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Online ISSN: 1750-0206
Texts & Studies Series
The Parliamentary History: Texts & Studies series draws upon the interests and research of recent and established scholars to explore the parliamentary histories of England, Scotland and Ireland, broadly defined, and the changing nature of British political culture. The Parliamentary History Record Series will be replaced by the new series, which will publish significant monographs on political/parliamentary subjects, as well as carefully edited and fully noted volumes of primary-source documents.
The new series seeks to make parliamentary history more accessible to a wider, international audience. We are pleased to announce that, as part of our agreement with Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, subscribers to Parliamentary History will receive a volume of Parliamentary History: Texts and Studies each year as part of their subscription. The volumes will also be available to subscribers electronically.
- Stephen Taylor
The following publications are available online as part of your subscription, or can be purchased individually in print
Texts & Studies 5: Ideas of the Liberal Party: Perceptions, Agendas and Liberal Politics in the House of Commons, 1832-52
Texts & Studies 4: Knowledge and Power: The Parliamentary Representation of Universities in Britain and the Empire
| Texts & Studies 3: The House of Lords in the Age of George III (1760-1811)|
by Michael W. McCahill
October 2009 Volume 28, Issue Supplement s1
| Texts & Studies 2: Parliamentarians at Law: Select Legal Proceedings of the Long Fifteenth Century Relating to Parliament|
by Hannes Kleineke
October 2008 Volume 27, Issue Supplement s2
| Texts & Studies 1: Peerage Creations: Chronological Lists of Creations in the Peerages of England and Great Britain 1649–1800 and of Ireland 1603–1898|
by J. C. Sainty
June 2008 Volume 27, Issue Supplement s1
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