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London, Feb. 1814.
Mr. COBBETT having disposed of his Interest in this Work, it is now continued under the General Title of THE PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES.
As the general conduct of the Work is not in any respect affected by this alteration, Communications are to be transmitted, as heretofore, to No. 5, Panton Square, or Mr. HANSARD, Peterborough Court, Fleet Street.—Complete Sets may be had of the Booksellers.
TAE PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY OF ENGLAND from the earliest Period down to the Year 1803, when the abovementioned Work commenced, is also publishing under similar circumstances.
In order to render the Work uniform in appearance, it has been determined to give new Title Pages for every Volume already published, as also the first leaf of the Volume; these may be had by applying to Mr. Hansard; in which case it is particularly requested that the Binder may be instructed to follow the “ Directions" given with the Titles.
Should any difficulty occur in altering the old lettering of those already bound, or binding others to that pattern, which lettering it is intended should be, unless otherwise ordered,
to see it properly executed.---New Labels for those in Boards may also be had.
The Work will continue to be conducted with scrupulous impartiality. Arrangements have been made for the speedy appearance of the Volumes; and it is earnestly requested that all Communications may be transmitted within seven days after the date of the Proceedings they refer to.
I. DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
June 30. Vaccination Bill .....
II. DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
May 11. Sir J, C. Hippisley's Motion for a Committee on the Laws
affecting the Roman Catholics ............
Clauses proposed to be added to the Roman Catholic Bill ......
Manchester Petition for Reform .........
Report of the Acts respecting Copy Right