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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

controversial measures, little is gained by passing a bill through its earlier stages in the house of lords, whilst the risk of its becoming a derelict towards the end of the session is increased.
It is the strict limitation of powers for dealing with finance that constitutes the main difference between the work of the house of lords and the work of the house of commons, and that is at the root of the comparatively subordinate position occupied in the modern constitution by the former house. The earlier stages in the development of the principle that grants of money must be initiated in the house of commons have been described in Chapter I. To the recognition of the principle by Henry IV in 1407 much importance is attached by constitutional historians, but it was not until some centuries afterwards, not until after the Restoration of 1860, when the two houses resumed those normal functions which had been interrupted by the revolution and the Cromvvellian interregnum, that the house of commons formally and distinctly asserted, as against the other house, their exclusive right to control taxation. In 1671 they resolved " that in all aids given to the king by the commons, the rate or tax ought not to be altered by the lords." In 1678 they again resolved, in fuller language, " that all aids and supplies, and aids toIIisMajesty in parliament, are the sole gift of the commons; and all bills

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