Mr. Gladstone talks of an Upper House, with a £20 qualification.
The matter was then referred to the Upper House for its concurrence.
Addington demurred to Pitt's request that he should retire to the Upper House.
The bill, however, was not safe when it had reached the Upper House.
The upper house can only be approached by means of steps cut in the rock.
It will give me no trouble, for, as the respectable Buggins says, we're in the Upper House now.
The Bishops were restored to their seats in the Upper House.
To-morrow, when the King had come, and the Upper House was sitting.
In 1897 the emperor appointed him a member of the upper house.
The Upper House of Convocation: from a broadside, dated 1623.