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From 1817 selected petitions were printed in full in an appendix to the Votes and Proceedings of the House of Commons. This series of Appendices continued until 1890. From 1833 a Select Committee was elected at the beginning of each session to print in extenso or in part, and to report on all petitions other than those that `complain of undue returns or relate to Private Bills'. The two series (neither of which is contained in the Parliamentary Papers Bound Set) run in parallel but do not duplicate each other and together provide a complete printed record of petitions presented to the House of Commons.
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