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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

himself so well on presenting himself as Speaker that the king knighted him then and there. His entries are mainly in Latin, but he occasionally breaks into the vernacular, as where he makes a memorandum that " It is agreed by the lords that stockfishmongers and fishmongers be warned to be here on Thursday next by 9 of the clock."
The earliest entries in the commons journals are short and barren, and contain little more than the successive stages of different bills. Then come narratives, brief at first, but gradually expanding, of the formalities at the opening and the close of a session. The journal of 1562 gives as a reason for putting off the ceremony at the opening of Queen Elizabeth's second parliament that " the queen's majesty was somewhat sick of a styche." The record of proceedings in the course of a session also expands into something more than mere entries of bills. When the commons were exhorting Queen Elizabeth to marry, we are told how she sent them a peremptory command not to proceed further in the matter, and how Mr. Speaker recited a commandment from the queen's majesty to spend little time in motions and to avoid long speeches. Orders as to procedure are noted from time to time. Questions of privilege crop up, and much space is devoted to Mr. Arthur Hall and his " lewd speeches." He seems to have "charged the house with drunkenness, as accompanied in their counsels

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