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CHAPTER VIII
RECORDS, THE PRESS, AND THE PUBLIC

THE house of commons possesses no early records of historical value except the old manuscript journals of the house. Three of these volumes, that with the page of protestation torn out by James I in 1621, that with the unfinished entry as to the attempted arrest of the five members in 1642, and that with the erased entry as to the dispersion of the long parliament by Cromwell in 1650, are on show in the members' library. The other volumes are in the Speaker's part of the library. But such original documents as early writs of summons, parliament and statute rolls, and old bills and Acts, are mostly to be found either in the Record Office, or in the Victoria tower, which is attached to the house of lords. They relate, not to the house of commons, but to parliament as a whole.
The chief official records of the proceedings of parliament are, for the period down to the end of Henry VII's reign, the rolls of parliament, and, for the later period, the journals of the two houses.
The contents of the rolls of parliament are

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