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" This House will not proceed upon any petition, motion, or bill, for granting any money, or for releasing or compounding any sum of money owing, to the crown, but in a committee of the whole House. "
History of England - Page 282
1763
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The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England: Being a Faithful ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1761
...from the Crown. ' Declared a Standing Order June n, 1713. ' Marchzc), 1707. Refolved, That this Houfe will not proceed upon any Petition, Motion, or Bill...Crown, but in a Committee of the whole Houfe ; and that tha fame be declared a Standing Order of the Houfe. ' Revived April 14, i-lol.—Feb. 7, 1708; and...
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The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England;: From the Earliest ...

1763
...public Service, but what is recommended from the Crown. March 29,1707. Refolved, That this Houfe will not proceed upon any Petition, Motion, or Bill...to, Or compounding, for any Sum of Money owing to die Crown, but in a Committee of the whole Houfe; and that the fame be declared a Standing Order of...
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Standing orders ... relating to private bills, and other matters ..., Volume 1

1814
...of Money, relating to Public Service, but what is recommended from The Crown. 2. — THAT this House will not proceed upon any Petition, Motion or Bill, for granting any Money, or for releasing or compounding any Sum of Money owing to The Crown, but in a Committee of the whole House....
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A Summary Treatise of the Practice and Proceedings in Parliament, the ...

Anthony Hammond - Election law - 1825 - 93 pages
...* D'Ew. 45. 4 24 July lfl60. 5 18Fsb. 1667. The following also are standing orders — l.The House will not proceed upon any petition, motion, or bill, for granting any money, or for releasing or compounding any sum of money owing to the Crown, but in a committee of the whole House...
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A key to both houses of parliament

Parliament lists - 1832
...any sum of money, relating to public sen-ice, but what is recommended from the crown. 2. This House will not proceed upon any petition, motion or Bill, for granting any money, or for releasing or compounding any sum of money owing to the crown, but in a Committee of the whole House....
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The Practice and Privileges of the Two Houses of Parliament: With an ...

Alpheus Todd - 1840 - 337 pages
...not proceed upon any motion, petition or bill for granting any money, or for compounding or releasing any sum of money owing to the Crown, but in a Committee of the Whole House ; see further, chap. XII. On Committees. — (Committees of Supply and of Ways and Means). And...
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Life of John C. Calhoun: Presenting a Condensed History of Political Events ...

John Caldwell Calhoun - United States - 1843 - 554 pages
...proceed on any petition, motion, or bill for granting any money, or for releasing or compounding any money owing to the crown, but in a committee of the whole house ; and this is declared to be a standing order. See, also, the 29th of November, 1710." " On the...
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Life of John C. Calhoun: Presenting a Condensed History of Political Events ...

John Caldwell Calhoun - United States - 1843 - 554 pages
...proceed on any petition, motion, or bill for granting any money, or for releasing or compounding any money owing to the crown, but in a committee of the whole house ; and this is declared to be a standing order. See, also, the 29th of November, 1710." " On the...
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A Treatise Upon the Law, Privileges, Proceedings and Usage of Parliament

Thomas Erskine May - Legislative bodies - 1844 - 496 pages
...therein." ' A similar rule was made a standing order on the 29th March 1707, viz., " That this house will not proceed upon any petition, motion, or bill, for granting any money, or for releasing or compounding a-ny sum of money owing to the Crown, but in a committee of the whole...
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Political dictionary [articles repr. from the penny cyclopaedia, ed. by G ...

George Long - 1845
...and the house will not proceed upon any bill for granting any money, or for releasing or compounding any sum of money owing to the crown, but in a committee of the whole house. No bill also can pass the house affecting the property of the crown or the royal prerogative...
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