The proceedings of the House of Peers from Tuesday, March the 14th, to Tuesday the twenty first Containing the reasons of those Lords that enter"d their protest in Dr. Sacheverell"s case. To which is added, an exact list of those members of the honourable House of Commons that voted for him./ l. by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords.

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