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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

to be found in six folio volumes which were printed in pursuance of orders given by the house of lords in 1767, and to which an index volume was added in 1832. The earliest entries in these volumes relate to the parliament of 1278, the latest to the parliament of 1503; but at the beginning of the first volume there are some supplemental entries, relating to the period from 1513 to 1553, and intended to supply deficiencies in the lords journals for that period.
The nature of the proceedings in the earliest parliaments has been described in Chapter I, and it will have been seen that the business related mainly to petitions for the redress of grievances, by legislation or otherwise. The bulk of the entries in the rolls of parliament consists of these petitions, with short notes of the replies. There are also a few records of the pleas held in the high court of parliament, acting in its judicial capacity. And there are descriptions of the formal proceedings at the opening of parliament. During the earlier period some of the more important of the parliamentary enactments were occasionally entered on the rolls, but it was not until the reign of Richard III that Acts of Parliament were regularly so enrolled. At a later date the petitions gradually dropped out, and only Acts were entered.
The journals of the house of lords begin in 1509, but are not complete for the whole of Henry VIII's reign. At that time the house

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