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Did you know...The Royal Gallery of the old Palace of Westminster was built by John Soane in 1823-4? #LivingHeritage http://t.co/rVERHHza
#onthisday in Parliament 24 Aug 1843: House of Commons discusses the opening of cathedrals for public inspection http://t.co/FHb8XwL5
Today is the 350th anniversary of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer! Explore documents at http://t.co/T0lYkLsW @bcp350
450 years ago...An Act touching Badgers of Corn, and Drovers of Cattle to be licensed. http://t.co/QHHXI2My
#onthisday in Parliament 23 Aug 1894: House of Commons discusses seizure of fraudulently marked chisels at Leith http://t.co/63gaCnJQ
Did you know...Glasgow established the first professional police force in Britain in 1800? More at #LivingHeritage http://t.co/BbcktohS
#onthisday in Parliament 22 Aug 1940: House of Commons discusses bottle parties and consumption of unlicenced liquors http://t.co/MQpYXltM
100 years ago...Parliament passed the Royal Scottish Museum (Extension) Act http://t.co/rrhId7fA
#onthisday in Parliament 21 Aug 1883: House of Lords discusses the Tramways and Public Companies (Ireland) Bill http://t.co/YYEVDRBk
Thanks for the mentions & RTs! @LondonersDiary @a_brocklehurst @dustshoveller @UCLLibraries
Did you know...On 1 August 1834, 750,000 slaves in the British West Indies formally became free? #LivingHeritage http://t.co/4QJRt8gG
#onthisday in Parliament 20 Aug 1831: House of Commons discusses the #Dublin election #Ireland http://t.co/ii4blfjD
Did you know...From 1497 the Clerk of the Parliaments began to keep the Original Acts of Parliament at Westminster? http://t.co/t7jIlS3T