The Ministerial Plan for the Abolition of Slavery 1833


The Hansard system is available here and this image was the final element that took place for the Bill in 1833 which took place on 20th August 1833. The third reading in the House of Lords was the final aspect before the Royal Assent on 28th August 1833 according to Wikipedia. As the Hansard expresses the final day in Parliament was the 29th August 1833 and Parliament then closed down until 4th February so it was clearly a much less busy Parliament than it is today. According to Wikipedia Lord Wynford was born on 13th December 1767 and he died on 3rd Mar 1845.

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