The Library holds a number of British parliamentary publications in the Reference Collection in the Main Reading Room. More information on all aspects of the work and publications of the Parliament can be found on the UK Parliament website.

Dod's parliamentary companion includes biographies and contact information on members of the Houses of Parliament and the Civil Service. Library holdings are from 1904, with the current edition in the MRR Reference collection at RF 328.42 DOD.

Subject Catalogue of the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, 1801-1900, by Peter Cockton, provides a comprehensive listing of the entire output of nineteenth century Parliamentary Papers in the form of a thematic subject catalogue. The 5 volume work is held at Rfq 328.42 GRE, and is also available online through the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers database.

Who's who of British members of Parliament : a biographical dictionary of the House of Commons based on annual volumes of Dod's Parliamentary companion and other sources [edited by] Michael Stenton. 4 volumes, at RF 328.410922 W628

Guide to the records of Parliament by Maurice F. Bond, Clerk of the Records of the House of Lords from 1946 to 1981. A list of the contents is online at the UK Parliament website. RF S 328.42 B711

Ford Parliamentary Papers series: Professor Ford of the University of Southampton, together with his wife Grace, published material on the classification and analysis of government publications:

  Government and politics Government publications Law

The arrival of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria at the House of Lords to open the first Parliament of her reign

The arrival of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria at the House of Lords to open the first Parliament of her reign [picture], painted by G. Baxter; engraved by C.W. [sic] Wagstaff 
[London] : Henry Graves & Co., [1841?] 1 print : mezzotint ; 54.6 x 42.7 cm.

'Arrival of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria at the House of Lords, to open the first Parliament of her reign,' Nov. 30 1837.
The procession, headed by Lord Cottenham, the Lord Chancellor, is passing through the corridor of the temporary House of Lords erected after the fire of 1834.

Description taken from Catalogue of engraved British portraits preserved in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum

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