Proceedings and Journals

The Parliament Rolls of Medieval England are the general proceedings of Parliament in medieval times. The original documents of these are held at The National Archives.

The Journals are the formal record of proceedings in both Houses of Parliament. The Journals not mentioned in this table are not available electronically. They are printed and may be available in large reference libraries, or can be consulted in the Parliamentary Archives searchroom, contact the Parliamentary Archives to make an appointment. The Parliamentary Archives also hold the original manuscript Journals.

Journals

Parliament Rolls of Medieval England, 1272-1504

Scholarly Digital Editions- subscription or CD-ROM purchase only; not free online. Text and translations also available by individual subscription from British History Online.

Text of House of Lords Journals 1509-1793 & 1832-1834

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Text of House of Commons Journals 1547-1699 & 1830

British History Online

Images of House of Commons Journals 1688-1834

Subscription service U.K. Parliamentary Papers, widely available in universities and other large reference libraries

Images of House of Lords Journals, 1688-1834

Subscription service U.K. Parliamentary Papers, widely available in universities and other large reference libraries

Text of House of Lords Journals, 1997-present

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Text of House of Commons Journals, 1835 - 2010

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Text of House of Commons Votes & Proceedings, December 2008-present

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Text of House of Lords Minutes, June 1998 - present

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