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THE HOUSE OF LORDS

differences between the houses, but extended to such subjects as the proposed union with Scotland, the general affairs of Scotland and Ireland, the petition of right and the bill of rights, the army plot of one year and the popish plot of another, and, finally, the impeachment of great men. In fact they ranged over the whole field of parliamentary affairs. The tendency of the eighteenth centurywas to limit their number and scope, and to give them a more formal character. They were usually, but not exclusively, confined to cases of differences of opinion about amendments made by one house in bills coming from the other, for it had become a rule of practice that, while agreement with any such amendment might be signified by message, disagreement involved a conference. These conferences were conducted by " managers " appointed by each house, the etiquette was very strict, and the proceedings were very formal. The lords sat with their hats on their heads, the members of the commons stood bareheaded. One of the managers from the house which initiated the conference read out the reasons for disagreement, and delivered the paper on which they were written to one of the managers of the other house. Then the managers parted and each set of managers reported the proceedings to the house from which they came. That was all. These formal conferences were sometimes supplemented by what were called " free

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