2 edition of H.M.S. Parliament found in the catalog.
William Henry Fuller
Fisher copy available in an online version via the UTL Canadian Pamphlets and Broadsides digital collection.
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Admiral Charles William de la Poer Beresford, 1st and last Baron Beresford was born on 10 February at Philipstown, County Offaly, Ireland G. 1 He was the son of John de la Poer Beresford, 4th Marquess of Waterford and Christiana Leslie. 1 He married Mina Gardner, daughter of Richard Gardner and Lucy Mandesloh, on 25 June at London, England G. 2 He died on 6. CARADOC, Sir JOHN FRANCIS, Lord Howden (–), general, who exchanged the name Cradock for Caradoc in , was the only son of John Cradock [q. v.], archbishop of Dublin, and was born at Dublin, when his father was bishop of Kilmore, on 12 Aug.
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The H.M.S. Parliament book volumes which form the first instalment of The History of Parliament constitute one of the most magnificent works of reference ever provided for the student of history. They are remarkable not only as a compendium which codifies the existing state of scholarship but also for the way in which they have traversed and charted territory.
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Captain Jack Aubrey commands H.M.S. Lively, on squadron duty off the coast of Toulon, running a frigate-picket blockade of the French fleet.H.M.S.
Lively's normally-appointed captain is a member of parliament and thus away in England on political duties; Aubrey has thus been appointed temporary e of his many successes in a short period of time, Aubrey is held.
Overview: The Debates have been the official records of things said in Parliament. They are substantially verbatim and in the first person. Debates are often referred to as Hansard after the name of the printing firm which compiled and published them for the greater part of the 19th century.
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