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The House of Lords By John Wells

The House of Lords
by John Wells

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This is a history of the House of Lords, from its inception in Anglo-Saxon times, through Henry VIII, the Civil War, the Commonwealth to Tony Benn's attempts to relinquish his peerage in the 1960s.
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About John Wells

John Wells was known as an actor, humourist and writer. He was co-editor of Private Eye with Richard Ingrams, with whom he wrote the long-running serials Mrs Wilson's Diary and the Dear Bill Letters. He wrote plays, a novel, two volumes of collected journalism and a history of the London Library. He died in 1997.

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The House of Lords by John Wells
John Wells
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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