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ment did not extend over many days. Travelling was difficult, dangerous and costly; members could not afford to stay long away from their homes. The main object of the meeting was usually to strike a bargain between the king and his subjects. The king wanted a grant of money, and it was made a condition of the grant that certain grievances, about which petitions had been presented, should be redressed. When an agreement had been arrived at as to how much money should be granted and on what terms, the commoners and most of the lords went their ways, leaving the king's advisers, the members of his council, to devise and work out, by means of legislation or otherwise, such remedies as might be considered appropriate and advisable.
It is to the Plantagenet period that we owe the most picturesque of our parliamentary ceremonials, those which attend the opening of parliament and the signification of the royal assent to Acts. And we ought to think of the Plantagenet parliament as something like an oriental durbar, such as was held by the late Amir of Afghanistan, with the king sitting on his throne, attended by his courtiers and great chiefs, hearing the complaints of his subjects and determining whether and how they should be met.
Of the changes in the composition of parliament which took place during this period something will be said later on, but a few

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