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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

1640, the "short parliament" emphasized this resolution by another, directing that Mr. P,.ushworth, who had then been appointed clerk assistant, " shall not take any notes here without the precedent direction and commands of this house, but only of the orders and reports of this house." Since then the record kept by the clerks at the table of the house of commons, and entered in the journals, has, with a few formal exceptions, been confined to things done, as distinguished from things said, and the report of parliamentary debates has to be sought elsewhere.
Whilst the scope of the journal was limited by the suppression of notes of speeches, it tended to expand in other directions, with the growing business of the house, and had to be supplemented, before long, by other official records.
In 1680 the house of commons, by resolution, authorized the printing and distribution to members of minutes of the daily votes and proceedings, and this practice has continued ever since, under an order of the house which is made, as a matter of course, at the beginning of each session.
The bulk and variety of the papers circulated with the " votes and proceedings," and the mass of papers thus supplied to each member of the house of commons daily during the session, has now become very formidable. They include the agenda for the day, and also bills, notices of amendments, notices of

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