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ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT

various names, varied in number, and exercised varying functions. As the work of government increased and specialized, these nebulous bodies split up into more coherent arts, with more definite functions, and out of them grew the king's courts of justice and the great departments of the central government. When the king held his great assemblies it was necessary that he should have about him the men on whom he was accustomed to place special reliance for advice and assistance. Accordingly there were summoned by name to the parliament of 1295 men who were not earls or barons, but were members of the king's council, and in particular the king's judges. And to this day the judges of the supreme court are summoned to parliament, and some of them take their seats in the house of lords when the king opens parliament.
The fact that the mediveval parliament was an expansion of the king's council explains the nature of the business which it had to transact. The immediate cause of summoning a parliament was usually want of money. The king had incurred, or was about to incur, expenses which he could not meet out of his ordinary resources, such as the revenues of his domain and the usual feudal dues. He summoned a parliament and, through his chancellor or some other minister, explained what he wanted and why he wanted it. The king's speech might touch on other great matters about which he might need advice

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