The House of Lords, 1603-1649: Structure, Procedure, and the Nature of Its Business

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ABBREVIATIONS AND SHORT TITLES
Acts of the Privy Council Acts of the Privy Council of England, 46 vols. ( London,
1890- 1964).
Adair E. R. Adair and F. M. Greir Eyans, "Writs of Assistance,
1558-1700," English Historical Review 36 ( 1921): 356-
72.
AHR American Historical Review.
Baillie, Letters and Journals The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie, A.M., Principal
of the University of Glasgow. M.DC.XXXVII-
M.DC.LXII
, ed. David Laing ( Edinburgh, 1841).
Beven, "Appellate
Jurisdiction"
Thomas Beven, "Appellate Jurisdiction of the House of
Lords," Law Quarterly Review 17 ( 1901): 155-70, 357-
71.
BIHR Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research.
Blackstone, Commentaries Commentaries on the Laws of England in Four Books by
Sir William Blackstone
, ed. William Draper Lewis ( Phila-
delphia, 1897).
Blencowe, Sydney Papers R. W. Blencowe, ed., Sydney Papers, Consisting of A
Journal of the Earl of Leicester and Original Letters of
Algernon Sydney
( London, 1825).
Bond, "Clerks of the
Parliaments"
Maurice F. Bond, "Clerks of the Parliaments, 1509-1953,"
English Historical Review 73 ( 1958): 78-85.
Bond, "Formation of the
Archives"
Maurice F. Bond, "The Formation of the Archives of
Parliament, 1497-1691," Journal of the Society of Archi-
vists 1
, no. 6 ( October 1957): 151-58.
Bond, "Office of the Clerk" Maurice F. Bond, "The Office of Clerk of the Parliaments,"
Parliamentary Affairs 12 ( 1959): 197-310.
Bond, unpublished article Maurice F. Bond, Unpublished Article on the Committee
for Petitions in the Short Parliament
.
Bond and Beamish Maurice F. Bond and David Beamish, The Gentleman
Usber of the Black Rod
( London, 1976).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • PART ONE - THE STRUCTURE OF THE HOUSE 1
  • I - THE MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE AND THEIR CHAMBER 3
  • 2 - THE PRESIDING OFFICER 28
  • 3 - THE CLERK 44
  • 4 - OTHER OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE 64
  • 5 - THE ASSISTANTS 70
  • 6 - COMMITTEES 87
  • 7 - CONFERENCES 126
  • PART TWO - THE BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE 135
  • 8 - PRIVILEGE 137
  • 9 - JUDICATURE 149
  • 10 - LEGISLATION 189
  • PART THREE - THE END OF A PARLIAMENT 203
  • II - CONCLUSION 205
  • ABBREVIATIONS AND SHORT TITLES 211
  • Index 305
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