Peers, Politics and Power: House of Lords, 1603-1911
Clyve Jones, David L. Jones
Bloomsbury Academic, 1986 - History - 557 pages
This book brings together a substantial and representative selection of recent writings on the House of Lords from the accession of James I to the Parliament Act of 1911. The editors provide a general historiographical survey and a bibliography of recent writings on the House of Lords during the period.
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