Modus tenendi parliamentum, or, The old manner of holding parliaments in England: extracted out of our ancient records: with certain municipal rights and customes of England: together with some priviledges of Parliament: the manner and method of how laws are there enacted by passing of bills: collected out of the Journal of the House of Commons

Author

William Hakewill

Title

Modus tenendi parliamentum, or, The old manner of holding parliaments in England: extracted out of our ancient records: with certain municipal rights and customes of England: together with some priviledges of Parliament: the manner and method of how laws are there enacted by passing of bills: collected out of the Journal of the House of Commons

Date

1671

Place

London

Publisher

Printed for Abel Roper at the Sun in Fleet-street

Note

Special t.p. (p. 121): The manner how statutes are enacted in Parliament by passing of bills. Together with a Catalogue of the speakers names. 1670

Library Catalog

https://crrs.ca/rare_books/crrs-rare-book-retrieval-requests/

Num Pages

6

Call Number

JN534 1641 .H23

Item Type

Book

Collection

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Citation

William Hakewill, “Modus tenendi parliamentum, or, The old manner of holding parliaments in England: extracted out of our ancient records: with certain municipal rights and customes of England: together with some priviledges of Parliament: the manner and method of how laws are there enacted by passing of bills: collected out of the Journal of the House of Commons,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed July 19, 2024, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/9322.