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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

of commons had no fixed habitation, but found precarious lodging in the chapter house at Westminster or elsewhere. It was not until 1547 that they obtained permanent quarters in St. Stephen's Chapel, and that is the date at which the extant journals of the house of commons begin. We happen to know that at an earlier date their clerk recorded entries in a book, but all such records are lost. The commons journals for the years from 1581 to 1603 have also been lost. The series of manuscripts on which the printed edition is based was made up towards the end of the seventeenth century, and there is reason to believe that the original manuscripts were dispersed or destroyed during the great rebellion.
The earlier journals of each house are of an experimental character, and are enlivened by a personal note which vanished when the forms of entry became stereotyped. John Taylor, who kept the first journals of the house of lords in Henry VIII's reign, incidentally tells us various things about himself and his opinions. He was not only clerk of parliaments but also prolocutor of convocation. He enters the fact that the Earl of Wilts had freely and without solicitation, and in the presence of four witnesses, granted to him the presentation to the next vacancy in the living of Skyrby, in Lincolnshire. He describes in terms of exuberant eloquence how Mr. Thomas Neville acquitted

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