The House of Lords in the Age of Reform, 1784-1837: With an Epilogue on Aristocracy and the Advent of Democracy, 1837-1867

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APPENDIX I

Bibliography
The Journals of the House of Lords for the period Dec. 1783 to June 1837 are in Vols. XXXVII to LXIX.
The Journals of the House of Commons for the same period are in Vols. XXXIX to XCII.

REPORTS OF DEBATES
Cobbett Parliamentary History, Vols. XXIV to XXXVI cover the period 1783 to 1803; Cobbett Parliamentary Debates, 41 vols., cover the years Nov. 1803 to Feb. 1820; Hansard Parliamentary Debates, New Series, 25 vols., for the period April 1820 to July 1830, and Hansard Parliamentary Debates, 3rd Series, Vols. I to XXXVII for the period Oct. 1830 to 1837.
Other accounts of debates are to be found in the Annual Register and the Gentleman's Magazine (q.v. infra).
The Protests are to be found in the Journals of the Lords, and also in J. E. Thorold Rogers , Complete Protests of the Lords ( 3 vols., Oxford, 1885).

PEERAGES
The best peerage for historical purposes is G. E.C. [okayne], Complete Peerage ( 8 vols., 1887-98); new edition, in progress, complete as far as T. to be preferred wherever available. See also Arthur Collins, The Peerage of England (ed. Sir E. Brydges, 9 vols., 1814); Egerton Brydges, Biographical Peerage ( 3 vols., 1808-9); N. H. Nicolas, A Synopsis of the Peerage of England ( 2 vols., 1825); Debrett Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland ( 1841 ed.); T. Lodge, Genealogy of the Peerage and Baronage ( 1859); A Biographical Peerage of Ireland ( 1817); T. Lodge, The Peerage of Ireland ( 7 vols., 1709); The Scots Compendium, or Pocket Peerage of Scotland ( 2 vols., 1826).
MANUSCRIPT AUTHORITIES
In the Public Record Office: Pitt MSS., esp. Vols. CXCIII, CCXXVIII, CCCXX, CCCXXI, CCCXIV.
Granville MSS. (Ref. G. & D., 29/8).

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