Monday, 20 October 1947
The House—after the Adjournment on 13th August, 1947, for the Summer Recess—met in St. Stephen's Hall at Half-past Two o'Clock.
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
I have to acquaint the House that during the Recess I have received a communication from the President of the French National Assembly transmitting the following Resolution: The National Assembly...
I have also to acquaint the House that I have issued during the Adjournment Warrants for new Writs for the Borough of Liverpool (Edge Hill Division), in the room of Richard Clitherow, Esquire,...
Message to attend the Lords Commissioners.
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