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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

Constitutional History, and need not be repeated here. The two most important dates are 1738 and 1771. Before 1738 reports of debates appeared in such periodicals as the London Magazine, the Gentleman's Magazine and the Scots Magazine. The names of the speakers were distinguished by initials, and, in order to escape the censure of parliament, the publication was postponed until the end of the session. In 1738 there was a great discussion in the house of commons on the breach of privilege involved in these publications; the house prohibited the publication of debates on proceedings as well during the recess as during the sitting of parliament, and resolved to proceed with the utmost severity against offenders. The prohibitions were ineffectual and the struggle continued. The scene of debate was thinly veiled by the publisher under some such description as the senate of Great Lilliput, and the speakers were designated as Brutus or Mark Antony, or by other Roman titles. Meanwhile `'Voodgate and other prominent publishers were frequently being censured, committed to Newgate, or otherwise punished, by the indignant house. Stringent steps were taken for the exclusion of strangers, and the exclusion was so severely enforced during the parliament of 1768-1774 that it has been sometimes called the unreported parliament. It was during this parliament that took place the great contest of 1771, when Colonel Onslow took the lead on behalf

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