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Report for 1996 - continued
DONATIONS OF REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS, 1996
The Clerk of the Records acknowledges with thanks the receipt of reports and other publications from the following institutions:
Birmingham City Archives
Canadian High Commission
Central Office of Information
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
East Sussex Record Office
Gloucestershire Record Office
Hereford and Worcester Record Office
Kent County Council Arts and Libraries
Lambeth Palace Library
Leicestershire Record Office
Northern Ireland, Public Record Office of
Princeton University Art Museum
Royal Collection Trust
Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts
Royal Commission on Historical Monuments
St. Andrews University
Scottish Record Office
Southampton University Parkes Library
Suffolk Record Office
Welsh Political Archive
The Clerk of the Records also acknowledges with gratitude the receipt of the following books, off-prints and other publications:
Federation of Family History Societies:
J. Gibson & E. Hampson, Marriage, Census and other Indexes for Family Historians (6th edn., 1996)
J. Gibson & P. Peskett, Record Offices: How to find them (7th edn., 1996)
J. Gibson, The Hearth Tax other later Stuart Lists and the Association Oath Rolls (2nd edn., 1996)
John Hilton, 'A Sevenoaks Church Rate Riot', in Bygone Kent, vol. 18, no. 3
Kenneth O. Morgan, ' Steady as She Goes: Writing the Biography of Lord Callaghan' (The James Callaghan Lecture)
S. Schieren, Von Weltreich zum Weltstaat: Philip Kerrs (Lord Lothian) Weg vom Imperialisten zum Internationalisten 1905-1925 (London, 1996)
The list of accessions which follows constitutes the 26th annual supplement to the Guide to the Records of Parliament (HMSO, 1971). Items marked with an asterisk are subject to public access restrictions.
House of Lords
Black Rod's Office:
Chairman of Committees' Office:
Clerk of the Parliaments' Office:
Journal and Information Office:
Private Bill Office:
Public Bill Office:
House of Commons
Committee Office: *(but memoranda reported but not printed open to public inspection)
Papers of the following Committees:
Employment: 14 boxes 1983-96
Environment: 9 files 1995-96, 1996-97
European Legislation: 507 files 1975-96
Foreign Affairs: 4 files 1995-96, 1996-97
Health: 7 files 1995-96, 1996-97
Home Affairs: 8 files 1995-96, 1996-97
National Heritage: 3 files 1995-96, 1996-97
Northern Ireland Affairs: 1 file 1996-97
Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration: 12 boxes 1965-68, 1980-93, 1 file 1996-97
Procedure: 2 files 1996-97
Public Accounts: 29 boxes 1979-94
Public Services: 2 files 1995-96, 1996-97
Science and Technology: 1 file 1996-97
Scottish Affairs: 6 files 1995-96, 1996-97
Social Security: 2 files 1995-96, 1996-97
Trade and Industry: 4 files 1995-96, 1996-97
Treasury: 8 files 1995-96, 1996-97
Welsh Affairs: 6 files 1995-96, 1996-97
Parliamentary Works Directorate:
Private Bill Office:
Public Bill Office:
Letter from John Crewe to the Earl of Manchester, 9 September . Purchased (Hist. Coll. 67 (addnl.)).
Petition to the Earl of Manchester from John Jackson, c1660. Purchased (Hist. Coll. 67 (addnl.)).
Letter of 1670 from the Mayor of Canterbury and 16 others concerning a petition to the House of Commons against the import of foreign silk. Purchased (Hist. Coll. 414).
Copy of House of Lords protest against the Septennial Bill, 1716. Purchased (Hist. Coll. 417).
Treasury Order of 2 July 1723 relating to printing of House of Commons Committee Report on Christopher Layer. Purchased (Hist. Coll. 413).
Letter from George Treby MP, 9 February 1733/4. Purchased (Hist. Coll. 406).
Letter from the Earl of Suffolk, 22 January 1771. Purchased (Hist. Coll. 408).
Proxy deed of Lord Sommers, 13 February 1815. Purchased (Hist. Coll. 412).
Photographs of the chambers of the House of Lords and House of Commons by James Valentine c1900 (2 items). Purchased (Hist. Coll. 418).
Letter from 1st Viscount Hailsham, 4 September 1930. Presented by Mr. P. Moyse (Hist. Coll. 411).
Photographic prints relating to Lord Beaverbrook (8 items). Deposited by Anne Chisholm (Hist. Coll. 410).
Video tape of 'Secret Lives: Beaverbrook' broadcast on Channel 4 on 2 December 1996 (Hist. Coll. 415).
Correspondence and papers 1947-87 relating to John Parker MP.* Presented by Mr. P. Fanner (Hist. Coll. 409).
Miscellaneous items 1954-56 relating to the Parliamentary Association for World Government. Presented by the Tate Gallery Archive (Hist. Coll. 416).
House of Commons Library Manuscripts
Invitation to a private view from F. Carruthers Gould, June 1899. Deposited by the House of Commons Library.
Photocopies of letters from E. M. Barry to John Hardman & Co., 1860-70 (Birmingham City Archives, Central Library).
Photographs, drawings, papers 1989-94 relating to stone cleaning and restoration of the Victoria Tower and the south elevation of the Houses of Parliament (Weatherill Green and Smith).
Photographs relating to Westminster Hall, 1996 (Parliamentary Works Directorate).
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