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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

of the king, but that approval has never been withheld since Charles II objected to the appointment of Sir Edward Seymour in 1679. In the earlier days of parliament the voice of the king in the appointment of Speaker was more of a reality; he was regarded as an officer of the king and a link between the king and the house; and in the seventeenth century the conflict between his duties to the king and his duties to the house sometimes placed him in serious difficulties. The emancipation of the Speaker from the control of the king, the severance of his connection with party during his tenure of office, and. the evolution of the non-partisan Speaker, armed with great powers, wielding great authority, and exercising his powers and authority in a judicial and impartial spirit, have been admirably described by Mr. Porritt in his Unreformed House of Commons. The modern Speaker is sometimes e:ccted in the first instance by a party vote, but he is independent of party, his tenure of office is not affected by a change of ministry, and, if he desires to continue his services in a new parliament, the practice is to re-elect him, whatever party may be in power.
The Speaker is the representative and spokesman of the house in its collective capacity; he presides at meetings of the house; and he declares and interprets its law. He does not claim power to make or alter that law, merely to be its exponent. But where

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