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SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

meet. The same proclamation dissolves one parliament and summons its successor, and a general election intervenes between the death of the one and the birth of the other. It is the king, acting on the advice of his ministers, that determines the dates of dissolution and of meeting again. Under the Septennial Act the duration of a parliament must not exceed seven years, but dissolution always anticipates the running out of the full time.
Under the Plantagenet kings a few days often sufficed for the work of each parliament. In Tudor times their duration extended longer, and the practice grew up of having several distinct sessions of the same parliament. A session is terminated by prorogation which, like dissolution, is effected by order of the king, acting on the advice of his ministers. Prorogation does not affect the seats of members, but puts an end to the current business of the session, and kills all bills which have not become law before parliament is prorogued.
A sitting of either house is terminated by adjournment, and an adjournment, unlike a dissolution or prorogation, is the act of each house, independently of, and at different times from, the other house, and merely suspends the transaction of current business.
It is in the exercise of this power that each house adjourns its sittings from day to day and over the recesses which usually take

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