|Author:||Scobell, Henry, d. 1660.|
|Title:||Memorials of the method and maner of proceedings in Parliament in passing bills. Together with several rules and customs, which by long and constant practice have obtained the name of Orders of the House. Gathered by observation, and out of the journal books from the time of Edward 6. By H. S. E. C.P.|
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Memorials of the method and maner of proceedings in Parliament in passing bills. Together with several rules and customs, which by long and constant practice have obtained the name of Orders of the House. Gathered by observation, and out of the journal books from the time of Edward 6. By H. S. E. C.P.
Scobell, Henry, d. 1660.
London: printed by Henry Hills and John Field, printers to His Highness, 1656.
H.S. = Henry Scobell.
With two final contents leaves.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
England and Wales. -- Parliament -- Rules and practice -- Early works to 1800.
CHAP. I. The maner of chusing a Speaker in Parliament.
CHAP. II. Decorum to be observed in the House.
CHAP. III. Standing Committees.
CHAP. IV. Power and proceedings of the Com∣mittee for Priviledges.
CHAP. V. Members chosen in several places.
CHAP. VI. New Writs for Vacant Places.
CHAP. VII. Rules and Method of Debates in the House.
CHAP. VIII. Grand Committees, and their maner of Proceedings.
CHAP. IX. Publique Bills, and maner of Pro∣ceeding on them.
CHAP. X. Private Bills, and Proceedings on them.
CHAP. XI. In What Cases Members are to withdraw.
CHAP. XII. Censures of Members for offensive Words or Misbehavior.
CHAP. XIII. Calling the House.
CHAP. XIV. Petitions in Parliament.
CHAP. XV. Priviledge of Parliament.
Priviledge to Servants.
Priviledge, as well before as after the Parliament.
For how long time before, and after the Parliament.
CHAP. XVI. Amendment of Returns.