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" House, at the table in the middle of the said House, and whilst the House of Commons is there duly sitting, with their Speaker in the chair of the said House, a paper or account signed by every such member, containing the name or names of the parish,... "
Reform without innovation: or Cursory thoughts on the only practicable ... - Page 14
by John Symmons - 1810 - 23 pages
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A Practical Treatise on the Law of Elections, Relating to England ..., Volume 1

William Thomas Roe - Election law - 1818
...sit "or vote as aforesaid as a " member of the house of " house, and whilst, the house " of commono is. there duly " sitting, with their speaker " in...the said " house, a paper or account, " signed by evtry such " member, containing the " name or names of the " parish, township or pre" cinct, or of...
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A summary of the law relative to the election of members of parliament

Henry John Shepherd - 1825
...the said house, and icheduleTf whilst the house of commons is there duly sitting, with their respec- their speaker in the chair of the said house, a paper or tions?" " account, signed by every such member, ; containing the name or names of the parish, township,...
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The ecclesiastical statutes at large, extr. and arranged by J.T. Law

James Thomas Law - 1847
...such member of the house of commons, at the table in the middle of the said house, and whilst a full house of commons is there duly sitting, with their speaker in the chair. XI. Aiid be it further enacted, that if any person that now is, or p=na"y n hereafter shall be a...
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The Unreformed House of Commons: England and Wales.- 2. Scotland and Ireland

Edward Porritt - 1903
...in the morning and four in the afternoon," at the table in the middle of the House, " whilst a full House of Commons is there duly sitting with their Speaker in the chair " ; and that until he had taken the oath no member was to sit in the House " during debate after the...
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The unreformed House of Commons

Edward Porritt - 1963
...in the morning and four in the afternoon," at the table in the middle of the House, " whilst a full House of Commons is there duly sitting with their Speaker in the chair " ; and that until he had taken the oath no member was to sit in the House " during debate after the...
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