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We went through our 3000th follower milestone so quickly we've only just caught up with who it was - hello and thanks to @joncstone!
#onthisday in Parliament 26 April 1825: House of Lords discusses corn laws http://t.co/kVMF1Hi2SR
Very interesting day @CollectionTrust conference on insurance for heritage collections
#onthisday in Parliament 25 April 1994: House of Lords discusses Rugby Union football http://t.co/xsaAv7d41U
So - who will be our 3000th follower?
500 years ago... Parliament passed an Act that Surgeons be discharged of Constableship and other Things http://t.co/xAQPL4gQ5F
#onthisday in Parliament 24 April 1882: House of Commons discusses use of dynamite in Ireland http://t.co/mkl04d3wOi
Did you know... until 1706, the Speaker was entitled to take away his chair as a perquisite on retirement? http://t.co/WGsu9Nc1cc
#onthisday in Parliament 23 April 1923: House of Commons discusses compensation for malicious injuries http://t.co/RIdf3d5d9G
200 years ago...Parliament passed an Act for increasing the Rates of Subsistence to be paid to Innkeepers http://t.co/rDoPdW23Uc
#onthisday in Parliament 22 April 1834: House of Lords discusses Parliamentary printing http://t.co/F8md4TiXYi
Watch: 'Administrative Processes + Events = Documents', a new film by Nicola Naismith, our resident artist @NorfolkRO http://t.co/3VPJ8VIZHJ
Did you know...The mileage of inland waterways in Great Britain grew from about 1400 in 1760 to around 4100 in 1830? http://t.co/07VbWsP2ND
Thanks for RTs & mentions! @SamBairstow @HistParl @liberalhistory @po_qu
Thanks for RTs & mentions! @HistoryNeedsYou @dustshoveller @RichardToye @rowntreesoc @KathrynRix @ayestotheright @LordNortonLouth @EHChalus