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CHAPTER V
SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

EVER since the beginning of parliamentary history Westminster has been the place at which parliaments have been ordinarily held. They have been held elsewhere in exceptional circumstances, but Westminster has always been their normal home. The last occasion on which parliament sat in any other place was the Oxford parliament of Charles II. The habits of Plantagenet kings were migratory, and, for reasons of war, state, or economy, they often shifted their quarters. But the Palace of Westminster, outside, yet conveniently near, their chief city, was their principal residence, and it was natural that the assemblies which developed into parliaments should usually be summoned to meet in their Westminster palace.
The old palace and the abbey closely adjoined each other, and were practically contiguous, for one passed into the abbey through a gateway from Old Palace Yard, which was the inner court of the palace. Which particular hall or room in the palace

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