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The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons: Volume 9, 1734-1737

Continues the account of the Parliaments of the George II.

House of Commons, History and Proceedings. Originally published by Chandler, London, 1742.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
Errata viii
Introduction: Minutes of 1731, illustrative i-xiii
Introduction: Minutes of 1735, illustrative i-x
The second Parliament of George II: First session (1 of 4, begins 14/1/1735) 1-22
The second Parliament of George II: First session (2 of 4, begins 7/2/1735) 22-48
The second Parliament of George II: First session (3 of 4, begins 13/2/1735) 48-73
The second Parliament of George II: First session (4 of 4, begins 17/2/1735) 73-102
The second Parliament of George II: Second session (1736) - Minutes & illustrative material i-liv
The second Parliament of George II: Second session (1 of 4, begins 15/1/1736) 103-130
The second Parliament of George II: Second session (2 of 4, begins 29/1/1736) 130-159
The second Parliament of George II: Second session (3 of 4, begins 9/3/1736) 159-193
The second Parliament of George II: Second session (4 of 4, begins 12/4/1736) 193-238
The second Parliament of George II: Third session (1737) - Minutes and illustrative material i-x
The second Parliament of George II: Third session (1 of 7, begins 1/2/1737) 225-277
The second Parliament of George II: Third session (2 of 7, begins 23/2/1737) 277-341
The second Parliament of George II: Third session (3 of 7, begins 4/3/1737) 341-370
The second Parliament of George II: Third session (4 of 7, begins 14/3/1737) 370-381
The second Parliament of George II: Third session (5 of 7, begins 21/3/1737) 382-446
The second Parliament of George II: Third session (6 of 7, begins 29/3/1737) 446-506
The second Parliament of George II: Third session (7 of 7, begins 16/5/1737) 506-546
Index of principal speakers 1-4
Mr Hutcheson's speech against repealing the Triennial Act (1716) 1-32
Mr Hampden's speech in defence of the Peerage Bill (1719) 33-42
Mr Hucheson speech concerning land forces for 1718 43-69