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ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT

fought out under his successor. The king ai_d parliament were hostile bodies, and parliament was jealous of the king's interference with, or even knowledge of, its proceedings.
The main lines of parliamentary procedure were settled during the seventeenth century. The committee system grew up under Elizabeth and her successor. Small committees were appointed to consider the details of bills and other matters, and sat either at Westminster or sometimes at the Temple or elsewhere. For weightier matters larger committees were appointed and had a tendency to include all members who were willing to come, for the difficulty was to obtain a quorum. Hence the system of grand committees, and of committees of the whole house, which will be described in a later chapter. Before the end of the seventeenth century parliamentary procedure began to follow the lines which it retained until after the Reform Act of 1832. The first edition of Sir Erskine May's book on parliamentary procedure was published in 1844, and " the parliamentary procedure of 1844," says Sir R. Palgrave in his preface to the tenth edition, " was essentially the procedure on which the house of commons conducted its business during the long parliament."
The constitutional quarrel of the seventeenth century, which culminated in the great civil war, was at first whether government should be by the king or by the king in

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