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" His Eminence Archbishop Mark will shortly be retiring as ruling hierarch of the Diocese of Great Britain and Ireland. Williams (1882-1947) began to attend some of the services. She also wonders whether a lack of education about Irish history contributes to Great Britain’s lack of enthusiasm to track Northern Ireland events. Similarly, the members of the former English House of Commons continued as members of the British House of Commons, but as a reflection of the relative tax bases of the two countries the number of Scottish representatives was reduced to 45. [20] Newly created peers in the Peerage of Great Britain were given the automatic right to sit in the Lords.

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Publisher: Land & Property Services (1867)

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