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Parliament of Great Britain, House of Commons, Parliament of Great Britain, House of Lords. An exact list of the Lords spiritual and temporal; shewing by distinct symbols, I. The knights of the garter. II. Of the thistle. III. Of the Bath. IV. Privy-Counsellours. V. The Scotch Peers. VI. The Peers under Age. Vii. Others who are not qualify'd to sit in the House. Viii. The Lords and Ladies who walk'd in the Procession to their Majesties Coronation, and the Order each Rank walked in, by Figures. Also, a true compleat double list of the knights and commissioners of shires, citizens and burgesses, returned to serve in the Parliament summoned to meet Nov. 28. 1727. and from thence prorogued to Jan. 23. 1727-8. being the first Parliament of K. George II. and the Seventh of Great Britain (since the Union) digested in such a Method, that if either the Person or Place be known, the rest may be immediately found. viz. I. The Counties, Cities and Boroughs in Alphabetical Order, with the Names of their Representatives against the same respectively. II. The Names of the Members, with their respective City, County, or Borough, against the same, distinguishing the new Members, and specifying how many Parliaments the old have served in. Contrived either to Stitch or Frame. To which is added, the names of such gentlemen of the last Parliament who are left out of the present. The second edition, with alterations.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25670, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25670. Accessed 2024-07-25.

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  title={An exact list of the Lords spiritual and temporal; shewing by distinct symbols, I. The knights of the garter. II. Of the thistle. III. Of the Bath. IV. Privy-Counsellours. V. The Scotch Peers. VI. The Peers under Age. Vii. Others who are not qualify'd to sit in the House. Viii. The Lords and Ladies who walk'd in the Procession to their Majesties Coronation, and the Order each Rank walked in, by Figures. Also, a true compleat double list of the knights and commissioners of shires, citizens and burgesses, returned to serve in the Parliament summoned to meet Nov. 28. 1727. and from thence prorogued to Jan. 23. 1727-8. being the first Parliament of K. George II. and the Seventh of Great Britain (since the Union) digested in such a Method, that if either the Person or Place be known, the rest may be immediately found. viz. I. The Counties, Cities and Boroughs in Alphabetical Order, with the Names of their Representatives against the same respectively. II. The Names of the Members, with their respective City, County, or Borough, against the same, distinguishing the new Members, and specifying how many Parliaments the old have served in. Contrived either to Stitch or Frame. To which is added, the names of such gentlemen of the last Parliament who are left out of the present. The second edition, with alterations.},
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