Sir Henry Cavendish's Debates of the House of Commons, . during the thirteenth parliament of Great Britain, commonly called the Unreported Parliament; to which are appeneded illustrations of the parliamentary history of the reign of George the Third; consisting of unpublished letters, private journals, memoirs, &c. Drawn up from the original manuscripts, by J. Wright, editor of the parliamentary history of England, &c.
House of Commons
Place of origin
Ickworth, Suffolk (Accredited Museum)
xvi,631,p. . 24cm.. Provenance: Nineteenth-century manuscript inscription on front cover: "Ickworth". Binding: Nineteenth-century half brown leather binding; green paper over boards; spine gilt ruled and lettered: "Cavendish's Debates Vol. I. 10 May 1768 to 3 May 1770".
Part of the Bristol Collection. The house and contents were acquired through the National Land Fund and transferred to the National Trust in 1956
Makers and roles
House of Commons Sir Henry Cavendish (1732-1804) John Wright (1770?-1844)