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by John Hatsell

  • Author: John Hatsell
  • ISBN: 0716520028
  • ISBN13: 978-0716520023
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  • Publisher: Irish University Press (1971)
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John Adams Library copy inscribed on inside front cover: "£. 0~". John Adams Library copy has bookplate: John Adams Library, in the Custody of the Boston Public Library. Includes bibliographical references and index. I. Relating to privilege of Parliament - II. Relating to members, speaker, &c. III. Relating to lords and supply. John Adams Library copy transferred from the supervisors of the Temple and School Fund. Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Commons: With Observations; Volume 1.

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With Observations by John Hatsell. With Observations by John Hatsell. This collection includes volumes III and IV of the work, printed for T. Payne, T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies of London in 1796. Both are bound in full leather with raised bands and gilt spine text. Number of Books: 2. Terms & Conditions. page discoloration and foxing; some redrot and peeling; edge and corner wear; scratches to covers; includes only volumes III and IV of four-volume work. W x 1. 5" H x . " D.

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John Hatsell (22 December 1733 – 15 October 1820) was an English civil servant, clerk of the House of Commons, and an authority on parliamentary procedure. He was the son of the lawyer Henry Hatsell (1701–1762), a bencher of the Middle Temple, and his wife Penelope Robinson, daughter of Sir James Robinson of Cranford Hall, Kettering; and grandson of Sir Henry Hatsell, SL, Baron of the Exchequer (1641–1714).

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