2 edition of Lord Haversham"s Speech in the House of Peers, on Thursday, November 23. 1704 (in reference to the Navy, etc.). found in the catalog.
Lord Haversham"s Speech in the House of Peers, on Thursday, November 23. 1704 (in reference to the Navy, etc.).
Haversham, John Thompson Baron
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The following peers are currently on a leave of absence. The House is now made up of political peers, cross-bench peers, hereditary peers and bishops. Bishops in the Lords are officially known as Lords Spiritual, while life peers are called Lords Temporal.
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