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Statementby all the 700 hackey coachmen and their widows, to enable them to pay the great tax laid upon them.
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Cobbett's Parliamentary History of England: From the Norman Conquest, in to the Year, from which Last-mentioned Epoch it is Continued Downwards in the . The concept Finance, Public -- Great Britain -- -- Early works to represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in University of Missouri-Kansas City Libraries.

Then, however, the Bill went to the Lords, and their Lordships have shown a greater inclination to make changes to the text. This, in itself, is not unusual. There are two reasons. One is a mechanistic one – Bills tend to have longer at committee stage, when amendments are considered, in the Lords than in the Commons. The concept Finance, Public -- Great Britain -- History -- -- Early works to represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in University of Missouri-Kansas City Libraries.

In the Lords, further amendments may be made on third reading, in the Commons, it is usually a short debate followed by a single vote; amendments are not permitted. Passage. The bill is then sent to the other House (to the Lords, if it originated in the Commons; to the Commons if it is a Lords . Plain English: humbly offered to the consideration of His Majesty, and his great council, the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled by William Atwood () Plain English: humbly offered to the consideration of His Majesty, and his great council, the Lords and Commons in .


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