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THE MAKING OF LAWS

The life of a bill is for one session only. If a bill is not either passed or withdrawn by its promoters before the end of the session, it lapses or becomes a dead letter, and if the proposals are to be proceeded with in the next or a subsequent session, a new bill must be introduced.
When a bill has been passed by both houses the final stage is the royal assent. This assent is given periodically to batches of bills, as they are passed, the largest batch being usually at the end of the session. The ceremonial observed dates from Plantagenet times, and takes place in the house of lords. The king is represented by lords commissioners, who sit in front of the throne, on a row of armchairs, arrayed in scarlet robes and little cocked hats. Sometimes a few peers in ordinary clothes are to be seen on the benches, sometimes there are none. At the bar of the house stands the Speaker of the house of commons, who has been summoned from that house. Behind him stand such members of the house of commons as have followed him through the lobbies. A clerk of the house of lords reads out, in a sonorous voice, the commission which authorizes the assent to be given. The clerk of the crown at one side of the table reads out the title of each bill. The clerk of the parliaments on the other side, making profound obeisances, pronounces the Norman-French formula by which the king's assent is signified; " Little Peddlington

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