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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 84

"Debrett's House of Commons, & Judicial Bench."

"Debrett's House of Commons, & Judicial Bench."

Times, March 14th, 1884.

Very useful alike to the legislator, the lawyer, and the outside public.

Daily News, March 28th, 1884.

Useful volume.

Daily Chronicle, March 12th, 1885.

Justly celebrated Parliamentary Handbook.

March 18th, 1884.

Interesting to all engaged in Parliamentary affairs.

The Queen, March 28th, 1885.

Should be in the hands of all who are in. terested in Parliamentary and Judicial affairs.

John Bull, March 15th, 1884.

Contains much valuable information not otherwise easily attainable.

Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, March, 1884.

A most serviceable Parliamentary Guide Book.

The World, March 10th, 1884.

Full of information and even amusement if one studies the coats of arms.

Civil Service Gazette, March 21st, 1885.

Is compiled with extreme care, and is the result of painstaking enquiry and of scientific arrangement.

Huddersfield Chronicle, March 12th, 1885.

A well compiled volume.

Bath Argus, March 12th, 1885.

An undoubted acquisition to any library.

Gloucester Journal, March 14th, 1885.

A universal book of reference on all matters relating to Parliamentary constituencies and their representatives.

Glasgow Herald, March 14th, 1885.

Eminently useful to those who take an interest in the House of Commons or generally in the legislative and judicial machinery of the kingdom. The section devoted to technical Parliamentary Expressions is of great use.

Northampton Mercury, March 14th, 1885.

Can be thoroughly depended upon. To politicians the Dictionary of Parliamentary Terms is especially useful.

Cheshire Guardian, March 14th, 1885.

No other book of this kind surpasses it.

Liverpool Daily Post, March 14th, 1885.

Gives the fullest information concerning the House of Commons and the Judicial Bench of any publication in existence.

Leicester Advertiser, March 2lst, 1885.

Extremely useful work of Reference.

Cambridge Independent, March 14th, 1885.

By far the fullest and best work.

Western Daily Mercury, March 18th, 1884.


Warrington Guardian, March 19th, 1884.

Embraces much interesting political information.

Glasgow Herald, March 18th, 1884.

Invaluable to every one connected with, or interested in, Parliamentary life.

Coventry Herald, March 20th, 1885.

A work of reference, the value of which has become to be universally acknowledged.

Manchester Evening News, Mar. 17th, 1884.

Much of the information cannot be found elsewhere.

The late Earl Cairns when Lord Chancellor thus complimented" Dubrutt," in his speech in the House of Lords, on April 3rd, 1876—

"A Depository of Information which I never open without amazement and admiration."