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Posted by nazli on 31 August 2022
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Digitising the House of Lords Papers


Digitising the House of Lords Papers


The newly-digitised House of Lords Papers give a fascinating insight into UK Parliament during the 19th century. The collection includes documents from a variety of subjects, including the divorce of Queen Caroline, a study on child labour in 1819, and evidence on the Great Western railway bill in 1835. Many of these papers have never been published before, making this a fascinating resource.

The House of Lords Papers contain a variety of reports and papers produced by the government and various bodies. These include annual reports, periodic reports, the Hutton Inquiry into the 7/7 London bombings, and financial papers. The journals are formal, corrected archival records and do not include speeches or debates. The journals are held in the Bodleian Law Library.

Papers submitted to the House of Lords are also sent to the lord-of-papers. These papers are considered the property of the lord-of-papers. The papers cover the period 1842 to 1988, and they contain correspondence, manuscripts, research materials, sermons, notes, photographs, and more. They also contain the works of Msgr. Mark Keohane, who produced many writings about Robert Howard Lord.

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