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Sir Reginald F. D. Palgrave (1829–1904)

Palgrave, Reginald F. D., Sir. An English writer on history and parliamentary law, son of Sir Francis; born at London, June 28, 1829; died at Salisbury, July 13, 1904. He wrote: ‘The Chairman’s Handbook’ (11th ed. 1895); ‘The House of Commons’; ‘Oliver Cromwell, the Protector: an Appreciation Based on Contemporary Evidence’ (1890), in which he presents the antidote to Thomas Carlyle’s ‘Life and Letters of Oliver Cromwell.’