UK Parliamentary Papers

Formerly known as House of Commons Parliamentary Papers (HCPP)

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Description

UK Parliamentary Papers includes the complete file of House of Commons Parliamentary Papers from 1715-2010, including Command Papers, Bills, Hansard, Reports of Committees, Reports of Commissioners, Accounts and other House of Commons Papers.  The 18th Century Collection includes supplementary material from the House of Lords, including pre-Hansard debates, House of Commons and House of Lords Journals, and other rare legislative material. 

Contents

  • Bills and Acts 1695-2010
  • Command Papers 1833-2010
  • House of Commons Papers 1715-2010
  • House of Lords Papers 1714-1805
  • Hansard 1803-2005
  • Journals 1688-1834
  • Debates 1744-1805
  • Histories and Proceedings 1660-1743

Key Features

Search the archive by title, subject and paper number.  Search the archive by parliamentary member, office, party and constituency.  Browse the archive by subject, including Peter Cockton’s Subject Catalogue of Parliamentary Papers (1801-1900).  Filter searches by date, parliamentary session, house, paper series and document type.  Search within results.  Save searches and results using My Research.  Download full-text documents in PDF format.  Export bibliographic data to RefWorks and EndNote (and other bibliographic software). 

Subject Coverage

  • Official Publications

 

Coverage

United Kingdom

How often updated

Not updated

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UK Parliamentary Papers LibGuide

Supplier

Proquest

Language

English

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