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The Test Roll is signed by peers when they take the oath of allegiance or make a solemn affirmation during their introduction ceremony in the House of Lords.
Shown are the signatures of the first life peers who took their seats in the Lords on 21 and 22 October 1958.
Two more life peers created in the same year were introduced later.
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