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Finance Bills, 629; debate and amend-
the Private Legislation Procedure (Scot- Fines; imposed by Lords, 91 ; by Com-
private bills (Commons), 723; (Lords),
of confirming bills under the Private
Act; reports under, on public expen Floyde's Case, 92.
Foreigners, Petitions from; received,
Forgery or Fraud; in preparing or
tion, 216; adjournment of house after, Formal Motions; after interruption of
business, 215; for transaction of busi-
bis verdict against Bailiff of Westmin-
ster, 54; disputes with Mr. Pitt on
office, 319; personal explanations, ib. with Mr. Wedderburn, 335.
Franking Letters ; privilege abolished,
effect of, 54; cases and grounds for, 56. Free Conferences; the forms of, 440.
from the journals, in Mr. Wilkes's case, a privilege of the Commons as a body,
house and individually, 61.
standing orders as to, 797; locus standi dom from.
Freedom of Speech; principle of the
appointed under the Private Legislation interpretation thereof, 98; violations
thereof, ib.; members punished for
abuse of, ib. ; statutory recognition of,
100; publication of parliamentary
mons' Proceedings; privilege of, 61. Friday; adjournments from Friday till
members for professional services con 213; interruption of business on, 214;
on, 227 ; precedence to unofficial mem-
ment business on, 258. 267.
for a seat in the Commons, 34. 658; 1 Divisions.
Frivolous Complaints of Breach of Government Business-continued.
arrangements for, 265; two o'clock sit-
tings, on Tuesdays and Fridays before
priority given to government business,
265; taken in time allotted to unofficial
side galleries, 311; strangers' gallery and Fridays, 266, 267; power regarding
given to a motion, 267. 268; bills of
opening of Parliament, 152 ; his opinion vernment business, 259; amendments
standi, 777; standing orders relating relating to, 727.
vate Bills, 754-5.833. 855; and Private
referred to committees, 791; private
bills) relating to (Commons), 802; orders 33 and 60 of both houses), 695.
755; (under standing order 81 of
by Speaker prior to issue of warrant Procedure (Scotland) Act, 897. 899.
of members to issue new writs, 638. | Grace, Act of. See Pardon.
Canal Bills; a sessional committee in ing Committees.
moved by a minister of the Crown, 614;
Grants (exceptional), procedure on,
ceedings under the Private Legislation on, 621.
pluses, ib.; for civil services, 549 ;
Commons choosing Speaker, 157, n.; allotted day, ib.; limitation of time for
550; exceeding amount required, 552;
on announcement of death of, 446, n. 552; debate on, 621. See also Crown
on, 184; standing order (Lords) as to Gray, Mr.; case of, 121.
Greater or Lesser Sum. See Supply.
munication of his arrest to the house, financial statement, 598.
Grenville Act; committees under, 651.
Group Committees, on Private Bills. See
move one another's motions, 263. Guarantees; needing royal recommen-
commencement of business, 256; days
Habeas Corpus Act-continued. Impeachment-continued.
69; peers not privileged against, 119; articles of impeachment, ib.; subse-
quent procedure, 665; the judgment,
rogation or dissolution, 667; power of
spiritual in Parliament, 6; on the council Impleading in Civil Actions; privilege
of not being impleaded in civil actions,
104; enforced, 105; limited by statute,
Incidental Charges; (public services),
Incidental Interruptions to Proceed-
Inclosures; private bills, 801. 850. 910;
provisional orders, 878.
Indemnity; of witnesses before Parla-
of speech, 96; origin of petitions to “Indemnity of the Lords and Com-
of Commons' right of supply, 587. Indenture; of return of member
system of legislation dates from reign of, India; royal recommendation of motion
for charge or guarantee on revenues of
plication of revenues of, out of India, ib.;
seat of secretary and under-secretary of
state, 647. See also East India
by, 872. See also Government Depart- | Indorsement of Bills; modes of, 509;
ing orders (private bills) relating to, | In Formà Pauperis; a private bill pro-
moted in, 912, n.
after second reading, 465; aster com-
after the fire of 1834..21, n. See also when royal consent refused, 449.
private bills in Commons, 775.
standing orders (private bills) relating Instructions; to committees of the whole
house, 383; regarding bills, 478;
Act; provisional orders, 868. 886 ; for the division or consolidation of bills,
479; out of order, 481; touching a
Notice of instructions and amend-
673. 721. 824, n.; Commons' privileges moved, ib. ; proceedings in committee
rejection of an instruction, 304. 488, n.;
no instruction to committee of supply,
663 ; of peers, ib. ; of commoners, 664; ! dix II.
Instructions - continued.
Jamaica; legislated for by British Par-
Instructions, mandatory or per- Speaker's petition, 59, n.
Private Bills; Provisional Order Bills. liamentary oath, 162; the Rothschild
mons, rules and subjects of, 421; ap-
214; adjournment of interrupted busi meeting proposed by the lords, 422;
and nature, 199, 201; given in evi-
sale of, on Sundays, in particular extend, 202, n.; entry in, of proceed-
counties treated as public bills, 679. ings of committees of the whole house,
of new members returned after general II. Lords.-Public records, 201; in-
expunged from, 372; special entries on
to 1869.. 6, n.; peers of, 100, under 507. 579.
as, 114; exemption of members and
officers by statute, 115.
nesses for the Commons, 430.
Kenealy, Dr.; his introduction dispensed | Librarian (House of Commons);
with, 171, n.; ordered to withdraw consulted on orders for returns, 538, n. :
| Life Peerage. See Peerage.
Lords to be a court of record, 91; in orders, 886.
Lines v. Russell ; case of, referred to,
ing orders (private bills) relating to
of, 16; wages of, 22; term disused in Loans Government; contractors for,
not disqualified for House of Commons,
order for withdrawal of strangers, 207. the Serjeant, 205; jurisdiction of the
orders made by, 889; provisional orders
concerning (public health), 865. 886:
875; (public parks, Scotland), 884;
locus standi of, in Commons, 775, et seq.
Local and Personal Acts, 685. 909.
relating to, 865. 885. 886. 888.
vate bills, 754-5. 855; and provisional
in committee of whole house, 369." Local Government Board (Ireland);
Local Government Board (Scot-
&c.; when a breach of privilege, 86. 885.
of privilege, 79; use of letters in debate, bills or clauses for, 599.
private (local) bills in the Lords, 848 ;
lation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 903;
vate bills) relating to (Commons), 794 ; ment, 906; against private or provisional
order bills in the Commous, 760_786.
(private bills) relating to (Commons), London (City of); sheriffs, lord mayor,
and aldermen of, committed by the
a breach of privilege, 76. 78. 81; upon for, to sit on treasury bench, 178; pre-