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Commons debates, 1621 / [edited by] Wallace Notestein ... Frances Helen Relf ... [and] Hartley Simpson .
|Author(s):||Notestein, Wallace, 1878-1969|
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|Subjects:||Great Britain--Politics and government--1603-1625|
Great Britain--History--James I, 1603-1625--Sources
|Published:||New Haven, Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1935|
|Series:||Yale historical publications. Manuscripts and edited texts XIV|
|LC Classification:||D, DA|
|Additional Authors:||Relf, Frances Helen, 1874-|
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
"This work contains fourteen parliamentary accounts, a book of orders and a volume of documents."--v. 1., p. 117
Contents: v. 1. Introduction and index.--v. 2. The anonymous journal X.--v. 3. The notes by Sir Thomas Barrington of the House of Commons in 1621.--v. 4. All the remarkable passages of the things done in the lower house of Parliament, a diary by John Pym.--v. 5. The Belasyse diary. Observations at the Parliament, by John Smyth of Nibley. Some observations and collections, made by Sir Thomas Wentworth. Parliament notes, by Sir Nathaniel Rich.--v. 6. The parliamentary notes of Sir Thomas Holland. Z diary; notes by an unknown writer. Book of committees. Notes of debate and procedure at the Parliament, by Sir Charles Howard. Selection from the historical collections of Robert Horn. The Minnesota manuscript. Excerpt from Egerton ms. 2651. Book of orders.--v. 7. Appendices: A. Bills. B. pt. 1, Schedules of grants; pt. 2, Papers relating to grants. C. Miscellany
|Physical Description:||7 v. 24 cm|