Irish University Press Area Studies Series British Parliamentary Papers United States of America Agriculture

IRISH UNIVERSITY PRESS AREA STUDIES SERIES BRITISH
PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1 Reports ,
correspondence and other papers respecting agriculture , cattle disease and the
production of sugar and ...

Irish University Press Area Studies Series  British Parliamentary Papers  United States of America  Agriculture

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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BERING SEA SEAL FISHERIES The parliamentary papers devoted to the Bering Sea dispute contain the correspondence surrounding the problem, the treaties which emerged from it and the full British and American cases to the tribunal of arbitration, as well as Sir D'Arcy's valuable report on seal life. Besides being a complete record of this extremely important event in British, American and Canadian relations, these papers are of interst in that the deliberations of the Bering Sea Commission were something of a landmark in the history of successful international arbitration. -- Publisher's catalogue.

Irish University Press Series of British Parliamentary Papers

The committees of 1835 and 1836 (IUP volumes British Museum 1 and 2) examined the administration structure of the museum, the museum buildings, collections and accommodation, and the nature of existing catalogues as well as other aspects of ...

Irish University Press Series of British Parliamentary Papers

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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In order to control the development and management of the British Museum, which became fully accessible to the general public in 1810, Select Committees and a Royal Commission were set up to investigate its affairs. This set includes reports and evidence presented to parliament by these bodies. The committees of 1835 and 1836 (IUP volumes British Museum 1 and 2) examined the administration structure of the museum, the museum buildings, collections and accommodation, and the nature of existing catalogues as well as other aspects of the working and organization of the institution. The Royal Commission of 1850 investigated the constitution and government of the museum, directing their inquiry towards the causes of complaints made by the public and by museum staff. -- Publisher's catalogue.