, Wednesday, July 23rd, 1913.

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London : Anti-slavery and Aborigines Protection Society, 1913.

1913

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Returns of papists, 1767 / transcribed under the direction of E. S. Worrall.

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[London] : Catholic Record Society, 1980-1989.

1980-1989

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English reports in law and equity [microform] ; containing reports of cases in the House of Lords, Privy Council, Courts of Equity and Common Law; and in the Admiralty and Ecclesiastical Courts, including also cases in bankruptcy and crown cases reserved, [1850-1857]

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Boston, C.C. Little and J. Brown, 1851-1858.

1851-1858

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The Law reports. House of Lords, and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, and peerage cases.

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London : Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales, 1876-

1876-present

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The trial of William Joyce / edited by J. W. Hall.

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London : W. Hodge, 1946.

1946

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A compendious report of the trial of Henry Viscount Melville, upon the impeachment of the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in Parliament assembled, for high crimes and misdemeanors.

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London : Printed for J. Asperne, 1806.

1806

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The legislatorial trial of Her Majesty Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Queen of England, consort of George the Fourth, for the alleged crime of adultery with Bartolomeo Bergami ... By the author of "The royal wanderer".

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London, H. Rowe, 1820.

1820

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The trial of Queen Caroline, consort of George IV., on a charge of adulterous intercourse with her menial servant, Bartolomeo Bergami, which commenced on the 17th of August, 1820, before the House of Lords, and closed on Friday, the 10th of November, in the same year.

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Whitehaven, J. Steel, 1820.

1820

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Report of the trial of William Smith O'Brien, for high treason, at the Special commission for the co. Tipperary, held at Clonmel, September and October, 1848; with the judgment of the Court of Queen's bench, Ireland, and of the House of lords, on the writs of error. By John George Hodges ...

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Dublin, A. Thom, 1849.

1849

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Lord Brougham's speech in the House of Lords, Monday, January 29, 1838 [microform] : upon the slave trade, with an abstract of the discussion which ensued.

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Lindfield : [s.n.], 1838

1980-1987

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A Compleat history of the whole proceedings of the Parliament. of Great Britain against Dr. Henry Sacheverell : with his tryal before the House of Peers, for high crimes and misdemeanors, the reasons of those lords that enter'd their protests, and the speeches of several lords before judgment was given.

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London : Printed and sold by J. Baker ..., 1710.

1710

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Trial of Simon, Lord Lovat, of the '45 / ed. by David N. Mackay.

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Edinburgh : Hodge, [1911].

1911

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A treatise on the law of adulterine bastardy, with a report of the Banbury case, and of all other cases bearing upon the subject. By Sir Harris Nicolas.

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London, W. Pickering, 1836.

1836

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English reports in law and equity : containing reports of cases in the House of Lords, Privy Council, Courts of Equity and Common Law; and in the Admiralty and Ecclesiastical Courts, including also cases in bankruptcy and crown cases reserved, [1850-1857]

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Boston : Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1851-1858.

1851-1858

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Cases decided by the House of Lords on appeals and writs of error, 2 & 3 Victoriae, session of Parliament, 1839. Reported by Charles Hope Maclean and George Robinson.

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London, Saunders & Benning, 1840.

1840

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Reports of cases, upon appeals and writs of error, in the High Court of Parliament : from the year 1701, to the year 1779 : with tables, notes and references / by Josiah Brown.

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Dublin : Printed by E. Lynch, 1784.

1784

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The Equity reports, 1853-1855 : reports of cases argued and determined in the Court of Chancery : together with reports of cases carried by appeal from that court to the House of Lords : also reports of cases carried by appeal from colonial courts of equity to the Privy Council.

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London : Printed by A. & G. Spottiswoode, 1854-55.

1854-1855

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Reports of cases argued and determined in the Court of exchequer, from Easter term 32 George III. to [Trinity term 37 George III.] ... both inclusive. [1792-1797] By Alexander Anstruther ...

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London, Printed by A. Strahan, law printer to the King, for W. Clarke and son, 1796-97.

1796-1797

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Reports of cases argued and determined in the Courts of Common Pleas and Exchequer Chamber, and in the House of Lords, from Easter term 36 Geo. III. 1796, to [Hilary term 44 Geo. III. 1804], both inclusive : with tables of the cases and principal matters / by John Bernard Bosanquet and Christopher Puller.

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London : J. Butterworth, 1826.

1826

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Cases argued and determined in the courts of Common pleas & Exchequer chamber, and in the House of lords; from Michaelmas term, 1831, to [Trinity term, 1834] ... By John Bayly Moore, esq., and John Scott ...

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London, S. Sweet; [etc. etc.] 1833-34.

1833-1834

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A digest of the reported cases determined in the House of lords & Privy council, and in the courts of common law, divorce, probate, admiralty & bankruptcy, from Michaelmas term, 1756, to Hilary term, 1870: with references to the statutes and rules of court. Founded on the Analytical digest by Harrison, and adapted to the present practice of the law. By R. A. Fisher ...

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London, H. Sweet [etc.] 1870.

1870

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Proceedings relating to the peerage of Scotland : from January 16, 1707, to April 29, 1788 / collected and arranged by William Robertson.

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Edinburgh : Bell & Bradfute, 1790.

1790

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Case for James Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, etc., claiming the honour and dignity of Duke of Montrose, derived from the royal burgh of Montrose, as created in 1488, with reference to the petition and alleged right of James Duke of Montrose to be admitted as a party in opposition to the said claim.

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[London : Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, 1851]

1851

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Case of James Duke of Montrose in opposition to the case of James Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, claiming the title, honour and dignity of Duke of Montrose.

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[Edinburgh : Printed by T. Constable, 1851]

1851

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Case for James Duke of Montrose, petitioner, upon his right to appear and be heard against the claim of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres to be Duke of Montrose.

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[Edinburgh : Printed by T. Constable, 1851]

1851

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Proceedings before the Committee for Privileges ...

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[n.p., n.d.]

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The protestation oath rolls for Middlesex, 1641-2. Transcribed by A.J.C. Guimaraens ...

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London, 1913-1920.

1913-1920

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Case of Frederick Henry Maitland : a major in the Bengal staff corps of Her Majesty's Army of the Empire of India, in support of his petition to Her Majesty to admit his succession and declare that he is of right entitled to the dignities of Earl of Lauderdale, Viscount of Lauderdale, Viscount Maitland, Lord of Thirlestane, and Lord Thirlestane and Boltoun in the peerage of Scotland.

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[London] : Gosling & Co., 1885.

1885

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Contributions to a study of brickmaking in America.

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[Claremont, Calif., Privately printed, 1962-71]

1962

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Public economy and taxation; three debates on economy in the House of lords, edited with an introduction by Francis W. Hirst.

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London, R. Cobden-Sanderson, 1927.

1927

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Report from the Select Committee on Telephones : together with the proceedings of the Committee, minutes of evidence, and appendix : [and index]

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London : Printed for Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1898.

1898

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The evidence of His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, before the select committee of the House of Lords, on the State of Ireland.

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Dublin : Richard Moore Tims, 1825.

1825

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The tryal of George Earl of Wintoun, upon the articles of impeachment of high treason : exhibited against him by the knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament ... : in Westminster-Hall, on Thursday the 15th, Friday the 16th, and Monday the 19th days of March 1715/16 ... together with several orders of the House of Peers in course of time preparatory to the said tryal.

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London : Printed for Jacob Tonson ..., 1716.

1716

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La science du bonhomme Richard, ou Moyen facile de payer les impôts. Traduit de l'anglois.

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A Philadelphie. Et se trouve a Paris, chez Ruault, Libraire rue de la Harpe, 1778.

1778-1777

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Plan offered by the Earl of Chatham, to the House of lords, entitled, A provisional act, for settling the troubles in America, and for asserting the supreme legislative authority and superintending power of Great Britain over the colonies. Which was rejected, and not suffered to lie upon the table.

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London, Printed for J. Almon, 1775.

1775

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The church sinking, saved by Christ. Set out in a sermon preached before the Right Honourable the House of lords, in the Abby-church at Westminster, on Wednesday, Febr. 26. 1644. being the day of the monthly publike fast. By Simeon Ash ...

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London, Printed by G.M. for E. Brewster, 1645.

1645

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The necessity of agreement with God: opened in a sermon preached to the right honourable the noble house of peers assembled in Parliament, vpon the 29th of November, 1645. being the monethly fast. By C. Burges ... Published in obedience to an order of Their Lordships.

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London, Printed by G. Miller for P. Stephens, 1645.

1645

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