Great Britain Parliament. Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, Lords and Commons, 1066+. Great Britain Parliament. New York Readex Microprint Corp.
Library has 1066-1958. Microprint.
The British equivalent to the Congressional Record. Named after its first printer, Luke Hansard and Sons, this is a record of Parliamentary debates since the Norman Conquest. Until 1909, however, it is not a verbatim transcription. William Cobbett's Parliamentary History, 1066-1803 forms the first part of the set; he compiled this from old record, Parliamentary rolls, and the material of other historian. From 1803-1908 Hansard's was based on contemporary records; it became the official record of 1909.
Cobbett's Parliamentary History, 1066-1803. 36 volumes.
1st series, 1803-1820: 41 vols.
2nd series, 1820-1830: 25 vols.
3rd series, 1830-1891: 356 vols.
4th series, 1892-1908: 199 vols.
5th series, 1909+.
A detailed "Location of Indexes for the Hansard Debates" is posted in the Government Publications area.
Great Britain--Government Publications