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A Manual of Parliamentary Practice for the Use of the Senate of the United ... - Page 54
by Thomas Jefferson - 1820 - 220 pages
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Manual, Complied and Prepared for the Use of the Assembly: Exemplifying ...

Aaron Clark - 1816 - 201 pages
...House to hear him, and that by conversation >r any other noise they endeavor to drown his voice, t is his most prudent way to submit to the pleasure...House, and sit down; for it scarcely ever happens that hey are guilty of this piece of ill manners without sufficient reason, or inattentive to a member who...
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Manual of Parliamentary Practice

1826 - 211 pages
...the inclination of the house to hear him, and that by conversation or any other noise they endeavor to drown his voice, it is his most prudent way to...sit down: for it scarcely ever happens that they are guilty of this piece of ill manners without sufficient reason, or inattentive to a member who says...
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A Manual of Parliamentary Practice, Composed Originally for the Use of the ...

Thomas Jefferson - Parliamentary practice - 1834 - 191 pages
...membe books or papers from the table, or write there. 2 Hats. 171. Nevertheless, if a member finds it is not the inclination of the House to hear him,...other noise, they endeavour to drown his voice, it is the most prudent way to submit to the pleasure of the House, and sit down ; for it scarcely ever happens...
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Manual of Legislative Practice and Order of Business, in the Legislature of ...

Charles Sitgreaves - 1836 - 365 pages
...1604. " No one is to disturb another in his speech by hissing, coughing, spitting." 6 Grey, 332. " Nevertheless, if a member finds that it is not the...inclination of the House to hear him, and that, by any kind of noise, they attempt to drown his voice, it is most prudent for him to submit to the pleasure...
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The practice and privileges of the two Houses of Parliament: with an ...

Alpheus Todd - 1840 - 337 pages
...speaking or whispering to another (x), or any other interruption (y). Nevertheless, if a Member find that it is not the inclination of the House to hear him, and that by conversation, or other disturbances, they endeavour to drown his voice, it is his most prudent course to submit to the...
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A Congressional Manual; Or, Outline of the Order of Business: In the House ...

Joel Barlow Sutherland, Thomas Jefferson - 1841 - 447 pages
...the inclination of the house to hear him, and that by conversation or any other noise they endeavor to drown his voice, it is his most prudent way to...sit down; for it scarcely ever happens that they are guilty of tliis piece of ill manners without sufficient reason, or inattentive to a member who says...
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A Congressional Manual; Or, Outline of the Order of Business: In the House ...

Joel Barlow Sutherland, Thomas Jefferson - Biography & Autobiography - 1841 - 447 pages
...the inclination of the house to hear him, and that by conversation or any other noise they endeavor to drown his voice, it is his most prudent way to...sit down; for it scarcely ever happens that they are guilty of this piece of ill manners without sufficient reason, or inattentive to a member'who says...
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Rules of Order: A Manual for Conducting Business in Town and Ward Meetings ...

Benjamin Matthias, A Member of the Pennsylvania Legislature - Parliamentary practice - 1846 - 114 pages
...preserve order in no other way, he should publicly name the offenders. " Nevertheless," says Hatsell, " if a member finds that it is not the inclination of...and that, by conversation, or any other noise, they endeavor to drown his voice, it is his most prudent way to submit to the pleasure of the House, and...
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Manual of Parliamentary Practice: Rules of Proceeding and Debate in ...

Luther Stearns Cushing - Parliamentary practice - 1848 - 189 pages
...respectful attention, which his equal right demands, — that it is not the inclination of the assembly to hear him, — and that by conversation or any other noise they endeavor to drown his voice, — it is his most prudent course to submit himself to the pleasure of...
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Manual of Parliamentary Practice Rules of Proceeding and Debate in ...

Luther Stearns Cushing - Parliamentary practice - 1849 - 189 pages
...respectful attention, which his equal right demands, — that it is not the inclination of the assembly to hear him, — and that by conversation or any other noise they endeavor to drown his voice, — it is his most prudent course to submit himself to the pleasure of...
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