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House of Commons 1754-1790
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|Statement||(edited by) Sir Lewis Namier and John Brooke.|
|Series||The History of Parliament|
|Contributions||Namier, Lewis., Brooke, John., History of Parliament Trust.|
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The House of Commons, (3 Volumes). The House of Commons,Volume 1. Lewis Namier, John Brooke. Boydell & Brewer, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. The subject of the Namier/Brooke volumes concerns a period when.
The House of Commons The History of Parliament. Volume I. Survey, Constituencies, Appendices. Get this from a library. The House of Commons, [L B Namier; John Brooke]. The History of Parliament: the House of Commons, [3 vols] Edited by Sir Lewis Namier, J.
Brooke. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. Namier, J. Brooke., Available from Boydell and Brewer. More than the aggregate of its individual Members is the House of Commons itself, an institution with a corporate life and personality of its own.
The volumes covering were the first of the History of Parliament's sets to be published. They were compiled under the editorship of Sir Lewis Namier, who wrote a substantial number of the biographies and constituency surveys, although Namier died before he could begin serious work on the survey, and that task was completed by his former research assistant John Brooke.