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TO THE PRESENT TIME:
FORMING A CONTINUATION OF THE WORK ENTITLED
THE PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE EARLIEST
PERIOD TO THE YEAR 1803."
PUBLISHED UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF
T. C. HANSARD.
COMPRISING THE PERIOD
THE TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1819.
THE TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
PRINTED BY T. C. HANSARD, PETERBOROUGH-COURT, FLEET-STREET :
FOR BALDWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY; J. BOOK ER; LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME,
AND BROWN; J. M. RICHARDSON; BLACK, KINGSBURY, PARBURY, AND ALLEN;
General Library System
THE present Volume of the Parliamentary Debates brings down the Proceedings of both Houses to the Dissolution which took place in February 1820, in consequence of the Death of King George the Third.
The Volume containing the Proceedings of the First Parliament of his present Majesty King George the Fourth is in the Press; and, at the suggestion of numerous Subscribers, it is intended, with the New Reign, to commence a New SERIES of this Work.
The Editor is also preparing for the Press, to be comprised in Two
England, from the earliest Period to the Year 1803 : and
the Year 1803, to the Accession of GEORGE THE FOURTH,
in 1820. The two Volumes will form a complete Parliamentary Dictionary, or ready Book of Reference to every subject of importance that has, at any time, come before Parliament. The great utility of such a Work, not only to Members of the two Houses, but to every Lawyer and Politician, must be self-evident. As many gentlemen, who have not been regular Subscribers to the two Works, may nevertheless be desirous of possessing a General Index to the Political History of their Country, such gentlemen are requested to send in their names to the publishers; as only a very limited number of Copies, beyond the usual impression, will be printed.