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reported at all, whilst in other eases our knowledge of them is derived from scanty, imperfect and inaccurate notes. It was not until after the fire of 1834 that special provision was made for the accommodation of reporters, and it was not until 1888 that the rules for the admission and exclusion of " strangers " were placed on a more rational footing. But it is needless to say that ever since the Reform Act of 1832, if not from an earlier date, the full and accurate reporting of parliamentary debates has been generally recognized as a matter of great public importance, and the provision of adequate accommodation and facilities for the public press has become one of the principal cares of the house.
At the present day those who wish to obtain information about the parliamentary debates of the past, would probably turn, in the first instance, for the earlier period, to the Parliamentary History, and for the later period to " Hansard." The compilation known as the Parliamentary History first appeared in 1751 and was then brought down to the date of the restoration of 1660. It was superseded and continued by Cobbett's well-known Parliamentary History, which came down to 1803. The materials used in this compilation are derived, partly from the rolls of parliament and the journals of the two houses, partly from authorized reports of individual speeches, partly from fragmentary, scattered and unpublished sources, such as

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