Includes information from the Norman conquest through the 1st session of the 2d Parliament.V. 1-36; 1066/1625-1801/03 ... He had no difiiculty whatever on his part, in declaring, that so far from being a money bill, or a bill of supply, he thought it ... whole public must join in deploring the heavy loss the country had experienced in the death of the late marquis of Rockingham. ... But, till that general and grand reform could be brought about, ministers were bound to proceed with lesser systems, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Parliamentary History of England from the Earliest Period to the Year 1803|