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[Title page, with no illus. of James Wilson, Considerations on the nature and extent of the legislative authority of the British Parliament, Phila., W. and T. Bradford, 1774]

Boston, May 12,1774. Gentlemen. By the British parliament for blocking up the Harbour of Boston, with a fleet of ships of war, and preventing the entrance in, or exportation of, all sorts of merchandize, on penalty of forfeiture of the goods and

British stateswoman talks housing with Ickes. Hon. Ellen Wilkinson, former Labour Member of British Parliament from Middleboro, discusses slum clearence with Secretary Harold Ickes. The British Stateswoman is an advocate of a national building program to establish comfortable living quarters for those now in slums. She was in Washington in connection with the National Housing Conference, 11935

British stateswoman talks housing with Ickes. Hon. Ellen Wilkinson, former Labour Member of British Parliament from Middleboro, discusses slum clearence with Secretary Harold Ickes. The British Stateswoman is an advocate of a national building program to establish comfortable living quarters for those now in slums. She was in Washington in connection with the National Housing Conference, 1/19/35

A tourist boat travels past Hungary's Parliament building, which was based on the design of the British Parliament

Lady Astor welcomed at Capitol. Washington, D.C., Jan. 27. Lady Astor, the former Nancy Langhorne of Virginia and now a member of the British Parliament, received a warm welcome when she looked in on the United States Senate today. In the photograph, left to right: Senator Joseph O'Mahoney, Senator Hattie Caraway, Lady Astor, Senator Harry Byrd, Senator Key Pittman, and Senator Claude A. Pepper, 1/27/38

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Unknown, November 27, 1778, Report on British Parliament Opening November 26, 1778

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Unknown, November 27, 1778, Report on British Parliament Opening November 26, 1778

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Unknown, November 27, 1778, Report on British Parliament Opening November 26, 1778

Boston, May 12, 1774. Gentlemen, by the last advices from London we learn that an Act has been passed by the British Parliament for blocking up the Harbour of Boston … By order of the committee

Boston, May 12, 1774. Gentlemen, by the last advices from London we learn that an Act has been passed by the British Parliament for blocking up the Harbour of Boston … By order of the committee

Address from the Prince Regent to the British Parliament.

Address from the Prince Regent to the British Parliament.

Virginia Colony Councilmen, Burgesses and Representatives of the Virginia Colony to British Parliament, April 14, 1768, Memorial Against Taxation by Great Britain; Repeal of Stamp Act; Shipping

Virginia Colony Councilmen, Burgesses and Representatives of the Virginia Colony to British Parliament, April 14, 1768, Memorial Against Taxation by Great Britain; Repeal of Stamp Act; Shipping

Virginia Colony Councilmen, Burgesses and Representatives of the Virginia Colony to British Parliament, April 14, 1768, Memorial Against Taxation by Great Britain; Repeal of Stamp Act; Shipping

Virginia Colony Councilmen, Burgesses and Representatives of the Virginia Colony to British Parliament, April 14, 1768, Memorial Against Taxation by Great Britain; Repeal of Stamp Act; Shipping

Virginia Colony Councilmen, Burgesses and Representatives of the Virginia Colony to British Parliament, April 14, 1768, Memorial Against Taxation by Great Britain; Repeal of Stamp Act; Shipping

Virginia Colony Councilmen, Burgesses and Representatives of the Virginia Colony to British Parliament, April 14, 1768, Memorial Against Taxation by Great Britain; Repeal of Stamp Act; Shipping

Virginia Colony Councilmen, Burgesses and Representatives of the Virginia Colony to British Parliament, April 14, 1768, Memorial Against Taxation by Great Britain; Repeal of Stamp Act; Shipping

A plan of union, by admitting representatives from the American colonies and from Ireland into the British Parliament ... 10th December, 1770.

A plan of union, by admitting representatives from the American colonies and from Ireland into the British Parliament ... 10th December, 1770.

A plan of union, by admitting representatives from the American colonies and from Ireland into the British Parliament ... 10th December, 1770.

A plan of union, by admitting representatives from the American colonies and from Ireland into the British Parliament ... 10th December, 1770.