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  • * Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical *

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    An Elderly M.P., 'The Old House and the New', Punch 22 (1852) p.71

    Poetry, Drollery Invention, Technology, Public Health, Sound, Architecture Considers David B Reid's ventilation system for the Houses of Parliament to have made 'the temperature pleasant - in the heat, too, of the debate', so that 'the only draughts one suffered

    Anon, 'A Dreadful Stress of Wind', Punch 22 (1852) p.82

    News-Commentary, Drollery Government, Technology, Invention, Public Health, Politics, Charlatanry Laments the £ 200,000 spent by David B Reid and Charles Barry in ventilating the Houses of Parliament . 555 28 February 1852 556 6 March 1852 557 13 March 1852

    Anon, 'A Wind that Blows Nobody Good', Punch 22 (1852) p.135

    Nobody Good Anon U News-Commentary, Drollery Government, Invention, Technology, Public Health, Architecture, Controversy, Charlatanry, Engineers Comments on the 'breeze existing between the Architect and the Ventilator of the Houses of Parliament ' - Charles Barry and David B Reid respectively.

    Anon, 'A Petition (As it Ought to Be)', Punch 22 (1852) p.151

    Punch 22 (1852) 151 A Petition (As it Ought to Be) Anon U Announcement, Spoof Public Health, Sanitation, Pollution, Disease, Commerce A 'Humble Petition of the Metropolitan Water Companies' to Parliament that makes cynical digs at the profits made

    Anon, 'Birds of a Feather', Punch 7 (1844) p.84

    Punch 7 (1844) 84 Birds of a Feather Anon U News-Commentary, Drollery Medical Treatment, Mesmerism, Quackery, Politics, Government Responds to the Home Secretary James R G Graham's discussion in Parliament of medical quackery. Rephrases an extract from Graham's speech

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Every conveyances passing close by, from morning untii mid- night, to and from all parts of the City, Houses of Parliament, or any places of amusements, as Concerts, Theatres, &c. Terms moderate. D. EVANS, Proprietor (late from Wales). Oddiar agos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Every conveyances passing close by, from morning urtif mia- night, to and from all parts of the City, Houses of Parliament, or any places of amusements, as Concerte, Theatres, &c. Terms moderate. D. EVANS, Proprietor (late from Wales). Oddiar agos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Every conveyances passing close by, from morning until mid- night, to and from all parts of the City, Houses of Parliament, or any places of amusements, as Concerts, Theatres, &c. Terms moderate. D. EVAlS, Proprietor (late from Wales). ( Oddiar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Every conveyances passing close by, from morning uitil mid- night, to and from all parts of the City, Houses of Parliament, or any places of amusements, as Concerts, Theatres, &c. Terms moderate. D. EVANS, Proprietor (late from Wales). Oddiar egos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 conveyances passing close by, from morning until mid- night, to and from all parts of tbe City, Houses of Parliament, or any places of amusements, as Concerts, Theatres, &c. Terms moderate. D. EvANS, Proprietor (late from Wales). I Oddiar Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/002/174/001

    from the sigh information that has been given on this head in the evidence laid before the two Houses of Parliament in or about the month of March 1797 on the inquiry into the affairs of the Bank. The ratio

    JB/035/017/002

    on the people. English Judges are not independent to a bad purpose: They are dependent on the two Houses of Parliament , being removeable by a joint address. They are dependent in a certain degree on public opinion, in virtue

 

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