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SITTINGS AND PROCEDURE

which, from entries in the journals of Sir Symonds d'Ewes, can be traced to the reign of Elizabeth. There are curious survivals which are full of significance to the historical student, such as the formalities observed when leave is given to introduce a bill into the house of commons, formalities now occupying a few seconds, but representing, in a compressed and symbolical form, proceedings which, in the seventeenth century may have occupied days or weeks. There is a vast jungle of rulings and precedents in which a veteran member, even a ready and experienced Speaker, may occasionally lose his way. There are a few cases in which, as in the courts of law, mistaken application of precedents seems to have swerved procedure from its true course. But the general principles are clear and intelligible enough, and their detailed application is based on the experience of many centuries.
The general principles are such as ought to be observed by all deliberative assemblies. There must be authority to enforce order and decorum, and to prevent waste of time. It is for the convenience of members that they should know what business to expect when they come down to the house, and that they should not be taken by surprise. The unforeseen will often happen, in the house of commons as elsewhere, but there ought to be no unnecessary departure from the programme of the day. Hence the importance of the

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