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Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924). "How the House of Commons became a Cycling School" In A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction. London: Greening & Co., 1899.
Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924). "How the House of Commons became a Cycling School" In A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction. London: Greening & Co., 1899.
Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924). "How the 'House of Lords Question' Was Settled. A Tale of the Terrace or, Mrs. Ponsonby-Jones's Revenge" In A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction. London: Greening & Co., 1899.
Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924). "How the 'House of Lords Question' Was Settled. A Tale of the Terrace or, Mrs. Ponsonby-Jones's Revenge" In A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction. London: Greening & Co., 1899.
Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924). "A Trip to Paradoxia" In A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction. London: Greening & Co., 1899.
Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924). "A Trip to Paradoxia" In A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction. London: Greening & Co., 1899.