Memorials of the Method and Manner of Proceedings in Parliament in Passing Bills: Together with Several Rules & 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
1670 - 116 pages
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