On Parliamentary Government in England: Its Origin, Development, and Practical Operation, Volumen1

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Longmans, Green, 1887

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Mr Pitts second administration May 1804
153
Lord Grenvilles administration
155
328
158
Earl of Liverpools administration Jure 1812
168
The Grenville administration disagree with the King on the Roman
175
31
196
General measures of the Reforın Bill of 1867
212
Constitutional position of the Sovereign of Great Britain
217
Relative position of the two Ilouses of Parliament in the English poli
219
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221
CHAPTER II
259
Public acts of the Crown to be transacted through the medium
266
Relations between the Sovereign and his Witan
267
Development of the principle of ministerial responsibility
273
Right of the Sovereign in regard to appointments in the royal house
290
Reign of George IV
294
Results of the Norman Conquest
299
Opinions of eminent statesmen on this subject
311
Reign of William IV
313
Circumstances under which Parliament may advise the Crown in
318
Free choice of the Crown in regard to the prime minister
326
During a ministerial interregnum the Sovereign may consult any peer
334
The Kings Councils after the Conquest
337
Royal prerogative in respect to suitsatlaw against the Crown
343
The Curia Regis or permanent Council
345
Personal acts and opinions of the Sovereign and Royal Family
349
Effects of the Reform Bill of 1832
361
Definition of English Parliamentary Government
368
Due time must be allowed in deliberation of financial questions 792
379
Concluding remarks
381
THE ROYAL PREROGATIVE IN CONNECTION WITH PARLIAMENT
383
Return of Lord Melbourne to office
391
Use of Nomination Boroughs
393
17
404
Assembling of Parliament
405
Communications between the Crown and Parliament
412
The Great Council of the Nation
414
Precedents illustrating this doctrine
422
130
427
Practice of Parliament in the appointment of select committees
428
Practice in regard to the granting or withholding by the Execu
439
hold
456
Proclamations as distinct from orders in council
462
CHAPTER IX
470
Early settlement of the militia on a constitutional basis
525
Military law
526
Precedents of parliamentary enquiry
534
Martial law as defined by Chief Justice Cockburn 518
551
The respousible officials for the granting of royal pardons
557
CHAPTER XII
570
Charges preferred against judges should be submitted to Parliament
573
This prerogative is exercised on the advice of responsible ministers
589
House of Commons
598
Royal charters
609
ROYAL PREROGATIVE IN REGARD TO OFFICES AND PUBLIC OFFICERS
617
Appointments though made in the name of the Sovereign must
623
The system of promotion in the service
629
The justice of pensions and retiring allowances
637
Advantages of the system
651
The system of superannuation
658
Allowances to widows and orphans of civil servants
679
The Crown demands money the Commons grant it and the Lords
689
Precedents of recommendations involving expenditure by
697
Contracts entered into by public departments
706
Precedents of advances of money for public works
726
Origin of our representative system
727
CHAPTER XVII
730
Standing order concerning
732
Salaries of officials in the revenue departments
736
Early Legislative Assemblies
740
Precedents of unsuccessful attempts to revise the estimates by select
744
Reasons for selecting the year 1782 as a startingpoint
749
Proceedings in Committee of Supply
751
Bills involving money charges
765
Right of the Commons to refuse the supplies
784
Votes in Committee of Ways and Means
793
All financial operations must come under the review of Parliament
796
Growing power of the Commons in Parliament
800
Immediate effect given to resolutions on stocks
805
Practice of the House of Lords in Supply
816
Responsibility of the Kings ministers under Edward II and Henry IV 77
829
Duty of the Speaker of the House of Commons to take oversight
835
Taxes may be proposed in Committee of Ways and Means or other
835
Grant of supplies by Parliament
835
Restraints upon the exercise of the Royal Authority
835
The Star Chamber and other Committees of the Council
842
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