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A copy of Standing Orders of the House of Commons

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A copy of Standing Orders of the House of Commons, 1912, the fly-leaf signed by (Mr Speaker) James W. Lowther, and with a note that this was the book thrown at Sir Winston by Mr Ronald McNiell, on November 13th, 1912

ID:  45013

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