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with Bentham, a digest, which had been made by Romilly and translated into French by Dumont, of the rules of procedure observed in the British house of commons. Mirabeau laid a printed copy of this translation on the table of the French assembly, as a model which might be advantageously followed. But the assembly would have none of it. " It is English," they said, " and we don't want anything English," so it was laid aside. But it did not perish, and it is said to have been used as the basis of the rules of procedure adopted by the French chamber of deputies after the restoration of Louis XVIII. In any case, the procedure then adopted in France was evidently fashioned on an English model, and has influenced the procedure of all other European countries with parliamentary institutions. Thus the rules of parliamentary procedure in all these countries can be traced, directly or indirectly, back to Westminster as their fountain head.
Of the European constitutions some, such as Germany, Austria-Hungary and Switzerland, are federal in their character, but the form of federation differs widely in these three cases. In almost all there are two legislative chambers, composed and elected in different ways. In none of them is the second or upper chamber wholly hereditary. In France, Belgium, Holland and Sweden, the second chamber is wholly elective. In Norway it is little more than a committee of

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