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MIRROR OF PARLIAMENT
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The Mirror of Parliament. It is presumed that, with reference to ... the new measures of reform, ... the anxiety of the British public has been universally aroused to the necessity of securing a permanent record, ... of all the discussions of their reformed legislature, particularly during their first session, ...
[London]: [1832].
4 p. ; 27.2 cm. (4º)

Drop-head title followed by opening of text as above. With a list of subscribers on pp. [1]-4. Datable on internal evidence to shortly before the first session of the new parliament elected in the wake of the Reform Act of 1832. The Mirror of Parliament was a weekly record of debates in both Houses of Parliament (January 1828–October 1841), founded and edited by John Henry Barrow.

Binding Loose bifolium.

Reference Number 2802


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