The digital project Enhanced British Parliamentary Papers on Ireland 1801-1922 (EPPI) gives online access to parliamentary papers on matters related to Ireland, the Irish Revolt, the creation of the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland. EPPI has been created by the Queen’s University, Belfast and the University of Ulster Libraries. In EPPI you can search for words, titles, dates, accounts, bills, Command Papers and reports, the two last categories being created on behalf of the British government. One can search the Command Papers by number. You can also search using Library of Congress Subject Headings. You can find here much more than in the electronic version of the Hansard for 1803 to 2005.
The EPPI project started at the University of Southampton where a rare complete set of British parliamentary records is kept. With additional materials this set has been digitized between 2002 and 2005. It now contains some 14,000 papers with a total of more than a half million pages. The EPPI project is now part of Documenting Ireland: Parliament, People and Migration.