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The Commons reject a British Peerage Bill to close the House of Lords 1719 Context Note
Charles Townshend returns to office as Lord President of the Council 1720 Context Note
James, Earl of Stanhope, dies 1721 Context Note
Charles Townshend becomes Secretary of State for Northern Department 1721 Context Note
Charles Townshend resigns as Lord President of Council 1721 Context Note
George I's first Parliament is dissolved 1722 Context Note
Second Parliament of George I 1722 Context Note
Lord Bolingbroke returns from exile 1723 Context Note
John, Lord Carteret, a rival to Robert Walpole, is dismissed 1724 Context Note
Voltaire is banished from France 1726 Context Note
Formal dissolution of the second Parliament of George I 1727 Context Note
Anti-British Chauvelin becomes French Foreign Secretary 1727 Context Note
First Parliament of George II 1728 Context Note
Publication of Parliamentary debates is deemed a breach of privilege 1728 Context Note
Robert Walpole quarrels with Charles Townshend 1730 Context Note
The first Parliament of George II is dissolved 1734 Context Note
Lord Bolingbroke gives up his struggle against Walpole 1734 Context Note
Zenger acquitted of libel 1735 Context Note
Second Parliament of George II meets 1735 Context Note
William Pitt joins the opposition to Robert Walpole 1738 Context Note

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