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SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

Chamber, from the decorations on its walls. In this chamber conferences between the two houses were usually held. The fire of 1834 destroyed the whole of the ancient palace, except Westminster Hall and the crypt and part of the cloisters of St. Stephen's Chapel. But the hall then used as the house of lords, and the Painted Chamber, were temporarily repaired and fitted up, the first for the commons, the second for the lords.
The new palace which rose on the ruins of the old was designed by Sir Charles Barry, and took many years to construct. The lords first occupied their present quarters on April 13, 1847, the commons theirs on May 13, 1850.
The old palace had ceased to be a royal residence since early in Henry VIII's reign, but remained a royal palace. Its successor is still a royal palace, and, as such, is under the charge of the lord great chamberlain, an hereditary officer of state.
The rooms set apart in the palace for the sittings of the two houses face each other in such a way that, through the intervening hall and corridors, the king's throne at the south end of the house of lords is visible from the Speaker's chair at the north end of the house of commons. At right angles to them and to Westminster Hall is St. Stephen's Hall, lined by statues of parliamentary statesmen, and occupying the site of St. Stephen's Chapel, which was the home of the house of commons for nearly 300 years.

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